Women's Basketball

    December 16, 1996

    USC Women's Hoops Opens Home Schedule with UC Santa Barbara and Long Beach State

    LOS ANGELES -- After more than 2 weeks on the road, the USC women's basketball team opens its home schedule on Thur. (Dec. 19) against UC Santa Barbara (3-2) at 7:30 p.m. at the Lyon Center and follows that with a Sat. (Dec. 21) bout with local rival Long Beach State (2-5) at the Sports Arena at 1 p.m. The game against Long Beach State is part of a doubleheader with the men's team, which faces Ohio State at 4 p.m. The Women of Troy's game against the 49ers will be televised live by Fox Sports West. Bill Macdonald (play-by-play) and former USC Naismith Award winner Lisa Leslie (color) will call the action.

    RANKINGS -- USC, UC Santa Barbara and Utah are not ranked. USC received 4 votes in the AP poll (12/9) and 13 in the USA Today/CNN poll (12/9).

    SERIES -- USC trails UC Santa Barbara, 8-7, but the Women of Troy have won the last 6 meetings with the Gauchos, including an 80-75 win last year. USC also trails the series with the 49ers, 26-16. USC has had the recent edge, winning the last 3 games, including a 68-59 win last season at Long Beach, USC's first ever in Long Beach.


    USC                     Pos.    Ht.  Yr.   PPG.  RPG.
    30  Adrain Williams     F/C     6-4  So.   8.8   7.0
    14  Tina Thompson       F       6-3  Sr.  20.8  10.2
    50  Michelle Campbell   C       6-5  Sr.   7.0   7.3
    5   Erica Jackson       G       5-8  Sr.   5.8   3.8
    32  Kristin Clark       G       5-7  So.  10.2   3.8
    UC Santa Barbara        Pos.    Ht.  Yr.   PPG   RPG
    33  Stephanie Shadwell  F       5-9  So.   8.0   4.8
    4   Kristi Rohr         F       6-1  Fr.  12.2   8.0 
    23  Amy Smith           C       6-3  Sr.  20.2   7.6 
    5   Erin Alexander      G       5-6  Sr.  15.6   5.2 
    25  Stacy Clinesmith    G       5-5  Fr.  14.4   3.0
    Long Beach State        Pos.    Ht.  Yr.   PPG   RPG 
    4   Kesha Wade          F       5-9  Fr.   5.3   6.5 
    32  Adara Newidouski    F       5-10 Sr.  13.6   7.1 
    31  Toby Metoyer        C       6-2  Sr.   8.0   4.1 
    21  Aimee Periolat      G       5-6  Sr.   4.7   2.7* 
    22  Ember Brown         G       5-8  So.  10.4   7.2 

    LAST WEEK -- USC split 2 games at the UC Irvine Tournament in the Bren Center last weekend (12/13-14), falling to Colorado State, 67-64, and beating Utah, 81-59. Against the Rams, sophomore forward Adrain Williams had the best game of her young career, scoring 21 points and grabbing 14 rebounds, both career highs. A tight game throughout, USC closed to within a point at 65-64 on a Kristin Clark 3-pointer, but could get no closer. USC fell behind early against Utah, but used a 16-0 run to turn a 17-11 deficit into a 27-17 lead. Tina Thompson led USC with 25 points and a season-high 17 rebounds as the Women of Troy pulled away in the second half.

    COACH FRED WILLIAMS -- USC women's basketball coach Fred Williams is in his second year as head coach and is in his 12th season with the program in some capacity. He was named head coach of the Women of Troy following Cheryl Miller's resignation in September of 1995. A longtime fixture in the Los Angeles basketball community, Williams was USC's associate head coach under Miller for 2 seasons (1994-95) and spent 8 seasons as an assistant (1984-91). In his first season as head coach, Williams' squad, which featured 6 freshmen and only 1 healthy senior, finished 13-14 overall and 8-10 in the Pacific-10 Conference. As associate head coach during the 1993-94 and 94-95 seasons, Williams helped direct USC to a 44-14 record and 2 NCAA Tournament appearances (including to the Mideast Regional Final in 1994).

