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HUSKY VOLLEYBALL
August 30, 2006                                                                               Contact: Misty Tucci (mistyrc@u.washington.edu)

              2006 SCHEDULE
                                                                HUSKIES CONTINUE TWO WEEK ROADTRIP
 8/25
 8/26
               vs. No. 15 Ohio!
               Vs. No. 8 Texas (CSTV)
                                          W, 3-0
                                           L, 3-2              AT DAVIDSON’S MIZUNO WILDCAT CLASSIC
 8/31          at Davidson#               5 p.m.
 9/1           vs. Morehead State#        7 a.m.             THIS WEEK: The No. 3 Washington volleyball team (1-1) continues life on the road, traveling to Davidson, N.C.
 9/1           vs. Liberty#            2:30 p.m.             after placing second at the AVCA College Volleyball Showcase in Madison, Wis. last week. The Huskies open
 9/7           PORTLAND STATE$            7 p.m.             play at the Mizuno Wildcat Classic vs. host Davidson on Aug. 31 at 5 p.m. (PT), before taking on Morehead State
 9/8           UMBC$                  10:30 a.m.
                                                             and Liberty at 7 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. (PT), respectively.
 9/8           NORTH DAKOTA STATE$ 7 p.m.
 9/9           GONZAGA                    7 p.m.
 9/14          at Fresno State            7 p.m.             HUSKIES FALL TO TEXAS IN AVCA COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL SHOWCASE CHAMPIONSHIP: Washington defeated
 9/15          vs. UC Davis               7 p.m.             No. 15 Ohio, 3-0, in the semifinal of the AVCA College Volleyball Showcase to advance to the championship
 9/21          CALIFORNIA*                7 p.m.             match vs. No. 8 Texas. With the teams tied at two games apiece, Washington edged out to the 13-11 lead before
 9/22          STANFORD* (FSN)            7 p.m.             Texas’ Destinee Hooker reeled off four consecutive kills to lift the Longhorns to the 15-13 win and upset over
 9/28          at UCLA*                   7 p.m.             Washington. The loss marked the first for the Huskies since they fell to UCLA on Nov. 12, 2005 and just their
 9/29          at USC*                    7 p.m.             second loss since the 2004 season. Junior Stevie Mussie (Puyallup, Wash.) led the Huskies with 3.86 kills per
 10/6          OREGON*                    7 p.m.
                                                             game, while junior Christal Morrison (Puyallup, Wash.) added 3.75 kpg, and sophomore Jill Collymore (Bellevue,
 10/7          OREGON STATE*              7 p.m.
 10/13         WASHINGTON STATE*          7 p.m.             Wash.) added 3.14 kpg. Senior Courtney Thompson (Kent, Wash.) paced the UW offense with 14.12 assists per
 10/19         at Arizona State*          7 p.m.             game, while leading the defense with 3.88 digs per game. Sophomore middle blocker Jessica Swarbrick (El
 10/20         at Arizona*                7 p.m.             Dorado, Calif.) led UW, which averaged 3.00 blocks per game, with 1.38 bpg.
 10/26         USC*                       7 p.m.
 10/27         UCLA* (FSN)                7 p.m.             SCOUTING DAVIDSON: The Davidson Wildcats (3-0) won all three of their matches in the opening week,
 11/2          at Oregon State*           7 p.m.             including victories over N.C. State, 3-0, Buffalo, 3-0 and High Point, 3-1. The team is led by Liz Williamson with
 11/3          at Oregon*                 7 p.m.             3.90 kills per game, while Kittery Neale averages 3.70 kpg and Lindsay Paroczai chips in 3.10 kpg. Jenna Dykstra
 11/10         at Washington State*       8 p.m.
                                                             is Davidson’s field general, dishing 11.80 assists per game, while libero Courtney Cron anchors the defense
 11/16         ARIZONA*                   7 p.m.
 11/17         ARIZONA STATE*             7 p.m.             with 5.70 digs per game. The Wildcats have held their opponents to a meager .083 hitting percentage and are
 11/24         at Stanford*               7 p.m.             averaging five more kpg and 3.5 more dpg than the opposition. Davidson has been predicted to finish fourth
 11/25         at California*             7 p.m.             in the Southern Conference by the league’s coaches behind College of Charleston, Furman and Appalachian
 11/30-12/3    NCAA First & Second Rounds TBA                State. Washington and Davidson met for the first time last season when the Huskies swept the Wildcats, 3-0,
 12/7-9        NCAA REGIONAL                TBA              at the Nike Portland Invitational.
 12/14         NCAA SEMIFINAL               TBA
 12/16         NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP            TBA              SCOUTING MOREHEAD STATE: The Morehead State Eagles (3-0) won their first three matches of the season
                                                             to capture the Georgia Invite Championship last week. MSU defeated Coastal Carolina, 3-0, Georgia, 3-2 and
 ! – AVCA College Volleyball Showcase
     (Madison, Wis.)                                         UAB, 3-1. The Eagles are off to their best start since head coach Jaime Gordon took over the program in 2003
 # – Mizuno Wildcat Classic (Davidson, N.C.)                 and the team is in pursuit of tying its best start ever, 4-0 (1986). Laura Cox headlines the Eagle’s offense with
 $ – Husky Classic (Seattle, Wash.)                          3.58 kpg, while Erin Peak averages 2.83 kpg and 2.33 dpg. Ashley Doscher, the 2005 Ohio Valley Freshman of the
 * – Pacific-10 Conference match                             Year, averages 2.73 kpg and is tied with Peak for the team lead with five service aces. Katelyn Barbour runs the
 CAPS indicate home match played at Bank of                  Morehead State offense with 11.08 apg and Kristina Schoo leads the defensive effort with 3.92 dpg. The Eagles
     America Arena                                           have been predicted to finish eighth in the Ohio Valley Conference by the league’s coaches.
 CSTV – televised live on CSTV
 FSN– televised tape-delayed on FSN
                                        SCOUTING LIBERTY: The Liberty Flames are making their season debut this week at the Mizuno Wildcat Classic.
 All match times listed in Pacific time zone
                                        The team has been predicted to finish fourth in the Big South Conference by the league’s coaches. The Lady
                                        Flames return five starters from the 2005 team that finished tied for fifth in the conference and had a 9-22 record,
including senior middle blockers Autumn Black and Rachel Denton and sophomore outside hitter Kendall Nichols, who was a member of the Big South
All-Freshman team last season.

