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                                                    2007-08 Women’s Basketball
               www.TexasSports.com                                                                                   * Game #29 *
    2007-08 Schedule/Results         Texas (17-11, 5-9 in Big 12) at No. 10/10 Oklahoma (21-5, 11-3 in Big 12)
 Overall Record: 17-11 (Big 12: 5-9)                     Sunday, March 2, 2008 - 12:30 p.m. (Central)
                                                         at Lloyd Noble Center (12,000), Norman, Okla.
Day/Date Opponent (AP-USAToday/ESPN Rank)                   Result/Time
                                                                            Game Coverage
                                                                            TV: FSN national broadcast (Mark Neely, play-by-play; Brenda VanLengen, color analyst)
NOVEMBER

                                                                            Internet TV/Webcast: none
1   Thur.   TRINITY (exhibition)                              W, 101-50


                                                                            Satellite Radio: XM 261
6   Tue.    HOUSTON JAGUARS (exhibition)                       W, 94-51
11 Sun.     MISSOURI STATE                                    W, 92-55
                                                                            Radio: KVET 1300 AM (Central Texas): Craig Way, play-by-play; Chad Hastings, color analyst;
15 Thur.    LAMAR                                             W, 94-35

                                                                            Sooner Sports Network (KOKC 1520 AM-Oklahoma City)
18 Sun.     @ No. 1 Tennessee (ESPN2)                         L, 92-67

                                                                            Texas Internet Radio: www.TexasSports.com, subscription-based
                                                                            http://sports.yahoo.com/top/collegebroadcast/teams/tal
   @ Jack in the Box Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii)

                                                                            Live Stats: www.soonersports.com (CSTV GameTracker)
23 Fri.  vs. Virginia                                L, 86-83


                                                                            Game Day Information
24 Sat.  vs. Kentucky                               W, 72-60
25 Sun. 5th-Place Game: vs. UAB                     W, 59-49

                                                                            In the National Rankings: Texas is not ranked and not receiving votes in the AP or USA
                                                                            Today/ESPN Poll this week for the first time all year; ... Oklahoma is No. 10 in both polls
29 Thur.    TEXAS-ARLINGTON (FSNSW)                            W, 76-60

DECEMBER                                                                    Texas Head Coach Gail Goestenkors (Saginaw Valley State ’85): 16th year overall: 523 games:
2 Sun. SAM HOUSTON STATE                                       W, 91-41     413-110 (.790); first year at Texas: 17-11 (.607) ... Big 12 Regular Season Record: 5-9 (.357)
                                                                            Oklahoma Head Coach Sherie Coale (Oklahoma Christian ’87): 12th year overall (all years at
8 Sat.   @ Texas A&M-Corpus Christi                            W, 88-41

                                                                            Oklahoma): 366 games: 253-123 (.673) ... Big 12 Regular Season Record: 121-69 (.637)
16 Sun. LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE                                    W, 76-43

                                                                            All-Time Series Record: 34th meeting -- Texas leads the series, 20-13
20 Thur. @ No. 22/23 Arizona State                             W, 62-51

      @ Maggie Dixon Surf ‘N Slam Classic (San Diego, Calif.)               Texas’ Home/Away/Neutral Record vs. Oklahoma: 11-3 at home; 6-7 away; 3-2 at neutral sites
                                                                            Series Win Streak: +3, Oklahoma
28 Fri.  vs. No. 12/13 DePaul                         W, 91-81

                                                                            Earlier This Year: No. 10/11 Oklahoma 74, No. 25/25 Texas 58 (Feb. 3, 2008)
30 Sun. vs. San Diego (Championship Game)            W, 81-79

                                                                            Texas Head Coach Goestenkors vs. OU: 0-2 (Feb. 3 loss; OU 86, Duke 71, March 29, 2002,
                                                                            NCAA Women’s Final Four semifinals, San Antonio, Texas)
JANUARY
4 Fri.      UT-PAN AMERICAN                                    W, 91-43
9 Wed.      @ Nebraska*                                        L, 56-45
                                                                               The Teams- Separation Week: Texas enters today’s contest - its next-to-the-last regular season
13 Sun.     KANSAS STATE* (FSN)                             L, 77-74 (OT)

                                                                               game - with a 17-11 overall record and a 5-9 Big 12 mark ... Oklahoma, 10th in both the Associated
16 Wed.     IOWA STATE* (FSNSW)                               W, 59-56

                                                                               Press and USA Today/ESPN polls, stands 21-5 and 11-3 in the league ... The Longhorns are eighth
20 Sun.     @ Texas Tech*(FSN)                                 L, 70-58

                                                                               in the league, with two games separating them from sixth-place Nebraska (6-6) ... A sixth-place tie is
23 Wed.     No. 14/13 OKLAHOMA STATE* (TSTV)                   W, 70-63
26 Sat.     MISSOURI*(ESPNU)                                   W, 67-37
30 Wed.     @ No. 6/6 Baylor*                                  L, 61-60        the highest UT can finish in league play with two games to go ... OU is in a tie for second with
                                                                               Kansas State (both at 11-3), one game behind league-leader Baylor (12-2) ... Both teams last played
                                                                               on Wednesday and both picked up wins, with Texas snapping a three-game losing streak with a 57-
FEBRUARY

                                                                               53 away victory at Kansas and OU winning at Texas Tech, 65-55 ... Texas is 4-6 against Top 25
3 Sun. No. 11/10 OKLAHOMA*(ESPNU)             L, 74-58

                                                                               opponents to date ... Texas and OU square off for the 34th time... Texas leads series action, 20-13,
9 Sat. @ No. 21/20 Texas A&M*(FSN)            L, 66-57
         (State Farm Lone Star Showdown)
13 Wed. No. 8/8 BAYLOR* (ESPNU)- “THINK PINK” W, 61-51                         although the Sooners have won the last three meetings, including the Feb. 2 game in Austin (74-58).
                                                                               Cardiac Kids Playing ‘Em Close - 12 Games Decided By 10 or Less Points to Date: Texas has
16 Sat. @ Colorado*                           L, 67-52

                                                                               played in 12 games which have been decided by 10 points or less - including eight of its last 13 con-
20 Wed. @ No. 16/17 Oklahoma State*           L, 71-66

                                                                               tests (all Big 12 games)... After Wednesday’s four-point (57-53) victory at Kansas, Texas is 7-5 in
24 Sun. NO. 21/19 TEXAS A&M* (ESPN2)          L, 65-50
          (State Farm Lone Star Showdown)
27 Wed. @ Kansas*                            W, 57-53                          these games -- 4-1 in games decided by 6-10 points (2-1 in Big 12 play), and 3-4 in games decided
                                                                               by five points or less (including a 2-3 mark in Big 12 action) ... Of these close games, six have been
                                                                               on the road...UT had a three-point, 86-83 setback to Virginia (Nov. 23); a one-point win over San
MARCH/APRIL

                                                                               Diego (81-79, Dec. 30); a five-point loss in overtime (79-74) to Kansas State (Jan. 13); a three-point
2  Sun. @ No. 10/10 Oklahoma* (FSN)                          12:30 pm

                                                                               win over Iowa State (59-56, Jan. 16); a seven-point win over No. 13 Oklahoma State (Jan. 23); a
5  Wed. TEXAS TECH*(FSNSW)                                       7 pm

11-13&15     @ Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship                                 one-point loss to No. 6 Baylor, 61-60 (Jan. 30); a nine-point loss at No. 21/20 Texas A&M (Feb. 3); a
             (Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, Mo.)
                                                                               10-point victory over No. 8 Baylor (61-51, Feb. 13); a 71-66 loss at No. 16/15 Oklahoma State (Feb.
                                                                               20); and Wednesday’s five -point victory at Kansas (57-53).
                                                                               Big Ash on a Roll: Texas 6-4 junior post Ashley Lindsey, arguably the most improved player in
All Times Central
* - Big 12 Conference opponent
FSN- FOX Sports Net FSNSW- FOX Sports Net Southwest
rankings listed are in Associated Press/USA Today-ESPN order
                                                                               the Big 12 this season, is on a tear, scoring in double-figures in nine of the last 11 games ...
                                                                               Lindsey had scored in double-digits over a month’s period (Jan. 20-Feb. 20) before netting eight
                                                                               points in UT’s last two games (against Texas A&M and Kansas) ... The nine straight games in dou-
                                                                               ble-figure scoring is a career best double-digit scoring string for the Austin native ... On the season,
                                                                               Lindsey is second in overall UT scoring (11.5), is first in rebounding (6.9) and ranks No. 11 nationally
                                                                               with her team-high blocks per game average (75, 2.7)... Lindsey also has logged a team-high five
                                                                               double-doubles, including a recent 18 point/10 rebound effort against No. 16 Oklahoma State on Feb.
                                                                               20 .... Last year, Lindsey had 3.3 ppg and 2.2 rpg while playing 10 minutes per contest off the bench.
                   Texas Media Relations                                       Raven, Too: In the last five games, 6-0 guard Brittainey Raven is averaging 16.0 ppg while shoot-
            Barb Kowal, Assistant AD (basketball contact)                      ing 49 percent from the floor ... She is coming off a 21-point, for-rebound game against Kansas
            Office: 512/471-9801    Cell: 512/431-2677                         where she scored two points shy of her career high ... In these last five games, Raven (15.4 ppg, 4.6
            Fax: (512) 471-6040
            Email: barb.kowal@athletics.utexas.edu
                                                                               rpg) also has 21 rebounds, 10 assists, seven steals and five blocks.
Texas Basketball (Game #29: vs. Oklahoma) - pg. 2
Longhorn Stat Leaders                                                                                     es last year plus six this season)... Texas has enjoyed good success at its own
                                                                                                          Frank Erwin Center (10-3) but away from Austin the Horns are 7-8 -- 4-7 in away
Versatile 6-0 sophomore guard Brittainey Raven tops the team in scoring (15.4
                                                                                                          games and 3-1 at neutral sites ... That win over Kansas gives Texas a 1-6 Big 12
ppg), is second in both steals (52, 1.9 spg) and assists (82, 2.93) and is tied for
                                                                                                          road record this year.
third in rebounding (4.6 rpg) ... Junior 6-4 post Ashley Lindsey (11.5 rpg) is first in
rebounding (6.9) and blocked shots (75, 2.7 bpg)... Lindsey ranks No. 12 nationally
in blocked shots ... She has five double-doubles of the year, a team high.                                Texas, Goestenkors Against the Top 25 This Year & All-Time
                                                                                                          Texas stands 4-6 against Top 25 foes this season and today concludes a nine-game
     Second-year point guard Carla Cortijo (9.5) is third in scoring and tops the
                                                                                                          stretch where seven opponents were Top 25 ranked squads .... Prior to facing No.
team in assists, dishing out 133 for a 4.8 assist average ... Freshman guard Kat                          10 OU to close out this stretch, Texas is 1-5 against the Top 25 - all league oppo-
Nash (8.1 ppg) follows in scoring and is second in rebounding (6.6 rpg)... The 6-2                        nents - in this string of games.
Nash leads UT in 3-pointers made (33) and in free throw percentage (.839, 52-62)...                           In Texas history, the Longhorns have met a Top 25-ranked opponent (or Top 20
Earnesia Williams (8.0 ppg, 3.9 rpg), a 6-1 redshirt sophomore, and the lone sen-                         when the rankings went to 20 teams) 319 times ... UT’s record against ranked foes
ior, 5-9 guard Erneisha Bailey (7.0 ppg, 4.6 rpg), follow in the stat columns.                            is 148-171 (.462), including that 4-6 mark this year ... In 161 all-time games against
     Texas is out-scoring its overall opposition by 9.8 ppg (69.9 ppg to opponents’                       Top 25 ranked opponents, UT coach Gail Goestenkors has a 91-70 record, a 56.5
60.1 ppg) ... UT holds a +3.3 edge on the boards (40.6 rpg to opponents’ 37.4 rpg)                        winning percentage, with all but this year’s 10 games on Duke’s sidelines.
and has a positive turnover margin also (+2.4, 17.6 to’s/game to opponents’ 20.0).
                                                                                                          Team Comparisons
                                                                                                                                                      TEXAS                     Oklahoma
Strength in RPI Numbers                                                                                   Games
                                                                                                          Overall Record
                                                                                                                                                           28
                                                                                                                                                        17-11
                                                                                                                                                                                          26
                                                                                                                                                                                        21-5
The Big 12 Conference is rated as the nation’s toughest conference in the RPI rat-
                                                                                                          Win Streak                                       +1                             +3
ings of College Basketball News, collegrpi.com and Jeff Sagarin ratings...Nine Big                        Conference/Reg. Season Record            Big 12/5-9                   Big 12/11-3
12 teams are in the top 40 in strength of schedule, including Texas which has the                         National Rankings - AP/USA Today              arv/--                    10th/10th
25th toughest schedule ... UT also is ranked in the top 37 in all RPI ratings ... UT is                   Last Year’s Record                           18-14                            28-5
25th the Sagarin rankings, 32nd in the CBN ranks, and stands 37th (in both the                            Last Year’s Conf. Record-Finish          6-10 (t7th)                13-3 (tied 1st)
NCAA and collegerpi.com rankings).                                                                        Last Year’s Post-Season                          n/a               NCAA Final 16


Texas and OU and the NCAA Numbers                                                                         2007-08 Statistics
                                                                                                          Points Scored (PPG Avg.)           1,957 (69.9)                        1,940 (74.6)
In the recent NCAA Division I statistics (as of Feb. 29), Texas is No. 25 in blocks
                                                                                                          Scoring Defense (PPG Allowed)      1,683 (60.1)                        1,590 (61.2)
average (4.9), 44th in field goal percentage defense (opponents shoot 37.2 percent)                       Scoring Margin                             +9.8                              +13.5
and 48th in scoring margin (+9.8, 69.9 ppg to opponents’ 61.1 ppg) ... Junior post                        FG%                           .420 (726-1729)                     .466 (780-1673)
Ashley Lindsey, as mentioned previously, is No. 12 in the country in blocks per                           Opponent FG%                  .372 (608-1636)                      .375 (559-1491)
game average (2.7 bpg).                                                                                   3-PT FG%/Totals/Avg.        .312 (119-382/4.3)                   .286 (93-325/3.6)
     Oklahoma leads the nation in rebound margin, pulling down 13.6 more rebounds                         Opp. 3-PT FG%/Totals/Avg    .276 (131-474/4.7)                  .304 (126-414/4.8)
per game than the opposition (74.6 rpg to opponents’ 61.2 rpg) - led by the nation’s                      FT%                             .730 (386-529)                      .658 (287-436)
top rebounder, junior post Courtney Paris (15.1 rpg)...Paris also is sixth nationally in                  Rebounds- O-D-Total (RPG) 419-718-1137 (40.6)                 432-741-1173 (45.1)
blocks per game (3.3) and 30th in field goal percentage (.553), while her twin sister,                    Opponent Rebounds         394-652-1046 (37.4)                  274-546-820 (31.5)
Ashley, is 15th in field goal shooting (.573) ... OU also is 10th in blocked shots                        Rebound Margin                             +3.3                              +13.6
(5.7), 11th in field goal percentage (.467) and 17th in scoring average (74.7 ppg).                       Assists (Avg.)                       388 (13.9)                          405 (15.6)
                                                                                                          Turnovers (Avg.)                     493 (17.6)                          475 (18.3)
                                                                                                          Opponent Turnovers (Avg.)            561 (20.0)                          466 (17.9)
On the Road Again                                                                                         Turnover Margin                            +2.4                                -0.3
Texas has a tough final regular season stretch, with six of its final 10 games (all                       Blocks (Avg.)                         137 (4.9)                           149 (5.7)
league games) on the road.... UT won at Kansas (57-53) Wednesday, snapping a                              Steals (Avg.)                        288 (10.3)                          272 (10.5)
10-game league road losing streak which dated back to last Feb. 3, 2007 (four loss-                       Fouls - DQ                               501-9                               457-7
                                                                                                          Opponent Fouls- DQ                      483-12                                 411

                                      2007-08 Texas Lineup/Statistics & Notes (17-11, 5-9 in Big 12)
PROBABLE STARTERS                                                                 2007-08 Statistics
Pos   No.   Name               Yr. Ht. Hometown (High School)               GP   GS Ppg Rpg Apg Other Notables ...
G      3    Carla Cortijo     RS-So. 5-7 Carolina, PR (Bellaire TX)         28   25 9.5 2.8 4.8 55 stls double-figure scoring 16x... assists leader .... 16 points vs. No. 6 Baylor (Jan. 30)
G     10    Brittainey Raven   So. 6-0 Fort Worth, TX (N. Crowley)          28   28 15.4 4.6 2.9 52 stls 14.1 ppg in Big 12 play ... 27 games in double-figure scoring, inc. 21 pts. vs. Kansas
G     20    Erneisha Bailey    Sr. 5-9 Kansas City, Mo (Pembroke Hill)      28   24 7.0 4.6 2.1 48 stls 8x in double-figure scoring; ’06-07 Big 12 All-Defensive Team
P     35    Ashley Lindsey     Jr. 6-4 Austin, TX (Pflugerville Connally)   28   28 11.5 6.9 0.4 75 blks double-figure scoring 9 of last 11 games...5 double-doubles..18 pts/10 rbs vs. OSU (F 20)
F     00    Earnesia Williams RS-So. 6-1 Sapulpa, Okla. (Sapulpa)           27   26 8.0 3.9 0.6 30 stls 14 pts vs. No. 11/10 Oklahoma (Feb 3)... 41-51 in FT’s (.804)

OFF THE BENCH
Pos   No.   Name               Yr. Ht. Hometown (High School)               GP   GS   Ppg Rpg Apg Other Notable from last season ...
F      5    Kathleen Nash      Fr. 6-2 Plano, TX (Plano West)               28    8   8.1 6.6 1.2 20 stls career-high 13 rebs vs Oklahoma (Feb 3); UT’s top 3-point shooter (33-89, .371)
G     34    Crystal Boyd     RS-So.5-11 Little Rock, AR (Parkview)          20    0   3.3 1.7 0.7 11 stls after feet surgery, played for first time in 11 months vs UTA; 11-for-34 in 3-pointers (.324)
F     23    Niqky Hughes       So. 6-1 Waxahachie, Texas                    11    0   2.2 1.2 0.2 8 mpg saw 1st action vs. UTPA following pancreatic cyst surgery on Nov. 10
F     32    Kristen Nash      RS-Fr. 6-3 Plano, TX (Plano West)             16    0   2.3 2.6 0.3 9 mpg season-best 9 points, 5 rebs vs. Sam Houston; redshirt frosh, sister of Kathleen
C     43    Aubry Cook         So. 6-3 Houston, TX (Cy-Fair)                27    1   3.4 2.6 0.6 19 stls 1st career double-double (vs. UTPA, 10 pts/10 rebs)...24-33 from the foul line (.727)
F     44    Rachel Rentschler Fr. 6-2 Keller, TX (Forth Worth Christian)    27    0   3.1 2.0 0.4 16 blks season-high 13 pts. vs. Lamar (Nov. 15); 11.8 minutes/game

INJURED                                                                                2007-08 Statistics
Pos No. Name                     Yr. Ht. Hometown (High School)             GP GS Ppg Rpg Apg Other Notable ...
G 4 Erika Arriaran               Jr. 5-10 Norco, Calif. (Norco)             0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0     --  out indefinitely following arthroscopic procedure for a left knee meniscal tear on Nov. 10

Head Coach: Gail Goestenkors (Saginaw Valley State ’85)
Overall Record: 16th year overall: 523 games: 413-110 (.790); 1st year at Texas: 17-11 (.607)
 2007-08 Texas Basketball                                                                                                                   Game #29: vs. Oklahoma - March 2, 2008 - p. 2
Texas Basketball (Game #29 vs. Oklahoma) - pg. 3
 Texas-Oklahoma Series                                                                  Bailey third (33, 2.4 spg) and redshirt sophomore Carla Cortijo tied for 10th (25,
 Texas and Oklahoma have met 33 times, and Texas leads play, 20-13 ... Texas is         1.8) ... Cortijo also is third in conference assists average (59, 4.2) and seventh in
 9-6 against the Sooners dating back to 2002... In all-time series action, Texas is     assist-turnover ratio (4.2 apg, 3.9 to’s/game, 1.07).
 11-4 against the Sooners in Austin, 6-7 in Norman, and 3-2 at neutral sites....             In the Big 12 conference team stats, the Longhorns are third in steals (9.43
 Oklahoma has won the last two meetings played in Norman, as the last time              spg), fourth in free throw percentage (.723), fourth in turnover margin (+2.00, 17.4
 Texas beat OU in Norman was on Jan. 25, 2005 with an 83-71 overtime win.               to’s/game to opponents’ 19.4 to’s/game) and fifth in blocks (61, 4.4 bpg).
                                                                                             On the flip side, however, Texas ranks in the middle of the pack or below in
               THIS YEAR: (See box score and recap in later notes)                      other categories, including: No. 6 in scoring defense (61.9 ppg); No. 8 in field
 The junior sister duo of Courtney and Ashley Paris combined for 34 points and 18       goal pct. defense (opponents shoot .410); No. 8 in scoring margin (-2.4, 59.6 ppg
 rebounds as No. 11 Oklahoma posted a 74-58 victory in Austin on Feb. 3 ... With        to opponents’ 61.9); tied for No. 8 in assists (10.7 apg); 10th in rebound margin
 the Sooners up by one, 55-54 with 10:23 to go, the Longhorns had their coldest         (-2.6, 35.6 to opponents’ 38.3 rpg); and 11th in FG percentage, hitting 37.2 per-
 shooting stretch of the season, missing 10 consecutive shots to go with four           cent of shots taken.
 turnovers over the next seven minutes... During this stretch, OU scored 19 unan-
 swered points, with Courtney Paris and freshman guard Danielle Robinson scor-
                                                                                        It’s So Raven - No Sophomore Slump Here
 ing six points apiece... UT was paced by forward Earnesia Williams (14 points),        Brittainey Raven is enjoying a breakout sophomore campaign ... The 6-0
 while freshman guard Kat Nash came off the bench to register a career-high 13          combo guard (15.4 ppg) has been in double-figure scoring in 27 of the 28 games
 rebounds...OU dominated the points in the paint, out-scoring UT 52-20 ... The          to date - more than doubling her freshman year scoring totals when she hit 10-
 Longhorns were hurt by a 30.9 shooting effort, the team’s lowest in conference         plus points 10 times in 32 games for 18-14 Texas ... Raven is averaging nearly
 play this season, while Oklahoma shot 55.9 percent for the game, the highest           10 points a game more than she did as a freshman last year when she averaged
 shooting accuracy of the year by a Longhorn opponent.                                  7.9 ppg ... Raven has been UT’s leading scorer in more than half (15 of 28) of
                                                                                        UT’s games to date, and is one of only two players to score 20-plus points, doing
                LAST YEAR: The two squads met three times last year, with OU            it four times.
 winning twice and UT once ...Texas won the game in Austin, upsetting the No. 9                In addition, Raven is chipping in with 82 assists (2.93 apg), a big increase
 Sooners, 67-62 last January 31 behind senior post Tiffany Jackson (22 points/13        from her 51 assists and 1.6 apg a year ago... Raven is second in Texas assists
 rebounds) and then-freshmen trio of Earnesia Williams (13 points), Carla               and also second in steals with 52 (1.9/game)... Raven has had five or more
 Cortijo (10 points) and Brittainey Raven (10) .. In the game at Norman (Feb.           assists six times and has four or more steals three times.
 12), OU responded with a 78-58 win behind Paris (27 points/15 rebounds), as
 they ended the first half with a 27-3 run to lead 48-22 at intermission... Jackson     Longhorn Numbers Against Top 25 Opponents
 led Texas with 19 points, Erneisha Bailey scored 14 and Earnesia Willams had           Texas has played 10 Top 25 opponents (ranked at the time of play), going 4-6 in
 12, while Sooner freshman point guard Jenna Plumley added 11 points and a              these games ... Three Longhorns average double-figure scoring against Top 25
 career-high eight assists.                                                             foes - Brittainey Raven (14.2 ppg), Ashley Lindsey (12.0 ppg) and Carla
       The third game last season pitted OU and Texas against each other in the
                                                                                        Cortijo (11.3)... Lindsey pulls down a team-high 7.0 rebounds in these contests
 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship tourney quarterfinals in Oklahoma City (March
 7) ... It would be legendary Texas head coach Jody Conradt’s final game on the         and has a team-best 56 percent shooting performance ... Freshman Kat Nash
                                                                                        adds 8.1 points and 6.8 boards per game and has hit 42 percent of her 3-pointers
 sidelines, as she retired five days later after 38 years and a 900-307 record ... In
                                                                                        (13-for-31) in these games ... Texas is averaging 64.2 ppg while yielding 67.5 ppg
 that Big 12 tourney game, second-seeded OU (ranked No. 11) registered a 67-58
                                                                                        (-3.3), and is slightly better on the boards against Top 25 opponents with 37.0 rpg
 win over the Longhorns behind sophomore sisters Courtney and Ashley Paris
                                                                                        to opponents’ 36.1 rpg.... UT is shooting 41.5 percent from the floor and the
 who combined for 30 points and 21 rebounds ... Texas was hurt by cold shooting,
                                                                                        opponents hit 42.7 percent of their shots.
 as the Longhorns shot a season-low 25 percent (18 of 72)... The Longhorns did a
                                                                                               Differences are seen in assist and steal totals, while UT strong 73.0 free
 solid job of controlling the ball, as UT committed just 10 turnovers in the game –
                                                                                        throw percentage overall dips to 67.0 percent against Top 25 competition ... UT
 UT’s third-lowest turnover total for the year...... UT muscled with the Sooners on
                                                                                        has 117 assists, just 11.7 per game, while the opponents have 146 (14.6)... In
 the boards, as OU held a slight advantage in rebounding, 47-44... Jackson              turnovers, UT has 20.1/game, while the Top 25 foes average 18.5 (-1.6 margin).
 notched 16 points to go with a team-high nine rebounds, Cortijo added 14 points
 and Bailey had 11.
                                                                                        Looking at a Team Record From the Foul Line
                                                                                        Through 28 games, Texas is on pace to set the school record for highest free
 A Look at the Sooners                                                                  throw percentage in a season ... The Longhorns have knocked down 73.0 per-
 Oklahoma is 11-1 at home, with its only home loss to Big 12 opponent Baylor            cent of their free throws, making 386 of 529 from the foul line ... If UT continues
 (84-72) on Jan. 20 ... Junior post Courtney Paris (18.0 ppg) is the nation’s top       at this pace, the 2007-08 squad will set the school record for best team free
 rebounder as she pulls down 15.1 rebounds per contest ... As mentioned, Paris          throw percentage ... Prior to this season, the best free throw numbers were set
 also is 6th nationally in blocks (85, 3.3 bpg) and has an active streak of 87 con-     by the 2003-04 squad which went 30-5 en route to the Final 16 ... That UT team
 secutive double-doubles (points and rebounds)... Freshman Danielle Robinson            shot 72.2 percent from the free throw line (525-727).
 (13.1 ppg, 60 steals), junior post Ashley Paris (12.0 ppg, 7.9 rpg) and freshman               UT’s top two free throw shooters are freshman Kat Nash (.839, 52-62)
 guard Amanda Thompson (9.0 ppg, 6.7 rpg) round out the stat leaders ... In Big         and redshirt sophomore Earnesia Williams (.804, 41-51).
 12 game stats, OU leads the league in scoring (70.6 ppg), field goal percentage
 (.445) and rebound margin (+11.6)... Courtney Paris is first in league rebounding
                                                                                        More From the Charity Stripe - Gotta Get to the Line
 (14.2 rpg) and Ashley is fourth (8.9 ppg), while Courtney is second in league
                                                                                        There are lots of good numbers from the charity stripe this year ... When Texas
 scoring (19.4 ppg) and Robinson 14th (13.9 ppg).
                                                                                        makes MORE FT’s than the opponent, Texas is 9-2 (4-2 in Big 12); when Texas
                                                                                        makes LESS free throws than the opponent, the Longhorns stand 6-9 overall (1-7
 Texas in the Big 12- Lindsey Leads the Way                                             in the Big 12).
 In Big 12 league games, guard Brittainey Raven (14.1 ppg) and post Ashley                    The Longhorns have been stellar from the free throw line in the final two
 Lindsey (11.8) average double-figure scoring ...Raven is 13th in Big 12 league         minutes of the game, a crucial stat when you see that 12 games have been
 scoring and Lindsey 23rd ... Lindsey also is tied for second in league blocks (37,     decided by 10 points or less - including eight of its last 13 contests ... The
 2.64 bpg), fifth in offensive rebounds (2.71 per game), seventh in field goal          Longhorns are a crisp 55-65 from the foul line in the final 120 seconds, hitting
 pct.(.481), and 14th in conference rebounding (6.9).                                   84.6 percent down the stretch ... Freshman Kat Nash is six-for-six, while guards
      Two Longhorns are ranked in the top 10 in steals, with senior Erneisha            Carla Cortijo (19-22, .864) and Brittainey Raven (13-16, .813) have spent the
                                                                                        most time on the line in the final two minutes.
 2007-08 Texas Basketball                                                                                                  Game #29: vs. Oklahoma - March 2, 2008 - p. 3
Texas Basketball (Game #29: vs. Oklahoma - pg. 4)

                                                    TEXAS HEAD COACH GAIL GOESTENKORS AT A GLANCE
   Full Name: ______________________________Gail Ann Goestenkors                                         • currently serves on the WBCA Board of Directors
   Hometown: ____________________________________Waterford, Mich.                                        • WBCA District Coach of the Year - six times (1995, 2001-04, '07)
   Birthdate: __________________________________February 26, 1963                                        • ACC Coach of the Year - seven times^ (1996, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007)
   Education: __________________________Saginaw Valley State, 1985                                       ^ tying for the most such honors in ACC history
                                                                                                         • recipient of the 2006 WBCA Carl Eckman Award, which honors coaches who exem
               GOESTENKORS’ CAREER COACHING RECORD                                                       plify Eckman’s spirit, integrity and character in basketball

   • 16th collegiate head coaching year overall                                                                         PLAYER HONORS UNDER GOESTENKORS
   • 1st season at Texas: 28 games: W 17, L 11 (.607)                                                    • 2 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans
   • overall coaching record: 523 games: 413-110 (.790)                                                  • 2 Players earning a total of eight National Player of the Year honors
   • 15 yrs at Duke University (1992-93 through 2006-07)                                                   (Alana Beard, Lindsey Harding)
   • ranks No. 4 among active Division I coaches in winning percentage (.790)                            • 10 WNBA players/1 ABL player
   • ranks No. 5 among all-time Division I coaches in winning percentage                                 • 11 USA Basketball participants
   • FOURTH FASTEST Division I coach to 400 career wins                                                  • 4 State Farm Wade Trophy National Player of the Year finalists
   • Home Record: 201-29 (.874) ... Away: 122-53 (.697) ... Neutral: 90-28 (.763)                        • 4 Naismith Award National Player of the Year finalists
   • NCAA Championship Tournament Record: 36-13 (.735)                                                   • 5 Kodak All-Americans (earning nine awards)
   • Goestenkors against Ranked Opponents: 161 games- 91-70 (.565)                                       • 7 Associated Press All-Americans (earning 14 honors)
     Big 12 Conference Regular Season: 5-9 (.357)                                                        • 4 United State Basketball Writers Association All-Americans
     Atlantic Coast Conference Regular Season: 179-55 (.765)                                               (earning seven honors)
     ACC Tournament Record: 26-10 (.722)                                                                 • 7 National Freshman of the Year honors (Alana Beard)
                                                                                                         • 5 NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team picks
                                                                                                         • One ACC Overall Athlete of the Year
        COACHING HIGHLIGHTS & HONORS (all at Duke University)                                            • Five ACC Players of the Year
   NCAA Tournament bids ..........................................13 consecutive (1995-2007)             • 35 All-ACC honors
   (included four NCAA Final Four berths in last nine seasons)                                           • 50 ACC Academic Honor Roll selections
   NCAA National Championship game appearances......................2 (1999, 2006)
   NCAA Final Four ......................................................4 (1999, 2002, 2003, 2006)                  OTHER COLLEGE COACHING EXPERIENCE
   NCAA Elite Eight ............................................7 (1998, '99, '02, '03, '04, '05, '06)   Assistant Coach, Purdue (1986-92)
   NCAA Sweet Sixteen........................................................9 (1998, '99, 2000-07)      Graduate Assistant, Iowa State (1985-86)
   ACC regular season championships ........................8 (1998, 1999, 2001, 2002,
                                                                             2003, 2004, 2005, 2007)                               PLAYING EXPERIENCE
   ACC Championship Tournament titles ..........5 (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004)                         Saginaw Valley State (1981-85)
                                                                                                         NAIA All-America; Conference MVP; Academic All-Conference;
   • directed an unprecedented seven consecutive 30-win seasons from 2000-01                             team record in her playing tenure was 114-13, highlighted by an
   to 2006-07, breaking the mark of six straight 30-plus wins seasons that Duke                          NAIA national championship second place and third-place finish
   held with Louisiana Tech
   • in these seven years, Duke ranked No. 2 nationally in Division I victories
   (220) behind only Connecticut (228)
                                                                                                                      USA BASKETBALL COACHING POSITIONS
                                                                                                         2007-current      USA Senior National Team Assistant Coach
   • had national top-five recruiting classes from 1999-2005, and in 2007
                                                                                                                           & 2008 USA Olympic Team Assistant Coach
                                                                                                         2006              USA World Championship Assistant Coach
               NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR HONORS (12)                                                    2005              USA World University Games Head Coach (gold medal)
   2007         Russell Athletic/WBCA, Naismith, Associate Press, USBWA, ESPN.com                        2005              USA U19 World Championship Head Coach (gold medal)
   2005         USA Basketball Coach of the Year (guided U19 team to gold medal)                         2004              USA Olympic Assistant Coach (gold medal)
   2003         Rawlings/WBCA, Naismith Award, Victor Award                                              2002              USA World Championship Assistant Coach (gold medal)
   2002         GBall Magazine                                                                           1997              U.S. Jones Cup Team Head Coach (silver medal)
   2000         Basketball Times
   1999         Victor Award



                                               Gail Goestenkors & THE NATIONAL NUMBERS ... as of March 1, 2008
                           TOP ACTIVE DIVISION I COACHES                                                                  WINNINGEST COACHES ALL-TIME
                            (Ranked by Winning Percentage)                                                                 (Ranked by Winning Percentage)
          Minimum five years as a Division I head coach; totals include career                           Minimum 10 years as a Division I head coach since 1982;
          records season from four-year colleges.                                                        totals include career records from four-year colleges only.
              Coach               School         Seasons W           L Pct.                                  Coach              School            Seasons      W      L Pct.
          1. Pat Summitt          Tennessee         34th    973 182 .843                                 1. Leon Barmore        Louisiana Tech 1983-02 (20) 576 87 .869
          (t) Geno Auriemma       Connecticut      23rd     648 121 .843                                 2. Pat Summitt         Tennessee      1975-07 (34) 973 182 .843
          3. Tara VanDerveer      Stanford          29th    715 187 .793                                 (t) Geno Auriemma Connecticut         1986-07 (23) 648 121 .843
          4. Gail Goestenkors Texas                16th     413 110 .790                                 4. Tara VanDerveer* ~                      (29)      715 187 .793
                                                                                                                         ~Idaho ‘79-80, Ohio St. ‘81-85, Stanford ‘86-95, 97-07
                                                                                                         5. Gail Goestenkors Duke, Texas       1993-07 (16) 412 110 .790




2007-08 Texas Basketball                                                                                                                    Game #28: vs. Kansas - Feb. 27, 2008 - p. 4
Texas Basketball (Game #29: vs. Oklahoma) - pg. 5
                                                                              Differences in Wins and Losses to Date
                                                                              In its 11 losses,Texas has been hurt the most by its assist-to-turnover ratio, field goal percentage
             Associated Press Top 25 Poll
          (Released Monday, Feb. 18; first-place votes in parentheses)        defense, and rebounding ... In these losses, the Longhorns have 119 assists and 220 turnovers -
                                2007-08                                       averaging 1.85 turnovers for every assist ... The breakdown: (12 a/30 to’s vs. Tennessee; 15 a/25
       School (1st-place votes) Record      Points  Last Week                 to’s vs. UVA; 7 a/20 to’s vs. Nebraska; 10a/14 to’s vs. K-State; 17 a/17 TO’s vs. Texas Tech; 9 a/26
                                                                              to’s vs. Baylor; 10 a/12 to’s vs. OU; 10 a, 21 to’s vs. Texas A&M; 9 assists/16 to’s vs. Colorado; 13
 1.    Connecticut (39) __________26-1 ____1,232 __________1
                                                                              a/15 to’s vs. Oklahoma State; and 7 a/24 to’s vs. Texas A&M).
 2.    North Carolina (2) ________25-2 ____1,170 __________2

                                                                                    In UT’s 17 victories, the ratio shifts to almost 1-to-1 with UT dishing out 269 assists with 273
 3.    Tennessee (1)___________ 25-2 _____ 1,116__________3
 4.    Rutgers (8)______________ 22-4______1,084__________5
 5.    Maryland ________________28-2______1,076__________4                    turnovers - averaging 0.98 assists for every turnover.
                                                                                   In its 17 victories, Texas is shooting .442; in the 11 losses, that shooting percentage drops to
 6.    LSU __________________23-3 ____1,023 __________6
                                                                              38.1 percent ... In the 17 wins, the Longhorns have held the opposition to 32.5 percent shooting
 7.    Stanford ________________25-3 ______996 __________7

                                                                              from the floor (332-1020); yet, in the losses, the opposition is shooting 44.8 percent (276-616).
 8.    Baylor* ________________23-3 ______883 __________9
 9.    California ________________23-4 ______812 __________8
 10.   Oklahoma* ______________20-5 ______784__________11                           In rebounding, the Longhorns hold a +8.1 rebound margin in victories, pulling down 44.7 boards
                                                                              to the opposition’s 36.6; in losses, however, Texas is being out-rebounded by 4.3 boards per game
 11.   Old Dominion ____________24-3 ______751__________10
                                                                              (34.3 to 38.5) ... The Longhorns out-rebounded four opponents who beat them - Tennessee (36-34),
 12.   Duke __________________21-7 ______702__________12

                                                                              Virginia (32-30), Kansas State (44-33) and Baylor (39-33); tied OU (38-38), and were out-rebounded
 13.   West Virginia ____________22-4 ______677__________13

                                                                              in the Nebraska (40-55), Texas Tech (33-46),Texas A&M (26-39, Feb. 9), Colorado (29-50), OSU
 14.   Notre Dame ______________21-6 ______559__________14
 15.   George Washington________22-5 ______489__________17
 16.   Utah____________________23-3 ______462__________18                     (35-38) and Texas A&M (25-28, Feb. 24) losses... UT was out-rebounded twice in victories, by
                                                                              Louisiana-Lafayette (46-42 in a 76-43 win) and by No. 8 Baylor (37-36 in Feb. 13th’s 61-51 victory).
 17.   Oklahoma State* __________21-5 ______407__________16
 18.   Ohio State ______________20-6 ______324__________20

                                                                              Look at Lindsey as Most Improved
 19.   UTEP __________________23-2 ______321__________19
 20.   Texas A&M* ____________20-7 ______305__________21
                                                                              Most notable this year for Texas are not only the contributions of 6-0 sophomore combo guard
 21.   Kansas State*____________18-8 ______299__________15
 22.   Georgia ________________20-7 ______178__________24
 23.   Vanderbilt ______________20-7 ______150__________25                    Brittainey Raven, but those of 6-4 junior post Ashley Lindsey ... The improvement for Lindsey
 24.   Wyoming________________22-4 ______94__________arv                      has been dramatic, and the case can be made for the junior to be recognized as the Big 12’s
                                                                              most improved player.
 25.   Marist __________________26-2 ______82__________arv
                                                                                     Playing just 10 minutes a game a year ago, Lindsey was averaging 3.1 points, 1.7 rebounds
                                                                              and 1.0 blocks per game through 28 games a year ago ... This year, stepping into the starting post
 Dropped Out: No. 22 Syracuse, No. 23 Pittsburgh
 Also Receiving Votes (ARV): Virginia 68, Syracuse 60, Louisville 44,
 Liberty 32, Pittsburgh 16, Arizona State 12, DePaul 11, Hartford 8,
                                                                              role vacated by now-WNBA player Tiffany Jackson, Lindsey is collecting 11.5 ppg, 6.9 rpg and 2.8
                                                                              blocks per game after 28 contests ... Lindsey has five double-doubles this year ... She has been in
 Michigan State 5, Tennessee-Chattanooga 4, Montana 4, Illinois State 3,

                                                                              double-figure scoring 16 times, a career best, including nine of the last 11 games - that nine-game
 SMU 3, Iowa 2, TCU 1, Wisconsin-Green Bay 1.

 *Big 12 opponent                                                             double-digit scoring stretch was the longest of her career... In those nine games, she has 121 points,
                                                                              averaging 13.4 ppg.
 2007-08 UT opponents/possible opponents in bold

                                                                                    Lindsey had a career-high seven blocks against Nebraska on Jan. 9 (prior high was six) ... She
                                                                              has a single-season high of 75 blocks to date, which is the fourth highest single-season blocks total
   2004-05 TEXAS SCHEDULE & RESULTS
        USA Today/ESPN Top 25 Poll                                            in UT history ... She currently ranks No. 4 in all-time Texas blocks (see note below).
                                                                                  A local product out of nearby Pflugerville Connally HS, the Austin resident has led UT in
                                   2007-08                                    rebounding 13 times in the 28 games... Her last three double-doubles were a 15-point, 11-rebound
         (Released Tuesday, Feb. 26 ... first-place votes in parentheses)

        School (1st-place votes)    Record     Points    Last Week            effort against Kansas State (Jan. 13); 20 points/10 boards against No. 6 Baylor (Jan. 30); and 18
 1.    Connecticut (30) ____________27-1 ______771 ____________1              points/10 rebounds vs. OSU (Feb. 20).
 2.    North Carolina (1)____________26-2 ______734 ____________2
 3.    Tennessee ________________ 25-2 _____ 698 ___________ 3
 4.    Rutgers __________________22-4 ______680 ____________4                                     Ashley Lindsey: NOW and THEN THROUGH 28 GAMES
 5.    Maryland __________________28-2 ______657 ____________5                2007-08: 28 games, 28 starts ... 11.5 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 75 blocks (2.8 bpg), 27.8 mpg, 51.9 FG% ... 5
 6.    LSU ______________________23-4 ______618 ____________6                 double-doubles ... 11th nationally in blocks (2.8 bpg), 2nd in Big 12 league blocks (37, 2.64 bpg), 7th
 7.    Stanford __________________25-3 ______612 ____________7                in FG pct. (.481), 14th in conference overall rebounding (6.9)
 8.    Baylor* ____________________23-3 ______544 ____________9
 9.    California __________________23-4 ______529 ____________8
                                                                              2006-07: 23 games played (of 28) ... 3.2 ppg, 1.7 rpg, 23 blocks (1.0 bpg), 10.9 mpg, .580 FG% ... 0
 10.   Oklahoma* ________________20-5 ______480 __________10                  starts, no double-doubles
 11.   Duke ______________________21-7 ______444 __________11
 (t)   Old Dominion ______________24-3 ______444 __________12
 13.   West Virginia________________22-4 ______382 __________13               Block Party: Lindsey Moves Up the UT Record Book
 14.   Notre Dame ________________21-6 ______355 __________14                 Junior post Ashley Lindsey has amassed 159 blocks in her two-plus years... This includes a team-
 15.   George Washington __________22-5 ______291 __________16                high 75 this season to rank 11th nationally in blocked shots (2.8) ... The 6-4 junior currently is
 (t)    Utah ______________________23-3 ______291 __________18                No. 4 in Texas career blocks, moving to that spot with five blocks against Colorado on Feb. 16 ...
 17.   Kansas State* ______________18-8 ______255 __________15
 18.   Texas A&M* ________________20-7 ______241 __________19                 She surpassed Joy Williams (156, 1979-83), and is now 22 blocks shy of the No. 3 position,
 19.   Oklahoma State* ____________21-5 ______226 __________17                held by Tiffany Jackson (181, 2003-07) ...The all-time blocks leader is Ellen Bayer, a 6-9 post (289
 20.   Georgia ____________________20-7 ______154 __________22                blocks from 1986-90)... Lindsey collected seven blocks against Nebraska (Jan. 4), setting a career
 21.   Marist ____________________26-2 ______126 __________23                 high and besting her former high of six, reached five times.... She has collected three or more blocks
 22.   Ohio State__________________20-7 ______119 __________20                15 times this year, while also being UT’s top rebounder 12 times (including twice tied).
 23.    UTEP ____________________23-2 ______94 __________25
 24.    Vanderbilt__________________20-7 ______78 __________arv
 25.    Wyoming __________________22-4 ______45 __________arv                 Bailey Makes a Difference
                                                                              In the win over Kansas Wednesday, Brittainey Raven (21 points) and Erneisha Bailey (10 points,
                                                                              eight rebounds) combined to score UT’s final eight points in the last 2:57 of play and provided the
 Dropped Out: No. 21 Pittsburgh, No. 24 Syracuse

                                                                              defensive stops down the stretch as well ... Those numbers for Bailey, a Big 12 All-Defensive Team
 Also Receiving Votes (ARV): Pittsburgh 43; Liberty 30; Virginia 26; DePaul

                                                                              pick a year ago, were her highest point and rebounding total in five game ... The last time Bailey
 21; Hartford 19; Syracuse 13; Louisville 12; Illinois State 11; Western

                                                                              reached double-figure scoring was in UT’s upset win over No. 6 Baylor on Feb. 13th ... She had 13
 Kentucky 11; Wisconsin-Green Bay 5; Georgia Tech 3; Nebraska 3; TCU 3;

                                                                              points and eight boards that game... UT then loses its next three games before defeating Kansas in
 Arizona State 2; Iowa 2; Middle Tennessee 2; SMU 1.

 *Big 12 opponent                                                             a game where Bailey again registers double-figure scoring and pulls down a team-high eight
 2007-08 Texas opponents or possible opponents in bold                        rebounds... UT’s lone senior is sixth in scoring with 7.0 ppg and tied for third in rebounding (4.6 rpg).