    TINA THOMPSON -- A Naismith Player of the Year Top 10 candidate for the 1996-97 season, 6-3 forward Tina Thompson has opened her senior season averaging 20.8 points, 10.2 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game (all team highs), scoring at least 22 points in 4 of 5 contests, including 3 25-point efforts. She was named Pac-10 Player of the Week for the week ending Dec. 8. It was her third such honor in her career with one each coming as a sophomore and junior. She began this season with a 25-point, 11-rebound effort against San Diego State (12/1). She posted a 22-point, 6-block game against Western Illinois (12/6) in the first round of the Dial Soap Classic at Louisiana Tech and came back with a game-high 25 points (including 2 3-pointers) in the title game against the Lady Techsters (12/7), helping her earn all-tournament honors. Williams posted her second double-double of the season with a 25-point, 17-rebound showing against Utah (12/14) in the UC Irvine Tournament. Thompson began the season fresh off of her second consecutive appearance on the Jones Cup team, and was a preseason Dick Vitale College Basketball second-team All-American selection. She has been one of the most dominating post players in the Pac-10 during her 3-plus years at USC and has developed into one of the top players in the country. She is equally skilled in the paint and on the perimeter and is averaging in double-figures in rebounding for her career. Thompson is the active leading scorer and rebounder in the Pac-10 with 1,699 points and 914 boards to her credit, good for 9th and 7th, respectively, on the all-time lists. She also has recorded 44 career double-doubles. A 1996 AP and Kodak honorable mention All-American, Naismith 'Best of the Rest' selection, All-Pac-10, Kodak All-American District 8 and preseason All-American selection, Thompson led the Women of Troy in scoring (23.1) and rebounding (9.3) for the second consecutive year as a 1995-96 junior forward. Thompson's junior season was highlighted by a 49-point effort against UCLA, which was second all-time among Pac-10 and USC performers, just 1 point shy of former Trojan standout Cherie Nelson's 50 against California in 1989.

    USC's All-Time Scoring Leaders
     1.  3,018   Cheryl Miller   1983-86
     2.  2,474   Cherie Nelson   1986-89
     3.  2,414   Lisa Leslie     1991-94
     4.  2,405   Pam McGee       1981-84
     5.  2,346   Paula McGee     1981-84
     6.  1,797   Kathy Hammond   1978-81
     7.  1,699   Tina Thompson   1993-present
     8.  1,559   Cynthia Cooper  1982-84,86
     9.  1,469   Joni Easterly   1990-93
    10.  1,426   Karon Howell    1986-89

    ADRAIN WILLIAMS -- A 6-4 sophomore forward, Adrain Williams is in her second consecutive season starting for the Women of Troy. An athletic player, she is quick and agile for her size, a good rebounder, she can get out on the break or pull up for a jumper. She is third in scoring (8.8) and fourth in rebounding (7.0) and posted the best game of her USC career against Colorado State (12/13) with 21 points and 14 rebounds. Williams also posted 11 points and 4 steals against Western Illinois (12/6). In USC's opener vs. San Diego State (12/1), she grabbed 5 rebounds and blocked 2 shots in only 24 minutes. A frontcourt starter in 20 of 27 games as a freshman in 1995-96, Williams averaged 9.6 points per game (third on the team) and was second in rebounding (5.8). She led the team in scoring once (she had 13 points at Long Beach State to tie Tina Thompson) and was the team's leading rebounder in 6. With 12 points and 6 boards against San Diego State, Williams began a streak of 7 consecutive double-figure scoring games.

    MICHELLE CAMPBELL -- One of the top shot blockers in the Pac-10, 6-5 center Michelle Campbell is going to be a big factor in the fortunes of the Women of Troy in 1996-97. She put in another summer in which she worked hard on her game and USC will rely on her for inside scoring support as well as strong defense in the post. A reserve last season, she is again a starter and is third on USC in rebounding at 7.3 per game. She had a season-high 10 points against Utah (12/14), a season-high 11 rebounds and 3 blocks vs. Colorado State (12/13) and 9 rebounds against Louisiana Tech (12/7). One of only 2 fifth-year seniors on the team (Rashida Jeffery is the other), Campbell was second on the Pac-10's active career leader board in blocked shots entering her senior season and now has 109. Campbell was a key reserve off the bench in 1995-96 as a junior and she flourished in that spot. Starting only 6 games, she averaged 4.7 points and 3.1 rebounds per game in just 13.4 minutes. She finished second on the team in blocked shots with 23 and her 0.9 per game average was third in the Pac-10. Campbell scored a team-high 18 points against Kansas to tie her career best (first set against Washington State on 2/10/95) and pulled down 6 rebounds.