UW RANKED THIRD IN CSTV/AVCA TOP-25 POLL: The Huskies are ranked No. 3 in the preseason CSTV/AVCA Coaches Top 25 Poll, receiving 16 first-place
votes. The Huskies, who won the program’s first national title last season, return three starters, including two-time All-Americans Courtney Thompson
(Sr., S) and Christal Morrison (Jr., OH). Washington also welcomes transfer Janine Sandell (Sr., OH) who earned All-America honorable mention honors

T H I S W E E K ’ S H U S K Y VOLLEYBALL PLANNER . . .
              Mon.	             28       Tues.	            29       Wed.	             30       Thurs.	            31      Fri.	                 1      Sat..	                 2     Sun.	   3
     AUGUST




                 Practice at Davidson       Practice at Davidson       Practice at Davidson       Practice at Davidson            vs. Morehead St.              Return to Seattle
                          9 a.m.-noon                9 a.m.-noon           9 a.m.-noon (ET)          11 a.m.-noon (ET)                  10 a.m. (ET)
                      2:30-4 p.m. (ET)           2:30-4 p.m. (ET)                                          at Davidson                   vs. Liberty
                                                                                                            8 p.m. (ET)               5:30 p.m. (ET)

                             University of Washington Athletics • Athletic Communications • 229 Graves Building • Box 354070 • Seattle, WA 98195-4070
UW VOLLEYBALL                                            AUGUST 30, 2006             2006 CSTV/AVCA Division I Coaches Preseason Poll
last season and was the Big West Conference Player of the Year for UC Santa                                                    2005             2005
Barbara.                                                                                   Team                 Points        Record       Final Ranking
                                                                                     1.    Nebraska (14)         1,431          33-2              2
MULTI-TALENTED MORRISON: Junior outside hitter Christal Morrison (Puyallup,          2.    Penn State (17)       1,407          31-3              5
                                                                                     3.    Washington (16)       1,357          32-1              1
Wash.) is coming off her best season yet in a Huskies uniform, earning Most          4.    Stanford (13)         1,287          26-6             13
Outstanding Player honors at the NCAA Championship after leading UW to its           5.    Florida               1,181          33-3              3
first national title in 2005. Morrison ranked second in the Pac-10 with 55 service   6.    Santa Clara           1,115          27-5              4
aces and ranked fifth in the league with 5.29 ppg and 4.36 kpg. Her .337 hitting     7.    Hawai’i               1,067          27-7              9
percentage ranked sixth in the Pac-10. With two seasons left to play, Morrison       8.    Texas                 1,066          24-5             16
                                                                                     9.    Wisconsin               896          26-7             10
has already littered her name throughout the UW career record book, with the         10.   UCLA                    837         20-11             15
third-highest kills per game average (4.23) and eighth-highest hitting percentage    11.   Tennessee               779          25-9              6
(.304) in Husky history. Last week, Morrison averaged 3.75 kpg, 3.25 dpg and 4.38    12.   Louisville              751          31-3             11
ppg to lead the Huskies at the AVCA College Volleyball Showcase.                     13.   Missouri                732          25-5              8
                                                                                     14.   USC                     642         17-11             19
                                                                                     15.   Ohio                    593          33-3             14
SETTING THE TABLE: Senior Courtney Thompson (Kent, Wash.) broke the                  16.   Purdue                  545          25-9             17
Washington career assists record last season and is the only Husky to amass          17.   California              528         19-11             20
4,000 career assists. Her 113 assists last weekend moved her into fifth on the       18.   Arizona                 491          25-6              7