2007-08 Texas Basketball                                                                                                       Game #29: vs. Oklahoma - March 2, 2008 - p. 5
Texas Basketball (Game #29 vs. Oklahoma) - pg. 6
Goestenkors and Her 400th Career Win                                                      ppg) and second in rebounding, pulling down 6.6 rpg... Nash had a career-high 13 boards
Texas’ victory over UAB on Nov. 25 in the final game of the Wahine Classic in            off the bench in the Oklahoma game on Feb. 3... She also leads the Longhorns in free throw
Honolulu (a 59-49 win) gave head coach Gail Goestenkors her 400th career vic-            percentage (.839, 52-62), going to the line the third-most times of any UT player... She also
tory ... Goestenkors became the fourth-fastest Division I women’s coach of               leads the squad in 3-pointers made (33) and attempted (89), and is second in 3-point per-
all time to reach the 400-victory plateau - in 501 games... Goestenkors is in            centage (.371).
her 16th year of collegiate head coaching overall and her first at Texas, and now            At the Big 12 conference level, Nash is making her mark as well...Among all Big 12 fresh-
stands 413-110 in her illustrious career ... Her winning percentage of 78.9 per-         man players in conference stats, Nash has put up some of the best numbers of all confer-
cent also ranks fourth among all active Division I coaches ... The first 15 years        ence rookies ... Among all Big 12 freshman in LEAGUE game stats, Nash is:
of her coaching tenure were spent at Duke University, where Goestenkors built            * THIRD in rebounding (6.2 pg)
the Blue Devils program into a national championship contender with 13 straight          * THIRD in free throw pct. (.880, 22-25)
NCAA showings, including four Final Four appearances.                                    * NINTH in assists (14, 1.0 apg)
                                                                                         * SEVENTH in scoring (6.1 ppg)
                                                                                         * SEVENTH in 3-point percentage (16-44, .364)
 The three coaches who have reached 400 wins the fastest in Division I in
                       women’s basketball play are:
1. Leon Barmore (Louisiana Tech, 400th win in 465th game)                                Shooting Nights Getting Better
2. current Rutgers head coach C. Vivian Stringer                                         Although ranking 11th in the Big 12 in conference shooting percentage (.371), the Longhorns
   (490 games, got 400th as Iowa head coach)                                             have had their four of their best shooting nights in Big 12 play over the last 10 games ...
3. Connecticut mentor Geno Auriemma (495 games)                                          Against Texas A&M on Feb. 24, UT shot 44.4 percent from the floor- its best shooting
4. Gail Goestenkors (400th win in 501st game)                                            effort in 13 games and in Big 12 play to date - dating back to a 50.7 shooting perform-
                                                                                         ance against UT-Pan American on Jan. 4 ... On Jan. 23 in the 70-68 win over No. 13
In the Texas Record Books- Current “D” Stats Rank Third-                                 Oklahoma State, UT shot 41.8 percent (23-55) ... It was UT’s best effort since connecting on
                                                                                         50.7 percent of its shots in that 91-43 victory over UT-Pan American on January 4th - six
Best All-Time                                                                            games previous.
Currently, Texas is holding the opposition to 37.2 percent shooting accuracy                 Texas shot 39.7 percent against Missouri (Jan.26) and then, on Jan. 30, in the one-point
from the field while the Longhorns are hitting 42.0 percent of their shots... Texas’     loss to No. 6 Baylor (61-60), Texas hit 44.0 percent of its shots (22-50) ...Then, the
opponents are scoring 60.1 points per game (to UT’s 69.9 ppg).                           Longhorns’ offense sputtered against Oklahoma (30.9) - its second lowest of the year (lowest
     IF the season ended today, that 37.2 field goal percentage defense by               was 25.8 vs. Nebraska on Jan. 9) before UT made 42.9 percent of its shots at No. 21 Texas
UT would tie for THIRD-lowest all-time in the Longhorn record books... The               A&M on Feb. 3... In the win at Kansas, Texas shot 38.0 percent... PRIOR TO BIG 12 PLAY,
60.4 points per game allowed by Texas would be the seventh lowest all-time               Texas was shooting at a 46.2 percent clip and scoring 80.2 ppg; now, that scoring average
(lowest was 48.8 ppg by the 1975-76 team).                                               has dipped to 69.9 ppg and the shooting accuracy is 42.0 percent.
       Here are UT’s lowest FG percentage defenses all-time:
      Texas All-Time Lowest FG percentage defense (opponents’ FG pct.)
1. 35.5% ...... (570-1607, 27 games) by UT’s 1975-76 team                                Against Top 25 Opponents
2. 35.9% ...... (749-2084, 35 games) by UT’s 2002-03 Final Four team                     Texas stands 4-6 against Top 25 competition to date ... UT’s first 10 showdowns against Top
3. 37.2% ...... (608--1,636, 28 games), 2007-08 team to date                             25 opponents were against: then-#1 Tennessee (a 92-67 loss), followed by wins against
(t) 37.2%...... (714-1921, 35 games) by UT’s 2002-03 Final 16 team                       then-#23 Arizona State (62-51, Dec. 20), #12 DePaul (91-81), #13/14 Oklahoma State (70-
                                                                                         63, Jan. 23) before losses to #6/6 Baylor (61-60, Jan. 30), #11/10 Oklahoma (74-58, Feb. 3),
                                                                                         #21/20 Texas A&M (66-57, Feb. 9), #16/17 Oklahoma State (71-66, Feb. 20) and #21/19
“Double C” Going Strong                                                                  Texas A&M (65-50, Feb. 24)... UT broke that three-game losing streak against the Top 25
Redshirt sophomore point guard Carla Cortijo (9.5 ppg) returned to double-fig-           with the 61-51 upset win over #8 Baylor (Feb. 13).
ure scoring in three of the last four games ... The 5-7 point guard has been in
double-figure scoring 15 times ... In the last four games, she has 44 points (11.0
ppg) with 17 assists and has shot 14-for-22 from the free throw line.                    Texas in the National 25 Polls
                                                                                              Preseason Nov 12 N19 N26 Dec 3 D10 D17 D24 D31 Jan 7 J14 J21 J27 F4-11-17 F24
                                                                                         AP          22    22 21 24 22 20 19 19 16 15 23 arv 25 arv                      --
Nash Among Big 12 Best Rookies                                                           USA Today 24      22 22 25 25 23 20 19 17 15 24 arv 25 arv                       --
UT freshman guard Kat Nash is one of the Big 12’s top rookie players ... The 6-
2 Nash has been primarily used as UT’s sixth man, coming off the bench 20
times while starting seven contests ... She is fourth in Texas overall scoring (8.1
                                                2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball Roster                                                               Pronunciation Key:
            No.         Name                                Ht.          Cl.#          Pos.      Hometown (High School)
            00          Earnesia Williams*                  6-1          Jr.           F         Sapulpa, Okla. (Sapulpa HS)                          Arriaran
                                                                                                                                                      ah-REE-err-rahn
             3          Carla Cortijo*                      5-7          Jr.           G         Carolina, Puerto Rico (Bellaire [Texas] HS)
             4          Erika Arriaran**                    5-10         Jr.           G         Norco, Calif. (Norco HS)                             Cortijo
                                                                                                                                                      Core-TEE-hoe
             5          Kathleen Nash                       6-2          Fr.           G         Plano, Texas (Plano West HS)
            10          Brittainey Raven*                   6-0          So.           G         Fort Worth, Texas (North Crowley HS)                 Goestenkors
                                                                                                                                                      GUESS-ten-kors
            20          Erneisha Bailey***                  5-9          Sr.           G         Kansas City, Misssouri (Pembroke Hill HS)
            23          Niqky Hughes*                       6-1          So.           F         Waxahachie, Texas (Waxahachie HS)                    Rentschler
            32          Kristen Nash                        6-3          So.            F        Plano, Texas (Plano West HS)                         RENT-schlurr
            34          Crystal Boyd*                       5-11         Jr.           G         Little Rock, Ark. (Parkview HS)                      Brittainey Raven
                                                                                                                                                      BRITT-knee
            35          Ashley Lindsey**                    6-4          Jr.           F         Austin, Texas (Pflugerville Connally HS)
            43          Aubry Cook**                        6-3          Jr.           P         Houston, Texas (Cy-Fair HS)                          Erneisha Bailey
            44          Rachel Rentschler                   6-2          Fr.           F         Keller, Texas (Fort Worth Christian HS)              Err-KNEE-sha
            #- class listed is academic year of eligibility                       * - number of letters won                                           Earnesia Williams
            Head Coach: Gail Goestenkors (Saginaw Valley State ’85) [1st season at Texas, 16th collegiate season overall]
                                                                                                                                                      Err-KNEE-see-ah
            Assistant Coaches: Mickie DeMoss (Louisiana Tech ’77), Gale Valley (Michigan State ’81), LaKale Malone (Indiana ’99)


2007-08 Texas Basketball                                                                                                      Game #29: vs. Oklahoma - March 2, 2008 - p. 6
Texas Basketball (Game #29: vs. Oklahoma - p. 7
Texas Fourth in All-Time Big 12 Regular Season Wins                                                     Seven Named to Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll
The Big 12 Conference is in its 12th year of competition this season ... With their 5-9 mark, the       Seven of head coach Gail Goestenkors’ players were named to the Big 12
Longhorns stand 115-75 (.605) after 190 games in Big 12 regular season play ... Texas is tied           Commissioner’s Honor Roll for outstanding academic achievement in the
for fourth in all-time league wins, and is one win shy of the No. 3 spot held by Iowa State.            fall of 2007 semester (registering a 3.0 GPA or higher) ... They are (listed
                                                                                                        with academic class standing): senior guard Erneisha Bailey,
    All-Time Big 12 Regular Season Wins (1997-- thru Feb. 29, 2008)                                     sport management major; junior guard Carla Cortijo, kinesiology major;
                                                                                                        freshman guard Kathleen Nash, education major; sophomore forward
           Record/Pct.    Reg. Season Titles                                                            Kristen Nash, education major; sophomore guard Brittainey Raven, edu-
1. Texas Tech            128-62/ .711 3 (1998, ‘99, ‘00)                                                cation major; freshman forward Rachel Rentschler, education major; and
2. Oklahoma              121-69/ .672 4 (2000-02, ‘06)
                                                                                                        junior forward Earnesia Williams, youth and community studies major.
3. Iowa State            116-74/ .610 1 (2000)
                                                                                                             Kristen Nash has been named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor
4. TEXAS                 115-75/ .605 2 (2003, 2004)                                                    Roll all three semesters at UT... This is the second such honor for both
(t) Baylor               115-75/ .605 1 (2005)
                                                                                                        Raven and Williams, while Raven and the two freshmen (Kat Nash and
6. Kansas State          102-88/ .537 1 (2004)
                                                                                                        Rentschler) attained Honor Roll status for the first time.
7. Colorado               87-103/ .457
8. Nebraska               85-105/ .450
9. Kansas                 75-115/ .392 1 (1997)                                                         Williams Selected to Big 12 Good Works Team
10. Missouri              70-120/ .368                                                                  On Feb. 8, co-captain Earnesia Williams was named to the 2008 Big 12
11. Oklahoma State        64-126/ .337                                                                  Conference Winter Sports “Good Works Team” ... Williams, a 6-0 redshirt
12. Texas A&M             61-129/ .321                                                                  sophomore, is an education major who hopes to minor in computer sci-
                                                                                                        ence ... Each Big 12 member institution selected a student-athlete for
                                                                                                        recognition based upon significant community service, good academic
Sister Act                                                                                              standing and participation in a Big 12-sponsored sport... This is the second
For the first time since 1986, a sister duo is playing together for the Longhorns - 6-3 redshirt        year that the Big 12 has held the “Good Works” program, with a 12-per-
freshman forward Kristen and 6-2 true freshman guard Kat Nash (Plano, Texas/Plano West                  son Good Works Team for the fall (cross country, football, soccer, volley-
HS) ... They are the third sister pair in UT basketball history ... The other two Longhorn sister       ball), the winter (basketball, gymnastics, swimming & diving, wrestling),
duos were Kamie and Kriss Ethridge (played together from 1982-86) and Annette and Audry                 and the spring (baseball, golf, softball, tennis, track & field).
Smith (played together from 1982-86).                                                                       Williams is a basketball team representative on the UT Student-Athlete
     Kristen is one year older than Kat, although both are in their first year of play at Texas after   Advisory Council, volunteers with elementary school children, and has vol-
Kristen sat out the 2006-07 season - her true rookie year - as a medical redshirt (foot fracture)       unteered at the annual Marathon Kids running/fitness event, held for
... Kat Nash, a Division I prospect in both basketball and volleyball, has quickly emerged as a         10,000 Central Texas students, each year while at Texas.
go-to player for Texas .... She has played in all 28 games, gaining eight starts ... Despite com-
ing off the bench 20 times and playing under 27 minutes per game, Nash is second in rebound-            Down the Longhorn Sidelines/Texas Trends
ing with 6.6 boards per game, is the fourth-leading scorer (8.1 ppg), leads in 3-pointers (33-89,       * The Longhorns have great success when leading at the half ... Texas is
.371) and is sixth in steals (20) ... She also has two double-doubles (19 points/10 rebounds vs.        15-2 when leading at intermission, including a 3-2 mark in Big 12 action ...
Lamar; 12 points/10 rebs vs. Iowa State)... Nash was named co- Big 12 Rookie of the Week on             The only blemishes? The Nebraska loss, where UT led 19-17 at the half,
Nov. 19.                                                                                                and the Kansas State loss, where UT led at the break, 37-34...
       Kristen (2.3 ppg, 2.6 rpg) has come off the bench in 16 games, averaging 9.3 minutes per
game ... She posted her best game against Sam Houston State (Dec. 2) with career-highs of               * Texas has enjoyed success at home at the Frank Erwin Center, going 10-
nine points and five rebounds in 18 minutes of play... Kristen then had nine points and a new           3 overall to date (6-0 against non-conference teams, 4-3 vs. Big 12
career-high in rebounding (six) in the win over UTPA on Jan. 4.                                         teams)...

                                                                                                        * Through 28 games, underclassmen Brittainey Raven has been the
Kat Nash, Cortijo Grab Big 12 Honors
                                                                                                        team’s top scorer 15 times (once tied), followed by junior Ashley Lindsey
    UT has had two Big 12 weekly award winners to date ... Freshman guard Kathleen (Kat)
                                                                                                        (sixtimes), redshirt sophomore guard Carla Cortijo (three times), redshirt
Nash received Big 12 Co-Rookie of the Week honors on Nov. 19 after logging impressive num-
                                                                                                        sophomore Earnesia Williams (twice), freshman Kat Nash (twice) and
bers off the bench against Lamar and Tennessee ... The 6-2 Nash (Plano, Texas/Plano West
HS) registered 36 points and 19 rebounds, averaging 18.9 points and 9.5 rebounds in just 27.0           sophomore guard Crystal Boyd (once)...
minutes per game and added seven assists and seven steals... On the week, Nash shot 13-23
from the floor (57%), including a 6-for-10 effort against Tennessee ... She had UT’s first double-      * Over Thanksgiving weekend, UT went to Honolulu to participate at the
double with 19 points/10 rebounds against Lamar and followed with 17 points, nine rebounds              eight-team, three-day Wahine Classic ... This was UT’s fourth trip to the
and five steals against No. 1 Tennessee ... Nash shared rookie honors with Oklahoma’s 5-9               Wahine Classic ... Texas went 2-1 and placed fifth, losing its first game to
guard Danielle Robinson, while Big 12 Player of the Week honors went to 5-9 junior guard                Virginia (86-83, Nov. 23) before starting a 10-game win streak with victo-
Heather Ezell from Iowa State.                                                                          ries over Kentucky (72-60, Nov. 24) and UAB (59-49, Nov. 25)... Gaining
    Point guard Carla Cortijo earned Big 12 Player of the Week accolades on Jan. 2 after help-          All-Tournament honors at was sophomore Brittainey Raven ..
ing UT win the San Diego Maggie Dixon Surf ‘N Slam Classic with an upset win over then-No.
13 DePaul (91-81) and San Diego (81-79) ... Cortijo was named to the Surf ‘N Slam All-                  * Raven also was tabbed All-Tourney at the Maggie Dixon Surf ‘N Slam in
Tournament Team, with 28 points (10-for-11 in free throws), 14 assists and two steals in the two        San Diego as UT won the title for the second straight year (beating DePaul
wins ... She had 17 points and nine assists against DePaul and then scored the game-winning             and host San Diego)... She was joined on that all-tournament squad by
shot on a driving layup with 3.7 seconds left for the win over USD ... It was Cortijo’s second          Ashley Lindsey and Carla Cortijo
weekly Big 12 honor, as she earned Rookie of the Week accolades last year.




2007-08 Texas Basketball                                                                                                       Game #29: vs. Oklahoma- March 2, 2008 - p. 7
Texas Basketball (Game #29: vs. Oklahoma) - p. 8
      Big 12 Conference Standings                                                 The Texas Starters: Game-by-Game (17-11, 5-9 in Big 12)
           (as of Saturday, March 1, 2008)                                                 note: opponent rankings are AP, then USA Today/ESPN
                                                       Date        Opponent                  G               G         F/G          F/P                 F               W/L Score
          Conference Record          Overall Record    Nov. 11     MISSOURI STATE           Cortijo        Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams            W    92-55
                W-L     Pct.           W-L      Pct.   Nov. 15     LAMAR                    Cortijo        Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams            W    94-35
 Baylor         12-2   .857            24-3     .889   Nov. 18     @ #1/1 Tennessee         Cortijo        Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams             L   92-67
 Oklahoma       11-3   .786            21-5     .808   Nov. 23     vs. Virginia ^          Kat Nash        Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams             L   86-83
 Kansas State 11-3     .786            19-8     .704
                                                       Nov. 24     vs. Kentucky ^          Kat Nash        Raven Cortijo (G)        Lindsey (P)     Williams            W    72-60
 Oklahoma State 9-5    .643            21-6     .778
                                                       Nov. 25     vs. UAB ^              Kat Nash         Raven Cortijo (G)        Lindsey (P)     Williams            W    59-49
 Texas A&M       9-5   .643            21-7     .750
                                                       Nov. 29     UT ARLINGTON            Cortijo         Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams            W    76-60
 Nebraska        7-7   .500           18-10     .643
                                                       Dec. 2      SAM HOUSTON ST.          Cortijo        Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams            W    91-41
 Iowa State      6-8   .429           17-10     .630
                                                       Dec. 8      vs. TAMU-Corpus Christi Cortijo         Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams            W    88-41
 TEXAS           5-9   .357           17-11     .607   Dec. 16     LA-LAFAYETTE            Cortijo         Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams            W    76-43
 Texas Tech     4-10   .286           16-12     .571
                                                       Dec. 20     @ #21/22 Arizona St. Cortijo            Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams            W    62-51
 Colorado       4-10   .286           15-12     .556
                                                       Dec. 28     vs. #16/16 DePaul # Cortijo             Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams            W    91-81
 Kansas         4-10   .286           15-12     .556
                                                       Dec. 30     vs. San Diego #         Cortijo         Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams            W    81-79
 Missouri       2-12   .143            9-18     .333
                                                       Jan. 4      UT-PAN AMERICAN Cortijo                 Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams            W    91-43
  Big 12 Weekly Results/Upcoming Schedule              Jan. 9      @ Nebraska            Kat Nash          Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams             L   56-45
                                                       Jan. 13     KANSAS STATE          Kat Nash          Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Williams             L 77-74 (OT)
             Last Week’s/This Week’s Results
 Wednesday, Feb. 20                                    Jan. 16     IOWA STATE            Kat Nash          Raven Cortijo (G)        Lindsey (P)     Williams            W    59-56
 #21/19 Texas A&M 60, Iowa State 46                    Jan. 20     @ Texas Tech            Raven           Cortijo Kat Nash (F)     Lindsey (P)      Cook               W    70-58
 Texas Tech 65, Kansas 61                              Jan. 23     #14/13 Oklahoma St. Cortijo             Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey (P)     Kat Nash            W    70-63
 #11/10 Oklahoma 68, #15/15 Kansas State 65            Jan. 26     Missouri                Cortijo         Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey         Williams            W    67-37
 #16/17 Oklahoma State 71, Texas 66                    Jan. 30     @ #6/6 Baylor           Cortijo         Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey         Williams             L   61-60
 Thursday, Feb. 21                                     Feb. 3      @ #11/10 Oklahoma Cortijo               Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey         Williams             L   74-58
 Nebraska 73, Missouri 57
                                                       Feb. 9      @ #21/20 Oklahoma Cortijo               Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey         Williams             L   66-57
 Saturday, Feb. 23
 #9/9 Baylor 59, Iowa State 54 [FSN]                   Feb. 13     vs. #5/8 Baylor         Cortijo         Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey         Williams            W    61-51
 #11/10 Oklahoma 81, #16/17 Oklahoma State 71 [FSN]    Feb. 16     @ Colorado              Cortijo         Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey         Williams             L   67-52
 Colorado 73, #15/15 Kansas State 68                   Feb. 20     @ #16/17 Okla. St.      Cortijo         Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey         Williams             L   66-71
 Sunday, Feb. 24                                       Feb. 24     # 21/19 Texas A&M       Cortijo         Raven    Nash (G)        Lindsey         Williams             L   65-50
 Missouri 62, Kansas 59 [FSN]                          Feb. 27     @Kansas                 Cortijo         Raven Bailey (G)         Lindsey         Williams            W    57-53
 #21/19 Texas A&M 65, TEXAS 50 [ESPN2]
                                                       Mar. 3      @ #10/10 Oklahoma
 State Farm Lone Star Showdown
 Texas Tech 65, Nebraska 56                            Mar. 5
 Wednesday, Feb. 27
                                                       ^- at Jack in the Box Wahine Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii (5th)
 Iowa State 58, Missouri 54                            #- at Maggie Dixon Surf ’N Slam Classic, San Diego, Calif.
 Baylor 76, Colorado 62
 Kansas State 69, Nebraska 65 [FSNMW]
 Oklahoma 65, Texas Tech 56
 TEXAS 57, Kansas 53 [Sunflower/ESPN360.com]
 Texas A&M 63, Oklahoma State 57
                                                                                         2004-05 TEXAS SCHEDULE & RESULTS
                                                                                        BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL & ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM
           Upcoming Games (all times Central)
 Saturday, March 1                                                                        School (1st-place votes)        Points
 #8/8 Baylor at #20/18 Texas A&M, 1 p.m. [FSN]                                            1. Texas A&M (7) ________________117
                                                                                          2. Oklahoma (5) ________________ 115
 Kansas at Iowa State, 1 p.m.                                                             3. Baylor ______________________ 97
 Missouri at #21/17 Kansas State, 2 p.m.                                                  4. Texas ______________________86
 Texas Tech at #17/19 Oklahoma State, 6 p.m.                                              5. Oklahoma State ______________66
                                                                                          6. Iowa State____________________ 64
 Sunday, March 2                                                                          7. Nebraska ____________________56
                                                                                          T8. Kansas State ________________54
 TEXAS at #10/10 Oklahoma, 12:30 p.m. [FSN]                                               T8. Texas Tech __________________54
 Colorado at Nebraska, 2:05 p.m.                                                          10. Kansas ____________________ 43
                                                                                          11. Colorado ____________________ 29
 Wednesday, March 5                                                                       12. Missouri ____________________11
 Texas Tech at TEXAS, 7 p.m. [FSNSW]                                                                    BIG 12 Preseason All-Conference Team
 Kansas State at Kansas, 7 p.m. [Metro/ESPN360.com]                                       Preseason Player of the Year: Courtney Paris, Oklahoma, 6-4 Jr. C .
 Iowa State at Nebraska, 7:05 p.m.                                                        Preseason Newcomer of the Year: Dominic Seals, Texas Tech, 6-2 Jr. F (Dallas,
                                                                                          Texas/South Plains College)
 Missouri at Colorado, 8 p.m. [FSNRM]                                                     Preseason Freshman of the Year: Tyra White, Texas A&M, 6-0 Fr. G (Kansas
                                                                                          City, Mo./Hickman Mills)
 Thursday, March 6
 Oklahoma State at Baylor, 7 p.m.                                                         Preseason All-Big 12 Team
 Oklahoma at Texas A&M, 7:30 p.m. [SFN]                                                   Jackie McFarland, Colorado (6-3 Sr. F); Kelsey Griffin, Nebraska (6-2 Jr. F)
                                                                                          Courtney Paris, Oklahoma (6-4 Jr. C); A’Quonesia Franklin, Texas A&M (5-3 Sr.
                                                                                          G); Takia Starks, Texas A&M (5-8 Jr. G)
 ALL TIMES CENTRAL       Key: [ ] TV Game
 FSN-FOX Sports Net      FSNSW- FOX Sports Southwest                                      Honorable Mention (listed alphabetically by school)
 FSNMW- FOX Sports Midwest                                                                Angela Tisdale (Baylor), Danielle McCray (Kansas), Ashley Paris (Oklahoma),
                                                                                          Andrea Riley (Oklahoma State), Morenike Atunrase (Texas A&M) and Danielle
                                                                                          Gant (Texas A&M).


2007-08 Texas Basketball                                                                                                    Game #29: vs. Oklahoma - March 2, 2008 - p. 8
Texas Basketball (Game #29: vs. Oklahoma) - p. 9

Goestenkors Signs Three to National Letters of Intent                                 She has been under the radar on the national recruiting front, but Ashleigh had a great
Texas women’s basketball head coach Gail Goestenkors has announced on the             summer in leading her AAU team in some of the toughest tournaments. She also
signing of three standout high school players to National Letters of Intent for the   attended our basketball camp, and we immediately saw her potential.
upcoming 2008-09 academic year.                                                             The signing of Ashley Gayle gives our team a legitimate inside presence. She is
     Joining the Longhorns will be 5-6 combination guard Yvonne Anderson              strong and athletic and quick off the floor, which makes her a force on defense as a
(Columbia, Missouri/Columbia-Hickman HS) who is ranked as the No. 7                   shot-blocker and on the glass. I’m thrilled that she will join our program next fall. Ashley
guard nationally by HoopGurlz.com; Ashleigh Fontenette, a 5-8 All-State com-          comes to Texas with great experiences. She’s won two state championships, she plays
                                                                                      on one of the top summer club teams, and she’s played in the USA Basketball system.”
bination guard from nearby Pflugerville, Texas and State 4A basketball power
Connally HS; and 6-4 forward/post Ashley Gayle (Las Vegas, Nev./Bishop
Gorman HS), a national top 10 frontcourt recruit and HS All-American... On Feb.                  Yvonne Anderson (5-6 G, Columbia, Mo./Columbia-Hickman HS)
                                                                                      · Ranked No. 21 overall best senior by Blue Star Basketball recruiting service
11, Gayle was selected to the 20-player Women’s Basketball Coaches
                                                                                      · Ranked as the No. 7 guard and the No. 42 overall recruit (Hoopgurlz.com)
Association High School All-America Game presented by Nike, and will
compete in that elite game during Women’s Final Four festivities in Tampa,            As a Junior (at Columbia-Hickman HS, Columbia, Mo.)
                                                                                      · 2006-07 First Team Missouri All-State (Class 5A)
Florida.... On Feb. 16, Gayle was chosen for the McDonald’s All-America
                                                                                      · 2006-07 First Team All-District
Team and will play in that annual McDonald’s All-America Game for high
school seniors ... It takes place on Wednesday, March 26 at the Bradley               · Averaged 21.4 points, 4.4 assists, 4.6 steals as junio
Center in Milwaukee (a 6 p.m. Central tip on ESPNU).                                  As a Sophomore (at Hoover HS, Hoover, Ala.)
     Anderson veraged 21.4 points, 4.4 assists and 4.6 steals as junior for           · 2005-06 Alabama State 6A “Miss Basketball” (awarded by the Alabama High School
Columbia-Hickman last year after moving from Alabama when her father, Mike            Athletic Association)
Anderson, head coach at UAB, was named University of Missouri men’s basket-           · 2005-06 “Super Five Team” by the Alabama Sports Writers Association (ASWA)
ball head coach in 2006-07. Anderson’s 663 points were a Hickman HS school            · 2005-06 Alabama State Player of the Year as voted by the ASWA
record. Anderson came to Columbia after winning Alabama State 6A Player of            · 2005-06 First Team All-State (Alabama HS Athletic Association and ASWA)
the Year honors as a sophomore at Hoover, Ala., High School.                          · Her father, Mike Anderson, is entering his second season as University of Missouri
    At Hickman HS as a junior, she earned First Team All-State honors after           head men’s basketball coach
beings tabbed Alabama Class 6A “Miss Basketball” as a sophomore. She is
ranked as the No. 21 overall player (by Blue Star Basketball recruiting service)                   Ashleigh Fontenette (5-8 G, Pflugerville, Texas/Connally HS)
and as the 42nd overall top player in the senior class, according to the              · 2006-07 Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) First Team All-State
HoopGurlz recruiting service.                                                         · 2006-07 Texas Girls Coaching Association (TGCA) First Team All-State
     Last year in Missouri, Anderson led Columbia-Hickman last year to a 29-2         · 2006-07 TABC All-Region First Team
mark and third-place finish in Class 5. The previous season, Hickman had gone         · 2005-06 TABC All-Region First Team
11-17. In summer AAU competition, Anderson starred on the Indiana Family club         · 2006-07 District 25-4A MVP
team in 2007 after playing for the Alabama RoadRunners previously. Fontenette         · 2005-06, 2006-07 District 25-4A First Team
starred for the Austin-based Lady Knights AAU squad.                                  · 2006-07 All-Academic District 25-4A
       Fontenette has been a key performer for the state basketball power             · Brother, Kenneth Fontenette, is a 6-0 junior starting strong safety on the University of
Pflugerville Connally HS under the direction of former Longhorn point guard           Houston football team.
Angie Jo (Ogletree) Hermesmeyer. A three-year varsity star, Fontenette helped
32-4 Connally reach the State 4A semifinals in 2005 which was followed by                           Ashley Gayle (6-4 F/C, Las Vegas, Nev./Bishop Gorman HS)
Regional final (final eight) showings in 2006 and 2007. As a junior last year,        * named to 20-player 2008 Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA)
Fontenette averaged 14.0 points per game.                                             High School All-America Game presented by Nike (Feb. 15, 2008) ... Game will be
      Gayle, who plays summer AAU ball for the West Coast Elite squad, led            played in Tampa, Florida on Saturday, April 5 during Women’s Final Four weekend
Bishop Gorman to back-to-back Nevada State 4A state championships as a                * in the national recruiting services, is ranked No. 5 overall by the Blue Star Basketball
sophomore and junior in 2006 and 2007. Regarded as one of the top high                ... No. 19 by Dan Olson’s Collegiate Girls Basketball Report ... No. 29 by All-Star Girls
school post players in the nation, Gayle is ranked as the No. 5 recruit nationally    Report ... 40th by HoopGurlz.com
overall by the Blue Star Basketball, No. 19 by Dan Olson’s Collegiate Girls           * preseason Sporting News All-America Second Team
Basketball Report, No. 29 by All-Star Girls Report, and 40th by HoopGurlz.com         * ranked in the top 10 nationally among all power forwards/post players
– four of the national recruiting services.                                           * 2007 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival participant
      Gayle is a two-year All-State performer who earned EA Sports Second
                                                                                      As a Junior
Team All-America honors last year after leading 31-2 Bishop Gorman to the             * 2006-07 EA Sports All-America Second Team
Nevada state title for the second year in a row. Gayle averaged 11.1 points, 9.2      * led Bishop Gorman to the No. 15 ranking in the final USA Today Super 25 and to the
rebounds and 4.8 blocks per game as a junior. She also played in the 2007 USA         No. 2 ranking in the West Region
Basketball Youth Development Festival.                                                * Bishop Gorman went 31-2 record and won its second straight Nevada State 4A cham-
      This preseason, Gayle is a Sporting News All-American Second Team pick,         pionship ... Bishop Gorman defeated Centennial 87-66 for the title (Feb. 23, 2007), with
and her Bishop Gorman HS squad is ranked No. 4 nationally in the preseason            Gayle collecting 21 points, 11 rebounds and five blocks
ESPN Elite 25 High School rankings and No. 5 nationally in the USA Today              * 2006-07 First Team All-State, First Team All-Southwest Division
Super 25 (national team rankings).                                                    * 11.1 points, 9.2 rebounds and 4.8 blocks per game averages
       In her three years at Bishop Gorman, Gayle has helped Coach Sheryl
                                                                                      As a Sophomore
Krmpotich’s team post an impressive 91-5 record.
                                                                                      * All-State Third Team, First Team All-Southwest Division
                                                                                      * led 31-1 Bishop Gorman to its first girls basketball Nevada 4A state championship
                Goestenkors’ Quotes on Texas’ Three Signees                           * Bishop Gorman went undefeated in the state of Nevada, losing only one game - at the
      “Yvonne Anderson has an incredible understanding of the game, and it is         Nike Tournament of Champions to the Marin Catholic (Calif.) team
obvious that she is a coach’s daughter. You can tell that she learned the intrica-    * averaged 10.0 points, 6.4 rebounds, 3.3 blocks per game
cies of the game early on. As a dual guard, Yvonne has tremendous strength
                                                                                      As a Freshman
and explosiveness and uses that strength to score, yet she also can play at the       * averaged 8.8 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 3.3 bpg to help Bishop Gorman to a 29-2 record
point and run the show.                                                               * played in 2006 and 2007 summers for the powerhouse West Coast Elite AAU club
       Ashleigh Fontenette is an incredible athlete, starring in both basketball      basketball team
and track. Her versatility as a combo guard will help us at both ends of the floor.   * also participated in Bishop Gorman track and field, in the high jump and discus

2007-08 Texas Basketball                                                                                                    Game #29: vs. Oklahoma- March 2, 2008 - p. 9
Texas Basketball (Game #29: vs. Oklahoma)- p. 10
Texas Is … When …                                                                                                  Longhorns by the Numbers ...
                                                                                                            DOUBLE-DOUBLES
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE & SHOTS
  Overall Big 12                                                                                            Ashley Lindsey (6-4 Jr. F): 5
    3-0     0-0    shooting 50% or higher from the field                                                    16 pts., 11 rebs. vs. No. 12/13 DePaul (Dec. 28)
    9-6     1-4    shooting between 40-49.9% from the field                                                 18 pts., 10 rebs. vs. San Diego (Dec. 30)
    5-4     4-4    shooting between 30-39.9% from the field                                                 15 pts., 11 rebs. vs. Kansas State (Jan. 13)
    0-1     0-1    shooting less than 30% from the field                                                    20 pts., 10 rebs. at No. 6/6 Baylor (Jan. 30)
    0-3     0-1    when opponents shoot 50% or better from the field                                        18 pts., 10 rebs. at No. 16/17 Oklahoma State (Feb. 20)
    2-5     1-5    when opponents shoot between 40-49.9% from the field                                     Aubry Cook (6-3 Jr. P): 1
    9-3     4-3    when opponents shoot between 30-39.9% from the field                                     10 pts., 10 rebs. vs. UT-Pan American (Jan. 4)
    6-0     0-0    when opponents shoot less than 30% from the field
    12-4    3-3    when Texas takes same or more (FG) shots than opponent                                   Kathleen Nash (6-2 Fr. G): 2
                                                                                                            19 pts., 10 rebs. vs. Lamar (Nov. 15)
    5-6     2-5    when Texas takes less (FG) shots than opponent
SCORING                                                                                                     12 pts., 10 rebs. vs. Iowa State (Jan. 16)
    5-0     0-0    scoring 90 or more points
    2-1     0-0    scoring between 80-90 points                                                             GAMES IN DOUBLE FIGURE SCORING:
    4-1     1-1    scoring between 70-79 points                                                             Brittainey Raven (27)
    3-3     2-2    scoring between 60-69 points                                                             Ashley Lindsey (16)
    3-6     2-6    scoring 59 points or less                                                                Carla Cortijo (14)
    2-1     0-0    when opponent scores +80 points                                                          Earnesia Williams (11)
    1-4     0-4    when opponent scores 70-79 points                                                        Erneisha Bailey (9)
    3-4     1-4    when opponent scores 60-69 points
                                                                                                            Kat Nash (8)
    5-1     3-1    when opponent scores 50-59 points
    7-0     1-0    when opponent scores less than 50 points                                                 Crystal Boyd (2)
    0-1     0-1    when only one Longhorn is in double-figure scoring                                       Aubry Cook (2)
    4-2     2-2    when two Longhorns are in double-figure scoring                                          Rachel Rentschler (1)
    7-4     3-3    when three Longhorns are in double-figure scoring                                        GAMES IN DOUBLE FIGURE REBOUNDING:
    1-4     0-3    when four Longhorns are in double-figure scoring                                         Ashley Lindsey (7)
    4-0     0-0    when five Longhorns are in double-figure scoring                                         Kat Nash (4)
    1-0     0-0    when six Longhorns are in double-figure scoring                                          Erneisha Bailey (1)
REBOUNDING                                                                                                  Aubry Cook (1)
   13-4     2-2    when Texas out-rebounds the opponent
                                                                                                            GAMES AS TEXAS’ LEADING SCORER:
    2-1     2-1    when Texas ties the opponent in rebounding                                               Brittainey Raven (14, inc. 1 time tied)
    2-6     1-6    when Texas is out-rebounded
                                                                                                            Ashley Lindsey (6, inc. 1 time tied)
FREE THROWS
    10-4    3-3    when Texas shoots same or more free throws than the opponent                             Carla Cortijo (3)
    7-7     2-6    when Texas shoots less free throws than the opponent                                     Earnesia Williams (2)
    9-2     4-2    when Texas makes same or more free throws than opponent                                  Kathleen Nash (2)
    6-9     1-7    when Texas makes less free throws than the opponent                                      Crystal Boyd (1)
3-POINTERS, ASSISTS, TURNOVER & STEALS                                                                      GAMES AS TEXAS’ LEADING REBOUNDER:
    8-6     2-5    when Texas MAKES same or more 3-point FG’s than opponent                                 Ashley Lindsey (13, including 2 tied)
    8-4     3-4    when Texas MAKES less 3-point FG’s than opponent                                         Kat Nash (11, including 2 tied)
    5-6     1-5    when Texas TAKES same or more 3-point FG’s than opponent                                 Brittainey Raven (2)
    8-2     0-1    when Texas has 15 or more assists per game                                               Erneisha Bailey (2)
    14-6    5-6    when Texas has the same or fewer turnovers than the opponent                             Aubry Cook (1)
    3-5     0-3    when Texas has more turnovers than the opponent
   14-5     4-5    when Texas has same or more steals than the opponent                                     GAMES WITH 20 OR MORE POINTS:
    3-6     1-4    when Texas has less steals than the opponent                                             Brittainey Raven (4)
WITH THIS STARTING LINEUP                                                                                   Ashley Lindsey (1)
   13-6     3-5    Williams (F), Lindsey (P), Bailey (G), Raven (G), Cortijo (G)                            GAMES WITH 5 OR MORE ASSISTS:
    3-1     1-1    Williams (F), Lindsey (P), Raven (G), Kat Nash (F), Cortijo (G)                          Carla Cortijo (16)
    1-0     1-0    Lindsey (P), Kat Nash (F), Bailey (G), Raven (G), Cortjo (G)                             Brittainey Raven (6)
    0-1     0-1    Cook (F), Lindsey (P), Raven (G), Kat Nash (G), Cortijo (G)                              Erneisha Bailey (3)
    0-3     0-2    Williams (F), Lindsey (P), Bailey (G), Raven (G), Kat Nash (G)
MISCELLANEOUS                                                                                               GAMES WITH 3 OR MORE BLOCKS:
                                                                                                            Ashley Lindsey (14)
   15-2     3-2    when Texas leads at the half
    2-9     2-7    when Texas trails at halftime                                                            GAMES WITH 4 OR MORE STEALS:
    0-0     0-0    when Texas is tied at the half                                                           Carla Cortijo (3) Brittainey Raven (3)
    0-0     0-0    in overtime games                                                                        Erneisha Bailey (3) Kathleen Nash (1)
    3-4     2-3    when final margin of victory is between 1-5 points                                       Earnesia Williams (1) Ashley Lindsey (1)
    4-1     2-1    when final margin of victory is between 6-10 points
    3-5     0-5    when final margin of victory is 11-20 points                                                             FREE THROWS IN THE
    7-1     1-0    when final margin of victory is 20-plus points                                                      FINAL TWO MINUTES & OVERTIME
MONTHS & DAYS PLAYED                                                                                                 Texas from the FT line in last 2:00 of regulation
    5-2     0-0    in games played in November                                                                                              Games FT-FTA                  Pct.
    6-0     0-0    in games played in December                                                           # 5 Kat Nash (Fr. G)                    3           6-6         1.000
    4-4     3-4    in games played in January
                                                                                                         #20 Erneisha Bailey (Sr. G)             1           2-2         1.000
    2-5     2-5    in games played in February
    0-0     0-0    in games played in March                                                              #23 Niqky Hughes (So. G)                1           2-2         1.000
    9-4     4-3    in games played on weeknights (Monday-Friday)                                         #00 Earnesia Williams (RS-So. F) 1                  1-1         1.000
    8-7     1-6    in games played on weekends (Saturday & Sunday)                                       #03 Carla Cortijo (RS-So. G)            7        19-22           .864
RANKED TEAMS                                                                                             #43 Aubry Cook (Jr. P)                  3           7-8          .875
    4-6     2-5    against Top 25 ranked teams (vs. No.’s 1-25) at the time of play                      #10 Brittainey Raven (So. G)            8        13-16           .813
    1-3     1-2    against Top 10 ranked teams at the time of play                                       #32 Kristen Nash (RS-Fr. F)             4           5-8          .625
HOME / AWAY / NEUTRAL/TELEVISED GAMES                                                                    TOTALS                                           55-65           .846
    10-3    4-3    in home games                                                                                           Texas from the FT line in Overtime
    3-7     1-6    in away games                                                                                                            Games FT-FTA                  Pct.
    4-1     0-0    at neutral sites
    2-6     2-5    on national TV [ESPN2 0-2), FOX Sports Net (0-3), ESPNU (2-1)]                         #03 Carla Cortijo (RS-So. G)           1           1-1         1.000
    4-0     3-0    regional/local TV [FSNSW (2-0); UT Student TV-Austin (1-0); Sunflower-Kansas (1-0)]
2007-08 Texas Basketball                                                                                                Game #29: vs. Oklahoma - March 2, 2008 - p. 10
  TEXAS BASKETBALL BOX SCORES/GAME RECAPS (Games #1-3)
                              GAME #1                                                                     GAME #2                                                                  GAME #3
         #22/24 Texas 92, Missouri State 55                                                #21/22 Texas 94, Lamar 35                                         #1/1 Tennessee 92, #21/22 Texas 67
     Nov. 11, 2007: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas                            Nov. 15, 2007: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas                     Nov. 18, 2007: Thompson-Boling Arena, Knoxville, Tenn.
VISITORS: MISSOURI STATE (0-1)                                              VISITORS: LAMAR (1-2)                                                    VISITORS: TEXAS (2-1)
 # PLAYER       FG 3FG FT R PF TP                      A TO BL ST MIN        # PLAYER        FG 3FG             FT   R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN           # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN
24 J. Griggs    1-4 0-1 0-1 5 1 2                      0 2 0 0 17           13 A. Bakhos     0-1 0-0            0-0  4 1 0 4 3 0 3 20                00 E. Williams   1-2 1-1 0-0 1 4 3 0 4 0 0 16
54 T. Terwelp   1-1 0-0 0-0 4 4 2                      1 0 0 0 20           34 B.Williams   6-15 0-0            0-0  2 1 12 0 1 0 2 29               35 A. Lindsey    2-4 0-0 2-2 9 3 6 0 5 1 1 21
01 M. Dwyer    4-17 3-6 5-6 4 1 16                     2 3 0 0 30           10 N. Williams 4-19 2-9             0-0  4 3 10 2 5 0 2 36               03 C. Cortijo    4-9 1-3 3-4 3 1 12 2 7 1 1 32
22 M. Brown     0-2 0-1 1-2 2 1 1                      0 6 1 0 11           14 A. Reke       1-4 0-1            0-0  2 2 2 3 5 0 2 28                10 B. Raven     6-15 1-4 5-10 3 2 18 1 6 0 3 32
23 T. Balerio  7-16 5-9 1-2 5 4 20                     0 10 0 2 31          22 T. Abalde    3-16 2-6            0-0  4 1 8 0 6 2 0 33                20 E. Bailey     2-8 0-1 0-2 3 4 4 4 1 0 1 27
02 T. Coppage   2-7 1-5 0-0 1 1 5                      0 0 0 0      9       04 E. Spickler   1-5 1-5            0-0  0 3 3 2 2 0 0 21                05 Kat Nash     6-10 3-4 2-4 9 0 17 3 5 0 5 29
03 M. Busby     0-1 0-1 0-0 1 1 0                      0 1 0 0      8       15 B. Hendrix    0-0 0-0            0-0  0 1 0 0 0 0 0        4          32 Kristen Nash 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0            6
12 R. Stiles    1-2 0-1 1-2 0 2 3                      0 1 0 0      9       23 J. Stewart    0-3 0-1            0-0  3 1 0 0 2 0 1 15                43 A. Cook       3-6 0-0 1-1 2 3 7 2 1 0 1 25
15 J. Jackson   0-4 0-1 1-2 1 4 1                      0 2 0 0 13           25 T. Smith      0-2 0-0            0-0  3 3 0 1 1 0 1 14                44 R. Rentschler 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 12
20 J. Watson    1-2 0-0 0-0 3 4 2                      0 1 1 0 20                   Team Rebounds                    9                                       Team Rebounds           1
33 B. Wyatt     1-2 0-0 0-0 3 4 2                      0 1 1 0 20           TOTALS         15-65 5-22           0-0 31 16 35 12 25 2 11 200          TOTALS         24-55 6-1313-23 36 18 67 12 30 2 12 200
50 A. Lord      1-3 0-0 0-0 5 1 2                      3 1 0 0 17
        Team Rebounds          6                                            Total FG%   1st Half: 6-35 17.1% 2nd Half: 9-30 30.0%      Game: 23.1%   Total FG%   1st Half: 10-25 40% 2nd Half: 14-30 30.0%         Game: 43.6%
TOTALS        18-62 9-2510-18 40 24 55                 7 29     2   2 200   3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-11 27.3% 2nd Half: 2-11 18.2%      Game: 22.7%   3Pt FG%     1st Half: 4-6 66.7% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6%           Game: 46.2%
                                                                            FThrow%     1st Half: 0-0 --%    2nd Half: 0-0 --%         Game: 0%      FThrow%     1st Half: 8-10 80% 2nd Half: 5-13 38.5%           Game: 56.5%
Total FG%   1st Half: 8-33 24.2%    2nd Half: 10-29 34.5%     Game:29.0%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 4-15 26.7%    2nd Half: 5-10 50%        Game: 36.0%   HOME TEAM: TEXAS (2-0)                                                   HOME TEAM: TENNESSEE (3-0)
FThrow%     1st Half: 3-5 60%       2nd Half: 7-13 53.8%      Game: 55.6%    # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF                TP    A TO BL ST MIN       # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT               R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN
                                                                            00 E. Williams   3-8 1-4 2-2 4 2                9    1 1 1 0 19          00 C. Parker    8-15 0-1 5-6             6 0 21 4 4 1 4 24
HOME TEAM: TEXAS (1-0)                                                      35 A. Lindsey    4-5 0-0 0-0 7 0                8    2 2 6 2 24          35 A. Bjorklund 6-14 4-8 0-0             4 5 16 1 0 0 0 23
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF                  TP    A TO BL ST MIN       03 C. Cortijo    1-4 0-0 5-5 4 0                7    6 2 0 1 21          03 N. Anosike    2-5 0-0 3-5             4 1 7 2 3 1 2 24
00 E. Williams   5-9 0-1 3-3 2 3                 13    2 1 1 1 20           10 B. Raven     6-10 0-1 0-0 4 0               12    6 5 1 4 26          10 S. Bobbitt    2-5 1-3 0-0             1 2 5 5 2 0 2 29
35 A. Lindsey    7-9 0-0 0-0 9 3                 14    0 2 3 2 26           20 E. Bailey    6-10 1-3 0-1 4 3               13    3 1 0 1 26          20 A. Hornbuckle 6-10 1-1 0-1            5 2 13 6 3 2 5 27
03 C. Cortijo   3-10 1-1 10-11 4 1               17    7 2 0 2 32           05 Kat Nash     7-13 2-5 3-3 10 2              19    4 2 0 2 26          05 S. Smallbone 3-5 1-3 0-0              0 4 7 0 2 1 0 15
10 B. Raven     7-12 1-3 7-8 4 4                 22    1 3 0 4 32           32 Kristen Nash 0-3 0-0 0-0 4 1                 0    1 3 1 1 18          32 V. Baugh      2-3 0-0 0-0             6 1 4 1 1 2 1 17
20 E. Bailey     3-4 1-2 3-3 2 4                 10    3 2 0 1 22           43 A. Cook       6-8 0-0 1-2 5 2               13    0 1 1 1 19          43 A. Auguste    0-2 0-0 1-2             3 2 1 3 6 0 3 19
05 Kat Nash      2-7 0-2 5-6 6 3                  9    3 1 0 3 22           44 R. Rentschler 6-9 0-0 1-2 5 2               13    1 0 1 0 21          44 A. Fuller     7-8 2-2 2-2             4 2 18 2 1 0 1 22
32 Kristen Nash 0-0 0-0 1-2 3 1                   1    0 0 0 0      9            Team Rebounds              5                                             Team Rebounds                       1
43 A. Cook       2-3 0-0 0-0 4 3                  4    2 3 0 2 18           TOTALS         39-70 4-1312-15 51 12            94 24 17 11 11 200       TOTALS         36-67 9-18 11-16         34 19 92 24 22 7 18 200
44 R. Rentschler 1-7 0-0 0-0 4 1                  2    0 1 2 1 19
     Team Rebounds              3                                           Total FG%   1st Half: 21-33 63.6%    2nd Half: 18-37 48.6% Game: 55.7%   Total FG%   1st Half: 20-39 51.3%    2nd Half: 16-28 57.1%   Game: 53.7%
TOTALS         30-61 3-9 29-33 41 23             92 18 15       6 16 200    3Pt FG%     1st Half: 1-4 25.0%     2nd Half: 3-9 33.3% Game: 30.8%      3Pt FG%     1st Half: 4-10 40.0%    2nd Half: 5-8 62.5%      Game: 50.0%
                                                                            FThrow%     1st Half: 8-9 88.9%     2nd Half: 4-6 66.7% Game: 80.0%      FThrow%     1st Half: 7-9 77.8%     2nd Half: 4-7 57.1%      Game: 68.8%
Total FG%   1st Half: 15-34 44.1%    2nd Half: 15-27 55.6% Game: 49.2%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 2-6 33.3%      2nd Half: 1-3 33.3% Game: 33.3%        Halftime Score- Texas, 51-15; Fouled Out- none; Technicals -             Halftime Score- Tennessee, 51-32; Fouled Out- Bjorklund;
FThrow%     1st Half: 9-11 81.8%     2nd Half: 20-22 90.9% Game: 87.9%      none; Officials- Amy Bonner, Gator Parris, Fred Lerma; Attendance:       Technicals - none; Officials- Lisa Mattingly, Eric Brewton, Joe
                                                                            4,753                                                                    Cunningham; Attendance: 15,699
Halftime Score- Texas, 41-23; Fouled Out- none; Technicals - none;          Score by Periods 1st      2nd      Total                                 Score by Periods 1st        2nd      Total
Officials- Lisa Jones, Rick Morris, Marc Merritt; Attendance: 4,952         Lamar               15      20       35                                  #21/22 Texas        32        35       67
Score by Periods 1st        2nd      Total                                  #21/22 Texas        51      43       94                                  #1/1 Tennessee      51        41       92
Missouri State       32      44       76
#22/24 Texas         35      33       68
                                                                            RECAP: Powered by the freshman duo of shooting G Kathleen                RECAP: All-American Candace Parker scored 21 points, includ-
                                                                            Nash and F Rachel Rentschler, who combined for 42 points and             ing Tennessee's first 11, and had six rebounds as the top-ranked
RECAP: Behind all five starters in double-figure scoring, No. 22
Texas women's basketball team opened the Gail Goestenkors                   15 rebounds, No. 21 Texas defeated Lamar, 94-35, at the Frank            Lady Vols beat No. 21 Texas 92-67 in Knoxville. Four Lady Vols
coaching era with a decisive 92-55 season-opening victory over              Erwin Center. For the second game in a row, five Longhorns               were in double figure scoring. The Tennessee win came on the
Missouri State in front of 4,952 at the Frank Erwin Center.                 were in double-figure scoring.                                           same day that the Lady Vols celebrated their 2006-07 national
     UT relied on career-highs of 22 points from sophomore G                      UT limited Lamar to 23 percent shooting in the contest. The        championship by hoisting a banner honoring their seventh title to
                                                                            Lady Cardinals turned the ball over 25 times, and UT dominated           the rafters of Thompson-Boling Arena in pre-game ceremonies.
Brittainey Raven and a career-high 17 points and game-high
                                                                            in points off turnovers by a 25-8 margin.                                     Texas had three players reach double-figure scoring, as
seven assists from sophomore redshirt PG Carla Cortijo while                      The Texas bench contributed 45 points in the winning effort.       sophomore Brittainey Raven led the way with 18 points.
limiting the Lady Bears to 29 percent shooting from the floor. The          Both Nash and Rentschler came off the bench, and the rookie
game marked the second time since January of 2006 that five UT                                                                                       Freshman guard Kathleen Nash once again came off the bench
                                                                            duo combined to shoot 13-for-22 from the floor. Nash posted the          to post impressive numbers. The 6-2 freshman turned in one of
players hit for double-digit scoring; only once in 2006-07 did UT           first double-double of the year for the Longhorns with career and
have five players score 10-plus points in the same game.                                                                                             the finest all-around games against Tennessee in recent memory,
                                                                            game-bests of 19 points and 10 rebounds. Rentschler added a              finishing with 17 points on six-for-10 shooting, and game-high
     Joining Raven and Cortijo in double-figures were junior P              career-best 13 points. Rentschler went six-for-nine in field goal        tying nine rebounds and five steals in 29 minutes. For her efforts
Ashley Lindsey (14 points), RS sophomore F Earnesia Williams                shooting, while Nash made seven of 13 attempted field goals.             against Lamar and Tennessee, Nash claimed Big 12 co-
(13 points) and senior G Erneisha Bailey (10 points). Lindsey                     The Longhorns led 51-15 at intermission by shooting a siz-         Rookie of the Week honors on Nov. 19.
also totaled game-highs of nine rebounds and three blocks.                  zling 64 percent in the half, making 21 of 33 shots.                          Up 30-16, Tennessee went on an 11-2 run, capped by a fast-
     The Lady Bears connected on just 18 of 62 field goal                         Joining Nash and Rentschler in double-figure scoring were          break layup by freshman Sidney Smallbone, which gave the Lady
attempts, including an eight-for-33 effort in the first half which saw      senior G Erneisha Bailey (13 points), junior P Aubry Cook (13            Vols a 41-18 lead with 5:02 left in the first half. That was
MSU down 41-23 at the break. The UT defensive pressure con-                                                                                          Tennessee’s largest lead of the half.
                                                                            points) and sophomore G Brittainey Raven (12 points). Junior
tributed to 29 MSU turnovers. The Longhorns, with 15 turnovers,                                                                                           The Longhorns (2-1) got within 15 points twice before half-
                                                                            post Ashley Lindsey chipped in with eight points, seven boards
held a commanding edge in points off turnovers (26-8).                                                                                               time on a free throw by Kathleen Nash and again on a layup by
                                                                            and a career-high tying six blocks. It marked the third time in
     Texas took the lead for good at the 17:37 mark, breaking the                                                                                    Brittainey Raven with about two minutes to play, but it was as
                                                                            Lindsey’s career that she rejected six shots.
4-4 tie with an 18-0 run over the next 5:15, capped by two Bailey                                                                                    close as they would get.Texas trailed at intermission, 51-31. The
                                                                                  Texas took command of the game early on, jumping out to a
free throws which pushed the lead to 22-4 with 12:22 left in the                                                                                     Longhorns shot 40 percent in the first half, but was hurt by 18
                                                                            28-7 lead on a Raven fastbreak layup with 8:06 left in the open-
half.The closest Missouri State could get was 16 points, 24-8 on a                                                                                   turnovers.
                                                                            ing half. Raven scored 12 points and Earnesia Williams added
Tiffany Coppage jumper with 11:23 to go before layups by                                                                                                  In the second half, Texas improved its shooting to 47 percent
                                                                            eight in those first 12 minutes. In that opening span of 12 min-
Williams and Raven and two free throws by Cortijo pushed UT's                                                                                        and out-rebounded the Lady Vols, 19-13. Texas finished the game
                                                                            utes, Lamar connected on just three of its first 22 shots and had
lead to 22, 30-8, with 6:31 left.                                                                                                                    out-rebounding the much-taller Tennessee squad, 36-34.
                                                                            nine turnovers.
     For the game, UT was 29-for-33 from the free throw line, led                                                                                         The game was marred by 52 turnovers, with Texas commit-
                                                                                  The Longhorns had 11 blocks. Texas scored 54 of its points
by Cortijo who had career-bests in free throws attempted (11) and                                                                                    ting 30 and Tennessee 22.
                                                                            in the paint, holding a 54-16 edge in scoring down low. UT also
made (10). The Longhorns held a 41-40 edge in rebounding and                                                                                              Tennessee finished with 42 points in the paint to Texas’ 20,
                                                                            held a commanding 51-31 edge in rebounding and the edge in
also led in fast-break points, 18-3.                                                                                                                 and the Lady Vols also dominated in points off turnovers, 40-21.
                                                                            fast-break points (28-2). Texas finished the game shooting 12-for-
     The 92 points by Texas marked the first time UT has reached                                                                                     The Lady Vols also shot 50 percent from 3-point range, going 9-
                                                                            15 from the free throw line, while Lamar did not make a trip to the
or surpassed the 90-plus point mark in four-plus seasons. The                                                                                        for-18 from long range, led by freshman forward Angie Bjorklund’s
                                                                            foul line.
last time UT scored 90-plus points was in a 92-57 victory over                                                                                       four-for-eight effort. Texas hit a season-high six treys, with Nash
                                                                                  Texas has now scored 90-plus points in back-to-back games
Southern University in NCAA first round play in Austin on March                                                                                      going three-for-four from long range.
                                                                            for the first time since the 2003-04 campaign when UT beat North
21, 2004. The 92 points were the most by a Longhorn team in a
                                                                            Texas (91-50) and Texas-Pan American (90-25) in consecutive
season opener in 20 years, dating back to a UT 93-34 win over
Northern Arizona on Nov. 27, 1987.
  TEXAS BASKETBALL BOX SCORES/GAME RECAPS (Games #4-6)