    ERICA JACKSON -- Coach Williams is looking for a solid leadership figure as well as a veteran guard in 1996-97 and has both in 5-8 senior Erica Jackson. With 50 career starts to her credit entering this season, Jackson is a starter for her third consecutive year. Jackson scored 9 points and dished out 6 assists in USC's opener vs. San Diego State (12/1), had 9 points vs. Utah (12/14) and had 7 points and 5 rebounds against Louisiana Tech (12/7). Jackson leads USC in assists and has opened the season red hot at the free throw line, making 13 of her first 14 attempts, including 12 in a row. She is set at point guard, but, as she did for much of last season, she is able to slide over and play the 2-guard as well. Jackson started all but 1 game as a junior in 1995-96, sharing the backcourt with Mashia. She finished second on the team in assists per game with 2.8 and also averaged 4.4 points per game. For the third consecutive season, she raised her scoring average as well as her rebounding (2.1).

    RASHIDA JEFFERY -- Counted on for important minutes inside the key, 6-2 senior forward/center Rashida Jeffery will play a valuable role for the Women of Troy in 1996-97 as the top post player off the bench. Jeffery got a chance to start in USC's opener and came up big, grabbing a career-high 17 rebounds in 31 minutes to go along with 10 points against San Diego State (12/1). Restricted by chronic knee problems, Jeffery, who missed the last 3 games due to a knee sprain, is still one of the most athletic players in the conference and routinely plays at the rim, making her one of the most fierce rebounders in the Pac-10. USC's most productive frontcourt player off the bench as a junior in 1995-96, Jeffery averaged 5.3 points and 4.7 rebounds (third best on the team) in only 15.2 minutes per game.

    KRISTIN CLARK -- A feisty guard with a do-all attitude, sophomore Kristin Clark (identical twin of USC guard Kim Clark) figured to serve mainly as a backup guard in 1996-97, but has moved into the starting role as a result of Erica Mashia's hip injury. Clark looked sharp in the preseason and has continued her solid play into the regular season as the team's second-leading scorer, most recently posting a career-high 19 points in the win over Utah (12/14). She opened the season with a 12 points and 6 rebounds against San Diego State (12/1), had 9 points vs. Colorado State (12/13) and had a game-high 5 assists vs. Western Illinois (12/6). A solid ball-handler, the 5-7 Clark is equally deft at penetrating and dishing or pulling up for a 3-pointer. She is also valuable defensively as she is one of the quickest players on the team and leads USC in steals and floor burns. Playing in all 27 games as a freshman, Clark came on at the end of the 1995-96 season and became a valuable contributor for the USC backcourt. Coming off the bench in place of Jackson to pair with Mashia in the backcourt later in the season, she split time at both guard spots and started 3 games.

    JODI PARRIOTT -- A versatile forward, 6-2 sophomore Jodi Parriott is expected to see her role increase in 1996-97 as she provides Coach Williams with options at both the 3 and 4 positions. Parriott opened the season with 8 points and 3 steals off the bench against San Diego State (12/1), had 6 points and 4 rebounds vs. Western Illinois (12/6) and had 6 rebounds and 2 blocks vs. Utah (12/14). Playing in all but 1 game, all off the bench, as a 1995-96 freshman forward, Parriott averaged 1.9 points and 1.9 rebounds in an average of 9.6 minutes per outing. Parriott scored a career-high 11 points (5-of-7 from the floor) against Washington State in just 11 minutes.

