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Table of Contents                                 1     2010-11 IN REVIEW                                        HONORS
Rice Quick Facts                                  2     2010-11 Results                                  28      All-Conference Owls                                 59
Media Information                                 3     2010-11 Overall and C-USA Statistics             29      All-Academic Owls                                   60
2010-11 Roster Information                        4     Game-by-Game Statistics                          30
2010-11 Schedule                                  5     Points-Rebounds-Assists                          31      LEADERSHIP
                                                        Team Game-Highs                                  32      Staff Directory                                     61
COACHING STAFF                                          Team Game-Lows                                   33      Rice Media                                          62
Greg Williams, head coach                        6      Individual Game-Highs                            34      Getting to Rice                                     63
Kim Mbadinga-Nzamba, assistant coach             8                                                               Rice Campus Map                                     64
Rebecca Taylor, assistant coach                  9      CONFERENCE USA
Jae Cross, assistant coach                      10      2010-11 Conference USA Standings                 35      Credits: The 2010-11 Rice Owls Basketball Fact Book
Ashley Armstrong, director of operations        11      2010-11 All-Conference USA Teams                 35      is published by the Rice University Department of
                                                        2010-11 Team Statistics                          36      Intercollegiate Athletics.
RICE OWLS                                               C-USA Individual Statistics                      37
Memri Carmon                                    12                                                               Photographers: Bill Baptist, Aaron Sprecher, Anthony
Morgan Mayse                                    13      RECORDS                                                  Vasser, and Margie Sass. Team portraits by Tommy
Jackie Stanley                                  14      Series Records                                   38      LaVergne.
Megan Elliott                                   15      Team Records                                     39
Candace Ashford                                 16      Team & Opponent Lows                             41      Rice University is committed to affirmative action
Brianna Hypolite                                17      Opponent Single Game Highs                       42      and equal opportunity in education and employment.
Amenemope McKinney                              18      Individual Records                               43      Rice does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
D’Frantz Smart                                  19      Annual Leaders                                   46      religion, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic
Jessica Goswitz                                 20      25-Point Games                                   48      origin, age, disability or veteran status.
Lacey Neu                                       21      1,000 Points                                     49
Zoe Rogers                                      22      Overtime Games                                   50
Opal Taskila                                    23      Top 25 Games                                     50
Brittany Carter                                 24      Year-by-Year Results                             51
Jessica Kuster                                  25      Conference Tournament History                    58
Departed Seniors                                26      Rice Coaching Records                            59




     Row 1: Brittany Carter, D’Frantz Smart, Amenemope McKinney. Row 2: Strength and conditioning coordinator Kristi Bell, Morgan Mayse, Jessica Goswitz, Megan
     Elliott, Brianna Hypolite, Memri Carmon, Lacey Neu, assistant coach Jae Cross, had coach Greg Williams. Row 3: Director of operations Ashley Armstrong, head
     athletic trainer Dawn Stuckey, Zoe Rogers, Candace Ashford, Jackie Stanley, Opal Taskila, Jessica Kuster, assistant coach Rebecca Taylor, assistant coach Kim
     Mbadinga-Nzamba.



                                                               2010-11 RICE BASKETBALL FACT BOOK                                                                          1
                                                RICE QUICK FACTS
UNIVERSITY INFORMATION                                                         UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL
Location:                           Houston, Texas                             President:                             David W. Leebron (Harvard, 1976)
Founded:                            1891                                       Faculty Representative:                Dr. Alex Byrd (Rice, 1990)
Enrollment:                         5,556
Nickname:                           Owls                                       SPORTS INFORMATION
Mascot:                             Sammy the Owl                              Assistant AD/Sports Information:       Chuck Pool (Nebraska, 1980)
Colors:                             Blue and Gray                                  Pool’s e-mail:                     cpool@rice.edu
                                    Pantone 281c and Pantone 428c                  Office Number:                     348-5775
Conference:                         Conference USA, since 2005
Facility:                           Tudor Fieldhouse (5,750)                   WBB Contact:                           Jay Jameson (Indiana, 1989)
University Area Code:               713                                          Jameson’s e-mail:                    jj7473@rice.edu
                                                                                 Office Number:                       348-8874
BASKETBALL INFORMATION                                                           Mobile Number:                       (614) 354-9422
2010 Record:                        13-17                                        Office Fax:                          348-6019
2010 Conference USA Record/Place:   7-9, 7th                                     Press Row:                           348-5638
2010 Post-season:                   C-USA, 0-1
Starters R/L:                       4/1                                        Assistant SID:                         Ron Mears (Oklahoma State, 1986)
Letterwinners R/L:                  12/2                                       Assistant SID:                         John Sullivan (Houston, 1988)
Newcomers:                          2
Conference Affiliations:            Conference USA (2005-present)              ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION
                                    Western Athletic Conference (1996-2004)    Athletics Director:                  Rick Greenspan (Maryland, 1975)
                                    Southwest Conference (1982-1995)           Senior Executive Athletics Director: Rick Mello (Utah State, 1980)
All-Time Record:                    463-456                                    Sr. Associate AD/SWA:                Leslie Claybrook (Alabama, 1994)
All-Time C-USA Record:              29-35                                      Sr. Assoc. AD/Sports Administration:   Dr. Jack Garrett (NW Missouri State, 1973)
All-Time C-USA Champ. Record:       5-5                                        Associate AD/Finance:                  Jerry Lewis (Bryant College, 1962)
All-Time WAC Record:                106-40 (1997-2005)                         Bus. & Financial Operations Mgr.:      Brian Michael Cooper (Cornell, 1992)
All-Time WAC Champ. Record:         14-7 (9 years)                             Assoc. Dir. of Academic Advising:      Julie Griswold (Miami University, 1981)
All-Time SWC Record:                58-148 (14 years)                          Associate AD/Development:              Kim Koehn (Rice, 2000)
All-Time SWC Champ. Record:         1-8 (4 years)                              Assistant AD/Development:              Marc Laney (Alabama, 2005)
NCAA Appearances (2):               2005, 2000                                 Assistant AD/Marketing:                Ryan Holloway (Texas State, 2002)
WNIT Appearances (6):               2007, 2006, 2004, 2002, 1999, 1998         Assistant AD/Student-Athlete Dev.:     Suzanne Boué (Rice, 1991)
                                                                               Asst. AD/Facilities&Operations:        Jareel Combest (Southern Miss, 2003)
BASKETBALL STAFF                                                               Assistant AD/Equipment:                Kelly Riccardi (West Virginia, 2005)
Head Coach:                         Greg Williams (sixth season)
    Alma Mater:                     Rice, 1970                                 Athletics Phone Number:                348-4077
    Record at Rice:                 71-86, 5 years                             Ticket Office Phone Number:            522-OWLS (6957)
    Overall Record:                 272-225, 17 years
    Office Phone:                   348-5677                                   Mailing Address:                       P.O. 1892, MS548
Assistant:                          Jae Cross (third season)                                                          Houston, TX 77251-1892
    Alma Mater:                     Canberra, 1996
    Office Phone:                   348-5674                                   Shipping Address:                      6100 S. Main MS548
Assistant:                          Kim Mbadinga-Nzamba (sixth season)                                                Houston, TX 77005
    Alma Mater:                     Colorado State, 1998
    Office Phone:                   348-4795                                   Internet Site:                         riceowls.com
Assistant:                          Rebecca Taylor (fourth season)
    Alma Mater:                     Mississippi State, 2005                    RICE SPORTS PROPERTIES - IMG College
    Office Phone:                   348-5678                                   General Manager:                       Russ Dean (Connecticut, 1992)
Director of Operations:             Ashley Armstrong (first season)               Dean’s e-mail:                      russ.dean@img.com
    Alma Mater:                     Dayton, 2009                                  Office Number:                      348-6917
    Office Phone:                   348-6205                                   Account Executive:                     Nick Kallail (Kansas, 2006)
Head Athletic Trainer:              Dawn Stuckey (sixth season)                   Kallail’s e-mail:                   nkallail@rice.edu
    Alma Mater:                     UT-Tyler, 2005                                Office Number:                      348-6962
    Office Phone:                   348-5410




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                                                M E D I A I N F O R M AT I O N
SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE                                    west on Will Clayton Pkwy towards US 59/Eastex
   The Rice University Sports Information Office is          Freeway. Take US-59 approximatly 20 miles through            RICE SPORTS INFORMATION
located in Tudor Fieldhouse. It is located to the right of   downtown Houston. Exit Greenbrier/Shepherd Drive
the lobby of Tudor Fieldhouse.                               and turn left onto Greenbrier. Go about two miles and                           CHUCK POOL
                                                             turn left onto University Blvd. After two blocks, make                          Assistant Athletics Director
                                                             a left into the Rice campus on Stockton Drive. Tudor                            Sports Information
CREDENTIALS
                                                             Fieldhouse will be on your right after a half-mile.                             Football
    Arrangements for media credentials for the Rice
                                                                 To reach Tudor Fieldhouse from William P. Hobby                             Mobile: (832) 244-6476
Universityhome basketball season must be made
                                                             Airport, take Airport Drive to I-45. Take I-45 North                            cpool@rice.edu
through the Rice sports information office.
                                                             toward downtown and take Exit 46B onto 288-South/I-59                           (713) 348-5775
    Requests by accredited media members should be
made in writing and submitted on company letterhead          South. Exit Greenbrier/Shepherd Drive and turn left
to Jay Jameson, assistant sports information director,       onto Greenbrier. Go about two miles and turn left onto
at least 48 hours before tip-off.                            University Blvd. After two blocks, make a left into the
    Requests can be faxed to the sports information          Rice campus on Stockton Drive. Tudor Fieldhouse will                            RON MEARS
                                                             be on your right after a half-mile.                                             Sports Information Dir.
office at (713) 348-6019 or emailed to jj7473@rice.edu.
                                                                                                                                             Men’s Basketball, Golf
    Those not mailed, picked-up in person will be left at
                                                             PRESS SEATING AND PARKING                                                       Mobile: (832) 969-1310
the Tudor Fieldhouse media entrance.
                                                                 Press row seats are for working newspaper writers,                          rmears@rice.edu
                                                             radio and television reporters, along with Rice Athletics                       (713) 348-3929
WNBA SCOUTS
    WNBA scouts will be provided media credentials           staff allocated by the Rice Sports Information Office,
on a space-available basis.                                  which reserves the right to deny credentials to any
    Credentials for WNBA scouts should be requested          outlet.
                                                                 Admission to press row is by credential only. Media
by the parent club via email to Jay Jameson at jj7473@
                                                             can park in the Jake Hess Stadium lot when entering
                                                                                                                                             JOHN SULLIVAN
rice.edu.                                                                                                                                    Assistant SID
                                                             the Rice campus off of University Blvd and Stockton
                                                                                                                                             Baseball, Soccer,
                                                             Drive.
PRACTICES                                                                                                                                    Swimming
    All workouts are held at Tudor Fieldhouse or in Fox                                                                                      Mobile: (832) 250-9000
Gymnasium, which is adjacent to Tudor Fieldhouse on          TELEPHONES/INTERNET                                                             jsully@rice.edu
the Rice campus. Media wishing to attend practice               Telephone lines are not available for media use                              (713) 348-5636
should contact Jay Jameson in the Rice sports                at Tudor Fieldhouse. They are reserved for radio
information office to check that day’s schedule and          broadcasts. Tudor Fieldhouse has free wireless by
player and coach availability.                               logging onto the Rice campus network by accessing
    All gameday and road practices are closed.               RICE VISITOR network.                                                           JAY JAMESON
                                                                                                                                             Assistant SID
INTERVIEWS                                                   PHOTOGRAPHERS                                                                   WBB, VB, CC, TF
    All interviews with Rice coaches, student-athletes           Photographers and videographers are allowed                                 Mobile: (614) 354-9422
and administrators MUST be coordinated through the           to shoot from the designated photo boxes at either                              jj7473@rice.edu
sports information office.                                   baseline only.                                                                  713-348-8874
    Arrangements to speak with a member of the                   Only those on assignment and with proper media
women’s basketball program should be made with               credentials will be allowed to shoot game action. Ask a
assistant SID Jay Jameson (713-348-8874/jj7473@rice).        member of the sports information staff for information
edu) at least 24 hours prior to the desired interview        on the use of strobes inside of Tudor Fieldhouse. If
date. Players and coaches are generally available            permitted, strobes can be asked to be removed from
                                                             the facility at the discretion of the game officials.        Fax                           (713) 348-6019
following practice.                                                                                                       Website                   www.RiceOwls.com
    The locker rooms, training room and weight room              No monopods or tripods may be used at court level
inside Tudor Fieldhouse, Reckling Park or Rice Stadium       inside of Tudor Fieldhouse.
                                                                                                                          Rice Sports Information
are off-limits to reporters.                                                                                              P.O. Box 1892, MS 548
    On game days, Rice players will not be available         VISITING RADIO                                               Houston, TX 77035
until the postgame media session.                                Phone lines for visiting originating radio broadcasts
                                                             will be provided on a reciprocal basis. Please specify
GAMEDAY                                                      which type of line needed, phone or ISDN line.
    Pregame packets, including notes and statistics
will be available at Tudor Fieldhouse prior to each Rice     ACCESS TO OWLS INFORMATION
home contest.                                                    RiceOwls.com – The official web site of Rice
    Timeout, halftime and final statistics, plus running     Univarsity athletics includes rosters, schedules,
play-by-play and postgame notes and quotes will be           statistics, player profiles, press releases, game notes
provided.                                                    and more. The site is updated daily and also includes
    Wireless stat monitors will be set up along press        links to listen to Rice athletics events live over the
row to allow up-to-the-second information. A light           Internet.
meal will be provided in between 30 to 60 minutes prior          E-mail list – Press releases, notes and statistics are
to tip-off. Postgame interviews for Rice head coach          emailed to a large contingent of media. Notes packets
Greg Williams and selected players will be conducted         will be available at least 24 hours prior to each game,
courtside following the team’s 10-minute cooling off         and in many instances much earlier.
period.

TUDOR FIELDHOUSE/DIRECTIONS
    Rice basketball plays all of its home games at Tudor
Fieldhouse on the Rice campus. To reach the Tudor
Fieldhouse from Bush Intercontinental Airport, head

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                                        R O S T E R I N F O R M AT I O N
NUMERICAL
No.     Name                                  Pos.    Ht.      Cl.-Exp.    Hometown (Last School)
1       D’Frantz Smart                         G      5-0      Jr.-2L      Chicago, Ill./Whitney Young HS               By State
4       Amenemope McKinney                     G      5-7      Jr.-2L      Arlington, Texas/Bowie HS
5       Jessica Goswitz                        G      5-5      So.-1L      Knoxville, Tenn./Webb School                   Illinois (1)
                                                                                                                   D’Frantz Smart, Chicago
11      Megan Elliott                          F      6-0      Jr.-2L      Atlanta, Ga./Pace Academy
12      Brittany Carter                        G      5-6      Fr.-HS      Winnsboro, Texas/Winnsboro HS                Georgia (1)
14      Brianna Hypolite                       F      6-0      Jr.-2L      Dickinson, Texas/Dickinson HS            Megan Elliott, Atlanta
23      Memri Carmon                           G      5-9      Jr.-2L      Beaumont, Texas/Hamshire-Fannett HS
                                                                                                                       Tennessee (1)
24      Jackie Stanley                         F      6-2      Jr.-1L      Wylie, Texas/Wylie HS/Kansas State    Jessica Goswitz, Knoxville
25      Candace Ashford                        C      6-2      Jr.-2L      Plano, Texas/Plano West HS
30      Jessica Kuster                         F      6-2      Fr.-HS      San Antonio, Texas/Reagan HS                    Texas (11)
                                                                                                                   Candace Ashford, Plano
41      Lacey Neu                              F      6-1      So.-1L      Granbury, Texas/Granbury HS            Brittany Carter, Winnsboro
42      Opal Taskila                           C      6-2      So.-1L      Winnsboro, Texas/Winnsboro HS          Memri Carmon, Beaumont
43      Zoe Rogers                             F      6-1      So.-1L      Houston, Texas/Bellaire HS            Brianna Hypolite, Dickinson
44      Morgan Mayse                           F      6-1      Sr.-3L      Athens, Texas/Athens HS               Jessica Kuster, San Antonio
                                                                                                                   Morgan Mayse, Athens
                                                                                                                 Amenemope McKinney, Arlington
                                                                                                                     Lacey Neu, Granbury
                                                                                                                     Zoe Rogers, Houston
ALPHABETICAL                                                                                                        Jackie Stanley, Wylie
No.     Name                                  Pos.    Ht.      Cl.-Exp.    Hometown/Last School                    Opal Taskila, Winnsboro
25      Candace Ashford                        C      6-2      Jr.-2L      Plano, Texas/Plano West HS
23      Memri Carmon                           G      5-9      Jr.-2L      Beaumont, Texas/Hamshire-Fannett HS       By Eligibility
                                                                                                                        Seniors (1)
12      Brittany Carter                        G      5-6      Fr.-HS      Winnsboro, Texas/Winnsboro HS               Morgan Mayse
11      Megan Elliott                          F      6-0      Jr.-2L      Atlanta, Ga./Pace Academy
5       Jessica Goswitz                        G      5-5      So.-1L      Knoxville, Tenn./Webb School                 Juniors (7)
                                                                                                                     Candace Ashford
14      Brianna Hypolite                       F      6-0      Jr.-2L      Dickinson, Texas/Dickinson HS              Memri Carmon
30      Jessica Kuster                         F      6-2      Fr.-HS      San Antonio, Texas/Reagan HS                Megan Elliott
44      Morgan Mayse                           F      6-1      Sr.-3L      Athens, Texas/Athens HS                   Brianna Hypolite
                                                                                                                   Amenemope McKinney
4       Amenemope McKinney                     G      5-7      Jr.-2L      Arlington, Texas/Bowie HS
                                                                                                                      D’Frantz Smart
41      Lacey Neu                              F      6-1      So.-1L      Granbury, Texas/Granbury HS                Jackie Stanley
43      Zoe Rogers                             F      6-1      So.-1L      Houston, Texas/Bellaire HS
1       D’Frantz Smart                         G      5-0      Jr.-2L      Chicago, Ill./Whitney Young HS              Sophomores (3)
                                                                                                                       Jessica Goswitz
24      Jackie Stanley                         F      6-2      Jr.-1L      Wylie, Texas/Wylie HS/Kansas State            Zoe Rogers
42      Opal Taskila                           C      6-2      So.-1L      Winnsboro, Texas/Winnsboro HS                 Opal Taskila

                                                                                                                        Freshmen (3)
HEAD COACH                                                                                                             Brittany Carter
Greg Williams (Rice, 1970; sixth season)                                                                               Jessica Kuster
        Record at Rice: 71-86, 5 years                                                                                   Lacey Neu
        Overall Record: 272-225, 17 years                                                                             By Position
                                                                                                                         Guard (5)
                                                                                                                      Memri Carmon
STAFF                                                                                                                 Brittany Carter
Assistant Coach: Kim Mbadinga Nzamba (Colorado State, 1998; sixth season)                                            Jessica Goswitz
Assistant Coach: Rebecca Taylor (Mississippi State, 2005; third season)                                            Amenemope McKinney
Assistant Coach: Jae Cross (Canberra, 1996; third season)                                                             D’Frantz Smart
Director of Basketball Operations: Ashley Armstrong (Dayton, 2009; first season)                                        Forward (7)
Athletic Trainer: Dawn Stuckey (UT-Tyler, 2005; sixth season)                                                           Megan Elliott
                                                                                                                      Brianna Hypolite
                                                                                                                       Jessica Kuster
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE                                                                                                   Morgan Mayse
MEMRI Carmon        mem-REE                 Brianna HYPOLITE Hippo-light           Morgan MAYSE      Mays                Lacey Neu
                                                                                                                         Zoe Rogers
Lacey NEU           new                     D’FRANTZ Smart     Da-Frants                                               Jackie Stanley

AMENEMOPE McKinney             ah-MEN-nuh-PAY                                                                            Center (2)
                                                                                                                      Candace Ashford
                                                                                                                        Opal Taskila
Kim Mbadinga-Nzamba            Buh-ding-uh Zom-buh




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                                          2010-11 SCHEDULE
                                 World Vision Invitational
Fri., Nov. 12                    vs. Montana State                                         Waco, Texas             4 p.m.
Sat., Nov. 13                    vs. Florida International                                 Waco, Texas          2:30 p.m.
Sun., Nov. 14                    at Baylor                                                 Waco, Texas          2:30 p.m.

Wed., Nov. 17                    Stephen F. Austin                                         Tudor Fieldhouse       7 p.m.
Sat., Nov. 20                    Texas A&M                                                 Tudor Fieldhouse       7 p.m.

                                 Georgia State Thanksgiving Tournament
Sat., Nov. 27                    vs. Mercer                                                Atlanta, Ga.            3 p.m.
Sun., Nov. 28                    vs. Georgia State or Alabama A&M                          Atlanta, Ga.          1/3 p.m.

                                 Gene Hackerman Invitational
Fri., Dec. 3                     Long Beach State vs. Prairie View A&M                     Tudor Fieldhouse        5 p.m.
                                 Rice vs. Louisiana-Monroe                                 Tudor Fieldhouse     7:30 p.m.
Sat., Dec. 4                     La.-Monroe vs. Long Beach State/PV A&M                    Tudor Fieldhouse        5 p.m.
                                 vs. Long Beach State or Prairie View A&M                  Tudor Fieldhouse     7:30 p.m.

Sat., Dec. 18                    at UALR                                                   Little Rock, Ark.      2 p.m.
Tue., Dec. 21                    at Houston Baptist                                        Sharp Gym              7 p.m.
Tue., Dec. 28                    at Northwestern State                                     Natchitoches, La.      7 p.m.
Thu., Dec. 30                    at Texas State                                            San Marcos, Texas      7 p.m.
Sun., Jan. 2                     Lamar                                                     Tudor Fieldhouse       Noon
Thu., Jan. 6                     UCF                                                       Tudor Fieldhouse       7 p.m.
Sun., Jan. 9                     at Tulsa                                                  Tulsa, Okla.           2 p.m.
Thu., Jan. 13                    Marshall                                                  Tudor Fieldhouse       7 p.m.
Sun., Jan. 16                    at East Carolina                                          Greenville, N.C.       Noon
Thu., Jan. 20                    at UTEP                                                   El Paso, Texas         8 p.m.
Sun., Jan. 23                    UAB                                                       Tudor Fieldhouse       2 p.m.
Thu., Jan. 27                    at Tulane                                                 New Orleans, La.       7 p.m.
Sun., Jan. 30                    Tulsa                                                     Tudor Fieldhouse       2 p.m.
Sun., Feb. 6                     SMU - CBS College/CSS                                     Tudor Fieldhouse       2 p.m.
Thu., Feb.10                     at Houston                                                Hofheinz Pavilion      7 p.m.
Sun., Feb. 13                    at Memphis                                                Memphis, Tenn.         2 p.m.
Thu., Feb. 17                    UTEP                                                      Tudor Fieldhouse       8 p.m.
Sun., Feb. 20                    at Southern Miss                                          Hattiesburg, Miss.     2 p.m.
Thu., Feb. 24                    Tulane                                                    Tudor Fieldhouse       7 p.m.
Sun., Feb. 27                    Houston - CBS College/CSS                                 Tudor Fieldhouse       2 p.m.
Thu., Mar. 3                     at SMU                                                    Dallas, Texas          7 p.m.
March 9-12                       Conference USA Tournament                                 El Paso, Texas


All times Central and Subject to Change • Home games in bold

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                                                         RICE OWLS



                                                            GREG
                                                          WILLIAMS      HEAD BASKETBALL COACH
                                                                          SIXTH YEAR AT RICE


Greg Williams looks to return the Rice women’s     Lauren Neaves, who averaged a double-double         Houston. Among his accomplishments at UH was
basketball program to postseason play as he        in each of Williams’ first two seasons. Neaves is   a 66-60 upset of No. 3 Louisiana Tech in 1985-86
enters his sixth season as head coach of his       currently playing professionally in France.         and a 22-7 mark during 1987-88 that secured the
alma mater. The Hanszen College product has                                                            school’s first Top-20 ranking along with a NCAA
led Rice to two Conference USA title games         As a player, Williams was a three-year letterman    Tournament appearance. Williams also took home
and Women’s National Invitational Tournament       for the Owls under coach Don Knodel in 1967-69,     1987-88 SWC Coach of the Year honors.
(WNIT) appearances in 2005-06 and 2006-07.         earning all-Southwest Conference honors and
                                                   the league’s Co-MVP in 1969. After receiving his    Williams took the reins at Colorado State
The 2010 season saw the Owls improve immensely     Rice degree in physical education in 1970, he       University in 1990, leading the Rams to their
behind C-USA All-Conference performers Jackie      immediately joined the men’s staff under Knodel,    first NCAA Tournament in 1996 in addition to
Stanley and D’Frantz Smart as the Owls posted a    helping the Owls to the 1970 SWC championship       the school’s first Western Athletic Conference
13-17 overall slate.                               as a student coach.                                 championship. He won another Coach of the
                                                                                                       Year honor that season, adding the WBCA Region
With a young squad, the Owls suffered through a    After six seasons as an assistant coach and         Seven award. CSU finished No. 24 in the final USA
7-23 season during 2009. Freshman guard D’Frantz   two years in private business, Williams rejoined    Today Top 25 coaches’ poll in 1996 behind WAC
Smart was named to C-USA All-Freshmen team         Knodel as an assistant coach with the Houston       Player of the Year Becky Hammon, who finished
as she led all freshmen in the league in scoring   Angels in the Women’s Professional Basketball       second in the WNBA MVP voting in 2007 with the
at 10.8 points per game. Smart was also tops in    League. In the league’s first year (1978-79), the   San Antonio Silver Stars.
the league in steals with a 2.33 steals per game   Angels won the league title and Knodel was
average and fifth in assists (3.96).               named Coach of the Year.

In 2008, the Owls tallied a 14-18 record last      Williams got his first head coaching
season after playing nine games without Valeriya   position in 1980 with the WBL’s Dallas
Berezhynska, who was C-USA’s top scorer and        Diamonds, earning the league’s Coach of
rebounder in conference games. Berezhynska         the Year honors in 1981 after leading the
tallied the program’s first career triple-double   team to a runner-up finish. His Diamonds
during a nationally-televised contest at Tulane    featured legendary Nancy Lieberman
and was selected by the WNBA’s Detroit             and outdrew the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks
Shock in April of 2009 and is currently playing    during the WBA Championship series.
professionally in France.
                                                   After two years as a volunteer assistant at
Despite injuries to starters that limited Rice’s   SMU, Williams returned to the professional
firepower on both ends of the court, Williams      ranks in 1984 as the coach of the new
led his squad to an 18-14 record and a second      Dallas Diamonds in the Women’s American
place C-USA finish during his inaugural campaign   Basketball Association. In his only season
in 2005-06. The Owls also earned a trip to the     with the Diamonds, he led the squad to the
Women’s National Invitation Tournament Second      WABA title and won his second Coach of
Round.                                             the Year award.

Rice followed up with 19-14 record and another     Williams moved back to Houston in 1985
WNIT appearance. The Owls were headlined by        and returned to the college game when he
two-time All-Conference USA First-Team selection   was named head coach at the University of

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                                                               RICE OWLS

  WILLIAMS at Rice VS. OPPONENTS                                                  Navy                            1-0                    W, 63-52 (11-09-07)
  Opponent                         W-L                                    Last    North Texas                     1-0                    W, 69-65 (11-10-07)
  Alcorn State                     1-0                    W, 72-51 (12-08-06)     Northwestern State              1-0                    W, 57-48 (12-28-09)
  Baylor                           0-2                     L, 83-58 (11-23-08)    Pennsylvania                    1-0                    W, 59-54 (11-26-05)
  Cal State Northridge             2-0                    W, 76-55 (11-14-08)     Prairie View A&M                1-1                    W, 47-45 (11-18-08)
  Clemson                          0-1                     L, 62-59 (11-23-07)    Rider                           2-0                    W, 66-65 (12-20-07)
  Colorado                         0-1                     L, 72-55 (11-24-07)    Sam Houston State               2-0                    W, 82-62 (12-05-09)
  Davidson                         1-0                    W, 63-52 (12-02-05)     Southern Miss                   3-1                      L, 65-50 (1-25-09)
  East Carolina                    4-3                     W, 77-74 (1-17-10)     Stephen F. Austin               0-1                    L, 92-82 (11-21-09)
  Furman                           0-1                    W, 66-62 (11-25-08)     Stanford                        0-1                    L, 83-53 (12-17-05)
  George Mason                     0-1                     L, 86-58 (12-30-06)    SMU                             4-7                      L, 73-54 (2-12-10)
  George Washington                1-0                     W, 65-57 (1-02-10)     Tenn.-Martin                    1-0                    W, 66-57 (12-29-08)
  Hofstra                          1-1                    W, 90-71 (12-30-09)     TCU                             1-1                    W, 82-74 (12-02-07)
  Houston                          2-9                      L, 81-58 (3-04-10)    Texas A&M                       1-2                    L, 86-50 (11-18-09)
  Idaho State                      1-0                    W, 88-69 (12-09-06)     Texas Tech                      1-0                    W, 73-70 (11-21-05)
  Illinois State                   0-1               L, 71-61 (3OT) (3-15-07)     Tulane                          6-5                      L, 81-69 (2-25-10)
  Indiana                          0-1                      L, 67-57 (3-18-06)    Tulsa                           7-4                      L, 80-46 (2-14-10)
  Jackson State                    1-0                     W, 64-48 (3-15-06)     UALR                            1-2                    L, 73-54 (11-24-09)
  Kansas State                     0-1                     L, 83-54 (12-29-06)    UAB                             2-3                     W, 72-58 (2-07-10)
  Lafayette                        0-1                  L, 79-76 ot (12-21-08)    UCLA                            0-2                    L, 82-64 (12-17-08)
  Lamar                            0-1                     L, 82-66 (12-20-09)    UCF                             3-3                     W, 65-59 (2-18-10)
  Long Beach State                 0-1                     L, 68-64 (11-28-09)    UT-Arlington                    0-2                    L, 81-64 (11-13-09)
  Louisiana Tech                   0-2                     L, 86-68 (12-21-06)    UTEP                            5-8                      L, 62-61 (3-08-10)
  Loyola Marymount                 1-0                    W, 80-65 (12-19-05)     UT-Pan American                 1-0                    W, 71-47 (12-04-09)
  Marquette                        0-2                     L, 78-62 (12-03-06)    UTSA                            2-1                     W, 70-56 (1-04-10)
  Marshall                         3-2                     W, 63-61 (1-15-10)     Wake Forest                     0-2                     L, 79-46 (12-02-07)
  Massachusetts                    0-1                     L, 71-57 (11-27-09)    Washington                      0-1                     L, 86-62 (11-27-05)
  Memphis                          2-3                  L, 59-58 OT (1-23-10)     Winthrop                        1-0                    W, 63-54 (11-11-07)
  Mississippi                      1-2                     L, 81-48 (12-30-08)    Totals                         71-86
  Monmouth                         1-0                    W, 76-45 (11-10-06)


The Indiana native’s successes on the professional     selections included Deanna “Tweety” Nolan and
and college level made him a natural fit when          Swin Cash, who were key players as the Shock
the WNBA started play in 1997. First, he was           won the 2003 and 2006 WNBA championships.
an assistant with the Utah Starzz, then added          Nolan earned 2006 WNBA Finals MVP and was
director of scouting duties when he moved to           a 2007 WNBA All-Defensive Team selection,
the Detroit Shock in 1998. As a Shock assistant        while Cash was a 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist
coach from 1998-2000, Williams helped lead the         in Athens.
team to a 17-13 (.567) inaugural season record,
which was the highest winning percentage by an         Williams returned to the college ranks in 2003 as
expansion team in the history of the four major        an assistant coach at the University of Dayton. He
sports-(WNBA/NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL) to go along           was an aide to head coach Jim Jabir as the Flyers
with a 1999 WNBA playoff berth.                        had the fourth-best national increase in wins
                                                       (nine) during 2004-05 before returning to Rice as
Two years later, Williams became the Shock’s           the program’s fourth coach in May 2005.
head coach and director of player personnel. He
was the first person to be a head coach in three       Williams is married to Suzanne Mote of Union
different women’s professional leagues. Williams’      City, Ind.

  WILLIAMS’ COACHING VITAE
   Year            School/Team                     Job Title                     Record        Highlights
   1969-70         Rice                            Student-Assistant (Men)          —          1970 SWC Champions
   1971-76         Rice                            Assistant Coach (Men)            —          1970 SWC Champions
   1978-80         Houston Angels (WBL)            Assistant Coach                  —          1979 WBL Champions
   1980-81         Dallas Diamonds (WBL)           Head Coach                     [27-9]       WBL Coach of the Year
   1981-83         SMU                             Volunteer Assistant Coach        —
   1983-84         Dallas Diamonds (WABA)          Head Coach                     [21-2]       WABA Champions; Coach of the Year
   1985-90         Houston                         Head Coach                     93-51        NCAA Tournament in 1988; 1987-88 SWC Coach of the Year
   1990-97         Colorado State                  Head Coach                    108-88        NCAA Tournament in 1996; 1995-96 WAC Coach of the Year
   1997-98         Utah Starzz (WNBA)              Assistant Coach                  —
   1998-2000       Detroit Shock (WNBA)            Assistant Coach                  —          1999 WNBA Playoff Berth
   2001-02         Detroit Shock (WNBA)            Head Coach                    [10-32]
   2003-05         Dayton                          Assistant Coach                  —          Nation’s fourth largest win increase in 2004-05.
   2005-           Rice                            Head Coach                     71-86        2006 & 2007 WNIT Participant

   University Head Coaching Record: 272-235 (.536 - 17 seasons)


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                                                   KIM
                                           MB A DINGA-NZAM BA
                                                                                  ASSISTANT COACH
                                                                                   SIXTH SEASON


Kim (Austin) Mbadinga-Nzamba enters her sixth season as an assistant
coach for the Owls. Coach Mbadinga-Nzamba serves as the staff’s recruiting
coordinator and works with Rice’s perimeter players. She also oversees
the student-athletes academic progress in conjunction with the athletic
academic advising team and compliance with the NCAA Clearinghouse
and NCAA by-laws.


She joined the Rice staff after serving as an assistant at Southern Polytechnic
State in Marietta, Ga. At the NAIA school, Mbadinga-Nzamba coached the
post players in addition to serving as recruiting coordinator, scheduling
coordinator and supervisor for weight training and conditioning.


Prior to working with Southern Poly, Mbadinga-Nzamba spent one year
as an assistant with Life University, also in Marietta, Ga., after a two-year
stint at Saint Louis University. She organized team travel, coordinated the
film exchange, and aided in recruiting in addition to her on-court coaching
duties with both programs.