                             GAME #4                                                                  GAME #5                                                                   GAME #6
              Virginia 86, #21/22 Texas 83                                           #21/22 Texas 72, Kentucky 60                                                   #21/22 Texas 59, UAB 49
      Nov. 23, 2007: Jack in the Box Wahine Classic                          Nov. 24, 2007: Jack in the Box Wahine Classic                              Nov. 25, 2007: Jack in the Box Wahine Classic
     Stan Sheriff Center, Honolulu, Hawaii (1st Round)                   Stan Sheriff Center, Honolulu, Hawaii (Consol. 2nd Rd)                     Stan Sheriff Center, Honolulu, Hawaii (5th-Place Game)
VISITORS: VIRGINIA (4-2)                                                VISITORS: TEXAS (3-2)                                                      VISITORS: TEXAS (4-2)
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF               TP    A TO BL ST MIN       # PLAYER        FG 3FG           FT    R PF TP      A TO BL ST MIN         # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT             R PF TP      A TO BL ST MIN
01 L. Littles    4-7 0-0 8-9 6 5              16    1 7 0 1 33          00 E. Williams   5-8 2-2          0-1   1 1 12       1 3 0 2 26            00 E. Williams   1-5 0-1 2-2           5 3 4        1 1 0 0 22
03 P. Kellum     5-9 0-1 8-10 1 2             18    2 4 0 1 32          03 C. Cortijo    3-8 0-1          0-0   5 1 6        4 2 0 5 35            03 C. Cortijo    3-8 1-2 4-4           7 3 11       2 3 0 2 33
05 S. Zoll       1-6 0-2 0-0 4 2               2    9 1 0 2 37          10 B. Raven     8-17 1-5          0-2   4 3 17       2 4 0 1 27            10 B. Raven     6-15 2-6 7-8           7 1 21       2 3 0 0 35
22 M. Wright    8-16 0-6 7-10 6 4             23    3 2 1 2 36          05 Kat Nash     3-11 0-3          1-1   7 3 7        1 3 0 0 29            05 Kat Nash      2-7 1-4 2-2           7 2 7        0 2 1 0 33
33 A. Mohammed 9-13 0-0 4-8 10 3              22    0 1 1 4 24          35 A. Lindsey 8-16 0-0            0-0   4 3 16       1 2 4 0 28            35 A. Lindsey    3-8 0-0 3-5          11 3 9        1 5 3 1 32
12 B. Millner    0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1               0    1 2 0 0      8      20 E. Bailey    3-10 0-2          6-7   5 5 12       1 6 0 0 26            20 E. Bailey     2-6 1-4 0-0           3 3 5        1 2 0 1 21
20 K. London     1-3 0-1 0-0 1 1               2    0 2 0 1      7      43 A. Cook       1-4 0-0          0-0   4 1 2        1 1 0 1 12            43 A. Cook       0-2 0-0 0-0           5 1 0        2 2 0 2      8
30 A. Robertson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1                0    0 1 0 0      3      44 R. Rentschler 3-4 0-0          0-0   4 0 6        3 1 1 1 13            44 R. Rentschler 1-5 0-1 0-0           0 0 2        1 0 0 0 16
32 J. Hartig     0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0               0    0 0 0 0      1      32 Kristen Nash DNP                                                        32 Kristen Nash DNP
42 K. Hartig     1-1 0-0 1-3 0 4               3    1 1 1 1 19                  Team Rebounds                  5                                           Team Rebounds                  6
     Team Rebounds               1                                      TOTALS         34-76 3-12         1-5 45 16 72 18 17          5 11 200     TOTALS         18-56 5-18 18-21       51 16 59 10 19          4   6 200
TOTALS         29-55 0-10 28-40 30 23         86 17 21      3 12 200
                                                                        Total FG%   1st Half: 15-44 34.1% 2nd Half: 19-32 59.4%      Game: 44.7%   Total FG%   1st Half: 11-35 31.4% 2nd Half: 7-21 33.3%      Game: 32.1%
Total FG%   1st Half: 14-28 50.0% 2nd Half: 15-27 55.6%   Game: 52.7%   3Pt FG%     1st Half: 1-9 11.1% 2nd Half: 2-3 66.7%          Game: 25.0%   3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-11 27.3% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6%        Game: 27.8%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 0-7 0.0% 2nd Half: 0-3        0%    Game: 0%      FThrow%     1st Half: 0-1 0%      2nd Half: 1-4  25%         Game: 20%     FThrow%     1st Half: 6-8 75%     2nd Half: 12-13 92.3%     Game: 85.7%
FThrow%     1st Half: 13-17 76.5% 2nd Half: 15-23 65.2%   Game: 70.0%
                                                                                                                                                   HOME TEAM: UAB (2-4)
HOME TEAM: TEXAS (2-2)                                                  VISITORS: KENTUCKY (2-3)                                                    # PLAYER       FG       3FG    FT R PF TP          A TO BL ST MIN
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT             R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN            # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF                TP    A TO BL ST MIN        01 C. McFadden 4-15       0-3  0-0 11 3 8           1 2 0 1 38
00 E. Williams   5-9 1-1 4-4           5 2 15 2 2 0 1 30                00 C. Ormerod 2-3 1-1 2-4 4 2                   7    1 4 0 0 25            12 D. Rogers   5-16       3-6  4-5 7 4 17           2 5 1 1 38
10 B. Raven     6-14 1-2 2-4           3 4 15 4 1 0 0 39                04 S. Elliott    5-5 0-0 1-3 9 2               11    0 2 2 0 35            25 B. Jones    2-16       1-8  0-2 8 1 5            1 6 0 3 38
20 E. Bailey    3-10 0-2 6-7           5 5 12 1 6 0 0 26                11 S. Mahoney 4-15 0-5 4-4 2 1                 12    0 1 0 2 32            33 B. Berry     1-3       0-0  0-1 2 0 2            0 1 0 0 17
05 Kat Nash      5-7 4-4 4-4           3 5 18 0 3 0 3 25                25 A. Franklin   2-9 0-4 1-2 2 1                5    2 4 0 1 20            52 C. Ingram    3-5       0-0  5-7 6 4 11           0 2 0 0 19
35 A. Lindsey    4-9 0-0 0-0           7 5 8 1 2 2 2 19                 34 V. Dunlop     5-8 0-0 0-0 3 3               10    0 3 0 4 23            02 A. Peterson 0-0        0-0  0-0 0 1 0            0 0 0 0      3
03 C. Cortijo    3-7 0-1 2-3           0 4 8 7 7 0 1 29                 02 C. Chowning 0-1 0-0 2-2 0 0                  2    0 0 0 0      3        15 L. Murray    0-4       0-3  0-0 4 5 0            0 0 0 1 14
32 Kristen Nash 0-0 0-0 1-2            1 1 1 0 0 0 1        7           05 C. Morrow     2-7 2-6 0-0 2 -                6    0 1 0 0 18            20 S. Simpson   1-1       0-0  0-0 3 0 2            0 0 0 0      9
43 A. Cook       2-3 0-0 2-2           5 2 6 0 3 0 0 21                 15 B. Edelen     0-5 0-0 0-0 4 1                0    0 2 0 0 13            32 F. Salaam    0-5       0-3  0-0 0 0 0            0 0 0 0 10
44 R. Rentschler 0-2 0-0 0-0           1 0 0 0 1 0 0        4           20 C. Bowman     0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1                0    0 0 0 0      3        50 A. Scott     2-5       0-2  0-0 1 1 4            0 0 0 0 14
        Team Rebounds                  2                                24 A. Smith      3-9 1-2 0-0 1 2                7    5 1 1 2 23                 Team Rebounds                  3
TOTALS         28-61 6-10 21-26       32 28 83 15 25 2 8 200            32 C. Bett       0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1                0    0 1 1 0      5        TOTALS        18-70      4-25 9-15 45 19 49         4 16      1   6 200
                                                                             Team Rebounds             11
Total FG%   1st Half: 12-31 38.7% 2nd Half: 16-30 53.3%   Game: 45.9%   TOTALS         23-62 4-1810-15 39 14            60    8 19    4   9 200    Total FG%   1st Half: 9-31 29%   2nd Half: 9-39 23.1%     Game: 25.7%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 5-6 83.3% 2nd Half: 1-4 25.0%       Game: 60.0%                                                                              3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-10 30%   2nd Half: 1-15 6.7%      Game: 16.0%
FThrow%     1st Half: 5-7 71.4% 2nd Half: 16-19 84.2%     Game: 80.8%   Total FG%   1st Half: 9-31 29%    2nd Half: 14-31 45.2%   Game: 37.1%      FThrow%     1st Half: 2-4 50%    2nd Half: 7-11 63.6%     Game: 60.0%
                                                                        3Pt FG%     1st Half: 1-6 16.7%   2nd Half: 3-12 25%      Game: 22.2%
Halftime Score- Virginia, 41-34; Fouled Out- Littles, Kat Nash,         FThrow%     1st Half: 5-9 55.6%   2nd Half: 5-6 83.3%     Game: 66.7%      Halftime Score- Texas, 31-23; Fouled Out- Murray; Technicals -
Bailey, Lindsey; Technicals - none; Officials- Melissa Barlow, Brian                                                                               none; Officials- Carla Fujimoto, Brenda Pantoja, Kirk Hottendorf;
Yamasaki, Ryan Wells; Attendance: 1,666                                 Halftime Score- Texas, 31-24; Fouled Out- none; Technicals - none;         Attendance: 1,680
Score by Periods 1st       2nd      Total                               Officials- Lisa Jones, Todd Apo, Derik LaBenz; Attendance: 1,755
Virginia            41       45       86                                Score by Periods 1st        2nd     Total                                  Score by Periods 1st        2nd       Total
#21/22 Texas        34       49       83                                #21/22 Texas         31      41       72                                   #21/22 Texas      31         28        59
                                                                        Kentucky             24      36       60                                   UAB               23         26        49
RECAP: Sophomore guard Monica Wright (23 points) and junior
center Aisha Mohammed (22 points) combined for 45 points and            RECAP: Sophomore Brittainey Raven scored a game-high 18                    RECAP: Led by a game-high 21 points from Brittainey Raven,
16 rebounds, to lift Virginia to an 86-83 victory over No. 21 Texas     points and was followed by junior Ashley Lindsey who added a               No. 21 Texas registered a 59-49 victory over UAB in the fifth-
in the first round of the Jack in the Box Wahine Classic. The tour-     career-high 16 points to go with four blocks, as No. 21 Texas reg-         place game of the Wahine Classic, giving Longhorns head coach
ney is an eight-team, three-day competition at Stan Sheriff Center      istered a 72-60 victory over Kentucky in consolation second round          Gail Goestenkors her 400th career victory in the process.
on the University of Hawaii campus, and concludes Nov. 25.              play at the Jack in the Box Wahine Classic.                                Goestenkors became the fourth fastest coach in Division I
Texas is making its fourth appearance at the Wahine Classic, and             Texas, now 1-1 in the tourney, advances to the fifth-place            women’s basketball history to notch 400 wins, as she reached the
is now 8-2 in all-time Wahine play.                                     game against UAB. UAB (2-3), defeated Lipscomb 67-51 in the                milestone in 501 games. Goestenkors, in her 16th year of colle-
     Texas was paced by freshman guard Kathleen Nash with 18            other consolation round game in the eight-team tourney.                    giate head coaching overall and her first at Texas, now stands
points, while redshirt sophomore forward Earnesia Williams and               Raven and Lindsey were joined in double-figure scoring by             400-101 in her illustrious career.
sophomore guard Brittainey Raven each added 15 points.                  forward Earnesia Williams (12 points). Senior guard Erneisha                     Texas received 11 points from redshirt sophomore Carla
Williams’ 15 points were a season high. Rounding out UT’s dou-          Bailey pulled down a game-high and career-high tying 11                    Cortijo and a nine-point, game-high and season-high 11
ble-digit scorers was senior Erneisha Bailey (12 points).               rebounds to aid the attack.                                                rebounds from junior post Ashley Lindsey.
     The Longhorns were hurt by turnovers (25), as UVa scored                Texas never trailed in the game, jumping out to a 13-3 lead.                UAB (2-4) was held to 25.7 percent shooting by a Longhorn
28 points off UT’s turnovers. Texas, already with just a nine-play-     The closest Kentucky would get in the contest was one point, 19-           defense which forced 16 turnovers. UAB’s second and third lead-
er roster of healthy players, had three of its starters foul out late   18, on two free throws by guard Samantha Mahoney with 8:30 left            ing scorers on the year – Crystal McFadden (17.0 ppg) and Jones
in the game (Ashley Lindsey, Bailey and Kat Nash).                      in the half. The Longhorns then scored the next six points on a            (14.0 ppg) - were held to a combined 6-for-31 from the field.
      With 1:46 to play, UT took the lead for only the second time      Bailey steal and layup and two short jumpers by Lindsey, to push                 Texas led by as many as 11 (34-23) early in the second half
in the game, 77-76, when point guard Carla Cortijo converted on         the lead to 25-18 with 5:07 to go. After Kentucky’s Amani Franklin         before the Blazers cut the Longhorns lead to two points, 40-38,
two of three free throws when she was fouled attempting a three-        hit a jumper to bring the Wildcats to within five, 25-20, UT               on a Christon Ingram layup and free throw with nine minutes to
pointer. The final 1:46 turned into a free throw contest, with Texas    responded with six unanswered points again, aided by a Lindsey             go. At that point, Raven took over, scoring seven straight points
going 5-for-7 and Virginia going 7-for-9 from the foul line.            layup and block, and led 31-20 with 1:42 left in the half. Texas           on two jumpers and a 3-pointer from the wing, to push UT’s lead
     Two free throws by UVa’s Paulisha Kellum gave the Cavaliers        took a 31-24 lead into halftime.                                           to nine, 47-38, with 4:41 left. A layup by UAB’s Amanda Scott cut
the lead for good, the lead for good, 80-78, with 57 seconds left.           In the second half, Kentucky cut UT’s lead to five points, 53-        the lead to nine (47-40) 18 seconds later before Lindsey scored
Kellum then picked off a UT pass, as UT turned the ball over on a       48, on a Victoria Dunlop layup with 7:25 to go. UT countered with          underneath and Earnesia Williams added two free throws to
second consecutive possession. Although Kellum missed a fast-           a Carla Cortijo fastbreak layup, and a Cortijo steal on Kentucky’s         push the lead back to 11, 51-40.
break layup attempt, Wright was fouled on the rebound attempt           next possession led to a Raven fastbreak layup as UT pushed its                  UAB fought back, cutting the lead to five, 51-46 on a jumper
and converted one of two free throws for an 81-78 lead.                 lead to 57-48 with 6:12 remaining. Kentucky challenged again,              by Britney Jones with 1:02 to go before Cortijo sank four straight
     UT’s Kristen Nash was fouled on UT’s next possession and           cutting UT’s lead to six (59-53) on a Mahoney layup with 4:51 to           free throws in one-and-one situations to give UT the 55-46 edge
she sank one of two free throws to cut the lead to 81-79 with 28        go. Again, Texas answered with three straight baskets sand-                with 44 seconds left to seal the win.
seconds left. Kellum again was fouled, made one shot for an 82-         wiched around a UK turnover and missed shot, pushing the lead                    The Longhorns survived a tough shooting night from the floor
79 edge. Texas did not convert on its next trip and the game was        to 12, 65-53, on another Raven fastbreak layup with 3:39 left.             (hitting 32 percent of their shots) by relying on solid free throw
sealed when Cavalier reserve Kelly Hartig scored her only basket             For the fifth game in a row, the Longhorns out-rebounded the          shooting and rebounding. UT was 18 for 21 from the foul line,
of the game on a layup for an 84-79 lead with nine seconds left.        opposition. UT held a 45-39 edge on the boards against the                 including a 12-for-13 effort in the final half. Texas also held a 51-
     Virginia led in points in the paint (46-38) and points off         Wlldcats. Mahoney (12 points, 4-15 in FG’s) led UK, a day after            45 edge on the boards. UAB went nine-for-15 from the free throw
turnovers (28-19). UT was 6-10 in 3-pointers (UVa was 0-0) and          she had scored a career-high 29 points against Minnesota.                  line. Texas turned the ball over 19 times to UAB’s 16. Both teams
Texas held a 32-30 edge in rebounding.                                                                                                             had six steals.
TEXAS BASKETBALL BOX SCORES/GAME RECAPS (Games #7-9)
                             GAME #7                                                                      GAME #8                                                                     GAME #9
            #24/25 Texas 76, UT Arlington 60                                  #22/25 Texas 91, Sam Houston State 41                                       #22/25 Texas 88, TAMU-Corpus Christi 41
     Nov. 29, 2007: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas                          Dec. 2, 2007: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas                       Dec. 8, 2007: American Bank Center, Corpus Christi, Texas
VISITORS: UT ARLINGTON (3-2)                                             VISITORS: SAM HOUSTON STATE (1-7)                                           VISITORS: TEXAS (7-2)
 # PLAYER       FG 3FG FT R PF                TP    A TO BL ST MIN        # PLAYER       FG 3FG FT R PF TP                     A TO BL ST MIN         # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN
32 S. Martin    2-4 0-1 4-4 4 5                8    0 1 3 0 17           24 W. Smith    3-13 0-0 6-10 4 1 12                   0 2 1 1 27            00 E. Williams   4-7 0-0 3-4 4 1 11 0 3 2 2 18
50 E. Dixon     2-6 0-0 0-2 12 4               4    0 5 0 1 23           30 B. Harris   2-11 0-4 1-2 0 2 5                     0 1 0 0 30            03 C. Cortijo    3-5 2-3 1-1 3 0 9 5 0 1 5 30
24 T. Riles     3-6 0-0 2-2 7 2                8    1 2 1 0 24           40 L. Bennett   2-2 0-0 0-0 3 2 4                     0 0 0 0 12            35 A. Lindsey    3-8 0-0 0-0 7 4 6 2 1 0 0 22
10 M. Abanobi   4-9 2-2 0-0 1 2               10    0 2 0 0 33           31 L. Gonzales 5-16 2-6 0-0 9 2 12                    0 3 2 0 35            10 B. Raven     3-10 1-3 6-8 2 2 13 3 3 1 2 26
20 T. Simmons 3-19 0-1 5-7 5 0                11    3 2 0 2 36           04 B. Brooks   1-10 1-6 0-0 3 1 3                     2 5 0 2 24            20 E. Bailey     3-6 1-4 2-2 5 2 9 5 1 0 2 35
01 K. Shofner   2-5 1-1 1-4 0 2                6    1 2 0 0 18           03 A. Hartley   0-5 0-2 0-0 0 4 0                     2 5 0 1 29            05 Kat Nash      3-7 1-5 2-2 7 1 9 1 1 0 2 18
14 M. Nelson    0-3 0-1 0-0 3 1                0    0 1 0 2      9       15 K. Sanders   0-2 0-2 0-0 1 0 0                     0 3 0 3 14            32 Kristen Nash 2-4 0-0 1-2 3 1 5 1 0 2 0 12
23 L. Duffey    1-3 1-2 0-0 1 1                3    1 0 0 1      7       32 D. Daniel    1-2 1-2 0-0 0 1 3                     0 1 0 0 13            34 C. Boyd      6-10 4-6 0-0 3 3 16 0 4 1 0 14
30 K. Grace     1-1 0-0 2-2 1 0                4    0 0 0 0      1       34 K. Ford      0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 2                     0 2 0 1 14            43 A. Cook       2-4 0-0 1-2 3 3 5 2 1 0 1 16
34 C. Champion 2-6 0-0 2-4 9 1                 6    0 2 0 2 27           55 N. Gordon    0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0                     0 1 0 0      2        44 R. Rentschler 2-3 0-0 1-2 4 1 5 1 1 0 0           9
   Team Rebounds              3                                               Team Rebounds             8                                                    Team Rebounds           8
TOTALS        20-62 4-816-25 46 18             60   6 17    6   8 200    TOTALS        15-64 4-22 7-12 29 15 41                 4 23    3   8 200    TOTALS         31-64 9-2117-23 49 18 88 20 15 7 14 200

Total FG%   1st Half: 11-23 47.8% 2nd Half: 9-39 23.1%    Game: 32.2%    Total FG%   1st Half: 6-30 20%      2nd Half: 9-34 26.5%    Game: 23.4%     Total FG%   1st Half: 15-27 55.6%   2nd Half: 16-37 43.2%     Game: 48.4%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-5 60.0% 2nd Half: 1-3 33.3%       Game: 50%      3Pt FG%     1st Half: 2-10 20%      2nd Half: 2-12 16.7%    Game: 18.2%     3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-7 42.9%     2nd Half: 6-14 42.9%      Game: 42.9%
FThrow%     1st Half: 3-7 42.9% 2nd Half: 13-18 72.2%     Game: 64.0%    FThrow%     1st Half: 0-0 0%        2nd Half: 7-10 70%      Game: 58.3%     FThrow%     1st Half: 12-13 92.3%   2nd Half: 5-10 50%        Game: 73.9%

HOME TEAM: TEXAS (5-2)                                                   HOME TEAM: TEXAS (6-2)                                                      HOME TEAM: TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI (1-7)
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN                         # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN                            # PLAYER       FG        3FG FT         R PF TP      A TO BL ST MIN
00 E. Williams   4-9 1-2 2-2 8 2 11 1 2 1 0 21                           00 E. Williams   6-8 0-0 0-0 6 3 12 1 1 0 1 20                              01 D. Green*   3-13        0-0 6-10      4 1 12       0 2 1 1 27
35 A. Lindsey 7-14 0-0 0-0 6 2 14 0 0 4 1 26                             35 A. Lindsey 5-10 0-0 2-2 6 0 12 0 1 3 3 21                                03 M. Cooper   2-11        0-4 1-2       0 2 5        0 1 0 0 30
03 C. Cortijo    3-7 1-5 5-9 2 2 12 7 6 0 4 35                           03 C. Cortijo    3-7 0-2 0-0 3 3 6 5 1 0 2 22                               05 J. Davis     2-2        0-0 0-0       3 2 4        0 0 0 0 12
10 B. Raven     7-16 1-2 1-2 9 3 16 1 1 1 2 34                           10 B. Raven     8-11 0-1 3-5 5 0 19 7 2 0 3 25                              10 N. Adams    5-16        2-6 0-0       9 2 12       0 3 2 0 35
20 E. Bailey     4-9 2-4 0-0 5 3 10 0 2 1 0 25                           20 E. Bailey     3-6 0-0 1-2 5 2 7 2 2 0 3 24                               12 L. Smith*   1-10        1-6 0-0       3 1 3        2 5 0 2 24
05 Kat Nash      1-4 0-1 2-2 4 3 4 1 1 0 0 17                            05 Kat Nash      3-9 1-2 2-2 8 0 9 0 4 0 1 21                               21 S.Montgomery*0-5        0-2 0-0       0 4 0        2 5 0 1 29
32 Kristen Nash 2-2 0-0 0-2 4 1 4 0 1 0 0            9                   32 Kristen Nash 3-3 0-0 3-4 5 3 9 2 0 1 0 18                                22 D. Torres    0-2        0-2 0-0       1 0 0        0 3 0 3 14
34 C. Boyd       1-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0           9                   34 C. Boyd       1-1 0-0 1-2 4 0 3 3 5 0 2 15                               31 S. Davidson 1-2         1-2 0-0       0 1 3        0 1 0 0 13
43 A. Cook       0-6 0-0 1-2 7 2 1 0 1 2 1 16                            43 A. Cook       3-5 0-0 2-3 2 0 8 1 1 2 2 19                               32 E. Beagle*   0-0        0-0 0-0       1 1 2        0 2 0 1 14
44 R. Rentschler 1-4 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 1 0 2 0           8                   44 R. Rentschler 2-6 0-0 2-2 4 0 6 1 1 1 0 15                               33 J. Taylor    0-0        0-0 0-0       0 1 0        0 1 0 0      2
   Team Rebounds                4                                                Team Rebounds          3                                            44 A. Scott*
TOTALS         30-73 5-1411-21 50 18 76 13 15 11 8 200                   TOTALS         37-66 1-516-22 51 11 91 22 18 7 17 200                            Team Rebounds                   8
                                                                                                                                                     TOTALS        15-64       4-22 7-12 29 15 41           4 23    3   8 200
Total FG%   1st Half: 13-43 30.2% 2nd Half: 17-30 56.7%    Game: 41.1%   Total FG%   1st Half: 17-31 54.8%   2nd Half: 20-35 57.1%     Game: 56.1%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-11 27.3% 2nd Half: 2-3 66.7%       Game: 35.7%   3Pt FG%     1st Half: 1-3 33.3%     2nd Half: 0-2      0%     Game: 20%     Total FG%   1st Half: 6-30 20%      2nd Half: 9-34 26.5%    Game: 23.4%
FThrow%     1st Half: 6-8 75.0% 2nd Half: 5-13 38.5%      Game: 52.4%    FThrow%     1st Half: 4-6 66.7%     2nd Half: 12-16 75%       Game: 73%     3Pt FG%     1st Half: 2-10 20%      2nd Half: 2-12 16.7%    Game: 18.2%
                                                                                                                                                     FThrow%     1st Half: 0-0 0%        2nd Half: 7-10 70%      Game: 58.3%
Halftime Score- Texas, 35-28; Fouled Out- Martin; Technicals -           Halftime Score- Texas, 39-14; Fouled Out- none; Technicals - none;
none; Officials- Daryl Humphrey, Bryan Enterline, Ernie Solis;           Officials- Michael Price, Clarke Stevens, Leslie Claybrook;                 Halftime Score- Texas, 39-14; Fouled Out- none; Technicals - none;
Attendance: 4,512                                                        Attendance: 4,725                                                           Officials- Michael Price, Clarke Stevens, Leslie Claybrook;
Score by Periods 1st      2nd       Total                                                                                                            Attendance: 4,725
UT Arlington         28     32       60                                  Score by Periods 1st          2nd        Total
#24/25 Texas         35     41       76                                  Sam Houston State 14           27         41                                Score by Periods 1st         2nd         Total
                                                                         #22/25 Texas      39           52         91                                #22/25 Texas      45          43          88
RECAP: Sophomore guard Brittainey Raven scored a game-                                                                                               TAMUCC            19          22          41
high 16 points and added a career-best nine rebounds, and all            RECAP: For the sixth time in eight games, the Longhorns were
Longhorns starters reached double figure scoring, as No. 24              paced by sophomore Brittainey Raven who tossed in a game-                   RECAP: Behind a career-high 16 points from redshirt sophomore
Texas defeated UT Arlington 76-60 at the Frank Erwin Center.             high 18 points and added a career-best seven assists in the 91-             guard Crystal Boyd and 13 points from sophomore guard
     Texas (5-2) won its third game in a row while limiting UT           41 win over Sam Houston State which extended UT’s win streak                Brittainey Raven, No. 22 Texas cruised to an 88-41 victory over
Arlington (3-2) to 32.3 percent shooting for the game which              to four games.                                                              Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at the American Bank Center in Corpus
included a 23 percent shooting effort in the second half. The                 Texas made 37 of 66 field goal attempts for a season-best              Christi.
Mavs made just 20 of 62 attempted field goals.                           shooting effort of 56.1 percent. Sam Houston shot 23.4 percent,                  The Longhorns won their fifth game in a row and shot 48.4
     For the first time this season, all Texas players scored in the     making 15 of 64 field goals attempted.                                      percent for the game, while limiting the Islanders (1-7) to 26 per-
game. Rounding out the double-figure scorers were junior post                 Texas limited Sam Houston State (1-7) to 23.4 percent shoot-           cent shooting accuracy.
Ashley Lindsey with 14 points, redshirt sophomore guard Carla            ing. Sam Houston turned the ball over 23 times, with UT out-scor-                UT connected on a season-high nine three-pointers, going
Cortijo (12), redshirt sophomore forward Earnesia Williams (11)          ing the Bearkats in points off turnovers by a commanding 33-10              nine-for-21 from 3-point range. Boyd accounted for four of these
                                                                         margin.                                                                     treys, as she went four-for-six from long range, easily surpassing
and senior guard Erneisha Bailey (10). Williams also pulled
down a career-best eight rebounds, while Cortijo had a game-                  UT also utilized its height advantage, as the Bearkats, whose          her former single game high of nine points, set as a freshman
best seven assists, which also tied her season high.                     tallest player was 6-0, were out-rebounded by the Longhorns, 51-            against Sam Houston State.
     Texas turned the ball over 15 times, tying its season low,          29. UT held a 52-18 advantage in the scoring in the paint.                       Texas dominated in points in the paint (a 36-10 margin) and in
while UTA committed 17 turnovers. The Longhorns dominated in                  The Longhorns jumped out to a 23-2 lead nine minutes into              points off turnovers (28-4), as Corpus Christi turned the ball over
points in the paint, outscoring the Mavs 36-24 down low and also         the game. After Sam Houston scored the game’s first basket on               22 times to UT's 15.
held a 20-12 advantage in second-chance points.                          a LaToya Bennett jumper 29 seconds into the contest, the                         This was the biggest margin of loss in the history of TAMUCC
     Texas never trailed in the game after the 4:55 mark in the first    Longhorns ran off 23 unanswered points, capped by a Kathleen                Islander basketball history. The previous biggest losses were 37
half, when UTA took its only lead, 26-25, on junior forward Erin         Nash three-pointer for the 23-2 lead with 11:11 remaining.                  points twice.
Dixon's layup. UT missed its next three shots and had a turnover              In taking the 23-2 lead, Texas connected on 10 of its first 13              Texas ran out to a 49-15 halftime lead, thanks to a 53 percent
as the Mavs pushed the lead to 28-25 on another Dixon layup              shots in the first nine minutes of play, while Sam Houston made             field goal shooting effort and a 12-for-13 performance from the foul
and Tamara Simmons free throw with 3:44 to go. Texas then                just one of its first 14 field goal attempts and had four turnovers.        line in the first 20 minutes. Texas had its best first half of free throw
ripped off 10 unanswered points to take a 35-28 lead into inter-              Joining Raven in double-figure scoring were redshirt sopho-            shooting on the year, and the 45 points scored were second-high-
mission. The 10-0 run was sparked by back-to-back three-point-           more forward Earnesia Williams and junior post Ashley                       est first-half total of the year. UT had 51 first-half point in a 94-35
ers by Williams and Bailey in the final 31 seconds.                      Lindsey, each with 12 points. Lindsey also had three blocks.                win over Lamar on Nov. 15. Texas limited TAMUCC to 23 percent
     UTA shot 48 percent from the field in the first 20 minutes,              In addition to posting a season high in field goal percentage          shooting in the first half, as the Islanders connected on just six of
while UT struggled, hitting 30 percent of its shots (13-43).             (.561), the Longhorns also had a season-high in steals (17) and             26 attempted field goals. TAMUCC also was 5-11 in free throws in
     The Longhorns came out strong to start the second half,             tied the season single-game bests for rebounds (51). UT’s 22                the period. TAMUCC turned the ball over 11 times, as Texas (eight
pushing their lead to 17 points, 47-30, with 16:43 to play on a          assists were second-highest total of the season, as the                     turnovers) held a 16-4 edge in points off turnovers.
Raven jumper. The Longhorns' 12-2 run to start the final period          Longhorns, led by Raven’s seven assists and Carla Cortijo’s five,                The closest TAMU got was 21-12 on a Shaye Montgomery 3-
was led by Lindsey, who scored six points and had three blocks           had 22 assist on 37 field goals.                                            pointer with 9:19 remaining. Texas then pushed the lead to 17, 34-
and two rebounds in that run over the first 3:17 of the period.                                                                                      17, as Cortijo nailed a short jumper with 4:06 remaining. The
     The Mavs could never get to within single digits of the                                                                                         Longhorns closed out the first half by scoring seven unanswered
Longhorns the rest of the way. Texas held the edge on the                                                                                            points on a five-for-six free throw effort and a Rachel Rentschler
boards, out-rebounding UTA 50-46.                                                                                                                    putback at the buzzer for the 26-point edge at intermission.
      TEXAS BASKETBALL BOX SCORES/GAME RECAPS (Games #10-12)

                               GAME #10                                                                  GAME #11                                                                   GAME #12
      #20/23 Texas 76, Louisiana-Lafayette 43                                #19/20 Texas 62, No. 22/21 Arizona State 51                                     #19/19 Texas 91, No. 12/13 DePaul 81
      Dec. 16, 2007: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas                          Dec. 20, 2007: Wells Fargo Arena, Tempe, Arizona                            Maggie Dixon Surf ’N Slam Classic - First Round
                                                                                                                                                           Dec. 28, 2007: Jenny Craig Arena, San Diego, Calif.
VISITORS: LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (3-5)                                        VISITORS: TEXAS (9-2)
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF TP                    A TO BL ST MIN        # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN
33 L. Bell       0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0                    0 0 0 0 18           00 E. Williams   1-5 0-1 0-0 3 4 2 0 1 0 0 16                              VISITORS: TEXAS (10-2)
20 S. Edwards    2-7 0-0 2-4 8 3 6                    0 6 1 2 34           35 A. Lindsey    4-6 0-0 1-2 9 0 10 2 0 1 0 31                              #   PLAYER             FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN
05 W. Dunlap     1-4 0-1 0-0 2 1 2                    2 6 0 0 16           03 C. Cortijo   5-16 0-4 0-2 6 1 10 7 4 0 0 35                             00   E. Williams 3-11 1-1 3-5 7 5 10 1 3 0 1 20
15 O. Charles 4-14 1-5 3-4 6 1 12                     1 2 0 1 36           10 B. Raven     7-10 0-0 4-5 5 3 18 0 3 0 2 31                             03   C. Cortijo         3-9 1-2 10-11 5 2 17 9 6 0 1 35
21 A. McDaniel 3-10 0-3 3-4 8 3 9                     1 3 0 1 26           20 E. Bailey     2-7 1-5 0-0 4 5 5 1 2 0 1 19                              35   A. Lindsey 8-12 0-0 0-0 11 2 16 0 3 2 2 34
00 B. Rodgers    0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0                    0 1 0 0      7       05 Kat Nash     4-13 0-4 2-4 9 0 10 2 0 1 0 31                             10   B. Raven         5-12 0-3 5-7 4 1 15 4 2 1 1 30
02 J. Barnes     0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0                    0 2 0 0      6       32 Kristen Nash 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 0 1 0 1           7                      20   E. Bailey          4-4 1-1 3-4 7 3 12 4 3 0 0 25
10 E. McCants 2-10 1-4 0-0 1 2 5                      5 4 0 1 24           34 C. Boyd       0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0          4                      05   Kat Nash           5-8 2-3 3-5 6 2 15 0 2 0 3 26
25 D. Clay       0-1 0-1 3-4 1 0 3                    0 0 0 1      4       43 A. Cook       2-5 0-0 0-0 4 2 4 2 0 0 0 19                              34   C. Boyd            1-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0                   6
50 K. Miller     1-5 0-0 2-5 7 2 4                    0 4 3 2 22           44 R. Rentschler 2-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 4 0 0 1 1 17                              43   A. Cook            2-3 0-0 0-0 3 2 4 0 2 0 0                   8
52 A. Valanette 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 1 2                     0 1 0 0      7               Team Rebounds           4                                          44   R. Rentschler 0-2 0-0 0-1 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 16
     Team Rebounds              9                                          TOTALS         27-65 1-15 7-13 44 20 62 12 15 3 7 200                                Team Rebounds                 8
TOTALS         14-58 2-1613-21 46 13 43               9 29     4   8 200                                                                              TOTALS             31-63 5-10 24-33 55 18 91 18 22 4 8 200
                                                                           Total FG%   1st Half: 12-33 36.4%   2nd Half: 15-32 46.9%    Game: 41.5%   Total FG% 1st Half: 17-33 51.5% 2nd Half: 14-30 46.7% Game: 49.2%
Total FG%   1st Half: 8-29 27.6%     2nd Half: 6-29 20.7%   Game: 24.1%    3Pt FG%     1st Half: 1-10 10%      2nd Half: 0-5      0%    Game: 6.7%    3Pt FG%      1st Half: 2-3 66.7%   2nd Half: 3-7 42.9% Game: 50%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 2-7 28.6%      2nd Half: 0-9 0%       Game: 12.5%    FThrow%     1st Half: 0-2 0%        2nd Half: 7-11 63.6%     Game: 53.8%   FThrow%      1st Half: 5-5 100%    2nd Half: 19-28 67.9% Game: 72.7%
FThrow%     1st Half: 5-8 62.5%      2nd Half: 8-13 61.5%   Game: 61.9%