    KIM CLARK -- After missing most of last season with a right shoulder injury, Kim Clark (identical twin of USC guard Kristin Clark) is expected to add outside shooting depth to USC's perimeter game in 1996-97. The 5-7 redshirt freshman, an aggressive player with an eye for loose balls, will also contribute as a defensive stopper. She is slated to back up at the 2 position, though a lower back injury has kept her out of early action this season. She is one of 2 2-sport athletes on the team (freshman Antoinette Polk is the other) and was a starting midfielder on the USC soccer team. Clark scored 6 goals this year and had 3 assists.

    ERICA MASHIA -- A Pac-10 All-Freshman team selection as a freshman guard in 1995-96, Erica Mashia was slated as USC's starting shooting guard this season. However, after finishing second on the team in scoring as a freshman and setting school season free throw and 3-point percentage records, Mashia reaggravated a hip injury suffered last season (in the preseason) and will likely be forced to redshirt.

    FANTASTIC FRESHMEN -- Williams added 4 freshmen to his roster this season, including 2 who are seeing opportunities right away. Guard Kiyoko Miller (5-8), from Valley Christian High (Brea, Calif.), comes to USC as a USA Today All-USA Honorable Mention and Southern Section Div. IV Co-Player of the Year. Forward Tiffany Washington (6-2), from Bishop Montgomery High (Torrance, Calif.), was the Southern Section Division III Player of the Year. Miller played 10 minutes in USC's opener, scoring 3 points and followed that by scoring a combined 10 points in USC's 2 games in the Dial Soap Classic (12/6-7). Instinctive on the court, Miller had 3 assists and 2 steals in both games at the UC Irvine Tournament. Washington posted a double-double in only her second game, scoring 12 points and getting 11 rebounds against Western Illinois (12/6) and then scored 11 points (on 5-of-5 shooting) with 7 rebounds vs. Colorado State (12/13). She has made 9 of 11 shots and is averaging 4.6 points and 5.4 rebounds in 12.6 minutes per game. Coach Williams also welcomes Antoinette Polk, a 5-10 guard who recently finished her first season with the volleyball team. Polk spent the season as a redshirt, but begins practice today. (Dec. 16) and could see playing time in the near future.The Sacramento Player of the Year, Polk, from El Camino High (Sacramento, Calif.), is an excellent athlete with great speed, quickness and leaping abilities. Also new is walk-on freshman Robyn Lewis, a 5-7 guard from Gahr High (Cerritos, Calif.), who earned All-San Gabriel Valley League honors as a senior last year.

    USC IN THE PAC-10 (as of 12/16) -- Tina Thompson is tied for first in blocked shots (2.0), second in scoring (20.8) and field goal percentage (59.3), fourth in rebounding (10.4), tied for seventh in 3-point percentage (37.5) and 10th in free throw percentage (75.7). Erica Jackson leads the Pac-10 in free throw percentage (92.9), Michelle Campbell is 7th in blocked shots (1.5) and Kristin Clark is 10th in 3-point field goal percentage (33.3). As a team, USC leads the Pac-10 in rebounding (48.6), is third in field goal percentage defense (33.4) and is fourth in scoring defense (58.8). USC's 44 free throws and 32 made against Utah (12/14) are both Pac-10 highs and its 59 rebounds against Colorado State (12/13) is tied for a Pac-10 high. Tina Thompson's 6 blocks vs. Western Illinois (12/6) are a Pac-10 high, as are Thompson's and Rashida Jeffery's 17-rebound efforts.


    Team        Pac-10  Overall
    Stanford    0-0     9-0
    Oregon      0-0     5-0
    Arizona     0-0     8-1
    Wash. St.   0-0     4-1
    UCLA        0-0     3-1
    Team        Pac-10  Overall
    Oregon St.  0-0     5-2
    Arizona St. 0-0     4-2
    USC         0-0     3-2
    California  0-0     3-3
    Washington  0-0     2-4

    SCHEDULE -- The Women of Troy faces 3 teams currently in the AP Top 25 this season: Louisiana Tech, Stanford and Western Kentucky. USC already faced No. 3 Louisiana Tech in the Dial Soap Classic, falling 66-47.

    UC SANTA BARBARA -- The Gauchos, headed by 10th-year coach Mark French, sport 4 players scoring in double figures, led by senior forward Amy Smith's 20.2 points and senior guard Erin Alexander's 15.6. Freshman forward Kristi Rohr is averaging 12.2 points and a team-high 8.0 rebounds. UC Santa Barbara is averaging 83.2 points per game, but is giving up 77.2 points.