Pac-10 all-time list with 4,954 career dishes. Thompson already holds the UW         19.   Pepperdine              484         19-12             18
single-season assists record (1,643, 2004). If her career were to end today,         20.   San Diego               413          23-6             22
                                                                                     21.   Notre Dame              411          30-4             12
Thompson would also hold the Pac-10 record for assists per game average              22.   Minnesota               393          25-8             21
with 14.58 apg. The current record holder is UCLA’s Erika Selsor who averaged        23.   Ohio State              346          22-9             23
14.00 apg from 1998-2001.                                                            24.   Utah                    202          23-9            t-25
                                                                                     25    Kansas State            162         21-11             24
Pac-10 Career Assists Leaders
                                                                                     Others receiving votes: Brigham Young (74), Long Beach State (64),
1. 6,234          Erika Selsor, UCLA 1998-01                                         Colorado (35), UC Santa Barbara (33), LSU (32), New Mexico State (25),
2. 5,424          Dana Burkholder, ARIZ             1998-01                          Duke (22), Loyola Marymount (18), Northwestern (14), Texas A&M (11),
3. 5,421          Holly McPeak, CAL/UCLA            1987-90                          Maryland (7), Marshall (6), St. Mary’s-CA (6), Wichita State (6), North-
4. 5,368          Miya Malauulu, OSU                1994-97                          ern Iowa (5), San Francisco (5), Colorado State (4), Virginia (3), Albany
5. 4,954          Courtney Thompson, UW             2003-cur.                        (2), Sacramento State (2), Cincinnati (2), Dayton (2), Georgia tech (2),
                                                                                     Western Kentucky (2), College of Charleston (1), South Carolina (1).
SANDELL JOINS UW ROSTER: Senior outside hitter Janine Sandell (London,               Bold indicates 2006 Washington opponents
England) joins the Washington roster after transferring from UC Santa Barbara        ( ) indicates first place votes
where she was the 2005 Big West Player of the Year and an All-America
honorable mention selection. Sandell averaged 5.26 kpg last season, which led
the Big West and ranked eighth nationally. Her 572 kills ranked fourth on the
                                                                                     2006 Pacific-10 Conference Standings
UCSB all-time list. Sandell made one start last week for the Huskies, posting                                  Pac-10                  Overall
five kills, six digs and five blocks.                                                                  W     L Home Away    W    L Home Away Neut Streak
                                                                                     Arizona           0     0 0-0 0-0      3    0 3-0   0-0   0-0 Won 3
                                                                                     Arizona State     0     0 0-0 0-0      3    0 3-0   0-0   0-0 Won 3
MUSSIE MAKES STRONG UW DEBUT: Junior transfer Stevie Mussie (Puyallup,
                                                                                     California        0     0 0-0 0-0      3    0 3-0   0-0   0-0 Won 3
Wash.) had a strong showing in her opening weekend in a Husky uniform,               UCLA              0     0 0-0 0-0      3    0 0-0   1-0   2-0 Won 3
leading the team with 3.86 kpg, while chipping in 1.71 dpg an 0.71 bpg. Mussie       USC               0     0 0-0 0-0      3    0 0-0   1-0   2-0 Won 3
transferred to Washington from the University of Pacific after the 2004 season       Oregon            0     0 0-0 0-0      2    0 2-0   0-0   0-0 Won 2
but redshirted last year after undergoing knee surgery.                              Stanford          0     0 0-0 0-0      1    0 1-0   0-0   0-0 Won 1
                                                                                     Washington St.    0     0 0-0 0-0      3    1 0-0   0-1   3-0 Lost 1
                                                                                     Washington        0     0 0-0 0-0      1    1 0-0   0-0   1-1 Lost 1
                                                                                     Oregon State      0     0 0-0 0-0      1    2 0-0   0-1   1-1 Lost 2