Mbadinga-Nzamba is a 1998 graduate of Colorado State with a B.A. in social
sciences and a minor in sociology. She was a four-year letterwinner for the
Rams, helping them to the Western Athletic Conference regular season and
tournament titles, then the program’s first NCAA tournament bid in 1996
under head coach Greg Williams.


As a senior captain, Mbadinga-Nzamba led Colorado State to the WAC
Mountain Division title and a trip to the NCAA tournament second round
in 1998.


After graduating from CSU, Mbadinga-Nzamba spent one season playing
professionally for Salon Palloilidat Salpa in Finland where she averaged 18
points and nine rebounds. In high school, she was a 1993-94 Street & Smith’s
All-America Honorable Mention and a Basketball Congress International
All-American.


Kim and her husband, Eric Mbadinga-Nzamba, reside in Houston with their
three children, Daniel (3), and twins, Alyssa and Vanessa (six months).

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               REBE CCA
                TAYLOR                  ASSISTANT COACH
                                         FOURTH SEASON

Rebecca (Kates) Taylor, a native of Cashion, Okla., enters her third season
as an assistant coach for the Rice Owls. Her focus is on coaching the post
players in addition to assisting with recruiting and opponent scouting.


“This is my fourth season with Rice women’s basketball and after ending
conference play on a strong note, I am excited about the potential of this
year’s team,” says Taylor.


Taylor served as Rice’s director of basketball operations during the 2005-06
and 2006-07 seasons as the Owls recorded consecutive WNIT appearances.
She was responsible for team travel and assisted with game management.
Taylor also oversaw community relations in addition to the team managers
before taking an assistant coaching job at Tulsa in 2007.


With the Golden Hurricane, Taylor assisted with recruiting and scouting
along with developing Tulsa’s post players. Larrissa Williams notched All-
Conference USA Third-Team honors, while Chanel Johnson secured a spot
on the league’s All-Defensive Team in 2007. Williams ranked in C-USA’s Top
10 averaging 14.4 points and 9.5 rebounds per game. Johnson recorded 85
blocks, the second-most over a single-season in program history. The 85
blocks also were the 14th-most in the nation.


Taylor was a four-year letterwinner at Mississippi State where she graduated
with a bachelor’s degree in communication with a major in broadcasting and
a minor in public relations. She drilled 107 three-pointers in 121 games en
route to 615 career points. The Lady Bulldogs advanced to the NCAA Second
Round in 2002 and 2003 along with a WNIT appearance in 2005.


Taylor and her husband, Jared, reside in Houston.




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                                                                            JAE
                                                                           CROSSASSISTANT COACH
                                                                                 THIRD SEASON


Jae Cross is her first season as an assistant basketball with the Rice
Owls, after serving the past two seasons at Rice as director of basketball
operations.


“Rice is a special place to me and I am truly grateful to coach Greg Williams
and the administration for providing me with this opportunity,” said Cross.
“Being able to do something you love everyday is a great feeling and I am
very excited and look forward to working with our student-athletes.”


Cross played professionally for the WNBA’s Detroit Shock (2001-04) and
San Antonio Silver Stars (2006) in addition to being a team representative
for the Phoenix Mercury (2004-05).


She also was a member of the Australian national team for 12 years (1995-
2006) and won a bronze medal at the 2002 FIBA World Championship. The
Australians claimed a pair of Oceania Gold Medals in 2003 and 2005 en route
to qualifying for the Olympics.


In 2008, Jae was proudly inducted into her home town of Canberra’s Sports
Hall of Fame.


Cross began her playing career at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in
1993. She received the R.E. Stauton Award, which is given to the women’s
basketball most outstanding player in 1994. She then played for the Adelaide
Lightning of the Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL). The Lightning
won a trio of national championships in 1995, 1996 and 1998.


Jae and her husband, Tom Cross, live in Houston with their three daughters,
Jenisha (12), Taylor (7), and Cale (2).




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  ASHLEY
ARMSTRONG                 DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
                               FIRST SEASON

Former collegiate basketball player Ashley Armstrong is in her first season
as Rice’s director of operations. Armstrong comes to South Main after
spending the past year as an accountant for Ernst & Young LLP in Columbus,
Ohio.


Armstrong was a standout guard for the Dayton Flyers from 2005 to 2008.
She appeared in 120 games and made 47 starts. During the 2007 season,
Armstrong was inserted in the starting lineup and the Flyers proceeded to
win a school-record 16 consecutive games. Her freshman season (2005)
was also Greg Williams’ last season as a Dayton assistant prior to arriving
at Rice.


From Canton, Ohio, Armstrong was a two-time All-Ohio Division II First-Team
selection for West Branch High School. During her senior season (2004)
she helped lead West Branch to the state title by averaging 14.1 points per
game. Armstrong holds the school’s single-game assist record (15) and the
single-season assist record (185). A class valedictorian, she maintained
a 4.0 grade point average and was a six-time winner of the Northeastern
Buckeye Conference scholar-athlete award.


Armstrong graduated with an MBA degree in accounting from the University
of Dayton in 2009. She is also a certified public accountant.




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                                                                    MEMRI
                                                                   CARMON
                                                                      23 F 5-7 F Guard F Jr.-2L
                                                               Beaumont, Texas F Hammshire-Fannett HS


JUNIOR SEASON (2009-10)                                                              PERSONAL
Medical redshirt due to injury.                                                      Daughter of Kevin and Barbara Carmon... Born on March 6, 1989... Mother,
                                                                                     Barbara, played under head coach Greg Wlliams at the University of
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008-09)                                                           Houston... Cousin, Lacee, was a standout for the Rice Track and Field team
Competed in 22 games... Scored season-high 11 points vs. UT-Arlington...             ... has one brother, Kevin... Member of Will Rice College.
Tallied 8 points vs. Cal State Northridge... Also scored 6 points vs. Baylor and
at UTEP... Season-high 4 rebounds vs. Cal State Northridge, UT-Arlington,
Prairie View A&M, and at UTSA... Played season-high 22 minutes vs. UT-
Arlington and also played 21 minutes at UTSA and at East Carolina.


FRESHMAN SEASON (2007-08)
2007-08 Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll
Appeared in 21 games off the bench... Added 1.3 points and 1.0 rebounds
per game... Member of four-player freshman class that logged 26.6 percent
(1717-of-6450) of Rice’s minutes... Missed first six games of the season before
making her debut against Clemson... Scored four points against Rider...
Scored a career-best five points and added two steals against UCF... Moved
to the back-up point guard role after Shyrelle Horne’s season-ending injury...
Logged double-digit minutes in seven of her last 11 games, including a
career-high 26 minutes at Tulsa... Swiped game-clinching steal and knocked
down a pair of critical free throws with 20 seconds left against Marshall.


HIGH SCHOOL
2007 graduate of Hamshire-Fannett High School... Played for coach Sheree
Downs and the Longhorns ... Averaged 19 points, 10 rebounds, 4 steals and
three assists per game as a senior... Earned all-state honors as a junior after
scoring 25 points a game... TABC All-Region in 2006-07... All-district first-
team selection from 2005-07... All-District Second-Team performer in 2004 ...
Academic all-state in 2007... Three-sport star that also lettered in volleyball
and track... Named to the Port Arthur News Dream Team twice.


                                     TOTAL              3P                                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
     07-08 21-0      211    10.0      8-37 .216        4-20  .200        8-16      .500     8-14-22    1.0      15    0    11 22       0     5     28    1.3
     08-09 22-0      196     8.9     13-47 .277        9-31  .290        8-13      .615     11-19-30   1.4      18    0    18 17       1     9     43    2.0
     09-10 DNP
     TOTAL 43-0      407     9.5     23-84    .273     13-51    .255     16-29     .552     19-33-52     1.2    33    0    29    39    1     14   51     1.2


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           MORGAN
            MAYSE          44 F 6-1 F Forward F Sr.-3L
                           Athens, Texas F Athens HS

JUNIOR SEASON (2009-10)                                                           FRESHMAN SEASON (2007-08)
Gene Hackerman Invitational All-Tournament                                        One of only three players to play in all 32 games averaging 7.5 points and 4.4
Started all 30 games... Second on team in rebounding (5.6) and third in           rebounds per game... Member of four-player freshman class that logged 26.6
scoring (8.3 ppg)... Started season-opener at UTA and scored 11 points            percent (1717-of-6450) of Rice’s minutes... Fourth among league freshman
and grabbed 5 rebounds... Team-high 10 points vs. UALR... 12 points and           posting 11.0 points per game in conference games... Connected on 44.4
8 rebounds vs. UMass... 17 points and 5 rebounds vs. Long Beach State...          percent (52-of-117) of her two-point attempts in league contests... Ranked
Named to Gene Hackerman Invitational All-Tournament Team with 9 points            15th in league games grabbing 6.3 rebounds per game... Recorded 10 points
and 11 rebounds vs. UT-Pan American and 13 points and 8 rebounds in win           and 5 rebounds in season-opening start for Valeriya Berezhynska against
over Sam Houston State... Scored team-high 17 points with 6 rebounds              Navy... Started all 18 C-USA games... Logged 30 or more minutes in 12 of
and 4 assists in 31 minutes at Lamar... 11 points, 6 rebounds vs. Northwest-      19 total starts... Nine of her 10 double figure efforts came against C-USA
ern State... 10 points, 6 boards vs. Hofstra... 11 points and 7 rebounds at       opponents, including four straight games (Jan. 6-20)... Notched first career
George Washington... 9 points and 7 rebounds with 3 steals at UTEP and            double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds against UTEP... Scored 15
scored 11 points at Tulane... Game-high 16 points with 3 assists vs. Mar-         points and added 8 rebounds at Southern Miss... netted 17 points, secured a
shall and team-high 15 points and 4 rebounds vs. East Carolina... Scored 9        career-best 13 rebounds and three steals at UAB... Fired in a season-high 18
points with 3 rebounds at Memphis... 8 points and 7 rebounds vs. SMU and          points on 7-of-12 shooting against Tulsa... matched a career-best 18 points
7 points and 8 rebounds vs. Tulsa... Grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds            on 6-of-11 from the floor at SMU... added 7 points and 4 rebounds against
vs. Houston... Scored 9 points with 6 rebounds vs. UAB... At SMU, had 7           East Carolina in the C-USA Tournament.
rebounds and 6 points... Grabbed team-high 8 rebounds at Tulsa... Scored
10 points with 4 rebounds vs. UTEP.                                               HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                                  2007 graduate of Athens High School... Played for head coach Keith Durrett
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008-09)                                                        and the Hornets... Averaged 19.8 points, 9.2 rebounds, and 3.1 blocks per
Appeared in 30 games and made 15 starts... Third on team in scoring 8.1           game during her senior season on her way to earning a place on the All-East
points per game... Second on squad in rebounding at 5.0 rebounds per              Texas First Team... Named Henderson County Player of the Year in 2007...
game... Ranked second on the team in field goal percentage (.378)... 10 games     Won District 14-3A MVP twice... Also lettered in track and field... Won 4A
with double-digit scoring... Scored season-high 19 points vs. UCLA (5-12 FGs      State high jump competition with a jump of 5-9... Played on Texas Fire AAU
and 8-9 FTs) with 10 rebounds... Snared 10 rebounds and scored 9 points           squad coached by Marty Murphy.
vs. George Washington... 17 points and 5 rebounds vs. UAB... 16 points vs.
Cal State Northridge... Tallied 15 points each at Hofstra and at Lafayette...     PERSONAL
Scored 14 vs. Prairie View A&M... Poured in 13 points vs. UT-Arlington and        Daughter of John and Quivoria Mayse... Born on August 9, 1989... member
vs. Tulane... Also made 14 three-pointers on the year.                            of Will Rice College.


                                   TOTAL               3P                              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
   07-08   32-19    779    24.3    90-236    .381    15-61     .246    45-70    .643     43-97-140  4.4      65     1    17 36       2     22   240     7.5
   08-09   30-15    686    22.9    95-251    .378    14-48     .292    39-57    .684     53-96-149  5.0      56     0    12 50       4     17   243     8.1
   09-10   30-30    747    24.9    99-259    .382    14-43     .326    37-53    .698     47-120-167 5.6       75    1    24 56       2     16   249     8.3
   TOTAL   92-64    2212   24.0   284-746    .381    43-152    .283   121-180   .672    143-313-456 4.9      196    2    53 142      8     57   732     7.9


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                                                              JACKIE
                                                             STANLEY   24 F 6-2 F Forward F Jr.-1L
                                                                        Wylie, Texas F Wylie HS


SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008-09)                                                 FRESHMAN SEASON AT KANSAS STATE (2007-08)
Has two seasons of eligibility remaining • Team co-MVP                     Stanley played in 13 non-conference games for Kansas State, before
Third-Team All-Conference USA •                                            transferring to Rice... Averaged 7.2 points and 3.1 rebounds in 15.8 minutes
Conference USA Player of the Week - Dec. 7                                 off the bench... Compiled a trio of double figure performances... Recorded
MVP of Gene Hackerman Invitational                                         a blocked shot in five games... notched seven points and six rebounds in
Wyndham Miami Thanksgiving Tournament All-Tournament Team                  collegiate debut against Washington... Poured in a career-best 21 points on
Started all 28 games played... Led Rice in scoring (13.7) and              9-of-11 shooting and matched a career-high six rebounds over 19 minutes
rebounding (6.8)... Made her debut for the Owls by starting and            against Southern Utah... Scored 13 points in 16 minutes against Lipscomb...
playing 27 minutes at UTA and scored team-high 14 points with              Tallied eight points and two assists against Texas State... Totaled 11 points
team-high 7 rebounds, making 6-12 FGs... Scored 13 points at               at Loyola Marymount.
Stephen F. Austin State... Double-double with career and game-
highs of 24 points and 11 rebounds vs. Long Beach State... Earned          HIGH SCHOOL
MVP honors of Gene Hackerman Invitational with 18 points and               Four-year letterwinner and starter for coaches Michael Oldham and Amy
8 rebounds in win over UT-Pan American and game and career-                Matlock at Wylie High School... Named a McDonald’s All-American and
high 36 points and game and career-high 14 rebounds in win over            Wendy’s Heisman nominee during her junior and senior seasons... Averaged
Sam Houston State (played season-high 34 minutes)... 7 points and          23.1 points and 10.1 rebounds in senior campaign... Finished her high
5 rebounds at Lamar... 6 points and 8 rebounds vs. Northwestern            school career with 2,313 points, 1,163 rebounds and 201 blocks en route
State... 20 points and 5 rebounds vs. Hofstra... Team-high 22 points       to 65 double-doubles... Earned team MVP honors all four seasons... Won
with 7 rebounds at George Washington... Scored 13 points with 9            2004 District 12-4A Freshman of the Year along with 2005 District 11-4A
rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals vs. UTSA... Game-high 25 points          Offensive Player of the Year and 2006 District 11-4A MVP... Selected 2007
and game-high 13 rebounds at UTEP and team-high 11 points and              District 9-5A Co-Offensive Player of the Year... Named Texas Association of
game-high 11 rebounds at Tulane... 11 points and 11 rebounds vs.           Basketball Coaches All-Region (2005-07), All-State for two years (2006-07)
Marshall and 11 points and 4 rebounds vs. East Carolina... Tallied         and an All-Star (2007)... Also garnered Dallas Morning News All-Area First
14 points with 7 rebounds in 37 minutes at Memphis... Scored team-         Team accolades (2006-07)... Tallied a No. 6 ranking for the state of Texas
high 19 points with 8 rebounds and 2 blocks vs. Tulsa... Posted her        by the National All Star Girls Report... Played onTeam Texas 17s AAU team
sixth double-double on the season with 27 points (second-highest           for Coach Marty McLendon and notched 2006 BCI All-American... Also
in career) and 11 rebounds vs. UAB... Team-high 16 points with             lettered in softball, volleyball and track at Wylie High School and carried
team-high 8 rebounds at SMU... Scored game-high 21 points with 7           a 3.82 GPA.
rebounds in 34 minutes at UCF... Scored 14 points with team-high 9
rebounds vs.UTEP in C-USA tourney game.                                    PERSONAL
                                                                           Daughter of Jack and Deirdre Stanley... Born on September 8, 1988 in Dallas
2008-09                                                                    ... has one sister, Sara, and one brother, John... College: Wiess.
Medical redshirt.


                                   TOTAL             3P                         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
     09-10   28-28   699   25.0   140-352   .398    2-11  .182   102-124 .823    51-139-190  6.8     788    1    15 68       17     14   384   13.7




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               MEGAN
               ELLIOTT      11 F 6-0 F Forward F Jr.-2L
                           Atlanta, Ga. F Pace Academy

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10)                                                        2007-08 SEASON
Team Academic Award                                                               2007-08 Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll
Played in all 30 games with three starts... Third on team in rebounding at        Redshirted due to an injury during a preseason workout.
4.8 rpg... Scored 8 points with game-high 10 rebounds vs. UALR... 7 points
vs. UMass and 4 rebounds vs. UT-Pan American... Scored 8 points with 4            HIGH SCHOOL
rebounds in 16 minutes vs. Hofstra... Snared 4 rebounds in 11 minutes at          2007 graduate of Pace Academy... Played for head coach Shana White and
George Washington... Came off the bench to score season-high 15 points,           the Knights... Averaged 17.6 points and 8.3 rebounds and had 10 double-
with 8 rebounds and 2 assists in 24 minutes vs. UTSA... 10 rebounds and           doubles as a senior on her way to earning Clase AA All-State Honorable
2 points at UTEP and 4 points and 5 rebounds at Tulane... 9 points and 5          Mention from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution... Named all-region first-
rebounds vs. Marshall... Made three-point basket to give Rice a 74-71 lead        team as a senior after earning all-region second-team honors as a junior...
over East Carolina with 1:27 left in the game and finished with 6 points with     Finished career with 1,605 points and also was an all-city and all-metro pick
4 rebounds vs. ECU... Grabbed a team-high 10 rebounds at Memphis and              by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution... Dished out 3.1 assists and added 2.8
a team-high 3 steals in 21 minutes... 10 points and 5 rebounds vs. SMU            steals a game... Solid free throw shooter at 73 percent... Played on Georgia
and 7 points and 4 rebounds vs. Tulsa in 24 minutes... Scored 4 points and        Hoopsters AAU team coached by J.D. Davis.
grabbed 7 rebounds at SMU and made first start of the season, in place of
the injured Jessica Goswitz, at Tulsa (6 rebounds)... Played career-high 40       PERSONAL
minutes at UCF with 5 rebounds and 4 points... 6 points at Southern Miss          Daughter of Mark and Laurie Elliott ... born on January 6, 1989... has three
with 3 steals... Scored 9 points and had 6 rebounds vs. Tulane... Tallied 8       brothers, Lee, Sam and Philip ... member of Baker College.
points and team-high 7 rebounds vs. UTEP... Snared 6 rebounds vs. UTEP
in C-USA tourney game.


FRESHMAN SEASON (2008-09)
Played in 24 games and made 14 starts... Fourth on team in minutes played
at 24.7 and fourth on team in scoring with 7.6 points per game... Co-led the
Owls in rebounding with Emery Carter at 5.8 rebounds per game to rank
15th in Conference USA... Did lead squad in rebounds during Conference
USA action at 6.6 rpg... Four-games in double-digit scoring... Season-high 17
points vs. Memphis, 16 vs. Southern Miss, 15 vs. UAB with 8 rebounds, 12 vs.
UCF, and 11 vs. Cal State Northridge... Grabbed season-high 10 rebounds at
Tulsa... Also had 9 rebounds and 5 points vs. UTEP... Pulled down 8 rebounds
and scored 7 points vs. Houston.


                                    TOTAL             3P                               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
    08-09 24-14     592     24.7    54-183   .295    13-55    .236    62-83     .747    43-95-138   5.8      52    1     16 40      3      24   183    7.6
    09-10  30-3     575     19.2    43-144   .299    10-40    .250    32-58     .552    51-94-148   4.8      46    0     25 48      4      19   128    4.3
    Totals 54-17    1167    21.6    97-327   .297    23-95    .242   94-141     .667    94-189-283  5.2      98    1     41 88      7      43   311    5.8


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                                                              CANDACE
                                                              ASHFORD       25 F 6-2 F Center F Jr.-2L
                                                                          Plano, Texas F Plano West HS


SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10)                                                       PERSONAL
Played in 26 games... Grabbed 7 rebounds and scored 4 points at Stephen          Daughter of George and Vanessa Ashford (one sister and one brother)...
F. Austin State... Snared 3 rebounds vs. UMass and 2 at No. 8 Texas A&M...       born on April 9, 1990... member of Hanszen College.
Grabbed a career-high 8 rebounds in the win over Northwestern State
with 2 points, 2 steals, and a block in 19 minutes... In 10 minutes of action,
scored 2 points and grabbed 3 rebounds vs. UTSA... Played 9 minutes
with 2 rebounds and 1 point at UTEP... Scored 2 points in 11 minutes vs.
Marshall and 2 points in 6 minutes vs. East Carolina... Played 20 minutes
and scored 2 points with 7 rebounds vs. SMU and scored 2 points with 4
rebounds vs. Tulsa.


FRESHMAN SEASON (2008-09)
Played in 24 games... Season-high 27 minutes vs. Houston and 26 vs. Prairie
View A&M... Scored season-high 9 points vs. Houston with 4 rebounds and
season-high 5 blocks... Scored 6 points and snared season-high 6 rebounds
vs. Prairie View A&M... Grabbed 5 rebounds vs. Cal State Northridge.


HIGH SCHOOL
2008 graduate of Plano West High School... played for Don Patterson and
the Wolves... Ranked No. 500 overall and No. 96 at center by the Michael
T. White All Star Girls Report... Averaged 9.3 points, 7.2 rebounds and 1.5
blocks per game as a senior... Tallied a pair of All-District and All-State
selections at Bishop Lynch High School as a freshman and sophomore
under Andy Zihlman... Won 2005 & 2006 TAPPS 6A State titles... Club team,
the Texas Express 90s coached by Joey Simmons, took home two AAU
National Championships... Also lettered in volleyball... Notched TABC All-
State Academic honors and was a 2008 Texas State Finalist Goldman Sachs
Economics Challange.




                                    TOTAL              3P                            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
     08-09  24-0      246   10.3     19-69   .275     4-16     .250     4-4  1.000     14-36-50   2.1      29    0     4 15      12     3     46    1.9
     09-10  26-0      202    7.8     11-41   .268      0-9     .000     3-6  .500      18-32-50   1.9      14    0    6  14      2      4     25    1.0
     Totals 50-0      448    9.0    30-110   .273     4-25     .160    7-10  .700     32-68-100   2.0      43    0    10 29      14     7     71    1.4


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       BRIANNA
       HYPOLITE         14 F 6-0 F Forward F Jr.-2L
                     Dickinson, Texas F Dickinson HS

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10)                                                        PERSONAL
Played in all 30 games... 20 games played in double-digit minutes... Scored       Daughter of Joella Hypolite... Born on April 22, 1990... College: Duncan.
in double-figures 5 games... Season-high 20 points with 5 steals at Tulsa
(6-11 FGs and 5-6 FTs) in 25 minutes... Scored 17 points vs. Furman and 15 in
season-high 26 minutes at Tulane... 10 points and 3 assists vs. UCLA and 10
points at East Carolina with season-high 7 rebounds... Snared 6 rebounds
vs. UT-Arlington.


FRESHMAN SEASON (2008-09)
Played in all 30 games... 20 games played in double-digit minutes... Scored
in double-figures 5 games... Season-high 20 points with 5 steals at Tulsa
(6-11 FGs and 5-6 FTs) in 25 minutes... Scored 17 points vs. Furman and 15 in
season-high 26 minutes at Tulane... 10 points and 3 assists vs. UCLA and 10
points at East Carolina with season-high 7 rebounds... Snared 6 rebounds
vs. UT-Arlington.


HIGH SCHOOL
2008 graduate of Dickinson High School... Played for Darrin Samuels and
the Gators... Eclipsed over 2,100 points, 1,500 rebounds, 300 assists and 300
steals as Dickinson recorded a 107-35 mark over her high school career...
Back-to-back 4A State Finalists... Rated No. 626 overall and No. 125 at
shooting guard by the Michael T. White All Star Girls Report... Averaged
15.5 points, 12.2 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 5.1 steals per game as a senior
en route to 2008 TABC 4A State Player of the Year... Also took home 2007
Houston Chronicle and Galveston County 4A Player of the Year as a junior...
A two-time District 23-4A First-Team, TABC All-Region and All-State pick...
Also lettered in track and field as a high jumper... TABC All-State Academic
selection and member of the National Honor Society... Played for Houston
Hotshots AAU team coached by Marvin Morris.




                                   TOTAL               3P                              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
    08-09  30-0     396    13.2    47-136    .346    18-62    .290    32-49     .653     13-37-50   1.7      26    0    16 38       5     17   144    4.8
    09-10  26-0     240     9.2     34-90    .378     8-31    .258    12-19     .632     10-29-39   1.5      19    0     4 21       4      7    88    3.4
    Totals 56-0     636    11.4    81-226    .358    26-93    .280    44-68     .647     23-66-89   1.6      45    0    20 59       9     24   232    4.1


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                                             AMENEMOPE
                                              McKINNEY                        4 F 5-7 F Guard F Jr.-2L
                                                                            Arlington, Texas F Bowie HS


SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10)                                                        PERSONAL
2010 Arthur Ashe Sports Scholar Award - Third Team                                Daughter of Gregory McKinney and Damitia McKinney... Born on March 22,
Played in 29 games... Scored season-high 12 points at Stephen F. Austin           1990... One sister, Nzingha... Cousin, Jeff Graham, played for the Chicago
State... Tallied 5 points vs. UALR... Scored 10 points, with 5 rebounds,          Bears, New York Jets and San Diego Chargers of the NFL... Member of
2 assists, and 3 steals in win over UT-Pan American and 9 points, 6               Martel College.
rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals in win over Sam Houston State... 4 points
and 2 rebounds vs. Northwestern State... Scored 7 points with 3 assists,
4 rebounds, and 4 steals at Tulane... Tallied 7 points and 2 rebounds vs.
East Carolina... Poured in 11 points with 5 rebounds vs. Houston... Snared 5
rebounds at SMU... Made 3 of 6 field goals and 5-6 free throws for 11 points
with 4 assists at UCF... Scored 8 points with 2 steals at Southern Miss...
Grabbed team-high 8 rebounds with 6 points vs. Tulane.


FRESHMAN SEASON (2008-09)
Played in 16 games and made two starts (vs. UAB and at UCF)... Scored
season-high 13 points vs. Memphis by making 3-5 FGs and 7-8 FTs... Also
scored 12 points at Hofstra... Grabbed season-high 5 rebounds at Ole Miss
and 4 vs. Cal State Northridge in first-ever collegiate action.


HIGH SCHOOL
2008 graduate of Bowie High School... Played for Wanda Talton and the
Volunteers as a junior and senior... ranked No. 97 overall and No. 19 at point
guard by the Michael T. White All Star Girls Report... notched a pair of All-
District 8-5A First-Team and Region 1 Second-Team selections... Averaged
9.2 points, 4.1 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 2.8 steals per game as a senior ...
played for Ray Debord and the Cougars at Covenant Christian Academy as
a freshman and sophomore... Won 2006 2A state championship... Played on
AAU team TG for coaches Tim Miller and her dad, Gregory McKinney.




                                    TOTAL              3P                               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
     08-09    16-2   200   12.5     13-46     .283    2-12     .167    17-22     .773     8-16-24    1.5    18    0    18 28       0     11    45    2.8
     09-10    29-0   393   13.6      30-79    .380    1-11     .091    52-71     .732     24-33-57   2.0    36    1    24 31       3     20   113    3.9
     Total    45-2   593   13.2     43-125    .344    3-23     .130    69-93     .742     32-49-81   1.8    54    1    42 59       3     31   158    3.5


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      D’FRANTZ
       SMART             1 F 5-0 F Guard F Jr.-2L
                     Chicago, Ill. F Whitney Young HS

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10)                                                          FRESHMAN SEASON (2008-09)
Team co-MVP                                                                         All-C-USA Freshman Team
Third-Team All-Conference USA                                                       Second on the team in scoring at 10.8 ppg... Led Conference USA with70
Conference USA Player of the Week - Jan. 18                                         steals... Scored team season-high 26 points vs. UT-Arlington with season-
Played in all 30 games with 28 starts... Second on team in scoring (9.4 ppg)...     high 8 rebounds and 9 assists... Followed that effort with 20 points vs. UCLA...
Led Rice with 130 assists, which is seventh-best in school history, and             Scored 22 vs. George Washington, 19 vs. UALR and at Tulane... Also scored
with 58 steals... Third on squad with 32 three-pointers made... Played 19           17 vs. Tenn.-Martin and vs. Furman... Drained season-high 4 three-pointers
minutes and scored 13 points with 4 assists and 2 steals at UTA... Grabbed          vs. Furman to go with 5 rebounds... Snared 8 boards vs. Tulane and had 6
5 rebounds with 4 points at #8 Texas A&M... Had 6 rebounds at Stephen F.            rebounds in six other contests... Dished out team season-high 12 assists vs.
Austin State and 7 rebounds vs. UALR... 6 assists, 5 rebounds, and 5 steals         Tulsa... Led team with 119 assists and fourth on team with 3.8 rebounds...
in 20 minutes of action win over Sam Houston State... 5 points, 4 rebounds,         Played second-most minutes on the year with 797... Conference USA Rookie
and 3 assists at Lamar... Team-high 16 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals, and            of the Week for Dec. 8.
4 assists vs. Northwestern State... Scored season-high 24 points with 7
assists and 3 steals vs. Hofstra... 8 points, 3 rebounds, 5 assists at George       HIGH SCHOOL
Washington... Scored a game-high 18 points with a team-high 11 rebounds             A 2008 graduate of Whitney Young High School... Played for Corry Irvin and
and 7 assists in 37 minutes vs. UTSA... 14 points and 3 assists at UTEP...          the Dolphins... Led Whitney Young to 2008 state championship and Top 25
Earned C-USA Player of the Week after scoring 12 points with 4 rebounds             ranking in USA Today High School poll... Averaged 15.0 points, 6.0 assists and
and 3 assists vs. Marshall and scoring 14 points with 5 assists, 3 rebounds,        3.0 steals per game as a senior... Runner-up 2008 Miss Illinois basketball...
and a career-high 7 steals vs. East Carolina... Scored 11 points with 6             Four-time Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun Times All-Area selections...
rebounds and 8 assists in 39 minutes vs. SMU... Tallied 8 points, 7 rebounds,       three-time All-State pick... Ranked No. 110 overall and No. 22 at point guard
and 6 assists vs. Tulsa... Scored 11 points with 6 rebounds vs. Houston and         by HoopGurlz.com... Played on Lady Fire and Chicago Hoops AAU teams.
had 6 assists and 2 steals vs. UAB... Game-high 7 assists with 15 points
at SMU... Game-high 7 assists with 8 rebounds to go with 14 points in 40            PERSONAL
minutes at UCF... Scored game-high 22 points with 6 rebounds and 4 steals           Daughter of Larry and Pamela Smart... Born on October 12, 1990... Has one
at Southern Miss... Dished 7 assists and scored 5 points vs. UTEP... Scored         brother and sister... Member of Martel College.
14 points with 4 asssits vs. UTEP in C-USA tourney game.




                                    TOTAL               3P                               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
    08-09   26-26    797   30.7     89-254    .350    37-112    .330    66-100    .660     26-74-100  3.8       72    1    119   119    1      70   281    10.8
    09-10   30-28   857    28.6     75-210    .357    32-90     .356   100-148    .676     24-93-117  3.9       78    3    130   100    1      58   282     9.4
    Total   56-54   1654   29.5    164-464    .353    69-202    .342   166-248    .669    50-167-217  3.9      150    4    249   219    2     128   563    10.1


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                                                                 JESSICA
                                                                 GOSWITZ   5 F 5-5 F Guard F Fr.-HS
                                                                        Knoxville, Tenn. F Webb School


FRESHMAN SEASON (2009-10)                                                          Miss Basketball Div. II finalist... Four-time Tennessee All-State Div. II (2006,
Rice Newcomer Award • Fighting Owl Award                                           2007, 2008, and 2009)... Three-time state all-tournament team, three-time
Conference USA Freshman of the Week - Dec. 7                                       all-region all-tournament, and all-region team (2007, 2008, and 2009)... 2009
Started all 27 games in which she played... Missed three games due to              and 2008 Prep Extra First Team and All-KIL First Team... Spartans were state
injury... Fourth on team in scoring at 8.1 ppg... Second on squad in three-        champions in 2009 and 2007... State runner-up in 2008... Two-time Green
pointers made (40), assists (68), and in steals (43)... Made collegiate debut      County Bank Classic All-Tournament (2007 and 2008)... Member of FCA and
by starting at UT-Arlington and responded with 12 points, 5 rebounds, and          National Art Honors Society... McDonald’s All-American nominee... All-
3 steals in a team-high 38 minutes of action... Scored 11 points at #8 Texas       tournament team at the eight-team Kroger Holiday Classic (Pickerington,
A&M... Tallied 8 points vs. Long Beach State... 7 points, 6 assists, and 3         Ohio... Played on Peach State Elite AAU team for coach Brandon Cary.
steals in win over UT-Pan American and 7 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals, and
3 assists in win over Sam Houston State... Tallied 10 points, 4 assists, and 2     PERSONAL
steals at Lamar... Scored 11 points with career-high 7 rebounds and 3 assists      Full name: Jessica Rae Goswitz... Born: May 24, 1991 in Knoxville, Tenn...
vs. Northwestern State... 8 points, 4 rebounds vs. George Washington... 6          Parents: Frank and Jennifer Goswitz (one brother)... Father played two
points and 6 assists in 34 minutes at UTEP and 8 points and 4 rebounds             seasons of baseball at the University of New Orleans and two seasons at
at Tulane... Dished out four assists with 3 steals vs. Marshall and scored         David Lipscomb University... College: Duncan.
15 points vs. East Carolina with 3 assists and 2 steals... Scored team-high
15 points and 5 rebounds vs. SMU... Scored 9 points, with career-high 7
rebounds vs. Tulsa... Scored career-high 19 points (7-12 FGs; 4-8 3FGs) in
win over UAB with 4 rebounds and 3 steals... Scored 11 points, including
game-tying three-pointer with 5 seconds left to force overtime vs. Tulane...
Scored 6 points with 7 assists and 4 rebounds vs. UTEP... Scored 8 points
at Houston... Tallied 11 points and played all 40 minutes vs. UTEP in C-USA
tourney game.