HOME TEAM: TEXAS (8-2)                                                     HOME TEAM: ARIZONA STATE (6-5)                                             HOME TEAM: DEPAUL (10-1)
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG             FT   R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN             # PLAYER         FG 3FG FT               R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN            # PLAYER         FG 3FG FT R PF               TP   A TO BL ST MIN
00 E. Williams   2-6 0-1            3-4  5 3 7 0 0 0 0 28                  02 R. Pariseau 0-2 0-0 0-0                4 1 0 2 2 0 1 22                 14 A. Quigley    8-22 5-11 8-9 7 4             29   1 2 0 7 36
35 A. Lindsey    4-8 0-0            0-0  2 1 8 1 1 3 3 18                  20 B. January 6-13 2-5 8-9                6 3 22 5 4 0 3 35                20 N. Williams 5-11 0-0 2-6 6 4                12   1 3 3 2 24
03 C. Cortijo   6-13 2-5            0-0  4 3 14 7 2 0 3 29                 22 J. Noe         2-9 1-4 0-0             5 3 5 1 2 1 1 23                 22 M. Mitidiero   4-7 3-5 0-1 1 5              11   0 2 0 1 22
10 B. Raven     5-15 0-3            2-2  5 1 12 6 3 0 8 30                 33 S. Dosty       1-5 0-0 2-4             5 4 4 1 2 2 0 24                 23 C. Smith       1-3 1-2 0-0 3 2               3   0 1 1 1 14
20 E. Bailey     3-7 2-6            0-0  4 3 8 1 1 0 1 19                  34 L. Lauren     5-11 0-1 0-1            10 0 10 0 1 0 0 32                32 D. Naughton 5-14 2-5 2-2 6 2                14   4 1 0 1 29
05 Kat Nash      2-8 0-3            0-0  9 1 4 4 2 0 1 24                  10 N. Fanaika     0-1 0-1 0-0             2 1 0 0 1 0 0        7           02 T. Pikes       0-2 0-1 0-0 1 0               0   0 1 0 0      6
32 Kristen Nash 0-1 0-0             0-0  1 1 0 0 1 0 0        8            11 K. Engelbrecht 1-4 0-0 2-4             1 0 4 4 3 0 1 30                 05 E. Cattell     1-2 0-0 0-0 2 1               2   0 1 0 0      5
34 C. Boyd       3-8 3-5            0-0  3 2 9 1 3 0 1 11                  21 K. Murphy      0-1 0-0 0-0             0 0 0 0 1 0 0        5           12 C. Threatt     1-6 1-3 1-2 1 3               4   3 0 0 1 25
43 A. Cook       3-5 0-0            2-2  3 3 8 1 3 2 2 18                  23 K. Thompson 3-6 0-0 0-0                1 4 6 0 1 0 1 13                 21 C. Johnson     0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0               0   0 0 0 0      1
]44R. Rentschler 3-5 0-0            0-0  3 0 6 0 0 2 0 15                  30 G. Fage        0-0 0-0 0-0             0 0 0 1 0 0 0        5           24 E. Carney     3-10 0-0 0-2 10 4              6   2 2 0 2 26
        Team Rebounds                    3                                 32 B. Tobin       0-0 0-0 0-0             0 0 0 0 0 0 0        4           33 H. Medley      0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0               0   0 0 0 0      2
TOTALS         31-76 7-23           7-8 42 18 76 21 16 7 19 200                 Team Rebounds                        8                                41 F. Chester     0-4 0-0 0-0 2 2               0   1 1 0 0 10
                                                                           TOTALS         18-52 3-11 12-18          35 16 51 14 18 3 7 200                 Team Rebounds                4
Total FG%   1st Half: 15-40 37.5%   2nd Half: 16-36 44.4%    Game: 40.8%                                                                              TOTALS          28-81 12-27 13-22 43 27        81 12 15     4 15 200
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-9 33.3%     2nd Half: 4-14 28.6%     Game: 30.4%   Total FG%   1st Half: 7-27 25.9%    2nd Half: 11-25 44.0%   Game: 34.6%
FThrow%     1st Half: 5-6 83.3%     2nd Half: 2-2 100%       Game: 87.5%   3Pt FG%     1st Half: 2-8 25%       2nd Half: 1-3 33.3%     Game: 27.3%    Total FG%   1st Half: 11-32 34.4%   2nd Half: 17-49 34.7% Game: 34.6%
                                                                           FThrow%     1st Half: 8-10 80%      2nd Half: 4-8 50%       Game: 66.7%    3Pt FG%     1st Half: 5-12 41.7%    2nd Half: 7-15 46.7% Game: 44.4%
Halftime Score- Texas, 38-23; Fouled Out- none; Technicals - none;                                                                                    FThrow%     1st Half: 3-7 42.9%     2nd Half: 10-15 66.7% Game: 59.1%
Officials- Cameron Inouye, Ernie Solis, Leslie Claybrook;                  Halftime Score- Texas, 25-24; Fouled Out- Bailey; Technicals -
Attendance: 5,051                                                          none; Officials- Scotty Hermann, Gator Parrish, Lisa Jones;                Halftime Score- Texas, 41-30; Fouled Out- E. Williams, Mitidiero;
                                                                           Attendance: 4,301                                                          Technicals - none; Officials- Chuck Gonzalez, Penny Davis, Bret
Score by Periods 1st          2nd         Total                                                                                                       Gervasoni; Attendance: 1,570
Louisiana-Lafayette 23         20          43                              Score by Periods 1st          2nd        Total                             Score by Periods 1st        2nd     Total
#22/25 Texas        38         38          76                              #19/21 Texas       25          37         62                               #19/19 Texas        41        50     91
                                                                           #21/22 Arizona St. 24          27         51                               #12/13 DePaul       30        51     81
RECAP: Texas used a 43-14 edge in points off turnovers and a
season-high 19 steals en route to the 76-43 victory over Louisiana-        RECAP: Behind 18 points from sophomore Brittainey Raven, 10                RECAP: For the first time this season, the No. 19 Texas women’s
                                                                           points and a team-high nine rebounds from freshman Kat Nash,               basketball team had six players in double-figure scoring, led by
Lafayette in Austin.
                                                                           and 10 points from sophomore redshirt point guard Carla Cortijo,           17 points from redshirt sophomore point guard Carla Cortijo and
     Texas guards Carla Cortijo and Brittainey Raven led the way
                                                                           No. 19 Texas women's basketball defeated No. 22 Arizona State,             a double-double (16 points, game-high 11 rebounds) from junior
for the Longhorns, with redshirt sophomore point guard Cortijo net-
ting game-highs of 14 points and seven assists. Raven scored 12            62-51 in Tempe.                                                            Ashley Lindsey, en route to a 91-81 upset victory over No. 12
points and added a game-high and career-best eight steals, with                 Texas moves to 9-2 with its seventh straight win, while               DePaul in the first round of the Maggie Dixon Surf ‘N Slam
seven of those thefts in the first half. Those eight steals were the       Arizona drops to 6-5. Texas is now 1-1 against the Top 25.                 Classic tournament. The win extends UT’s (10-2) win streak to
most by a UT player this season. Raven rounded out her complete                 The contest was tied only once, at 37-all with 12:10 to go            eight games as the Longhorns hand DePaul (10-1) its first defeat
game with five rebounds and six assists.                                   before the Longhorns took over the contest behind Raven and                of the year. DePaul had entered the game as one of four unbeat-
     Texas remains undefeated (5-0) at home and produced its               Nash. Texas raced off to a 19-5 run over the next 6:53, paced by           en Division I teams in the country. Texas, defending Surf ’N Slam
sixth straight win. Texas held UL (3-5) to 24 percent shooting in the      eight points and three rebounds from Nash and six points from              champion, advances to the finals to face host San Diego, which
game. Louisiana-Lafayette turned the ball over 29 times, tying a           Raven in the run, and led 56-42 with 5:17 to play.                         Texas stopped last year (73-45) in the finals. San Diego stopped
season-high for turnovers by a UT opponent, and connected on                    The Longhorns shot 47 percent in the second half, making 27           Appalachian State, 79-60, in this year’s first round.
just 14 of 58 attempted field goals.                                       of 65 shots. UT held ASU to 35 percent shooting for the game.                   Joining Cortijo and Lindsey in double-figure scoring were
     Texas scored more than half of its points off turnovers, as                For the 10th time in 11 games, UT out-rebounded its oppo-             freshman guard Kat Nash and sophomore guard Brittainey
UT's 43 points off turnovers were a season-high. Texas shot 41             nents. Texas had 44 rebounds to ASU's 35. UT turned the ball               Raven, each with 15 points, senior guard Erneisha Bailey (12
percent (31-76) which included a seven-for-23 effort from three-           over 15 times, while ASU made 18 turnovers.                                points) and 10 points from sophomore Earnesia Williams.
point range, with those seven treys made the second-highest sin-                Raven was 7-for-10 from the floor and added five rebounds             Lindseys double-double was the second by a UT player this year,
gle game total of the season. UT had nine treys (Dec. 8) in the 88-        and two steals to the winning effort. Nash, who was 0-7 from the           and the first for Lindsey since she had three as a rookie.
41 win over TAMU-Corpus Christi.                                           floor in the first half, scored all of her points off the bench in the          Texas is now 2-1 against the Top 25 and has defeated Top 25
     Redshirt sophomore Crystal Boyd went three-for-five from              second half.                                                               teams in back-to-back games - with both contests on the road.
long range to add nine points. Freshman guard Kat Nash came                     The first half saw Texas shoot 36.4 percent (12-33), while the             Up by 11 at intermission (41-30), the Longhorns pushed its
off the bench to grab a game-high nine rebounds.                           Sun Devils managed to make just 26 percent of their field goals,           lead to 22, 73-51 on an Aubry Cook jumper with 9:02 to go.
     For the first time this year, the Longhorns were out-rebounded,       (seven-for-27). UT hit its first four shots, and four of its first six,    DePaul countered with a big run, out-scoring the Longhorns 18-5
as UL held a slight 46-42 edge on the boards.                              including an Erneisha Bailey three-pointer, and led 11-0 with 3:31         over the next 5:19 to cut UT’s advantage to nine, 78-69, when
     With Texas up 15 at halftime (38-23), UL scored the first points      gone in the contest. ASU, 0-for-6 with two turnovers to start the          Allie Quigley (27 points) nailed her fourth 3-pointer of the game
of the half on a Sonora Edwards jumper before the Longhorns                game, came back to within seven, 13-6, on a Kirsten Thompson               with 3:43 remaining. A Nash free throw gave UT a double-digit
immediately pulled away and never let the Ragin' Cajuns get any            layup before UT pushed the lead back to nine, 15-6, on an Aubry            lead again, 79-69, and on DePaul’s next possession, Nash stole
closer. UT scored eight of the next 10 points and led by 21, 48-           Cook spinning layup with 10:20 to go. The Sun Devils then went             the ball and UT finished the play with a Lindsey layup for an 81-
276, on a Raven layup with 16:07 remaining. Over the next six-             on an 18-10 run over the next 10 minutes and took their first lead         69 edge with 2:45 to go. DePaul cut the lead to nine, 85-76, on a
plus minutes, Texas out-scored Louisiana-Lafayette 11-4, and led           of game, 24-23, on guard Briann January's three-pointer from the           Deidre Naughton 3-pointer before Texas sealed the game by
59-31 with 10:53 to go.                                                    wing with 2:12 left. Texas would score only two points in the final        going eight-for-eight from the foul line in the final 1:49.
     UL went 13-for-21 in free throws, while Texas was seven-for-          3:52, but those points gave UT the lead at intermission, 25-24, as              UT shot 49.2 percent and limited DePaul to 34.6 percent
eight from the line. Louisiana also was two-for-16 in 3-pointers.          freshman Rachel Rentschler scored on a putback with one sec-               shooting accuracy. UT went 24-33 from the foul line and DePaul
                                                                           ond left in the period - on UT’s third shot in the possession.             was 13-22.
     TEXAS BASKETBALL BOX SCORES/GAME RECAPS (Games #13-15)
                              GAME #13                                                                   GAME #14                                                                    GAME #15
            #19/19 Texas 81, San Diego 79                                         #16/17 Texas 91, UT-Pan American 41                                               Nebraska 56, #15/15 Texas 45
     Maggie Dixon Surf ’N Slam Classic - Championship                             Jan. 4, 2008: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas                              Jan. 9, 2008: Devaney Center, Lincoln, Neb.
     Dec. 30, 2007: Jenny Craig Arena, San Diego, Calif.
                                                                            VISITORS: TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN (8-8)                                         VISITORS: TEXAS (12-3, 0-1)
VISITORS: TEXAS (11-2)                                                       # PLAYER          FG     3FG       FT R PF TP        A TO BL ST MIN        # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT              R PF TP      A TO BL ST MIN
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT               R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN             13 J. Walker       0-1     0-1      0-0 0 2 0         0 0 0 0 11           00 E. Williams   0-9 0-2 0-0            1 2 0        2 1 0 3 20
00 E. Williams 5-10 1-1 3-3              5 3 14 0 0 0 1 28                  52 A. Grigsby      1-5     0-2      2-4 2 4 4         1 2 0 0 25           05 Kat Nash      3-8 1-3 2-2            5 3 9        1 1 0 0 32
03 C. Cortijo   5-12 1-3 0-0             1 4 11 5 1 0 1 34                  24 R. Garrett      0-0     0-0      0-0 0 0 0         0 1 0 0      3       35 A. Lindsey    2-8 0-1 0-2           11 3 4        1 4 7 1 36
35 A. Lindsey 9-13 0-0 0-0              10 2 18 0 2 6 0 34                  03 T. Wilson       4-8     1-3      0-0 4 0 9         1 5 0 2 24           10 B. Raven     5-19 0-1 8-9            8 1 18       0 5 2 1 36
10 B. Raven     8-17 1-3 6-6             8 1 23 7 4 0 0 36                  10 L. Gray       8-17      5-9      0-0 5 2 21        1 3 1 4 36           20 E. Bailey     3-6 1-3 0-0            4 4 7        1 2 0 4 24
20 E. Bailey    2-11 1-3 2-2             4 3 7 2 1 0 1 26                   05 J. Sessions     0-0     0-0      0-0 1 0 0         0 0 0 1      3       03 C. Cortijo    0-0 0-0 0-0            1 0 0        1 4 0 1      8
05 Kat Nash      1-4 0-0 0-0             6 2 2 0 1 0 0 23                   14 M. Cottrell     0-3     0-2      0-0 1 0 0         0 1 0 0      4       34 C. Boyd       0-6 0-2 0-0            4 4 0        1 2 0 0 21
34 C. Boyd       1-1 0-0 0-0             1 0 2 0 0 0 0        3             15 T. Vaughn       0-3     0-2      0-0 1 0 0         2 0 0 0 11           43 A. Cook       0-2 0-0 0-0            1 4 0        0 1 0 1      9
43 A. Cook       0-1 0-0 2-2             1 0 2 0 1 0 0        6             21 D. Kostacky 0-0         0-0      0-0 1 1 0         0 0 0 0      4       44 R. Rentschler 3-4 1-2 0-0            2 1 7        0 0 1 1 12
44 R. Rentschler 1-1 0-0 0-0             1 0 2 0 1 0 0 11                   23 T. Winfrey      0-1     0-1      0-0 1 0 0         0 2 0 0      3          Team Rebounds                        2
        Team Rebounds                    5                                  25 R. Jean         1-4     0-0      0-0 5 3 2         2 2 1 0 24           TOTALS         16-62 3-14 10-13        40 22 45      7 20 10 12 200
TOTALS         32-70 4-10 13-13         42 14 81 14 12 6 3 200              30 L. Woodard      1-4     0-0      0-0 1 1 2         0 1 0 0 14
                                                                            31 T. Schneider 0-0        0-0      0-0 1 1 0         1 3 0 0      7       Total FG%   1st Half: 8-33 24.2%   2nd Half: 8-29 27.6%    Game: 25.8%
Total FG%   1st Half: 18-35 51.4%   2nd Half: 14-35 51.5%   Game: 45.7%     32 M. Erlingsdottir 2-7    0-2      1-2 2 1 5         0 1 1 0 19           3Pt FG%     1st Half: 2-6 33.3%    2nd Half: 1-8 12.5%     Game: 21.4%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-7 42.9%     2nd Half: 1-3 33.3%     Game: 40%       33 C. Ramirez      0-1     0-1      0-0 0 2 0         1 3 0 0 12           FThrow%     1st Half: 1-2 50%      2nd Half: 9-11 81.8%    Game: 76.9%
FThrow%     1st Half: 2-2 100%      2nd Half: 11-11 100%    Game: 100%         Team Rebounds                      2
                                                                            TOTALS         17-54      6-23      3-6 26 17 43      9 25     3   7 200   HOME TEAM: NEBRASKA (12-3, 1-0)
                                                                                                                                                        # PLAYER         FG      3FG    FT     R PF TP      A TO BL ST MIN
HOME TEAM: SAN DIEGO (8-5)                                                  Total FG%   1st Half: 8-23 34.8%    2nd Half: 9-31 29.0%     Game: 31.5%   23 K. Griffin   3-13       0-0  7-8    10 2 13       0 3 1 2 25
 # PLAYER       FG 3FG FT R PF                  TP A TO BL ST MIN           3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-7 42.9%     2nd Half: 3-16 18.8%     Game: 26.1%   52 D. Page       2-7       0-0  2-4     7 1 6        0 3 3 1 26
02 A. Rego     6-13 0-1 10-10 8 2               22 11 3 0 3 38              FThrow%     1st Half: 1-2 50%       2nd Half: 2-4 50.0%      Game: 50.0%   22 Y. Turner     3-6       0-1  3-4     5 1 9        0 3 0 6 23
03 B. Estell    1-7 1-3 1-2 2 2                  4 1 0 0 0 20                                                                                          24 D. Kelley     0-3       0-0  3-4     7 1 3        4 3 0 0 22
21 A. Sprague 10-19 1-1 2-2 3 2                 23 2 1 1 0 35               HOME TEAM: TEXAS (12-2)                                                    32 T. Hester     0-4       0-0  0-0     1 5 0        2 2 0 0 16
24 S. Child     4-8 0-1 2-2 2 1                 10 0 1 1 0 34                # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN                          05 K. Burke      2-7       0-3  0-0     1 2 4        1 3 0 2 26
32 K. Herman    4-9 0-0 0-0 1 0                  8 0 2 2 0 28               00 E. Williams   2-5 1-2 1-2 5 0 6 1 0 1 4 21                              11 N. Neals      1-2       0-0  0-0     0 0 2        1 0 0 0      9
50 M. Henderson 3-6 1-4 0-0 2 3                  7 0 1 0 0 14               03 C. Cortijo    1-2 1-1 0-0 2 0 3 1 0 0 2          5                      13 K. Kuhlmann 3-7         0-1  1-2     6 1 7        0 2 0 0 24
55 K. Mangrum 2-5 0-0 1-2 7 3                    5 0 0 0 2 31               35 A. Lindsey    6-9 0-0 1-2 2 1 13 0 2 0 1 18                             40 C. Montgomery 5-13      0-2  0-0     6 1 10       1 1 1 0 20
     Team Rebounds              9                                           10 B. Raven     5-10 1-3 0-0 3 0 11 4 0 0 2 25                             42 N. Bober      1-3       0-0  0-1     6 1 2        0 0 1 2      9
TOTALS        30-67 3-10 16-18 34 13             79 14      8   4   5 200   20 E. Bailey     4-5 1-2 2-2 4 1 11 5 1 0 2 25                                Team Rebounds                  2
                                                                            05 Kat Nash      4-8 3-5 0-0 7 1 11 4 2 0 0 22                             TOTALS         20-65       0-7 16-23   55 15 56      9 20     6 13 200
Total FG%   1st Half: 13-34 38.2%   2nd Half: 17-33 51.5% Game: 44.8%       34 C. Boyd       2-4 0-2 0-0 2 1 4 1 2 0 1 19
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 2-7 28.6%     2nd Half: 1-3 33.3% Game: 30%           43 A. Cook       3-9 0-0 4-5 10 2 10 1 3 0 3 19                            Total FG%   1st Half: 7-36 19.4%   2nd Half: 13-29 44.8%    Game: 30.8%
FThrow%     1st Half: 7-9 77.9%     2nd Half: 9-9 100% Game: 88.9%          44 R. Rentschler 3-5 0-0 3-4 3 1 9 2 0 0 0 16                              3Pt FG%     1st Half: 0-5 0%       2nd Half: 0-2     0%     Game: 0%
                                                                                    Team Rebounds           2                                          FThrow%     1st Half: 3-5 60%      2nd Half: 13-18 72.2%    Game: 69.6%
Halftime Score- Texas, 41-35; Fouled Out- none; Technicals - none;          TOTALS         35-69 7-1714-20 49 9 91 21 13 1 16 200
Officials- Penny Davis, Karen Lasuik, Shelley Nakasone;                                                                                                Halftime Score- Texas, 19-17; Fouled Out- Hester; Technicals -
Attendance: 860                                                             Total FG%   1st Half: 20-34 58.8%    2nd Half: 15-35 42.9%   Game: 50.7%   none; Officials- Lisa Mattingly, Clarke Stevens,. Eric Brewton;
                                                                            3Pt FG%     1st Half: 5-11 45.5%     2nd Half: 2-6 33.3%     Game: 41.2%   Attendance: 3,689
                                                                            FThrow%     1st Half: 6-11 54.5%     2nd Half: 8-9 88.9%     Game: 70.0%
Score by Periods 1st          2nd       Total
                                                                                                                                                       Score by Periods 1st         2nd       Total
#19/19 Texas      41           40        81
                                                                            Halftime Score- Texas, 51-20; Fouled Out- none; Technicals - none;         #15/15 Texas      19          26        45
San Diego         35           44        79                                 Officials- Lawson Newton, Charles Gonzalez, Peter Contreras;               Nebraska          17          39        56
                                                                            Attendance: 4,988
RECAP: A driving 8-foot shot by All-Tournament Team point
                                                                            Score by Periods 1st         2nd        Total
                                                                                                                                                       RECAP: In the Big 12 season opener for both squads, Nebraska
guard Carla Cortijo with 3.7 seconds left in the game lifted No.                                                                                       used a 45 percent shooting accuracy in the second half, while
19 Texas to a dramatic 81-79 victory over host San Diego in the             UT-Pan American 20            23         43
                                                                            #19/19 Texas      51          40         91                                Texas struggled with its worst offensive showing of the year, as
championship game of the Maggie Dixon Surf ‘N Slam Classic at                                                                                          the Huskers stopped the 15th-ranked Longhorns, 56-45. Texas
the Jenny Craig Pavilion.                                                                                                                              was hurt by cold shooting all game long, as the Longhorns made
                                                                            RECAP: All 11 players scored for No. 16 ranked Texas, with five
 Texas, now 11-2, pushes its win streak to nine games. The loss             of them reaching double-figure scoring, as the Longhorns extend-           a season-low 16 field goals and ended the game shooting 25.8
snapped San Diego's (8-5) four-game win streak. That nine-game              ed their win streak to 10 games with the 91-43 homecourt win.              percent, a season low.
win streak is the longest for Texas since midway through the                UT moves to 6-0 at home. The last time Texas won 10-plus                        There were 11 lead changes and three ties in the game.
2003-04 season.                                                             games in a row happened during the 2002-03 Final Four season                    UT had only one player in double-figure scoring, as sopho-
 Cortijo netted 11 total points and was joined on the All-                  when UT (30-5) won 17 straight down the stretch. The last time             more guard Brittainey Raven had a game-high 18 points to go
Tournament Team by sophomore guard Brittainey Raven who                     Texas won just 10 in a row was during the 1995-96 season UT                with eight rebounds. Freshman guard Kat Nash added nine
pumped in a career-high 23 points to go with eight rebounds and             (21-9) won 10 straight throughout February and into March in the           points and five boards, while junior post Ashley Lindsey pulled
a team-high seven assists, and junior post Ashley Lindsey who               final Southwest Conference regular season of play.                         down a game-high 11 rebounds and had a career-best seven
collected her second double-double of the two-game tourney with                   UT-Pan American was limited to 31.5 percent shooting. The            blocks (one more than her prior high).
18 points and a game-high 10 rebounds. Lindsey also added a                 Longhorns had five players in double-digit scoring for the second               Texas led at intermission, 19-17, as UT was 8-33 from the
season-high tying six blocks. Sophomore forward Earnesia                    time this season, led by 13 points from junior post Ashley                 field in the first 20 minutes and Nebraska made just seven of 36
Williams added 14 points to the winning effort.                             Lindsey and 11 points apiece from senior guard Erneisha                    shots (19.4 percent). Those 19 and 17 points were the fourth-low-
     The Longhorns led the entire game until the final two min-             Bailey, sophomore guard Brittainey Raven and freshman guard                est point totals ever in a first half for both programs.
utes, as the Toreros took their first lead, 74-73, on a jumper by                                                                                           Nebraska was able to counter in the final half by raising its
                                                                            Kat Nash. Junior post Aubry Cook came off the bench to log her
junior post Amber Sprague with 2:04 to play. A Raven driving                first career double-double with 10 points and a career-high 10             shooting accuracy to 45 percent and going 13-for-18 from the
layup gave UT the lead back, 75-74, and after a USD missed                  rebounds in just 19 minutes of play.                                       free throw line. UT, despite making nine of 11 free throws in the
shot, Raven hit both ends of a one-and-one for a 77-74 UT lead                    UTPA turned the ball over 25 times to UT’s 13 turnovers.             last half, shot 28 percent and was out-rebounded by a 31-25 mar-
with 1:04 to go. Sprague then nailed a short jumper to pull USD             Those 13 TO’s by Texas were the second lowest team total of the            gin in the last 20 minutes.
to within one (77-76) 14 seconds later. On UT’s next possession,            year. Texas held a commanding 35-11 edge in points off TO’s.                    In the second half, Nebraska took the lead for good, 31-30 on
Cortijo found Raven on a backdoor cut for the 79-76 UT edge.                      Texas jumped out to an immediate lead, hitting seven of its          a Cory Montgomery jumper with 12:41 left. That started a 13-0
     USD senior point guard Amanda Rego then tied it with a                 first 10 shots and two free throws for a 19-0 lead just 4:33 into          Husker run over the next 3:21 as Texas missed five shots and
three-point play (layup and free throw) with 21 seconds left. USD           the game. Raven notched seven of those 19 points. In that                  had two turnovers in that span as NU built its lead to 42-30. The
called a timeout after the foul shot. Texas inbounded the ball on           stretch, the Lady Broncs never got untracked, turning the ball             closest Texas got down the stretch was nine points, 43-34, on a
the baseline and Cortijo brought the ball upcourt and used a                over eight times while missing their first three shots. UTPA got on        Rachel Rentschler layup with 5:53 left. Nebraska then countered
screen by Lindsey before driving the middle of the lane to score            the board when senior guard LeKeisha Gray (game-high 21                    with seven unanswered points (5-5 in free throws and a layup) to
with 3.7 seconds left for the victory. Rego tried a desperation 3-          points) hit a three-pointer with 15:14 to go to make it 19-3. UT’s         push its lead tp 50-34 with 3:57 remaining.
pointer from half court at the buzzer, which went long.                     bigest first-half lead with 34 points (44-10) on a Rachel                       Texas starting point guard Carla Cortijo, hampered by a left
     Texas connected on 12 of its first 16 shots to start the game          Rentschler layup with 3:58 remaining.                                      shoulder injury suffered in the second half of the UTPA game,
and led 41-35 at intermission. UT finished by shooting 45.7 per-                  This was UT’s fifth game with 90-plus points. These are the          was limited in her play. She came off the bench to play just eight
cent of the game while USD connected on 44.8 percent of its                 most 90-plus point games in a single season since Texas regis-             minutes and had no points, one assist and one rebound.
shots. UT was perfect from the foul line (13-13), while USD went            tered 90 or more points five times during 2003-04. The last time                Nebraska was led by a double-double from Kelsey Griffin (13
16-for-18 in free throws. Texas out-rebounded the Toreros, 42-34.           Texas notched 90 or more points more than five times in a sea-             points/10 rebounds) and Montgomery (10 points). For just the
UT had a season-low 12 turnovers, while USD had just eight.                 son happened in 1993-94 (a total of seven times).                          second time this year, Texas was out-rebounded (55-40).
     TEXAS BASKETBALL BOX SCORES/GAME RECAPS (Games #16-18)
                              GAME #16                                                                    GAME #17                                                                 GAME #18
     Kansas State 77, #15/15 Texas 74 (OT)                                              #24/23 Texas 59, Iowa State 56                                          Texas Tech 70, No. 24/23 Texas 58
     Jan. 13, 2008: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas                            Jan. 16, 2008: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas                           Jan. 20, 2008: United Spirit Arena, Lubbock, Texas
                                                                                                                                                        VISITORS: TEXAS (13-5, 1-3)
VISITORS: KANSAS STATE (10-5, 2-0)                                          VISITORS: IOWA STATE (12-4, 1-2)                                             # PLAYER             FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF                  TP    A TO BL ST MIN        # PLAYER       FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN                            35 A. Lindsey 7-15 0-0 1-2 8 4 15 0 2 3 3 34
04 A. Sweat    7-15 3-7 3-3 5 3                  20    2 1 2 2 45           32 A. Nisleit   0-1 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 1 5 0 0 23                                05 C. Cortijo         2-9 0-2 4-7 1 4 8 9 4 0 3 39
51 M. Gipson   5-10 0-1 6-7 7 2                  16    1 3 2 0 41           05 N. Wieben    3-8 0-0 2-2 6 0 8 1 0 2 1 29                                43 A. Cook            0-2 0-0 0-2 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 10
05 S. Lehning 7-11 1-2 6-7 3 5                   21    6 8 0 2 39           04 A. Lacey    3-12 1-7 2-3 5 2 9 3 1 1 2 37                                10 B. Raven         6-19 1-6 2-3 6 4 15 1 3 0 1 32
13 K. Dietz    6-17 1-7 2-2 5 2                  15    2 5 0 1 44           10 D. Stuckey   2-6 0-2 3-4 9 4 7 2 3 0 2 31                                20 E. Bailey          1-3 0-2 3-4 3 5 5 2 2 1 5 26
41 K. Kincaid    2-4 1-3 0-0 1 2                  5    1 0 0 0 36           15 H. Ezell     3-7 2-5 0-0 3 5 8 3 3 0 0 26                                05 Kat Nash           3-6 3-5 0-0 6 1 9 2 2 0 0 34
23 S. Spani      0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0                  0    0 0 0 0      1       11 K. Bolte    8-17 2-8 2-3 9 1 20 0 2 0 2 31                               23 N. Hughes          1-4 1-1 1-2 1 3 4 0 2 0 2 15
25 D. Zanotti    0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1                  0    0 0 0 0 10           30 S. Mosman    0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0          1                        34 C. Boyd            1-3 0-1 0-0 0 0 2 2 2 0 2                 9
30 S. Wheeler    0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1                  0    0 0 0 0      4       44 J. Anderson 2-3 0-0 0-0 4 2 4 1 2 5 0 22                                 44 R. Rentschler 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                      1
44 C. McCullough 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0                  0    0 0 0 0      5            Team Rebounds             2                                            Team Rebounds                        6
     Team Rebounds            11                                            TOTALS        21-54 5-22 9-12 41 16 56 11 16 8 7 200                        TOTALS           21-62 5-1811-20 33 23 58 17 17 4 16 200
TOTALS        27-57 6-2017-19 33 16              77 12 17      4   5 225                                                                                Total FG% 1st Half: 10-28 35.7% 2nd Half: 11-34 32.4% Game: 33.9%
                                                                            Total FG%   1st Half: 9-27 33.3%    2nd Half: 12-27 44.4%   Game: 38.9%     3Pt FG%    1st Half: 2-10 20%   2nd Half: 3-8 37.5%   Game: 27.8%
Total FG%   1st Half: 13-31 41.9% 2nd Half: 13-23 56.5% Game: 47.4%         3Pt FG%     1st Half: 2-11 18.2%    2nd Half: 3-11 27.3%    Game: 22.7%     FThrow%    1st Half: 2-4 50%    2nd Half: 9-16 56.3%  Game: 55 %
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-12 25 % 2nd Half: 3-7 42.9% Game: 30%               FThrow%     1st Half: 7-8 87.5%     2nd Half: 2-4 50%       Game: 75%
FThrow%     1st Half: 5-6 83.3%   2nd Half: 8-9 88.9% Game: 89.5%                                                                                       HOME TEAM: TEXAS TECH (13-5, 1-3)
                                                                            HOME TEAM: TEXAS (13-4, 1-2)                                                 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT          R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN
HOME TEAM: TEXAS (12-4, 0-2)                                                 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT               R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN             31 A. Roberson 4-7 2-4 3-6         10 1 13 1 2 0 2 33
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF                  TP    A TO BL ST MIN       00 E. Williams   0-3 0-1 0-0             7 0 0 0 1 0 1 16                   41 D. Seals    11-16 0-0 5-9       14 4 27 3 3 3 1 38
00 E. Williams 4-11 0-2 1-1 5 2                   9    0 0 0 0 28           35 A. Lindsey    3-9 0-0 3-3             6 4 9 0 4 2 2 23                   34 E. Myrick     2-7 0-0 0-0        0 5 4 1 0 0 0 21
35 A. Lindsey 7-15 0-0 1-2 11 3                  15    0 1 3 1 35           05 C. Cortijo   6-10 1-1 0-2             4 2 13 4 1 0 2 35                  03 M. Moore      1-7 0-3 2-3        5 3 4 9 12 0 3 32
10 B. Raven     5-16 0-3 4-7 6 2                 14    4 3 0 2 39           05 Kat Nash      3-7 3-5 3-4            10 2 12 1 1 0 0 34                  23 L. Henderson 3-5 0-1 2-2         3 1 8 3 3 0 0 24
20 E. Bailey     5-9 1-4 1-2 9 3                 12    1 3 0 2 38           10 B. Raven     4-12 0-3 2-3             3 2 10 3 1 1 1 32                  13 J. Murphree 1-3 0-2 1-2          2 1 3 0 2 0 0 16
05 Kat Nash      2-7 0-4 6-6 4 4                 10    2 1 0 0 33           20 E. Bailey     2-4 1-2 0-0             2 2 5 2 1 0 2 17                   24 S. Graham     0-1 0-0 2-2        5 0 2 0 3 0 0 13
03 C. Cortijo    2-6 0-0 1-1 2 2                  5    2 3 0 1 18           32 Kristen Nash 0-0 0-0 0-0              0 0 0 0 0 0 0        2             33 A. Rumph      0-0 0-0 0-0        0 0 0 0 0 0 0        3
34 C. Boyd       1-4 1-1 0-0 4 0                  3    1 2 1 1 14           34 C. Boyd       0-4 0-2 0-0             0 0 0 0 1 0 1        3             35 R. Christian 3-5 3-5 0-1         3 0 9 1 1 0 0 20
43 A. Cook       1-2 0-0 2-2 2 2                  4    0 1 0 0 12           43 A. Cook       0-5 0-0 1-2             1 0 1 1 2 0 0 13                   Team Rebounds                       4
44 R. Rentschler 1-3 0-1 0-0 0 0                  2    0 0 0 0      8       44 R. Rentschler 1-6 0-2 2-2             3 2 4 0 0 0 0        4             TOTALS         25-51 5-15 15-25    46 15 70 18 26 3 6 200
        Team Rebounds           1                                           Team Rebounds                            2
TOTALS         28-73 2-1516-21 44 18             74 10 14      4   7 225    TOTALS         21-64 6-17 11-16         41 14 59 11 12 3 9 200              Total FG%   1st Half: 14-28 50% 2nd Half: 11-23 47.8% Game: 49%
                                                                                                                                                        3Pt FG%     1st Half: 5-12 41.7% 2nd Half: 0-3    0% Game: 33.3%
Total FG%   1st Half: 15-36 41.7%   2nd Half: 12-29 41.4%    Game: 38.4%    Total FG%   1st Half: 10-32 31.3%   2nd Half: 11-32 34.4%    Game: 32.8%    FThrow%     1st Half: 4-7 57.1%  2nd Half: 11-18 61.1% Game: 60%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 2-9 22.2%     2nd Half: 0-4      0%    Game: 13.3%    3Pt FG%     1st Half: 2-10 20%      2nd Half: 4-7 57.1%      Game: 35.3%
FThrow%     1st Half: 5-6 83.3%      2nd Half: 10-14 71.4%    Game: 76.2%   FThrow%     1st Half: 3-5 60%       2nd Half: 8-11 72.7%     Game: 68.8 %   Halftime Score- TTU, 37-24; Fouled Out- Bailey, Myrick; Technicals
                                                                                                                                                        - none; Officials- Art Bomengen, David Stewart, Laurie Porter;
Halftime Score- Texas, 37-34; Score at End of Regulation- 71-71;            Halftime Score- ISU, 27-25; Fouled Out- Ezell; Technicals - none;           Attendance: 11,937
Fouled Out- Lehning; Technicals - none; Officials- Mary Day, Barry          Officials- June Courteau, Bryan Enterline, Lawson Newton;
Roberts, Maj Forsberg; Attendance: 5,423                                    Attendance: 4,831                                                           Score by Periods 1st      2nd      Total
                                                                                                                                                        #24/23 Texas      24       34       58
Score by Periods 1st          2nd OT         Total                          Score by Periods 1st          2nd       Total                               Texas Tech        37       33       70
Kansas State      34           37  6          77                            Iowa State        27           29        56
#15/15 Texas      37           34  3          74                            #24/23 Texas      25           34        59                                 RECAP: Texas Tech junior post Dominic Seals finished with a
                                                                                                                                                        double-double, notching game-highs of 27 points and 14
RECAP: Behind game-highs of 21 points and six assists by junior             RECAP: Point guard Carla Cortijo scored a team-high 13                      rebounds, to lift Texas Tech to the 70-58 win in Lubbock.
guard Shalee Lehning, Kansas State upset No. 15 Texas, 77-74,               points, including a three-pointer and a jumper in the final two min-             Texas trapped and pressed Tech for much of the game,
in overtime at the Frank Erwin Center. The loss for the Longhorns           utes, as No. 24 Texas won its first Big 12 game in its third try by         which led to 26 Lady Raider turnovers. The Longhorns, however,
was UT’s first at home this year in seven tries. There were seven           defeating Iowa State 59-56 at the Frank Erwin Center. The game              converted just 17 points off those 26 turnovers and also were hurt
ties and three lead changes in the contest.                                 saw eight lead changes and 10 ties.                                         again by poor shooting, as UT connected on just 33.9 percent of
     Texas held a commanding 44-33 edge in rebounding, but the                     Down the stretch, the Longhorns relied on Cortijo and fresh-         its shots.
Longhorns were hurt by cold shooting, finishing the game shoot-             man guard Kat Nash who had a double-double (12 points, game-                     Seals’ 27 points were a career high and were the second-
ing 38.4 percent from the field. KSU made 47.4 percent of its               high 10 rebounds), along with sophomore guard Brittainey                    most points scored by an opposing player this season against
shots.                                                                      Raven. Nash and Raven (10 points) each made a foul shot with                Texas. The most points totaled were 29 points by DePaul guard
  Texas was paced by junior post Ashley Lindsey who turned in               20 seconds left to play, and Raven had a key block in the waning            Allie Quigley (Dec. 28).
her third double-double of the year (all in the last five games) with       seconds. The win snapped a two-game losing streak for UT.                        Texas was out-rebounded for only the third time this season,
15 points and a game-high 11 rebounds. Sophomore guard                            Iowa State, which entered the game with the nation’s second-          and UT is now 1-2 when out-rebounded. The Lady Raiders con-
Brittainey Raven (14 points), senior guard Erneisha Bailey (12              highest 3-pointers per game average (8.4) and the 10th-best 3-              trolled the boards, 46-33.
points, nine rebounds) and freshman guard Kat Nash (10 points)              point shooting team in the nation, went five-for-22 from the 3-                  After Tech led by as many as 15 points early in the second
rounded out UT’s double-figure scorers.                                     point line. ISU had been shooting 39.5% from behind the arc.                half, Texas whittled the margin down to four points, 57-53, as
     The game was tied after regulation, 71-71, when KSU sopho-                   The game was tied for the last time when Cortijo nailed a             sophomore guard Brittainy Raven hit a driving layup and a free
more forward Ashley Sweat scored on a driving layup with 17                 jumper with 1:59 left to knot the game at 54-54. After an Allison
seconds left to play. In its last possession, Texas missed two                                                                                          throw with 2:59 remaining. Carla Cortijo stole the ball and her
                                                                            Lacey layup put the Cyclones up 56-54 30 seconds later, Cortijo             outlet pass found Raven under the basket.
shots, on a short jumper by Raven and a layup attempt by Nash               gave Texas the lead for good, 57-56, when she hit a straightaway                 On Tech’s next possession, however, LaVonda Henderson
which was partially blocked by Sweat with one second remaining.             three-pointer with 1:06 remaining.                                          nailed a short jumper with 2:34 remaining, pushing the TTU lead
     In the five-minute overtime, KSU went four-for-four from the                 In its next possession, ISU missed a jump shot and Cortijo            to 59-53. Texas missed a jumper and Niqky Hughes made one of
foul line and made one of three field goal attempts, while Texas            came away with the defensive rebound. Fouled on the play,                   two free throws on UT’s next trip down the floor, closing the mar-
hit one of eight shots and its only foul shot.                              Cortijo missed the free throw, but the Cyclones then missed a               gin to 59-54 with 2:09 to go. Henderson, however, was fouled
     KSU took the lead for good, 73-71, on a Lehning layup with             three-pointer with 21 seconds left and Raven grabbed the defen-             under her own basket and sank two foul shots to give Tech a 61-
3:30 to go. Texas then missed two shots and a had a turnover as             sive board. ISU’s Heather Ezell picked up her fifth foul as she             54 edge with 1:52 to play. A free throw by Erneisha Bailey made it
the Wildcats pushed the lead to four, 75-71, on two free throws             was whistled for an intentional foul on Raven seconds later.                61-55 in Tech’s favor, but the Longhorns could get no closer
by Marlies Gipson. UT then cut the lead to one, 75-74, on a Carla                 Raven sank the first of her two free throws for a 58-56 UT            down the stretch, making just one of their final six shots and
Cortijo layup and free throw with 59 seconds left. After a KSU              edge and Texas was awarded the ball due to the intentional foul.            going one for two from the foul line.
turnover, Texas regained possession with 19 seconds left, but the           Nash was immediately fouled and went to the line, making the                     Leading the way for Texas were Raven and Cortijo who each
Longhorns missed a shot and KSU’s Kimberty Dietz was fouled.                first of her two free throws to push the lead to three, 59-56, with
     Dietz sealed the game (77-74) by hitting both her free throws                                                                                      notched 15 points. Texas was without starting forward Earnesia
                                                                            19 seconds to go. Six seconds later, ISU’s Lacey launched a
with three seconds left. At the buzzer, Raven missed a despera-                                                                                         Williams, who had started all 17 games for the Longhorns to
                                                                            three-pointer from the wing which missed. ISU regained control,             begin the year. Williams was nursing a swollen knee.
tion 3-pointer for the Longhorns which bounced off the glass.               and when Denae Stuckey attempted another trey with three sec-
     Texas had started the game with a 14-point lead, 23-9 with                                                                                              Texas trailed at the half, 37-24, and was behind for only the
                                                                            onds left, Raven blocked the shot to seal the win.                          fourth time this season after shooting just 36 percent in the first
11 minutes to play as seven different players scored early. KSU                   Both teams pulled down 41 rebounds. Texas held the advan-
then scored 25 points over the final 10 minutes, led by Sweat                                                                                           20 minutes. UT is now 1-3 when trailing at the half (1-1 in the Big
                                                                            tage in second-chance points (16-7) and points off turnovers (12-           12).
with 12 of those points and Lehning (8). UT held a 37-34 lead at            9), while ISU had the 28-18 edge in points in the paint. UT shot
intermission, with both teams hitting 41 percent of their shots.            32.8 percent while ISU made 38,9 percent of its shots.
        TEXAS BASKETBALL BOX SCORES/GAME RECAPS (Games #19-21)
                                                                                                     GAME #20                                                                    GAME #21
                              GAME #19
                                                                                            Texas 67, Missouri 37                                         No. 6/6 Baylor 61, No. 25/25 Texas 60
      Texas 70, No. 13/14 Oklahoma State 63                                    Jan. 26, 2008: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas                               Jan. 30, 2008: Ferrell Center, Waco, Texas
      Jan. 23, 2008: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
                                                                          VISITORS: MISSOURI (8-11, 1-5)                                          VISITING TEAM: TEXAS (15-6, 3-4)
VISITORS: OKLAHOMA STATE (16-2, 4-1)                                       # PLAYER       FG 3FG          FT   R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN              # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF                 TP    A TO BL ST MIN
 #   PLAYER            FG 3FG       FT   R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN           03 A. Hanneman 2-6 1-3          0-0  2 0 5 2 0 0 3 27                   00 E. Williams   2-4 1-3 0-0 6 2                 5    1 3 0 2 24
32   S. Smith          1-4 0-0      1-2   7 3 3 0 3 0 1 23                04 J. Johnson 3-10 1-3          0-0  4 5 7 3 1 1 1 22                   35 A. Lindsey 10-17 0-0 0-0 10 4                20    0 5 4 0 34
24   M. Cordero        2-6 1-2      0-0   5 3 5 1 4 2 1 27                44 S. Jones    4-11 0-0         1-4  6 2 9 0 5 1 1 34                   05 C. Cortijo   6-12 2-3 2-4 0 4                16    0 4 0 2 38
10   A. Riley        6-19 1-7       2-2   4 4 15 5 4 0 0 39               12 A. Hollins  5-15 2-7         0-0  0 3 12 1 5 0 3 33                  10 B. Raven      1-7 0-2 5-8 6 4                 7    5 6 0 2 32
13   T. Hardeman 6-8 6-8            0-0   2 4 18 2 3 0 2 32               23 R. Brown     1-1 0-0         0-0  2 3 2 2 2 0 0 15                   20 E. Bailey     1-5 0-1 3-6 7 3                 5    3 5 0 4 20
31   D. Green        7-15 0-0       0-0   6 5 14 4 4 1 1 32               10 J. Otote     1-5 0-1         0-1  1 0 2 2 1 0 0 17                   05 Kat Nash      1-3 1-2 2-2 7 4                 5    0 2 0 0 29
05   K. Hernandez 3-6 0-2           0-0   1 1 6 0 1 0 2 15                11 T. Richbow   0-0 0-0         0-0  2 1 0 0 8 0 0 25                   23 N. Hughes     0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1                 0    0 0 0 0 10
14   T. Booze          0-0 0-0      0-0   0 0 0 0 0 0 0               1   20 K. Pickens   0-0 0-0         0-2  5 1 0 0 1 0 0 11                   34 C. Boyd       0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0               0    0 0 0 0      1
33   M. Byford         0-0 0-0      2-2   1 2 2 0 0 0 0               6   25 N. Wilson    0-0 0-0         0-2  2 1 0 0 0 0 0        3             43 A. Cook       1-2 0-0 0-0 0 2                 2    0 1 0 0      7
40   S. Spears         0-1 0-0      0-0   5 1 0 1 1 1 1 18                32 M. Scott     0-0 0-0         0-0  2 1 0 1 0 1 0 13                   44 R. Rentschler 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0                 0    0 0 0 1      5
45   A. Richardson 0-0 0-0          0-0   0 0 0 0 0 0 1               7        Team Rebounds                   4                                       Team Rebounds              2
       Team Rebounds                      5                               TOTALS        16-48 4-14        1-7 30 17 37 11 23 3 8 200              TOTALS         22-50 4-1112-19 39 24             60   9 26     4 11 200
TOTALS             25-59 8-19       5-6 36 23 63 13 20 4 9 200
Total FG% 1st Half: 12-27 44.4%     2nd Half: 13-32 40.6% Game: 42.4%     Total FG%   1st Half: 8-26 30.8% 2nd Half: 8-22 36.4% Game: 33.3%       Total FG%   1st Half: 10-31 32.23%   2nd Half: 12-19 63.2%   Game: 44.0%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 1-6 16.7%     2nd Half: 7-13 53.8% Game: 42.1%      3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-9 33.3% 2nd Half: 1-5 20% Game: 28.6%           3Pt FG%     1st Half: 2-8 25%        2nd Half: 203 66.7%     Game: 36.4%
FThrow%      1st Half: 1-2 50%      2nd Half: 4-4 100%    Game: 83.3%     FThrow%     1st Half: 1-2 50% 2nd Half: 0-5 0%        Game: 14.3%       FThrow%     1st Half: 2-2 100%       2nd Half: 10-17 58.8%   Game: 63.22%