 2006 Washington Volleyball Roster
 No.   Name                     Pos.      Ht.     Cl.     Exp.     Hometown (High School/Last School)                 Club Team
 1     Stevie Mussie            OH        5-9     *Jr.     2V      Puyallup, Wash. (Puyallup/Pacific)                 Kent Juniors
 2     Alesha Deesing           MB        6-1      Jr.     2V      Salem, Ore. (Santiam Christian)                    Webfoot Juniors
 3     Courtney Thompson         S        5-8     Sr.      3V      Kent, Wash. (Kentlake)                             Kent Juniors
 7     Tamari Miyashiro         L/S       5-7     *Fr.     HS      Honolulu, Hawaii (Kalani)                          Magnumn Five-O
 8     Ashley Aratani           DS        5-5      Jr.     2V      Honolulu, Hawaii (Iolani)                          Oahu
 9     Christal Morrison        OH        6-2      Jr.     2V      Puyallup, Wash. (Puyallup)                         Kent Juniors
 10    Becky Perry              OH        6-2      Fr.     HS      Austin, Texas (James Bowie)                        Austin Juniors 17 Mizuno
 12    Megan McAfee             DS        5-6      Fr.     HS      West Linn, Ore. (West Linn)                        Portland
 15    Alison Simmons            S       5-10      Jr.     2V      Woodinville, Wash. (Bothell/Northwest)             Sudden Impact
 17    Janine Sandell           OH       5-10     Sr.      3V      London, England (Deer Valley (Ariz.)/UCSB)         Arizona Juniors
 21    Shantell Durrant         MB        6-2      Fr.     HS      American Fork, Utah (American Fork)                Summit
 22    Jill Collymore           OH       5-10     So.      1V      Bellevue, Wash. (The Bush School)                  Kent Juniors
 24    Jessica Swarbrick        MB        6-1     So.      1V      El Dorado, Calif. (Union Mine)                     Gold Cal Juniors

 Head Coach: Jim McLaughlin (UC Santa Barbara ‘85, 193-83 career record, 114-40 at UW)
 Assistant Coaches: Leslie Tuiasosopo (Washington ‘00) and Jose “Keno” Gandara (UC Santa Barbara ’90)
 Volunteer Assistant Coach: Steve Whitaker                                                                            * Used redshirt season
UW VOLLEYBALL                                                                                                                   AUGUST 30, 2006
DEESING DOMINATES AT NET: Junior middle blocker Alesha Deesing (Salem, Ore.) was a first team All-Pac-10 and honorable mention All-Pacific Region
selection last season after averaging 2.54 kpg, 1.29 bpg and 3.28 ppg. Her .402 hitting percentage ranked second in the conference, while her blocks per
game average ranked fifth. Deesing is on pace to set the UW career hitting percentage record with a .392 clip. Last week, Deesing led the team with a
.512 hitting percentage, averaging 3.00 kpg and 1.00 bpg.

DIGGING DEEP: Redshirt freshman Tamari Miyashiro (Honolulu, Hawaii) made the most of her collegiate debut at the AVCA College Volleyball Showcase
last weekend, averaging 3.50 dpg. Miyashiro has taken over the starting position at libero after the graduation of two-time All-American Candace Lee
who is now a member of the U.S. National Team. Miyashiro recorded 14 digs vs. Ohio and 16 against Texas.