HIGH SCHOOL
2009 graduate of the Webb School in Knoxville, Tenn... Played for coach
Shelley Collier and actually started as an eighth grader... Spartans posted
a record of 129-27 during her career... School record-holder for assists with
636... Career statistics of 1,155 points, 512 rebounds, and 337 steals... 2009




                                    TOTAL              3P                               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
     09-10   27-27   773   28.6     74-209   .354    40-115 .348       31-48     .646     23-60-83   3.1       80    6     68 50       2      43   219     8.1




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                       LACEY
                        NEU
                        41 F 6-1 F Forward F RFr.-HS
                       Granbury, Texas F Granbury HS

FRESHMAN SEASON (2009-10)
Appeared in 7 games... Made collegiate by playing 28 minutes at UTA and
scoring 10 points... Scored 14 points and snared 8 rebounds at Stephen
F. Austin State... Missed remainder of season due to knee injury and was
granted medical redshirt.


HIGH SCHOOL
2009 graduate of Granbury High School... Played for hall of fame (Texas
Sports Hall of Fame and Texas H.S. Basketball Hall of Fame) coach Leta
Andrews... Top 30 McDonald’s All-American in 2009... First team all-district
and district MVP 2009... First team all-state and all-region (2009)... 2009 TABC
All-Star... Team MVP as a senior... First-team all-region as a junior (2008)...
Team newcomer of the year as a freshman (2006)... Led GHS to three area
team titles and four play-off appearances... Lady Pirates won the Granbury
Tournament, Cowtown Classic, and Northwest Tournament titles... Played
on Team Texas Express AAU for coach Ken Yates.


PERSONAL
Full name: Lacey Renae Neu... Born: Jan. 31, 1991 in Dallas... Parents: Dan
and Kathy VanderZee (two sisters)... Father played basketball at Texas
State... College: Duncan.




                                     TOTAL              3P                                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
    09-10    7-0      96    13.7      10-37    .270    2-11  .182        11-12     .917     6-11-17    2.4   16    0    3  10    0     1     33    4.7




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                                                                        ZOE
                                                                      ROGERS
                                                                           43 F 6-1 F Forward F Fr.-HS
                                                                           Houston, Texas F Bellaire HS


FRESHMAN SEASON (2009-10)                                                           PERSONAL
Conference USA Freshman of the Week - March 1                                       Full name: Zoe Alexandra Rogers... Born: Nov. 29, 1990 in Houston... Parents:
Appeared in 19 games... Played in 1 minute at UTA and snared 1 rebound              John Rogers and Suzanne Labarthe (one sister)... College: Martel.
in win over UT-Pan American in 6 minutes of action... Played 17 minutes
and scored 7 points with 3 rebounds, 1 block, and 1 steal vs. Hofstra...
Played 5 minutes and grabbed 2 rebounds vs. UTSA... Scored 2 points in 3
minutes at Tulane... Poured in career-high and team-high 19 points (all in
the second-half) by making all nine of her field goals, including one trey,
vs. Tulane... Made first three shots and went 6-10 from the field to score 12
points with 7 rebounds vs. UTEP.


HIGH SCHOOL
2009 graduate of Bellaire High School... Played for coach Michael Kramer...
As a senior, averaged 18.2 points per game, 8.3 rebounds, 3.5 assists, and
1.8 steals in being named District 20-5A MVP... TABC All-Star and TABC
Academic All-State... McDonald’s All-American nominee... HISD and
McDonald’s All-Tournament teams... Houston Chronicle All-Region Second-
Team... Greater Houston-Area Girls Basketball Association All-Star... First
team All-District 20-5A as a junior and MVP of HISD Tournament... All-District
20-5A first team her sophomore year as well as TABC All-Region... End of the
Trail All-Tournament team... Second-team All-District 20-5A as a freshman...
Cardinals posted a four-year record of 121-19... Ranked No. 2 in the nation
in 2008 by USA Today... First place in District 20-5A her junior and senior
seasons and second place her first two years... Member of National Honor
Society... Played for Houston Blazers AAU for coach Herb Ledee, III.




                                    TOTAL             3P                                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
     09-10    19-0   123    6.5     21-40    .525     2-4  .500        4-7       .571     2-17-19    1.0      16    0     5   5       2     3     48    2.5




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              OPAL
             TASKILA   42 F 6-2 F Center F So.-1L
                    Winnsboro, Texas F Winnsboro HS

FRESHMAN SEASON (2009-10)                                                           PERSONAL
Played in 22 games with two starts... Averaged 4.2 ppg and 2.5 rpg... In            Full name: Opal Josephine Taskila... Born: Oct. 29, 1991 in Ironwood, Mich...
collegiate debut, played 10 minutes with a blocked shot at UTA... Grabbed           Parents: Loyal and Becky Taskila... College: Wiess.
3 rebounds and scored 4 points at No. 8 Texas A&M... 2 rebounds in win
over UT-Pan American... Scored 2 points with 1 rebound at Lamar... Tallied
2 points with an offensive rebound in 7 minutes in 77-74 win over East
Carolina... Scored 2 points in 5 minutes in 61-58 win over SMU... Scored 6
points with 3 rebounds vs. Tulsa... 6 points and 3 rebounds vs. Houston...
Tallied 6 points in 11 minutes at SMU... Poured in 8 points with 3 rebounds
in 13 minutes at Tulsa... Registered first collegiate double-double with
14 points and game-high 12 rebounds, both career-highs at UCF...Tallied
8 points with team-high 9 rebounds at Southern Miss... In first collegiate
start, scored 10 points with 3 rebounds vs. UTEP... Scored career-high 16
points with 8 rebounds at Houston.


HIGH SCHOOL
2009 graduate of Winnsboro HS... Played for coach Buddy Hawkins and
was a three-year starter and four-year letterwinner for the Red Raiders...
McDonald’s All-American nominee as a senior... 2009 and 2008 TABC all-
region and all-state... 2009 district MVP and All-East Texas First Team... 2009
and 2008 Texas Girl’s Coaches Association All-State... 2009, 2008, and 2007
district offensive MVP... 2006 district and All-East Texas Newcomer of the
Year... Winnsboro captured four district championships during her career...
2007 team was state runner-up... 2008 squad made it to the state semi-finals
and 2009 team advanced to the regional final... Served as class president
for three years and ranked fifth in her class academically... Played on Texas
Fire AAU for coach Marty Murphy.




                                    TOTAL              3P                                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
    09-10    22-2   203     9.2     41-83     .494     0-1  .000        10-11     .909     19-36-55   2.5      29    0    3  14       1      1     92    4.2




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                                                             BRITTANY
                                                              CARTER      12 F 5-6 F Guard F Fr.-HS
                                                                      Winnsboro, Texas F Winnsboroa HS


HIGH SCHOOL
A 2010 graduate of Winnsboro High School... Three-year starter for coach
Buddy Hawkins... 2010 TABC 2A All-State selection and District 13-2A MVP...
2010 TABC 2A Academic All-State... As a junior (2009) averaged 13 points a
game as well as 5.8 assists a game, while shooting 49 percent from the field...
Also averaged 4.1 rebounds a game and 7.3 steals in being named MVP
of District 13-2A... Named to the TGCA All-Regional and TGCA All-State...
TABC 2A All-Region... Team posted a 36-2 record her junior season... As a
sophomore in 2008, Carter helped lead the Red Raiders to the state semi-
finals and she was named as District 13-2A’s Defensive Player of the Year...
Winnsboro was state runner-up in 2007 during Carter’s freshman season...
Played on Texas Fire AAU for coach Marty Murphy.


PERSONAL
Full name: Brittany Dominique Carter... Born: Aug. 6, 1992... Parents: Larry
and Theresa Carter (one sister, one brother)... College: Will Rice.




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             JESSICA
             KUSTER    30 F 6-2 F Forward F Fr.-HS
                     San Antonio, Texas F Reagan HS

HIGH SCHOOL
A 2010 graduate of Reagan High School... Four-year letterwinnner and three-
year starter for coach Terry Barton... Averaged 17.1 points, 13.2 rebounds,
3.2 assists and 3.4 blocks as a senior... 2010 McDonald’s All-American
nominee... San Antonio Express-News Super Team member 2009 and 2010...
Rattlers went 21-12 in 2010... 2010 TABC 5A All-Region, All-District 26-5A,
and TABC Academic All-State... Ranked 35th forward in the nation by ESPN
Hoopgurlz... All-Star Girls Report rated her as the number 58 power forward
in the country... Premier Basketball Report has her ranked as the 14th-best
player in the state of Texas... As a junior in 2009, averaged 15 points and
13 rebounds a game and 2.5 block per game... Named first team all-district
and Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) All-Region... Played
on San Antonio Heat AAU for coach Koby Cantu.


PERSONAL
Full name: Jessica Lynne Kuster... Born: Aug. 20, 1992 Columbus, Ohio...
Parents: Ralph and Therese Kuster (two sisters)... College: Lovett.




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                                                              SHYRELLE
                                                               HORNE        22 F 5-5 F Guard F Sr.-4L
                                                                          Gretna, Fla. F East Gadsen HS


SENIOR SEASON (2009-10)                                                            Northridge... Passed out four assists over 30 minutes filling in for Kadie
2010 Arthur Ashe Sports Scholar Award - Third Team                                 Riverin in her only start against Arkansas-Little Rock... Tallied a trio of assists
Team Leadership Award                                                              at Colorado and Furman... Notched a career-high five assists against zero
Played in all 30 games and made two starts... Scored 6 points at Stephen           turnovers in 15 minutes at Houston.
F. Austin State... Dished out game-high 8 assists vs. Long Beach State...
5 points and 4 assists in win over UT-Pan American and 5 assists and 4             FRESHMAN SEASON (2006-07)
rebounds in win over Sam Houston State... Scored 3 points with 2 assists           Made 23 appearances off the bench and made the most of limited action
at Lamar... Had 5 assists with 3 points and 3 rebounds vs. Hofstra... Dished       at the point guard position... Averaged six minutes of action and scored in
out 2 assists at George Washington... Posted 4 assists with a steal and            four games... Added an assist in 10 appearances... Grabbed three rebounds
a rebound in 16 minutes vs. UAB... Scored 6 points with 7 rebounds vs.             in season-opener at Monmouth... Scored her first career points at Rider...
Tulane... Dished out game-high 8 assists vs. UTEP in final home game... Led        Dished out a pair of assists and added two steals against Sam Houston
C-USA in assist-turnover ratio (2.1).                                              State... Hit on both of her free throw attempts and pulled down a season-best
                                                                                   four rebounds against UTEP... Connected on her first three-point attempt
JUNIOR SEASON (2008-09)                                                            against UAB... Played season-high of 15 minutes against UTEP and in regular
Played in 24 games and made 2 starts... Scored season-high 6 points at             season finale against Memphis.
UCF and vs. SMU... Also tallied 5 points vs. Memphis... Dished out season-
high 6 assists and played season-high 40 minutes vs. Southern Miss...              HIGH SCHOOL
Snared season-high 5 rebounds three times (Southern Miss, at Tulsa, and            2006 graduate of East Gadsden High School in Havana, Fla... Four-year
vs. Houston)... Also had 4 assists at Tulane.                                      starter for coach Roderick Glenn and the Jaguars... Led team to Florida
                                                                                   state runner-up spot in 2004, and team made the Final Four in 2005 and the
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2007-08)                                                         Regional Final in 2006... All-State First-team pick in class 4A as a senior,
Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll                                           earning All-Big Bend Co-Player of the Year award... Led Big Bend area in
Served as back-up point guard in 19 games and made one start averaging             assists as a junior... Ranked third in her senior class ... played AAU club ball
10.8 minutes per game... Missed the final 13 games with a shoulder injury...       for the Essence Girls’ Basketball program... Graduated from high school with
Shot 50.0 percent (11-of-22) from the floor, including a 46.2 percent clip (6-     an associate of arts degree from Tallahassee Community College... Member
for-13) from three-point territory... Saw double-digit minutes in nine times       of National Honor Society and Student Government Association.
and passed out at least three assists in six of those nine games... Compiled
a 1.47 assist-turnover ratio during those games... Notched career-highs            PERSONAL
with six points and four rebounds to go along with four assists at Cal State       Daughter of Darrell and Alice Horne... born May 16, 1988 in Gretna, Fla. ...
                                                                                   has one sister, Chelsea... member of Lovett College.


                                    TOTAL              3P                               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
     06-07 23-0     130     5.7      3-15    .200      1-8     .125     3-4      .750     6-18-24    1.0        18     0     14 18       1       3     10     0.4
     07-08 19-1     206    10.8     11-22    .500     6-13     .462     0-1      .000     4-19-23    1.2        15     0     28 26       2      10     28     1.5
     08-09 24-2     264    11.0     12-45    .267     4-16     .250    4-12      .333     6-36-42    1.8         8     0     34 37       2       9     32     1.3
     09-10 30-2     286     9.5      16-55   .291      2-9     .222    6-13      .462     5-45-50    1.7        21     0     58 27       4       9     40     1.3
     TOTAL 96-5     886     9.2     42-147   .286     13-46    .283    13-30     .433    21-118-139  1.4        62     0    134 108      9      31    110     1.1

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                     TARA
                     WATTS
                  3 F 5-9 F Guard F Sr.-4L
       Surrey, B.C., Canada F Brookswood Secondary

SENIOR SEASON (2009-10)                                                            scoring efforts against C-USA opponents... Sunk 5-of-6 from the floor for 14
Rice record-holder with 150 career three-pointers made                             points against Houston... Pulled down 10 rebounds at Memphis... 19 points
2010 Conference USA All-Academic Team • Team Leadership Award                      against SMU... Dished out a career-best 8 assists against Tulsa... Scored
Started the last 92 games of her career... Started all 30 games in 2010...         a career-best 20 points on 8-of-13 shooting which included four three-
Led Rice with a season-high 52 three-pointers made... Scored 11 points             pointers during nationally televised game at Tulane... Totaled 17 points and
at Stephen F. Austin State... Tallied 13 points vs. UMass... Scored 13             6 rebounds against Marshall.
points with 5 rebounds at Lamar... 7 points, 6 rebounds vs. Northwestern
State... 16 points with 4 rebounds, 2 assits, and 4 three-pointers made at         FRESHMAN SEASON (2006-07)
George Washington... 10 points and 7 rebounds vs. UTSA in 32 minutes...            2006-07 Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll
Played season-high 37 minutes and scored 5 points with 2 rebounds and              One of six Owls to play in all 33 games... Logged 20 or more minutes 13 times...
2 assists... Scored 12 points with 2 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals vs.          Scored 24 times and in double-figures twice... Both of her double-figure
Marshall... 11 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists vs. SMU in 38 minutes... Scored       outings were in conference play... Netted eight points on 5-of-6 from the
10 points with 4 assists vs. Houston and had 4 rebound and 4 assists with          foul line at Rider... Passed out a career-best 7 assists and added 8 points
3 points vs. UAB... Team-high 8 points at Tulsa... Scored 8 points with 3          against Idaho State... tallied 10 points on a perfect 3-of-3 from three-point
assists vs. Tulane... Hit five three-pointers and scored a game and season-        range at East Carolina... Added 8 points and 4 rebounds against SMU...
high 18 points vs. UTEP in final home game... Scored 14 points including 4         Scored 9 points on 4-of-5 shooting against Tulsa... Fired on a season-best
three-pointers to break school record for three-pointers made in a career          12 points on a 5-for-9 effort along with a pair of steals at UCF... Totaled 7
vs. UTEP in C-USA tourney game... Played in 125 games in her career.               points against UAB... Scored 5 points in a season-high 36 minutes at Illinois
                                                                                   State in the WNIT.
JUNIOR SEASON (2008-09)
2009 Conference All-Academic Team                                                  HIGH SCHOOL
Started and played in all 30 games... Led Rice with 39 three-point field goals     2006 graduate of Brookswood Secondary School... Starter for coach Scott
made... Scored in double-digits 7 games... Tallied season-high 20 points           Reeves and the Bobcats... Averaged 16 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists
at Lafayette... Scored 15 vs. Houston (5-7 FG) and vs. Tulane... Scored 13         per game as a senior... Team won provincial championship 2004-06, and
points (5-7 FG) and 3 steals vs. Cal State Northridge, 10 at Hofstra, 14 vs.       compiled an 86-0 record from 2003-05... selected Provincial All-Stars First-
George Washington, and 12 against UTEP... Third on squad by averaging              Team and All-Fraser Valleys First-Team... 2006 British Columbia women’s
26.2 minutes per game... Made season-high 4 three-pointers at Lafayette            Player of the Year... key player on Canadian under-18 and under-20 national
and vs. Tulane... Has appeared in all 95 games over her three-year career.         teams... Starter for Canada at the FIBA Americas Championship qualifying
                                                                                   tournament, leading all three-point shooters at 38.9 percent... Played for her
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2007-08)                                                         country at the 2005 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival, shooting
2008 Conference All-Academic Team                                                  78.6 percent from the free throw line in five games... helped Canada to
2007-08 Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll                                   a silver medal at the FIBA Americas under-18 championships, scoring a
Only Owl to start all 32 games... Second on the squad and 13th in C-USA            team-high 12 points and dishing out four assists in the final game against
averaging 33.3 minutes per game... Averaged 8.1 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.5          Team USA... Also a top soccer player, helping her school to a third-place
assists and 1.72 steals per game... Her 1.72 steals were 12th in C-USA...          national finish in 2004 after winning the provincial championship... District
Buried 35.0 percent (36-of-103) of her three-pointers which is 9th in C-USA...     Volleyball MVP and won French Immersion Award.
Connected on 92.5 percent (37-of-40) of her free throws, including a stretch
of 26 straight (Nov. 11-Feb. 3)... Scored 13 points and grabbed 9 rebounds         PERSONAL
at CS Northridge... Recorded 17 points on 6-of-8 shooting and added a              Daughter of Steve and Karen Watts... born May 30, 1988 in New Westminster,
career-best 5 steals against TCU... Turned in seven of her 11 double figure        British Columbia (Canada) ... has one brother, Landon... member of Jones
                                                                                   College.

                                    TOTAL              3P                               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
   06-07    33-0    545    16.5     42-124   .339    23-64     .359    15-21     .714     24-44-68   2.1      47     1     42 49       5      18   122    3.7
   07-08   32-32    1065   33.3     93-239   .389    36-103    .350    37-40     .925     59-63-122  3.8       69    0     79 84        4     55   259    8.1
   08-09   30-30    786    26.2     70-218   .321    39-128    .305    22-28     .786      33-37-70  2.3       60    0     44 70        1     18   201    6.7
   09-10   30-30    856    28.5     78-219   .356    52-137    .380    21-31     .677     42-60-102  3.4       54    1     50 52        0     19   229    7.6
   TOTAL   125-92   3252   26.0    283-800   .354   150-432    .347   95-120     .792    158-204-362 2.9      230    2    215 255      10    110   811    6.5

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                                 2 0 0 9 - 1 0 S E A S O N R E S U LT S
                              Overall Record: 13-17 (Home: 11-3, Away: 2-11, Neutral: 0-3)
                                 Conference USA Record: 7-9 (Home: 6-2, Away: 1-7)
Date        Opponent                         Result      Attendance      Record, C-USA       Rice High Points        Rice High Rebounds
11-13-09    at UT Arlington              64-81      L        880              0-1            (14)STANLEY, Jackie     (7)STANLEY, Jackie
11/18/09    at Texas A&M                 50-86      L        3834             0-2            (10)GOSWITZ, Jessica    (5)MAYSE, Morgan
                                                                                                                     (5)SMART, D’Frantz
11-21-09    at Stephen F. Austin         82-92     L        2153              0-3            (14)NEU, Lacey          (8)NEU, Lacey
11/24/09    UALR                         54-73     L         522              0-4            (10)MAYSE, Morgan       (10)ELLIOTT, Megan
11/27/09    vs UMass                     57-71     L          -               0-5            (13)WATTS, Tara         (8)MAYSE, Morgan
11/28/09    vs Long Beach State          64-68     L          -               0-6            (24)STANLEY, Jackie     (11)STANLEY, Jackie
12/04/09    UTPA                           W     71-47       445              1-6            (18)HYPOLITE, Brianna   (11)MAYSE, Morgan
                                                                                                                     (18)STANLEY, Jackie
12-5-09     @SAM HOUSTON STATE  W                82-62       351              2-6            (36)STANLEY, Jackie     (14)STANLEY, Jackie
12/28/09    @NORTHWESTERN STATE W                57-48       480              3-6            (16)SMART, D’Frantz     (8)STANLEY, Jackie
                                                                                                                     (8)ASHFORD, Candace
12/30/09    HOFSTRA                       W      90-71       377              4-6            (24)SMART, D’Frantz     (6)MAYSE, Morgan
12/20/09    at Lamar                     66-82     L         468              4-7            (17)MAYSE, Morgan       (6)HYPOLITE, Brianna
                                                                                                                     (6)MAYSE, Morgan
1/2/10      at George Washington          W      65-57       353              5-7            (22)STANLEY, Jackie     (7)STANLEY, Jackie
                                                                                                                     (7)MAYSE, Morgan
1/4/2010    UTSA                          W      70-56      265               6-7            (18)SMART, D’Frantz     (11)SMART, D’Frantz
01/08/10    *at UTEP                     64-74     L        1321              6-8            (25)STANLEY, Jackie     (13)STANLEY, Jackie
01/10/10    *at Tulane                   60-82     L         814              6-9            (11)STANLEY, Jackie     (11)STANLEY, Jackie
                                                                                                                     (11)MAYSE, Morgan
1/15/10     *MARSHALL                     W      63-61       393              7-9            (16)MAYSE, Morgan       (11)STANLEY, Jackie
1/17/10     *EAST CAROLINA                W      77-74       353              8-9            (15)GOSWITZ, Jessica    (4)WATTS, Tara
                                                                                             (15)MAYSE, Morgan       (4)STANLEY, Jackie
                                                                                                                     (4)MAYSE, Morgan
1/23/10     *at Memphis                  58-59   L OT       1921              8-10           (19)SMART, D’Frantz     (10)ELLIOTT, Megan
1/28/10     *SMU                          W      61-58      389               9-10           (15)GOSWITZ, Jessica    (7)ASHFORD, Candace
                                                                                                                     (7)MAYSE, Morgan
1/30/10     *TULSA                        W      63-56       462             10-10           (19)STANLEY, Jackie     (8)STANLEY, Jackie
                                                                                                                     (8)MAYSE, Morgan
2/04/10     *HOUSTON                     53-72     L         413             10-11           (11)SMART, D’Frantz     (15)MAYSE, Morgan
                                                                                             (11)McKINNEY, A.
02/07/10    *UAB                          W      72-58      417              11-11           (27)STANLEY, Jackie     (11)STANLEY, Jackie
2/12/10     *at SMU                      54-73     L        758              11-12           (16)STANLEY, Jackie     (8)STANLEY, Jackie
02/14/10    *at Tulsa                    46-80     L        1168             11-13           (8)SMART, D’Frantz      (8)MAYSE, Morgan
                                                                                                                     (8)TASKILA, Opal
                                                                                                                     (8)WATTS, Tara
2/18/10     *at UCF                       W      65-59      421              12-13           (21)STANLEY, Jackie     (12)TASKILA, Opal
2/20/10     *at Southern Miss            60-68     L        1592             12-14           (22)SMART, D’Frantz     (9)TASKILA, Opal
2/25/10     *TULANE                      69-81   L OT       389              12-15           (19)ROGERS, Zoe         (8)McKINNEY, Amenemop
2/27/10     *UTEP                         W      74-54      404              13-16           (18)WATTS, Tara         (7)ROGERS, Zoe
                                                                                                                     (7)ELLIOTT, Megan
03/04/10    *at Houston                  58-81     L         459             13-15           (16)TASKILA, Opal       (9)HYPOLITE, Brianna
03/08/10    #vs UTEP                     61-62     L         1407            13-16           (14)SMART, D’Frantz     (9)STANLEY, Jackie
                                                                                                                     (14)WATTS, Tara
                                                                                                                     (14)STANLEY, Jackie
* - Conference game, @ - Gene Hackerman Invitational, # - Conference USA tournament (Tulsa, Okla.)



ATTENDANCE SUMMARY
               Games            Totals           Avg/Game
Home             14              5660               404
Away             13             16142              1242
Neutral           3              1407               469
Total            30             23209               774




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OVERALL STATISTICS • 13-17

                                             [-----TOTAL-----]   [-----3-PTS-----]                    [------REBOUNDS----]
No. 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
24 STANLEY, Jackie     28-28   699    25.0    140-352     .398      2-11     .182    102-124   .823   51    139   190   6.8   78    1    15    68    17   14   384   13.7
01 SMART, D’Frantz     30-28   857    28.6     75-210     .357     32-90     .356    100-148   .676   24    93    117   3.9   78    3    130   100   1    58   282    9.4
44 MAYSE, Morgan       30-30   747    24.9     99-259     .382     14-43     .326     37-53    .698   47    120   167   5.6   75    1    24    56    2    16   249    8.3
05 GOSWITZ, Jessica    27-27   773    28.6     74-209     .354    40-115     .348     31-48    .646   23    60    83    3.1   80    6    68    50    2    43   219    8.1
03 WATTS, Tara         30-30   856    28.5     78-219     .356    52-137     .380     21-31    .677   42    60    102   3.4   54    1    50    52    0    19   229    7.6
41 NEU, Lacey           7-0     96    13.7     10-37      .270      2-11     .182     11-12    .917   6     11    17    2.4   16    0     3    10    0    1    33     4.7
11 ELLIOTT, Megan       30-3   575    19.2     43-144     .299     10-40     .250     32-58    .552   51    94    145   4.8   46    0    25    48    4    19   128    4.3
42 TASKILA, Opal        22-2   203    9.2      41-83      .494      0-1      .000     10-11    .909   19    36    55    2.5   29    0     3    14    1    1    92     4.2
04 McKINNEY, A.         29-0   393    13.6     30-79      .380      1-11     .091     52-71    .732   24    33    57    2.0   36    1    24    31    3    20   113    3.9
14 HYPOLITE, Brianna    26-0   240    9.2      34-90      .378      8-31     .258     12-19    .632   10    29    39    1.5   19    0     4    21    4    7    88     3.4
43 ROGERS, Zoe          19-0   123    6.5      21-40      .525      2-4      .500      4-7     .571   2     17    19    1.0   16    0     5     5    2    3    48     2.5
22 HORNE, Shyrelle      30-2   286    9.5      16-55      .291      2-9      .222     6-13     .462   5     45    50    1.7   21    0    58    27    4    9    40     1.3
25 ASHFORD, Candace     26-0   202    7.8      11-41      .268      0-9      .000      3-6     .500   18    32    50    1.9   14    0     6    14    2    4    25     1.0
    Team                                                                                              75    67    142               8
Total                   30     6050    -     672-1818     .370    165-512    .322    421-601   .701   397   836 1233 41.1     562   13   415   504   42   214 1930   64.3
Opponents               30     6050    -     749-1865     .402    137-438    .313    411-626   .657   398   848 1246 41.5     545   -    386   472   97   259 2046   68.2




CONFERENCE USA STATISTICS • 7-9

                                             [-----TOTAL-----]   [-----3-PTS-----]                    [------REBOUNDS----]
No. 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
24 STANLEY, Jackie     14-14   342    24.4    61-171     .357       1-6      .167    51-64     .797   25    69    94    6.7   38    0    5     34    8    4    174   12.4
01 SMART, D’Frantz     16-16   508    31.8    44-132     .333      20-59     .339    61-88     .693   11    50    61    3.8   38    1    77    55    1    29   169   10.6
05 GOSWITZ, Jessica    13-13   366    28.2     34-97     .351      21-58     .362    18-27     .667   16    28    44    3.4   38    3    33    28    0    24   107    8.2
44 MAYSE, Morgan       16-16   390    24.4    43-135     .319      6-25      .240    21-29     .724   22    61    83    5.2   36    0    13    21    0    10   113    7.1
42 TASKILA, Opal       12-2    162    13.5     37-71      .521      0-1      .000    10-11     .909   17    30    47    3.9   22    0     3    11    0    1    84     7.0
03 WATTS, Tara         16-16   485    30.3    35-116      .302     26-74     .351    15-23     .652   21    29    50    3.1   25    0    28    25    0    9    111    6.9
11 ELLIOTT, Megan      16-3    349    21.8     28-83      .337     7-24      .292    15-30     .500   32    54    86    5.4   25    0    15    31    3    12   78     4.9
43 ROGERS, Zoe          9-0    71     7.9      19-30      .633      1-1     1.000     2-5      .400   2     10    12    1.3   9     0     4    3     1    1    41     4.6
04 McKINNEY, A.        15-0    249    16.6     20-50      .400      0-3      .000    25-38     .658   12    23    35    2.3   28    1    11    18    1    12   65     4.3
14 HYPOLITE, Brianna   13-0    108    8.3      13-42      .310     2-12      .167     3-6      .500   6     13    19    1.5   10    0    1     7     1    2    31     2.4
25 ASHFORD, Candace 15-0       109    7.3       5-19      .263      0-4      .000     3-4      .750   7     15    22    1.5    8    0    5     8     0    2    13     0.9
22 HORNE, Shyrelle     16-0    111    6.9       5-29      .172      0-5      .000     1-5      .200   2     14    16    1.0   11    0    19     8    2    2    11     0.7
    Team                                                                                              47    35    82           3
Total                   16     3250    -      344-975     .353    84-272 .309        225-330 .682     220 431 651 40.7        288   5    214 252     17 108 997      62.3
Opponents               16     3250    -      405-991     .409    69-221 .312        211-328 .643     216 470 686 42.9        291   -    206 249     61 135 1090 68.1




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                    T E A M G A M E - B Y- G A M E S T AT I S T I C S
 Opponent               FG-FGA   Pct    3FG-FGA Pct     FT-FTA   Pct    OR    DR   TR   Avg.      PF    AST   TO BLK STL PTS Avg.

 at UT Arlington         24-68   .353    5-20   .250     11-12   .917   12    27   39      39.0   28    11    20    1    7    64    64.0

 at Texas A&M            16-44   .364    4-15   .267     14-21   .667   9     23   32      35.5   26     9    29    1    7    50    57.0

 at Stephen F. Austin    31-66   .470    5-16   .313     15-30   .500   18    36   54      41.7   21    14    23    2    3    82    65.3

 UALR                    17-54   .315    5-18   .278     15-21   .714   15    20   35      40.0   21     7    16    2    6    54    62.5

 vs UMass                21-63   .333    6-22   .273     9-10    .900   16    18   34      38.8   18    11    12    3    7    57    61.4

 vs Long Beach State     24-64   .375    6-20   .300     10-14   .714   18    33   51      40.8   23    19    22    3    6    64    61.8

 UTPA                    26-65   .400    4-14   .286     15-18   .833   13    37   50      42.1   20    18    20    3    11   71    63.1

 SAM HOUSTON STATE 31-70         .443    3-12   .250     17-28   .607   18    36   54      43.6   14    19    13    3    13   82    65.5

 NORTHWESTERN ST.        22-70   .314    5-17   .294     8-12    .667   16    29   45      43.8   15    14    13    1    13   57    64.6

 HOFSTRA                 28-50   .560    8-12   .667     26-34   .765   7     26   33      42.7   19    19    14    3    8    90    67.1

 at Lamar                25-66   .379    7-25   .280     9-12    .750   11    24   35      42.0   23    17    20    1    8    66    67.0

 at George Washington 19-49      .388    9-20   .450     18-22   .818   5     28   33      41.2   10    15    13    0    5    65    66.8

 UTSA                    23-56   .411    8-17   .471     16-19   .842   10    42   52      42.1   21    16    25    2    5    70    67.1

 at UTEP                 22-59   .373    4-16   .250     16-21   .762   14    29   43      42.1   21    12    18    1    5    64    66.9

 at Tulane               17-55   .309    6-19   .316     20-24   .833   12    25   37      41.8   16    11    20    2    9    60    66.4

 MARSHALL                21-55   .382    5-17   .294     16-21   .762   11    23   34      41.3   11    16    12    2    10   63    66.2

 EAST CAROLINA           26-66   .394    7-18   .389     18-23   .783   16    14   30      40.6   20    13    9     1    11   77    66.8

 at Memphis              15-63   .238    4-15   .267     24-36   .667   20    27   47      41.0   25     8    18    0    8    58    66.3

 SMU                     22-63   .349    7-23   .304     10-13   .769   16    33   49      41.4   14    16    21    1    6    61    66.1

 TULSA                   15-56   .268    3-13   .231     30-36   .833   18    32   50      41.8   12    10    15    2    7    63    65.9

 HOUSTON                 18-67   .269    6-27   .222     11-18   .611   16    26   42      41.9   26    14    9     2    3    53    65.3

 UAB                     27-62   .435    6-19   .316     12-17   .706   11    29   40      41.8   14    20    11    0    7    72    65.6

 at SMU                  21-66   .318    5-15   .333     7-12    .583   15    25   40      41.7   23    13    17    0    7    54    65.1

 at Tulsa                17-48   .354     3-7   .429     9-22    .409   11    23   34      41.4   16     9    22    1    5    46    64.3

 at UCF                  24-56   .429    3-12   .250     14-21   .667   12    32   44      41.5   17    16    14    2    2    65    64.3

 at Southern Miss        21-54   .389    6-17   .353     12-19   .632   7     23   30      41.0   12     6    16    1    10   60    64.2

 TULANE                  28-72   .389    6-22   .273      7-17   .412   12    35   47      41.3   23    17    21    2    7    69    64.3

 UTEP                    30-63   .476    8-15   .533      6-13   .462   12    24   36      41.1   16    25    10    0    6    74    64.7

 at Houston              20-70   .286    5-17   .294     13-17   .765   17    31   48      41.3   22     8    19    0    5    58    64.4

 vs UTEP                 21-58   .362    6-12   .500     13-18   .722   9     26   35      41.1   15    12    12    0    7    61    64.3

 Rice Owls              672-1818 .370   165-512 .322    421-601 .701    397   836 1233 41.1       562   415   504   42   214 1930   64.3

 Opponents              749-1865 .402   137-438 .313    411-626 .657    398   848 1246 41.5       545   386   472   97   259 2046   68.2




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                             POINTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS
                         1         3        4        5          11       14       22         24     25      41        42        43       44

Opponent               Smart Watts McKinney Goswitz            Elliott Hypolite Horne Stanley Ashford      Neu      Taskila   Rogers Mayse

at UT-Arlington        13-1- 4   0-1-0    2-1-0    12-5-1      2-1-0    0-3-0    0-2-5   1 4-7-1   0-1-0   10-2-0    0-0-0    0-0-0 1   1-5-0

at Texas A&M           4-5-3     3-1-0    0-0-0    10-2-1      2-3-0    5-0-1    4-2-3    6-3-0    2-2-0   5-2-1     4-3-0     DNP      5-5-0

at Stephen F. Austin   0-6-3     11-5-1   12-3-3   4-2-3       7-6-1    5-0-0    6-4-3   13-3-0    4-7-0   14-8-0    DNP       DNP      6-4-0

UALR                   5-7-2     9-6-0    5-0-1    6-1-1       8-10-0   2-1-0    0-0-0    9-2-1    0-0-0   0-1-0     0-0-0     DNP      10-4-2

vs UMass               0-1-3     13-1-0   2-3-1    6-3-1       7-3-1    3-1-0    2-3-1    8-5-2    2-3-0   2-0-0     0-0-0    0-0-1     12-8-1

vs Long Beach State     3-1-1    8-4-4    0-0-0    8-3-0       0-3-0    0-0-1    4-9-8   24-11-1   0-0-0   0-3-1     0-0-0    0-0-0     17-5-3