    LONG BEACH STATE -- The 49ers, led by second-year coach Dallas Boychuk, have opened slow at 2-5. They are led in scoring by senior forward Adara Newidouski (13.6) and sophomore guard Emily Brown (10.4), who also leads them in rebounds (7.2). The 49ers broke a 4-game losing streak by defeating Loyola Marymount last Sun. (12/15), 58-47.


     1. Stanford
     2. Oregon
     3. USC,
     4. Arizona
     5. UCLA
     6. Washington
     7. Washington State
     8. California
     9. Oregon State
    10. Arizona State.

    EARLY SIGNING -- USC signed one player in the early signing period, forward Tashara Carter, a 6-0 forward from Bishop Montgomery (Torrance, Calif.). Carter averaged 16.0 points and 8.0 rebounds as a junior last season when she teamed with current Trojan freshman forward Tiffany Washington. Carter was recently tabbed a 1996-97 Street & Smith All-American honorable mention. Other honors include: All-State Division III as a junior in 1996, All-CIF Division III in 1995 and 1996, 1995 Los Angeles Times All-South Bay, 1995 and 1996 Daily Breeze All-South Bay, 1995 Del Rey League MVP and 2-time All-Del Rey League selection. Carter, who averaged 15.0 points and 7.0 rebounds per game as a sophomore, helped lead Bishop Montgomery to the Division III-AA state championship in 1995.

    SHORTHANDED -- USC Coach Fred Williams has been without his full complement of players so far this season. It starts with the likely season-long loss of starting sophomore guard Erica Mashia because of a hip injury. He has been without the services of redshirt freshman guard Kim Clark because of a nagging back injury and has yet to tap into the talents of freshman guard Antoinette Polk, who has been with the volleyball team. She starts practice today (Dec. 16). He also had to do without senior forward Rashida Jeffery for the last 3 games because of a sprained knee. Jeffery and Clark are both questionable for this week's games.

    WILLIAMS SAYS -- "We had our shots against Colorado State, we just didn't knock them down. We stepped it up against Utah and executed better. With the pressure that Tina Thompson gets on defense, other players will get shots and it's important that they convert. UC Santa Barbara is a really strong team. It will be a tough home opener. Long Beach State is going through a bit of a rebuilding phase, but they will still be tough to beat. We just have to continue to play consistently."