COACH JIM MCLAUGHLIN: Jim McLaughlin begins his sixth year at the helm of the Washington volleyball program after leading the 2005 Huskies to
their first-ever NCAA National Championship and repeating as Pacific-10 Conference Champions. The Huskies finished the season with a 32-1 record
and cruised through the postseason, winning all six matches by 3-0 scores, an NCAA record, to win the national title. The national championship marked
the second for McLaughlin, who led the 1990 USC men to the national title. He is the only coach in NCAA history to win titles with both men and women.
McLaughlin joined the Washington program in 2001 and inherited a team that finished last in the Pac-10 standings in 2000. In five seasons, he has led the
Huskies to four consecutive NCAA Tournaments, including the 2004 national semifinal and 2005 championship, and has built Washington into one of the
nation’s premier volleyball programs. He has won three Pac-10 Coach of the Year awards (2005, 2004, 2002) and was the 2004 National Coach of the Year.
At Washington, McLaughlin has rebuilt the program from the ground up to become just the third UW program to win an NCAA national championship,
joining women’s crew and football. Over five seasons, McLaughlin has developed 13 All-Americans, five Academic All-Americans and 19 All-Conference
players. He has also led the Huskies to the No. 1 national ranking both in 2004 and 2005. McLaughlin has a 115-41 record at UW over five seasons.

HUSKIES TO HOST NCAA REGIONAL: Washington, home of the 2005 Women’s Volleyball National Champions, has been selected as one of four sites to
host a 2006 regional tournament. The 10,000-seat Bank of America Arena will serve as the venue site for three matches, Dec. 8-9, from which the winner
will advance to the Women’s Volleyball Championship in Omaha, Neb. The other three sites chosen to host a regional include Gainesville, Fla. (Stephen C.
O’Connell Center), Honolulu, Hawai’i (Stan Sheriff Center) and Austin, Texas (Gregory Gym). The 2006 selection marks Washington’s second time hosting
since the NCAA moved to predetermined regional sites in 2003. The Huskies last hosted a regional in 2004, the season Washington advanced to its first-
ever Women’s Volleyball Championship. Tickets will be on sale at the first home match on Sept. 7 vs. Portland State.

UW ON THE TUBE: The Pacific-10 Conference and FSN have selected two University of Washington volleyball matches to be televised as part of its
10-match line-up. Washington’s match against Stanford on Sept. 22 will kick-off the Pac-10/FSN television package, while its match vs. UCLA on Oct. 27
has also been selected for broadcast. Both games will take place in Seattle at 7 p.m. Ten Pac-10 matches will be shown on FSN throughout the season
beginning Sept. 22 and running through Nov. 24. All matches will be televised on a delayed basis. The Nov. 24 game will be a wildcard match with the
featured match-up announced on Nov. 13. Washington’s road match vs. Stanford is up for the wildcard spot.

HUSKIES PICKED TO FINISH THIRD IN PAC-10: The Washington volleyball team, the          2006 Pacific-10 Conference Preseason Poll
2005 NCAA Champion and two-time defending Pacific-10 Conference champion, is
predicted to finish third by the league’s coaches in the 2006 conference race behind                                   2005     Pac-10       2005
                                                                                             Team            Points   Record    Record   Pac-10 Finish
Stanford and UCLA. Stanford, the 2005 Pac-10 runner-up, is predicted to win the
                                                                                       1.    Stanford (8)        89     26-6     16-2       t-2nd
championship, receiving 89 points, including eight first place votes. The Cardinal     2.    UCLA (2)            79    20-11     10-8        t-5th
finished one match behind Washington last season with a 16-2 Pac-10 record.            3.    Washington          76    32-1      17-1         1st
UCLA, the only team to defeated Washington in 2005, is picked to finish second         4.    California          64    19-11     10-8        t-5th
after receiving 79 points, including the two remaining first place votes. Washington   5.    USC                 62    17-11     12-6         4th
                                                                                       6.    Arizona             48    25-6      14-4       t-2nd
was right on the Bruins’ heels with 76 points, followed by California in fourth with
                                                                                       7.    Oregon State        41    11-13     7-11         7th
64 points and USC in fifth with 62 points. Arizona (48), Oregon State (41), Oregon     8.    Oregon              32    12-18     1-17        10th
(32), Arizona State (30) and Washington State (19) round out the poll. The coaches     9.    Arizona State       30    8-20      3-15         8th
have correctly picked the Pac-10 champion in 10 of the previous 17 polls.              10.   Washington State    19    9-22      2-16         9th

ROSTER BREAKDOWN: The 13-player Washington roster includes six returning letterwinners and three returning starters. The 2006 team includes two
seniors, five juniors, two sophomores and four freshmen. The team represents six states and two countries, including Washington (5), Hawaii (2), Oregon
(2), California (1), Texas (1), Utah (1) and London (1).