UTPA                    0-2-1    2-1-2    10-5-2   7-2-6       0-4-2    18-6-0   5-2-4   18-8-0    0-1-0   2-1-1     0-2-0    0-1-0     9-11-0

SAM HOUSTON STATE 3-5-6          5-3-3    9-6-2    7-6-3       1-3-0    6-1-0    2-4-5   36-14-0   DNP     DNP       0-1-0    0-0-0     13-8-0

NORTHWESTERN ST.       16-5-4    7-6-5    4-2-1    11-7-3      0-2-0    0-0-0    0-0-0    6-8-1    2-8-0   DNP       DNP       DNP      11-6-0

HOFSTRA                24-1-7    7-2-2    4-1-0    6-2-3       8-4-1    1-1-0    3-3-5   20-5-0    0-1-1   DNP       0-0-0    7-3-0     10-6-0

at Lamar                5-4-3    13-5-0   0-0-2    10-0-4      0-2-0    9-6-1    3-1-2    7-5-1    0-2-0   DNP       2-1-0    0-0-0     17-6-4

at George Washington 8-3-5       16-4-2   0-1-1    8-4-2       0-4-1    DNP      0-1-2   22-7-1    DNP     DNP       DNP      0-1-0     11-7-1

UTSA                   18-11-7 10-7-1     0-0-0    6-0-3       15-8-2   4-1-0    0-2-1   13-9-2    2-3-0   DNP       DNP      0-2-0     2-5-0

at UTEP                14-2-3    5-2-2    2-0-0    6-2-6       2-10-1   0-0-0    0-1-0   25-13-0   1-2-0   DNP       DNP       DNP      9-7-0

at Tulane               6-2-3    6-4-1    7-4-3    8-4-2       4-5-0    4-1-0    1-0-0   11-11-1   0-0-0   DNP       DNP      2-0-1     11-2-0

MARSHALL               12-4-3 12-2-3      0-1-0    1-3-4       9-5-1    DNP      0-0-0   11-11-1   2-0-1   DNP       DNP       DNP      16-2-3

EAST CAROLINA          14-3-5    5-4-3    7-2-0    15-2-3      6-4-0    0-0-0    0-0-0   11-4-1    2-1-0   DNP       2-1-0    0-0-0     15-4-1

at Memphis             19-2-5    6-7-1    4-1-0    4-3-1       2-10-0   0-2-0    0-0-0   14-7-0    0-1-0   DNP       DNP       DNP      9-3-1

SMU                    11-6-8 11-6-3      0-0-0    15-5-2      10-5-1   DNP      0-0-0    2-4-0    2-7-1   DNP       2-1-0    0-0-0     8-7-1

TULSA                   8-7-6    3-5-0    2-1-1    9-7-2       7-4-1    DNP      0-0-0   19-8-0    2-4-0   DNP       6-3-0     DNP      7-8-0

HOUSTON                11-6-3 10-0-4      11-5-0   4-2-2       2-2-1    0-1-1    0-0-0    6-5-0    0-0-1   DNP       6-3-0     DNP      3-15-2

UAB                     5-1-6    3-4-4    DNP      19-4-2      3-4-0    2-1-0    2-1-4   27-11-1   0-0-0   DNP       2-2-1    0-0-0     9-6-2

at SMU                 15-1-7    6-5-0    0-5-0    1-2-0       4-7-3    0-1-0    0-0-1   16-8-0    0-1-0   DNP       6-2-0     DNP      6-7-2

at Tulsa                8-3-3    8-2-1    3-1-1    DNP         0-6-2    3-1-0    0-1-2    7-1-0    0-0-0   DNP       8-3-0    6-1-0     3-8-0

at UCF                 14-8-7    0-2-1    11-4-4   DNP         4-5-2    0-1-0    0-0-0   21-7-0    0-0-0   DNP      14-12-2    DNP      1-2-0

at Southern Miss       22-6-3    3-2-1    8-2-0    DNP         6-2-0    9-0-0    0-1-0    2-2-0    0-0-0   DNP       8-9-0     0-0-1    2-1-1

TULANE                  2-4-6    8-2-3    6-8-2    11-4-1      9-6-1    0-1-0    6-7-2    2-2-1    DNP     DNP       4-0-0    19-3-1    2-4-0

UTEP                    5-1-7    18-1-1   2-1-0    6-4-7       8-7-1    3-1-0    0-1-8    DNP      0-1-0   DNP      10-3-0    12-7-1    10-4-0

at Houston              3-5-2    7-2-0    2-0-0    8-2-1       2-4-1    10-9-0   2-4-2    DNP      4-5-2   DNP      16-8-0     2-1-0    2-3-0

vs UTEP                14-4-4 14-6-2      0-0-0    11-2-4      0-6-2    4-0-0    0-1-0   14-9-0    DNP     DNP       2-1-0     0-0-0    2-4-0




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                                        TEAM GAME HIGHS
Rice - TEAM GAME HIGHS                                                   Opponent - GAME HIGHS
POINTS               90          HOFSTRA (12/30/09)                      POINTS               92           at Stephen F. Austin (11-21-09)
                     82          SAM HOUSTON STATE (12-5-09)                                  86           at Texas A&M (11/18/09)
                     82          at Stephen F. Austin (11-21-09)                              82           at Tulane Green Wave (01/10/10)
                     77          EAST CAROLINA (1/17/10)                                      82           at Lamar (12/20/09)
                     74          UTEP (2/27/10)                                               81           at Houston (03/04/10)
                                                                                              81           TULANE GREEN WAVE (2/25/10)
FIELD GOALS MADE     31          SAM HOUSTON STATE (12-5-09)                                  81           at UT Arlington (11-13-09)
                     31          at Stephen F. Austin (11-21-09)         FIELD GOALS MADE     33           at Tulane Green Wave (01/10/10)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 72           TULANE GREEN WAVE (2/25/10)                                  32           at Texas A&M (11/18/09)
                     70          at Houston (03/04/10)                   FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 78            UTSA (1/4/2010)
                     70          NORTHWESTERN STATE (12/28/09)                                72           TULANE GREEN WAVE (2/25/10)
                     70          SAM HOUSTON STATE (12-5-09)                                  72           at Stephen F. Austin (11-21-09)
FIELD GOAL%          .560 (28-50) HOFSTRA (12/30/09)                     FIELD GOAL%          .520 (26-50) EAST CAROLINA (1/17/10)
                     .476 (30-63) UTEP (2/27/10)                                              .500 (33-66) at Tulane Green Wave (01/10/10)
3 PT FGs MADE        9           at George Washington (1/2/10)           3 PT FGs MADE        10           at Stephen F. Austin (11-21-09)
                     8           UTEP (2/27/10)                                               9            at Houston (03/04/10)
                     8           UTSA (1/4/2010)                         3 PT FG ATTEMPTS     26           at George Washington (1/2/10)
                     8           HOFSTRA (12/30/09)                                           25           at Stephen F. Austin (11-21-09)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS     27          HOUSTON (2/04/10)                       3 PT FG PERCENTAGE   .500 (4-8)   at UT Arlington (11-13-09)
                     25          at Lamar (12/20/09)                                          .500 (3-6)   at Texas A&M (11/18/09)
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE   .667 (8-12) HOFSTRA (12/30/09)                      FREE THROWS MADE     28           at Lamar (12/20/09)
                     .533 (8-15) UTEP (2/27/10)                                               23           at UT Arlington (11-13-09)
FREE THROWS MADE     30          TULSA (1/30/10)                         FREE THROW ATTs      37           HOUSTON (2/04/10)
                     26          HOFSTRA (12/30/09)                                           34           at Memphis (1/23/10)
FREE THROW ATTs      36          TULSA (1/30/10)                         FREE THROW%          .957 (22-23) vs UMass (11/27/09)
                     36          at Memphis (1/23/10)                                         .875 (28-32) at Lamar (12/20/09)
FREE THROW%          .917 (11-12) at UT Arlington (11-13-09)             REBOUNDS             58           HOUSTON (2/04/10)
                     .900 (9-10) vs UMass (11/27/09)                                          57           at Memphis (1/23/10)
REBOUNDS             54          SAM HOUSTON STATE (12-5-09)             ASSISTS              23           at Texas A&M (11/18/09)
                     54          at Stephen F. Austin (11-21-09)                              19           at Tulane Green Wave (01/10/10)
ASSISTS              25          UTEP (2/27/10)                          STEALS               15           at UT Arlington (11-13-09)
                     20          UAB (02/07/10)                                               13           at Memphis (1/23/10)
STEALS               13          NORTHWESTERN STATE (12/28/09)           BLOCKED SHOTS        10           TULSA (1/30/10)
                     13          SAM HOUSTON STATE (12-5-09)                                  8            vs UMass (11/27/09)
BLOCKED SHOTS        3           HOFSTRA (12/30/09)                      TURNOVERS            25           NORTHWESTERN STATE (12/28/09)
                     3           SAM HOUSTON STATE (12-5-09)                                  24           UTPA (12/04/09)
                     3           UTPA (12/04/09)                         FOULS                27           at Memphis (1/23/10)
                     3           vs Long Beach State (11/28/09)                               25           TULSA (1/30/10)
                     3           vs UMass (11/27/09)
TURNOVERS            29          at Texas A&M (11/18/09)
                     25          UTSA (1/4/2010)
FOULS                28          at UT Arlington (11-13-09)
                     26          HOUSTON (2/04/10)
                     26          at Texas A&M (11/18/09)




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                                         TEAM GAME LOWS
Rice - GAME LOWS                                                         Opponent - GAME LOWS
POINTS               46          at Tulsa (02/14/10)                     POINTS                 47           UTPA (12/04/09)
                     50          at Texas A&M (11/18/09)                                        48           NORTHWESTERN STATE (12/28/09)
                     53          HOUSTON (2/04/10)                                              54           UTEP (2/27/10)
FIELD GOALS MADE     15          at Memphis (1/23/10)                    FIELD GOALS MADE       16           UTPA (12/04/09)
                     15          TULSA (1/30/10)                                                17           NORTHWESTERN STATE (12/28/09)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 44           at Texas A&M (11/18/09)                 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 50              vs UMass (11/27/09)
                     48          at Tulsa (02/14/10)                                            50           NORTHWESTERN STATE (12/28/09)
FIELD GOAL%          .238 (15-63) at Memphis (1/23/10)                                          50           EAST CAROLINA (1/17/10)
                     .268 (15-56) TULSA (1/30/10)                                               50           UTEP (2/27/10)
3 PT FGs MADE        3           SAM HOUSTON STATE (12-5-09)             FIELD GOAL%            .282 (22-78) UTSA (1/4/2010)
                     3           TULSA (1/30/10)                                                .296 (16-54) UTPA (12/04/09)
                     3           at Tulsa (02/14/10)                     3 PT FGs MADE          1            at Memphis (1/23/10)
                     3           at UCF (2/18/10)                                               2            HOFSTRA (12/30/09)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS     7           at Tulsa (02/14/10)                                            2            UTSA (1/4/2010)
                     12          SAM HOUSTON STATE (12-5-09)                                    2            EAST CAROLINA (1/17/10)
                     12          HOFSTRA (12/30/09)                                             2            at SMU (2/12/10)
                     12          at UCF (2/18/10)                        3 PT FG ATTEMPTS       5            at SMU (2/12/10)
                     12          vs UTEP (03/08/10)                                             6            at Texas A&M (11/18/09)
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE   .222 (6-27) HOUSTON (2/04/10)                                              6            EAST CAROLINA (1/17/10)
                     .231 (3-13) TULSA (1/30/10)                         3 PT FG PERCENTAGE     .133 (2-15) UTSA (1/4/2010)
FREE THROWS MADE     6           UTEP (2/27/10)                                                 .143 (1-7)   at Memphis (1/23/10)
                     7           at SMU (2/12/10)                        FREE THROWS MADE       3            SAM HOUSTON STATE (12-5-09)
                     7           TULANE GREEN WAVE (2/25/10)                                    5            at George Washington (1/2/10)
FREE THROW ATTs      10          vs UMass (11/27/09)                                            5            MARSHALL (1/15/10)
                     12          at UT Arlington (11-13-09)              FREE THROW ATTs        7            MARSHALL (1/15/10)
                     12          NORTHWESTERN STATE (12/28/09)                                  8            TULSA (1/30/10)
                     12          at Lamar (12/20/09)                     FREE THROW %           .250 (3-12) SAM HOUSTON STATE (12-5-09)
                     12          at SMU (2/12/10)                                               .412 (7-17) UAB (02/07/10)
FREE THROW%          .409 (9-22) at Tulsa (02/14/10)                     REBOUNDS               34           HOFSTRA (12/30/09)
                     .412 (7-17) TULANE (2/25/10)                                               35           at Stephen F. Austin (11-21-09)
REBOUNDS             30          EAST CAROLINA (1/17/10)                                        35           UTPA (12/04/09)
                     30          at Southern Miss (2/20/10)                                     35           TULSA (1/30/10)
ASSISTS              6           at Southern Miss (2/20/10)              ASSISTS                6            UTEP (2/27/10)
                     7           UALR (11/24/09)                                                7            at UT Arlington (11-13-09)
STEALS               2           at UCF (2/18/10)                                               7            UTSA (1/4/2010)
                     3           at Stephen F. Austin (11-21-09)                                7            at Memphis (1/23/10)
BLOCKED SHOTS        0           seven times                                                    7            vs UTEP (03/08/10)
TURNOVERS            9           EAST CAROLINA (1/17/10)                 STEALS                 4            SAM HOUSTON STATE (12-5-09)
                     9           HOUSTON (2/04/10)                                              4            EAST CAROLINA (1/17/10)
FOULS                10          at George Washington (1/2/10)           BLOCKED SHOTS          0            UTA (12/06/08)
                     11          MARSHALL (1/15/10)                                             1            eight times
                                                                         TURNOVERS              8            at Stephen F. Austin (11-21-09)
                                                                                                10           at UTEP (01/08/10)
                                                                         FOULS                  7            vs UMass (11/27/09)
                                                                                                12           TULANE (2/25/10)




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                                     INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS
RICE INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS                                                          OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS
Points                    27 STANLEY, Jackie vs UAB (02/07/10)                      Points                    29 WILLIAMS, Larrissa at Tulsa (02/14/10)
                          25 STANLEY, Jackie at UTEP (01/08/10)                                               24 SCOTT, Brittney at Houston (03/04/10)
                          22 SMART, D’Frantz at Southern Miss (2/20/10)                                       24 GILLIAM, Brittany at SMU (2/12/10)
                          21 STANLEY, Jackie at UCF (2/18/10)                                                 24 GILLIAM, Brittany vs SMU (1/28/10)
Field Goals Made          11 STANLEY, Jackie at UTEP (01/08/10)                     Field Goals Made          11 WILLIAMS, Larrissa vs Tulsa (1/30/10)
                          9 ROGERS, Zoe vs Tulane Green Wave (2/25/10)                                        10 NUNN, Danielle vs Tulane (2/25/10)
                          9 STANLEY, Jackie vs UAB (02/07/10)                                                 10 LOVE, Pauline at Southern Miss (2/20/10)
Field Goal Att.           21 STANLEY, Jackie at UTEP (01/08/10)                                               10 WILLIAMS, Larrissa at Tulsa (02/14/10)
                          19 STANLEY, Jackie at SMU (2/12/10)                                                 10 GILLIAM, Brittany at SMU (2/12/10)
                          19 STANLEY, Jackie vs UAB (02/07/10)                      Field Goal Att.           23 WILLIAMS, Larrissa vs Tulsa (1/30/10)
FG Pct (min 5 made)       1.000 (9-9) ROGERS, Zoe vs Tulane Green Wave (2/25/10)                              22 GILLIAM, Brittany vs SMU (1/28/10)
                          .600 (6-10) ROGERS, Zoe vs UTEP (2/27/10)                 FG Pct (min 5 made)       1.000 (6-6) LEWIS, Denise at Tulsa (02/14/10)
                          .600 (6-10) WATTS, Tara vs UTEP (2/27/10) (11/14/08)                                1.000 (5-5) EGLITE, Baiba vs UTEP (2/27/10)
3-Point FG Made           5 WATTS, Tara vs UTEP (2/27/10)                           3-Point FG Made           4 GILLIAM, Brittany vs SMU (1/28/10)
                          4 SMART, D’Frantz at SMU (2/12/10)                                                  4 KALJO, Indira at Tulane (01/10/10)
                          4 GOSWITZ, Jessica vs UAB (02/07/10)                      3-Point FG Att.           8 SCOTT, Brittney at Houston (03/04/10)
3-Point FG Att.           9 WATTS, Tara vs Houston (2/04/10)                                                  8 KALJO, Indira at Tulane (01/10/10)
                          9 SMART, D’Frantz vs Houston (2/04/10)                                              8 CALDWELL, Dietra at UTEP (01/08/10)
3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) 1.000 (2-2) WATTS, Tara at Tulsa (02/14/10)                3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) 1.000 (2-2) SAMUELS, Jillian at SMU (2/12/10)
                          .667 (2-3) GOSWITZ, Jessica at Houston (03/04/10)                                   1.000 (2-2) TAYLOR, Courtney vs Houston (2/04/10)
                          .667 (2-3) GOSWITZ, Jessica vs UTEP (2/27/10)             Free Throws Made          9 WILLIAMS, Larrissa at Tulsa (02/14/10)
                          .667 (2-3) ELLIOTT, Megan at Southern Miss (2/20/10)                                8 SCOTT, Brittney at Houston (03/04/10)
                          .667 (2-3) GOSWITZ, Jessica vs East Carolina (1/17/10)                              8 GRAYSON, Olivia vs Tulane (2/25/10)
                          .667 (2-3) ELLIOTT, Megan vs East Carolina (1/17/10)                                8 CARTER, Brittany at Memphis (1/23/10)
                          .667 (2-3) SMART, D’Frantz vs Marshall (1/15/10)                                    8 CLARKE, Ashley vs East Carolina (1/17/10)
Free Throws Made          13 STANLEY, Jackie vs Tulsa (1/30/10)                     Free Throw Att.           12 CARTER, Brittany at Memphis (1/23/10)
                          10 SMART, D’Frantz at Memphis (1/23/10)                                             10 GRAYSON, Olivia vs Tulane (2/25/10)
Free Throw Att.           17 SMART, D’Frantz at Memphis (1/23/10)                                             10 WILLIAMS, Larrissa at Tulsa (02/14/10)
                          14 STANLEY, Jackie vs Tulsa (1/30/10)                                               10 TAYLOR, Courtney vs Houston (2/04/10)
FT Pct (min 3 made)       1.000 (7-7) SMART, D’Frantz at UTEP (01/08/10)                                      10 CLARKE, Ashley vs East Carolina (1/17/10)
                          1.000 (4-4) TASKILA, Opal at Houston (03/04/10)           FT Pct (min 3 made)       1.000 (5-5) CALDWELL, Dietra at UTEP (01/08/10)
                          1.000 (4-4) GOSWITZ, Jessica vs Tulsa (1/30/10)                                     1.000 (4-4) BUTTON, Roxana at Houston (03/04/10)
                          1.000 (4-4) MAYSE, Morgan vs East Carolina (1/17/10)                                1.000 (4-4) EGLITE, Baiba vs UTEP (2/27/10)
                          1.000 (4-4) SMART, D’Frantz vs Marshall (1/15/10)                                   1.000 (4-4) GILLIAM, Brittany at SMU (2/12/10)
                          1.000 (4-4) WATTS, Tara at Tulane (01/10/10)              Rebounds                  15 LOVE, Pauline at Southern Miss (2/20/10)
                          1.000 (4-4) STANLEY, Jackie at Tulane (01/10/10)                                    15 MASON, Lesslee vs Houston (2/04/10)
Rebounds                  15 MAYSE, Morgan vs Houston (2/04/10)                     Assists                   8 BARNES, Roshaunda at Tulane Green Wave (01/10/10)
                          13 STANLEY, Jackie at UTEP (01/08/10)                                               6 LANDRY, Porsche at Houston (03/04/10)
Assists                   8 HORNE, Shyrelle vs UTEP (2/27/10)                                                 6 GRAYSON, Olivia vs Tulane (2/25/10)
                          8 SMART, D’Frantz vs SMU (1/28/10)                                                  6 MITCHELL, Alaya vs Marshall (1/15/10)
Steals                    7 SMART, D’Frantz vs East Carolina (1/17/10)              Steals                    5 LONLACK, Ramses at Memphis (1/23/10)
                          5 GOSWITZ, Jessica vs Tulsa (1/30/10)                                               4 AIDOO, Tiffany at Tulane (01/10/10)
Blocked Shots             2 STANLEY, Jackie at UCF (2/18/10)                        Blocked Shots             7 WILLIAMS, Larrissa vs Tulsa (1/30/10)
                          2 STANLEY, Jackie vs Tulsa (1/30/10)                                                4 WILLIAMS, Larrissa at Tulsa (02/14/10)
Turnovers                 7 SMART, D’Frantz vs SMU (1/28/10)                                                  4 SEVERIN, Alice vs SMU (1/28/10)
                          5 SMART, D’Frantz at Houston (03/04/10)                   Turnovers                 6 HARRIS, Jala vs UAB (02/07/10)
                          5 SMART, D’Frantz at Tulsa (02/14/10)                     Fouls                     5 LONLACK, Ramses at Memphis (1/23/10)
                          5 STANLEY, Jackie vs Tulsa (1/30/10)                                                5 MUMPHREY, Taylor at Memphis (1/23/10)
                          5 SMART, D’Frantz at Tulane Green Wave (01/10/10)                                   5 STEPHENS, Lee vs Furman (11/25/08)
                          5 STANLEY, Jackie at UTEP (01/08/10)



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                                       2009-10 CONFERENCE USA
2009-10 CONFERENCE USA STANDINGS
                                                      C-USA                                                   Overall
                                      W-L      PCT        H          A          Stk             W-L    PCT         H        A        N       Stk
SMU                                   12-4     .750      7-1        5-3         W3             20-12   .625     12-3      6-7       2-2      6-4
TULANE                                12-4     .750      6-2        6-2         W1              26-7   .788     12-3      9-2       5-2      8-2
HOUSTON                               10-6     .625      5-3        5-3         W3             17-15   .531       7-6     8-7       2-2      5-5
SMU                                   10-6     .625      7-1        3-5         W4             20-11   .645     13-3      5-7       2-1      5-5
MEMPHIS                               10-6     .625      6-2        4-4          L2            20-14   .588     13-5      6-7       1-2      5-5
EAST CAROLINA                          9-7     .562      6-2        3-5         W2             23-11   .676     12-2      7-7       4-2      5-5
UAB                                    8-8     .500      6-2        2-6         W3             17-15   .531     10-4      3-9       4-2      7-3
RICE                                   7-9     .438      6-2        1-7          L1            13-17   .433     11-3     2-11       0-3      3-7
UCF                                    7-9     .438      4-4        3-5         W2             11-16   .407       6-8     4-7       1-1      6-4
MARSHALL                              6-10     .375      4-4        2-6          L4            14-16   .467       8-6     5-8       1-2      2-8
UTEP                                  6-10     .375      5-3        1-7          L4            16-16   .500     12-4     1-10       3-2      3-7
TULSA                                 6-10     .375      4-4        2-6          L2            12-16   .429       8-6    3-10       1-0      6-4
SOUTHERN MISS                         5-11     .312      5-3        0-8          L3             9-21   .300       9-6    0-14       0-1      4-6

2009-10 C-USA CHAMPIONSHIP                                                                                    2009-10 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Tulsa, Okla. – Reynolds                                 ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM                                     N16   Pauline Love, Southern Miss
                                                        Nicole Dickson, F, Memphis
                                                                                                              N23   Courtney Taylor, Houston
FIRST ROUNDS – Monday, March 8                          Olivia Grayson, G, Tulane
                                                        Taleya Mayberry, G, Tulsa                             N30   Britt any Carter, Memphis
(8) UCF 59, (9) Marshall 57 (OT)
                                                        Jala Harris, G, UAB                                   D7    Jackie Stanley, Rice
(5) East Carolina 102, (12) Southern Miss 64
(6) UAB 52, (11) Tulsa 45                               Anete Steinberga, F, UTEP                             D14   Sviatlana Trukshanina, UTEP
(10) UTEP 62, (7) Rice 61                                                                                     D21   Emma Cannon, UCF
                                                        ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM                                    J4    Larrissa Williams, Tulsa
QUARTERFINALS – Tuesday, March 9                        Ashley Clarke, So., G, East Carolina                  J11   Tynikki Crook, Marshall
(1) Tulane 63, (8) UCF 62                               Courtney Taylor, Jr., F, Houston                      J18   D’Frantz Smart, Rice
(5) East Carolina 73, (4) Memphis 66                    Ramses Lonlack, So., G, Memphis
                                                                                                              J25   Britt any Gilliam, SMU
(6) UAB 64, (3) SMU 55                                  Chassity Brown, Sr., G, Tulane
                                                        Larrissa Williams, Sr., F, Tulsa                      F1    Kendra King, Marshall
(2) Houston 57, (10) UTEP 55
                                                                                                              F8    Courtney Taylor, Houston &
SEMIFINALS – Wednesday, March 10                        PLAYER OF THE YEAR                                          Dietra Caldwell, UTEP
(1) Tulane 73, (5) East Carolina 64 (CBS C)             Courtney Taylor, Houston                              F15   Larrissa Williams, Tulsa
(6) UAB 70, (2) Houston 65 (CBS C)                                                                            F22   Pauline Love, Southern Miss &
                                                        COACH OF THE YEAR                                           Roshaunda Barnes, Tulane
CHAMPIONSHIP – Friday, March 12                         Lisa Stockton, Tulane                                 M1    Courtney Taylor, Houston
(1) Tulane 62, (6) UAB 54 (CBS C)                                                                             M5    Britt any Gilliam, SMU
                                                        FRESHMAN PLAYER OF THE YEAR
ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM                                     Jala Harris, UAB
Jala Harris, Fr., G, UAB                                                                                      FRESHMEN OF THE WEEK
Chassity Brown, Sr., G, Tulane                          NEWCOMER PLAYER OF THE YEAR                           N16   Jala Harris, UAB
Tiff any Aidoo, Jr., F, Tulane                          Britt any Carter, Memphis                             N23   Nicole Dickson, Memphis
Tamika Dukes, Sr., F, UAB                                                                                     N30   Danielle Johnson, Southern Miss
MVP: Danielle Nunn, Jr., F, Tulane                      DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR                          D7    Jessica Goswitz, Rice
                                                        Larrissa Williams, Tulsa
                                                                                                              D14   Taleya Mayberry, Tulsa
2009-10 C-USA AWARDS                                    SIXTH PLAYER OF THE YEAR
                                                                                                              D21   Gevenia Carter, UCF
FIRST TEAM                                              Jala Harris, UAB                                      J4    Amber Jones, UAB
Courtney Taylor, Jr., F, Houston                                                                              J11   Jala Harris, UAB
Britt any Carter, So., G, Memphis                       ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM                                     J18   Jala Harris, UAB
Britt any Gilliam, Sr., G/F, SMU                        Kim Gay, Jr., East Carolina                           J25   Jala Harris, UAB
Pauline Love, Sr., F, Southern Miss                     Roxana Butt on, So., Houston                          F1    Jala Harris, UAB
Larrissa Williams, Sr., F, Tulsa                        **Tara Watts, Sr., Rice                               F8    Aneta Steinberga, UTEP
                                                        Alice Severin, Sr., SMU
SECOND TEAM                                                                                                   F15   Taleya Mayberry, Tulsa
                                                        Tiff ani Couisnard, So., Tulsa
Ashley Clarke, So., G, East Carolina                    *Amanda Peterson, Jr., UAB
                                                                                                              F22   Olivia Grayson, Tulane
Britt ney Scott , Jr., G, Houston                                                                             M1    Zoe Rogers, Rice
Chassity Brown, Sr., G, Tulane                          *Repeat Selection                                     M5    Amber Jones, UAB
Jala Harris, Fr., G, UAB
Jareica Hughes, Sr., G, UTEP

THIRD TEAM
Tynikki Crook, Jr., F, Marshall
D’Frantz Smart, Jr., G, Rice
Jackie Stanley, So., F, Rice
Danielle Nunn, Jr., G, Tulane
Emma Cannon, Jr., F, UCF

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                   C O N F E R E N C E U S A T E A M S TAT I S T I C S
SCORING OFFENSE                                       FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE                       ASSISTS
SCHOOL              G           PTS            AVG    SCHOOL              G    FG           FGA    PCT    SCHOOL              G            A           AVG
1. East Carolina    34          2430           71.5   1. Tulsa            28   574          1546   .371   1. Marshall         30          430          14.3
2. Houston          32          2244           70.1   2. UTEP             32   644          1709   .377   2. East Carolina    34          487          14.3
3. Tulane           33          2296           69.6   3. East Carolina    34   726          1901   .382   3. UTEP             32          458          14.3
4. SMU              31          2102           67.8   4. SMU              31   690          1804   .382   4. Tulane           33          467          14.2
5. Memphis          34          2293           67.4   5. Tulane           33   654          1676   .390   5. SMU              31          423          13.6
6. UCF              27          1743           64.6   6. Houston          32   744          1902   .391   6. Rice             30          403          13.4
7. Rice             30          1930           64.3   7. Memphis          34   773          1953   .396   7. Tulsa            28          352          12.6
8. Tulsa            28          1796           64.1   8. Rice             30   723          1808   .400   8. Southern Miss    30          365          12.2
9. Southern Miss    30          1906           63.5   9. Marshall         30   651          1627   .400   9. Memphis          34          393          11.6
10. UTEP            32          2029           63.4   10. UAB             32   607          1496   .406   10. Houston         32          359          11.2
11. UAB             32          1983           62.0   11. Southern Miss   30   695          1665   .417   11. UCF             27          284          10.5
12. Marshall        30          1803           60.1   12. UCF             27   605          1363   .444   12. UAB             32          287           9.0

SCORING DEFENSE                                       3-pOINT FIELd gOAL pERCENTAgE                       BLOCKS
SCHOOL              G           PTS            AVG    SCHOOL              G    FG           FGA    PCT    SCHOOL              G           BLK          AVG
1. TULANE           33          1991           60.3   1. East Carolina    34   164          443    .370   1. Tulsa            28          144           5.1
2. UTEP             32          1999           62.5   2. UTEP             32   187          539    .347   2. UTEP             32          124           3.9
3. MARSHALL         30          1876           62.5   3. UAB              32   162          472    .343   3. Marshall         30          102           3.4
4. SMU              31          1956           63.1   4. Houston          32   169          495    .341   4. SMU              31          102           3.3
5. TULSA            28          1775           63.4   5. Tulane           33   187          549    .341   5. Houston          32          104           3.3
6. UAB              32          2034           63.6   6. SMU              31   182          558    .326   6. Memphis          34          104           3.1
7. UCF              27          1735           64.3   7. Southern Miss    30   113          354    .319   7. Tulane           33           98           3.0
8. EAST CAROLINA    34          2212           65.1   8. Rice             30   159          500    .318   8. East Carolina    34           79           2.3
9. MEMPHIS          34          2238           65.8   9. Memphis          34   120          382    .314   9. UAB              32           63           2.0
10. HOUSTON         32          2146           67.1   10. UCF             27   106          340    .312   10. Southern Miss   30           58           1.9
11. RICE            30          2046           68.2   11. Tulsa           28   131          428    .306   11. Rice            30           42           1.4
12. SOUTHERN MISS   30          2099           70.0   12. Marshall        30    77          272    .283   12. UCF             27           33           1.2

SCORING MARGIN                                        FREE THROW PERCENTAGE                               STEALS
SCHOOL              G    OFF           DEF    MAR     SCHOOL              G    FTM          FTA    PCT    SCHOOL              G           STL          AVG
1. TULANE           33   69.6          60.3   +9.2    1. Rice             30    408         583    .700   1. Tulane           33          367          11.1
2. EAST CAROLINA    34   71.5          65.1   +6.4    2. East Carolina    34    461         660    .698   2. Memphis          34          376          11.1
3. SMU              31   67.8          63.1   +4.7    3. SMU              31    429         615    .698   3. UCF              27          246           9.1
4. HOUSTON          32   70.1          67.1   +3.1    4. Southern Miss    30    354         517    .685   4. Tulsa            28          247           8.8
5. MEMPHIS          34   67.4          65.8   +1.6    5. Tulane           33   443          650    .682   5. Houston          32          263           8.2
6. UTEP             32   63.4          62.5   +0.9    6. UCF              27   320          489    .654   6. East Carolina    34          266           7.8
7. TULSA            28   64.1          63.4   +0.8    7. UTEP             32   315          486    .648   7. SMU              31          240           7.7
8. UCF              27   64.6          64.3   +0.3    8. Houston          32   427          659    .648   8. UTEP             32          243           7.6
9. UAB              32   62.0          63.6    -1.6   9. UAB              32   311          495    .628   9. Southern Miss    30          225           7.5
10. MARSHALL        30   60.1          62.5    -2.4   10. Tulsa           28   316          514    .615   10. Marshall        30          212           7.1
11. RICE            30   64.3          68.2    -3.9   11. Marshall        30   307          533    .576   11. Rice            30          207           6.9
12. SOUTHERN MISS   30   63.5          70.0    -6.4   12. Memphis         34   377          718    .525   12. UAB             32          212           6.6

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE                                 REBOUNDING                                          TURNOVER MARGIN
SCHOOL              G    FG            FGA    PCT     SCHOOL              G          REB           AVG    SCHOOL        G TEAM     AVG     OPP AVG    MAR
1. EAST CAROLINA    34   783           1733   .452    1. TULSA            28         1155          41.2   1. Tulane     33  521    15.8    703 21.3   +5.5
2. UTEP             32   705           1649   .428    2. RICE             30         1198          39.9   2. Memphis    34  586    17.2    690 20.3   +3.1
3. TULANE           33   734           1749   .420    3. MEMPHIS          34         1332          39.2   3. Houston    32  449    14.0    515 16.1   +2.1
4. MEMPHIS          34   865           2089   .414    4. HOUSTON          32         1225          38.3   4. UAB        32  463    14.5    507 15.8   +1.4
5. SMU              31   718           1755   .409    5. MARSHALL         30         1135          37.8   5. SMU        31  492    15.9    532 17.2   +1.3
6. MARSHALL         30   681           1672   .407    6. SMU              31         1164          37.5   6. Tulsa      28  477    17.0    511 18.3   +1.2
7. SOUTHERN MISS    30   643           1590   .404    7. UCF              27          996          36.9   7. UCF        27  464    17.2    474 17.6   +0.4
8. HOUSTON          32   763           1889   .404    8. EAST CAROLINA    34         1234          36.3   8. UTEP       32  511    16.0    503 15.7    -0.2
9. UCF              27   598           1504   .398    9. SOUTHERN MISS    30         1068          35.6   9. Marshall   30  500    16.7    474 15.8    -0.9
10. UAB             32   635           1668   .381    10. UTEP            32         1063          33.2   10. Rice      30  492    16.4    460 15.3    -1.1
11. TULSA           28   652           1714   .380    11. UAB             32         1055          33.0   11. S Miss    30  582    19.4    503 16.8    -2.6
12. RICE            30   651           1760   .370    12. TULANE          33         1074          32.5   12. ECU       34  648    19.1    541 15.9    -3.1