HOME TEAM: TEXAS (14-5, 2-3)                                                                                                                      HOME TEAM: BAYLOR (19-1, 7-0)
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF                 TP   A TO BL ST MIN       HOME TEAM: TEXAS (15-5, 3-3)                                             # PLAYER       FG 3FG FT R PF                  TP    A TO BL ST MIN
35 A. Lindsey 5-12 0-0 1-4 5 1                  11   0 5 3 1 26            # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN                       03 J. Morrow   4-12 1-4 1-2 3 3                 10    0 6 0 0 34
05 C. Cortijo   2-11 1-2 6-7 2 1                11   5 7 0 3 36           00 E. Williams   3-7 1-2 0-0 1 1 7 0 2 0 0 19                           14 R. Allison   1-8 0-1 6-8 10 4                 8    2 2 0 5 4-
05 Kat Nash      2-3 1-1 2-3 10 1                7   2 2 0 0 33           35 A. Lindsey   6-11 0-0 2-2 3 2 14 0 0 2 4 24                          11 D. Wilson    4-9 0-0 3-6 4 3                 11    0 4 1 2 34
10 B. Raven     7-11 1-1 4-7 4 2                19   3 1 0 1 34           05 C. Cortijo    0-2 0-0 4-4 3 2 4 6 5 0 1 28                           15 J. Player   3-10 2-4 1-2 8 2                  9    4 4 1 2 37
20 E. Bailey     0-8 0-3 5-6 5 3                 5   2 2 0 0 30           10 B. Raven     5-10 0-1 3-3 4 1 13 3 0 0 2 25                          20 A. Tisdale  6-12 2-5 5-9 1 2                 19    3 2 0 4 36
00 E. Williams   3-4 0-1 0-0 3 2                 6   0 0 1 3 13           20 E. Bailey     3-5 0-1 0-0 6 1 6 0 5 0 3 26                           01 J. Bradley   1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0                  2    0 0 0 0      3
43 A. Cook       2-3 0-0 2-2 1 0                 6   0 0 0 0 11           05 Kat Nash      1-4 1-3 2-2 7 1 5 1 1 0 0 22                           05 M. Jones     0-2 0-2 2-2 1 1                  2    0 1 0 0 15
44 R. Rentschler 2-3 1-1 0-0 2 0                 5   0 0 2 1 17           23 N. Hughes     1-3 0-2 4-4 3 0 6 0 0 0 0           8                  21 K. Griffin   0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0                  0    0 0 0 1      1
Team Rebounds                  4                                          34 C. Boyd       2-4 1-2 0-0 1 2 5 0 0 0 0 14                                Team Rebounds             6
TOTALS         23-55 4-920-29 36 10             70 12 17     6   9 200    43 A. Cook       0-3 0-0 3-4 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 13                           TOTALS        19-54 5-1618-29 33 15              61   9 19     2 14 200
                                                                          44 R. Rentschler 1-7 0-1 0-0 4 1 2 1 0 0 1 15
Total FG%   1st Half: 13-33 39.4%   2nd Half: 10-22 45.5% Game: 41.8%          Team Rebounds              2                                       Total FG%   1st Half: 10-28 35.7% 2nd Half: 9-26 34.6% Game: 35.2%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 4-6 66.7%     2nd Half: 0-3 0%      Game: 44.4%     TOTALS         23-58 3-1218-19 41 13 67 11 13 2 11 200                  3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-8 37.5% 2nd Half: 2-8 25%      Game: 31.3%
FThrow%     1st Half: 8-12 66.7%    2nd Half: 12-17 70.6% Game: 69.0 %                                                                            FThrow%     1st Half: 5-10 50% 2nd Half: 13-19 68.4% Game: 62.1%
                                                                   Total FG% 1st Half: 12-26 46.2% 2nd Half: 11-32 34.4% Game: 39.7%
Halftime Score- Texas, 38-26 Fouled Out- Green; Technicals - none; 3Pt FG%     1st Half: 2-6 33.3%  2nd Half: 1-6 16.7% Game: 25.0%               Halftime Score- Baylor, 28-24; Fouled Out- none; Technicals - none;
Officials- Michael Price, Sue Blauch, Brenda Pantoja; Attendance:  FThrow%     1st Half: 6-7 85.7% 2nd Half: 12-12 100%  Game: 94.7%              Officials- Melissa Barlow, Lawson Newton, Eric Brewton; Attendance:
4,711                                                                                                                                             7,108
                                                                   Halftime Score- Texas, 32-30; Fouled Out- Johnson; Technicals -
Score by Periods            1st 2nd      Total                     none; Officials- Teresa Dahlem, Tommy Salerno, Charles Gonzalez;               Score by Periods              1st 2nd        Total
#14/13 Oklahoma State        26 37        63                       Attendance: 5,555                                                              No. 25/25 Texas                24 38          60
Texas                          38     32      70                                                                                                  No. 6/6 Baylor                 28 33          61
                                                                          Score by Periods            1st 2nd      Total
RECAP: Behind a game-high 19 points from sophomore guard                  Missouri                     20 17        37
                                                                                                                                                  RECAP: Baylor senior point guard Angela Tisdale drained a game-
                                                                          Texas                        32 35        67
Brittainey Raven and a 20-for-29 effort from the foul line, the                                                                                   winning 3-pointer from the baseline with 19 seconds left to lift No. 6
Texas women’s basketball team upset No. 14/13 ranked                      RECAP: Junior post Ashley Lindsey scored a game-high 14                 Baylor to a dramatic 61-60 win over Texas. There were five ties and
Oklahoma State, 70-63, in Austin. The victory was UT's third over                                                                                 10 lead changes in the contest.
                                                                          points and sophomore guard Brittainey Raven added 13 points
a Top 25 team this season, as Texas now stands 3-1 against                                                                                              The game was UT’s eighth this year decided by 10 points or
                                                                          as all 11 players scored for Texas in a 67-37 homecourt win over
nationally-ranked opponents to date. The Cowgirls' (16-2, 4-1)                                                                                    less, and UT stands 5-3 in these close contests (3-0 in games
                                                                          Missouri. Texas moves to 9-1 at home this season and to 15-5
eight-game win streak was snapped and OSU dropped out of a                                                                                        decided by 6-10 points and now 2-3 in games decided by five
                                                                          overall while evening its’ Big 12 mark at 3-3.
first-place tie in the Big 12 standings.                                                                                                          points or less). Baylor, undefeated in the Big 12, won its 12th
                                                                                The 37 points were the third-lowest points ever by a Texas
      The Cowgirls turned the ball over 20 times, but were eight-for-                                                                             straight game as it dominated in points off turnovers, 24-15. Texas
                                                                          opponent in Big 12 play. The lowest amount of points given up
19 from 3-point range. OSU made just seven trips to the free                                                                                      committed 26 turnovers, second-highest on the year.
                                                                          was 34 - in UT’s 63-34 victory over Kansas State last year (Feb.
throw line, making five foul shots. Both teams pulled down 36                                                                                            The Longhorns had chances to win the game down the
                                                                          3, 2007) in Manhattan, Kansas. The second-lowest opponent
rebounds.                                                                                                                                         stretch, as freshman guard Kathleen Nash's shot with 3.4 seconds
                                                                          point total in Big 12 competition was 36 points in Texas’ 72-36 win
      Raven shot seven-for-11 from the floor and had four free                                                                                    left was blocked by Danielle Wilson. Brittainey Raven got the
                                                                          over Oklahoma on Feb. 26, 2005 in Austin.
throws. Joining Raven in double-figure scoring for UT were red-                                                                                   rebound of the block for Texas, but then lost the dribble out of
                                                                                The Longhorns forced 23 Missouri turnovers and capitalized
shirt sophomore point guard Carla Cortijo and junior post Ashley                                                                                  bounds as it bounced off her foot. Raven fouled Tisdale on the
                                                                          on them, as Texas registered 28 points off turnovers to Mizzou’s
Lindsey, each with 11 points. Lindsey also had three blocks and                                                                                   inbound pass with 1.5 seconds left. After missing her first free
                                                                          two points off turnovers. UT also got good production off its
                                                                                                                                                  throw, Tisdale intentionally missed the second and Texas couldn't
Cortijo had five assists. Freshman guard Kat Nash added seven             bench, as the UT reserves out-scored the Tiger reserves, 23-2.
                                                                                                                                                  get a shot off despite getting the rebound as time expired.
points and a game-high 10 rebounds.                                             Texas led at the break, 32-20, shooting 46.2 percent in the
      Texas held OSU sophomore point guard Andrea Riley, the              first 20 minutes although turning the ball over 11 times. In the              Junior post Ashley Lindsey turned in her team-leading fourth
nation's sixth best scorer and the Big 12 scoring leader in overall       second half, UT tightened up the defense and took care of the           double-double of the year, scoring a career-high 20 points while
and league scoring, to 15 points, eight below her overall scoring         basketball, turning the ball over just twice to Missouri’s 11 sec-      adding 10 rebounds. Point guard Carla Cortijo scored 16 points.
average and 15 points below her Big 12 average. Riley had                 ond-half turnovers.                                                     Raven (7 points) saw her 20-game streak of double-digit scoring
entered the game averaging 22.6 ppg overall and a league-best                   Texas more than doubled its 12-point halftime lead in the first   games snapped.
29.8 points per outing.                                                   eight minutes of the second period and led by 26 (48-22) follow-              Texas had taken a late lead, 60-58 on Lindsey's jumper with 42
      After there were seven lead changes and three ties in the first     ing a Raven fastbreak layup with 11:41 to go. Down the stretch,         seconds left. It was the Longhorns' first lead since 22-21 late in the
half, Texas held a 38-26 edge at intermission and never relin-            the Tigers could get no closer than 22 points (50-28) as Texas          first half. Then came Tisdale's game-winner.
quished the lead. OSU did come within two points early in the             pulled away to win by 30.                                                     Down 28-24 at intermission, the Longhorns came back to shoot
second half, 41-39, following a 3-pointer from Taylor Hardeman,                 Forward Earnesia Williams added seven points, while point         63.2 percent in the final half, making 12 of 19 shots from the field
but the Longhorns rebounded with a 7-0 run, capped by a Raven                                                                                     while going 10-for-17 from the free throw line. After 15 first-half
                                                                          guard Carla Cortijo (four points) had a game-high six assists.
layup, to push the lead to nine (48-39) with 14:19 remaining.                                                                                     turnovers, however, the Longhorns turned the ball over 11 times in
                                                                          Lindsey had four steals, a game-high, which tied her career best
      Late in the half, the Cowgirls made a run, out-scoring UT 9-2                                                                               the final 20 minutes.
                                                                          as well.
over a six-minute stretch and cut the UT lead to five, 66-61, on a                                                                                      Texas is still in search of its first conference road win, going to
                                                                                The Longhorns went 18-for-19 from the foul line, while
trey by Hardeman with 43 seconds to go. Texas sealed the game                                                                                     0-3 in Big 12 away game play to date.
                                                                          Mizzou was 1-7 from the charity stripe. Texas held a 41-30 edge
behind Cortijo, who grabbed two defensive rebounds and went                                                                                             Baylor shot 35.2 percent for the game and had 19 turnovers,
                                                                          in rebounding against the Tigers. UT has now out-rebounded 15
four-for-four from the free throw line over the next 17 seconds and                                                                               but was helped by 14 steals and an 18-for-29 effort from the free
                                                                          of their 20 opponents to date while tying two others.
led 70-61 with 19 seconds remaining.                                                                                                              throw line. Texas was 12-for-19 from the charity stripe and had 11
      The Longhorns shot a Big 12 season-best 41.8 percent from                                                                                   steals. Texas held the edge in rebounding, 39-33.
the field, making 23 of 55 shots.
    TEXAS BASKETBALL BOX SCORES/GAME RECAPS (Games #22-24)
                            GAME #22                                                                GAME #23                                                                GAME #24
  No. 11/10 Oklahoma 74, No. 25/25 Texas 58                              No. 21/20 Texas A&M 66, No. 25/25 Texas 57                                           Texas 61, No. 8/8 Baylor 51
      Feb. 3, 2008: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas                        Feb. 9, 2008: Reed Arena, College Station, Texas                       Feb. 13, 2008: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
                                                                                     State Farm Lone Star Showdown
VISITORS: OKLAHOMA (15-4, 5-2)                                                                                                                 VISITORS BAYLOR (21-3, 9-2)
 # PLAYER             FG 3FG      FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN             VISITORS: TEXAS (15-8, 3-6)                                             # PLAYER       FG 3FG FT              R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN
05 A. Paris           7-8 0-0     0-0 4 1 14 2 2 1 0 32                  # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT             R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN          05 M. Jones     1-3 1-2 2-2            7 1 5 3 2 1 2 31
21 A . Thompson 4-9 0-0           0-0 9 4 8 6 2 1 4 31                  00 E. Williams   4-6 1-1 3-4           5 4 12 0 4 0 2 29               03 J. Morrow   8-20 1-5 2-2            7 3 19 1 4 0 1 38
03 C. Paris         9-13 0-0      2-3 14 1 20 0 3 8 2 32                05 C. Cortijo   3-11 0-2 2-3           3 4 8 6 6 0 3 39                14 R. Allison   4-9 0-0 0-3           11 2 8 0 6 0 2 36
11 J. Plumley         1-4 1-4     0-0 2 4 3 2 2 0 0 20                  10 B. Raven     4-10 0-2 2-2           1 5 10 2 4 1 2 29               11 D. Wilson    4-9 0-0 0-5            6 1 8 0 0 1 1 34
13. D. Robinson 7-10 0-1          0-1 1 1 14 5 3 0 1 34                 20 E. Bailey     1-4 0-1 2-2           3 4 4 0 2 0 0 24                20 A. Tisdale  1-10 0-3 7-8            0 4 9 5 3 0 2 32
01 N. Stevenson 4-12 2-8          0-0 0 1 10 1 2 0 0 26                 35 A. Lindsey    5-9 0-0 0-0           6 3 10 1 2 3 0 26               01 J. Bradley   0-0 0-0 0-0            2 3 0 2 1 0 1 10
02 J. Vining          0-0 0-0     0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0               1     05 Kat Nash      2-3 2-3 2-2           1 1 8 1 3 0 0 22                21 K. Griffin   1-3 0-1 0-0            1 2 2 1 3 0 2 19
4 A. Olajuwon 0-1 0-0             0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0               2     23 N. Hughes     1-2 0-1 1-2           1 0 3 0 0 0 1        9               Team Rebounds                     3
10 C. Roethlisberger 1-1 0-0      3-4 3 3 5 1 2 0 0 20                  32 Kristen Nash 1-1 0-0 0-0            2 1 2 0 0 0 0        9          TOTALS        19-54 2-11 11-20        37 16 51 12 19 2 11 200
14 L. Willis          0-1 0-0     0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0               1     34 C. Boyd       0-1 0-1 0-0           0 0 0 0 0 0 0        2
31 R. Hammond 0-0 0-0             0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0               1     43 A. Cook       0-1 0-0 0-0           0 0 0 0 0 1 1        3          Total FG%   1st Half: 8-24 33.3% 2nd Half: 11-30 36.7%   Game: 35.2%
       Team Rebounds                    5                               44 R. Rentschler 0-1 0-1 0-0           0 0 0 0 0 1 0        8          3Pt FG%     1st Half: 1-3 33.3% 2nd Half: 1-8 12.5%      Game: 18.2%
TOTALS            33-59 3-13      5-8 38 15 74 17 16 10 7 200              Team Rebounds                       4                               FThrow%     1st Half: 2-6 33.3% 2nd Half: 9-14 64.3%     Game: 55.0%
Total FG% 1st Half: 18-29 62.1%   2nd Half: 15-30 50% Game: 55.9%       TOTALS         21-49 3-12 12-15       26 22 57 10 21 5 10 200
3Pt FG%    1st Half: 1-6 16.7%    2nd Half: 2-7 28.6% Game: 23.1%
FThrow%     1st Half: 5-8 62.5%    2nd Half: 0-0 100% Game: 62.5%       Total FG%   1st Half: 7-22 31.8% 2nd Half: 14-27 45.5%   Game: 42.9%   HOME TEAM: TEXAS (16-8, 4-6)
                                                                        3Pt FG%     1st Half: 1-4 25%    2nd Half: 2-8    0%     Game: 25.0%    # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN
HOME TEAM: TEXAS (15-7, 3-5)                                            FThrow%     1st Half: 7-8 87.5% 2nd Half: 5-7 71.4%      Game: 80.0%   00 E. Williams 4-11 1-4 0-0 3 3 9 0 1 0 0 25
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF               TP    A TO BL ST MIN                                                                             35 A. Lindsey   5-11 0-0 0-0 7 2 10 1 7 4 0 36
00 E. Williams 4-10 2-4 4-4 2 2               14    1 1 0 0 28          HOME TEAM: TEXAS A&M (17-6, 5-4)                                       05 C. Cortijo    1-5 0-1 2-2 4 4 4 5 5 0 1 27
35 A. Lindsey 6-12 0-0 0-0 4 1                12    0 5 0 1 34           # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN                      10 B. Raven     6-11 2-4 4-5 5 2 18 1 4 1 3 38
05 C. Cortijo    4-8 2-4 0-0 2 2              10    4 3 0 1 38          03 T. Starks    4-12 2-6 3-4 4 2 13 1 4 0 1 31                         20 E. Bailey    5-14 1-3 2-2 8 4 13 4 1 1 3 34
10 B. Raven     3-12 1-3 5-8 5 1              12    3 2 0 1 30          10 A. Franklin   3-9 1-3 2-4 5 2 9 10 2 0 2 39                         05 Kat Nash      2-4 2-3 1-2 2 3 7 3 0 1 0 27
20 E. Bailey     0-6 0-2 0-2 4 2               0    2 0 1 3 25          12 L. Micheaux 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 4 2 2 3 0 1 23                            23 N. Hughes     0-1 0-1 0-0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0          5
05 Kat Nash     1-11 0-3 2-2 13 2              4    0 1 1 0 25          24 P. Reado     5-13 0-0 0-0 9 5 10 1 1 0 1 33                         43 A. Cook       0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0          4
23 N. Hughes     1-2 0-1 0-0 0 0               2    0 0 0 0      3      55 D. Gant      8-12 0-0 9-10 6 3 25 2 6 1 3 36                        32 Kristen Nash 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0           4
34 C. Boyd       1-3 0-2 0-0 1 0               2    0 0 0 0      2      02 D. Buchanan 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 15                                 Team Rebounds              2
43 A. Cook       1-3 0-0 0-0 1 2               2    0 0 0 0 10          21 M. Atunrase 0-2 0-2 3-4 5 0 3 1 3 2 1 18                            TOTALS         23-58 6-16 9-11 36 20 61 14 19 8 7 200
44 R. Rentschler 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0               0    0 0 0 0      5      51 S. Colson     1-2 0-1 2-3 1 0 4 0 0 0 0          5
Team Rebounds                   5                                             Team Rebounds             6                                      Total FG%   1st Half: 9-29 31.0% 2nd Half: 14-29 48.3%    Game: 39.7%
TOTALS         21-68 5-2011-16 38 12           58 10 12     2   6 200   TOTALS         22-53 3-1219-25 39 18 66 17 19 4 9 200                  3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-9 33.3% 2nd Half: 3-7 42.9%       Game: 37.5%
                                                                                                                                               FThrow%     1st Half: 5-6 83.3% 2nd Half: 4-5 80.0%       Game: 81.8%
Total FG%   1st Half: 9-32 28.1%  2nd Half: 10-22 45.5%   Game: 41.8%   Total FG%   1st Half: 14-29 48.3% 2nd Half: 8-24 33.3%   Game: 41.5%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 5-12 41.7% 2nd Half: 0-3      0%    Game: 25.0%   3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-7 42.9% 2nd Half: 0-5     0%     Game: 25.0%   Halftime Score- Texas, 26-19; Fouled Out- none; Technicals - none;
FThrow%     1st Half: 10-14 71.4% 2nd Half: 1-2 50%       Game: 68.8%   FThrow%     1st Half: 8-8 100% 2nd Half: 11-17 64.7%     Game: 76.0%   Officials- Tina Napier, Clarke Stevens, Beverly Roberts; Attendance:
                                                                                                                                               7,561
Halftime Score- OU, 42-33; Fouled Out- none; Technicals - none;         Halftime Score- Texas A&M, 39-22; Fouled Out- Raven, Reado;
Officials- Jesse Dickerson, Daryl Humphrey, Maj Forsberg;               Technicals - none; Officials- Scotty Hermann, Bryan Enterline,         Score by Periods             1st 2nd      Total
Attendance: 6,132                                                       Lawson Newton; Attendance: 4,910                                       #8/8 Baylor                   19 32        51
Score by Periods             1st 2nd       Total                                                                                               Texas                         26 35        61
                                                                        Score by Periods             1st 2nd      Total
#11/10 Oklahoma State         42 32         74                          Texas                         22 35        57
#25/25 Texas                  33 25         58                                                                                                 RECAP: Behind a team-high 18 points from sophomore Brittainey
                                                                        #21/20 Texas A&M              39 27        66
                                                                                                                                               Raven and a fierce defensive pressure which held No. 8 Baylor to
RECAP: The junior sister duo of Courtney and Ashley Paris               RECAP: Texas made a huge run midway through the second                 its lowest point total in four seasons, Texas upset the top-10
combined for 34 points and 18 rebounds as No. 11 Oklahoma               half, cutting a 19-point deficit (41-22) to four points twice down the ranked Lady Bears, 61-51, in Austin in front of 7,561 on “Think
posted a 74-58 victory over No. 25 Texas in front of 6,132 at the       stretch, but solid free throw shooting down the stretch sealed a       Pink/Pack the House” night. Raven netted 11 of those 18 points in
Frank Erwin Center... The loss for Texas (15-7, 3-5) was just its       nine-point, 66-57 victory for No. 21 Texas A&M in College Station the final seven minutes of the game. Baylor (21-3) had entered
second in 11 games at home -both coming in Big 12 action.               in a State Farm Lone Star Showdown contest (annual rivalry             the game as the league leader, and goes to 9-2 in the league.
    There were seven lead changes in the game. With the                 series between UT and the Aggies across all sports).                        “Think Pink” is a national initiative coordinated by the
Sooners up by one, 55-54 with 10:23 to go, the Longhorns had                                                                                   Women’s Basketball Coaches Association to support breast can-
                                                                             Texas forward Earnesia Williams led the Longhorns with 12
their coldest shooting stretch of the season, missing 10 consecu-                                                                              cer education and funding. The win snapped a three-game Texas
                                                                        points, and guard Brittainey Raven and junior Ashley Lindsey
tive shots to go with four turnovers over the next seven minutes.                                                                              losing streak, with all those games against Top 25 opponents. UT
                                                                        added 10 points apiece. Raven and Lindsey battled foul trouble all
During this stretch, OU scored 19 unanswered points, with six                                                                                  is now 4-4 against Top 25 foes. Texas also broke Baylor’s series
                                                                        game long, with Raven playing just 29 minutes and Lindsey 26.
apiece by Courtney Paris and freshman guard Danielle Robinson.                                                                                 win streak, which was at five games.
                                                                        In games decided by 10 points or less, UT is now 5-4.
   Forward Earnesia Williams led the Longhorns with 14 points,                                                                                        The Lady Bears were held to 39.7 percent shooting, and their
                                                                             The Aggies were led by game-high 25 points from junior
while guard Brittainey Raven and post Ashley Lindsey each                                                                                      51 points scored were the lowest point total since Jan. 18, 2003 –
                                                                        guard Danielle Gant. A&M was up by 14 points with about seven
added 12 points. Freshman guard Kat Nash (four points) came                                                                                    ironically, in a 70-50 loss to No. 20 Texas, also in Austin.
                                                                        minutes left when Texas went on a 14-4 run over the next four
off the bench and registered a career-high 13 rebounds. It was                                                                                        UT guard Erneisha Bailey added 13 points and post Ashley
                                                                        minutes to make it 57-53. Texas cut the lead to 57-53 on a layup
the most rebounds by a Longhorn this season.                                                                                                   Lindsey had 10 points. Bailey had a team-best eight rebounds,
                                                                        by Lindsey with 2:36 to play. The Aggies’ leading scorer, Takia
    Texas was hurt by a 30.9 shooting effort, the team’s lowest in                                                                             while Lindsey pulled down seven boards and had four blocks.
                                                                        Starks, then sank two free throws to put TAMU up by six (59-53)
conference play this season, while OU shot 55.9 percent, the                                                                                         The game was tied for the last time at 37-37 when UT took
                                                                        with 2:28 to play. Texas brought it to within four again, 59-55, on
highest shooting accuracy of the year by a Longhorn opponent.                                                                                  the lead for good, 39-37, on an Earnesia Williams’ jumper with
                                                                        two free throws from freshman Kat Nash 43 seconds later.
    Both teams pulled down 38 rebounds, and UT turned the ball                                                                                 8:44 to play. Neither team scored again until Raven hit her first 3-
                                                                             The Aggies, however, sealed the game by connecting on
over just 12 times to OU’s 16 turnovers. The Sooners, however,                                                                                 pointer from straightway with 7:06 to go for a 42-37 edge. Baylor
                                                                        seven of 10 free throws in the last one and one-half minutes,
dominated play in the paint, out-scoring UT 52-20 down low.                                                                                    cut the lead to three, 44-41, on an Angela Tisdale jumper with
                                                                        while Texas made one of its final six attempts from the floor. Aggie
     Texas trailed 42-33 at halftime, but climbed back into con-                                                                               6:12 left before Raven pushed the lead back to six, 47-41 with her
                                                                        point guard A'Quonesia Franklin, who had nine points and 10
tention as Lindsey got on a roll, scoring 10 points in less than                                                                               second consecutive 3-pointer.
                                                                        assists, made one of two free throws. UT then missed an open
eight minutes. All of her 12 points came in the final half. Behind                                                                                   The Lady Bears got within 52-49 on a layup by Jessica
                                                                        layup on the other end and the Aggies added two more free
Lindsey, Texas erased an 11-point Sooner lead (46-35) and tied                                                                                 Morrow with two minutes to go, but could get no closer as UT
                                                                        throws to push their lead to seven with less than 30 seconds
the game at 48-all on a Lindsey jumper with 13:23 to go. OU                                                                                    closed out the game with a 9-2 run. That 9-2 run was triggered by
                                                                        remaining. Williams made a layup for Texas, but the Longhorns
regained the lead for good on its next possession, however, as                                                                                 Raven with three points and a steal. Baylor's last chance came
                                                                        were forced to foul again and A&M’s Sydney Colson made both
Jenna Plumley hit a 3-pointer to make it 51-48 with 13:01 left.                                                                                after Morrow stole the ball with one minute left and had a chance
                                                                        free throws.
     The game went back and forth for the next four minutes, with                                                                              to cut the lead to two, but Raven snuck in behind her in the lane to
                                                                             Texas shot 52 percent in the final period, making 14 of 27
Texas cutting the lead to one twice, first at 53-53 and then to 55-                                                                            poke the ball away for her third steal of the game. Raven found
                                                                        field goals, while the Aggies went 33.3 percent from the floor (8-
54 on a Cortijo jumper with 10:23 remaining. It was at that point                                                                              Bailey on a fastbreak on the play, and Bailey’s layup gave UT a
                                                                        24). he two teams combined for 40 turnovers and 40 fouls. Texas
that the UT offense sputtered and OU went on its big run.                                                                                      57-51 edge with 51 seconds remaining.
                                                                        had 21 turnovers to TAMU’s 19. Texas was out-rebounded for just
   OU had shot 62.1 percent from the floor in the first half in tak-                                                                                 Texas shot 48 percent in the final half, going 14 for 29 from
                                                                        the fourth time this year, as TAMU held a 39-26 advantage on the
ing its 42-33 lead. Texas shot just 28 percent in the first half (9-                                                                           the floor to build on its 26-19 lead at intermission. For the game,
                                                                        boards. The Aggies had 13 offensive rebounds to UT’s five.
32).                                                                                                                                           the Longhorns hit 39.7 percent of their shots (23-58). Baylor held
                                                                                                                                               a 37-36 edge in rebounding.
  TEXAS BASKETBALL BOX SCORES/GAME RECAPS (Games #25-27)
                              GAME #25                                                                GAME #26                                                                   GAME #25
                   Colorado 67, Texas 52                                             Oklahoma State 67, Texas 52                                              No. 21/19 Texas A&M 65, Texas 50
     Feb. 16, 2008: Coors Events Center, Boulder, Colo.                      Feb. 20, 2008: Gallagher Iba-Arena, Stillwater, Okla.                     Feb. 24, 2008: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
VISITING TEAM: TEXAS (16-9, 4-7)                                        VISITING TEAM: TEXAS (16-10, 4-8)
                                                                                                                                                              State Farm Lone Star Showdown
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT              R PF TP     A TO BL ST MIN       # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF                 TP    A TO BL ST MIN
00 E. Williams   3-8 0-1 0-0            1 2 6       0 3 0 2 29
                                                                                                                                                  VISITING TEAM: TEXAS A&M (20-7, 8-5)
                                                                        00 E. Williams   3-7 1-1 4-6 3 3                11    0 1 0 3 24
                                                                                                                                                   # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT                R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN
35 A. Lindsey    4-9 0-0 3-4            7 5 11      1 3 5 1 31          35 A. Lindsey 9-16 0-0 0-0 10 4                 18    1 6 1 2 37
                                                                                                                                                  21 M. Atunrase 3-9 1-5 3-4                6 0 10 3 4 1 2 27
05 C. Cortijo   4-10 0-2 4-6            2 4 12      4 1 0 3 34          05 C. Cortijo   5-12 3-6 2-4 2 3                15    5 1 0 1 30
                                                                                                                                                  55 D. Gant      6-11 0-0 0-0              6 3 12 7 4 0 3 34
10 B. Raven     5-11 0-2 6-8            5 2 16      0 5 1 3 35          10 B. Raven     5-13 2-5 0-0 2 5                12    5 1 1 1 35
                                                                                                                                                  12 L. Micheaux 1-1 0-0 0-2                2 3 2 1 3 0 0 34
20 E. Bailey     2-6 0-1 0-0            0 3 4       2 1 0 1 18          20 E. Bailey     0-3 0-0 0-0 1 2                 0    1 1 0 0 19
                                                                                                                                                  03 T. Starks    8-14 3-6 3-3              5 3 22 0 3 0 1 38
05 Kat Nash      0-4 0-4 0-0            8 4 0       0 1 0 0 21          05 Kat Nash     3-10 2-8 0-0 9 1                 8    1 4 0 0 34
                                                                                                                                                  10 A. Franklin   3-8 2-3 4-4              3 4 12 4 3 0 3 35
23 N. Hughes     0-0 0-0 0-0            0 1 0       0 0 0 0      2      23 N. Hughes     0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0                 0    0 0 0 0      5
                                                                                                                                                  02 D. Buchanan 0-1 0-0 0-0                0 1 0 1 0 1 0        6
34 C. Boyd       1-6 1-5 0-0            3 2 3       1 1 0 1 15          32 Kristen Nash 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 1                  0    0 0 0 0      6
                                                                                                                                                  15 M. Baker      0-0 0-0 0-0              0 0 0 0 0 0 0        1
43 A. Cook       0-0 0-0 0-0            0 0 0       0 1 0 0      4      34 C. Boyd       0-1 0-1 0-0 1 1                 0    0 1 0 1      4
                                                                                                                                                  24 P. Reado      3-6 0-0 0-0              3 4 6 1 1 0 1 19
44 R. Rentschler 0-0 0-0 0-0            2 1 0       1 0 0 0 11          44 R. Rentschler 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 1                 2    0 0 0 0      6
                                                                                                                                                  33 A. Horton     0-0 0-0 0-0              0 0 0 0 0 0 0        1
     Team Rebounds                      1                                    Team Rebounds              3
                                                                                                                                                  51 S. Colson     0-0 0-0 1-2              0 1 1 0 1 0 0        5
TOTALS         19-54 1-15 13-18        29 24 52     9 16    6 11 200    TOTALS         26-65 8-21 6-10 35 21             66 13 15     2   8 200
                                                                                                                                                       Team Rebounds                        3
                                                                                                                                                  TOTALS         24-50 6-14 11-15          28 19 65 17 19 2 10 200
Total FG%   1st Half: 12-25 48.0%   2nd Half: 7-29 24.1% Game: 35.2%    Total FG%   1st Half: 13-31 41.9%   2nd Half: 13-34 38.2%   Game: 40.0%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 1-4 25%       2nd Half: 0-11 0%    Game: 6.7%     3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-10 30%      2nd Half: 5-11 45.5%    Game: 38.1%
                                                                                                                                                  Total FG%    1st Half: 11-26 42.3% 2nd Half: 13-24 54.2% Game: 48.0%
FThrow%     1st Half: 4-4 100%      2nd Half: 9-14 64.3% Game: 72.2%    FThrow%     1st Half: 3-4 75%       2nd Half: 3-6 50%       Game: 60.0%
                                                                                                                                                  3Pt FG%      1st Half: 5-10 50.0% 2nd Half: 1-4 25.0% Game: 42.9%
                                                                                                                                                  FThrow%      1st Half: 2-5 40.0% 2nd Half: 9-10 90%      Game: 73.3%
HOME TEAM: COLORADO (14-11, 3-9)                                        HOME TEAM: NO. 16/17 OKLAHOMA STATE (21-4, 9-3)
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF                TP   A TO BL ST MIN       # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN
22 B. Spears     1-6 1-5 0-0 12 0               3   1 3 2 2 35          31 D. Green      5-6 0-0 3-4 3 3 13 2 5 0 0 31
33 A. Putnina   5-13 0-1 4-6 15 3              14   3 0 0 3 31
                                                                                                                                                  HOME TEAM: TEXAS (16-10, 4-9)
                                                                        32 S. Smith      5-8 0-0 4-5 17 0 14 1 2 0 2 40
                                                                                                                                                   # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT                R PF TP      A TO BL ST MIN
45 J. McFarland 2-6 0-0 6-7 10 2               10   2 2 0 0 30          24 M. Cordero    4-6 3-5 4-4 5 4 15 2 1 0 1 25
                                                                                                                                                  00 E. Williams   1-3 0-0 1-2              4 2 3        0 3 0 0 20
02 B. Smith     7-17 7-14 5-5 2 2              26   2 4 0 0 32          10 A. Riley     6-21 0-6 9-11 3 4 21 3 7 0 2 39
                                                                                                                                                  35 A. Lindsey    4-5 0-0 0-0              3 1 8        0 2 1 1 35
12 S. Powers     0-2 0-2 0-0 1 1                0   2 3 0 2 21          13 T. Hardeman 1-6 1-6 0-0 3 1 3 2 0 0 1 25
                                                                                                                                                  05 C. Cortijo    1-7 1-3 7-9              2 2 10       3 9 0 0 30
03 W. Houston    1-5 1-3 4-5 2 1                7   3 6 0 0 22          05 K. Hernandez 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0            9
                                                                                                                                                  10 B. Raven     5-10 0-0 3-8              5 4 13       4 6 2 0 36
11 H. Skildum    0-1 0-0 1-2 0 3                1   0 1 0 0 10          20 C. Walker     0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0           1
                                                                                                                                                  05 Kat Nash      0-0 0-0 0-0              2 2 0        0 1 0 0 20
40 C. Dow        1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2                2   1 2 0 0      9      33 M. Byford     0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0           5
                                                                                                                                                  20 E. Bailey     1-5 0-0 0-0              4 3 2        0 2 0 3 22
44 K. Richards   1-4 0-0 2-4 4 2                4   0 1 0 0 10          40 S. Spears     1-1 0-0 1-2 5 0 3 1 2 2 0           9
                                                                                                                                                  34 C. Boyd       3-4 1-2 5-6              1 2 12       0 1 0 1 20
     Team Rebounds               3                                      45 A. Richardson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0           1
                                                                                                                                                  43 A. Cook       0-0 0-0 0-0              0 0 0        0 0 0 1      4
TOTALS         18-55 9-25 22-29 50 16          67 14 22     2   7 200        Team Rebounds               1
                                                                                                                                                  44 R. Rentschler 1-2 0-0 0-0              0 2 2        0 0 0 1 13
                                                                        TOTALS         23-50 4-17 21-26 38 13 71 11 18 2 6 200
                                                                                                                                                     Team Rebounds                          4
Total FG%   1st Half: 11-26 42.3% 2nd Half: 7-29 24.1% Game: 32.7%
                                                                                                                                                  TOTALS         16-36 2-5 16-25           25 19 50      7 24    3   7 200
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 7-13 53.8% 2nd Half: 2-12 16.7% Game: 36.0%       Total FG%   1st Half: 13-27 48.1% 2nd Half: 10-23 43.5% Game: 46.0%
FThrow%     1st Half: 5-10 50% 2nd Half: 17-19 89.5% Game: 75.9%        3Pt FG%     1st Half: 2-7 28.6% 2nd Half: 2-10 20%      Game: 23.5%
                                                                                                                                                  Total FG%    1st Half: 10-23 43.5%   2nd Half: 6-13 46.2%    Game: 44.4%
                                                                        FThrow%     1st Half: 7-9 77.8% 2nd Half: 14-17 82.4% Game: 80.8%
                                                                                                                                                  3Pt FG%      1st Half: 2-3 66.7%     2nd Half: 0-2 0%        Game: 40.0%
Halftime Score- Colorado, 34-29; Fouled Out- Lindsey; Technicals -
                                                                                                                                                  FThrow%      1st Half: 2-2 100%      2nd Half: 14-23 60.9%   Game: 64.0%
none; Officials- Melissa Barlow, Lawson Newton, Eric Brewton;           Halftime Score- OSU, 35-32; Fouled Out- Raven; Technicals -
Attendance:                                                             none; Officials- Bob Trammell, Beverly Roberts, Amy Bonner;
                                                                                                                                                  Halftime Score- Texas A&M, 29-24; Fouled Out- none; Technicals -
                                                                        Attendance: 2,894
                                                                                                                                                  UT bench; Officials- Mary Day, Brenda Pantoja, Jesse Dickerson;
Score by Periods               1st 2nd     Total                                                                                                  Attendance: 7,516
Texas                           29 23       52                          Score by Periods        1st 2nd             Total
Colorado                        34 33       67                          Texas                    32 34               66                           Score by Periods                1st 2nd      Total
                                                                        No. 16-17 Oklahoma State 35 36               71                           No. 21/19 Texas A&M              29 36        65
RECAP: Behind a game-high 22 points from guard Bianca Smith,                                                                                      Texas                            24 26        50
who sank seven 3-pointers, Colorado posted a 67-52 Big 12 victo-        RECAP: Sophomore point guard Andrea Riley scored 10 of her
ry over Texas at the Coors Events Center in Boulder.That snapped        21 points in the final two minutes and No. 16 OSU held off a furi-        RECAP: No. 21 ranked Texas A&M used a 13-3 run in the open-
a six-game losing streak for CU.                                        ous rally by Texas in posting a 71-66 victory in Stillwater. Riley,       ing eight minutes of the second half to pull away from Texas en
     Colorado dominated on the boards, pulling down 50 rebounds         the Big 12-leader with 25.1 ppg, hit all six of her free throws and       route to a 65-50 Big 12 victory in front of 7,516 in Austin. Texas is
to UT's 29. The Buffs went 22-for-29 from the free throw line,          added a pair of layups down the stretch after starting the game 2-        now 10-3 at home to date. The Longhorns shot 44 percent for the
while Texas made 13 of 18 free throws.                                  14 from the floor.                                                        game but committed 24 turnovers and took a season-low 36 field
     Neither team shot well, as UT finished the game shooting                Texas is still looking for its first Big 12 away game win, stand-    goal attempts. A&M shot 48 percent for the game and went went
35.2 percent while the Buffs hit 32.7 percent of their shots.           ing 0-6 away from Austin in league games.                                 six-for-14 in 3-pointers.
     The Longhorns were led by sophomore guard Brittainey                    After a Maria Cordero's 3-pointer gave Oklahoma State a 57-               Texas had three players in double-figure scoring, as sopho-
Raven (16 points), while redshirt sophomore point guard Carla           42 lead with 4:52 to play, UT’s Earnesia Williams answered with a         more guard Brittainey Raven had 13 points, reserve guard Crystal
Cortijo added 12 points and junior post Ashley Lindsey had 11.          layup to start a 15-4 run by the Longhorns. Her 3-pointer got             Boyd added 12 points and second-year point guard Carla Cortijo
     Smith went 7-for-14 from three-point range and five-for-five       Texas within four, 61-57, with 1:25 to play. Riley then made two          added 10 points. Raven pulled down the most rebounds for UT
from the foul line. Joining her in double-figures for CU were Aija      free throws to push the lead to six and then the two teams traded         (five), as the Longhorns were out-rebounded by a 28-25 margin.
Putnina (14 points) and Jackie McFarland (10 points). Putnina           layups (by UT’s Brittainey Raven and Riley) to give OSU a 69-63                The Aggies were led by a game-high 22 points from senior
grabbed a game-high 15 rebounds while McFarland had 10.                 edge with 15 seconds left.                                                guard Takia Starks. In the 13-3 run to start the second half, Starks
     Texas took its first lead of the game with 13:22 left to play,          Yet, Texas answered again as Carla Cortijo nailed a three-           had six points and a rebound.
going ahead on a three-point play (layup and free throw) by Carla       pointer with 9.5 seconds left to cut the lead to 69-66. But, Riley             TAMU started the game with an 18-4 run in the first six and
Cortijo. CU immediately countered, however, as Putnina scored           was immediately fouled on the inbounds and she hit her final two          one-half minutes, hitting its first five 3-pointers. Texas then mount-
on a putback to start an 11-2 Buff run as CU pushed its lead to         free throws to provide the final margin.                                  ed its own run with a 20-9 spurt, propelled by six points by junior
eight, 49-41 on a Smith 3-pointer with 7:52 to go.                           Oklahoma State led the entire way and shot 46 percent for            Ashley Lindsey and five by Boyd. UT cut the lead to three, 27-24
     Texas then answered with its own run, and cut the CU lead to       the game. Texas finished with 40 percent shooting accuracy.               with 50 seconds to go in the half before a Franklin jumper in the
six, 55-49, on a free throw by Raven with 2:37 to go.                        Texas did connect on eight 3-pointers, the most treys by the         lane with one second left gave the Aggies a 29-24 halftime lead.
     In the final 2:22, however, CU iced the game by going 12-for-      Longhorns in 18 games - since a season-high nine made (9-21)                   In the second half, Gant scored TAMU’s first two baskets, and
12 from the free throw line with two steals.                            against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in December.                             Franklin followed with a three-pointer while Starks made three
     Texas trailed at intermission, 34-29, despite holding CU's              OSU held a slight 38-35 edge in rebounding. The biggest dif-         consecutive jumpers in that 13-3 run which pushed the Aggies
leading scorer and All-Big 12 senior forward McFarland (17.9 ppg)       ference came at the foul line where the Cowgirls went 21-for-26           lead to 15 (42-27). Texas made a late run by utilizing a 12-for-17
scoreless. The offensive damage for the Buffs came from Smith,          while the Longhorns were just six-for-10.                                 effort from the foul line, and cut the lead to 12 points, 58-46, fol-
who netted 15 points, all on 3-pointers. Smith went five-for-nine            Junior Ashley Lindsey registered her fifth double-double of the      lowing a Cortijo free throw with 2:24. Yet, TAMU answered with
from long range in the first half.                                      year, finishing with a team-high 18 points and 10 rebounds.               free throws of its own, going five-for-six from the line with a Gant
     Colorado scored 21 of its 34 points from 3-point range, going      Cortijo (15 points), Raven (12 points) and Williams (11 points)           layup to close out the game.
7-for-13 from behind the arc. CU shot 54 percent from 3-point ter-      joined her in double-figure scoring.                                           The Aggies sank 11 of 15 free throws in the game while
ritory in the half and hit 42 percent of its overall field goals.                                                                                 Texas was 16-for-25 from the free throw line. TAMU turned the
     Texas, making just one 3-pointer in the first half, shot 48 per-                                                                             ball over 19 times and had 10 steals to UT’s eight.
cent from the floor but also was hurt by CU's dominance on the                                                                                         Texas A&M sweeps the home-and-home series from the
boards as the Buffs held an 18-13 edge in rebounding.                                                                                             Longhorns this year, winning both contests in the State Farm
                                                                                                                                                  Lone Star Showdown rivalry series.
TEXAS BASKETBALL BOX SCORES/GAME RECAPS (Games #25-27)
                              GAME #28
                     Texas 57, Kansas 53
     Feb. 27, 2008: Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, Kansas
VISITING TEAM: TEXAS (17-11, 5-9)
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT              R PF TP A TO BL ST MIN
00 E. Williams   1-4 0-1 2-2            3 4 4 2 4 0 1 22
35 A. Lindsey    3-9 0-0 2-2            5 4 8 0 5 0 1 23
05 C. Cortijo    3-9 0-2 1-3            1 1 7 5 2 0 3 37
10 B. Raven     8-15 1-2 4-4            4 1 21 0 1 0 0 36
20 E. Bailey     3-7 0-1 4-4            8 3 10 1 2 1 3 30
05 Kat Nash      0-1 0-0 2-2            3 1 2 0 0 0 0 12
32 Kristen Nash 0-0 0-0 3-4             3 2 3 0 0 0 0 11
34 C. Boyd       0-3 0-1 0-0            3 1 0 2 2 0 0 11
43 A. Cook       0-0 0-0 0-0            1 1 0 0 1 0 0        6
44 R. Rentschler 1-2 0-0 0-0            2 2 2 0 1 1 0 12
     Team Rebounds                      3
TOTALS         19-50 1-7 18-21         36 20 57 10 18 2 8 200