2005 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Washington won its first NCAA national title last season behind a record-setting postseason run as the Huskies became
the first team in NCAA Tournament history to win all six of its matches in three games. UW finished the season with a 32-1 record and won its second
straight Pac-10 title with a 17-1 league mark. Four Huskies earned All-America honors, including first team outside hitter Sanja Tomasevic, first team
setter Courtney Thompson, second team libero Candace Lee and third team outside hitter Christal Morrison. Jim McLaughlin was named the Pac-10
Coach of the Year and Tomasevic was selected as the Pac-10 Player of the Year.
UW VOLLEYBALL                                                                                             AUGUST 30, 2006

                                                             The AuTomATed ScoreBook
                                          WAShingTon overAll individuAl STATiSTicS (AS of Aug 31, 2006)
                                                                   All mATcheS


       overAll record: 1-1   conf: 0-0   home: 0-0   AWAy: 0-0   neuTrAl: 1-1


                                  |-----------ATTAck---------| |---SeT---| |-----Serve----|
## nAme                  gP-mP-mS    k k/gAme    e   TA    PcT    A A/gAme   SA SA/gm    Se
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
9 morriSon, chriSTAl      8 2-2     31   3.88    9   88   .250    4   0.50    1   0.12    6
1 muSSie, STevie          7 2-1     27   3.86   14   75   .173    0   0.00    0   0.00    3
2 deeSing, AleShA         8 2-2     24   3.00    3   41   .512    1   0.12    0   0.00    0
24 SWArBrick, JeSSicA     8 2-2     21   2.62    6   41   .366    2   0.25    0   0.00    2
22 collymore, Jill        7 2-1     22   3.14    8   57   .246    0   0.00    1   0.14    2
19 SAndell, JAnine        4 1-1      5   1.25    5   21   .000    0   0.00    0   0.00    0
3 ThomPSon, courTney      8 2-2      2   0.25    0    9   .222 114 14.25      1   0.12    1
7 miyAShiro, TAmAri       8 2-0      0   0.00    0    0   .000    2   0.25    0   0.00    2
12 mcAfee, megAn          1 1-0      0   0.00    0    0   .000    0   0.00    0   0.00    0
8 ArATAni, AShley         8 2-1      0   0.00    0    0   .000    1   0.12    0   0.00    3
   WAShingTon..........   8 2-2    132 16.50    45 332    .262 124 15.50      3   0.38   19
   oPPonenTS...........   8 2-2    122 15.25    60 339    .183 116 14.50      8   1.00   10


                                 |---dig---| |--------Blocking---------|
## nAme                   g   re dig dig/g     BS   BA ToTAl B/gAme   Be Bhe PoinTS PTS/gm
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
9 morriSon, chriSTAl      8    2   26   3.25    1    6     7   0.88    2   0   36.0   4.50
1 muSSie, STevie          7    0   12   1.71    0    5     5   0.71    0   0   29.5   4.21
2 deeSing, AleShA         8    0    2   0.25    0    8     8   1.00    1   1   28.0   3.50
24 SWArBrick, JeSSicA     8    0    4   0.50    0   11    11   1.38    4   0   26.5   3.31
22 collymore, Jill        7    0    8   1.14    0    3     3   0.43    2   0   24.5   3.50
19 SAndell, JAnine        4    2    6   1.50    0    5     5   1.25    0   0    7.5   1.88
3 ThomPSon, courTney      8    0   31   3.88    1    6     7   0.88    1   0    7.0   0.88
7 miyAShiro, TAmAri       8    4   30   3.75    0    0     0   0.00    0   0    0.0   0.00
8 ArATAni, AShley         8    0    7   0.88    0    0     0   0.00    0   0    0.0   0.00
12 mcAfee, megAn          1    0    0   0.00    0    0     0   0.00    0   0    0.0   0.00
   TeAm                        0
   WAShingTon..........   8    8 126 15.75      2   44 24.0    3.00   10   1 159.0 19.88
   oPPonenTS...........   8    3 120 15.00      3   20 13.0    1.62    4   6 143.0 17.88

				
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