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    C O N F E R E N C E U S A I N D I V I D U A L S TAT I S T I C S
POINTS PER GAME                                                      7. CALDWELL, Dietra-UTEP    30         56             152    .368   STEALS PER GAME
PLAYER (TEAM)               G        FG 3FG FT PTS AVG               8. SMITH, Kelly-ECU         33         56             153    .366   PLAYER (TEAM)                    G     STL            AVG
1. CARTER, Brittany-MEM     34       245    26 138 654 19.2          9. HUGHES, Jareica-UTEP     30         43             120    .358   1. LONLACK, Ramses-MEM           34        96          2.8
2. LOVE, Pauline-USM        28       200    27 86 513 18.3           10. SMART, D’Frantz-RICE    30         32              90    .356   2. BROWN, Chassity-TLN           31        85          2.7
3. SCOTT, Brittney-HOU      32       174    84 122 554 17.3          11. GOSWITZ, Jessica-RICE   27         40             115    .348   3. BARNES, Roshaunda-TLN         33        90          2.7
4. WILLIAMS, Larrissa-TLS 28         191     0     92 474 16.9                                                                           4. PATRICK, Aisha-UCF            27        64          2.4
5. HARRIS, Jala-UAB         32       183    45 96 507 15.8           3-pOINT Fgs MADE                                                    5. MAYBERRY, Taleya-TLS          28        64          2.3
6. TAYLOR, Courtney-HOU     30       177    15 84 453 15.1           PLAYER (TEAM)                         G           3FG        AVG    6. GILLIAM, Brittany-SMU         31        65          2.1
7. GILLIAM, Brittany-SMU    31       159    41 96 455 14.7           1. PETERSON, Amanda-UAB               31          83          2.7   7. CLARKE, Ashley-ECU            34        71          2.1
8. STANLEY, Jackie-RICE     28       140     2 102 384 13.7          2. SCOTT, Brittney-HOU                32          84          2.6   8. BULLARD, LaToya-MEM           31        63          2.0
9. CROOK, Tynikki-MAR       23       124     0     60 308 13.4       3. WINCHELL, Alex-MEM                 34          70          2.1   9. TAYLOR, Courtney-HOU          30        59          2.0
10. BROWN, Chassity-TLN     31       133    53 91 410 13.2           4. SAMUELS, Jillian-SMU               31          62          2.0   10. SMART, D’Frantz-RICE         30        58          1.9
11. DUKES, Tamika-UAB       30       154     1     78 387 12.9       5. CALDWELL, Dietra-UTEP              30          56          1.9
12. HUGHES, Jareica-UTEP 30          125    43 78 371 12.4           6. SPIVEY, Allison-ECU                34          63          1.9   ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO
13. MAYBERRY, Taleya-TLS 28          125    35 54 339 12.1           7. AIDOO, Tiffany-TLN                 33          58          1.8   PLAYER (TEAM)               G AST TO RATIO
14. WILEY, Chelsie-UCF      27       110    46 48 314 11.6           8. WATTS, Tara-RICE                   30          52          1.7   1. HORNE, Shyrelle-RICE     30 58     27        2.1
15. SAMUELS, Jillian-SMU 31          106    62 84 358 11.5           9. BROWN, Chassity-TLN                31          53          1.7   2. BULLARD, LaToya-MEM      31 134 74           1.8
                                                                     10. WILEY, Chelsie-UCF                27          46          1.7   3. DALE, Mystee-MAR         30 90     52        1.7
REBOUNDS PER GAME                                                                                                                        4. MEALING, Angelica-UCF    27 104 63           1.7
PLAYER (TEAM)                    G    OFF DEF           TOT AVG      FREE THROW PERCENTAGE                                               5. CALDWELL, Dietra-UTEP    30 86     55        1.6
1. LOVE, Pauline-USM            28    127        232    359 12.8     PLAYER (TEAM)               G          FTM             FTA   PCT    6. HUGHES, Jareica-UTEP     30 150 98           1.5
2. TAYLOR, Courtney-HOU         30     89        212    301 10.0     1. SAMUELS, Jillian-SMU     31             84          97    .866   7. BARNES, Roshaunda-TLN    33 139 95           1.5
3. CANNON, Emma-UCF             25    143        106    249 10.0     2. MAHNESMITH, Samantha-SMU 30             37          43    .860   8. GREEN, Briana-UTEP       32 87     60        1.5
4. WILLIAMS, Larrissa-TLS       28     97        156    253    9.0   3. SPIVEY, Allison-ECU      34             41          48    .854   9. WALTERS, Tania-MAR       28 57     41        1.4
5. MASON, Lesslee-HOU           31    107        171    278    9.0   4. TRUKSHANINA, S.-UTEP     32             10          12    .833   10. GILLIAM, Brittany-SMU   31 154 111          1.4
6. ELLIOTT, Christine-SMU       30     92        153    245    8.2   5. STANLEY, Jackie-RICE     28             102         124   .823   11. STEWART, Celeste-ECU    34 52     38        1.4
7. CROOK, Tynikki-MAR           23     85        92     177    7.7   6. PETERSON, Amanda-UAB     31             32          39    .821   12. GOSWITZ, Jessica-RICE   27 68     50        1.4
8. BENZIO, Brett-TLN            28     66        134    200    7.1   7. SCOTT, Brittney-HOU      32             122         150   .813
9. DUKES, Tamika-UAB            30     73        133    206    6.9   8. FILMORE, Alisha-SMU      31             40          50    .800   OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS
10. STANLEY, Jackie-RICE        28     51        139    190    6.8   9. GAY, Kim-ECU             34             62          78    .795   PLAYER (TEAM)                G        OR              AVG
11. ELLIS, Savannah-MEM         33    102        120    222    6.7   10. WILEY, Chelsie-UCF      27             48          61    .787   1. CANNON, Emma-UCF         25        143              5.7
12. DAY, Haley-SMU              31     74        129    203    6.5                                                                       2. LOVE, Pauline-USM        28        127              4.5
13. PATRICK, Aisha-UCF          27     74        98     172    6.4   ASSIST PER GAME                                                     3. CROOK, Tynikki-MAR       23         85              3.7
14. GILLIAM, Brittany-SMU       31     59        135    194    6.3   PLAYER (TEAM)                    G               A           AVG    4. WILLIAMS, Larrissa-TLS   28         97              3.5
15. BROOKS, Teka-TLS            28     65        104    169    6.0   1. CLARKE, Ashley-ECU            34              180          5.3   5. MASON, Lesslee-HOU       31        107              3.5
                                                                     2. HUGHES, Jareica-UTEP          30              150          5.0   6. ELLIS, Savannah-MEM      33        102              3.1
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE                                                3. GILLIAM, Brittany-SMU         31              154          5.0   7. ELLIOTT, Christine-SMU   30         92              3.1
PLAYER (TEAM)                    G         FG          FGA    PCT    4. SMART, D’Frantz-RICE          30              130          4.3   8. TAYLOR, Courtney-HOU     30         89              3.0
1. NUNN, Danielle-TLN           33         118         215    .549   5. BULLARD, LaToya-MEM           31              134          4.3   9. PATRICK, Aisha-UCF       27         74              2.7
2. SMITH, Chareya-ECU           34         105         192    .547   6. BARNES, Roshaunda-TLN         33              139          4.2   10. DANIELS, D’Nay-UCF      27         71              2.6
3. SEVERIN, Alice-SMU           27         69          127    .543   7. LANDRY, Porsche-HOU           30              125          4.2
4. BRANDENBURG, Heidi-SMU 24               22          42     .524   8. MEALING, Angelica-UCF         27              104          3.9   DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS
5. BENZIO, Brett-TLN So         28         83          160    .519   9. GATLING, Erin-USM             29              95           3.3   PLAYER (TEAM)                G        DR              AVG
6. NWOKEDI, Jennifer-TLN        28         17          33     .515   10. HARRIS, Jala-UAB             32              103          3.2   1. LOVE, Pauline-USM        28        232              8.3
7. GAY, Kim-ECU                 34         122         237    .515                                                                       2. TAYLOR, Courtney-HOU     30        212              7.1
8. ELLIOTT, Christine-SMU       30         128         252    .508   BLOCK SHOTS PER GAME                                                3. WILLIAMS, Larrissa-TLS   28        156              5.6
9. ELLIS, Savannah-MEM          33         95          189    .503   PLAYER (TEAM)                         G          BLK         AVG    4. MASON, Lesslee-HOU       31        171              5.5
10. BEST, Jean-ECU              34         77          154    .500   1. WILLIAMS, Larrissa-TLS             28          69          2.5   5. ELLIOTT, Christine-SMU   30        153              5.1
                                                                     2. CROOK, Tynikki-MAR                 23          40          1.7   6. STANLEY, Jackie-RICE     28        139              5.0
3-pOINT FIELd gOAL pERCENTAgE                                        3. SEVERIN, Alice-SMU                 27          36          1.3   7. BENZIO, Brett-TLN        28        134              4.8
SCHOOL                           G         FG          FGA    PCT    4. MASON, Lesslee-HOU                 31          40          1.3   8. DUKES, Tamika-UAB        30        133              4.4
1. AIDOO, Tiffany-TLN           33         58          134    .433   5. BROOKS, Teka-TLS                   28          36          1.3   9. GILLIAM, Brittany-SMU    31        135              4.4
2. SPIVEY, Allison-ECU          34         63          148    .426   6. BENZIO, Brett-TLN                  28          34          1.2   10. CANNON, Emma-UCF        25        106              4.2
3. TRUKSHANINA, S.-UTEP Jr 32              36          87     .414   7. MUMPHREY, Taylor-MEM               30          36          1.2   11. DAY, Haley-SMU          31        129              4.2
4. PETERSON, Amanda-UAB         31         83          209    .397   8. ELLIS, Savannah-MEM                33          37          1.1
5. WATTS, Tara-RICE             30         52          137    .380   9. TAYLOR, Courtney-HOU               30          33          1.1
6. BUTTON, Roxana-HOU           32         33          88     .375   10. BROWN, Meagan-UAB                 24          19          0.8

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                                                           SERIES RECORDS
OPPONENT                W-L      LAST MEETING               OPPONENT                   W-L     LAST MEETING             OPPONENT                   W-L      LAST MEETING
Air Force                2-0        W, 83-35 (02-11-99)     Loyola Marymount            1-1      W, 80-65 (12-19-05)    Tennessee-Martin            0-1       W, 66-57 (12-29-08)
Alcorn State             3-2        W, 72-51 (12-08-06)     Maine                       0-1       L, 70-51 (01-11-00)   Tennessee State             0-1        L, 68-51 (12-29-93)
Arizona                  0-3         L, 68-43 (11-14-04)    Marquette                   0-2       L, 78-62 (12-03-06)   Texas                      1-30        L, 89-75 (02-07-96)
Arkansas                1-23         L, 65-46 (11-24-03)    Marshall                    3-1      W, 63-61 (01-15-10)    Texas-Arlington             2-4        L, 81-64 (11-13-09)
Arkansas-Little Rock     1-3         L, 73-54 (11-24-09)    Massachusetts               2-1       L, 71-57 (11-29-09)   Texas-Pan American          7-0       W, 71-47 (12-04-09)
Arkansas State           1-0        W, 59-52 (03-18-04)     McNeese State               4-2      W, 62-43 (11-12-04)    Texas-San Antonio           1-7        W,70-56 (01-04-10)
Army                     1-0        W, 55-48 (01-03-93)     Memphis                     3-4    L, 59-58 OT (01-23-10)   Texas A&M                  10-26       L, 86-50 (11-18-09)
Auburn                   0-1         L, 83-58 (11-23-08)    Mercer                      1-0      W, 65-29 (12-05-97)    Texas A&M-Corpus Christi    2-0       W, 61-55 (01-08-03)
Baylor                  16-17        L, 76-51 (12-30-07)    Miami (Fla.)                1-1      W, 65-58 (03-12-99)    TCU                        29-20      W, 82-74 (12-06-07)
Boise State              7-2        W, 61-56 (02-03-05)     Michigan                    0-2       L, 63-47 (12-04-99)   Texas Southern              8-6      W, 115-35 (11-14-97)
Bradley                  2-0        W, 62-50 (11-22-96)     Michigan State              0-1       L, 84-59 (12-18-87)   Texas State                 6-3       W, 87-67 (12-17-04)
Brown                    1-0        W, 67-54 (01-04-94)     Mississippi                 1-4      L, 81-48 (12-30-08)    Texas Tech                 4-33       W, 73-70 (11-21-05)
Bucknell                 1-0        W, 80-66 (11-24-90)     Mississippi State           0-3       L, 78-65 (11-25-89)   Toledo                      1-0       W, 79-72 (11-25-90)
BYU                      2-1        W, 65-57 (03-06-98)     Mississippi Valley State    1-0      W, 83-49 (01-18-90)    Tulane                     10-12    L, 81-69 OT (02-25-10)
Cal State Northridge     3-0        W, 76-55 (11-14-08)     Missouri-Kansas City        1-0      W, 68-59 (03-03-89)    Tulsa                      20-10       L, 80-46 (02-14-10)
California               0-1         L, 92-65 (12-21-86)    Monmouth                    2-0      W, 76-45 (11-10-06)    UAB                         2-3       W, 72-58 (02-07-10)
Campbell                 1-0        W, 71-56 (12-30-93)     Montana                     0-2       L, 66-55 (12-08-96)   UCF                         2-3        L, 66-64 (03-05-09)
Central Michigan         1-1        W, 82-62 (01-02-88)     Montana State               2-0      W, 76-51 (11-24-97)    UC-Irvine                   1-0       W, 68-45 (12-19-93)
Cincinnati               1-1         L, 68-54 (12-19-02)    Navy                        1-0      W, 63-52 (11-09-07)    UCLA                        0-2        L, 82-64 (12-17-08)
Clemson                  0-1         L, 62-59 (11-23-07)    Nebraska                    0-3       L, 59-56 (12-30-03)   UC-Santa Barbara            3-0       W, 67-64 (03-18-00)
Colorado                 0-3         L, 72-55 (11-24-07)    Nevada                     10-2      W, 64-54 (03-09-05)    UNC Asheville               1-0       W, 90-67 (02-15-95)
Colorado State           0-4         L, 70-52 (03-05-99)    New Mexico                  1-3       L, 69-48 (03-07-98)   UNC Greensboro              2-0       W, 61-47 (11-30-01)
Columbia                 1-0        W, 71-61 (01-02-93)     New Mexico State            1-0      W, 81-65 (11-21-80)    UNC Wilmington              1-0       W, 81-66 (12-04-92)
Cornell                  2-0        W, 76-63 (11-25-01)     New Orleans                 0-1       L, 70-60 (01-03-94)   UNLV                        2-2        L, 68-66 (03-21-04)
Davidson                 1-0        W, 63-52 (12-02-05)     Nicholls State              1-1      W, 71-38 (01-14-86)    USF                         0-1        L, 65-64 (12-28-89)
Dayton                   1-1         L, 79-59 (11-29-94)    North Carolina              0-1       L, 83-50 (03-20-00)   Utah                        2-3       W, 74-57 (03-04-99)
Dartmouth                1-0        W, 64-58 (12-13-83)     North Texas                 2-1      W, 69-65 (11-10-07)    UTEP                       22-10       L, 62-61 (03-08-10)
East Carolina            4-3        W, 77-74 (01-17-10)     Northwestern State          1-2      W, 57-48 (12-28-09)    Vanderbilt                  0-1        L, 91-54 (11-27-81)
Eastern Illinois         1-0        W, 66-52 (12-03-93)     Notre Dame                  1-1      W, 72-61 (12-28-01)    Va. Commonwealth            1-0     W, 77-72 (ot-12-31-98)
Eastern Michigan         1-0        W, 90-71 (12-29-88)     Oakland                     1-0       W, 71-67 (1979-80)    Wake Forest                 0-2        L, 79-46 (12-02-07)
Elon                     1-0        W, 80-69 (11-29-02)     Oklahoma                    0-2       L, 89-59 (12-30-94)   Washington                  0-1        L, 86-62 (11-27-05)
Farleigh Dickinson       1-0        W, 70-50 (12-04-87)     Oklahoma State              0-5       L, 75-52 (03-15-98)   West Virginia               0-1        L, 70-64 (12-02-88)
Florida A&M              2-0        W, 74-47 (12-30-99)     Oral Roberts                1-0      W, 87-78 (11-29-91)    Western Illinois            1-0       W, 62-48 (11-27-04)
Florida International    0-2         L, 95-60 (01-29-83)    Pacific                     2-0      W, 69-61 (12-07-91)    Wichita State               1-0       W, 55-52 (11-29-86)
Florida State            0-1         L, 62-50 (12-06-86)    Pennsylvania                1-0      W, 59-54 (11-26-05)    William & Mary              1-0       W, 80-61 (11-25-83)
Fresno State            16-3        W, 89-74 (02-19-05)     Pepperdine                  1-0      W, 82-53 (12-30-87)    Winthrop                    1-0     W, 63-54 (ot-11-11-07)
Furman                   1-1        W, 66-62 (11-25-08)     Prairie View A&M            9-2      W, 47-45 (11-18-08)    Wisconsin                   0-1        L, 71-58 (02-08-00)
George Mason             0-1         L, 68-58 (12-30-06)    Purdue                      1-1      W, 64-63 (12-21-96)    Wyoming                     2-1        L, 82-64 (11-30-02)
George Washington        3-1        W, 65-57 (01-02-10)     Rhode Island                1-0      W, 67-62 (12-23-04)    Yale                        1-0       W, 69-51 (11-24-89)
Georgia                  0-1         L, 75-49 (03-19-05)    Richmond                    1-0      W, 77-65 (11-24-00)
Grambling State          0-1         L, 83-63 (12-04-94)    Rider                       2-0      W, 66-65 (12-20-07)
Harvard                  1-1         L, 75-74 (12-03-87)    Saint Joseph’s (Pa.)        1-0      W, 65-55 (11-29-97)      NON-DIVISION I OPPONENTS
                                                                                                                          OPPONENT              W-L            LAST MEETING
Hawai`i                 12-5        W, 70-49 (02-26-05)     Saint Mary’s (Calif.)       0-1    L, 85-79 (ot-12-20-92)     Abilene Christian           2-0    W, 67-56 (02-05-82)
Hofstra                  1-1        W, 90-71 (12-30-09)     Samford                     1-0      W, 67-60 (11-26-99)      Angelina JC                 4-2    W, 65-39 (01-03-81)
                                                                                                                          Angelo State                4-0    W, 65-61 (11-13-81)
Houston                 7-39         L, 81-58 (03-04-10)    Sam Houston State          16-5      W, 82-62 (12-20-09)      Arkansas College            1-0    W (Forfeit-11-26-82)
Idaho                    1-0        W, 81-35 (12-03-94)     San Diego                   0-1       L, 73-59 (12-22-93)     Austin College              1-0     W, 66-32 (1978-79)
                                                                                                                          Blinn JC                    2-0    W, 54-47 (12-04-81)
Idaho State              2-0        W, 88-69 (12-08-06)     San Diego State             2-0      W, 66-61 (02-19-98)      Clark                       1-0    W, 81-70 (11-26-83)
Illinois State           1-2    L, 71-61 (3 OT 03-15-07)    San Francisco               1-0      W, 66-58 (12-01-90)      East Texas Baptist          1-0     W, 80-51 (1978-79)
                                                                                                                          Hardin-Simmons              2-0    W, 64-47 (02-06-82)
Indiana                  0-2         L, 67-57 (03-18-06)    San Jose State             14-2      W, 76-68 (03-11-05)      Huston-Tillotson            1-0    W, 80-72 (02-15-82)
                                                                                                                          Midwestern                  1-1     W, 57-54 (1979-80)
Iona                     1-0        W, 94-53 (12-01-01)     Santa Clara                 1-1       L, 63-46 (11-29-98)     North Harris County         3-0     W, 70-46 (1979-80)
Jackson State            1-0        W, 64-48 (03-15-06)     South Alabama               1-0      W, 75-69 (11-23-91)      Ouachita Baptist            0-1     L, 69-59 (03-01-82)
                                                                                                                          Paul Quinn                  1-0    W, 76-62 (11-30-82)
Kansas State             0-1         L, 83-54 (12-29-06)    South Carolina              0-1       L, 87-71 (02-13-95)     Queens                      1-0    W, 87-50 (12-05-86)
Kent State               2-1        W, 71-51 (12-04-04)     Southeastern Louisiana      0-3       L, 82-64 (12-02-89)     St. Mary’s (Tex.)           4-1    W, 67-58 (12-05-80)
                                                                                                                          San Antonio College         1-0     W, 52-46 (1978-79)
Lafayette                0-1     L, 79-76 (OT 12-21-08)     Southern                    1-0      W, 72-41 (12-30-95)      San Jacinto JC              4-0    W, 69-68 (01-04-81)
Lamar                   5-13         L, 82-66 (12-20-09)    Southern Illinois           1-0      W, 62-55 (11-28-98)      Southern Utah State         1-0    W, 82-61 (12-03-88)
                                                                                                                          Southwestern                5-1    W, 78-62 (11-29-87)
Lehigh                   1-0        W, 93-46 (12-28-09)     SMU                        29-34      L, 73-54 (02-12-10)     Tarleton State              1-1    W, 66-48 (12-04-81)
                                                                                                                          Texas A&I                   4-1    W, 69-61 (11-23-82)
Long Beach State         1-1         L, 68-64 (12-21-93)    Southern Miss               3-2       L, 68-60 (02-20-10)     Texas Lutheran              2-0    W, 68-58 (02-25-82)
Louisiana-Lafayette      4-3        W, 81-50 (01-04-99)     Stanford                    0-3       L, 83-53 (12-17-05)     Texas Wesleyan              0-1     L, 71-66 (02-20-81)
                                                                                                                          Trinity                     1-0     W, 87-45 (1979-80)
Louisiana State          1-3         L, 73-51 (11-29-03)    Stephen F. Austin           2-1       L, 92-82 (11-21-09)     Weatherford JC              1-0     W, 64-63 (1979-80)
Louisiana Tech           4-9         L, 86-58 (12-21-06)    Syracuse                    0-1       L, 63-45 (12-30-89)     Wharton JC                  3-0    W, 64-49 (12-05-81)




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                                                   TEAM RECORDS
POINTS                                             FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED                                        3-POINT FGs PERCENTAGE
Game: 115, vs. Texas Southern (11-14-97)           Game: 88, vs. Texas Southern (11-14-97)                      Game: 100.0 (5-5) vs. Southern Utah State, 12-03-88)
Season: 2298 (2006-07)                             Season: 2,020 (2004-05)                                      Season: 40.5 (1986-87)

GAME                                               GAME                                                         GAME
1.   Texas Southern (11-14-97)              115    1.   Texas Southern (11-14-97)                         88    1.   Southern Utah State (12-03-88)               100.0 (5-5)
2.   Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)            114    2.   Prairie View A&M (02-18-93)                       84    2.   Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)                  100.0 (4-4)
3.   Texas Southern (12-28-96)              108    3.   Nevada (03-07-01)                                 83    3.   South Florida (12-28-89)                      80.0 (4-5)
4.   Prairie View A&M (01-06-94)            102    4.   UNLV (11-24-95)                                   81    3    North Texas (01-14-87)                        80.0 (4-5)
5.   Fresno State (01-22-04)                 97         Baylor (02-13-90)                                 81    3.   TCU (02-29-92)                                80.0 (4-5)
                                                                                                                3.   SMU (01-08-97)                                80.0 (4-5)
SEASON                                             SEASON
1.   2006-07                                2298   1.   2006-07                                         2067    SEASON
2.   2004-05                                2227        2004-05                                         2020    1.   1986-87                                            40.5
3.   1999-2000                              2168   2.   1998-99                                         1986    2.   1993-94                                            38.6
4.   2005-06                                2150   3.   1999-2000                                       1902    3.   1988-89                                            37.7
5.   1998-99                                2120   4.   2003-04                                         1889    4.   1994-95                                            36.9
                                                                                                                5.   1999-2000                                          36.7
WIN MARGIN                                                                                                           1996-97                                            36.7
1.   Texas Southern (11-14-97)                80
                                                   FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
                                                   Game: 64.0 (48-75) vs. Prairie View A&M (12-9-94)
1.
3.
     Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)
     Prairie View A&M (12-01-92)
                                              80
                                              68
                                                   Season: 45.4 (1988-89)                                       FREE THROWS MADE
                                                                                                                Game: 36, vs. East Carolina (02-06-06)
4.   Texas Southern (12-28-96)                66
                                                   GAME                                                         Season: 514 (2006-07)
5.   Prairie View A&M (01-06-94)              59
                                                   1.   Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)              64.0 (48-75)
                                                   2.   Tulane (02-02-89)                        62.7 (37-59)   GAME
HALFTIME MARGIN                                    3.   UTEP (03-04-98)                          62.3 (33-53)   1.   East Carolina (02-06-06)                             36
1.   Texas Southern (11-14-97)                56
                                                   4.   SMU (02-01-97)                           61.7 (29-47)   2.   Eastern Michigan (12-29-88)                          35
2.   Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)              43
                                                   5.   Texas A&M (12-01-06)                     58.5 (31-53)   3.   Lamar (11-21-97)                                     34
3.   UTEP (02-01-07)                          42
                                                        UTEP (02-01-07)                          58.5 (31-53)   4.   BYU (02-20-97)                                       31
4.   San Jose State (02-17-00)                34
                                                                                                                     UC Santa Barbara (11-30-85)                          31
     Prairie View A&M (12-01-92)              34
                                                   SEASON
                                                   1.   1988-89                                         45.4    SEASON
FIRST HALF POINTS                                  2.   1991-92                                         44.8    1.   2006-07                                             514
1.   Texas Southern (11-14-97)                66
                                                   3.   1999-2000                                       44.6    2.   2005-06                                             490
2.   Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)              56
                                                   4.   1990-91                                         43.9    3.   2003-04                                             471
3.   Fresno State (01-22-04)                  55
                                                   5.   1996-97                                         43.2    4.   2004-05                                             469
4.   Kent State (12-04-93)                    54
                                                                                                                5.   2001-02                                             468
5.   Eastern Michigan (12-29-88)              51
     Louisiana-Lafayette (02-10-87)           51   3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE
                                                                                                                FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED
SECOND HALF POINTS                                 Game: 12, vs. Iona (12-01-00)                                Game: 44, vs. Lamar (11-21-97)
1.   Texas Southern (12-28-96)                68   Season: 148 (2001-02)                                        Season: 728 (2006-07)
2.   Baylor (02-23-94)                        59
3.   Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)              58
                                                   GAME                                                         GAME
4.   Iona (12-01-00)                          55                                                                1.   Lamar (11-02-97)                                     44
                                                   1.   Iona (12-01-00)                                   12
5.   McNeese State (11-29-88)                 54                                                                2.   Texas A&M (01-20-96)                                 44
                                                   2.   San Jose State (02-17-00)                         11
                                                        Texas Southern (11-14-97)                         11         San Jose State (03-11-05)                            44
                                                                                                                4.   UTEP (12-06-91)                                      42
FIELD GOALS MADE                                        Louisiana-Lafayette (12-21-97)                    11
                                                                                                                     San Jose State (01-19-02)                            42
Game: 48, vs. Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)               Cornell (11-25-01)                                11
Season: 848 (1999-2000)                                 Houston (01-02-07)                                11
                                                                                                                SEASON
                                                   SEASON                                                       1.   2006-07                                             728
GAME                                                                                                            2.   2004-05                                             690
1.   Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)              48   1.   2009-10                                          165
                                                   2.   2001-02                                          148    3.   2001-02                                             689
2.   Texas Southern (11-14-97)                46
                                                   3.   2000-01                                          143    4.   2000-01                                             681
3.   Texas Southern (12-28-96)                43
                                                        1999-2000                                        143    5.   1998-99                                             677
4.   Baylor (02-13-90)                        41
5.   Nicholls State (12-29-85)                38   5.   2005-06                                          130
     Louisiana-Lafayette (02-10-87)           38                                                                FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
     Fresno State (01-22-04)                  38
                                                   3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED                                Game: 100.0 (16-16) vs. Southern Illinois, 11-28-98
                                                   Game: 31, vs. Illinois State (03-15-07)                      Season: 75.1 (2002-03)
SEASON                                             Season: 461 (2006-07)
1.   1999-2000                              848                                                                 GAME
2.   2006-07                                828                                                                 1.   Southern Illinois (11-28-98)              100.0 (16-16)
                                                   GAME
3.   2004-05                                819                                                                      Texas A&M (01-13-93)                      100.0 (12-12)
                                                   1.   Illinois State (03-15-07)                         31
4.   1997-98                                783                                                                      Houston (02-03-06)                        100.0 (11-11)
                                                   2.   Iona (12-01-00)                                   29
5.   1998-99                                778                                                                      San Diego (12-22-93)                        100.0 (8-8)
                                                   3.   Montana State (11-24-97)                          28
                                                   4.   Cornell (11-25-01)                                27         Nebraska (11-24-02)                         100.0 (8-8)
                                                        Houston (02-04-10)                                27
                                                   5.   Three Times (Latest at Santa Clara, 11-29-98)     24    SEASON
                                                                                                                1.   2002-03                                            75.1
                                                   SEASON                                                       2.   2005-06                                            72.6
                                                   1.   2009-10                                          512    3.   1990-91                                            70.6
                                                   2.   2006-07                                          461         2006-07                                            70.6
                                                   3.   2000-01                                          453    5.   2003-04                                            69.8
                                                   4.   2001-02                                          451
                                                   5.   2005-06                                          420


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                                                               TEAM RECORDS
REBOUNDS                                                       SEASON                                            FIRST HALF POINTS
Game: 67 (vs. Texas-Pan American, 02-01-88)                    1.   1999-2000                              508   1.   Texas (02-09-90)                                       9
Season: 1476 (2006-07)                                         2.   2005-06                                507   2.   Louisiana Tech (01-26-02)                             13
                                                               3.   2006-07                                498   3.   Texas Tech (03-01-95)                                 14
                                                               4.   2004-05                                485   4.   Loyola-Marymount (12-17-92)                           16
GAME                                                           5.   2003-04                                481        Texas (01-04-86)                                      16
1.   Texas-Pan American (02-01-88)                        67
                                                                                                                      Hawaii (02-17-02)                                     16
2.   Oral Roberts (11-29-91)                              65
                                                                                                                      Cincinnati (12-19-02)                                 16
     Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)                          65   TURNOVERS
     UNLV (11-24-95)                                      65   Game: 39, At Lamar (12-29-90)
5.   Prairie View A&M (12-01-92)                          63   Season: 664 (1990-91)
                                                                                                                 SECOND HALF POINTS
                                                                                                                 1.   Maine (01-11-00)                                      15
                                                                                                                      Texas A&M (01-05-94)                                  15
SEASON                                                         GAME                                              3.   Texas (01-27-90)                                      16
1.   2006-07                                            1476   1.   Lamar (12-29-90)                        39        Arkansas (11-24-03)                                   16
     2004-05                                            1409   2.   Grambling State (12-04-94)              38   5.   TCU (01-19-01)                                        17
2.   2005-06                                            1311   3.   Sam Houston State (12-16-93)            37
3.   2003-04                                            1287   3.   Texas (02-10-85)                        37
4.   2009-10                                            1233   3.   Baylor (01-26-85)                       37   FIELD GOALS MADE
                                                                                                                 1.   Texas Tech (12-05-01)                                 10
OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS                                             SEASON                                            2.   Louisiana Tech (11-12-00)                             12
Game: 36, vs. UNLV (11-24-95)                                  1.   1990-91                                664        Arizona (11-14-04)                                    12
Season: 490 (2006-07)                                          2.   1991-92                                642   4.   TCU (01-19-01)                                        13
                                                               3.   2004-05                                602        Texas (01-04-86)                                      13
GAME                                                           4.   2003-04                                590
1.
2.
     UNLV (11-24-95)
     Texas Southern (11-14-97)
                                                          36
                                                          31
                                                               5.   2006-07                                589
                                                                                                                 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
                                                                                                                 1.   Houston (03-08-95)                                    40
3.   Prairie View A&M (12-01-92)                          29
3.   Tulsa (02-21-99)                                     29
                                                               BLOCKED SHOTS                                     2.   Arkansas (01-18-86)
                                                                                                                      UTEP (02-05-04)
                                                                                                                                                                            41
                                                                                                                                                                            41
                                                               Game: 15, vs. Fresno State (01-22-04)
5.   Texas Southern (12-28-96)                            28                                                     4.   Sam Houston State (12-16-89)                          44
                                                               Season: 224 (2003-04)
5.   Nevada (03-07-01)                                    28                                                          Tulane (02-12-06)                                     44

SEASON                                                         GAME
1.   2006-07                                            490
                                                               1.   Fresno State (01-22-04)                 15   FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
                                                               2.   Louisiana Tech (03-13-04)               14   1.   Arizona (11-14-04)                          19.4 (12-62)
2.   2004-05                                            483
                                                               3.   Mercer (12-05-97)                       13   2.   Texas Tech (12-05-01)                       20.4 (10-49)
3.   2000-01                                            475
                                                               3.   Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)             13   3.   Hawai`i (03-08-02)                          21.7 (13-60)
4.   2001-02                                            431
                                                               3.   Boise State (02-03-05)                  13   4.   Texas Tech (03-01-95)                       21.9 (14-64)
5.   1999-2000                                          429
                                                                                                                 5.   Notre Dame (02-26-00)                       22.6 (14-62)
DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS                                             SEASON
                                                               1.   2003-04                                224
Game: 52, vs. Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)
                                                               2.   2004-05                                185
                                                                                                                 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season: 986 (2006-07)                                                                                            1.   34 Times (Latest vs. Tulane (02-03-07)                 0
                                                               3.   2005-06                                173
                                                               4.   2001-02                                158
GAME
1.   Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)                          52
                                                               5.   2006-07                                142   3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATEMPTED
                                                                                                                 1.   11 times (Latest vs. UC-Irvine, 12-19-93)              0
2.   Mississippi (11-17-06)                               46
3.   Bucknell (11-24-91)                                  41   STEALS                                            2.
                                                                                                                 3.
                                                                                                                      UNLV (01-14-99)
                                                                                                                      San Jose State (02-26-04)
                                                                                                                                                                             1
                                                                                                                                                                             2
3.   SMU (03-06-91)                                       41   Game: 29, vs. Prairie View A&M (12-01-92)
                                                                                                                 4.   Texas A&M (12-01-06)                                   4
5.   SMU (12-04-93)                                       40   Season: 387 (1998-99)
                                                                                                                      Sam Houston State (11-27-06)                           4
5.   Jackson State (03-15-06)                             40
                                                               GAME
SEASON                                                         1.   Prairie View A&M (12-01-92)             29   FREE THROWS MADE
1.   2006-07                                            986    2.   Texas Southern (12-28-96)               26   1.   Texas (02-15-84)                                       0
2.   2005-06                                            927    3.   Texas Southern (11-14-97)               24   2.   Fresno State (01-27-00)                                1
3.   2004-05                                            926    4.   Louisiana-Lafayette (01-04-99)          23        Texas (02-09-90)                                       1
4.   2003-04                                            882    5.   TCU (11-25-01)                          21   4.   Five times (Latest vs. Jackson State, 03-15-06)        2
5.   2000-10                                            836    5.   Massachusetts (11-23-01)                21