Total FG%   1st Half: 8-24 33.3%   2nd Half: 11-26 42.3%   Game: 38.0%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 1-5 20%      2nd Half: 0-2 0%        Game: 14.3%
FThrow%     1st Half: 6-7 85.7%    2nd Half: 12-14 85.7%   Game: 85.7%

HOME TEAM: KANSAS (15-12, 4-10)
 # PLAYER        FG 3FG FT R PF                 TP   A TO BL ST MIN
13 T. McIntosh   2-5 0-0 0-0 5 3                 4   0 2 0 0 14
14 K. Boogaard 3-11 0-0 4-4 4 3                 10   0 0 2 0 27
03 I. Catic      1-3 0-2 0-0 2 3                 2   3 2 0 1 27
04 D. McCray 8-18 2-7 1-2 10 4                  19   1 2 0 0 37
20 S. Morris     2-6 0-1 1-2 4 1                 5   5 4 0 1 35
00 L. Jacobs     4-4 0-0 0-2 1 2                 8   2 4 0 0 19
02 K. Kohn       0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0                 0   0 0 0 0      2
24 N. Smith      1-6 1-5 0-0 1 4                 3   1 4 2 3 36
34 P. Weddington 0-1 0-0 2-2 1 0                 2   0 0 0 0      3
      Team Rebounds             4
TOTALS         21-54 3-15 8-12 32 20            53 12 18      4   5 200

Total FG%   1st Half: 11-26 42.3% 2nd Half: 10-28 35.7%    Game: 38.9%
3Pt FG%     1st Half: 3-10 30.0% 2nd Half: 0-5     0%      Game: 20.0%
FThrow%     1st Half: 5-8 62.5% 2nd Half: 3-4 75.0%        Game: 66.7%

Halftime Score- Kansas, 30-23; Fouled Out- none; Technicals -
none; Officials- Scott Yarbrough, June Courteau, Scotty Hermann.
Attendance: 2,120

Score by Periods              1st 2nd       Total
Texas                          23 34         57
Kansas                         30 23         53

RECAP: Sophomore guard Brittainey Raven (game-high 21
points) and senior guard Erneisha Bailey (10 points) combined for
Texas’ final eight points of the game in the final 2:57 to lift the
Longhorns to a 57-53 Big 12 victory over Kansas.
     Raven and Bailey were UT’s lone double-figure scorers. This
marked the fourth time this year that Raven has notched 20-plus
points. Bailey also pulled down a team-best eight rebounds. Junior
post Ashley Lindsey added eight points and five rebounds.
     Texas snaps a three-game losing streak and goes to 17-11
overall and to 5-9 in the Big 12. The victory was UT’s first on the
road this year in Big 12 action in seven tries, and was Texas’ first
win away from Austin since a Dec. 30th victory at San Diego.
     In the second half, Texas relied on a 12-for-14 shooting effort
from the free throw line, and went six-for-six in the final 2:13 from
the foul line.
     Texas trailed most of the game, and took just its second lead
of the game when Bailey stole the ball and hit a driving layup for a
51-49 UT lead with 2:57 to go. After a layup by KU’s Krysten
Boogaard tied the game at 51-51, Bailey sank both ends of a one-
and-one to push UT back on top with 2:13 to go.
     After another Boogard layup tied the game again (53-all) with
1:59 left, both UT and KU missed layups, but Raven was fouled
under the Kansas basket with 27 seconds to play. She sank both
ends of her one-and-one opportunity to give Texas a 55-53 edge.
After McCray was called for a offensive charge on KU’s last pos-
session, Bailey iced the game by hitting two more free throws with
11 seconds to go.
     For the game, Texas shot 38 percent while KU hit 38.9 per-
cent of its field goals. Texas out-rebounded the Jayhawks, 36-32.
     In free throws, Texas held a big advantage, making 18 of 21
free throws. KU went eight-for-12 from the charity stripe. KU was
paced by a double-double from sophomore forward Danielle
McCray who finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds.
     Texas has now had 12 games which have been decided by
10 points or less - including eight of its last 13 contests. Texas is
7-5 in these games -- 4-1 in games decided by 6-10 points (2-1 in
Big 12 play), and 3-4 in games decided by five points or less
(including a 2-3 mark in Big 12 action).
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                                                                                                     Earnesia Williams: Season & Career Highs
                               EARNESIA WILLIAMS                            #00                            SEASON                            CAREER
                                                                                               Points
                               6-1 • RS Sophomore • Forward                                    15 vs Virginia (11/23/07)                     19 vs San Diego (12/30/06)
                               Sapulpa, Okla. (Sapulpa HS)                                     FG Made
                               Team Co-Captain                                                 6 vs Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
                                                                                               FG Attempted
                                                                                                                                             8 vs Texas Tech (2/24/07)

                                                                                               11 - 3 times- last vs No. 8 Baylor (2/13/08) 14 twice
                               * starter in 27 of 28 games played in ..missed                  3-Point FG Made
                               one game (vs Texas Tech) due to swollen knee                    2 twice- last vs #11/10 Oklahoma (2/03/08) 2 three times
                               * fifth in scoring (8.0), fifth in steals (30, 1.2 spg),        3-Point FG Attempted
                               second in FT percentage (.804) ... playing just                 4 twice-last vs #11/10 Oklahoma (2/03/08) 4 three times
                                                                                               Free Throws Made
                               22.3 minutes per contest due to chronic knee
                                                                                               4 - 2 times-last vs #11/10 Oklahoma (2/03/08) 4 seven times
                               issues                                                          Free Throws Attempted
                               * hit double-figure scoring three times in last                 4 twice-last vs #21/20 Tx A&M (2/09/08) 6 @#13/9 Oklahoma (2/12/07)
                               seven games (14 points vs No. 11/10                             Rebounds
                               Oklahoma, 12 vs. No. 21/20 Texas A&M, 11vs.                     8 vs UT-Arlington (11/29/07)                  8 twice
                               No. 16/15 Oklahoma State)                                       Assists
                               * in double-figure scoring 11 times                             2 three times -last @Nebraska (1/09/08) 3 vs Southern (11/30/06)
                               * Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection                    Blocks
                               (Fall 2007)                                                     2 @TAMUCC (12/20/07)                     3 twice-last vs Nebraska (1/03/07)
                               * named to Big 12 Good Works Team for Winter                    Steals
                               of 2008, based on academic/athletic/                            4 vs UT-Pan American (1/04/08)                4 twice
                               community service achievements                                  Minutes Played
                                                                                               30 vs Virginia (11/23/07)          34 twice-last vs #13/11 Baylor (1/24/07)
  Earnesia Williams’ Career Statistics
                                             3-Pointers                                     Rebounds
  Year         GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct                   FT-FTA     Pct       Off-Def  Tot       Avg     PF-FO Ast      TO    Blk     Stl    Pts/Avg
  2005-06           medical redshirt
  2006-07      30-30 768- 25.6 114-279 .409 12-40 .300               45-64     .703       59-69     128       4.3    74-1     25    34     7      34     285 - 9.5
  2007-08      27-26 602- 22.3 79-189 .418 16-41 .390                41-41     .804       38-67     105       3.9    64-1     17    46     7      30     215- 8.0
  TOTALS       57-56 1,370- 24.4 193-465 .411 28-81 .348             86-115    .746       97-136    233       4.2    138-2    47    80     14     64     500- 8.8



                                CARLA CORTIJO                        #3                                   Carla Cortijo: Season & Career Highs
                                                                                                           SEASON                         CAREER
                                5-7 • RS-Sophomore • Point Guard                               Points
                                Carolina, Puerto Rico                                          17 vs Missouri State (11/11/07)            same
                                                                                               FG Made
                                (Bellaire HS-Bellaire, Texas)                                  6 three times-recent @#6/6 Baylor (1/30/08) same
                                *starting point guard who leads UT in assists for              FG Attempted
                                the second consecutive year ... currently has                  16 @#22 Arizona State (12/20/07)           same
                                dished out 133 (4.8 apg) in 28 games ... that is               3-Point FG Made
                                the sixth-highest assist total by a UT freshman in             3 vs. #15/16 Oklahoma State (2/20/08)      same
                                history                                                        3-Point FG Attempted
                                * also first in steals (55, 1.96 spg) and third in             6 vs. #15/16 Oklahoma State (2/20/08)      7 vs Iowa State (1/18/07)
                                team scoring (9.5 ppg)                                         Free Throws Made
                                * was a candidate for Nancy Lieberman award                    10 twice-last vs #12/13 DePaul (12/28/07) same
                                                                                               Free Throws Attempted
                                as national point guard of the year
                                                                                               11 twice-last vs #12/13 DePaul (12/28/07) same
                                * holds 1.37 assist-to-turnover ratio this season              Rebounds
                                with 133 assists, 98 turnovers                                 7 vs UAB (11/25/07)                        9 vs Texas Tech (2/24/07)
                                * double-figure scoring 7 times in last 12 games               Assists
                                * in Big 12 game stats, stands third in conference             9 twice -last @Texas Tech (1/20/08)        13 vs Texas Tech (2/24/07)
                                assists average (4.4)                                          Blocks
                                * Big 12 Player of the Week (Jan. 2) after two-                1 twice                                    same
                                game totals of 28 points/14 assists in wins over               Steals
                                No. 13 DePaul and San Diego                                    5 twice- last @TAMUCC (12/20/07)           5 four times
                                * named to Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll                    Minutes Played
                                for fall of 2007 semester                                      39 twice-last @Tx A&M (1/09/08)            45 @Missouri (1/10/07)
 Carla Cortijo’s Career Statistics
                                           3-Pointers                                   Rebounds
 Year        GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA               Pct     FT-FTA     Pct     Off-Def  Tot          Avg     PF-FO Ast      TO    Blk    Stl     Pts/Avg
 2005-06           medical redshirt
 2006-07      30-20 944- 31.5 77-212 .363 15-59            .254     54-74 .730        15-118       133      4.4      58-0    147 100      9      52     223- 7.4
 2007-08     28-25 843-30.1 85-229 .371 21-61              .344    75-102 .735         10-68       78       2.8     60-0     133 98      2       55     266- 9.5
 TOTALS      58-45 1,787- 31.2 161-441 .366 36-120         .305   129-176 .739        25-186       211      3.5     118-0    280 198     11     107     489- 8.4
Texas Basketball - PLAYER INFORMATION

                                  ERIKA ARRIARAN                        #4                                  Erika Arriaran: Season & Career Highs
                                                                                                              SEASON                             CAREER
                                  5-10 • Sophomore • Guard                                          Points
                                  Norco, Calif. (Norco HS)                                          --
                                                                                                    FG Made
                                                                                                                                   20 vs Sam Houston St (11/20/06)

                                                                                                    --                             7 vs UT-Pan American (12/06/06)
                                  * former Big 12 All-Freshman Team performer who                   FG Attempted
                                  has not played in a game since last Jan. 7 when                   ---                            19 vs Oklahoma (2/15/06)
                                  she suffered an ACL tear of her left knee ...                     3-Point FG Made
                                                                                                    --                             5 vs UT-Pan American (12/06/06)
                                  missed the remainder of 2006-07 after the injury
                                                                                                    3-Point FG Attempted
                                  * granted a NCAA medical redshirt waiver                          --                             10 vs Iowa State (3/07/06)
                                  * this preseason, was on track to return to practice              Free Throws Made
                                  in November before suffering a meniscal tear in                   --                             8 vs Sam Houston St (11/20/06)
                                  that same knee; had arthroscopic knee surgery on                  Free Throws Attempted
                                  Nov. 10 and is sidelined indefinitely                             --                             9 vs Sam Houston St (11/20/06)
                                                                                                    Rebounds
                                                                                                    --                             7 twice- last vs Nebraska (1/03/07)
                                                                                                    Assists
                                                                                                    --                             7 vs Louisiana-Lafayette (11/13/06)
                                                                                                    Blocks
                                                                                                    --                             3 vs Nebraska (1/03/07)
                                                                                                    Steals
                                                                                                    --                             6 vs Oklahoma (1/25/06)
                                                                                                    Minutes Played
  Erika Arriaran’s Career Statistics                                                                --                             37 vs Oregon State (12/28/06)
                                                3-Pointers                                        Rebounds
  Year        GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA                 Pct     FT-FTA      Pct Off-Def        Tot   Avg       PF-FO Ast     TO      Blk     Stl     Pts/Avg
  2005-06     28-27 855- 30.5 120-315 .381 46-131            .351      35-41     .854 20-67          87    3.1        43-0 53      71       8      36     321- 11.5
  2006-07     15-15 458-30.5 54-139 .388 26-65               .400      24-27     .889  7-32          39    2.6        22-0 34      44       4       9     158- 10.5
  2007-08               has not yet played (injured)
  TOTALS      43-42 1313-30.5 174-454 .383 72-186            .367     59-68      .868     27-99       126     2.9     65-0   87    115     12      45     479- 11.2



                                  KAT NASH               #5                                                   Kat Nash: Season & Career Highs
                                                                                                                   SEASON                         CAREER
                                  6-2 • Freshman • Guard                                               Points
                                  Plano, Texas (Plano West HS)                                         19 vs Lamar (11/15/07)                     same
                                                                                                       FG Made
                                  * making an immediate impact as a rookie                             7 vs Lamar (11/15/07)                      same
                                  * although coming off the bench 20 times (with just eight            FG Attempted
                                  starts), is second on the UT squad in rebounding (6.6                13 twice- last @ #13 Arizona St (12/20/07) same
                                  rpg) and fourth in scoring (8.1 ppg) ... also first in 3-point-      3-Point FG Made
                                  ers made (33) and taken (89) and in free throw percent-              4 vs Virginia (11/23/07)                   same
                                  age (.839, 51-of-61) ... third in FT’s made on the team              3-Point FG Attempted
                                  * has missed just three free throws in the last 13 games,            5 five times-last @Texas Tech (1/20/08)    same
                                  going 24-for-27 from the line in this span, making 89 per-           Free Throws Made
                                  cent of her foul shots                                               7 vs Lamar (11/15/07)                      same
                                  * recorded two double-doubles with 19 pts/10 rebs vs.                Free Throws Attempted
                                  Lamar (Nov. 15) and 12 pts/10 rebs vs. Iowa State (Jan.
                                                                                                       6 twice-last vs Kansas State (1/13/08)     same
                                  16)... those 19 points are a career high
                                                                                                       Rebounds
                                                                                                       13 vs #11/10 Oklahoma (2/03/08)            same
                                  * ripped down a career-best 13 rebounds against No.
                                                                                                       Assists
                                  11/10 Oklahoma (Feb. 3), coming off the bench
                                                                                                       4 three times-last vs UT-Pan Am (1/04/08) same
                                  * UT’s leading rebounder 11 times (twice tied) and twice
                                                                                                       Blocks
                                  has been leading scorer
                                                                                                       1 three times -last vs #11/10 Oklahoma (2/03/08) same
                                  * has the third-highest conference rebound average
                                                                                                       Steals
                                  among all Big 12 freshman, pulling down 6.5 rpg
                                                                                                       5 @No. 1/1 Tennessee (11/18/07)            same
                                  * selected Big 12 Rookie of the Week (Nov. 19) after two-            Minutes Played
                                  game totals of 36 points and 19 rebs vs. No. 1                       34 3x- last @#15/16 Okla State (2/20/08) same
                                  Tennessee and Lamar.. had 17 points/9 rebs/5 steals                  Double-Doubles (Pts/Rebs)
                                  against Tennessee                                                    2                                          same
                                  * Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (fall 2007)


Kat Nash’s Career Statistics
                                       3-Pointers                                         Rebounds
Year        GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct                     FT-FTA      Pct     Off-Def  Tot        Avg     PF-FO Ast     TO     Blk     Stl     Pts/Avg
2007-08      28-8 724- 25.9 71-187 .380 33-89 .371                   52-62     .839     55-130   185        6.6      55-1 37      49      4      20      227- 8.1
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                                        BRITTAINEY RAVEN                          #10                       Brittainey Raven: Season & Career Highs
                                                                                                                SEASON                             CAREER
                                        6-0 • Sophomore • Guard                                     Points
                                        Fort Worth, Texas                                           23 @ San Diego (12/30/07)                      same
                                                                                                    FG Made
                                        (North Crowley HS)                                          8- 3x -last @ Kansas (2/27/708 )               8 - three times
                                        Team Co-Captain                                             FG Attempted
                                        * enjoying breakout sophomore season ... team leader        19 twice-last @Texas Tech (1/20/08)            2 twice
                                        in overall scoring (15.4), second in steals (52, 1.9 spg)   3-Point FG Made
                                        and second in assists (82, 2.9) ... one of two players to   2 - 3x-last vs. No. 15/16 Okla St. (2/20/08)   2, five times
                                        start all 28 games                                          3-Point FG Attempted
                                        * in Big 12 action, has a team-high 14.1 ppg with 4.6       6 twice-last @Texas Tech (1/20/08)             same
                                        rpg                                                         Free Throws Made
                                        * coming off a 21-point effort in win over Kansas (Feb.     8 @Nebraska (1/09/08)                          same
                                        27) - two points shy of her career high                     Free Throws Attempted
                                        * had team-high 18 points with five rebounds in upset       10 @No. 1/1 Tennessee (11/18/07)               same
                                        win over No. 8/8 Baylor (61-51)                             Rebounds
                                        * in double-figure scoring a team-best 27 times in 28       9 vs UT-Arlington (11/29/07)                   same
                                        games .. included was a 20-game string of double-digit      Assists
                                        scoring to start the year - a career best - and the         7 @ San Diego (12/30/07)                       same
                                        longest such streak by a UT player since Edwina Brown       Blocks
                                        had 22 straight 10-plus point games in 2000                 2 @Nebraska (1/09/08)                          2, four times
                                        * Wahine Classic All-Tournament Team (Nov. 23-25) in        Steals
                                        Honolulu and to the Maggie Dixon Surf ‘N Slam Classic       8 vs. La-Lafayette (12/16/07)                  same
                                        All-Tournament Team (Dec. 28-30)                            Minutes Played
                                        * career-high 22 points vs. Lamar
                                                                                                    39 twice-last vs Kansas State (1/13/08)        same

   Brittainey Raven’s Career Statistics
                                                    3-Pointers                                   Rebounds
   Year          GP-GS     Min/Avg      FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA            Pct    FT-FTA Pct        Off-Def   Tot      Avg     PF-FO Ast TO            Blk     Stl       Pts/Avg
    2006-07      32-25     819- 25.6     96-271 .354 16-49          .327     44- 64 .688       37-55     92      2.9      76-1  51 79            16      41       252- 7.9
    2007-08      28-28     897- 32.0    156-360 .433 18-74          .243    100-142 .704       53-77    130      4.6      61-2  82 82            13      52       430- 15.4
   TOTALS        60-53    1,706- 28.7   252-631 .399 34-123         .276    144-206 .699      90-132    222      3.9     137-3 133 161           29      93       682- 11.4




                                                                              #20
                                                                                                        Erneisha Bailey: Season & Career Highs
                                      ERNEISHA BAILEY                                                       SEASON                         CAREER
                                      5-9 • Senior • Guard                                      Points
                                                                                                13 vs Lamar (11/15/07)                     17 vs Texas State (11/14/06)
                                      Kansas City, Mo. (Pembroke Hill)                          FG Made
                                                                                                6 vs Lamar (11/15/07)                      7 vs Texas State (11/14/06)
                                                                                                FG Attempted
                                      *member of last year’s Big 12 All-Defensive
                                                                                                14 vs. No. 8 Baylor (2/13/08)              same
                                      Team who is third in UT steals (48, 1.72)                 3-Point FG Made
                                      * sixth with 7.0 points per game ... third in             2 twice-last vs La-Lafayette (12/16/07)    same
                                      team assists (58, 2.1 apg) .... tied for in               3-Point FG Attempted
                                      rebounding (4.6)                                          6 vs La-Lafayette (12/16/07)               same
                                      * has 30 steals in last 10 games, all against             Free Throws Made
                                      Big 12 foes                                               6 vs Virginia (11/23/07)                   7 vs TAMUCC (12/21/05)
                                      * stands third in Big 12 steals with 33 in 14             Free Throws Attempted
                                      games, averaging 2.4 thefts per game                      7 vs Virginia (11/23/07)                   10 vs TAMUCC (12/21/05)
                                      * had a season-high 13-point effort in the                Rebounds
                                      upset win over #8 Baylor (Feb. 13)                        11 vs Kentucky (11/24/07)                  11 three times
                                      * in double-figure scoring nine times - includ-           Assists
                                                                                                5- three times- last vs UTPan American (1/04/08)       same
                                      ing three times in Big 12 action ... this includes
                                                                                                Blocks
                                      10 points against Kansas (Feb. 27) in UT’s                1- four times                              2 four times
                                      last game                                                 Steals
                                                                                                5 @Texas Tech (1/20/08)                    5 twice
                                                                                                Minutes Played
                                                                                                38 vs Kansas State (1/13/08)               40 vs #13/11 Baylor (1/24/07)
                                                                                                Double-Doubles (Pts/Rebs)
Erneisha Bailey’s Career Statistics                                                             0                                          2
                                                    3-Pointers                             Rebounds
Year          GP-GS     Min/Avg      FG-FGA     Pct FG-FGA Pct          FT-FTA      Pct Off-Def   Tot         Avg      PF-FO Ast TO        Blk     Stl         Pts/Avg
2004-05         19-0     137- 7.2      4-22    .182    0-0     .000       8-12     .667   9- 9     18         0.9       19-0  10 14         2        4          16- 0.8
2005-06         27-6    325-12.0      29-82    .354    0-2     .000      24-41     .585 26-23      49         1.8       40-0 10 29          0      10          82- 3.0
2006-07        32-32    955- 29.8     93-221   .421    0-4     .000      55-77     .714 64-107    171         5.3      103-4 50 61         15       62         241- 7.5
2007-08        28-24    703- 25.1     71-186   .382 16-61 .262           39-53     .736 44-86     130         4.6       87-3 58 55          5       48         197- 7.0
TOTALS        106-62   2,120- 20.0   197-511   .386 16-67 .239          126-183    .688 143-225   368         3.5      249-7 128 159       22      124         536- 5.1
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                              NIQKY HUGHES                   #23                                       Niqky Hughes: Season & Career Highs
                              6-1 • Sophomore • Forward                                                   SEASON                             CAREER
                                                                                              Points
                              Waxahachie, Texas (Waxahachie HS)                               6 vs Missouri (1/26/08)                        15 vs La-Lafayette (11/13/06)
                                                                                              FG Made
                              * missed all of November and December play                      2 vs Iowa State (1/16/08)            5 twice-last vs New Mexico (11/17/06)
                              recovering from surgery on a recurrent pancreatic               FG Attempted
                                                                                              7 vs UT-Pan American (1/04/08) 10 twice-last vs New Mexico (11/17/06)
                              cyst... underwent surgery on Nov. 10 and was out
                                                                                              3-Point FG Made
                              for six weeks, returning to the court for the UT-Pan
                                                                                              1 twice- last @Texas Tech (1/20/08)            same
                              American game on Jan. 4                                         3-Point FG Attempted
                                                                                              2- 3 times- last vs Missouri (1/26/08)         same
                              * plays the “two” and “three” positions                         Free Throws Made
                                                                                              4 vs Missouri (1/26/08)              5 twice-last vs #13/11 Baylor (1/24/07)
                              * 2.2 points, 1.2 rebounds per game                             Free Throws Attempted
                                                                                              4 vs Missouri (1/26/08)                        7 vs La-Lafayette (11/13/06)
                              * against Missouri (Jan. 26), came off bench to                 Rebounds
                              score six points, a season high, and grab three                 3 - 3 times- last vs Missouri (1/26/08)     7 twice-last @Tx Tech (1/27/07)
                              rebounds in eight minutes of play                               Assists
                                                                                              2 vs UT-Pan American (1/04/08)                 2- three times
                                                                                              Blocks
                                                                                              0                                       1 twice- last vs Southern (11/30/06)
                                                                                              Steals
                                                                                              2 @Texas Tech (1/20/08)                        3 vs TAMUCC (12/21/06)
                                                                                              Minutes Played
                                                                                              15 @Texas Tech (1/20/08)                       29 @Texas Tech (1/27/07


   Niqky Hughes’ Career Statistics
                                           3-Pointers                                    Rebounds
   Year        GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct                  FT-FTA      Pct    Off-Def  Tot        Avg    PF-FO Ast        TO       Blk       Stl     Pts/Avg
   2006-07      32-2 439- 13.7 52-137 .380    0-2     .000           31-51     .608    38-48    86         2.7     43-0 11         23        3        13      135- 4.2
   2007-08      11-0  83- 7.5   7-24  .292 2-10       .200            8-10     .800     7-6     13         1.2      7-0  2          5        0         3       24- 2.2
   TOTALS       43-2 522- 12.0 59-161 .368 2-12       .170           39-61     .639    45-54    99         2.3     50-0 13         28        3        16      159- 3.7




                                   KRISTEN NASH                  #32                                 Kristen Nash: Season & Career Highs
                                                                                                      SEASON                        CAREER
                                   6-3 • Freshman • Forward                               Points
                                   Plano, Texas (Plano West HS)                           9 vs Sam Houston State (12/02/07)         same
                                                                                          FG Made
                                                                                          4 vs UT-Pan American (1/04/08)            same
                                   * reserve forward who has played in 16                 FG Attempted
                                   games overall, including seven in Big 12               5 vs UT-Pan American (1/04/08)            same
                                                                                          3-Point FG Made
                                   * played nine minutes against the Texas                0                                         0
                                   A&M Aggies (Feb. 9), sparking UT’s run in              3-Point FG Attempted
                                   the second half with strong defense, two               0                                         0
                                   points, two rebounds and a steal                       Free Throws Made
                                                                                          3 twice - last @ Kansas (2/27/08)         same
                                                                                          Free Throws Attempted
                                   * best game was a career-high nine points              4 twice - last @ Kansas (2/27/08)         same
                                   against Sam Houston State (Dec. 2)                     Rebounds
                                                                                          6 vs UT-Pan American (1/04/08)            same
                                   * 2.3 ppg, 2.6 rpg                                     Assists
                                                                                          2 vs Sam Houston State (12/02/07)         same
                                   * shooting 59.1 percent from floor (13-22)             Blocks
                                                                                          2 @ TAMUCC (12/08/07)                     same
                                   * Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selec-              Steals
                                   tion all three semesters to date                       1 four times- last @Tx A&M (2/09/08)      same
                                                                                          Minutes Played
                                                                                          18 twice- last vs Sam Houston St (12/02/07) same
 Kristen Nash’s Career Statistics
                                               3-Pointers                               Rebounds
 Year        GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct                 FT-FTA      Pct      Off-Def  Tot       Avg     PF-FO Ast     TO       Blk       Stl       Pts/Avg
 2006-08           medical redshirt
 2007-08      16-0    149- 9.3      13-22 .591    0-0     ---     10-19      .526     21-21     42       2.6     20-0     4    7        5         4         36- 2.3
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                                                                                #34
                                                                                                                     Crysal Boyd: Season & Career Highs
                                       CRYSTAL BOYD                                                                   SEASON                           CAREER
                                       5-11 • RS Sophomore • Guard                                        Points
                                       Little Rock, Ark. (Parkview HS)                                    16 @ TAMUCC (12/08/07)                       same
                                                                                                          FG Made
                                                                                                          6 @ TAMUCC (12/08/07)                        same
                                       * missed beginning of season recovering from                       FG Attempted
                                       a series of off-season foot surgeries as she                       10 @ TAMUCC (12/08/07)                       11 vs North Texas (12/18/05)
                                       has been hampered by foot stress fractures                         3-Point FG Made
                                       the last year                                                      4 @ TAMUCC (12/08/07)                        same
                                       * has seen action in 20 games off the bench                        3-Point FG Attempted
                                       at the shooting guard spot... also can play                        6 @ TAMUCC (12/08/07)                        same
                                                                                                          Free Throws Made
                                       points ...9.9 minutes per game
                                                                                                          5 vs. #21/19 Texas A&M (2/24/08)             same
                                       * 3.3 points, 1.7 rebounds per game                                Free Throws Attempted
                                       * had her best-ever Big 12 game as she                             6 twice- last vs. #21/19 Tx A&M (2/24/08) same
                                       scored 12 points on 3-4 FG’s and 5-6 in FT’s                       Rebounds
                                       against No. 21 Texas A&M (Feb. 24)                                 4 -3 times - last vs Kansas St (1/13/08)     5 vs Connecticut (2/12/06)
                                       * played her first game in almost a year when                      Assists
                                       she came off the bench on Dec. 20 to pour in                       3 @ TAMUCC (12/08/07)                4 twice- last vs Southern (11/30/06)
                                       a career-high 16 points on 6-for-10 shooting                       Blocks
                                       (and 4-6 in 3’s) against TAMU-Corpus Christi                       1 twice                                      2 vs San Diego (12/30/06)
                                       (Dec. 8)... the last time she had played was                       Steals
                                       December 30, 2006 when she broke her foot                          2 twice - last @Texas Tech (1/20/08      4 vs Sam Houston St (11/21/05)
                                       against San Diego                                                  Minutes Played
                                                                                                          21 @ TAMUCC (12/08/07)                       21 twice
   Crystal Boyd’s’ Career Statistics
                                                         3-Pointers                                    Rebounds
   Year            GP-GS Min/Avg        FG-FGA       Pct FG-FGA Pct              FT-FTA       Pct    Off-Def  Tot       Avg     PF-FO Ast     TO      Blk          Stl      Pts/Avg
   2005-06            26-0 222- 8.5       27-76     .355 3-10       .300          11-19      .579    10-30    40        1.5      19-0 17      36       3           20       68- 2.6
   2006-07            5-0* 31- 6.2         5-12     .417    0-1     .000           3-4       .750     2- 5     7        1.4       3-0  4       6       3            2       13- 2.6
   2007-08            20-0 197- 9.9      24-68      .353 11-34      .333          6-10       .600    12-21    33        1.7      18-0 14      29       2           11       65- 3.3
   TOTALS             51-0 470- 9.2      56-151     .366 14-44 .319               20-33      .606    24-56    80        1.6      40-0 35      71       8           33       146- 2.8
   * Medical redshirt

                                      ASHLEY LINDSEY                              #35                            Ashley Lindsey: Season & Career Highs
                                      6-4 • Junior • Post                                                             SEASON                             CAREER
                                      Austin, Texas                                                       Points
                                                                                                          20 vs #6/6 Baylor (1/30/08)                    same
                                      (Pflugerville Connally HS)                                          FG Made
                                      * arguably the most improved player in the Big 12                   10 @ #6/6 Baylor (1/30/08)                     same
                                      Conference this season ... UT’s starting post after playing         FG Attempted
                                      limited minutes a year ago when she averaged 11.3 min-              17 @ #6/6 Baylor (1/30/08)                     same
                                      utes, 3.3 points and 2.2 rebounds/game                              3-Point FG Made
                                      * this year, is second in UT scoring (11.5), first in rebound-      0                                              same
                                      ing (6.9), first in blocks (75, 2.8) and FG percentage (.519)       3-Point FG Attempted
                                      * ranks No. 11 nationally in blocks average                         1 @ Nebraska (1/09/08)                         same
                                      * in double-figure scoring nine consecutive games (Jan.             Free Throws Made
                                      20-Feb. 20)- the longest such streak of her UT career... in
                                                                                                          10 @ #6/6 Baylor (1/30/08)                     same
                                      this span, had 121 points (13.4 ppg), 60 rebounds (6.4
                                                                                                          Free Throws Attempted
                                      rpg) and 24 blocks ... broke that streak with eight points
                                      against Texas A&M (Feb. 24) and eight against Kansas
                                                                                                          17 @ #6/6 Baylor (1/30/08)                     same
                                      (Feb. 27)                                                           Rebounds
                                      * in Big 12 game statistics, is second in league blocks             11- 4 times, last vs Kansas St (1/13/08)       14 vs TAMU-CC (12/21/05)
                                      (37, 2.7 bpg), seventh in field goal pct. (.481)... also fifth in   Assists
                                      offensive rebounds (2.62 per game) and 14th in rebound-             2- twice- last vs TAMUCC (12/08/07)            3 vs Southern (11/30/06)
                                      ing (6.9)                                                           Blocks
                                      * those 75 blocks are the fourth-highest single season total        7 @ Nebraska (1/09/06)                         same
                                      in UT history ...one block shy of No. 3 spot, 10 shy of the         Steals
                                      second-best spot (85 by 6-9 Ellen Bayer, 1989-90)                   4 vs Missouri (1/26/08)                        4 twice
                                      * No. 4 in Texas career blocks (with 159) ... is 22 blocks          Minutes Played
                                      shy of the No. 3 spot                                               36 twice-last vs. #8 Baylor (2/13/08)          36 three times
                                                                                                          Double-Doubles (Pts/Rebs)
 Ashley Lindsey’s Career Statistics                                                                       5 - last 18 p/10 r @Oklahoma St (2/20/08)      8
                                                      3-Pointers                                    Rebounds
 Year         GP-GS    Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct              FG-FGA        Pct     FT-FTA       Pct     Off-Def  Tot       Avg      PF-FO Ast TO         Blk       Stl         Pts/Avg
 2005-06       28-9   538 -19.2 67-141 .475              0-0         —-       18-31       .581    61-76    137       4.9       43-1  7  37          54       22          152- 5.4
 2006-07       26-0    294- 11.3 39-68 .574              0-0         —-       8-17       .471     23-33     56       2.2       33-0  9  19         30        13           86- 3.3
 2007-08      28-28    778- 27.8 150-289 .519            0-1        .000      22-34      .647     75-117   192       6.9       72-2 13 81           75       38          322- 11.5
 TOTALS       82-37   1,610-19.7 256-498 .514            0-1        .000      48-82      .585    159-226   385       4.8      148-3 29 137         159       73          560- 6.8
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                                                                                                 Aubry Cook: Season & Career Highs
                               AUBRY COOK                      #43                    Points
                                                                                                 SEASON                              CAREER
                               6-3 • Junior • Post                                    13 vs Lamar (11/15/07)             15 twice - last vs Southern (11/30/06)
                               Houston, Texas (Cy-Fair HS)                            FG Made
                                                                                      6 vs Lamar (11/15/07)                          7 vs Southern (11/30/06)
                                                                                      FG Attempted
                               *reserve post who averages 3.4 points, 2.6             9 vs UT-Pan American (1/04/08) 9 twice - last vs Southern (11/30/06)
                               rebounds per contest                                   3-Point FG Made
                                                                                      0                                              0
                               * plays 12.2 minutes per game overall, 8.2 in          3-Point FG Attempted
                               Big 12 games                                           0                                              0
                                                                                      Free Throws Made
                               * collected her first career double-double with        4 vs UT-Pan American (1/04/08)           4 twice -last vs UTPA (1/04/08)
                               10 points/career-high 10 rebounds against UT-          Free Throws Attempted
                                                                                      5 vs UT-Pan American (1/04/08)           5 twice - last vs UTPA (1/04/08)
                               Pan American (Jan. 4) ... also had a career-
                                                                                      Rebounds
                               high three steals in that game                         10 vs UT-Pan American (1/04/08)                same
                                                                                      Assists
                               * had career-high 13 points against Lamar on           2 five times (last vs Ariz State, 12/20/07) same
                               Nov. 15                                                Blocks
                                                                                      2- 3 times (last vs La-Lafayette, 12/16/07) 2 - six times
                               * has gone 8-for-12 in Big 12 free throws ... is       Steals
                               24-for-33 (.727) overall in free throw accuracy        3 vs UT-Pan American (1/04/08)                 same
                                                                                      Minutes Played
                                                                                      25 vs Tennessee (11/18/07)                     27 vs Southern (11/30/06)
                                                                                      Double-Doubles
  Aubry Cook’s Career Statistics                                                      1 (10 pts/10 rebs vs UTPA (1/04/08)            1
                                          3-Pointers                                Rebounds
  Year       GP-GS   Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA           Pct    FT-FTA    Pct     Off-Def  Tot       Avg     PF-FO Ast     TO    Blk       Stl     Pts/Avg
  2005-06     26-8   294- 11.3 47-94 .500    0-0         ---     23-41   .561     28-35     63       2.4      56-4  4      28    10         7      117- 4.5
  2006-07     22-2   159- 7.2  18-48 .375    0-0          --      5-10   .500     16-18     34       1.5      23-0  2      15    11         6      41- 1.9
  2007-08     27-1   330- 12.2 34-88 .386    0-0         ---     24-33   .727     34-37    71        2.6      39-0 16      30     8        19       92- 3.5
  TOTALS     75-12   783- 9.8 99-230 .430    0-0          --     52-84   .619     78-90    168       2.1     118-4 22      73    29        32      250- 3.3



                              RACHEL RENTSCHLER                            #44                   Rachel Rentschler: Season & Career Highs
                                                                                                          SEASON                                 CAREER
                              6-2 • Freshman • Forward                                        Points
                              Keller, Texas                                                   13 vs Lamar (11/15/07)                             same
                              (Fort Worth Christian HS)                                       FG Made
                                                                                              6 vs Lamar (11/15/07)                              same
                                                                                              FG Attempted
                              * reserve forward who averages 11.8 minutes per                 9 vs Lamar (11/15/07)                              same
                              game ... 3.1 points and 2.0 rebounds per game                   3-Point FG Made
                                                                                              1 twice (last vs. Okla State, 1/23/08)             same
                                                                                              3-Point FG Attempted
                              * played in first 23 games... did not see action vs.
                                                                                              2 twice (last vs. Iowa State, 1/16/08)             same
                              No. 8 Baylor (coaches decision)... played in last               Free Throws Made
                              four games off the bench                                        3 vs UT-Pan American (1/04/08)                     same
                                                                                              Free Throws Attempted
                              * has 16 blocks, second-best on squad                           4 vs UT-Pan American (1/04/08)                     same
                                                                                              Rebounds
                              * played a key role off the bench in UT’s upset win             5 vs Lamar (11/15/07)                              same
                              over Oklahoma State (Jan. 23) as she collected                  Assists
                              five points, two boards, two blocks and a steal in              3 vs Kentucky (11/24/07)                           same
                              17 minutes of action                                            Blocks
                                                                                              2 four times (last vs Okla State, 1/23/08)         same
                              * selected to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor                   Steals
                              Roll for the fall 2007 semester                                 1 seven times (last vs Baylor, 1/30/08)            same
                                                                                              Minutes Played
                                                                                              21 vs Lamar (11/15/07)                             same

 Rachel Rentschler’s Career Statistics
                                       3-Pointers                                   Rebounds
 Year        GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct               FT-FTA     Pct     Off-Def  Tot      Avg     PF-FO Ast     TO    Blk    Stl         Pts/Avg
 2007-08      27-0 319- 11.8 36-87 .414 2-11      .182          9-13     .692     18-35    53       2.0      17-0 12       9    16      8          83- 3.1
                                        2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                              Texas Combined Team Statistics (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                   All games

RECORD:                                 OVERALL               HOME                  AWAY                NEUTRAL
ALL GAMES...........                    (17-11)              (10-3)                (4-7)                (3-1)
CONFERENCE..........                    (5-9)                (4-3)                 (1-6)                (0-0)
NON-CONFERENCE......                    (12-2)               (6-0)                 (3-1)                (3-1)
                                       |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|               |----REBOUNDS----|
## Player              GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA     Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct FT-FTA    Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO       A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
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10 Raven, Brittainey.. 28-28 897 32.0 156-360 .433 18-74      .243 100-142 .704    53 77 130 4.6 61 2 82 82 13 52 430 15.4
35 Lindsey, Ashley.... 28-28 778 27.8 150-289 .519     0-1    .000 22-34    .647   75 117 192 6.9 72 2 13 81 75 38 322 11.5
03 Cortijo, Carla..... 28-25 843 30.1 85-229 .371 21-61       .344 75-102 .735     10 68    78 2.8 60 0 133 98       2 55 266 9.5
05 Nash, Kathleen..... 28-8   724 25.9 71-187 .380 33-89      .371 52-62    .839   55 130 185 6.6 55 1 37 49         4 20 227 8.1
00 Williams, Earnesia. 27-26 602 22.3 79-189 .418 16-41       .390 41-51    .804   38 67 105 3.9 64 1 17 46          7 30 215 8.0
20 Bailey, Erneisha... 28-24 703 25.1 71-186 .382 16-61       .262 39-53    .736   44 86 130 4.6 87 3 58 55          5 48 197 7.0
43 Cook, Aubrey....... 27-1   330 12.2 34-88    .386   0-0    .000 24-33    .727   34 37    71 2.6 39 0 16 30        8 19    92 3.4
34 Boyd, Crystal...... 20-0   197 9.9 24-68     .353 11-34    .324   6-10   .600   12 21    33 1.7 18 0 14 29        2 11    65 3.3
44 Rentschler, Rachel. 27-0   319 11.8 36-87    .414   2-11   .182   9-13   .692   18 35    53 2.0 17 0 12       9 16    8   83 3.1
32 Nash, Kristen...... 16-0   149 9.3 13-22     .591   0-0    .000 10-19    .526   21 21    42 2.6 20 0      4   7   5   4   36 2.3
23 Hughes, Niqky...... 11-0    83 7.5    7-24   .292   2-10   .200   8-10   .800    7   6   13 1.2    7 0    2   5   0   3   24 2.2
   TEAM...............                                                             52 53 105 3.8      1          2
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   Total.............. 28    5625      726-1729 .420 119-382 .312 386-529 .730 419 718 1137 40.6 501 9 388 493 137 288 1957 69.9
   Opponents.......... 28    5625      608-1636 .372 131-474 .276 336-501 .671 394 652 1046 37.4 483 - 332 561 103 237 1683 60.1

 TEAM STATISTICS                     UT          OPP           DATE              OPPONENT                    W/L     SCORE   ATTEND
 ---------------------------------------------------           ------------      --------------------        ---     -----   ------
 SCORING..................         1957         1683           11/11/07          MISSOURI STATE              W       92-55     4952
   Points per game........         69.9         60.1           11/15/07          LAMAR                       W       94-35     4753
   Scoring margin.........         +9.8            -           11/18/07       at TENNESSEE                     L     67-92    15699
 FIELD GOALS-ATT..........     726-1729     608-1636           11/23/07       vs Virginia                      L     83-86     1666
   Field goal pct.........         .420         .372           11/24/07       vs Kentucky                    W       72-60     1755
 3 POINT FG-ATT...........      119-382      131-474           11/25/07       vs UAB                         W       59-49     1680
   3-point FG pct.........         .312         .276           11/29/07          UT ARLINGTON                W       76-60     4512
   3-pt FG made per game..          4.3          4.7           12/02/07          SAM HOUSTON STATE           W       91-41     4745
 FREE THROWS-ATT..........      386-529      336-501           12/8/07        at A&M-Corpus Christi          W       88-41     2159
   Free throw pct.........         .730         .671           12/16/07          LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE         W       76-43     5051
 REBOUNDS.................         1137         1046           12-20-07       at Arizona State               W       62-51     4301
   Rebounds per game......         40.6         37.4           12/28/07       vs DePaul                      W       91-81     1570
   Rebounding margin......         +3.3            -           12/30/07       at SAN DIEGO TOREROS           W       81-79      860
 ASSISTS..................          388          332           01/04/08          UT-PAN AMERICAN             W       91-43     4988
   Assists per game.......         13.9         11.9          *01/09/08       at Nebraska                      L     45-56     3689
 TURNOVERS................          493          561          *01/13/08          KANSAS STATE                  LOT   74-77     5423
   Turnovers per game.....         17.6         20.0          *01/16/08          IOWA STATE                  W       59-56     4831
   Turnover margin........         +2.4            -          *01-20-08       at Texas Tech                    L     58-70    11937
   Assist/turnover ratio..          0.8          0.6          *01/23/08          OKLAHOMA STATE              W       70-63     4711
 STEALS...................          288          237          *01/26/08          MISSOURI                    W       67-37     5555
   Steals per game........         10.3          8.5          *01/30/08       at Baylor Lady Bears             L     60-61     7108
 BLOCKS...................          137          103          *02/03/08          OKLAHOMA                      L     58-74     6132
   Blocks per game........          4.9          3.7          *2/9/08         at Texas A&M                     L     57-66     4910
 WINNING STREAK...........            1            -          *02/13/08          BAYLOR LADY BEARS           W       61-51     7561
   Home win streak........            0            -          *2/16/08        at Colorado                      L     52-67     3891
 ATTENDANCE...............        70730        66239          *02-20-08       at Oklahoma State                L     66-71     2894
   Home games-Avg/Game....      13-5441      11-5415          *02/24/08          TEXAS A&M                     L     50-65     7516
   Neutral site-Avg/Game..            -       4-1668          *02/27/08       at Kansas                      W       57-53     2120
                                                             * = Conference   game
 SCORE BY PERIODS:                 1st 2nd    OT     Total
 ------------------------------   ---- ---- ----      ----
 Texas.........................    923 1031    3   - 1957
 Opponents.....................    787 890     6   - 1683
                                       2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                         Texas Season Schedule/Results & Leaders (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                  All games

 RECORD:                          OVERALL           HOME             AWAY            NEUTRAL
 ALL GAMES...........             (17-11)          (10-3)           (4-7)            (3-1)
 CONFERENCE..........             (5-9)            (4-3)            (1-6)            (0-0)
 NON-CONFERENCE......             (12-2)           (6-0)            (3-1)            (3-1)