    Erica Jackson -- #05
    FG:     3    (vs. Louisiana Tech, 12/7)
    FGA:    8    (vs. Louisiana Tech, 12/7)
    3FG:    1    (twice, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    3FGA:   4    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    FT:     7    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    FTA:    8    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    O-REB:  1    (5 times, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    D-REB:  4    (twice, last vs. Colorado St., 12/13)
    REB:    5    (twice, last vs. Colorado St., 12/13)
    AST:    6    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    TO:     7    (vs. Louisiana Tech, 12/7)
    BLK:    1    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    S:      2    (twice, last vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    PTS:    9    (twice, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    MIN:    34   (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    Kim Clark -- #10
    FG:     0
    FGA:    0
    3FG:    0
    3FGA:   0
    FT:     0
    FTA:    0
    O-REB:  0
    D-REB:  0
    REB:    0
    AST:    0
    TO:     0
    BLK:    0
    S:      0
    PTS:    0
    MIN:    0
    Tina Thompson -- #14
    FG:     9    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    FGA:    17   (vs. Louisiana Tech, 12/7)
    3FG:    2    (twice, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    3FGA:   5    (vs. Louisiana Tech, 12/7)
    FT:     11   (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    FTA:    13   (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    O-REB:  8    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    D-REB:  9    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    REB:    17   (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    AST:    4    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    TO:     5    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    BLK:    6    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    S:      2    (twice, last vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    PTS:    25   (3 times, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    MIN:    40   (twice, last vs. La. Tech, 12/7)
    Antoinette Polk -- #15
    FG:     0
    FGA:    0
    3FG:    0
    3FGA:   0
    FT:     0
    FTA:    0
    O-REB:  0
    D-REB:  0
    REB:    0
    AST:    0
    TO:     0
    BLK:    0
    S:      0
    PTS:    0
    MIN:    0
    Kiyoko Miller -- #20
    FG:     3    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    FGA:    9    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    3FG:    0
    3FGA:   2    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    FT:     4    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    FTA:    4    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    O-REB:  1    (twice, last vs. Colorado St., 12/13)
    D-REB:  2    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    REB:    2    (twice, last vs. Colorado St., 12/13)
    AST:    3    (twice, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    TO:     3    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    BLK:    0
    S:      2    (twice, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    PTS:    7    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    MIN:    22   (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    Adrain Williams -- #30
    FG:     8    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    FGA:    23   (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    3FG:    1    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    3FGA:   3    (twice, last vs. Colorado St., 12/13)
    FT:     4    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    FTA:    5    (twice, last vs. Colorado St., 12/13)
    O-REB:  3    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    D-REB:  11   (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    REB:    14   (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    AST:    4    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    TO:     6    (vs. Louisiana Tech, 12/7)
    BLK:    2    (twice, last vs. Louisiana Tech, 12/7) 
    S:      4    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    PTS:    21   (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    MIN:    30   (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    Kristin Clark -- #32
    FG:     5    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    FGA:    11   (twice, last vs. Colorado St., 12/13)
    3FG:    2    (twice, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    3FGA:   7    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    FT:     7    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    FTA:    10   (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    O-REB:  3    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    D-REB:  4    (twice, last vs. La. Tech, 12/7)
    REB:    6    (twice, last vs. La. Tech, 12/7)
    AST:    5    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    TO:     7    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    BLK:    0
    S:      2    (3 times, last vs. Colorado St., 12/13)
    PTS:    19   (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    MIN:    36   (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    Tiffany Washington -- #40
    FG:     5    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    FGA:    5    (twice, last vs. Colorado St., 12/13)
    3FG:    0
    3FGA:   0
    FT:     4    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    FTA:    7    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    O-REB:  4    (twice, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    D-REB:  7    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    REB:    11   (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    AST:    0
    TO:     3    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    BLK:    1    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    S:      1    (twice, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    PTS:    12   (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    MIN:    24   (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    Rashida Jeffery -- #42
    FG:     5    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    FGA:    8    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    3FG:    0
    3FGA:   0
    FT:     0
    FTA:    2    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    O-REB:  5    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    D-REB:  12   (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    REB:    17   (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    AST:    2    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    TO:     5    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    BLK:    1    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    S:      0
    PTS:    10   (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    MIN:    31   (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    Jodi Parriott -- #45
    FG:     4    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1) 
    FGA:    9    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    3FG:    0
    3FGA:   2    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    FT:     2    (twice, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    FTA:    5    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    O-REB:  2    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    D-REB:  4    (twice, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    REB:    6    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    AST:    2    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    TO:     3    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    BLK:    2    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    S:      3    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    PTS:    8    (vs. San Diego State, 12/1)
    MIN:    25   (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    Michelle Campbell -- #50
    FG:     3    (twice, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    FGA:    10   (twice, last vs. Colorado St., 12/13)
    3FG:    0
    3FGA:   0
    FT:     4    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    FTA:    6    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    O-REB:  1    (twice, last vs. Arizona, 11/1)
    D-REB:  3    (twice, last vs. Pepperdine, 9/18)
    REB:    3    (twice, last vs. Pepperdine, 9/18)
    AST:    3    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    TO:     7    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    BLK:    3    (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    S:      1    (twice, last vs. Utah, 12/14)
    PTS:    10   (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    MIN:    36   (vs. Colorado State, 12/13)
    Robyn Lewis -- #4
    FG:     1     (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    FGA:    2    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    3FG:    0
    3FGA:   1    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    FT:     1    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    FTA:    3    (vs. Utah, 12/14)
    O-REB:  1    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    D-REB:  0
    REB:    1    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    AST:    1    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    TO:     2    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    BLK:    0    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    S:      2    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    PTS:    2    (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)
    MIN:    14   (vs. Western Illinois, 12/6)