REBOUND AVERAGE                                                SEASON
                                                                                                                 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED
                                                                                                                 1.   Texas (02-15-84)                                       0
SEASON                                                         1.   1998-99                                387
                                                                                                                 2.   Fresno State (01-27-00)                                3
1.   2006-07                                            44.7   2.   1997-98                                355
                                                                                                                      Texas (02-09-90)                                       3
2.   1994-95                                            43.9   3.   1999-2000                              333
                                                                                                                 4.   Three times (Latest at Texas Tech, 01-27-93)           4
3.   2004-05                                            42.7   4.   1992-93                                319
                                                                                                                 5.   Arkansas (11-24-04)                                    5
4.   1993-94                                            42.6   5.   2004-05                                311
                                                                                                                      Memphis (02-24-07)                                     5
5.   1995-96                                            42.3
                                                               RICE SINGLE GAME LOWS                             FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
ASSISTS                                                        SINCE 1984                                        1.   Texas (02-15-84)                                0.0 (0-0)
Game: 32, vs. Texas Southern (11-14-97)                                                                          2.   Mississippi State (11-29-85)                   25.0 (2-8)
Season: 508 (1999-2000)                                                                                               Jackson State (3-15-06)                        25.0 (2-8)
                                                               POINTS                                            3.   Fresno State (1-27-00)                         33.3 (1-3)
GAME                                                           1.   TCU (01-19-01)                          35        Texas (2-9-90)                                 33.3 (1-3)
1.   Texas Southern (11-14-97)                            32   2.   Hawai`i (03-08-02)                      36
2.   Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)                          29   3.   Texas (01-04-86)                        38
3.   Five Times (Latest vs. San Jose State, 02-17-00)     27   4.   Texas (01-09-85)                        42
                                                               5.   Oklahoma State (12-31-94)               43
                                                                    Arizona (11-14-04)                      43




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                                           TEAM & OPPONENT LOWS
REBOUNDS                                                       4.   Dayton (11-29-94)
                                                                    Lehigh (12-28-95)
                                                                                                                           41
                                                                                                                           41
                                                                                                                                 TURNOVERS
1.   Texas (02-15-84)                                     13                                                                     1.   Houston (2-3-06)                                   5
                                                                    Illinois State (11-19-99)                              41
2.   Arkansas (01-02-91)                                  21                                                                     2.   Three times (Latest vs. Hawai’i, 03-05-97)         7
3.   Hawai’i (01-20-00)                                   22                                                                     5.   Five times (Latest at SFA, 11-21-09)               8

5.
     Utah (02-07-98)
     Texas (01-31-87)
                                                          22
                                                          23
                                                               FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
     Central Michigan (12-19-87)                          23
                                                               1.
                                                               2.
                                                                    Prairie View A&M (12-09-94)
                                                                    UTEP (02-01-07)
                                                                                                                 14.7 (11-75)
                                                                                                                 18.9 (10-53)
                                                                                                                                 BLOCKED SHOTS
                                                                                                                                 1.   81 times (Latest vs. Long Beach State, 11-28-09)   0
                                                               3.   UNLV (01-14-99)                              19.1 (13-68)
OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS                                             4.   Hawai’i (01-17-02)                           20.0 (10-50)
1.   Tulane (2-12-06)                                     1    5.   Tulsa (03-12-04)                             20.3 (15-74)    STEALS
2.   UTEP (2-10-06)                                       2                                                                      1.   Clark (11-26-83)                                   0
3.   Three times (Latest at Texas Tech, 01-27-93)         4                                                                      2.   Three times (Latest at UTEP, 02-24-00)             1
                                                               3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE                                          3.   Montana State (01-05-96)                           2
                                                               1.   72 times (Latest vs. UTEP, 01-06-05)                    0
DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS
1.   Texas (01-31-87)                                     10
2.   Hawai’i (01-20-00)                                   13   3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATEMPTED
3.   Eight times (Latest at Colorado, 11-22-02)           14   1.   16 times (Latest vs. Tulane, 02-15-92)                  0


ASSISTS                                                        3-POINT FGs PERCENTAGE
1.   Baylor (03-03-84)                                    2    1.   55 times without 0-0 (Latest vs. UTEP, 01-06-05) 0.0 (0-8)
2.   Louisiana Tech (01-26-02)                            3
3.   TCU (01-19-01)                                       4
4.   Seven times (Latest at Arizona, 11-14-04)            5    FREE THROWS MADE
                                                               1.   Clark (11-26-83)                                        0
                                                               2.   Texas Southern (11-14-97)                               2
TURNOVERS                                                           Bradley (12-02-95)                                      2
1.   6 — vs. Louisiana Tech (3-12-05)                     6         Prairie View A&M (01-06-94)                             2
2.   7 — three times; latest at Texas-El Paso (2-24-00)   7    5.   Five times (Latest vs. Sam Houston State, 12-05-09)     3
5.   8 — vs. Texas Tech (3-4-87)                          8

                                                               FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED
BLOCKED SHOTS                                                  1.   Clark (11-26-83)                                        0
1.   37 times (Latest at UALR, 11-20-06)                  0    2.   Fresno State (01-27-00)                                 4
                                                               2.   Texas Southern (11-14-97)                               4
                                                               4.   SMU (03-04-06)                                          5
STEALS                                                         5.   Southern (12-30-95)                                     6
1.   Houston (01-06-90)                                   1
     Houston (02-16-90)                                   1
3.   Hawai’i (03-01-03)                                   2    FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
     Texas A&M (12-01-06)                                 2    1.   Clark (11-26-83)                                0.0 (0-0)
5.   22 times (Latest vs. SMU, 01-25-07)                  3    2.   Prairie View A&M (01-6-94)                     9.5 (2-21)
                                                               3.   Bradley (12-02-95)                            20.0 (2-10)
OPPONENT SINGLE GAME LOWS                                      4.
                                                               5.
                                                                    Miami (03-12-99)
                                                                    Texas State (11-26-91)
                                                                                                                  27.3 (3-11)
                                                                                                                  30.8 (4-13)
SINCE 1984
                                                               REBOUNDS
POINTS                                                         1.   Texas Southern (12-28-96)                              18
1.   Prairie View A&M (12-01-92)                          28   2.   UNC-Asheville (02-15-95)                               22
2.   Mercer (12-05-97)                                    29   3.   UC-Irvine (12-19-93)                                   23
2.   Air Force (01-16-99)                                 29   3.   Nevada (01-31-02)                                      23
4.   UTEP (02-01-07)                                      31   5.   Tulane (01-20-93)                                      24
5.   UTEP (01-27-06)                                      32
                                                               OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS
FIRST HALF POINTS                                              1.   SMU (02-06-93)                                          2
1.   San Jose State (02-17-00)                             7   2.   SMU (02-01-92)                                          3
2.   UTEP (02-01-07)                                       8   2.   Texas Tech (12-30-96)                                   3
3.   Texas Southern (11-14-97)                            10   4.   10 Times (Latest vs. Southern Miss, 03-11-05)           5
4.   TCU (01-21-95)                                       11
5.   Fresno State (03-08-00)                              12
                                                               DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS
                                                               1.   Texas Southern (12-28-96)                               9
SECOND HALF POINTS                                             2.   Texas A&M (12-01-06)                                   10
1.   Idaho (12-3-94)                                      12   3.   UNC-Asheville (02-15-95)                               13
2.   Prairie View A&M (12-1-92)                           13        Texas-Pan American (12-08-90)                          13
3.   Three times (Latest vs. UTEP, 02-04-01)              14   5.   Baylor (01-08-92)                                      14
                                                                    Houston (03-03-06)                                     14
FIELD GOALS MADE
1.
2.
     Texas-Pan American (02-01-88)
     Idaho (12-03-94)
                                                          7
                                                          8
                                                               ASSISTS
                                                               1.   Five times (Latest vs. Boise State, 02-07-04)           2
3.   Air Force (01-16-99)                                 9    2.   Southern (12-30-95)                                     3
     Air Force (01-11-99)                                 9         Queens (12-05-86)                                       3
     Prairie View A&M (12-01-92)                          9         Nevada (01-05-02)                                       3
                                                                    UTEP (01-27-06)                                         3
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
1.   Fairleigh Dickinson (12-04-87)                       34
2.   Lamar (11-13-98)                                     35
3.   UTEP (02-04-01)                                      39



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                              OPPONENT SINGLE-GAME HIGHS
OPPONENT SINGLE GAME HIGHS                              3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
                                                        1.   Texas (03-10-93)                100.0 (3-3)
SINCE 1984                                              2.   Texas Christian (01-27-87)      100.0 (3-3)
                                                        3.   Louisiana Tech (12-21-06)        88.9 (8-9)
POINTS
1.
2.
     Texas (02-15-84)
     Mississippi (11-18-05)
                                                 113
                                                 110
                                                        FREE THROWS MADE
                                                        1.   Hawai`i (02-20-00)                       36
3.   Texas Tech (02-22-92)                       105
                                                        2.   Texas (01-14-84)                         34
                                                        2.   Tulsa (01-10-98)                         34
WIN MARGIN
1.   Texas (02-15-84)                             63
2.   Texas (01-14-84)                             56    FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED
3.   Texas (02-09-90)                             55    1.   Tulsa (01-10-98)                         50
                                                        2.   Florida State (12-06-86)                 47
HALFTIME MARGIN                                         3.   Mississippi (11-17-06)                   46
1.   Louisiana Tech (01-26-02)                    33
2.
2.
     Texas (02-09-88)
     North Carolina (03-20-00)
                                                  25
                                                  25
                                                        FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
                                                        1.   Fresno State (01-27-00)          100.0 (4-4)
2.   Texas Tech (12-05-01)                        25    2.   Massachusetts (11-27-09)       .957 (22-23)
                                                        2.   SMU (01-17-96)                 95.5 (21-22)
FIRST HALF POINTS
1.   Texas (2-15-84)                              63
2.   Arkansas (2-2-91)                            60    REBOUNDS
3.   Texas Tech (1-22-92)                         52    1.   Florida State (12-06-86)                 69
                                                        2.   Texas (02-09-90)                         68
                                                        3.   Houston (01-18-92                        62
SECOND HALF POINTS                                      3.   Houston (03-03-93)                       62
1.   Texas (3-9-94)                               63
                                                        3.   Mississippi (11-17-06)                   62
2.   Baylor (1-8-92)                              62
2.   Texas (2-11-89)                              62
2.   Mississippi (11-18-05)                       62    OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS
                                                        1.   Mississippi (11-17-06)                   32
                                                        2.   Tulsa (03-12-04)                         31
FIELD GOALS MADE                                        2.   Texas Southern (11-27-93)                31
1.   Texas (02-15-84)                             52    2.   Syracuse (12-30-89)                      31
2.   Texas (01-10-89)                             47
3.   Texas (02-09-90)                             43    DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS
3.   Southeastern Louisiana (12-28-84)            43    1.   Texas (01-10-89)                         44
                                                        2.   Tulsa (01-11-03)                         43
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED                                   3.   Santa Clara (11-29-98)                   42
1.   Mississippi (11-17-06)                      101
2.
3.
     Houston (01-06-90)
     Texas Southern (12-20-85)
                                                  88
                                                  87
                                                        ASSISTS
                                                        1.   Texas Tech (02-18-84)                    40
3.   Texas (02-09-90)                             87    2.   Texas Tech (01-22-92)                    35
                                                        3.   Texas Tech (01-27-93)                    31
FIELD GOALS PERCENTAGE                                  3.   Texas A&M (01-25-86)                     31
1.   Texas (02-15-84)                    73.2 (52-71)
2.
3.
     Texas Tech (03-04-87)
     Texas Tech (02-26-94)
                                         69.8 (30-43)
                                         65.5 (36-55)
                                                        TURNOVERS
                                                        1.   Texas Southern (11-14-97)                42
                                                        2.   Prairie View A&M (12-01-92)              40
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE                                3.   Lamar (11-13-98)                         39
1.   South Carolina (02-13-95)                    14
2.
3.
     Kansas State (12-29-06)
     Houston (03-03-06)
                                                  13
                                                  11
                                                        BLOCKED SHOTS
                                                        1.   Texas Tech (12-05-01)                    13
                                                        1.   Tulsa (01-11-03)                         13
3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED                           3.   Sam Houston State (02-27-90)             12
1.   Houston (01-06-90)                           40
2.
3.
     Toledo (11-25-90)
     Kent State (12-04-93)
                                                  37
                                                  35
                                                        STEALS
                                                        1.   Sam Houston State (12-16-93)             25
                                                        2.   Colorado (11-30-97)                      24
                                                        3.   Grambling State (12-04-94)               23
                                                        3.   Arkansas (03-03-90)                      23




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                                            INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
SiNgLe gAMe • POiNTS SCORed                               7. Goya Qualls (1979-82)                            1485    SeASON • FieLd gOALS MAde
1. Brenda Conaway (Prairie View, 12-09-95)           43   8. Kirra Jordan (1997-2000)                         1329    1. Pat Krieger (1979-80)                     231
2. Pennie Goff (at Texas A&M, 01-08-83)              41   9. Kadie Riverin (2004-08)                          1155    2. Amelia Cooper (1988-89)                   215
3. Pennie Goff (Paul Quinn, 11-30-82)                37   10.Valeriya Berezhynska (2004-08)                   1076    3. Pat Krieger (1980-81)                     193
3. Amelia Cooper (at SMU, 01-18-89)                  37   11.Brenda Conaway (1992-1995)                       1072    4. Pennie Goff (1981-82)                     191
5. Jackie Stanley (Sam Houston State, 12-05-09)      36   12.Krystal Frazier (2003-07)                        1035    5. Marla Brumfield (1999-2000)               185
5. Amelia Cooper (McNeese State, 11-29-88)           36   13.Maudess Fulton (2005-09)                         1005    6. Evenda Barnes (1991-92)                   181
5. Lauren Neaves (vs. SMU, 03-04-06)                 36   14.Amelia Cooper (1985-1989)                        1001    6. Lauren Neaves (2005-06)                   181
7. Goya Qualls (Huston-Tillotson, 02-15-82)          35   15.Tammy McCallum (1993-96)                         1000    8. Holly Jones (1983-84)                     175
8. Pat Krieger (vs. Midwestern, 01-25-80)            34   15.Jessica Garcia (1993-97)                         1000    9. Kirra Jordan (1999-00)                    171
8. Goya Qualls (Texas A&I, 01-28-80)                 34                                                               10.Holly Jones (1986-87)                     167
8. Holly Jones (vs. UC-Santa Barbara, 11-30-85)      34   CAReeR • SCORiNg AVeRAge
11.Charity Shira (Eastern Michigan, 12-29-88)        33   1. Holly Jones (1984-87)                             17.1   SeASON • FieLd gOALS ATTeMPTed
11.Marla Brumfield (Hawai`i, 02-22-98)               33   2. Pat Krieger (1979-82)                             16.5   1.   Pat Krieger (1979-80)                   513
11.Marla Brumfield (Hawai`i, 02-20-00)               33   3. Pennie Goff (1981-84)                             16.3   2.   Pennie Goff (1981-82)                   456
14.Brenda Conaway (SMU, 01-12-94)                    32   4. Evenda Barnes (1991-92)                           14.1   3.   Marla Brumfield (1998-99)               436
15.Marla Brumfield (at Illinois State, 11-15-98)     31   5. Marla Brumfield (1997-2000)                       14.1   4.   Marla Brumfield (1999-00)               424
15.Valeriya Berezhynska (at Winthrop, 11-11-07)      31   6. Yalonda Stiner (1990-93)                          13.6   5.   Yalonda Stiner (1992-93)                415
15.Valeriya Berezhynska (at Houston, 01-02-07)       31   6. Lauren Neaves (2003-07)                           13.6   6.   Pat Krieger (1980-81)                   405
18.Charity Shira (Sam Houston State, 12-07-88)       30   8. Goya Qualls (1979-82)                             13.0   7.   Valerie Ziegler (1982-83)               399
19.Angelica Smith (Bradley, 12-02-95)                30   9. Charity Shira (1987-89)                           12.2   7.   Amelia Cooper (1988-89)                 399
                                                          10.Amelia Cooper (1985-88)                           11.9   9.   Goya Qualls (1980-81)                   387
CONFeReNCe gAMe • POiNTS SCORed                                                                                       9.   Lauren Neaves (2005-06)                 387
1. Pennie Goff (at Texas A&M, 01-08-83)              41   SiNgLe gAMe • FieLd gOALS MAde
2. Amelia Cooper (at SMU, 01-18-89)                  37   1.   Brenda Conaway (vs. Prairie View, 12-09-94)      18    SeASON • FieLd gOAL PeRCeNTAge
3. Marla Brumfield (Hawai`i, 02-22-98)               33   2.   Pennie Goff (at Texas A&M, 01-08-83)             16    (Minumum - 50 Made)
3. Marla Brumfield (Hawai`i, 02-20-00)               33   3.   Amelia Cooper (vs. McNeese St., 11-29-88)        15    1. Evenda Barnes (1991-92)        (181-324) .559
5. Brenda Conaway (SMU, 01-12-94)                    32   3.   Lauren Neaves (vs. SMU, 03-04-06)                15    2. Amelia Cooper (1988-89)        (215-399) .539
6. Valeriya Berezhynska (at Houston, 01-02-07)       31   5.   Jackie Stanley (Sam Houston State, 12-09-09)     14    3. Holly Jones (1983-84)          (175-333) .526
7. Molly Morrison (Baylor, 02-13-90)                 29        Marla Brumfield (vs. Hawai`i, 02-20-00)          14    4. Charity Shira (1987-88)          (59-113).522
7. Evenda Barnes (Texas Tech, 01-22-92)              29                                                               5. Lauren Neaves (2006-07)        (163-315) .517
                                                          6.   Amelia Cooper (at Baylor, 02-25-89)              13
                                                                                                                      6. Kadie Riverin (2005-06)          (99-192).516
7. Jessica Garcia (UTEP, 02-15-97)                   29   6.   Molly Morrison (vs. Baylor, 02-13-90)            13    7. Suzanne Koy (1997-98)             (51-99) .515
7. Lauren Neaves (East Carolina, 02-06-06)           29   6.   Brenda Conaway (vs. SMU, 01-12-94)               13    8. Brenda Conaway (1994-95)       (139-272) .511
11.Holly Jones (Baylor, 01-26-85)                    28   6.   Angelica Smith (vs. Bradley, 12-02-95)           13    9. Edith Adams (1984-85)           (98-192) .510
11.Charity Shira (Arkansas, 02-28-89)                28   6.   Marla Brumfield (vs. Hawai`i, 02-22-98)          13    10.Andrea Prater (1991-92)        (111-219) .507
11.Yalonda Stiner (at Texas, 03-03-93)               28
11.Kirra Jordan (at Utah, 02-07-98)                  28   SiNgLe gAMe • FieLd gOALS ATTeMPTed                         CAReeR • FieLd gOALS MAde
11.Johnetta Hayes (UTEP, 01-18-03)                   28   1.   Jackie Stanley (Sam Houston State, 12-05-09)     26    1. Holly Jones (1984-87)                     638
                                                          2.   Val Ziegler (vs. Baylor, 02-05-83)               24    2. Marla Brumfield (1997-2000)               620
SeASON • POiNTS SCORed                                    2.   Holly Jones (at Houston, 02-16-85)               24    3. Lauren Neaves (2003-07)                   611
1. Pat Krieger (1979-80)                            555   2.   Glenda Jensen (vs. Houston, 02-11-86)            24    4. Pennie Goff (1981-84)                     590
2. Amelia Cooper (1988-89)                          533   2.   Marla Brumfield (at Oklahoma State, 03-15-98)    24    5. Yalonda Stiner (1990-93)                  550
3. Holly Jones (1986-87)                            512                                                               6. Kirra Jordan (1997-2000)                  530
                                                          2.   Kadie Riverin (vs. Houston, 01-26-08)            24
                                                                                                                      7. Brenda Conaway (1992-95)                  441
4. Lauren Neaves (2005-06)                          502   7.   Amelia Cooper (at Texas, 02-11-89)               23    8. Amelia Cooper (1985-89)                   411
5. Marla Brumfield (1999-2000)                      482   7.   Robin Castell (vs. SMU, 02-18-89)                23    9. Jennifer Hamilton (1996-99)               397
6. Pennie Goff (1981-82)                            479   7.   Yalonda Stiner (vs. Army, 01-03-93)              23    10.Glenda Jensen (1985-88)                   386
7. Pat Krieger (1980-81)                            471   7.   Brenda Conaway (vs. Prairie View, 12-09-94)      23
8. Pennie Goff (1982-83)                            467   7.   Marla Brumfield (at Illinois State, 11-15-98)    23    CAReeR • FieLd gOALS ATTeMPTed
9. Marla Brumfield (1998-99)                        464   7.   Marla Brumfield (vs. LSU, 11-22-98)              23    1. Marla Brumfield (1997-2000)              1545
10.Charity Shira (1988-89)                          454   7.   Lauren Neaves (vs. SMU, 03-05-05)                23    2. Yalonda Stiner (1990-93)                 1406
                                                                                                                      3. Holly Jones (1984-87)                    1362
SeASON • SCORiNg AVeRAge                                  SiNgLe gAMe • FieLd gOAL PeRCeNTAge                         4. Pennie Goff (1981-84)                    1320
1. Pennie Goff (1982-83)                           21.2   (Minumum - 5 Made)                                          5. Lauren Neaves (2003-07)                  1274
2. Amelia Cooper (1988-89)                         20.5   1. Zoe Rogers vs. Tulane (2-25-10)           100.0 (9-9)    6. Kirra Jordan (1997-2000)                 1156
3. Pat Krieger (1979-80)                           19.1   1. Charity Shira at TCU (2-13-88)            100.0 (7-7)    7. Krystal Frazier (2003-07)                1017
4. Holly Jones (1986-87)                           18.3   1. Andrea Prater vs. UTEP (11-25-88)         100.0 (7-7)    8. Brenda Conaway (1992-95)                  933
5. Holly Jones (1985-86)                           17.6                                                               9. Jessica Garcia (1993-97)                  919
                                                          1. Charonda Wilson vs. TSU (11-14-97)        100.0 (7-7)
                                                                                                                      10.Glenda Jensen (1985-88)                   907
6. Valeriya Berezhynska (2007-08)                  17.0   1. LaToya Brown vs. Boise St. (2-9-02)       100.0 (7-7)
7. Pat Krieger (1980-81)                           16.8   1. Jennifer Judy at UTPA (12-8-90)           100.0 (6-6)
8. Charity Shira (1988-89)                         16.8   1. Edith Adams vs. Fresno St. (11-24-84)     100.0 (5-5)
                                                                                                                      CAReeR • FieLd gOAL PeRCeNTAge
                                                                                                                      (Minumum - 200 Made)
9. Holly Jones (1983-84)                           16.7   1. Holly Jones vs. Houston (2-11-86)         100.0 (5-5)
                                                                                                                      1. Evenda Barnes (1991-92)        52.8 (330-625)
10.Pennie Goff (1981-82)                           16.5   1. Leslie Tassin vs. S. Utah St. (12-3-88)   100.0 (5-5)    2. Amelia Cooper (1985-89)        49.9 (411-823)
                                                          1. Lacey Guinn vs. Idaho (12-3-94)           100.0 (5-5)    3. Angelica Smith (1995-98)       49.5 (240-485)
CAReeR • POiNTS SCORed                                    1. Amber Cunningham at Nevada (1-22-05)      100.0 (5-5)    4. Lauren Neaves (2003-07)       48.0 (611-1274)
1.   Pat Krieger (1979-82)                         1851   1. Kadie Riverin at Houston (1-15-06)        100.0 (5-5)    5. Edith Adams (1985-88)          47.7 (357-749)
2.   Holly Jones (1984-87)                         1791                                                               5. Kim Smallwood (1999-2000)      47.7 (236-495)
3.   Lauren Neaves (2003-2007)                     1711                                                               7. Jennifer Judy (1990-92)        47.5 (221-465)
4.   Marla Brumfield (1997-2000)                   1703                                                               8. Brenda Conaway (1992-95)       47.3 (441-933)
5.   Pennie Goff (1981-84)                         1564                                                               9. Andrea Prater (1988-92)        47.1 (274-582)
6.   Yalonda Stiner (1990-93)                      1486                                                               10.Holly Jones (1984-87)         46.8 (638-1362)

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                                                  INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
SiNgLe gAMe • 3-POiNT Fg MAde                                   9. Michelle Woods (2003-04)                     (28-70) .400    1.   Tammy McCallum (vs. Baylor, 02-28-96) (11-11) 100.0
1.   Jenny Cafferty (vs. Fresno State, 01-27-00)           7    10.Michelle Woods (2004-05)                     (34-88) .386    1.   Marla Brumfield (vs. S. Illinois (11-28-98)(10-10) 100.0
1.   Kara Liggett (vs. San Jose State, 02-17-00)           7                                                                    1.   Lindsey Maynard (at Fresno St. (02-02-02) (10-10) 100.0
3.   Leslie Tassin (vs. Prairie View, 12-30-88)            6    CAReeR • 3-POiNT Fg MAde                                        1.   Lauren Neaves (vs. La. Tech, 03-12-05) (10-10) 100.0
3.   Leslie Tassin (vs. Texas Tech, 01-07-89)              6    1. Tara Watts (2007-2010)                                150    1.   Kadie Riverin (at UAB, 02-24-06)           (10-10) 100.0
3.   Lacey Guinn (vs. Houston, 02-07-95)                   6                                                                    1.   Kadie Riverin (vs. Tulsa, 02-09-08)        (10-10) 100.0
                                                                2. Jessica Garcia (1993-1997)                            147
3.   Jessica Garcia (at Texas Tech, 12-30-96)              6                                                                    1.   Jackie Stanley (at G. Wash., 01-02-10) (10-10) 100.0
                                                                3. Kara Liggett (2000-03)                                142
3.   Jenny Cafferty (vs. UTEP, 01-29-00)                   6                                                                    1.   Leslie Tassin (vs. Texas, 01-10-89)          (9-9) 100.0
                                                                4. Jenny Cafferty (1997-2000)                            123    1.   Evenda Barnes (vs. SMU, 02-23-91)            (9-9) 100.0
8.   Eight Times                                           5    5. Leslie Tassin (1985-89)                               102    1.   Lindsey Maynard (at UTEP, 02-10-03)          (9-9) 100.0
                                                                6. Krystal Frazier (2003-07)                              90    1.   Lauren Neaves (vs. Tulsa, 02-19-06)          (9-9) 100.0
SiNgLe gAMe • 3-POiNT Fg ATTeMPTed                              7. Kate Beckler (2000-04)                                 82
1.   Tara Watts (at Lafayette, 12-21-08)                  12    8. Glenda Jensen (1984-88)                                81
1.   Kate Beckler (vs. South Carolina, 11-10-00)          12                                                                    SeASON • FRee THROwS MAde
                                                                   Amber Cunningham (2003-06)                             81    1. Holly Jones (1986-87)                                 178
2.   Glenda Jensen (vs. Southwestern, 11-29-87)           11
                                                                10.Lacey Guinn (1991-95)                                  77    2. Charity Shira (1988-89)                               153
2.   Leslie Tassin (vs. Prairie View, 12-30-88)           11
                                                                   Lindsey Maynard (2000-04)                              77    3. Lauren Neaves (2004-05)                               141
2.   Leslie Tassin (vs. Texas Tech, 01-07-89)             11
2.   Jessica Garcia (vs. BYU, 01-25-97)                   11                                                                    4. Lauren Neaves (2005-06)                               140
2.   Jenny Cafferty (vs. Tulsa, 02-13-00)                 11    CAReeR • 3-POiNT Fg ATTeMPTed                                   5. Pennie Goff (1982-83)                                 137
2.   Krystal Frazier (at Houston, 01-15-06)               11    1. Tara Watts (2007-2010)                                432    5. Holly Jones (1985-86)                                 137
                                                                2. Jessica Garcia (1993-97)                              412    7. Valeriya Berezhynska (2007-08)                        134
8.   13 Times                                             10
                                                                3. Kara Liggett (1999-2003)                              401    8. Kadie Riverin (2007-08)                               130
                                                                4. Jenny Cafferty (1997-2000)                            312    9. Kadie Riverin (2006-07)                               128
SiNgLe gAMe • 3-POiNT Fg PeRCeNTAge                                                                                             10. Marla Brumfield (1998-99)                            127
(Minumum - 4 Made)                                              5. Krystal Frazier (2003-07)                             298
1. Leslie Tassin (vs. S. Utah St., 12-03-88)      (5-5)100.0    6. Amber Cunningham (2003-06)                            282
                                                                7. Kate Beckler (2000-04)                                270    SeASON • FRee THROwS ATTeMPTed
1. Marsha Frese (vs. Texas, 03-06-91)            (4-4) 100.0
                                                                                                                                1. Holly Jones (1986-87)                                 255
1. Jessica Garcia (at Baylor, 01-26-94)          (4-4) 100.0    8. Leslie Tassin (1986-89)                               264
                                                                                                                                2. Pennie Goff (1982-83)                                 215
1. LaToya Brown (vs. Boise State, 02-09-02)      (4-4) 100.0    9. Lindsey Maynard (2000-04)                             252
                                                                                                                                3. Lauren Neaves (2004-05)                               207
1. Krystal Frazier (at Nevada, 02-19-04)         (4-4) 100.0    10.Marla Brumfield (1997-2000)                           228    4. Holly Jones (1985-86)                                 206
6. Jenny Cafferty (vs. Fresno State, 01-27-00)     (7-8) .875                                                                   5. Charity Shira (1988-89)                               181
6. Kara Liggett (vs. San Jose St. (2-17-00)        (7-8) .875   CAReeR • 3-POiNT Fg PeRCeNTAge                                  6. Marla Brumfield (1998-99)                             176
7. Karen Sowada (at Houston, 02-07-87)             (4-5) .800   (Minumum - 30 Made)                                             7. Lauren Neaves (2005-06)                               175
7. Leslie Tassin (at Arkansas, 01-28-89)           (4-5) .800   1. Lacey Guinn (1991-95)                      (77-177) .435     7. Valeriya Berezhynska (2007-08)                        175
7. Jenny Cafferty (vs. San Jose St., 02-17-00)     (4-5) .800   2. Karen Sowada (1985-88)                     (68-168) .405     9. Amelia Cooper (1988-89)                               173
7. Jenny Cafferty (at Fresno State, 02-26-00)      (4-5) .800   3. Marsha Frese (1991-94)                     (70-174) .402     10.Holly Jones (1984-85)                                 169
7. LaToya Brown (vs. Fresno State, 03-03-01)       (4-5) .800   4. Jenny Cafferty (1997-2000)                (123-312) .394     10.Lauren Neaves (2006-07)                               169
                                                                5. Glenda Jensen (1985-88)                    (81-208) .389
SeASON • 3-POiNT Fg MAde                                        6. Michelle Woods (2001-05)                   (65-168) .387     SeASON • FRee THROwS PeRCeNTAge
1. Jenny Cafferty (1999-2000)                             74    7. Leslie Tassin (1986-89)                   (102-264) .386     (Minumum - 25 Made)
2. Jessica Garcia (1996-97)                               59    8. Stephanie Mundschau (1993-96)              (43-118) .364     1. Lacey Guinn (1993-94)                        88.2 (60-68)
3. Kara Liggett (2001-02)                                 56    9. Sara Ludwig (1997-1999)                     (31-86) .360     2. Stephanie Mundschau (1994-95)                87.3 (48-55)
4. Leslie Tassin (1988-89)                                55    10.Jessica Garcia (1993-1997)                (147-412) .357     3. Kadie Riverin (2007-08)                    85.0 (130-153)
5. Glenda Jensen (1987-88)                                53                                                                    4. Latrice Elder (2003-04)                      84.8 (28-33)
6. Tara Watts (2009-10)                                   52    SiNgLe gAMe • FRee THROwS MAde                                  5. Charity Shira (1988-89)                    84.5 (153-181)
7. Lacey Guinn (1994-95)                                  50    1.   Holly Jones (vs. UC Santa Barbara, 11-30-85)         18    6. Lindsey Maynard (2002-03)                    83.9 (52-62)
8. Jessica Goswitz (2009-10)                              40    2.   Charity Shira (vs. Eastern Michigan, 12-29-88)       17    7. Jackie Stanley (2000-10)                   82.3 (102-124)
9. Tara Watts (2008-09)                                   39    3.   Amelia Cooper (at SMU, 01-18-89)                     15    8. Kadie Riverin (2005-06)                     81.0 (85-105)
10.Kara Liggett (2000-01)                                 38    4.   Pennie Goff (vs. Baylor, 03-03-84)                   14    9. Annie Peck (2003-04)                         80.4 (45-56)
   Krystal Frazier (2006-07)                              38    4.   Holly Jones (vs. Dayton, 12-20-86)                   14    10.Jessica Garcia (1996-97)                     80.3 (57-71)
                                                                4.   Charity Shira (vs. Arkansas, 02-28-89)               14
SeASON • 3-POiNT Fg ATTeMPTed                                   4.   Marla Brumfield (at BYU, 02-20-97)                   14
                                                                                                                                CAReeR • FRee THROwS MAde
1. Jenny Cafferty (1999-2000)                            166    4.   Jennifer Rigg (vs. Richmond, 11-24-00)               14
                                                                                                                                1. Holly Jones (1984-87)                                 515
2. Kara Liggett (2001-02)                                150    9.   Holly Jones (at Texas, 01-03-87)                     13
                                                                9.   Yalonda Stiner (vs. TCU, 02-20-91)                   13    2. Lauren Neaves (2003-07)                               488
3. Jessica Garcia (1996-97)                              141                                                                    3. Marla Brumfield (1997-2000)                           396
                                                                9.   Kate Beckler (vs. Grambling State, 12-06-00)         13
4. Tara Watts (2009-10)                                  137                                                                    4. Pennie Goff (1981-84)                                 384
                                                                9.   Valeriya Berezhynska (vs. Clemson, 11-23-07)         13
   Leslie Tassin (1988-89)                               137    9.   Jackie Stanley (vs. Tulsa, 01-30-10)                 13    5. Kadie Riverin (2004-08)                               239
6. Glenda Jensen (1987-88)                               132                                                                    6. Yalonda Stiner (1990-93)                              381
7. Tara Watts (2008-09)                                  128                                                                    7. Tammy McCallum (1993-96)                              357
                                                                SiNgLe gAMe • FRee THROw ATTeMPTS
8. Krystal Frazier (2006-07)                             128    1. Amelia Cooper (at SMU, 01-18-89)                       22    8. Valeriya Berezhynska (2004-08)                        315
9. Kate Beckler (2000-01)                                116    2. Holly Jones (vs. Dayton, 12-20-86)                     21    9. Kirra Jordan (1997-2000)                              253
10.Jessica Goswitz (2009-10)                             115    3. Charity Shira (vs. Eastern Michigan, 12-29-88)         19    10. Edith Adams (1985-88)                                242
                                                                4. Holly Jones (vs. UC-Santa Barbara, 11-30-85)           18
SeASON • 3-POiNT Fg PeRCeNTAge                                  4. Holly Jones (at Baylor, 02-18-87)                      18    CAReeR • FRee THROwS ATTeMPTS
(Minumum - 25 Made)                                             6. Pennie Goff (vs. Baylor, 03-03-84)                     17    1.   Holly Jones (1984-87)                               770
1. LaToya Brown (2001-02)                    (25-49) .510          Holly Jones (at Texas, 01-03-87)                       17    2.   Lauren Neaves (2003-07)                             674
2. Marsha Frese (1990-91)                    (25-53) .472          D’Frantz Smart (at Memphis, 01-23-10)                  17    3.   Pennie Goff (1981-84)                               608
3. Jenny Cafferty (1999-2000)               (74-166) .446       9. Holly Jones (vs. Arkansas, 01-18-86)                   16
                                                                                                                                4.   Marla Brumfield (1997-2000)                         581
4. Karen Sowada (1986-87)                    (35-79) .443          Jennifer Rigg (vs. Richmond, 11-24-00)                 16
                                                                                                                                5.   Yalonda Stiner (1990-93)                            558
5. Lacey Guinn (1994-95)                    (50-113) .442                                                                       6.   Tammy McCallum (1993-96)                            533
6. Jessica Garcia (1993-94)                  (30-69) .435       SiNgLe gAMe • FRee THROw PeRCeNTAge                             7.   Kadie Riverin (2004-08)                             456
7. Leslie Tassin (1986-87)                   (26-61) .426       (Minumum - 9 Made)
                                                                                                                                8.   Valeriya Berezhynska (2004-08)                      414
8. Jessica Garcia (1996-97)                 (59-141) .418       1. Holly Jones (vs. UC Santa Barbara, 11-30-85) (18-18) 100.0
                                                                                                                                9.   Edith Adams (1985-88)                               382