 DATE     TIME           OPPONENT                              SCORE     ATTEND HIGH POINTS                 HIGH REBOUNDS
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 11/11/07 2 p.m.         MISSOURI STATE                   W    92-55       4952 (22)Raven, Brittainey       (9)Lindsey, Ashley
 11/15/07 7 p.m.         LAMAR                            W    94-35       4753 (19)Nash, Kathleen          (10)Nash, Kathleen
 11/18/07 3:00 p.m.      at TENNESSEE                          67-92 L    15699 (18)Raven, Brittainey       (9)Nash, Kathleen
                                                                                                            (9)Lindsey, Ashley
 11/23/07 1:20 PM        vs Virginia                           83-86 L     1666 (18)Nash, Kathleen          (7)Lindsey, Ashley
 11/24/07 1:10 p.m.      vs Kentucky                      W    72-60       1755 (17)Raven, Brittainey       (11)Bailey, Erneisha
 11/25/07 1:10 PM        vs UAB                           W    59-49       1680 (21)Raven, Brittainey       (11)Lindsey, Ashley
 11/29/07 7 p.m.         UT ARLINGTON                     W    76-60       4512 (16)Raven, Brittainey       (9)Raven, Brittainey
 12/02/07 2 p.m.         SAM HOUSTON STATE                W    91-41       4745 (19)Raven, Brittainey       (8)Nash, Kathleen
 12/8/07 1:30 p.m.       at A&M-Corpus Christi            W    88-41       2159 (16)Boyd, Crystal           (7)Lindsey, Ashley
                                                                                                            (7)Nash, Kathleen
 12/16/07 2 p.m.         LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE              W    76-43       5051 (14)Cortijo, Carla          (9)Nash, Kathleen
 12-20-07 6:30 p.m. MT   at Arizona State                 W    62-51       4301 (18)Raven, Brittainey       (9)Nash, Kathleen
 12/28/07 8:05 PM        vs DePaul                        W    91-81       1570 (17)Cortijo, Carla          (11)Lindsey, Ashley
 12/30/07 8:05 PM        at SAN DIEGO TOREROS             W    81-79        860 (23)Raven, Brittainey       (10)Lindsey, Ashley
 01/04/08 7:00 pm        UT-PAN AMERICAN                  W    91-43       4988 (13)Lindsey, Ashley         (10)Cook, Aubrey
 01/09/08 7:05 p.m.    * at Nebraska                           45-56 L     3689 (18)Raven, Brittainey       (11)Lindsey, Ashley
 01/13/08 1 p.m.       * KANSAS STATE                          74-77 LOT 5423 (15)Lindsey, Ashley           (11)Lindsey, Ashley
 01/16/08 7 p.m.       * IOWA STATE                       W    59-56       4831 (13)Cortijo, Carla          (10)Nash, Kathleen
 01-20-08 5 p.m.       * at Texas Tech                         58-70 L    11937 (15)Raven, Brittainey       (8)Lindsey, Ashley
                                                                                 (15)Lindsey, Ashley
 01/23/08 7 p.m.       * OKLAHOMA STATE                   W    70-63       4711 (19)Raven, Brittainey       (10)Nash, Kathleen
 01/26/08 1 p.m.       * MISSOURI                         W    67-37       5555 (14)Lindsey, Ashley         (7)Nash, Kathleen
 01/30/08 7:00 p.m.    * at Baylor Lady Bears                  60-61 L     7108 (20)Lindsey, Ashley         (10)Lindsey, Ashley
 02/03/08 1 p.m.       * OKLAHOMA                              58-74 L     6132 (14)Williams, Earnesia      (13)Nash, Kathleen
 2/9/08   11:00 AM     * at Texas A&M                          57-66 L     4910 (12)Williams, Earnesia      (6)Lindsey, Ashley
 02/13/08 8 p.m.       * BAYLOR LADY BEARS                W    61-51       7561 (18)Raven, Brittainey       (8)Bailey, Erneisha
 2/16/08 7 p.m.        * at Colorado                           52-67 L     3891 (16)Raven, Brittainey       (8)Nash, Kathleen
 02-20-08 7 p.m.       * at Oklahoma State                     66-71 L     2894 (18)Lindsey, Ashley         (10)Lindsey, Ashley
 02/24/08 2 p.m.       * TEXAS A&M                             50-65 L     7516 (13)Raven, Brittainey       (5)Raven, Brittainey
 02/27/08 7 p.m.       * at Kansas                        W    57-53       2120 (21)Raven, Brittainey       (8)Bailey, Erneisha

* = Conference game

 ATTENDANCE SUMMARY                            GAMES         TOTALS        AVG/GAME
  HOME....................                        13          70730            5441
  AWAY....................                        11          59568            5415
  NEUTRAL.................                         4           6671            1668
  TOTAL...................                        28         136969            4892
                                       2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                       Texas Game-by-Game Points-Rebounds-Assists (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                  All games


                                       00         03        05          10         20        23        32         34         35        43          44
Opponent    Date       Score   WL WILLIAMS, CORTIJO,C NASH,KATH RAVEN,BRI BAILEY,ER HUGHES,NI NASH,KRIS BOYD,CRYS LINDSEY,A COOK,AUBR RENTSCHLE
--------    ----       -----   -- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- ---------
MSU         11/11/07   92-55   W    13- 2- 2   17- 4- 7   9- 6- 3    22- 4- 1   10- 2- 3    DNP      1- 3- 0     DNP      14- 9- 0   4- 4- 2     2- 4- 0
LU          11/15/07   94-35   W     9- 4- 1    7- 4- 6   19-10- 4   12- 4- 6   13- 4- 3    DNP      0- 4- 1     DNP       8- 7- 2   13- 4- 0   13- 5- 1
at TENN     11/18/07   67-92    L    3- 1- 0   12- 3- 2   17- 9- 3   18- 3- 1    4- 3- 4    DNP      0- 3- 0     DNP       6- 9- 0   7- 2- 2     0- 2- 0
vs VA       11/23/07   83-86    L   15- 5- 2    8- 0- 7   18- 3- 0   15- 3- 4   12- 5- 1    DNP      1- 1- 0     DNP       8- 7- 1   6- 5- 0     0- 1- 0
vs UK       11/24/07   72-60   W    12- 1- 1    6- 5- 4   7- 7- 1    17- 4- 2    6-11- 5    DNP       DNP        DNP      16- 4- 1   2- 4- 1     6- 4- 3
vs UAB      11/25/07   59-49   W     4- 5- 1   11- 7- 2   7- 7- 0    21- 7- 2    5- 3- 1    DNP       DNP        DNP       9-11- 1   0- 5- 2     2- 0- 1
UTA         11/29/07   76-60   W    11- 8- 1   12- 2- 7   4- 4- 1    16- 9- 1   10- 5- 0    DNP      4- 4- 0    2- 0- 2   14- 6- 0   1- 7- 0     2- 1- 1
SHSU        12/02/07   91-41   W    12- 6- 1    6- 3- 5   9- 8- 0    19- 5- 7    7- 5- 2    DNP      9- 5- 2    3- 4- 3   12- 6- 0   8- 2- 1     6- 4- 1
at TAMUCC   12/8/07    88-41   W    11- 4- 0    9- 3- 5   9- 7- 1    13- 2- 3    9- 5- 5    DNP      5- 3- 1   16- 3- 0    6- 7- 2   5- 3- 2     5- 4- 1
UL          12/16/07   76-43   W     7- 5- 0   14- 4- 7   4- 9- 4    12- 5- 6    8- 4- 1    DNP      0- 1- 0    9- 3- 1    8- 2- 1   8- 3- 1     6- 3- 0
at ASU      12-20-07   62-51   W     2- 3- 0   10- 6- 7   10- 9- 2   18- 5- 0    5- 4- 1    DNP      0- 2- 0    0- 0- 0    9- 5- 0   4- 4- 2     4- 2- 0
vs DPU      12/28/07   91-81   W    10- 7- 1   17- 5- 9   15- 6- 0   15- 4- 4   12- 7- 4    DNP       DNP       2- 2- 0   16-11- 0   4- 3- 0     0- 2- 0
at USD      12/30/07   81-79   W    14- 5- 0   11- 1- 5   2- 6- 0    23- 8- 7    7- 4- 2    DNP       DNP       2- 1- 0   18-10- 0   2- 1- 0     2- 1- 0
UTPA-W      01/04/08   91-43   W     6- 5- 1    3- 2- 1   11- 7- 4   11- 3- 4   11- 4- 5   4- 3- 2   9- 6- 0    4- 2- 1   13- 2- 0   10-10- 1    9- 3- 2
at NU       01/09/08   45-56    L    0- 1- 2    0- 1- 1   9- 5- 1    18- 8- 0    7- 4- 1   0- 1- 0    DNP       0- 4- 1    4-11- 1   0- 1- 0     7- 2- 0
KS          01/13/08   74-77   OL    9- 5- 0    5- 2- 2   10- 4- 2   14- 6- 4   12- 9- 1    DNP       DNP       3- 4- 1   15-11- 0   4- 2- 0     2- 0- 0
ISU         01/16/08   59-56   W     0- 7- 0   13- 4- 4   12-10- 1   10- 3- 3    5- 2- 2   5- 3- 0   0- 0- 0    0- 0- 0    9- 6- 0   1- 1- 1     4- 3- 0
at TTU      01-20-08   58-70    L     DNP       8- 1- 9   9- 6- 2    15- 6- 1    5- 3- 2   4- 1- 0    DNP       2- 0- 2   15- 8- 0   0- 2- 1     0- 0- 0
OSU         01/23/08   70-63   W     6- 3- 0   11- 2- 5   7-10- 2    19- 4- 3    5- 5- 2    DNP       DNP        DNP      11- 5- 0   6- 1- 0     5- 2- 0
MU          01/26/08   67-37   W     7- 1- 0    4- 3- 6   5- 7- 1    13- 4- 3    6- 6- 0   6- 3- 0   2- 2- 0    5- 1- 0   14- 3- 0   3- 5- 0     2- 4- 1
at BU       01/30/08   60-61    L    5- 6- 1   16- 0- 0   5- 7- 0     7- 6- 5    5- 7- 3   0- 1- 0    DNP       0- 0- 0   20-10- 0   2- 0- 0     0- 0- 0
OU          02/03/08   58-74    L   14- 2- 1   10- 2- 4   4-13- 0    12- 5- 3    0- 4- 2   2- 0- 0    DNP       2- 1- 0   12- 4- 0   2- 1- 0     0- 1- 0
at TAMU     2/9/08     57-66    L   12- 5- 0    8- 3- 6   8- 1- 1    10- 1- 2    4- 3- 0   3- 1- 0   2- 2- 0    0- 0- 0   10- 6- 1   0- 0- 0     0- 0- 0
BU          02/13/08   61-51   W     9- 3- 0    4- 4- 5   7- 2- 3    18- 5- 1   13- 8- 4   0- 0- 0   0- 0- 0     DNP      10- 7- 1   0- 0- 0      DNP
at CU       2/16/08    52-67    L    6- 1- 0   12- 2- 4   0- 8- 0    16- 5- 0    4- 0- 2   0- 0- 0    DNP       3- 3- 1   11- 7- 1   0- 0- 0     0- 2- 1
at OSU      02-20-08   66-71    L   11- 3- 0   15- 2- 5   8- 9- 1    12- 2- 5    0- 1- 1   0- 0- 0   0- 3- 0    0- 1- 0   18-10- 1    DNP        2- 1- 0
TAMU        02/24/08   50-65    L    3- 4- 0   10- 2- 3   0- 2- 0    13- 5- 4    2- 4- 0    DNP       DNP      12- 1- 0    8- 3- 0   0- 0- 0     2- 0- 0
at KU       02/27/08   57-53   W     4- 3- 2    7- 1- 5   2- 3- 0    21- 4- 0   10- 8- 1    DNP      3- 3- 0    0- 3- 2    8- 5- 0   0- 1- 0     2- 2- 0
                                        2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                              Texas Combined Team Statistics (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                Conference games

RECORD:                                 OVERALL               HOME                  AWAY                NEUTRAL
ALL GAMES...........                    (5-9)                (4-3)                 (1-6)                (0-0)
CONFERENCE..........                    (5-9)                (4-3)                 (1-6)                (0-0)
NON-CONFERENCE......                    (0-0)                (0-0)                 (0-0)                (0-0)
                                       |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|               |----REBOUNDS----|
## Player              GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA     Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct FT-FTA    Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO       A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
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10 Raven, Brittainey.. 14-14 469 33.5 69-176 .392      8-35   .229 52-75    .693   27 37    64 4.6 36 2 34 42        9 20 198 14.1
35 Lindsey, Ashley.... 14-14 434 31.0 76-158 .481      0-1    .000 13-21    .619   38 58    96 6.9 41 1      5 51 37 18 165 11.8
03 Cortijo, Carla..... 14-12 437 31.2 39-112 .348 10-28       .357 35-52    .673    1 28    29 2.1 35 0 59 55        0 25 123 8.8
00 Williams, Earnesia. 13-12 297 22.8 32-87     .368   7-23   .304 15-19    .789   15 29    44 3.4 29 0      6 24    1 17    86 6.6
05 Nash, Kathleen..... 14-5   378 27.0 23-71    .324 16-44    .364 24-27    .889   25 62    87 6.2 30 0 14 20        2   0   86 6.1
20 Bailey, Erneisha... 14-12 353 25.2 27-85     .318   4-23   .174 20-27    .741   20 44    64 4.6 42 1 21 29        4 33    78 5.6
34 Boyd, Crystal...... 12-0   116 9.7    9-39   .231   4-20   .200   5-6    .833    7 11    18 1.5 12 0      7 12    1   7   27 2.3
23 Hughes, Niqky...... 10-0    70 7.0    6-17   .353   2-8    .250   6-8    .750    4   6   10 1.0    7 0    0   3   0   3   20 2.0
44 Rentschler, Rachel. 13-0   127 9.8 11-32     .344   2-10   .200   2-2   1.000    8   9   17 1.3 10 0      2   1   5   5   26 2.0
43 Cook, Aubrey....... 13-1   106 8.2    5-24   .208   0-0    .000   8-12   .667    9   5   14 1.1 13 0      2   7   1   3   18 1.4
32 Nash, Kristen...... 6-0     38 6.3    2-3    .667   0-0    .000   3-4    .750    3   7   10 1.7    6 0    0   0   1   1    7 1.2
   TEAM...............                                                             23 23    46 3.3    1          0
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   Total.............. 14    2825      299-804 .372 53-192 .276 183-253 .723 180 319 499 35.6 262 4 150 244 61 132 834 59.6
   Opponents.......... 14    2825      313-763 .410 63-220 .286 178-256 .695 178 358 536 38.3 234 - 183 272 56 117 867 61.9

 TEAM STATISTICS                     UT          OPP           DATE              OPPONENT                    W/L     SCORE   ATTEND
 ---------------------------------------------------           ------------      --------------------        ---     -----   ------
 SCORING..................          834          867          *01/09/08       at Nebraska                      L     45-56     3689
   Points per game........         59.6         61.9          *01/13/08          KANSAS STATE                  LOT   74-77     5423
   Scoring margin.........         -2.4            -          *01/16/08          IOWA STATE                  W       59-56     4831
 FIELD GOALS-ATT..........      299-804      313-763          *01-20-08       at Texas Tech                    L     58-70    11937
   Field goal pct.........         .372         .410          *01/23/08          OKLAHOMA STATE              W       70-63     4711
 3 POINT FG-ATT...........       53-192       63-220          *01/26/08          MISSOURI                    W       67-37     5555
   3-point FG pct.........         .276         .286          *01/30/08       at Baylor Lady Bears             L     60-61     7108
   3-pt FG made per game..          3.8          4.5          *02/03/08          OKLAHOMA                      L     58-74     6132
 FREE THROWS-ATT..........      183-253      178-256          *2/9/08         at Texas A&M                     L     57-66     4910
   Free throw pct.........         .723         .695          *02/13/08          BAYLOR LADY BEARS           W       61-51     7561
 REBOUNDS.................          499          536          *2/16/08        at Colorado                      L     52-67     3891
   Rebounds per game......         35.6         38.3          *02-20-08       at Oklahoma State                L     66-71     2894
   Rebounding margin......         -2.6            -          *02/24/08          TEXAS A&M                     L     50-65     7516
 ASSISTS..................          150          183          *02/27/08       at Kansas                      W       57-53     2120
   Assists per game.......         10.7         13.1         * = Conference   game
 TURNOVERS................          244          272
   Turnovers per game.....         17.4         19.4
   Turnover margin........         +2.0            -
   Assist/turnover ratio..          0.6          0.7
 STEALS...................          132          117
   Steals per game........          9.4          8.4
 BLOCKS...................           61           56
   Blocks per game........          4.4          4.0
 WINNING STREAK...........            1            -
   Home win streak........            0            -
 ATTENDANCE...............        41729        36549
   Home games-Avg/Game....       7-5961       7-5221
   Neutral site-Avg/Game..            -          0-0

 SCORE BY PERIODS:                 1st 2nd    OT     Total
 ------------------------------   ---- ---- ----      ----
 Texas.........................    388 443     3   -   834
 Opponents.....................    417 444     6   -   867
                                        2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                            Texas Team Game-by-Game Comparison (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                   All games


Opponent                        1st   2nd    Score   Mar   Total FG     FG Pct     3-Pointers   3FG Pct     Free Throws    FT Pct     Rebounds         Assist TOver    Block   Steal   Fouls
------------------------------ --/-- --/-- ---/---   ---   -----/----- ----/----   -----/----- ----/----    -----/----- ----/----     ----/----       ---/--- --/--    --/--   --/--   --/--
MISSOURI STATE................ 41/23 51/32   92-55   +37   30-61/18-62 .492/.290    3-9 / 9-25 .333/.360    29-33/10-18 .879/.556     41/40   +1       18/7    15/29    6/2    16/2    23/24
LAMAR......................... 51/15 43/20   94-35   +59   39-70/15-65 .557/.231    4-13/ 5-22 .308/.227    12-15/ 0-0    .800/.000   51/31   +20      24/12   17/25   11/2    11/11   12/16
TENNESSEE..................... 32/51 35/41   67-92   (25) 24-55/36-67 .436/.537     6-13/ 9-18 .462/.500    13-23/11-16 .565/.688     36/34   +2       12/24   30/22    2/7    12/18   18/19
Virginia...................... 34/41 49/45   83-86   (3)   28-61/29-55 .459/.527    6-10/ 0-10 .600/.000    21-26/28-40 .808/.700     32/30   +2       15/17   25/21    2/3     8/12   28/23
Kentucky...................... 31/24 41/36   72-60   +12   34-76/23-62 .447/.371    3-12/ 4-18 .250/.222     1-5 /10-15 .200/.667     45/39   +6       18/8    17/19    5/4    11/9    16/14
UAB........................... 31/23 28/26   59-49   +10   18-56/18-70 .321/.257    5-18/ 4-25 .278/.160    18-21/ 9-15 .857/.600     51/45   +6       10/4    19/16    4/1     6/6    16/19
UT ARLINGTON.................. 35/28 41/32   76-60   +16   30-73/20-62 .411/.323    5-14/ 4-8   .357/.500   11-21/16-25 .524/.640     50/46   +4       13/6    15/17   11/6     8/8    18/18
SAM HOUSTON STATE............. 39/14 52/27   91-41   +50   37-66/15-64 .561/.234    1-5 / 4-22 .200/.182    16-22/ 7-12 .727/.583     51/29   +22      22/4    18/23    7/3    17/8    11/15
A&M-Corpus Christi............ 45/19 43/22   88-41   +47   31-64/14-54 .484/.259    9-21/ 3-19 .429/.158    17-23/10-19 .739/.526     49/32   +17      20/9    15/22    7/1    14/4    18/15
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE........... 38/23 38/20   76-43   +33   31-76/14-58 .408/.241    7-23/ 2-16 .304/.125     7-8 /13-21 .875/.619     42/46   (4)      21/9    16/29    7/4    19/8    18/13
Arizona State................. 25/24 37/27   62-51   +11   27-65/18-52 .415/.346    1-15/ 3-11 .067/.273     7-13/12-18 .538/.667     44/35   +9       12/14   15/18    3/3     7/7    20/16
DePaul........................ 41/30 50/51   91-81   +10   31-63/28-81 .492/.346    5-10/12-27 .500/.444    24-33/13-22 .727/.591     55/43   +12      18/12   22/15    4/4     8/15   18/27
SAN DIEGO TOREROS............. 41/35 40/44   81-79   +2    32-70/30-67 .457/.448    4-10/ 3-10 .400/.300    13-13/16-18 1000/.889     42/34   +8       14/14   12/8     6/4     3/5    14/13
UT-PAN AMERICAN............... 51/20 40/23   91-43   +48   35-69/17-54 .507/.315    7-17/ 6-23 .412/.261    14-20/ 3-6    .700/.500   49/26   +23      21/9    13/25    1/3    16/7     9/17
Nebraska...................... 19/17 26/39   45-56   (11) 16-62/20-65 .258/.308     3-14/ 0-7   .214/.000   10-13/16-23 .769/.696     40/55   (15)      7/9    20/20   10/6    12/13   22/15
KANSAS STATE.................. 37/34 34/37   74-77   (3)   28-73/27-57 .384/.474    2-15/ 6-20 .133/.300    16-21/17-19 .762/.895     44/33   +11      10/12   14/17    4/4     7/5    18/16
IOWA STATE.................... 25/27 34/29   59-56   +3    21-64/21-54 .328/.389    6-17/ 5-22 .353/.227    11-16/ 9-12 .688/.750     41/41       -    11/11   12/16    3/8     9/7    14/16
Texas Tech.................... 24/37 34/33   58-70   (12) 21-62/25-51 .339/.490     5-18/ 5-15 .278/.333    11-20/15-25 .550/.600     33/46   (13) 17/18       17/26    4/3    16/6    23/15
OKLAHOMA STATE................ 38/26 32/37   70-63   +7    23-55/25-59 .418/.424    4-9 / 8-19 .444/.421    20-29/ 5-6    .690/.833   36/36       -    12/13   17/20    6/4     9/9    10/23
MISSOURI...................... 32/20 35/17   67-37   +30   23-58/16-48 .397/.333    3-12/ 4-14 .250/.286    18-19/ 1-7    .947/.143   41/30   +11      11/11   13/23    2/3    11/8    13/17
Baylor Lady Bears............. 24/28 36/33   60-61   (1)   22-50/19-54 .440/.352    4-11/ 5-16 .364/.313    12-19/18-29 .632/.621     39/33   +6        9/9    26/19    4/2    11/14   24/15
OKLAHOMA...................... 33/42 25/32   58-74   (16) 21-68/33-59 .309/.559     5-20/ 3-13 .250/.231    11-16/ 5-8    .688/.625   38/38       -    10/17   12/16    2/10    6/7    12/15
Texas A&M..................... 22/39 35/27   57-66   (9)   21-49/22-53 .429/.415    3-12/ 3-12 .250/.250    12-15/19-25 .800/.760     26/39   (13) 10/17       21/19    5/4    10/9    22/18
BAYLOR LADY BEARS............. 26/19 35/32   61-51   +10   23-58/19-54 .397/.352    6-16/ 2-11 .375/.182     9-11/11-20 .818/.550     36/37   (1)      14/12   19/19    8/2     7/11   20/16
Colorado...................... 29/34 23/33   52-67   (15) 19-54/18-55 .352/.327     1-15/ 9-25 .067/.360    13-18/22-29 .722/.759     29/50   (21)      9/14   16/22    6/2    11/7    24/16
Oklahoma State................ 32/35 34/36   66-71   (5)   26-65/23-50 .400/.460    8-21/ 4-17 .381/.235     6-10/21-26 .600/.808     35/38   (3)      13/11   15/18    2/2     8/6    21/13
TEXAS A&M..................... 24/29 26/36   50-65   (15) 16-36/24-50 .444/.480     2-5 / 6-14 .400/.429    16-25/11-15 .640/.733     25/28   (3)       7/17   24/19    3/2     7/10   19/19
Kansas........................ 23/30 34/23   57-53   +4    19-50/21-54 .380/.389    1-7 / 3-15 .143/.200    18-21/ 8-12 .857/.667     36/32   +4       10/12   18/18    2/4     8/5    20/20


Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category
                           2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                  Texas Team High/Low Analysis (as of Feb 20, 2008)
                                      All games


                                Texas - TEAM GAME HIGHS

POINTS.....................      94             vs   Lamar (11/15/07)
                                 92             vs   Missouri State (11/11/07)
                                 91             vs   UT-Pan American (01/04/08)
                                 91             vs   DePaul (12/28/07)
                                 91             vs   Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
FIELD GOALS MADE...........      39             vs   Lamar (11/15/07)
                                 37             vs   Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........      76             vs   Louisiana-Lafayette (12/16/07)
                                 76             vs   Kentucky (11/24/07)
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE......    .561   (37-66)   vs   Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
                               .557   (39-70)   vs   Lamar (11/15/07)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE......       9             at   A&M-Corpus Christi (12/8/07)
                                  8             at   Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS...........      23             vs   Louisiana-Lafayette (12/16/07)
                                 21             at   Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
                                 21             at   A&M-Corpus Christi (12/8/07)
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.........    .600   ( 6-10)   vs   Virginia (11/23/07)
                               .500   ( 5-10)   vs   DePaul (12/28/07)
FREE THROWS MADE...........      29             vs   Missouri State (11/11/07)
                                 24             vs   DePaul (12/28/07)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........      33             vs   DePaul (12/28/07)
                                 33             vs   Missouri State (11/11/07)
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE......   1.000   (13-13)   at   SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                               .947   (18-19)   vs   Missouri (01/26/08)
REBOUNDS...................      55             vs   DePaul (12/28/07)
                                 51             vs   Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
                                 51             vs   UAB (11/25/07)
                                 51             vs   Lamar (11/15/07)
ASSISTS....................      24             vs   Lamar (11/15/07)
                                 22             vs   Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
STEALS.....................      19             vs   Louisiana-Lafayette (12/16/07)
                                 17             vs   Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
BLOCKED SHOTS..............      11             vs   UT Arlington (11/29/07)
                                 11             vs   Lamar (11/15/07)
TURNOVERS..................      30             at   TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
                                 26             at   Baylor Lady Bears (01/30/08)
FOULS......................      28             vs   Virginia (11/23/07)
                                 24             at   Colorado (2/16/08)
                                 24             at   Baylor Lady Bears (01/30/08)
                           2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                     Texas High/Low Analysis (as of Feb 20, 2008)
                                      All games


                                Opponent - GAME HIGHS

POINTS.....................     92             at   TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
                                86             vs   Virginia (11/23/07)
                                81             vs   DePaul (12/28/07)
                                79             at   SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                77             vs   Kansas State (01/13/08)
FIELD GOALS MADE...........     36             at   TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
                                33             vs   Oklahoma (02/03/08)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........     81             vs   DePaul (12/28/07)
                                70             vs   UAB (11/25/07)
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE......   .559   (33-59)   vs   Oklahoma (02/03/08)
                              .537   (36-67)   at   TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE......     12             vs   DePaul (12/28/07)
                                 9             at   Colorado (2/16/08)
                                 9             at   TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
                                 9             vs   Missouri State (11/11/07)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS...........     27             vs   DePaul (12/28/07)
                                25             at   Colorado (2/16/08)
                                25             vs   UAB (11/25/07)
                                25             vs   Missouri State (11/11/07)
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.........   .500   ( 9-18)   at   TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
                              .500   ( 4-8 )   vs   UT Arlington (11/29/07)
FREE THROWS MADE...........     28             vs   Virginia (11/23/07)
                                22             at   Colorado (2/16/08)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........     40             vs   Virginia (11/23/07)
                                29             at   Colorado (2/16/08)
                                29             at   Baylor Lady Bears (01/30/08)
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE......   .895   (17-19)   vs   Kansas State (01/13/08)
                              .889   (16-18)   at   SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
REBOUNDS...................     55             at   Nebraska (01/09/08)
                                50             at   Colorado (2/16/08)
ASSISTS....................     24             at   TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
                                18             at   Texas Tech (01-20-08)
STEALS.....................     18             at   TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
                                15             vs   DePaul (12/28/07)
BLOCKED SHOTS..............     10             vs   Oklahoma (02/03/08)
                                 8             vs   Iowa State (01/16/08)
TURNOVERS..................     29             vs   Louisiana-Lafayette (12/16/07)
                                29             vs   Missouri State (11/11/07)
FOULS......................     27             vs   DePaul (12/28/07)
                                24             vs   Missouri State (11/11/07)
                           2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                     Texas High/Low Analysis (as of Feb 20, 2008)
                                      All games


                                  Texas - GAME LOWS

POINTS.....................     45             at   Nebraska (01/09/08)
                                52             at   Colorado (2/16/08)
                                57             at   Texas A&M (2/9/08)
                                58             at   Texas Tech (01-20-08)
                                58             vs   Oklahoma (02/03/08)
FIELD GOALS MADE...........     16             at   Nebraska (01/09/08)
                                18             vs   UAB (11/25/07)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........     49             at   Texas A&M (2/9/08)
                                50             at   Baylor Lady Bears (01/30/08)
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE......   .258   (16-62)   at   Nebraska (01/09/08)
                              .309   (21-68)   vs   Oklahoma (02/03/08)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE......      1             vs   Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
                                 1             at   Arizona State (12-20-07)
                                 1             at   Colorado (2/16/08)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS...........      5             vs   Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
                                 9             vs   Missouri State (11/11/07)
                                 9             vs   Oklahoma State (01/23/08)
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.........   .067   ( 1-15)   at   Arizona State (12-20-07)
                              .067   ( 1-15)   at   Colorado (2/16/08)
FREE THROWS MADE...........      1             vs   Kentucky (11/24/07)
                                 6             at   Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........      5             vs   Kentucky (11/24/07)
                                 8             vs   Louisiana-Lafayette (12/16/07)
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE......   .200   ( 1-5 )   vs   Kentucky (11/24/07)
                              .524   (11-21)   vs   UT Arlington (11/29/07)
REBOUNDS...................     26             at   Texas A&M (2/9/08)
                                29             at   Colorado (2/16/08)
ASSISTS....................      7             at   Nebraska (01/09/08)
                                 9             at   Baylor Lady Bears (01/30/08)
                                 9             at   Colorado (2/16/08)
STEALS.....................      3             at   SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                 6             vs   UAB (11/25/07)
                                 6             vs   Oklahoma (02/03/08)
BLOCKED SHOTS..............      1             vs   UT-Pan American (01/04/08)
                                 2             at   TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
                                 2             vs   Virginia (11/23/07)
                                 2             vs   Missouri (01/26/08)
                                 2             vs   Oklahoma (02/03/08)
                                 2             at   Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
TURNOVERS..................     12             at   SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                12             vs   Iowa State (01/16/08)
                                12             vs   Oklahoma (02/03/08)
FOULS......................      9             vs   UT-Pan American (01/04/08)
                                10             vs   Oklahoma State (01/23/08)
                           2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                     Texas High/Low Analysis (as of Feb 20, 2008)
                                      All games


                                 Opponent - GAME LOWS

POINTS.....................     35             vs   Lamar (11/15/07)
                                37             vs   Missouri (01/26/08)
                                41             vs   Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
                                41             at   A&M-Corpus Christi (12/8/07)
                                43             vs   Louisiana-Lafayette (12/16/07)
                                43             vs   UT-Pan American (01/04/08)
FIELD GOALS MADE...........     14             at   A&M-Corpus Christi (12/8/07)
                                14             vs   Louisiana-Lafayette (12/16/07)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........     48             vs   Missouri (01/26/08)
                                50             at   Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE......   .231   (15-65)   vs   Lamar (11/15/07)
                              .234   (15-64)   vs   Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE......      0             vs   Virginia (11/23/07)
                                 0             at   Nebraska (01/09/08)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS...........      7             at   Nebraska (01/09/08)
                                 8             vs   UT Arlington (11/29/07)
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.........   .000   ( 0-10)   vs   Virginia (11/23/07)
                              .000   ( 0-7 )   at   Nebraska (01/09/08)
FREE THROWS MADE...........      0             vs   Lamar (11/15/07)
                                 1             vs   Missouri (01/26/08)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........      0             vs   Lamar (11/15/07)
                                 6             vs   UT-Pan American (01/04/08)
                                 6             vs   Oklahoma State (01/23/08)
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE......   .000   ( 0-0 )   vs   Lamar (11/15/07)
                              .143   ( 1-7 )   vs   Missouri (01/26/08)
REBOUNDS...................     26             vs   UT-Pan American (01/04/08)
                                29             vs   Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
ASSISTS....................      4             vs   UAB (11/25/07)
                                 4             vs   Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
STEALS.....................      2             vs   Missouri State (11/11/07)
                                 4             at   A&M-Corpus Christi (12/8/07)
BLOCKED SHOTS..............      1             vs   UAB (11/25/07)
                                 1             at   A&M-Corpus Christi (12/8/07)
TURNOVERS..................      8             at   SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                15             vs   DePaul (12/28/07)
FOULS......................     13             vs   Louisiana-Lafayette (12/16/07)
                                13             at   SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                13             at   Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
                                2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                      Texas Player High/Low Analysis (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                           All games


                                Texas - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

POINTS.......................      23                 Raven, Brittainey at SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                   22                 Raven, Brittainey vs Missouri State (11/11/07)
                                   21                 Raven, Brittainey at Kansas (02/27/08)
                                   21                 Raven, Brittainey vs UAB (11/25/07)
                                   20                 Lindsey, Ashley at Baylor Lady Bears (01/30/08)
FIELD GOALS MADE.............      10                 Lindsey, Ashley at Baylor Lady Bears (01/30/08)
                                    9                 Lindsey, Ashley at Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
                                    9                 Lindsey, Ashley at SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
FIELD GOAL ATT...............      19                 Raven, Brittainey at Texas Tech (01-20-08)
                                   19                 Raven, Brittainey at Nebraska (01/09/08)
FG PCT (min 5 made)..........    .778   ( 7-9 )       Lindsey, Ashley vs Missouri State (11/11/07)
                                 .750   ( 6-8 )       Williams, Earnesia vs Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
                                 .750   ( 6-8 )       Cook, Aubrey vs Lamar (11/15/07)
3 PT FG MADE.................       4                 Boyd, Crystal at A&M-Corpus Christi (12/8/07)
                                    4                 Nash, Kathleen vs Virginia (11/23/07)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS.............       8                 Nash, Kathleen at Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
                                    6                 Cortijo, Carla at Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
                                    6                 Raven, Brittainey at Texas Tech (01-20-08)
                                    6                 Bailey, Erneisha vs Louisiana-Lafayette (12/16/07)
                                    6                 Boyd, Crystal at A&M-Corpus Christi (12/8/07)
                                    6                 Raven, Brittainey vs UAB (11/25/07)
3-PT FG PCT (min 2 made).....   1.000   ( 4-4 )       Nash, Kathleen vs Virginia (11/23/07)
                                1.000   ( 2-2 )       Williams, Earnesia vs Kentucky (11/24/07)
FREE THROWS MADE.............      10                 Cortijo, Carla vs DePaul (12/28/07)
                                   10                 Cortijo, Carla vs Missouri State (11/11/07)
FREE THROW ATT...............      11                 Cortijo, Carla vs DePaul (12/28/07)
                                   11                 Cortijo, Carla vs Missouri State (11/11/07)
FT PCT (min 3 made)..........   1.000   (   6-6   )   Nash, Kathleen vs Kansas State (01/13/08)
                                1.000   (   6-6   )   Raven, Brittainey at SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                1.000   (   5-5   )   Cortijo, Carla vs Lamar (11/15/07)
                                1.000   (   4-4   )   Raven, Brittainey at Kansas (02/27/08)
                                1.000   (   4-4   )   Bailey, Erneisha at Kansas (02/27/08)
                                1.000   (   4-4   )   Williams, Earnesia vs Oklahoma (02/03/08)
                                1.000   (   4-4   )   Hughes, Niqky vs Missouri (01/26/08)
                                1.000   (   4-4   )   Cortijo, Carla vs Missouri (01/26/08)
                                1.000   (   4-4   )   Cortijo, Carla vs UAB (11/25/07)
                                1.000   (   4-4   )   Williams, Earnesia vs Virginia (11/23/07)
                                1.000   (   4-4   )   Nash, Kathleen vs Virginia (11/23/07)
                                1.000   (   3-3   )   Raven, Brittainey vs Missouri (01/26/08)
                                1.000   (   3-3   )   Lindsey, Ashley vs Iowa State (01/16/08)
                                1.000   (   3-3   )   Williams, Earnesia at SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                1.000   (   3-3   )   Nash, Kathleen vs Lamar (11/15/07)
                                1.000   (   3-3   )   Bailey, Erneisha vs Missouri State (11/11/07)
                                1.000   (   3-3   )   Williams, Earnesia vs Missouri State (11/11/07)
REBOUNDS.....................      13                 Nash, Kathleen vs Oklahoma (02/03/08)
                                   11                 Lindsey, Ashley vs Kansas State (01/13/08)
                                   11                 Lindsey, Ashley at Nebraska (01/09/08)
                                   11                 Lindsey, Ashley vs DePaul (12/28/07)
                                   11                 Lindsey, Ashley vs UAB (11/25/07)
                                   11                 Bailey, Erneisha vs Kentucky (11/24/07)
ASSISTS......................       9                 Cortijo, Carla at Texas Tech (01-20-08)
                                    9                 Cortijo, Carla vs DePaul (12/28/07)
STEALS.......................       8                 Raven, Brittainey vs Louisiana-Lafayette (12/16/07)
                                5   Bailey, Erneisha at Texas Tech (01-20-08)
                                5   Cortijo, Carla at A&M-Corpus Christi (12/8/07)
                                5   Cortijo, Carla vs Kentucky (11/24/07)
                                5   Nash, Kathleen at TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
BLOCKED SHOTS................   7   Lindsey, Ashley at Nebraska (01/09/08)
                                6   Lindsey, Ashley at SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                6   Lindsey, Ashley vs Lamar (11/15/07)
TURNOVERS....................   9   Cortijo, Carla vs Texas A&M (02/24/08)
                                7   Lindsey, Ashley vs Baylor Lady Bears (02/13/08)
                                7   Cortijo, Carla vs Oklahoma State (01/23/08)
                                7   Cortijo, Carla vs Virginia (11/23/07)
                                7   Cortijo, Carla at TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
FOULS........................   5   Raven, Brittainey at Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
                                5   Lindsey, Ashley at Colorado (2/16/08)
                                5   Raven, Brittainey at Texas A&M (2/9/08)
                                5   Bailey, Erneisha at Texas Tech (01-20-08)
                                5   Williams, Earnesia vs DePaul (12/28/07)
                                5   Bailey, Erneisha at Arizona State (12-20-07)
                                5   Nash, Kathleen vs Virginia (11/23/07)
                                5   Bailey, Erneisha vs Virginia (11/23/07)
                                5   Lindsey, Ashley vs Virginia (11/23/07)
                             2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                       Texas High/Low Analysis (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                        All games


                                OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

POINTS.......................      29             QUIGLEY, Allie vs DePaul (12/28/07)
                                   27             Seals, Dominic at Texas Tech (01-20-08)
                                   26             Smith, Bianca at Colorado (2/16/08)
                                   25             Gant, Danielle at Texas A&M (2/9/08)
                                   23             SPRAGUE, Amber at SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                   23             Monica Wright vs Virginia (11/23/07)
FIELD GOALS MADE.............      11             Seals, Dominic at Texas Tech (01-20-08)
                                   10             SPRAGUE, Amber at SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
FIELD GOAL ATT...............      22             QUIGLEY, Allie vs DePaul (12/28/07)
                                   21             Riley, Andrea at Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
FG PCT (min 5 made)..........   1.000   ( 5-5 )   Elliott, Sarah vs Kentucky (11/24/07)
                                 .875   ( 7-8 )   Paris,Ashley vs Oklahoma (02/03/08)
                                 .875   ( 7-8 )   FULLER, Alex at TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
3 PT FG MADE.................       7             Smith, Bianca at Colorado (2/16/08)
                                    6             Hardeman, Taylor vs Oklahoma State (01/23/08)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS.............      14             Smith, Bianca at Colorado (2/16/08)
                                   11             QUIGLEY, Allie vs DePaul (12/28/07)
3-PT FG PCT (min 2 made).....   1.000   ( 2-2 )   Abanobi, Maryann vs UT Arlington (11/29/07)
                                1.000   ( 2-2 )   FULLER, Alex at TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
FREE THROWS MADE.............      10             REGO, Amanda at SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                    9             Riley, Andrea at Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
                                    9             Gant, Danielle at Texas A&M (2/9/08)
FREE THROW ATT...............      11             Riley, Andrea at Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
                                   10             Gant, Danielle at Texas A&M (2/9/08)
                                   10             REGO, Amanda at SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                   10             Smith, Whitney vs Sam Houston State (12/02/07)
                                   10             Monica Wright vs Virginia (11/23/07)
                                   10             Paulisha Kellum vs Virginia (11/23/07)
FT PCT (min 3 made)..........   1.000   (10-10)   REGO, Amanda at SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                1.000   ( 5-5 )   Smith, Bianca at Colorado (2/16/08)
                                1.000   ( 4-4 )   Boogaard, Krysten at Kansas (02/27/08)
                                1.000   ( 4-4 )   Franklin, A'Quonesia vs Texas A&M (02/24/08)
                                1.000   ( 4-4 )   Cordero, Maria at Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
                                1.000   ( 4-4 )   Martin, Shalyn vs UT Arlington (11/29/07)
                                1.000   ( 4-4 )   Mahoney, Samantha vs Kentucky (11/24/07)
                                1.000   ( 3-3 )   Starks, Takia vs Texas A&M (02/24/08)
                                1.000   ( 3-3 )   Sweat, Ashley vs Kansas State (01/13/08)
REBOUNDS.....................      17             Smith, Shaunte' at Oklahoma State (02-20-08)
                                   15             Putnina, Aija at Colorado (2/16/08)
ASSISTS......................      11             REGO, Amanda at SAN DIEGO TOREROS (12/30/07)
                                   10             Franklin, A'Quonesia at Texas A&M (2/9/08)
STEALS.......................       7             QUIGLEY, Allie vs DePaul (12/28/07)
                                    6             TURNER, Yvonne at Nebraska (01/09/08)
BLOCKED SHOTS................       8             Paris,Courtney vs Oklahoma (02/03/08)
                                    5             Anderson,Jocelyn vs Iowa State (01/16/08)
TURNOVERS....................      12             Moore, Maria at Texas Tech (01-20-08)
                                   10             Balerio, Tahnee vs Missouri State (11/11/07)
FOULS........................       5             Reado, Patrice at Texas A&M (2/9/08)
                                    5             Johnson, Jessra vs Missouri (01/26/08)
                                    5             Green, Danielle vs Oklahoma State (01/23/08)
                                    5             Myrick, Erin at Texas Tech (01-20-08)
                                    5             Ezell,Heather vs Iowa State (01/16/08)
                                    5             Lehning, Shalee vs Kansas State (01/13/08)
                                    5             HESTER, Tay at Nebraska (01/09/08)
                                    5             MITIDIERO, Missy vs DePaul (12/28/07)
5   Martin, Shalyn vs UT Arlington (11/29/07)
5   MURRAY, LaKitha vs UAB (11/25/07)
5   Lyndra Littles vs Virginia (11/23/07)
5   BJORKLUND, Angie at TENNESSEE (11/18/07)
                                            2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                                   Texas Individual Game-by-Game (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                       All games


                                                         #00 Williams, Earnesia


                                              |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|                      |----REBOUNDS----|
Opponent                Date       GS   Min   FG-FGA    Pct 3FG-FGA     Pct    FT-FTA    Pct Off Def       Tot   Avg   PF FO     A   TO Blk Stl    Pts   Avg
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MISSOURI STATE          11/11/07    *    20     5-9    .556    0-1      .000    3-3     1.000     1    1     2   2.0    3   0    2    1   1    1    13 13.0
LAMAR                   11/15/07   *     19    3-8     .375   1-4      .250     2-2    1.000     3     1     4   3.0    2   0    1    1   1    0     9 11.0
at TENNESSEE            11/18/07   *     16    1-2     .500   1-1     1.000     0-0     .000     1     0     1   2.3    4   0    0    4   0    0     3   8.3
vs Virginia             11/23/07   *     30    5-9     .556   1-1     1.000     4-4    1.000     3     2     5   3.0    2   0    2    2   0    1    15 10.0
vs Kentucky             11/24/07   *     26    5-8     .625   2-2     1.000     0-1     .000     0     1     1   2.6    1   0    1    3   0    2    12 10.4
vs UAB                  11/25/07   *     22    1-5     .200   0-1      .000     2-2    1.000     0     5     5   3.0    3   0    1    1   0    0     4   9.3
UT ARLINGTON            11/29/07   *     21    4-9     .444   1-2      .500     2-2    1.000     6     2     8   3.7    2   0    1    2   1    0    11   9.6
SAM HOUSTON STATE       12/02/07   *     20    6-8     .750   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     1     5     6   4.0    3   0    1    1   0    1    12   9.9
at A&M-Corpus Christi   12/8/07    *     18    4-7     .571   0-0      .000     3-4     .750     1     3     4   4.0    1   0    0    3   2    2    11 10.0
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE     12/16/07   *     28    2-6     .333   0-1      .000     3-4     .750     1     4     5   4.1    3   0    0    0   0    0     7   9.7
at Arizona State        12-20-07   *     16    1-5     .200   0-1      .000     0-0     .000     0     3     3   4.0    4   0    0    1   0    0     2   9.0
vs DePaul               12/28/07   *     20    3-11    .273   1-1     1.000     3-5     .600     2     5     7   4.3    5   1    1    3   0    1    10   9.1
at SAN DIEGO TOREROS    12/30/07   *     28    5-10    .500   1-1     1.000     3-3    1.000     3     2     5   4.3    2   0    0    0   0    1    14   9.5
UT-PAN AMERICAN         01/04/08   *     21    2-5     .400   1-2      .500     1-2     .500     1     4     5   4.4    0   0    1    0   1    4     6   9.2
at Nebraska             01/09/08   *     20    0-9     .000   0-2      .000     0-0     .000     1     0     1   4.1    2   0    2    1   0    3     0   8.6
KANSAS STATE            01/13/08   *     28    4-11    .364   0-2      .000     1-1    1.000     3     2     5   4.2    2   0    0    0   0    0     9   8.6
IOWA STATE              01/16/08   *     16    0-3     .000   0-1      .000     0-0     .000     2     5     7   4.4    0   0    0    1   0    1     0   8.1
OKLAHOMA STATE          01/23/08         13    3-4     .750   0-1      .000     0-0     .000     0     3     3   4.3    2   0    0    0   1    3     6   8.0
MISSOURI                01/26/08    *    19     3-7    .429    1-2      .500    0-0      .000     1    0     1   4.1    1   0    0    2   0    0     7   7.9
at Baylor Lady Bears    01/30/08   *     24    2-4     .500   1-3      .333     0-0     .000     2     4     6   4.2    2   0    1    3   0    2     5   7.8
OKLAHOMA                02/03/08   *     28    4-10    .400   2-4      .500     4-4    1.000     1     1     2   4.1    2   0    1    1   0    0    14   8.1
at Texas A&M            2/9/08     *     29    4-6     .667   1-1     1.000     3-4     .750     1     4     5   4.1    4   0    0    4   0    2    12   8.3
BAYLOR LADY BEARS       02/13/08   *     25    4-11    .364   1-4      .250     0-0     .000     0     3     3   4.1    3   0    0    1   0    0     9   8.3
at Colorado             2/16/08    *     29    3-8     .375   0-1      .000     0-0     .000     1     0     1   4.0    2   0    0    3   0    2     6   8.2
at Oklahoma State       02-20-08   *     24    3-7     .429   1-1     1.000     4-6     .667     1     2     3   3.9    3   0    0    1   0    3    11   8.3
TEXAS A&M               02/24/08   *     20    1-3     .333   0-0      .000     1-2     .500     2     2     4   3.9    2   0    0    3   0    0     3   8.1
at Kansas               02/27/08   *     22    1-4     .250   0-1      .000     2-2    1.000     0     3     3   3.9    4   0    2    4   0    1     4   8.0