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                                              INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
10. Kirra Jordan (1997-2000)                         347    5.   Evenda Barnes (1991-92)                      10.0   2.   Johnetta Hayes (vs. Hawai`i, 01-30-03)          7
                                                            6.   Valeriya Berezhynska (2007-08)                9.9   3.   Evenda Barnes (at Texas A&M, 02-27-91)          6
CAREER FREE THROW PERCENTAGE                                6.   Goya Qualls (1978-79)                         9.7   3.   Debi Williams (at Houston, 01-13-96)            6
(Minumum - 60 Made)                                         6.   Pennie Goff (1982-83)                         9.7   3.   Johnetta Hayes (vs. Hawai`i, 01-17-02)          6
1. Kadie Riverin (2004-08)                80.9 (369-456)    8.   Holly Jones (1985-86)                         9.6   3.   Johnetta Hayes (at Houston, 03-13-02)           6
2. Charity Shira (1988-89)                80.7 (213-264)    9.   Edith Adams (1984-85)                         9.5   3.   Johnetta Hayes (vs. Idaho State, 12-06-02)      6
3. Lacey Guinn (1991-95)                  80.4 (135-168)                                                             3.   Johnetta Hayes (at San Jose State, 02-27-03)    6
4. Kate Beckler (2000-04)                  78.0 (99-127)    CAReeR • RebOUNdS                                        3.   Lauren Neaves (vs. Louisiana Tech, 03-13-04)    6
5. Marsha Frese (1991-94)                   77.5 (69-89)    1. Lauren Neaves (2003-07)                        1190   3.   Lauren Neaves (at Rhode Island, 12-23-04)       6
6. Lindsey Maynard (2000-04)              77.4 (229-296)    2. Goya Qualls (1979-82)                           991   3.   Lauren Neaves (vs. Kent State, 12-04-04)        6
7. Valeriya Berezhynska (2004-08)         76.1 (315-414)    3. Holly Jones (1985-87)                           889
8. Leslie Tassin (1986-89)                 75.8 (97-128)    4. Pennie Goff (1981-84)                           855   SeASON • bLOCked SHOTS
9. Kara Liggett (1999-2003)                75.7 (81-107)    5. Pat Krieger (1979-82)                           740   1. Lauren Neaves (2003-04)                          84
10.Latrice Elder (2003-06)                 75.2 (79-105)    6. Edith Adams (1985-88)                           710   2. Lauren Neaves (2004-05)                          73
                                                            6. Yalonda Stiner (1990-93)                        710   2. Lauren Neaves (2005-06)                          73
SiNgLe gAMe • RebOUNdS                                      8. Valeriya Berezhynska (2004-08)                  687   4. Johnetta Hayes (2001-02)                         70
1.   Goya Qualls (vs. Hardin-Simmons, 02-15-80)       23    9. Brenda Conaway (1992-95)                        680   5. Lauren Neaves (2006-07)                          59
2.   Amelia Cooper (vs. McNeese State, 11-29-88)      21    10.Tammy McCallum (1993-96)                        670   6. Evenda Barnes (1990-91)                          49
3.   Amelia Cooper (vs. SMU, 01-16-88)                20                                                             7. Michelle Woods (2003-04)                         41
3.   Lauren Neaves (vs. Texas A&M, 12-01-06)          20    CAReeR • RebOUNd AVeRAge                                 8. Evenda Barnes (1991-92)                          38
3.   Valeriya Berezhynska (vs. Tulane, 03-03-07)      20    1. Evenda Barnes (1991-92)                        10.1   9. Nicki Manzo (1991-92)                            36
3.   Valeriya Berezhynska (vs. Marshall, 02-28-08)    20    2. Lauren Neaves (2003-07)                         9.4   10.Edith Adams (1986-87)                            35
7.   Amelia Cooper (vs. Tulane, 11-26-88)             19    3. Pennie Goff (1981-84)                           8.9   10.Robin Castell (1989-90)                          35
7.   Amelia Cooper (vs. Baylor, 01-24-89)             19    4. Goya Qualls (1979-82)                           8.7   10.Nicki Manzo (1992-93)                            35
7.   Evenda Barnes (at Texas State, 02-05-91)         19    5. Holly Jones (1985-87)                           8.5
7.   Valeriya Berezhynska (vs. ECU, 03-01-08)         19    6. Johnetta Hayes (2001-04)                        8.1   CAReeR • bLOCked SHOTS
                                                            7. Amelia Cooper (1985-89)                         7.7   1. Lauren Neaves (2003-07)                          289
SiNgLe gAMe • OFFeNSiVe RebOUNdS                            8. Edith Adams (1985-88)                           7.0   2. Johnetta Hayes (2001-04)                         142
1.   Tammy McCallum (vs. Baylor, 02-28-96)            10    9. Angelica Smith (1995-98)                        6.8   3. Edith Adams (1985-88)                            114
1.   Debi Williams (at Texas Southern, 12-28-96)      10    10.Pat Krieger (1979-82)                           6.6   4. Nicki Manzo (1992-95)                            108
1.   Kim Smallwood (at Tulsa, 01-23-99)               10                                                             5. Kirra Jordan (1997-2000)                          93
4.   Edith Adams (vs. Tulane, 12-8-84)                 9                                                             5. Valeriya Berezhynska (2004-Present)               93
                                                            SiNgLe gAMe • ASSiSTS
4.   Amelia Cooper (vs. McNeese State, 11-29-88)       9                                                             7. Robin Castell (1987-90)                           89
                                                            1.   D’Frantz Smart (vs. Tulsa, 2-20-09)           12
4.   Tammy McCallum (vs. New Orleans, 01-03-94)        9                                                             8. Evenda Barnes (1991-92)                           87
                                                            1.   Kim LaLonde (vs. TCU, 02-18-95)               12
4.   Angelica Smith (vs. UNLV, 11-24-95)               9                                                             9. Michelle Woods (2001-05)                          80
4.   Daneesh McIntosh (vs. UTEP, 02-07-02)             9    1.   Charonda Wilson (vs. UNLV, 01-14-99)          12
                                                            3.   Dede Brantley (at Houston, 02-07-87)          11    10.Brenda Conaway (1992-95)                          62
4.   Lauren Neaves (vs. Fresno State, 01-22-04)        9
4.   Lauren Neaves (vs. East Carolina, 03-04-07)       9    3.   Leslie Tassin (at Baylor, 02-25-89)           11
                                                            3.   Kadie Riverin (at UCLA, 11-18-07)             11    SiNgLe gAMe • STeALS
                                                            6.   Valeriya Berezhynska (at Tulane, 02-14-08)    10    1.   Evenda Barnes at Texas-Arlington, 01-05-91)     8
SiNgLe gAMe • deFeNSiVe RebOUNdS                                                                                     1.   Brenda Conaway vs. TCU, 01-19-94)               8
                                                            6.   Kadie Riverin (vs. Marshall, 02-28-08)        10
1.   Amelia Cooper (vs. Baylor, 01-24-89)             16
                                                            6.   Seven Other Times                             10    1.   Charonda Wilson vs. San Diego St., 01-25-98)    8
2.   Amelia Cooper (vs. SMU, 01-16-88)                15
                                                                                                                     4.   18 Times                                        7
2.   Evenda Barnes (at Texas State, 02-05-91)         15
2.   Yalonda Stiner (vs. UTEP, 12-05-92)              15    SeASON • ASSiSTS
2.   Lauren Neaves (vs. Texas A&M, 12-01-06)          15    1. Dede Brantley (1986-87)                        152    SeASON • STeALS
2.   Valeriya Berezhynska (at Tulane, 01-07-07)       15    2. Charonda Wilson (1998-99)                      145    1. Dede Brantley (1986-87)                          105
7.   Amelia Cooper (vs. Tulane, 11-26-88)             14    3. Marla Brumfield (1999-2000)                    143    2. Charonda Wilson (1997-98)                         96
7.   Amelia Cooper (at TCU, 01-14-89)                 14    3. Kadie Riverin (2006-07)                        143    3. Dede Brantley (1985-86)                           94
7.   Lauren Neaves (vs. Ole Miss, 11-17-06)           14    5. Leslie Tassin (1988-89)                        138    4. Marla Brumfield (1999-2000)                       89
7.   Lauren Neaves (vs. Houston, 02-03-06)            14    6. Dede Brantley (1985-86)                        137    5. Marla Brumfield (1998-99)                         88
7.   Valeriya Berezhynska (vs. Tulane, 03-03-07)      14    7. D’Frantz Smart (2009-10)                       130    6. Evenda Barnes (1990-91)                           86
7.   Valeriya Berezhynska (vs. ECU, 03-01-08)         14    8. Yalonda Stiner (1991-92)                       128    7. Andrea Prater (1989-90)                           76
                                                            9. Kim Lawson (2002-03)                           127    8. Marla Brumfield (1997-98)                         74
SeASON • RebOUNdS                                           10.Kim LaLonde (1984-85)                          126    9. Kathy Barnard (1980-81)                           73
1. Lauren Neaves (2005-06)                           344                                                             10.Goya Qualls (1981-82)                             72
2. Lauren Neaves (2006-07)                           315    CAReeR • ASSiSTS                                         10.Charonda Wilson (1998-99)                         72
3. Amelia Cooper (1988-89)                           306    1. Kim Lawson (1999-2003)                         475
4. Lauren Neaves (2004-05)                           301    2. Dede Brantley (1983-87)                        452    CAReeR • STeALS
5. Evenda Barnes (1990-91)                           283    3. Kadie Riverin (2004-08)                        419    1. Marla Brumfield (1996-2000)                      311
6. Evenda Barnes (1991-92)                           281    3. Charonda Wilson (1996-99)                      410    2. Dede Brantley (1984-87)                          306
7. Goya Qualls (1978-79)                             280    4. Marla Brumfield (1996-2000)                    405    3. Charonda Wilson (1996-99)                        272
8. Goya Qualls (1979-80)                             261    5. Yalonda Stiner (1990-93)                       370    4. Yalonda Stiner (1990-93)                         194
9. Goya Qualls (1980-81)                             260    6. Kim LaLonde (1993-96)                          364    5. Tammy McCallum (1993-96)                         190
10.Pennie Goff (1981-82)                             247    8. Jessica Garcia (1993-97)                       295    6. Holly Jones (1984-87)                            179
                                                            9. Krystal Frazier (2003-07)                      260    7. Andrea Prater (1988-92)                          178
SeASON • RebOUNd AVeRAge                                    10.D’Frantz Smart (2009-current)                  249    8. Brenda Conaway (1992-95)                         173
1.   Amelia Cooper (1988-89)                         11.8                                                            9. Kirra Jordan (1997-2000)                         166
2.   Lauren Neaves (2006-07)                         10.9   SiNgLe gAMe • bLOCked SHOTS                              10.Kim Lawson (1999-2003)                           166
3.   Lauren Neaves (2005-06)                         10.8   1. Lauren Neaves (at UAB, 02-24-06)                 8
4.   Evenda Barnes (1990-91)                         10.1   2. Melissa Wittmayer (at Tulane, 01-11-09)          7


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                                             ANNUAL LEADERS
SCORING                                                                     1987-88     Charity Shira          25   59-113    52.2
Year      Name                G    FGM-FGA   FTM-FTA       TP    AVG        1988-89     Amelia Cooper          26   215-399   53.9
1979-80   Pat Krieger         29   231-513    93-159      555    19.1       1989-90     Robin Castell          27   116-261   44.5
1980-81   Pat Krieger         28   193-405    85-121      471    16.8       1990-91     Jennifer Judy          28   148-294   50.3
1981-82   Pennie Goff         29   191-456    97-162      479    16.5       1991-92     Evenda Barnes          28   181-324   55.9
1982-83   Pennie Goff         22   165-350   137-215      467    21.2       1992-93     Brenda Conaway         27   119-250   47.6
1983-84   Holly Jones         26   175-333    85-140      435    16.7       1993-94     Nicki Manzo            27   108-219   49.3
1984-85   Holly Jones         26   145-363   115-169      405    15.6       1994-95     Brenda Conaway         27   139-272   51.1
1985-86   Holly Jones         25   151-307   137-206      439    17.6       1995-96     Tammy McCalllum        26   92-190    48.4
1986-87   Holly Jones         28   167-359   178-255      512    18.3       1996-97     Charonda Wilson        26   57-118    48.3
1987-88   Edith Adams         25   107-231   102-143      316    12.6       1997-98     Suzanne Koy            30    51-99    51.5
1988-89   Amelia Cooper       26   215-399   103-173      533    20.5       1998-99     Kim Smallwood          32   122-258   47.3
1989-90   Yalonda Stiner      27   115-277    60-97       291    10.8       1999-2000   Kirra Jordan           32   171-339   50.4
1990-91   Yalonda Stiner      28   154-355   104-146      412    14.7       2000-01     Daneesh McIntosh       30   59-118    50.0
1991-92   Evenda Barnes       28   181-324    71-102      434    15.5       2001-02     Daneesh McIntosh       30   70-168    41.7
1992-93   Yalonda Stiner      26   145-415   106-150      400    15.4       2002-03     Johnetta Hayes         28   139-293   47.4
1993-94   Brenda Conaway      26   142-313    72-93       356    13.7       2003-04     Lauren Neaves          32   120-251   48.7
1994-95   Brenda Conaway      27   139-272    68-103      346    12.8       2004-05     Lauren Neaves          33   147-321   45.8
1995-96   Jennifer Hamilton   27   113-239    64-96       290    10.7       2005-06     Kadie Riverin          32   99-192    51.6
1996-97   Marla Brumfield     27   129-307    81-118      350    13.0       2006-07     Lauren Neaves          29   163-315   51.7
1997-98   Marla Brumfield     30   146-378    91-144      407    13.6       2007-08     Valeriya Berezhynska   23   126-296   42.6
1998-99   Marla Brumfield     32   160-436   127-176      464    14.5       2008-09     Emery Carter           30   63-142    44.4
1999-2000 Marla Brumfield     32   185-424    97-143      482    15.1       2009-10     Jackie Stanley         28   140-352   39.8
2000-01   Kate Beckler        29   112-354    57-78       247     8.5
2001-02   Kara Liggett        30   118-308    31-42       323    10.8       REBOUNDING
2002-03   Johnetta Hayes      28   139-293    79-110      362    12.9       Year        Name                   G     REB      AVG
2003-04   Lindsey Maynard     32   127-288    73-95       354    11.1       1979-80     Goya Qualls            29    261       9.0
2004-05   Lauren Neaves       33   147-321   141-207      435    13.2       1980-81     Goya Qualls            28    260       9.3
2005-06   Lauren Neaves       32   181-387   140-175      502    15.7       1981-82     Pennie Goff            29    247       8.5
2006-07   Lauren Neaves       29   163-315   122-169      449    15.5       1982-83     Pennie Goff            22    213       9.7
2007-08   Kadie Riverin       31   131-319   130-153      405    13.1       1983-84     Pennie Goff            17    142       8.4
2008-09   Maudess Fulton      30   134-366    55-81       339    11.3       1984-85     Edith Adams            25    238       9.5
2009-10   Jackie Stanley      28   140-352   102-124      384    13.7       1985-86     Holly Jones            25    241       9.6
                                                                            1986-87     Holly Jones            28    239       8.5
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE                                                       1987-88     Amelia Cooper          25    214       8.6
Year        Name                      G        FGM-FGA           PCT        1988-89     Amelia Cooper          26    306      11.8
1979-80     Gay Lunday                29        111-227          48.8       1989-90     Yalonda Stiner         27    190       7.0
1980-81     Pat Krieger               28        193-405          47.8       1990-91     Evenda Barnes          28    283      10.1
1981-82     Goya Qualls               29        145-326          44.5       1991-92     Evenda Barnes          28    281      10.0
1982-83     Pennie Goff               22        165-350          47.1       1992-93     Yalonda Stiner         26    196       7.5
1983-84     Holly Jones               26        175-333          52.6       1993-94     Brenda Conaway         26    210       8.1
1984-85     Edith Adams               25         98-192          51.0       1994-95     Brenda Conaway         27    193       7.1
1985-86     Holly Jones               25        151-307          49.2       1995-96     Tammy McCallum         26    197       7.6
1986-87     Edith Adams               26         82-164          50.0       1996-97     Angelica Smith         24    165       6.9

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                                        ANNUAL LEADERS
1997-98     Kirra Jordan           30     191             6.4       2006-07     Kadie Riverin       33   128-161   79.5
1998-99     Kim Smallwood          32     211             6.6       2007-08     Kadie Riverin       31   130-153   85.0
1999-2000   Kirra Jordan           32     206             6.4       2008-09     Megan Elliott       24    62-83    74.7
2000-01     Kenya Tuttle           30     232             7.7       2009-10     Jackie Stanley      28   102-124   .823
2001-02     Johnetta Hayes         29     239             8.2
2002-03     Johnetta Hayes         28     224             8.0       ASSISTS
2003-04     Lauren Neaves          32     230             7.2       Year        Name                G     AST      AVG
2004-05     Lauren Neaves          33     301             9.1       1979-80     Goya Qualls         29     40       1.4
2005-06     Lauren Neaves          32     344            10.8       1980-81     Goya Qualls         28    100       3.6
2006-07     Lauren Neaves          29     315            10.9       1981-82     Goya Qualls         29    100       3.4
2007-08     Valeriya Berezhynska   23     227             9.9       1982-83     Kathy Barnard       26     78       3.0
2008-09     Megan Elliott          24     138             5.8       1983-84     Dede Brantley       26     71       2.7
            Emery Carter           30     173             5.8       1984-85     Dede Brantley       24     92       3.8
2009-10     Jackie Stanley         30     190             6.8       1985-86     Dede Brantley       26    137       5.3
                                                                    1986-87     Dede Brantley       28    152       5.4
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE                                               1987-88     Leslie Tassin       23     61       2.7
Year        Name                   G    FTM-FTA          PCT        1988-89     Leslie Tassin       27    138       5.1
1979-80     Lorraine Schunck       28    68-91           74.7       1989-90     Lori Thomas         27    113       4.2
1980-81     Pat Krieger            28    85-121          70.2       1990-91     Bernie Otting       28    117       4.2
1981-82     Pat Krieger            27    96-132          72.7       1991-92     Yalonda Stiner      28    128       4.6
1982-83     Pennie Goff            22   137-215          63.7       1992-93     Yalonda Stiner      26     78       3.0
1983-84     Kathy Skupin-Landry    23    40-55           72.7       1993-94     Jessica Garcia      27    104       3.9
1984-85     Holly Jones            26   115-169          68.3       1994-95     Kim LaLonde         27    126       4.7
1985-86     Marci Zajac            26    43-62           69.4       1995-96     Kim LaLonde         27    122       4.5
1986-87     Holly Jones            28   178-255          69.8       1996-97     Charonda Wilson     26     82       3.2
1987-88     Charity Shira          25    60-83           72.3       1997-98     Charonda Wilson     30    122       4.1
1988-89     Charity Shira          27   153-181          84.5       1998-99     Charonda Wilson     32    145       4.5
1989-90     Yalonda Stiner         27    60-97           61.9       1999-2000   Marla Brumfield     32    143       4.5
1990-91     Bernie Otting          28    47-61           77.1       2000-01     Kim Lawson          29    122       4.2
1991-92     Lacey Guinn            28    28-35           80.0       2001-02     Kim Lawson          30    105       3.5
1992-93     Tammy McCallum         27    95-134          70.9       2002-03     Kim Lawson          27    127       4.7
1993-94     Lacey Guinn            27    60-68           88.2       2003-04     Eshombi Singleton   31    113       3.6
1994-95     Stephanie Mundschau    27    48-55           87.3       2004-05     Eshombi Singleton   29    104       3.6
1995-96     Suzanne Koy            27    24-29           82.8       2005-06     Kadie Riverin       32    120       3.8
1996-97     Jessica Garcia         27    57-71           80.3       2006-07     Kadie Riverin       33    143       4.3
1997-98     Kirra Jordan           30    78-105          74.3       2007-08     Kadie Riverin       31    119       3.8
1998-99     Marla Brumfield        32   127-176          72.2       2008-09     D’Frantz Smart      30    119       4.6
1999-2000   Kirra Jordan           32    80-101          79.2       2009-10     D’Frantz Smart      30    130       4.3
2000-01     Kara Liggett           30    23-30           76.7
2001-02     Michelle Woods         22    26-33           78.8
2002-03     Lindsey Maynard        28    52-65           83.9
2003-04     Latrice Elder          25    28-33           84.8
2004-05     Eshombi Singleton      29    45-62           72.6
2005-06     Kadie Riverin          32    85-105          81.0

                                                  2010-11 RICE BASKETBALL FACT BOOK                                       47
                                                      25-POINT GAMES
                                                      Marla Brumfield (1996-2000)                     Lauren Neaves (2003-07)
 CAREER 25-POINT GAMES                                Date        Opponent                   Points   Date       Opponent                  Points
 Player                          Years        No.     01-02-97    SMU                            26   03-05-05   SMU                           29
 Holly Jones                    1984-87        12     02-20-97    BYU                            25   11-21-05   Texas Tech                    27
 Amelia Cooper                  1985-89         8     02-22-98    Hawai`i                        33   01-08-06   UCF                           26
                                                      11-15-98    Illinois State                 31   02-06-06   East Carolina                 29
 Lauren Neaves                  2003-07         8     11-22-98    LSU                            25   03-03-06   Houston                       29
 Pat Krieger                    1979-82         7     02-20-00    Hawai`i                        33   03-04-06   SMU                           36
 Pennie Goff                    1981-84         7     03-11-00    SMU                            27   11-17-06   Mississippi                   28
 Marla Brumfield               1996-2000        7                                                     02-03-07   Tulane                        27
 Goya Qualls                    1979-82         6     Brenda Conaway (1992-95)
                                                      Date       Opponent                    Points   Katie Osten (1982-83)
 Yalonda Stiner                 1990-93         5     02-18-93   Prairie View A&M                26   Date         Opponent                Points
 Charity Shira                  1987-89         4     01-12-94   SMU                             32   01-22-82     Texas A&I                   27
 Brenda Conaway                 1992-95         3     12-09-94   Prairie View A&M                43
 Krystal Frazier                2003-07         3                                                     Goya Qualls (1979-82)
 Valeriya Berezhynska           2004-08         3     Amelia Cooper (1985-89)                         Date        Opponent                 Points
                                                      Date       Opponent                    Points   01-17-80    Angelina JC                  26
 Jackie Stanley                 2009-10         3     11-29-88   McNeese State                   36   01-26-80    Texas A&I                    34
 Glenda Jenson                  1985-88         2     12-18-88   Texas Southern                  29   01-10-81    Louisiana-Lafayette          29
 Leslie Tassin                  1987-89         2     01-04-89   Houston                         27   01-19-81    Texas State                  26
 Evenda Barnes                  1990-92         2     01-07-89   Texas Tech                      25   11-26-81    Harvard                      25
 Jessica Garcia                 1993-97         2     01-18-89   SMU                             37   02-15-82    Huston-Tillotson             35
                                                      02-11-89   Texas                           27
 Angelica Smith                 1995-98         2     02-14-89   TCU                             27   Jennifer Rigg (2000-02)
 Kirra Jordan                  1996-2000        2     02-25-89   Baylor                          27   Date         Opponent                Points
 Kadie Riverin                  2004-08         2                                                     11-24-00     Richmond                    26
 Katie Osten                    1982-83         1     Maudess Fulton (2004-Current)
 Valerie Ziegler                1982-85         1     Date       Opponent                    Points   Kadie Riverin (2004-08)
                                                      11-18-07   UCLA                            27   Date         Opponent                Points
 Edith Adams                    1985-88         1                                                     02-24-06     UAB                         25
 Jennifer Rigg                  2000-02         1     Krystal Frazier (2003-07)                       12-06-07     TCU                         25
 Kate Beckler                   2000-04         1     Date         Opponent                  Points
 Johnetta Hayes                 2001-04         1     03-09-05     Nevada                        25   Charity Shira (1987-89)
 Maudess Fulton                 2004-09         1     01-06-06     Southern Miss                 25   Date         Opponent                Points
                                                      03-04-07     East Carolina                 27   11-26-88     Tulane                      28
 D’Frantz Smart               2009-current      1                                                     12-07-88     Sam Houston State           30
                                                      Jessica Garcia (1993-97)                        12-29-88     Eastern Michigan            33
 MOST 25-POINT GAMES SEASON                           Date        Opponent                   Points   02-28-89     Arkansas                    28
                                                      01-25-97    BYU                            25
 Player                         Season        No.     02-15-97    UTEP                           29   D’Frantz Smart (2009-Present)
 Amelia Cooper                  1988-89         8                                                     Date        Opponent                 Points
 Holly Jones                    1985-86         7     Pennie Goff (1981-84)                           12-06-08    UT-Arlington                 26
 Pennie Goff                    1982-83         5     Date         Opponent                  Points
 Lauren Neaves                  2004-05         5     01-21-82     Texas Pan American            27   Angelica Smith (1995-98)
                                                      01-22-82     Texas A&I                     25   Date       Opponent                  Points
 Charity Shira                  1988-89         4     11-20-82     Southwestern                  30   12-02-95   Bradley                       30
 Yalonda Stiner                 1992-93         4     11-30-82     Paul Quinn                    37   02-12-98   Fresno State                  25
 Pat Krieger                    1980-81         3     01-08-83     Texas A&M                     41
 Holly Jones                    1983-84         3     01-15-83     TCU                           28   Jackie Stanley (2009-10 – current)
 Marla Brumfield                1997-98         3     02-10-83     Texas Tech                    30   Date        Opponent                 Points
                                                                                                      12-05-09    Sam Houston State            36
 Jackie Stanley                 2009-10         3     Johnetta Hayes (2001-04)                        02-07-10    UAB                          27
 Pat Krieger                    1979-80         2     Date        Opponent                   Points   01-08-10    at UTEP                      25
 Goya Qualls                    1979-80         2     01-18-03    UTEP                           28
 Goya Qualls                    1980-81         2                                                     Yalonda Stiner (1990-93)
 Pat Krieger                    1981-82         2     Glenda Jenson (1985-88)                         Date        Opponent                 Points
                                                      Date       Opponent                    Points   11-24-90    Bucknell                     27
 Pennie Goff                    1981-82         2     02-18-85   Lamar                           25   01-25-92    Texas A&M                    25
 Goya Qualls                    1981-82         2     02-11-86   Houston                         26   12-20-92    Saint Mary’s                 26
 Holly Jones                    1984-85         2                                                     01-30-93    Texas                        28
 Leslie Tassin                  1988-89         2     Holly Jones (1984-87)                           03-03-93    Houston                      26
 Marla Brumfield                1996-97         2     Date         Opponent                  Points
                                                      12-03-83     Alcorn State                  25   Leslie Tassin (1987-89)
 Jessica Garcia                 1996-97         2     12-06-83     Texas State                   26   Date         Opponent                Points
 Marla Brumfield               1999-2000        2     12-13-83     Dartmouth                     25   12-30-88     Prairie View A&M            28
 Lauren Neaves                  2006-07         2     01-26-85     Baylor                        28   01-10-89     Texas                       26
 Valeriya Berezhynska           2007-08         2     02-27-85     Baylor                        25
                                                      11-22-85     UT-Arlington                  25   Valerie Ziegler (1982-85)
                                                      11-30-85     UC-Santa Barbara              34   Date         Opponent                Points
Edith Adams (1985-88)                                 01-07-86     Texas Tech                    26   02-05-83     Baylor                      33
Date        Opponent                         Points   01-22-86     Baylor                        27
02-17-88    SMU                                  25   02-01-86     TCU                           26
                                                      02-15-86     Southwestern                  26
Evenda Barnes (1990-92)                               12-02-86     Sam Houston State             26
Date       Opponent                          Points
02-08-91   Houston                               26   Kirra Jordan (1996-2000)
01-22-92   Texas Tech                            29   Date         Opponent                  Points
                                                      02-07-98     Utah                          28
Kate Beckler (2000-2004)                              12-31-98     VCU                           25
Date        Opponent                         Points
12-06-00    Grambling State                      25   Pat Krieger (1979-82)
                                                      Date         Opponent                  Points
Valeriya Berezhynska (2004-2008)                      01-25-80     Midwestern (N)                34
Date        Opponent                         Points   02-05-80     Texas Southern                25
01-02-07    Houston                              31   11-21-80     New Mexico State              26
11-11-07    Winthrop                             31   01-30-81     SMU (N)                       29
02-21-08    SMU                                  26   02-19-81     Texas Wesleyan (N)            29
                                                      11-16-81     Prairie View A&M              33
                                                      11-21-81     TCU                           26

                                                      Molly Morrison (1988-90)
                                                      Date        Opponent                   Points
                                                      02-13-90    Baylor                         29




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                                    1,000 POINTS
Pat Krieger               1,851    Goya Qualls                         1,485        Maudess Fulton                1,005
Year              Games   Points   Year                 Games           Points      Year             Games        Points
1978-79            28       346    1978-79                 28                 342   2004-05           33            223
1979-80            29       555    1979-80                 29                 370   2005-06    Medical Redshirt
1980-81            28       471    1980-81                 28                 399   2006-07           33            191
1981-82            27       479    1981-82                 29                 374   2007-08           31            252
                                                                                    2008-09           30            339
Holly Jones               1,791    Kirra Jordan                        1,329
Year              Games   Points   Year                 Games           Points      Amelia Cooper                 1,001
1983-84            26       435    1996-97                 27                 161   Year             Games        Points
1984-85            26       405    1997-98                 30                 391   1984-85            7             27
1985-86            25       439    1998-99                 32                 353   1986-87           26            160
1986-87            28       512    1999-2000               32                 424   1987-88           25            281
                                                                                    1988-89           26            533
Lauren Neaves             1,711    Kadie Riverin                       1,155
Year              Games   Points   Year                 Games           Points      Tammy McCallum                1,000
2003-04            32       325    2004-05                 30                  84   Year             Games        Points
2004-05            33       435    2005-06                 32                 304   1992-93           27            247
2005-06            32       502    2006-07                 33                 362   1993-94           27            241
2006-07            29       449    2007-08                 31                 405   1994-95           27            234
                                                                                    1995-96           26            278
Marla Brumfield           1,703    Valeriya Berezhynska                1,076
Year              Games   Points   Year                 Games           Points      Jessica Garcia                1,000
1996-97            27       350    2004-05                 27                  95   Year             Games        Points
1997-98            30       407    2005-06                 32                 273   1992-93           27            219
1998-99            32       464    2006-07                 26                 316   1993-94           27            236
1999-2000          32       482    2007-08                 23                 392   1995-96           27            221
                                                                                    1996-97           27            324
Pennie Goff               1,564    Brenda Conaway                      1,072
Year              Games   Points   Year                 Games           Points
1980-81            28       377    1991-92                 28                 102
1981-82            29       479    1992-93                 27                 269
1982-83            22       467    1993-94                 26                 356
1983-84            17       241    1994-95                 27                 346


Yalonda Stiner            1,486    Krystal Frazier                     1,035
Year              Games   Points   Year                 Games           Points
1989-90            27       291    2003-04                 30                 101
1990-91            28       412    2004-05                 33                 376
1991-92            28       383    2005-06                 17                 228
1992-93            26       400    2006-07                 33                 330