Totals......................... 26      602   79-189   .418   16-41    .390    41-51    .804    38    67   105   3.9   64   1   17   46   7   30   215   8.0


Games played: 27                                                 Rebounds/game: 3.9
Minutes/game: 22.3                                                  Assists/game: 0.6
Points/game: 8.0                                                 Turnovers/game: 1.7
FG Pct: 41.8                                                     Assist/turnover ratio: 0.4
3FG Pct: 39.0                                                    Steals/game: 1.1
FT Pct: 80.4                                                     Blocks/game: 0.3
                                            2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                                   Texas Individual Game-by-Game (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                       All games


                                                              #03 Cortijo, Carla


                                              |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|                      |----REBOUNDS----|
Opponent                Date       GS   Min   FG-FGA    Pct 3FG-FGA     Pct    FT-FTA    Pct Off Def       Tot   Avg   PF FO    A   TO Blk Stl    Pts   Avg
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MISSOURI STATE          11/11/07    *    32     3-10   .300    1-1     1.000   10-11     .909     0    4     4   4.0    1   0   7    2   0    2    17 17.0
LAMAR                   11/15/07   *     21    1-4     .250   0-0      .000     5-5    1.000     0     4    4    4.0    0   0   6    2   0    1     7 12.0
at TENNESSEE            11/18/07   *     32    4-9     .444   1-3      .333     3-4     .750     2     1    3    3.7    1   0   2    7   1    1    12 12.0
vs Virginia             11/23/07         29    3-7     .429   0-1      .000     2-3     .667     0     0    0    2.8    4   0   7    7   0    1     8 11.0
vs Kentucky             11/24/07   *     35    3-8     .375   0-1      .000     0-0     .000     1     4    5    3.2    1   0   4    2   0    5     6 10.0
vs UAB                  11/25/07   *     33    3-8     .375   1-2      .500     4-4    1.000     1     6    7    3.8    3   0   2    3   0    2    11 10.2
UT ARLINGTON            11/29/07   *     35    3-7     .429   1-5      .200     5-9     .556     0     2    2    3.6    2   0   7    6   0    4    12 10.4
SAM HOUSTON STATE       12/02/07   *     22    3-7     .429   0-2      .000     0-0     .000     0     3    3    3.5    3   0   5    1   0    2     6   9.9
at A&M-Corpus Christi   12/8/07    *     30    3-5     .600   2-3      .667     1-1    1.000     0     3    3    3.4    0   0   5    0   1    5     9   9.8
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE     12/16/07   *     29    6-13    .462   2-5      .400     0-0     .000     2     2    4    3.5    3   0   7    2   0    3    14 10.2
at Arizona State        12-20-07   *     35    5-16    .313   0-4      .000     0-2     .000     1     5    6    3.7    1   0   7    4   0    0    10 10.2
vs DePaul               12/28/07   *     35    3-9     .333   1-2      .500    10-11    .909     1     4    5    3.8    2   0   9    6   0    1    17 10.8
at SAN DIEGO TOREROS    12/30/07   *     33    5-12    .417   1-3      .333     0-0     .000     1     0    1    3.6    4   0   5    1   0    1    11 10.8
UT-PAN AMERICAN         01/04/08   *      5    1-2     .500   1-1     1.000     0-0     .000     0     2    2    3.5    0   0   1    0   0    2     3 10.2
at Nebraska             01/09/08          8    0-0     .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     1    1    3.3    0   0   1    4   0    1     0   9.5
KANSAS STATE            01/13/08         18    2-6     .333   0-0      .000     1-1    1.000     0     2    2    3.3    2   0   2    3   0    1     5   9.3
IOWA STATE              01/16/08   *     35    6-10    .600   1-1     1.000     0-2     .000     0     4    4    3.3    2   0   4    1   0    2    13   9.5
at Texas Tech           01-20-08   *     39    2-9     .222   0-2      .000     4-7     .571     0     1    1    3.2    4   0   9    4   0    3     8   9.4
OKLAHOMA STATE          01/23/08   *     36    2-11    .182   1-2      .500     6-7     .857     0     2    2    3.1    1   0   5    7   0    3    11   9.5
MISSOURI                01/26/08    *    28     0-2    .000    0-0      .000    4-4     1.000     0    3     3   3.1    2   0   6    5   0    1     4   9.2
at Baylor Lady Bears    01/30/08   *     38    6-12    .500   2-3      .667     2-4     .500     0     0    0    3.0    4   0   0    4   0    2    16   9.5
OKLAHOMA                02/03/08   *     38    4-8     .500   2-4      .500     0-0     .000     0     2    2    2.9    2   0   4    3   0    1    10   9.5
at Texas A&M            2/9/08     *     39    3-11    .273   0-2      .000     2-3     .667     0     3    3    2.9    4   0   6    6   0    3     8   9.5
BAYLOR LADY BEARS       02/13/08   *     27    1-5     .200   0-1      .000     2-2    1.000     1     3    4    3.0    4   0   5    5   0    1     4   9.3
at Colorado             2/16/08    *     34    4-10    .400   0-2      .000     4-6     .667     0     2    2    2.9    4   0   4    1   0    3    12   9.4
at Oklahoma State       02-20-08   *     30    5-12    .417   3-6      .500     2-4     .500     0     2    2    2.9    3   0   5    1   0    1    15   9.6
TEXAS A&M               02/24/08   *     30    1-7     .143   1-3      .333     7-9     .778     0     2    2    2.9    2   0   3    9   0    0    10   9.6
at Kansas               02/27/08   *     37    3-9     .333   0-2      .000     1-3     .333     0     1    1    2.8    1   0   5    2   0    3     7   9.5


Totals......................... 25      843   85-229   .371   21-61    .344    75-102 .735      10    68   78    2.8   60   0 133   98   2   55   266   9.5


Games played: 28                                                 Rebounds/game: 2.8
Minutes/game: 30.1                                                  Assists/game: 4.8
Points/game: 9.5                                                 Turnovers/game: 3.5
FG Pct: 37.1                                                     Assist/turnover ratio: 1.4
3FG Pct: 34.4                                                    Steals/game: 2.0
FT Pct: 73.5                                                     Blocks/game: 0.1
                                            2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                                   Texas Individual Game-by-Game (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                       All games


                                                              #05 Nash, Kathleen


                                              |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|                      |----REBOUNDS----|
Opponent                Date       GS   Min   FG-FGA    Pct 3FG-FGA     Pct    FT-FTA    Pct Off Def      Tot   Avg   PF FO     A   TO Blk Stl    Pts   Avg
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
MISSOURI STATE          11/11/07         22     2-7    .286    0-2      .000    5-6      .833     2   4     6   6.0    3   0    3    1   0    3     9   9.0
LAMAR                   11/15/07         26    7-13    .538   2-5      .400     3-3    1.000     2    8    10   8.0    2   0    4    2   0    2    19 14.0
at TENNESSEE            11/18/07         29    6-10    .600   3-4      .750     2-4     .500     3    6     9   8.3    0   0    3    5   0    5    17 15.0
vs Virginia             11/23/07   *     25    5-7     .714   4-4     1.000     4-4    1.000     1    2     3   7.0    5   1    0    3   0    3    18 15.8
vs Kentucky             11/24/07   *     29    3-11    .273   0-3      .000     1-1    1.000     2    5     7   7.0    3   0    1    3   0    0     7 14.0
vs UAB                  11/25/07   *     33    2-7     .286   1-4      .250     2-2    1.000     2    5     7   7.0    2   0    0    2   1    0     7 12.8
UT ARLINGTON            11/29/07         17    1-4     .250   0-1      .000     2-2    1.000     2    2     4   6.6    3   0    1    1   0    0     4 11.6
SAM HOUSTON STATE       12/02/07         21    3-9     .333   1-2      .500     2-2    1.000     4    4     8   6.8    0   0    0    4   0    1     9 11.3
at A&M-Corpus Christi   12/8/07          18    3-7     .429   1-5      .200     2-2    1.000     1    6     7   6.8    1   0    1    1   0    2     9 11.0
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE     12/16/07         24    2-8     .250   0-3      .000     0-0     .000     1    8     9   7.0    1   0    4    2   0    1     4 10.3
at Arizona State        12-20-07         31    4-13    .308   0-4      .000     2-4     .500     5    4     9   7.2    0   0    2    0   1    0    10 10.3
vs DePaul               12/28/07         26    5-8     .625   2-3      .667     3-5     .600     1    5     6   7.1    2   0    0    2   0    3    15 10.7
at SAN DIEGO TOREROS    12/30/07         23    1-4     .250   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     2    4     6   7.0    2   0    0    1   0    0     2 10.0
UT-PAN AMERICAN         01/04/08         22    4-8     .500   3-5      .600     0-0     .000     2    5     7   7.0    1   0    4    2   0    0    11 10.1
at Nebraska             01/09/08   *     32    3-8     .375   1-3      .333     2-2    1.000     1    4     5   6.9    3   0    1    1   0    0     9 10.0
KANSAS STATE            01/13/08   *     33    2-7     .286   0-4      .000     6-6    1.000     2    2     4   6.7    4   0    2    1   0    0    10 10.0
IOWA STATE              01/16/08   *     34    3-7     .429   3-5      .600     3-4     .750     5    5    10   6.9    2   0    1    1   0    0    12 10.1
at Texas Tech           01-20-08         34    3-6     .500   3-5      .600     0-0     .000     1    5     6   6.8    1   0    2    2   0    0     9 10.1
OKLAHOMA STATE          01/23/08   *     33    2-3     .667   1-1     1.000     2-3     .667     2    8    10   7.0    1   0    2    2   0    0     7   9.9
MISSOURI                01/26/08         22     1-4    .250    1-3      .333    2-2     1.000     1   6     7   7.0    1   0    1    1   0    0     5   9.7
at Baylor Lady Bears    01/30/08         29    1-3     .333   1-2      .500     2-2    1.000     1    6     7   7.0    4   0    0    2   0    0     5   9.4
OKLAHOMA                02/03/08         25    1-11    .091   0-3      .000     2-2    1.000     6    7    13   7.3    2   0    0    1   1    0     4   9.2
at Texas A&M            2/9/08           22    2-3     .667   2-3      .667     2-2    1.000     0    1     1   7.0    1   0    1    3   0    0     8   9.1
BAYLOR LADY BEARS       02/13/08         27    2-4     .500   2-3      .667     1-2     .500     0    2     2   6.8    3   0    3    0   1    0     7   9.0
at Colorado             2/16/08          21    0-4     .000   0-4      .000     0-0     .000     2    6     8   6.8    4   0    0    1   0    0     0   8.7
at Oklahoma State       02-20-08         34    3-10    .300   2-8      .250     0-0     .000     4    5     9   6.9    1   0    1    4   0    0     8   8.7
TEXAS A&M               02/24/08   *     20    0-0     .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0    2     2   6.7    2   0    0    1   0    0     0   8.3
at Kansas               02/27/08         12    0-1     .000   0-0      .000     2-2    1.000     0    3     3   6.6    1   0    0    0   0    0     2   8.1


Totals.........................    8    724   71-187   .380   33-89    .371    52-62    .839    55 130    185   6.6   55   1   37   49   4   20   227   8.1


Games played: 28                                                 Rebounds/game: 6.6
Minutes/game: 25.9                                                  Assists/game: 1.3
Points/game: 8.1                                                 Turnovers/game: 1.8
FG Pct: 38.0                                                     Assist/turnover ratio: 0.8
3FG Pct: 37.1                                                    Steals/game: 0.7
FT Pct: 83.9                                                     Blocks/game: 0.1
                                            2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                                   Texas Individual Game-by-Game (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                       All games


                                                          #10 Raven, Brittainey


                                              |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|                       |----REBOUNDS----|
Opponent                Date       GS   Min    FG-FGA    Pct 3FG-FGA     Pct    FT-FTA    Pct Off Def       Tot   Avg   PF FO     A   TO Blk Stl     Pts   Avg
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MISSOURI STATE          11/11/07    *    32     7-12    .583    1-3      .333    7-8      .875     0    4     4   4.0    4   0    1    3    0    4    22 22.0
LAMAR                   11/15/07   *     26     6-10    .600   0-1      .000    0-0      .000     2     2     4   4.0    0   0    6    5    1    4   12 17.0
at TENNESSEE            11/18/07   *     32     6-15    .400   1-4      .250    5-10     .500     0     3     3   3.7    2   0    1    6    0    3   18 17.3
vs Virginia             11/23/07   *     39     6-14    .429   1-2      .500    2-4      .500     1     2     3   3.5    4   0    4    1    0    0   15 16.8
vs Kentucky             11/24/07   *     27     8-17    .471   1-5      .200    0-2      .000     3     1     4   3.6    3   0    2    4    0    1   17 16.8
vs UAB                  11/25/07   *     35     6-15    .400   2-6      .333    7-8      .875     2     5     7   4.2    1   0    2    3    0    0   21 17.5
UT ARLINGTON            11/29/07   *     34     7-16    .438   1-2      .500    1-2      .500     4     5     9   4.9    3   0    1    1    1    2   16 17.3
SAM HOUSTON STATE       12/02/07   *     25     8-11    .727   0-1      .000    3-5      .600     1     4     5   4.9    0   0    7    2    0    3   19 17.5
at A&M-Corpus Christi   12/8/07    *     26     3-10    .300   1-3      .333    6-8      .750     1     1     2   4.6    2   0    3    3    1    2   13 17.0
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE     12/16/07   *     30     5-15    .333   0-3      .000    2-2    1.000      5     0     5   4.6    1   0    6    3    0    8   12 16.5
at Arizona State        12-20-07   *     31     7-10    .700   0-0      .000    4-5      .800     1     4     5   4.6    3   0    0    3    0    2   18 16.6
vs DePaul               12/28/07   *     30     5-12    .417   0-3      .000    5-7      .714     1     3     4   4.6    1   0    4    2    1    1   15 16.5
at SAN DIEGO TOREROS    12/30/07   *     36     8-17    .471   1-3      .333    6-6    1.000      5     3     8   4.8    1   0    7    4    0    0   23 17.0
UT-PAN AMERICAN         01/04/08   *     25     5-10    .500   1-3      .333    0-0      .000     0     3     3   4.7    0   0    4    0    0    2   11 16.6
at Nebraska             01/09/08   *     36     5-19    .263   0-1      .000    8-9      .889     4     4     8   4.9    1   0    0    5    2    1   18 16.7
KANSAS STATE            01/13/08   *     39     5-16    .313   0-3      .000    4-7      .571     4     2     6   5.0    2   0    4    3    0    2   14 16.5
IOWA STATE              01/16/08   *     32     4-12    .333   0-3      .000    2-3      .667     0     3     3   4.9    2   0    3    1    1    1   10 16.1
at Texas Tech           01-20-08   *     32     6-19    .316   1-6      .167    2-3      .667     2     4     6   4.9    4   0    1    3    0    1   15 16.1
OKLAHOMA STATE          01/23/08   *     34     7-11    .636   1-1     1.000    4-7      .571     0     4     4   4.9    2   0    3    1    0    1   19 16.2
MISSOURI                01/26/08    *    25     5-10    .500    0-1      .000    3-3     1.000     2    2     4   4.9    1   0    3    0    0    2    13 16.1
at Baylor Lady Bears    01/30/08   *     32     1-7     .143   0-2      .000    5-8      .625     4     2     6   4.9    4   0    5    6    0    2    7 15.6
OKLAHOMA                02/03/08   *     30     3-12    .250   1-3      .333    5-8      .625     4     1     5   4.9    1   0    3    2    0    1   12 15.5
at Texas A&M            2/9/08     *     29     4-10    .400   0-2      .000    2-2    1.000      1     0     1   4.7    5   1    2    4    1    2   10 15.2
BAYLOR LADY BEARS       02/13/08   *     38     6-11    .545   2-4      .500    4-5      .800     2     3     5   4.8    2   0    1    4    1    3   18 15.3
at Colorado             2/16/08    *     35     5-11    .455   0-2      .000    6-8      .750     2     3     5   4.8    2   0    0    5    1    3   16 15.4
at Oklahoma State       02-20-08   *     35     5-13    .385   2-5      .400    0-0      .000     0     2     2   4.7    5   1    5    1    1    1   12 15.2
TEXAS A&M               02/24/08   *     36     5-10    .500   0-0      .000    3-8      .375     2     3     5   4.7    4   0    4    6    2    0   13 15.1
at Kansas               02/27/08   *     36     8-15    .533   1-2      .500    4-4    1.000      0     4     4   4.6    1   0    0    1    0    0   21 15.4


Totals......................... 28      897   156-360   .433   18-74    .243 100-142 .704        53    77   130   4.6   61   2   82   82   13   52   430 15.4


Games played: 28                                                  Rebounds/game: 4.6
Minutes/game: 32.0                                                   Assists/game: 2.9
Points/game: 15.4                                                 Turnovers/game: 2.9
FG Pct: 43.3                                                      Assist/turnover ratio: 1.0
3FG Pct: 24.3                                                     Steals/game: 1.9
FT Pct: 70.4                                                      Blocks/game: 0.5
                                            2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                                   Texas Individual Game-by-Game (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                       All games


                                                               #20 Bailey, Erneisha


                                              |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|                        |----REBOUNDS----|
Opponent                Date       GS   Min   FG-FGA     Pct 3FG-FGA      Pct    FT-FTA    Pct Off Def       Tot   Avg   PF FO     A   TO Blk Stl    Pts   Avg
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MISSOURI STATE          11/11/07    *    22     3-4     .750     1-2      .500    3-3     1.000     1    1     2   2.0    4   0    3    2   0    1    10 10.0
LAMAR                   11/15/07   *     26    6-10     .600    1-3      .333     0-1     .000     1     3     4   3.0    3   0    3    1   0    1    13 11.5
at TENNESSEE            11/18/07   *     27    2-8      .250    0-1      .000     0-2     .000     3     0     3   3.0    4   0    4    1   0    1     4   9.0
vs Virginia             11/23/07   *     26    3-10     .300    0-2      .000     6-7     .857     1     4     5   3.5    5   1    1    6   0    0    12   9.8
vs Kentucky             11/24/07         30    3-8      .375    0-1      .000     0-1     .000     4     7    11   5.0    4   0    5    1   0    1     6   9.0
vs UAB                  11/25/07         21    2-6      .333    1-4      .250     0-0     .000     1     2     3   4.7    3   0    1    2   0    1     5   8.3
UT ARLINGTON            11/29/07   *     25    4-9      .444    2-4      .500     0-0     .000     1     4     5   4.7    3   0    0    2   1    0    10   8.6
SAM HOUSTON STATE       12/02/07   *     24    3-6      .500    0-0      .000     1-2     .500     1     4     5   4.8    2   0    2    2   0    3     7   8.4
at A&M-Corpus Christi   12/8/07    *     35    3-6      .500    1-4      .250     2-2    1.000     0     5     5   4.8    2   0    5    1   0    2     9   8.4
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE     12/16/07   *     19    3-7      .429    2-6      .333     0-0     .000     3     1     4   4.7    3   0    1    1   0    1     8   8.4
at Arizona State        12-20-07   *     19    2-7      .286    1-5      .200     0-0     .000     3     1     4   4.6    5   1    1    2   0    1     5   8.1
vs DePaul               12/28/07   *     25    4-4     1.000    1-1     1.000     3-4     .750     2     5     7   4.8    3   0    4    3   0    0    12   8.4
at SAN DIEGO TOREROS    12/30/07   *     26    2-11     .182    1-3      .333     2-2    1.000     2     2     4   4.8    3   0    2    1   0    1     7   8.3
UT-PAN AMERICAN         01/04/08   *     25    4-5      .800    1-2      .500     2-2    1.000     1     3     4   4.7    1   0    5    1   0    2    11   8.5
at Nebraska             01/09/08   *     24    3-6      .500    1-3      .333     0-0     .000     0     4     4   4.7    4   0    1    2   0    4     7   8.4
KANSAS STATE            01/13/08   *     38    5-9      .556    1-4      .250     1-2     .500     1     8     9   4.9    3   0    1    3   0    2    12   8.6
IOWA STATE              01/16/08         17    2-4      .500    1-1     1.000     0-0     .000     1     1     2   4.8    2   0    2    1   0    2     5   8.4
at Texas Tech           01-20-08   *     26    1-3      .333    0-2      .000     3-4     .750     0     3     3   4.7    5   1    2    2   1    5     5   8.2
OKLAHOMA STATE          01/23/08   *     30    0-8      .000    0-3      .000     5-6     .833     2     3     5   4.7    3   0    2    2   0    0     5   8.1
MISSOURI                01/26/08    *    26     3-5     .600     0-1      .000    0-0      .000     4    2     6   4.8    1   0    0    5   0    3     6   8.0
at Baylor Lady Bears    01/30/08   *     20    1-5      .200    0-1      .000     3-5     .600     3     4     7   4.9    3   0    3    5   0    4     5   7.8
OKLAHOMA                02/03/08   *     25    0-6      .000    0-2      .000     0-2     .000     2     2     4   4.8    2   0    2    0   1    3     0   7.5
at Texas A&M            2/9/08     *     24    1-4      .250    0-1      .000     2-2    1.000     0     3     3   4.7    4   0    0    2   0    0     4   7.3
BAYLOR LADY BEARS       02/13/08   *     34    5-14     .357    1-3      .333     2-2    1.000     2     6     8   4.9    4   0    4    1   1    3    13   7.5
at Colorado             2/16/08    *     18    2-6      .333    0-1      .000     0-0     .000     0     0     0   4.7    3   0    2    1   0    1     4   7.4
at Oklahoma State       02-20-08   *     19    0-3      .000    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     1     1   4.5    2   0    1    1   0    0     0   7.1
TEXAS A&M               02/24/08         22    1-5      .200    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     2     2     4   4.5    3   0    0    2   0    3     2   6.9
at Kansas               02/27/08   *     30    3-7      .429    0-1      .000     4-4    1.000     3     5     8   4.6    3   0    1    2   1    3    10   7.0


Totals......................... 24      703   71-186    .382    16-61    .262    39-53    .736    44    86   130   4.6   87   3   58   55   5   48   197   7.0


Games played: 28                                                   Rebounds/game: 4.6
Minutes/game: 25.1                                                    Assists/game: 2.1
Points/game: 7.0                                                   Turnovers/game: 2.0
FG Pct: 38.2                                                       Assist/turnover ratio: 1.1
3FG Pct: 26.2                                                      Steals/game: 1.7
FT Pct: 73.6                                                       Blocks/game: 0.2
                                           2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                                  Texas Individual Game-by-Game (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                      All games


                                                             #23 Hughes, Niqky


                                             |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|                      |----REBOUNDS----|
Opponent               Date       GS   Min   FG-FGA    Pct 3FG-FGA     Pct    FT-FTA    Pct Off Def      Tot   Avg   PF FO    A   TO Blk Stl   Pts   Avg
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UT-PAN AMERICAN        01/04/08         13    1-7     .143   0-2      .000     2-2   1.000       3   0     3   3.0    0   0   2    2   0   0     4   4.0
at Nebraska            01/09/08          2    0-0     .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000      1   0     1   2.0    0   0   0    0   0   0     0   2.0
IOWA STATE             01/16/08         11    2-4     .500   1-2      .500     0-0     .000      1   2     3   2.3    0   0   0    0   0   0     5   3.0
at Texas Tech          01-20-08         15    1-4     .250   1-1     1.000     1-2     .500      0   1     1   2.0    3   0   0    2   0   2     4   3.3
MISSOURI               01/26/08          8     1-3    .333   0-2       .000    4-4     1.000     0   3     3   2.2    0   0   0    0   0   0     6   3.8
at Baylor Lady Bears   01/30/08        10     0-0     .000   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     1    0    1    2.0   1    0   0   0    0   0    0    3.2
OKLAHOMA               02/03/08         3     1-2     .500   0-1      .000    0-0      .000     0    0    0    1.7   0    0   0   0    0   0    2    3.0
at Texas A&M           2/9/08           9     1-2     .500   0-1      .000    1-2      .500     1    0    1    1.6   0    0   0   0    0   1    3    3.0
BAYLOR LADY BEARS      02/13/08         5     0-1     .000   0-1      .000    0-0      .000     0    0    0    1.4   2    0   0   1    0   0    0    2.7
at Colorado            2/16/08          2     0-0     .000   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     0    0    0    1.3   1    0   0   0    0   0    0    2.4
at Oklahoma State      02-20-08         5     0-1     .000   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     0    0    0    1.2   0    0   0   0    0   0    0    2.2


Totals.........................   0    83     7-24    .292   2-10     .200    8-10     .800     7    6   13    1.2   7    0   2   5    0   3   24    2.2


Games played: 11                                                Rebounds/game: 1.2
Minutes/game: 7.5                                                  Assists/game: 0.2
Points/game: 2.2                                                Turnovers/game: 0.5
FG Pct: 29.2                                                    Assist/turnover ratio: 0.4
3FG Pct: 20.0                                                   Steals/game: 0.3
FT Pct: 80.0
                                            2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                                   Texas Individual Game-by-Game (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                       All games


                                                               #32 Nash, Kristen


                                              |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|                       |----REBOUNDS----|
Opponent                Date       GS   Min   FG-FGA     Pct 3FG-FGA     Pct    FT-FTA    Pct Off Def       Tot   Avg   PF FO    A   TO Blk Stl   Pts   Avg
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MISSOURI STATE          11/11/07          9     0-0     .000   0-0       .000    1-2     .500      1    2     3   3.0    1   0   0    0   0   0     1   1.0
LAMAR                   11/15/07         18    0-3      .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     3     1    4    3.5    1   0   1   3    1   0    0    0.5
at TENNESSEE            11/18/07          6    0-1      .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     2     1    3    3.3    1   0   0   0    0   0    0    0.3
vs Virginia             11/23/07          7    0-0      .000   0-0      .000     1-2     .500     0     1    1    2.8    1   0   0   0    0   1    1    0.5
UT ARLINGTON            11/29/07          9    2-2     1.000   0-0      .000     0-2     .000     2     2    4    3.0    1   0   0   1    0   0    4    1.2
SAM HOUSTON STATE       12/02/07         18    3-3     1.000   0-0      .000     3-4     .750     2     3    5    3.3    3   0   2   0    1   0    9    2.5
at A&M-Corpus Christi   12/8/07          12    2-4      .500   0-0      .000     1-2     .500     2     1    3    3.3    1   0   1   0    2   0    5    2.9
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE     12/16/07          8    0-1      .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     1    1    3.0    1   0   0   1    0   0    0    2.5
at Arizona State        12-20-07          7    0-0      .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     1     1    2    2.9    2   0   0   1    0   1    0    2.2
UT-PAN AMERICAN         01/04/08         17    4-5      .800   0-0      .000     1-3     .333     5     1    6    3.2    2   0   0   1    0   1    9    2.9
IOWA STATE              01/16/08          2    0-0      .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     0    0    2.9    0   0   0   0    0   0    0    2.6
MISSOURI                01/26/08          6     1-2     .500   0-0       .000    0-0     .000      1    1     2   2.8    2   0   0    0   0   0     2   2.6
at Texas A&M            2/9/08            9    1-1     1.000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     2    2    2.8    1   0   0   0    0   1    2    2.5
BAYLOR LADY BEARS       02/13/08          4    0-0      .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     0    0    2.6    0   0   0   0    1   0    0    2.4
at Oklahoma State       02-20-08          6    0-0      .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     1     2    3    2.6    1   0   0   0    0   0    0    2.2
at Kansas               02/27/08         11    0-0      .000   0-0      .000     3-4     .750     1     2    3    2.6    2   0   0   0    0   0    3    2.3


Totals.........................    0    149   13-22     .591   0-0      .000    10-19    .526    21    21   42    2.6   20   0   4   7    5   4   36    2.3


Games played: 16                                                  Rebounds/game: 2.6
Minutes/game: 9.3                                                    Assists/game: 0.3
Points/game: 2.3                                                  Turnovers/game: 0.4
FG Pct: 59.1                                                      Assist/turnover ratio: 0.6
FT Pct: 52.6                                                      Steals/game: 0.3
                                                                  Blocks/game: 0.3
                                            2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                                   Texas Individual Game-by-Game (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                       All games


                                                               #34 Boyd, Crystal


                                              |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|                        |----REBOUNDS----|
Opponent                Date       GS   Min   FG-FGA     Pct 3FG-FGA      Pct    FT-FTA    Pct Off Def       Tot   Avg   PF FO     A   TO Blk Stl    Pts   Avg
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UT ARLINGTON            11/29/07          9    1-2      .500    0-0      .000     0-2     .000      0    0     0   0.0    0   0    2    1   0    0     2   2.0
SAM HOUSTON STATE       12/02/07         15    1-1     1.000    0-0      .000     1-2     .500      0    4     4   2.0    0   0    3    5   0    2     3   2.5
at A&M-Corpus Christi   12/8/07          14    6-10     .600    4-6      .667     0-0     .000      2    1     3   2.3    3   0    0    4   1    0    16   7.0
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE     12/16/07         11    3-8      .375    3-5      .600     0-0     .000      1    2     3   2.5    2   0    1    3   0    1     9   7.5
at Arizona State        12-20-07          4    0-1      .000    0-1      .000     0-0     .000      0    0     0   2.0    0   0    0    2   0    0     0   6.0
vs DePaul               12/28/07          6    1-2      .500    0-0      .000     0-0     .000      1    1     2   2.0    0   0    0    0   0    0     2   5.3
at SAN DIEGO TOREROS    12/30/07          3    1-1     1.000    0-0      .000     0-0     .000      1    0     1   1.9    0   0    0    0   0    0     2   4.9
UT-PAN AMERICAN         01/04/08         19    2-4      .500    0-2      .000     0-0     .000      0    2     2   1.9    1   0    1    2   0    1     4   4.8
at Nebraska             01/09/08         21    0-6      .000    0-2      .000     0-0     .000      1    3     4   2.1    4   0    1    2   0    0     0   4.2
KANSAS STATE            01/13/08         14    1-4      .250    1-1     1.000     0-0     .000      2    2     4   2.3    0   0    1    2   1    1     3   4.1
IOWA STATE              01/16/08          3    0-4      .000    0-2      .000     0-0     .000      0    0     0   2.1    0   0    0    1   0    1     0   3.7
at Texas Tech           01-20-08          9    1-3      .333    0-1      .000     0-0     .000      0    0     0   1.9    0   0    2    2   0    2     2   3.6
MISSOURI                01/26/08         14     2-4     .500    1-2       .500    0-0     .000      0    1     1   1.8    2   0    0    0   0    0     5   3.7
at Baylor Lady Bears    01/30/08          1    0-0     .000    0-0       .000    0-0      .000     0     0    0    1.7    0   0    0    0   0    0    0    3.4
OKLAHOMA                02/03/08          2    1-3     .333    0-2       .000    0-0      .000     1     0    1    1.7    0   0    0    0   0    0    2    3.3
at Texas A&M            2/9/08            2    0-1     .000    0-1       .000    0-0      .000     0     0    0    1.6    0   0    0    0   0    0    0    3.1
at Colorado             2/16/08          15    1-6     .167    1-5       .200    0-0      .000     1     2    3    1.6    2   0    1    1   0    1    3    3.1
at Oklahoma State       02-20-08          4    0-1     .000    0-1       .000    0-0      .000     1     0    1    1.6    1   0    0    1   0    1    0    2.9
TEXAS A&M               02/24/08         20    3-4     .750    1-2       .500    5-6      .833     1     0    1    1.6    2   0    0    1   0    1   12    3.4
at Kansas               02/27/08         11    0-3     .000    0-1       .000    0-0      .000     0     3    3    1.7    1   0    2    2   0    0    0    3.3


Totals.........................    0    197   24-68    .353    11-34     .324    6-10     .600    12    21   33    1.7   18   0   14   29   2   11   65    3.3


Games played: 20                                                  Rebounds/game: 1.7
Minutes/game: 9.9                                                     Assists/game: 0.7
Points/game: 3.3                                                  Turnovers/game: 1.5
FG Pct: 35.3                                                      Assist/turnover ratio: 0.5
3FG Pct: 32.4                                                     Steals/game: 0.6
FT Pct: 60.0                                                      Blocks/game: 0.1
                                            2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                                   Texas Individual Game-by-Game (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                       All games


                                                               #35 Lindsey, Ashley


                                              |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|                        |----REBOUNDS----|
Opponent                Date       GS   Min    FG-FGA    Pct 3FG-FGA      Pct    FT-FTA    Pct Off Def       Tot   Avg   PF FO     A   TO Blk Stl     Pts   Avg
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MISSOURI STATE          11/11/07    *    26     7-9     .778    0-0       .000    0-0      .000     3    6     9   9.0    3   0    0    2    3    2    14 14.0
LAMAR                   11/15/07   *     24     4-5     .800    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     3     4     7   8.0    0   0    2    2    6    2    8 11.0
at TENNESSEE            11/18/07   *     21     2-4     .500    0-0      .000     2-2    1.000     5     4     9   8.3    3   0    0    5    1    1    6    9.3
vs Virginia             11/23/07   *     19     4-9     .444    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     4     3     7   8.0    5   1    1    2    2    2    8    9.0
vs Kentucky             11/24/07   *     28     8-16    .500    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     1     3     4   7.2    3   0    1    2    4    0   16 10.4
vs UAB                  11/25/07   *     32     3-8     .375    0-0      .000     3-5     .600     4     7    11   7.8    3   0    1    5    3    1    9 10.2
UT ARLINGTON            11/29/07   *     26     7-14    .500    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     2     4     6   7.6    2   0    0    0    4    1   14 10.7
SAM HOUSTON STATE       12/02/07   *     21     5-10    .500    0-0      .000     2-2    1.000     2     4     6   7.4    0   0    0    1    3    3   12 10.9
at A&M-Corpus Christi   12/8/07    *     22     3-8     .375    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     5     2     7   7.3    4   0    2    1    0    0    6 10.3
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE     12/16/07   *     18     4-8     .500    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     2     0     2   6.8    1   0    1    1    3    3    8 10.1
at Arizona State        12-20-07   *     21     4-6     .667    0-0      .000     1-2     .500     1     4     5   6.6    2   0    0    2    1    2    9 10.0
vs DePaul               12/28/07   *     34     8-12    .667    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     1    10    11   7.0    2   0    0    3    2    2   16 10.5
at SAN DIEGO TOREROS    12/30/07   *     34     9-13    .692    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     3     7    10   7.2    2   0    0    2    6    0   18 11.1
UT-PAN AMERICAN         01/04/08   *     18     6-9     .667    0-0      .000     1-2     .500     1     1     2   6.9    1   0    0    2    0    1   13 11.2
at Nebraska             01/09/08   *     36     2-8     .250    0-1      .000     0-2     .000     2     9    11   7.1    3   0    1    4    7    1    4 10.7
KANSAS STATE            01/13/08   *     35     7-15    .467    0-0      .000     1-2     .500     5     6    11   7.4    3   0    0    1    3    1   15 11.0
IOWA STATE              01/16/08   *     23     3-9     .333    0-0      .000     3-3    1.000     2     4     6   7.3    4   0    0    4    2    2    9 10.9
at Texas Tech           01-20-08   *     34     7-15    .467    0-0      .000     1-2     .500     5     3     8   7.3    4   0    0    2    3    3   15 11.1
OKLAHOMA STATE          01/23/08   *     26     5-12    .417    0-0      .000     1-4     .250     4     1     5   7.2    1   0    0    5    3    1   11 11.1
MISSOURI                01/26/08    *    24     6-11    .545    0-0       .000    2-2     1.000     1    2     3   7.0    2   0    0    0    2    4    14 11.3
at Baylor Lady Bears    01/30/08   *     34    10-17    .588    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     4     6    10   7.1    4   0    0    5    4    0   20 11.7
OKLAHOMA                02/03/08   *     34     6-12    .500    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     3     1     4   7.0    1   0    0    5    0    1   12 11.7
at Texas A&M            2/9/08     *     26     5-9     .556    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     6     6   7.0    3   0    1    2    2    0   10 11.6
BAYLOR LADY BEARS       02/13/08   *     36     5-11    .455    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     1     6     7   7.0    2   0    1    7    4    0   10 11.5
at Colorado             2/16/08    *     31     4-9     .444    0-0      .000     3-4     .750     2     5     7   7.0    5   1    1    3    5    1   11 11.5
at Oklahoma State       02-20-08   *     37     9-16    .563    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     5     5    10   7.1    4   0    1    6    1    2   18 11.8
TEXAS A&M               02/24/08   *     35     4-5     .800    0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     3     3   6.9    1   0    0    2    1    1    8 11.6
at Kansas               02/27/08   *     23     3-9     .333    0-0      .000     2-2    1.000     4     1     5   6.9    4   0    0    5    0    1    8 11.5


Totals......................... 28      778   150-289   .519    0-1      .000    22-34    .647    75 117     192   6.9   72   2   13   81   75   38   322 11.5


Games played: 28                                                   Rebounds/game: 6.9
Minutes/game: 27.8                                                    Assists/game: 0.5
Points/game: 11.5                                                  Turnovers/game: 2.9
FG Pct: 51.9                                                       Assist/turnover ratio: 0.2
3FG Pct: 0.0                                                       Steals/game: 1.4
FT Pct: 64.7                                                       Blocks/game: 2.7
                                            2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                                   Texas Individual Game-by-Game (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                       All games


                                                              #43 Cook, Aubrey


                                              |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|                      |----REBOUNDS----|
Opponent                Date       GS   Min   FG-FGA    Pct 3FG-FGA     Pct    FT-FTA    Pct Off Def       Tot   Avg   PF FO     A   TO Blk Stl    Pts   Avg
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MISSOURI STATE          11/11/07         18     2-3    .667   0-0       .000    0-0     .000      1    3     4   4.0    3   0    2    3   0    2     4   4.0
LAMAR                   11/15/07         19    6-8     .750   0-0      .000     1-2     .500     1     3    4    4.0    2   0    0    1   1    1   13    8.5
at TENNESSEE            11/18/07         25    3-6     .500   0-0      .000     1-1    1.000     2     0    2    3.3    3   0    2    1   0    1    7    8.0
vs Virginia             11/23/07         21    2-3     .667   0-0      .000     2-2    1.000     1     4    5    3.8    2   0    0    3   0    0    6    7.5
vs Kentucky             11/24/07         12    1-4     .250   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     2     2    4    3.8    1   0    1    1   0    1    2    6.4
vs UAB                  11/25/07          8    0-2     .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     1     4    5    4.0    1   0    2    2   0    2    0    5.3
UT ARLINGTON            11/29/07         16    0-6     .000   0-0      .000     1-2     .500     4     3    7    4.4    2   0    0    1   2    1    1    4.7
SAM HOUSTON STATE       12/02/07         19    3-5     .600   0-0      .000     2-3     .667     2     0    2    4.1    0   0    1    1   2    2    8    5.1
at A&M-Corpus Christi   12/8/07          16    2-4     .500   0-0      .000     1-2     .500     1     2    3    4.0    3   0    2    1   0    1    5    5.1
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE     12/16/07         18    3-5     .600   0-0      .000     2-2    1.000     1     2    3    3.9    3   0    1    3   2    2    8    5.4
at Arizona State        12-20-07         19    2-5     .400   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     3     1    4    3.9    2   0    2    0   0    0    4    5.3
vs DePaul               12/28/07          8    2-3     .667   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     1     2    3    3.8    2   0    0    2   0    0    4    5.2
at SAN DIEGO TOREROS    12/30/07          6    0-1     .000   0-0      .000     2-2    1.000     1     0    1    3.6    0   0    0    1   0    0    2    4.9
UT-PAN AMERICAN         01/04/08         19    3-9     .333   0-0      .000     4-5     .800     4     6   10    4.1    2   0    1    3   0    3   10    5.3
at Nebraska             01/09/08          9    0-2     .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     1    1    3.9    4   0    0    1   0    1    0    4.9
KANSAS STATE            01/13/08         12    1-2     .500   0-0      .000     2-2    1.000     2     0    2    3.8    2   0    0    1   0    0    4    4.9
IOWA STATE              01/16/08         13    0-5     .000   0-0      .000     1-2     .500     0     1    1    3.6    0   0    1    2   0    0    1    4.6
at Texas Tech           01-20-08   *     10    0-2     .000   0-0      .000     0-2     .000     1     1    2    3.5    2   0    1    0   0    0    0    4.4
OKLAHOMA STATE          01/23/08         11    2-3     .667   0-0      .000     2-2    1.000     1     0    1    3.4    0   0    0    0   0    0    6    4.5
MISSOURI                01/26/08         13     0-3    .000   0-0       .000    3-4     .750      3    2     5   3.5    0   0    0    0   0    0     3   4.4
at Baylor Lady Bears    01/30/08          7    1-2     .500   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     0    0    3.3    2   0    0    1   0    0    2    4.3
OKLAHOMA                02/03/08         10    1-3     .333   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     1     0    1    3.2    2   0    0    0   0    0    2    4.2
at Texas A&M            2/9/08            3    0-1     .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     0    0    3.0    0   0    0    0   1    1    0    4.0
BAYLOR LADY BEARS       02/13/08          4    0-1     .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     0    0    2.9    0   0    0    0   0    0    0    3.8
at Colorado             2/16/08           4    0-0     .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     0    0    2.8    0   0    0    1   0    0    0    3.7
TEXAS A&M               02/24/08          4    0-0     .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     0     0    0    2.7    0   0    0    0   0    1    0    3.5
at Kansas               02/27/08          6    0-0     .000   0-0      .000     0-0     .000     1     0    1    2.6    1   0    0    1   0    0    0    3.4


Totals.........................    1    330   34-88    .386   0-0      .000    24-33    .727    34    37   71    2.6   39   0   16   30   8   19   92    3.4


Games played: 27                                                 Rebounds/game: 2.6
Minutes/game: 12.2                                                  Assists/game: 0.6
Points/game: 3.4                                                 Turnovers/game: 1.1
FG Pct: 38.6                                                     Assist/turnover ratio: 0.5
FT Pct: 72.7                                                     Steals/game: 0.7
                                                                 Blocks/game: 0.3
                                            2007-08 Texas Women's Basketball
                                   Texas Individual Game-by-Game (as of Feb 27, 2008)
                                                       All games


                                                          #44 Rentschler, Rachel


                                              |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|                       |----REBOUNDS----|
Opponent                Date       GS   Min   FG-FGA     Pct 3FG-FGA     Pct    FT-FTA    Pct Off Def       Tot   Avg   PF FO     A   TO Blk Stl    Pts   Avg
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MISSOURI STATE          11/11/07         19     1-7     .143   0-0       .000    0-0     .000      0    4     4   4.0    1   0    0    1    2   1     2   2.0
LAMAR                   11/15/07         21    6-9      .667   0-0      .000    1-2      .500     2     3    5    4.5    2   0    1   0     1   0   13    7.5
at TENNESSEE            11/18/07         12    0-0      .000   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     0     2    2    3.7    0   0    0   1     0   0    0    5.0
vs Virginia             11/23/07          4    0-2      .000   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     1     0    1    3.0    0   0    0   1     0   0    0    3.8
vs Kentucky             11/24/07         13    3-4      .750   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     1     3    4    3.2    0   0    3   1     1   1    6    4.2
vs UAB                  11/25/07         16    1-5      .200   0-1      .000    0-0      .000     0     0    0    2.7    0   0    1   0     0   0    2    3.8
UT ARLINGTON            11/29/07          8    1-4      .250   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     0     1    1    2.4    0   0    1   0     2   0    2    3.6
SAM HOUSTON STATE       12/02/07         15    2-6      .333   0-0      .000    2-2    1.000      0     4    4    2.6    0   0    1   1     1   0    6    3.9
at A&M-Corpus Christi   12/8/07           9    2-3      .667   0-0      .000    1-2      .500     1     3    4    2.8    1   0    1   1     0   0    5    4.0
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE     12/16/07         15    3-5      .600   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     0     3    3    2.8    0   0    0   0     2   0    6    4.2
at Arizona State        12-20-07         17    2-2     1.000   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     2     0    2    2.7    1   0    0   0     1   1    4    4.2
vs DePaul               12/28/07         16    0-2      .000   0-0      .000    0-1      .000     1     1    2    2.7    1   0    0   1     1   0    0    3.8
at SAN DIEGO TOREROS    12/30/07         11    1-1     1.000   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     1     0    1    2.5    0   0    0   1     0   0    2    3.7
UT-PAN AMERICAN         01/04/08         16    3-5      .600   0-0      .000    3-4      .750     1     2    3    2.6    1   0    2   0     0   0    9    4.1
at Nebraska             01/09/08         12    3-4      .750   1-2      .500    0-0      .000     1     1    2    2.5    1   0    0   0     1   1    7    4.3
KANSAS STATE            01/13/08          8    1-3      .333   0-1      .000    0-0      .000     0     0    0    2.4    0   0    0   0     0   0    2    4.1
IOWA STATE              01/16/08         14    1-6      .167   0-2      .000    2-2    1.000      3     0    3    2.4    2   0    0   0     0   0    4    4.1
at Texas Tech           01-20-08          1    0-1      .000   0-1      .000    0-0      .000     0     0    0    2.3    0   0    0   0     0   0    0    3.9
OKLAHOMA STATE          01/23/08         17    2-3      .667   1-1     1.000    0-0      .000     2     0    2    2.3    0   0    0   0     2   1    5    3.9
MISSOURI                01/26/08         15     1-7     .143   0-1       .000    0-0     .000      1    3     4   2.4    1   0    1    0    0   1     2   3.9
at Baylor Lady Bears    01/30/08          5    0-0      .000   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     0     0    0    2.2    0   0    0   0     0   1    0    3.7
OKLAHOMA                02/03/08          5    0-1      .000   0-1      .000    0-0      .000     0     1    1    2.2    0   0    0   0     0   0    0    3.5
at Texas A&M            2/9/08            8    0-1      .000   0-1      .000    0-0      .000     0     0    0    2.1    0   0    0   0     1   0    0    3.3
at Colorado             2/16/08          11    0-0      .000   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     0     2    2    2.1    1   0    1   0     0   0    0    3.2
at Oklahoma State       02-20-08          6    1-2      .500   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     1     0    1    2.0    1   0    0   0     0   0    2    3.2
TEXAS A&M               02/24/08         13    1-2      .500   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     0     0    0    2.0    2   0    0   0     0   1    2    3.1
at Kansas               02/27/08         12    1-2      .500   0-0      .000    0-0      .000     0     2    2    2.0    2   0    0   1     1   0    2    3.1


Totals.........................    0    319   36-87     .414   2-11     .182    9-13     .692    18    35   53    2.0   17   0   12   9    16   8   83    3.1


Games played: 27                                                  Rebounds/game: 2.0
Minutes/game: 11.8                                                   Assists/game: 0.4
Points/game: 3.1                                                  Turnovers/game: 0.3
FG Pct: 41.4                                                      Assist/turnover ratio: 1.3
3FG Pct: 18.2                                                     Steals/game: 0.3
FT Pct: 69.2                                                      Blocks/game: 0.6

				
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