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                                 OVERTIME gAMES • TOp 25 gAMES
OVERTIME BREAKDOWN                                                                           OPPONENT 100-POINT GAMES                                                                   02-12-94   No. 25 Texas A&M (SWC)              L, 66-50
Overall ...................................................................... 11-21         Date     Opponent                                                            Score         02-26-94   at No. 7 Texas Tech (SWC)           L, 92-70
Single Overtime ........................................................ 9-16                01-08-83 at Texas A&M (SWC)                                                  105-81        01-18-95   No. 22 Texas A&M (SWC)              L, 76-55
Double Overtime ......................................................... 1-2                01-14-84 No. 3 Texas (SWC)                                                   110-54        02-01-95   at No. 6 Texas Tech (SWC)           L, 84-56
Triple Overtime............................................................ 1-2              02-15-84 No. 1 Texas (SWC)                                                   113-50        03-01-95   No. 17 Texas Tech (SWC)             L, 76-45
Home ............................................................................. 4-8                                                                                                  11-25-95   at No. 9 Arkansas                   L, 81-68
                                                                                             02-18-84 at Texas Tech (SWC)                                                 104-54
Away ........................................................................... 5-12                                                                                                   02-02-96   at No. 8 Texas Tech (SWC)           L, 67-48
                                                                                             12-28-84 at Southeastern Louisiana                                           101-67        03-02-96   No. 9 Texas Tech (SWC)              L, 84-68
Neutral .......................................................................... 1-0       02-11-89 at No. 9 Texas (SWC)                                                103-61        12-03-96   No. 20 Arkansas                    W, 77-61
NA ......................................................................................2   02-28-89 at Arkansas (SWC)                                                   109-73        12-30-96   at No. 10 Texas Tech                L, 76-42
Non-Conference.......................................................... 7-7                 02-09-90 No. 6 Texas (SWC)                                                   103-48        11-30-97   at No. 16 Colorado                  L, 53-49
SWC............................................................................... 2-4                                                                                                  02-07-98   at No. 17 Utah (WAC)                L, 74-66
                                                                                             03-06-91 vs. No. 14 Texas (SWC Tourney)                                      108-61
WAC .............................................................................. 1-5                                                                                                  02-22-98   No. 16 Hawai`i (WAC)               W, 76-71
                                                                                             02-22-92 at No. 20 Texas Tech                                                105-66
C-USA............................................................................ 0-4                                                                                                   02-27-98   No. 18 Utah (WAC)                  W, 59-48
                                                                                             01-27-93 at No. 14 Texas Tech                                                101-48
WAC Tournament ........................................................ 1-0                                                                                                             12-06-98   No. 14 Texas Tech                   L, 79-57
                                                                                             03-09-94 vs. Texas (SWC Tourney)                                             102-57
WNIT ............................................................................. 1-1                                                                                                  01-10-99   at No. 8 Colorado State (WAC) L, 63-45
                                                                                             11-18-05 at Mississippi                                                      110-63
                                                                                                                                                                                        02-04-99   No. 5 Colorado State (WAC)          L, 67-50
SINGLE OVERTIME                                                                                                                                                                         03-05-99   vs. No. 4 Colorado State (WAC Trn.) L, 70-52
Date      Opponent                                                          Result           S - HBU’s Sharp Gym                                                                        11-23-99   at No. 17 Texas Tech                L, 69-52
NA-NA-79 at Louisiana-Lafayette                                            L, 70-68          SWC - Southwest Conference                                                                 03-18-00   at No. 9 UCSB (NCAA)               W, 67-64
NA-NA-80 at Prairie View                                                   W, 61-55          WAC - Western Athletic Conference                                                          11-12-00   at No. 9 Louisiana Tech             L, 85-54
02-05-80  Texas Southern                                                   L, 75-68          C-USA - Conference USA                                                                     12-28-00   No. 10 Texas Tech                   L, 63-56
02-05-83  Baylor (SWC)                                                     L, 77-72          WNIT - Women’s National Invitation Tournament                                              12-31-00   at No. 3 Notre Dame                 L, 80-40
01-15-85  Houston (SWC)                                                    L, 75-64                                                                                                     12-01-01   No. 22 George Washington           W, 67-54
                                                                                             TOP 25 BREAKDOWN                                                                           12-05-01   No. 14 Texas Tech                   L, 74-43
12-06-85  Tulane                                                           L, 70-67
                                                                                             Overall ........................................................................ 9-76      12-20-01   at No. 24 Louisiana State           L, 72-47
01-22-86  at Baylor (SWC)                                                  L, 56-54                                                                                                     01-26-02   at No. 8 Louisiana Tech (WAC) L, 88-42
02-24-90  Texas A&M (SWC)                                                  L, 74-69          Home ........................................................................... 8-30
                                                                                             Away ........................................................................... 1-36      02-21-02   No. 7 Louisiana Tech (WAC)         W, 57-56
01-25-92  Texas A&M (SWC)                                                  W, 85-83                                                                                                     12-07-02   No. 13 Arkansas                     L, 63-50
12-05-92  UTEP                                                             W, 69-64          Neutral .......................................................................... 0-7
                                                                                             No. 1 .............................................................................. 0-5   12-30-02   No. 8 Texas Tech                    L, 70-66
12-20-92  at Saint Mary’s (Calif.)                                         L, 85-79                                                                                                     01-25-03   at No. 11 Louisiana Tech (WAC) L, 79-65
03-03-93  at Houston (SWC)                                                 W, 74-70          No. 1-10 ....................................................................... 4-40
                                                                                                                                                                                        02-20-03   No. 7 Louisiana Tech (WAC)          L, 80-63
01-18-97  at New Mexico (WAC)                                              L, 60-57          No. 11-25 ..................................................................... 5-35       11-29-03   No. 18 Louisiana State              L, 73-51
11-15-98  at Illinois State                                                L, 76-74          Non-Conference........................................................ 4-21                12-18-03   No. 7 Stanford                      L, 72-62
12-31-98  at VCU                                                           W, 77-72          Conference................................................................. 4-47           01-05-04   No. 8 Louisiana Tech (WAC)         W, 86-85
03-14-99  at Baylor (WNIT)                                                 W, 62-60          Postseason................................................................... 1-8          03-04-04   at No. 7 Louisiana Tech (WAC) L, 79-65
03-07-01  vs. Nevada (WAC Tourney)                                         W, 60-56                                                                                                     03-13-04   vs. No. 11 La. Tech (WAC Tourn.) L, 76-52
12-30-01  at Tulsa (WAC)                                                   L, 67-61          RICE VS. AP TOP 25 OPPONENTS                                                               11-14-04   at No. 24 Arizona                   L, 68-43
                                                                                             Date       Opponent Result                                                                 11-22-04   at No. 12 Texas Tech                L, 66-55
01-11-03  at Tulsa (WAC)                                                   L, 59-58
                                                                                             02-16-83   No. 3 Texas (SWC)               L, 96-62                                        11-30-04   at No. 9 Baylor                     L, 77-65
01-05-04  No. 8 Louisiana Tech (WAC)                                       W, 87-86
                                                                                             03-11-83   at No. 3 Texas (SWC Tourney) L, 100-49                                          03-19-05   vs. No. 20 Georgia (NCAA)           L, 75-49
01-02-07  at Houston (C-USA)                                               L, 91-86          01-14-84   No. 3 Texas (SWC)              L, 110-54                                        11-21-05   No. 14 Texas Tech                  W, 73-70
11-11-07  at Winthrop                                                      W, 63-54          02-15-84   at No. 1 Texas (SWC)           L, 113-50                                        12-17-05   No. 10 Stanford                     L, 83-53
02-07-08  SMU (C-USA) (S)                                                  L, 70-68          01-09-85   No. 3 Texas (SWC)               L, 76-42                                        12-01-06   No. 10 Texas A&M                   W, 79-66
12-21-08  at Lafayette                                                     L, 79-76          01-12-85   at No. 17 Texas Tech (SWC)      L, 97-67                                        12-30-07   at No. 10 Baylor                    L, 76-51
01-23-10  at Memphis (C-USA)                                               L, 59-58          02-10-85   at No. 1 Texas (SWC)            L, 75-50                                        02-16-08   at No. 24 UTEP (C-USA)              L, 65-53
02-25-10  Tulane (C-USA)                                                   L, 81-69          02-12-85   No. 16 Texas Tech (SWC)         L, 71-60                                        03-07-08   vs. No. 18 UTEP (C-USA Tourney) L, 80-71
                                                                                             01-04-86   No. 1 Texas (SWC)               L, 70-38                                        11-23-08   No. 10 Baylor                       L, 83-58
DOUBLE OVERTIME 1-2                                                                          02-05-86   at No. 1 Texas (SWC)            L, 78-46                                        11-18-09   at No.15/8 Texas A&M                L, 86-50
Date     Opponent                                                           Result           01-03-87   at No. 2 Texas (SWC)            L, 85-53
01-27-87 at TCU (SWC)                                                      L, 88-84          01-31-87   No. 1 Texas (SWC)               L, 96-63
01-10-98 at Tulsa (WAC)                                                    L, 84-78          01-09-88   No. 5 Texas (SWC)               L, 85-60
11-27-06 Mississippi                                                       W, 92-91          02-09-88   No. 5 Texas (SWC)               L, 94-57
                                                                                             01-10-89   No. 14 Texas (SWC)              L, 92-65
                                                                                             02-11-89   at No. 9 Texas (SWC)           L, 103-61
TRIPLE OVERTIME 1-2
                                                                                             01-27-90   at No. 5 Texas (SWC)            L, 81-44
Date      Opponent                                                          Result
                                                                                             02-09-90   No. 6 Texas (SWC)              L, 103-48
01-23-97  Utah (WAC)                                                       L, 71-64          03-03-90   at No. 19 Arkansas (SWC)        L, 77-56
11-23-01  at Massacusetts                                                  W, 65-60          01-02-91   No. 14 Arkansas (SWC)           L, 70-52
03-15-07  at Illinois State (WNIT)                                         L, 71-61          01-11-91   No. 20 Texas (SWC)              L, 71-61
                                                                                             02-02-91   at No. 12 Arkansas (SWC)        L, 96-74
RICE 100-POINT GAMES                                                                         02-13-91   at No. 16 Texas (SWC)           L, 87-50
Date       Opponent                                                            Score         03-06-91   vs. No. 14 Texas (SWC Tourney) L, 108-61
01-06-94   Prairie View A&M                                                    102-43        01-18-92   at No. 11 Houston (SWC)         L, 92-48
12-09-94   Prairie View A&M                                                    114-34        01-22-92   No. 25 Texas Tech (SWC)         L, 86-63
12-28-96   Texas Southern                                                      108-42        02-19-92   No. 21 Houston (SWC)            L, 62-53
11-14-97   Texas Southern                                                      115-35        02-22-92   at No. 20 Texas Tech (SWC)     L, 105-66
                                                                                             03-08-92   at No. 22 Texas (SWC)           L, 84-49
                                                                                             03-11-92   vs. No. 19 Houston (SWC Tourney)L, 63-57
                                                                                             01-27-93   at No. 14 Texas Tech (SWC)     L, 101-48
                                                                                             01-30-93   at No. 13 Texas (SWC)           L, 74-61
                                                                                             02-24-93   No. 9 Texas Tech (SWC)          L, 89-53
                                                                                             02-27-93   No. 14 Texas (SWC)              L, 76-53
                                                                                             03-10-93   at vs. No. 10 Texas (SWC Tourney)L, 87-61
                                                                                             01-29-94   No. 6 Texas Tech (SWC)          L, 72-58


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Results of games before 1978-79 season are not           D8         vs. TCU (1)                              L, 55-51   All Home Games are Bold and played at Autry Court; (1) Sam
available. Dates and locations of games before the       J7         Lamar                                    L, 77-52   Houston Invitational (Huntsville, Texas); (2) Rice Invitational
1979-80 season are also unavailable.                     J11        at Trinity                              W, 87-45    (Autry Court); (3) Southwest Conference Invitational (Hofheinz
                                                         J12        at St. Mary’s                            L, 54-52   Pavilion); (4) Texas AIAW Zone Playoff (Autry Court); (5) Texas
All-Time Program Record               463-456            J17        at Angelina JC                          W, 83-73    AIAW State Championship (Belton, Texas).
All-Time Division I Record            411-422            J19        at Houston                               L, 91-56
All-Time Conference Record            200-232            J22        North Harris County                     W, 70-46    1981-82
All-Time Conference USA Record           36-44           J25        vs. Weatherford JC (2)                  W, 64-63    Coach: Linda Tucker
All-Time WAC Record                     106-40           J25        vs. Midwestern (2)                       L, 82-73   Record: 21-8
All-Time Southwest Conference Record    58-148           J26        vs. Southwestern (2)                     L, 60-49   Date     Opponent                                   Result
Postseason Appearances                       9           J28        Texas A&I                               W, 69-50    N13      vs. Angelo State (Huntsville)             W, 65-61
WNIT Appearances                             6           F1         Louisiana-Lafayette                      L, 73-60   N16      Prairie View                              W, 91-61
Conference Title Game Appearances            6           F2         at Lamar                                 L, 83-53   N21      TCU                                       W, 78-60
NCAA Touranment Appearances                  2           F5         Texas Southern                      L, 75-68 (OT)   N26      at Harvard (1)                            W, 67-52
Conference Tournament Championships          2           F7         vs. McNeese State (3)                    L, 70-50   N27      vs. Vanderbilt (1)                        L, 91-54
SWAIAW Tournament Appearances                1           F8         vs. Oakland (3)                         W, 71-67    D4       vs. Blinn JC (2)                          W, 54-47
Regular Season Conference Championships      1           F8         vs. Oklahoma State (3)                   L, 55-44   D4       vs. Tarleton State (2)                    W, 66-48
                                                         F12        at SMU                                  W, 73-71    D5       vs. Wharton JC (2)                        W, 64-49
1978-79                                                  F15        Hardin-Simmons (4)                      W, 65-62    D5       at Sam Houston State (2)                  W, 62-45
Coach: Linda Tucker                                      F21        vs. Angelo State (5)                    W, 62-49    D7       Southwestern Louisiana                    W, 69-64
Record: 12-16                                            F22        vs. Midwestern (5)                      W, 57-54    J4       San Jacinto JC                            W, 69-68
        Angelina JC 71, Rice 66                          F23        vs. Sam Houston State (5)                L, 81-71   J8       at Texas State                            W, 79-53
        Texas Southern 53, Rice 52                       All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court; (1)      J9       at Southwestern                           W, 73-53
        Prairie View 54, Rice 47                         Texas A&I Tournament (Kingsville, Texas); (2) Tarleton State   J12      at Texas A&M                              W, 59-47
        Rice 61, San Jacinto JC 45                       Invitational (Stephenville, Texas); (3) Houston Invitational   J15      Texas Southern                            L, 73-61
        Houston 76, Rice 53                              (Hofheinz Pavilion); (4) Texas AIAW Zone Playoff (Autry        J21      Texas Pan American (3)                    W, 82-58
        TCU 59, Rice 54                                  Court); (5) Texas AIAW State Championship (San Marcos,         J22      Texas A&I (3)                             W, 79-50
        Rice 71, N. Harris County 44                     Texas).                                                        J23      Sam Houston State (3)                     W, 60-50
        Angelina JC 75, Rice 65                                                                                         J27      vs. Baylor (4)                            L, 62-52
        Rice 52, St. Mary’s 43                           1980-81                                                        J28      vs. Texas Tech (4)                        L, 70-57
        Rice 52, San Antonio College 46                  Coach: Linda Tucker                                            F5       at Abilene Christian                      W, 67-56
        Rice 57, SMU 54                                  Record: 16-12                                                  F6       at Hardin-Simmons                         W, 64-47
        Lamar 62, Rice 53                                Date       Opponent                                 Result     F8       at Texas Southern                         L, 82-67
        TCU 47, Rice 37                                  N21        New Mexico State                        W, 81-55    F13      Florida International                     L, 76-70
        Houston 84, Rice 48                              N22        St. Mary’s                              W, 61-57    F15      Huston-Tillotson                          W, 80-72
        Rice 62, San Jacinto JC 41                       N26        at Texas A&I                            L, 72-68    F25      vs. Texas Lutheran (5)                    W, 68-58
        Rice 54, St. Mary’s 26                           N28        at Texas Pan American                   W, 90-54    F26      vs. TCU (5)                               W, 65-60
        SMU 69, Rice 52                                  D2         Tulane                                  L, 73-53    F27      vs. Sam Houston State (5)                 L, 70-49
        Rice 67, Prairie View 57                         D5         vs. St. Mary’s (1)                      W, 67-58    M11      vs. Ouachita Baptist (6)                  L, 69-59
        Lamar 81, Rice 51                                D6         vs. Wharton JC (1)                      W, 80-44    All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court; (1)
        Texas Southern 49, Rice 38                       D6         at Sam Houston State (1)                W, 63-61    Harvard Invatational (Cambridge, Mass.); (2) Sam Houston
        TCU 77, Rice 60                                  D8         at Angelina JC                          W, 76-58    Invatational (Huntsville, Texas); (3) Rice Invatational (Autry
        Lamar 67, Rice 57                                J3         Angelina JC                             W, 65-39    Court); (4) Southwest Conference Invitational (College
        SW Louisiana 70, Rice 68 (OT)                    J6         at TCU                                  L, 64-54    Station, Texas); (5) Texas AIAW Division II Tournament (Fort
        Rice 70, N. Harris County 55                     J9         at Southeastern Louisiana               L, 84-55    Worth, Texas); (6) SWAIAW Division II Tournament (San
        Rice 80, E. Tex. Baptist College 51              J10        at Louisiana-Lafayette                  L, 65-64    Angelo, Texas).
        Tarleton State 83, Rice 57                       J12        Texas A&I                               W, 73-51
        Rice 66, Austin College 32                       J19        at Texas State                          L, 78-73    1982-83
        Rice 61, Prairie View 55 (OT)                    J23        Blinn JC (2)                            W, 72-51    Coach: Linda Tucker
                                                         J23        Texas State (2)                         W, 68-66    Record: 9-17 (1-7 SWC, 8th)
1979-80                                                  J24        Angelo State (2)                        W, 49-42    Date     Opponent                                     Result
Coach: Linda Tucker                                      J24        Sam Houston State (2)                   W, 61-55    N20      Southwestern                              W, 80-71
Record : 15-14                                           J29        at Houston (3)                          L, 84-30    N23      Texas A&I                                 W, 69-61
Date    Opponent                               Result    J30        vs. TCU (3)                             W, 70-68    N26      vs. Arkansas College (1)                   L, 66-61
N20     at Wharton JC                         W, 47-43   J30        vs. SMU (3)                             L, 87-72    N27      at Oklahoma State (1)                      L, 69-65
N27     Angelina JC                           W, 84-79   J31        vs. Texas A&M (3)                       L, 69-63    N30      Paul Quinn                                W, 76-52
D1      at Arkansas                           L, 53-35   F3         Texas Southern                          L, 65-63    D4       Texas Southern                            W, 62-58
D4      San Jacinto JC                        W, 72-40   F7         Southwestern                            W, 67-49    D17      at New Mexico                              L, 86-72
D6      vs. Abilene Christian (1)             W, 59-57   F10        Houston                                 L, 85-56    J6       at Lamar                                   L, 64-59
D7      vs. Arkansas (1)                      L, 58-51   F14        Texas Lutheran (4)                      W, 69-48    J8       at Texas A&M                              L, 105-81
D7      vs. Angelo State (1)                  W, 56-55   F19        vs. Texas Wesleyan (5)                  L, 71-66    J10      at Texas-San Antonio                       L, 68-53


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J15      at TCU (SWC)                              W, 70-59        N23      at Pacific (1)                          W, 71-69       Ill.); (SWC) Southwest Conference game.
J17      SMU (SWC)                                  L, 55-50       N24      vs. Fresno State (1)                     L, 62-58
J21      at Texas State                             L, 73-58       N25      vs. Boise State (1)                      L, 53-47      1986-87
J25      Lamar                                      L, 77-47       N30      Alcorn State                             L, 80-55      Coach: Linda Tucker
J28      at Miami (Fla.)                            L, 87-57       D3       Texas-San Antonio                        L, 77-67      Record: 15-13 (7-9 SWC, 5th)
J29      at Florida International                   L, 95-60       D8       Tulane                                  W, 65-58       Date      Opponent                                  Result
F5       Baylor (SWC)                          L, 77-72 (OT)       D28      at Southeastern Louisiana               L, 101-67      N28       at Lamar (1)                            W, 71-51
F8       Texas A&M (SWC)                           W, 53-52        D29      at Tulane                                L, 52-47      N29       vs. Wichita State (1)                   W, 55-52
F10      Texas Tech (SWC)                           L, 73-60       J2       SMU (SWC)                               W, 70-60       D2        Sam Houston State                       W, 72-61
F16      No. 3 Texas (SWC)                          L, 96-62       J5       TCU (SWC)                               W, 63-52       D5        vs. Queens (2)                          W, 87-50
F18      at Arkansas (SWC)                          L, 68-43       J9       No. 3 Texas (SWC)                        L, 76-42      D6        at Florida State (2)                     L, 62-50
F22      Texas-San Antonio                         W, 75-65        J12      at No. 17 Texas Tech (SWC)               L, 97-67      D19       at Stanford                              L, 78-67
F26      at Houston (SWC)                           L, 96-65       J15      Houston (SWC)                       L, 75-64 (OT)      D20       vs. Dayton (3)                          W, 72-63
M3       Texas-Arlington                           W, 68-51        J22      at Arkansas (SWC)                        L, 81-57      D21        at California (3)                       L, 92-65
M10      vs. TCU (2)                               W, 80-69        J26      Baylor (SWC)                             L, 97-67      D30       Texas Southern                          W, 86-58
M11      at No. 3 Texas (2)                        L, 100-49       J29      Texas A&M (SWC)                          L, 70-68      J3        at No. 2 Texas (SWC)                     L, 85-53
All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;              F2       at SMU (SWC)                             L, 79-70      J7        at Texas Tech (SWC)                     W, 65-55
Rankings reflect AP Top 20 Poll; (1) Cowgirl Classic               F5       at TCU (SWC)                             L, 72-66      J10       Houston (SWC)                           W, 70-65
(Stillwater, Okla.); (SWC) Southwest Conference game; (2)          F10      at No. 1 Texas (SWC)                     L, 75-50      J14       North Texas                             W, 75-69
SWC Tournament (Austin, Texas).                                    F12      No. 16 Texas Tech (SWC)                  L, 71-60      J17       at Arkansas (SWC)                        L, 79-53
                                                                   F16      at Houston (SWC)                         L, 65-53      J19       Baylor (SWC)                            W, 73-57
1983-84                                                            F18      Lamar                                   W, 66-48       J21       Texas A&M (SWC)                         W, 69-54
Coach: Linda Tucker                                                F23      Arkansas (SWC)                           L, 69-52      J24       at SMU (SWC)                            W, 80-78
Record: 9-17 (3-13 SWC, 8th)                                       F27      at Baylor (SWC)                          L, 77-72      J27       at TCU (SWC)                      L, 88-84 (2 OT)
Date     Opponent                                     Result       M2       at Texas A&M (SWC)                       L, 78-67      J31       No. 1 Texas (SWC)                        L, 96-63
N19      Sam Houston State                         W, 75-69        All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;           F3        Texas Tech (SWC)                         L, 77-69
N25      vs. William & Mary (1)                    W, 80-61        Rankings reflect AP Top 20 Poll; (1) Lady Tiger Classic         F7        at Houston (SWC)                        W, 77-76
N26      vs. Clark (1)                             W, 81-70        (Stockton, Calif.); (SWC) Southwest Conference game.            F10       Louisiana-Lafayette                     W, 93-77
D2       at Mississippi State (2)                   L, 90-79                                                                       F14       Arkansas (SWC)                           L, 88-71
D3       vs. Alcorn State (2)                      W, 69-62        1985-86                                                         F18       at Baylor (SWC)                         W, 67-64
D6       Texas State                               W, 81-62        Coach: Linda Tucker                                             F21       at Texas A&M (SWC)                       L, 70-64
D13      Dartmouth                                 W, 64-58        Record: 7-19 (2-14 SWC, 8th)                                    F24       SMU (SWC)                                L, 74-66
J3       Texas A&M (SWC)                           W, 76-69        Date     Opponent                                   Result      F28       TCU (SWC)                                L, 80-70
J7       at SMU (SWC)                               L, 71-58       N22      Texas-Arlington                          W, 86-63      M4        vs. Texas Tech (4)                       L, 69-59
J9       Texas Tech (SWC)                           L, 88-53       N29      vs. Mississippi State (1)                 L, 55-50     All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;
J14      No. 3 Texas (SWC)                         L, 110-54       N30      vs. UC-Santa Barbara (1)                 W, 75-69      Rankings reflect AP Top 20 Poll; (1) Babe Zaharias Classic
J17      Texas-San Antonio                          L, 76-65       D3       at Texas-San Antonio                      L, 81-67     (Beaumont, Texas); (2) Florida State Classic (Tallahassee,
J20      at Houston (SWC)                           L, 75-48       D6       Tulane                              L, 70-67 (OT)      Fla.); (3) Golden Bear Classic (Berkeley, Calif.); (SWC)
J24      at TCU (SWC)                               L, 69-65       D20      Texas Southern                           W, 75-46      Southwest Conference game; (4) SWC Tournament (Dallas,
J28      at Arkansas (SWC)                          L, 82-51       D28      at Tulane                                 L, 82-75     Texas).
F1       at Baylor (SWC)                            L, 72-53       D29      at Nicholls State                    L, 83-82(OT)
F4       at Texas A&M (SWC)                          L 71-69       J2       at TCU (SWC)                              L, 73-63     1987-88
F6       SMU (SWC)                                 W, 72-66        J4       No. 1 Texas (SWC)                         L, 70-38     Coach: Linda Tucker
F11      TCU (SWC)                                 W, 58-54        J7       Texas Tech (SWC)                          L, 88-67     Record: 11-14 (5-11 SWC, T-7th)
F15      at No. 1 Texas (SWC)                      L, 113-50       J10      at Houston (SWC)                          L, 81-58     Date      Opponent                                 Result
F18      at Texas Tech (SWC)                       L, 104-54       J14      Nicholls State                           W, 71-38      N28       Lamar (1)                               W, 76-70
F21      Houston (SWC)                              L, 67-52       J18      Arkansas (SWC)                            L, 64-52     N29       Southwestern (1)                        W, 78-62
F25      at Lamar                                   L, 81-77       J22      at Baylor (SWC)                     L, 56-54 (OT)      D3        at Harvard (2)                          L, 75-74
F27      Arkansas (SWC)                             L, 85-66       J25      at Texas A&M (SWC)                        L, 90-62     D4        vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (2)             W, 70-52
F29      at Texas-San Antonio                       L, 73-72       J28      SMU (SWC)                                 L, 71-51     D18       at Michigan State (2)                   L, 84-59
M3       Baylor (SWC)                               L, 60-59       F1       TCU (SWC)                                W, 87-59      D19        vs. Central Michigan (3)               L, 84-80
All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;              F5       at No. 1 Texas (SWC)                      L, 78-46     D30       Pepperdine                              W, 82-53
Rankings reflect AP Top 20 Poll; (1) Lady Eagle Classic            F8       at Texas Tech (SWC)                       L, 77-65     J2        Central Michigan                        W, 82-62
(Statesboro, Ga.); (2) Lady Bulldog Classic (Starkville, Miss.);   F11      Houston (SWC)                             L, 90-77     J5        at Texas Tech (SWC)                     W, 68-67
(SWC) Southwest Conference game.                                   F15      Southwestern                             W, 65-63      J9        at No. 5 Texas (SWC)                    L, 85-60
                                                                   F19      at Arkansas (SWC)                         L, 67-55     J12       TCU (SWC)                               W, 86-79
1984-85                                                            F22      Baylor (SWC)                             W, 50-46      J16       SMU (SWC)                               W, 82-77
Coach: Linda Tucker                                                F25      Texas A&M (SWC)                           L, 59-58     J19       at Texas A&M (SWC)                      L, 71-59
Record: 5-21 (2-14 SWC, 9th)                                       M1       at SMU (SWC)                              L, 68-61     J23       at Baylor (SWC)                         L, 63-55
Date     Opponent                                    Result        All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;           J27       Arkansas (SWC)                          L, 63-60
N17      at Sam Houston State                       L, 69-48       Rankings reflect AP Top 20 Poll; (1) DePaul Classic (Chicago,   F1        Texas Pan American                      W, 85-37


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F3       at Houston (SWC)                         L, 96-55     D29      vs. Indiana (2)                           L, 75-67        Rice/Marriott-Medical Center Classic (Autry Court); (SWC)
F6       Texas Tech (SWC)                         L, 65-51     D30      vs. Syracuse (2)                          L, 63-45        Southwest Conference game; (4) SWC Tournament (Dallas,
F9       No. 5 Texas (SWC)                        L, 94-57     J2       at North Texas                            L, 66-59        Texas).
F13      at TCU (SWC)                             L, 82-66     J6       Houston (SWC)                             L, 70-58
F17      at SMU (SWC)                             W, 89-78     J9       at Texas Tech (SWC)                       L, 68-49        1991-92
F20      Texas A&M (SWC)                          L, 70-67     J13      at Baylor (SWC)                          W, 79-66         Coach: Mike Dunavant
F23      Baylor (SWC)                             W, 54-52     J16      TCU (SWC)                                 L, 75-61        Record: 13-15 (5-9 SWC, 6th)
F27      at Arkansas (SWC)                        L, 79-73     J18      Mississippi Valley State                 W, 83-49         Date      Opponent                          Result
M5       Houston (SWC)                            L, 75-58     J20      SMU (SWC)                                W, 74-71         N23       South Alabama (1)              W, 75-69
All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;          J23      at Texas A&M (SWC)                        L, 76-44        N24       Sam Houston State (1)          W, 77-62
Rankings reflect AP Top 20 Poll; (1) Rice Piccadilly Classic   J27      at No. 5 Texas (SWC)                      L, 81-44        N26       Texas State                    W, 64-52
(Autry Court); (2) Harvard Classic (Boston, Mass.); (3)        J30      Arkansas (SWC)                            L, 78-49        N29       vs. Oral Roberts (2)           W, 87-78
Michigan State Invitational (East Lansing, Mich.); (SWC)       F3       Texas Tech (SWC)                          L, 74-63        N30       at Nebraska (2)                 L, 85-68
Southwest Conference game.                                     F7       at Houston (SWC)                          L, 81-67        D3        at Oklahoma                     L, 82-69
                                                               F9       No. 6 Texas (SWC)                        L, 103-48        D6        UTEP (3)                        L, 80-79
1988-89                                                        F13      Baylor (SWC)                             W, 92-84         D7        Pacific (3)                    W, 69-61
Coach: Linda Tucker                                            F17      at TCU (SWC)                              L, 69-60        D30       Texas-Arlington                 L, 77-67
Record: 14-13 (5-11 SWC, 7th)                                  F20      at SMU (SWC)                              L, 67-64        J6        at Northwestern State           L, 86-77
Date     Opponent                                    Result    F24      Texas A&M (SWC)                      L, 74-69 (OT)        J8        at Baylor (SWC)                 L, 96-80
N25      UTEP (1)                                 W, 73-44     F27      at Sam Houston State                      L, 75-64        J12       at UTEP                        W, 73-59
N26      Tulane (1)                               W, 81-78     M3       at No. 19 Arkansas (SWC)                  L, 77-56        J18       at No. 11 Houston (SWC)         L, 92-48
N29       McNeese State                           W, 94-88     All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;              J22       No. 25 Texas Tech (SWC)         L, 86-63
D2       vs. West Virginia (2)                     L, 70-64    Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Rice Classic (Autry Court);   J25       Texas A&M (SWC)            W, 85-83 (OT)
D3       vs. Southern Utah State (2)              W, 82-61     (2) USF Holiday Classic (Tampa, Fla.); (SWC) Southwest             J29       at TCU (SWC)                   W, 75-57
D7       Sam Houston State                        W, 79-71     Conference game.                                                   F1        at SMU (SWC)                    L, 76-56
D10      Texas Southern                           W, 85-68                                                                        F5        Texas (SWC)                     L, 91-73
D29      Eastern Michigan                         W, 90-71     1990-91                                                            F8        Baylor (SWC)                   W, 78-71
D30      Prairie View A&M                         W, 80-66     Coach: Mike Dunavant                                               F11       at Sam Houston State           W, 58-46
J4       at Houston (SWC)                         W, 81-73     Record: 10-18 (4-12 SWC, T-6th)                                    F15       Tulane                         W, 59-48
J7       Texas Tech (SWC)                         W, 83-65     Date     Opponent                                    Result        F19       No. 21 Houston (SWC)            L, 62-53
J10      No. 14 Texas (SWC)                        L, 92-65    N24      Bucknell (1)                             W, 80-66         F22       at No. 20 Texas Tech (SWC)     L, 105-66
J14      at TCU (SWC)                              L, 79-67    N25      Toledo (1)                               W, 79-72         F26       at Texas A&M (SWC)              L, 73-72
J18      at SMU (SWC)                              L, 71-68    N30      vs. UC-Santa Barbara (2)                 W, 80-71         F29       TCU (SWC)                      W, 65-54
J21      Texas A&M (SWC)                           L, 71-65    D1       at San Francisco (2)                     W, 66-58         M4        SMU (SWC)                      W, 72-70
J24      Baylor (SWC)                             W, 71-62     D8       Texas-Pan American (3)                   W, 80-55         M8        at No. 22 Texas (SWC)           L, 84-49
J28      at Arkansas (SWC)                         L, 81-62    D9       Alcorn State (3)                          L, 82-74        M11       vs. No. 19 Houston (4)          L, 63-57
F2       at Tulane                                 L, 95-85    D20      Sam Houston State                        W, 76-74         All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court; (1)
F4       Houston (SWC)                             L, 90-75    D29      at Lamar                                  L, 90-56        Rice Marriott Holiday Classic (Autry Court); (2) Nebraska
F7       at Texas Tech (SWC)                       L, 70-45    J2       No. 14 Arkansas (SWC)                     L, 70-52        Invitational (Lincoln, Neb.); (3) Rice Marriott Medical Center
F11      at No. 9 Texas (SWC)                     L, 103-61    J5       at Texas-Arlington                        L, 71-69        Classic (Autry Court); (SWC) Southwest Conference game; (4)
F14      TCU (SWC)                                W, 89-76     J8       at Houston (SWC)                          L, 97-51        SWC Tournament (Dallas, Texas).
F18      SMU (SWC)                                 L, 70-63    J11      No. 20 Texas (SWC)                        L, 71-61
F21      Texas A&M (SWC)                          W, 76-67     J16      Texas Tech (SWC)                          L, 77-63        1992-93
F25       Baylor (SWC)                            W, 77-73     J19      at TCU (SWC)                              L, 69-63        Coach: Mike Dunavant
F28      Arkansas (SWC)                           L, 109-73    J22      at SMU (SWC)                              L, 71-70        Record: 13-14 (3-11 SWC, 7th)
M3       Missouri-Kansas City                     W, 68-59     J26      Texas A&M (SWC)                           L, 87-78        Date      Opponent                          Result
All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;          J30      Baylor (SWC)                             W, 65-64         D1        Prairie View A&M               W, 96-28
Rankings reflect AP Top 20 Poll; (1) Rice Classic (Autry       F2       at No. 12 Arkansas (SWC)                  L, 96-74        D4        UNC-Wilmington (1)             W, 81-66
Court); (2) ASU-Dial Classic (Tempe, Ariz.); (SWC) Southwest   F5       at Texas State                            L, 66-58        D5        UTEP (1)                   W, 69-64 (OT)
Conference game.                                               F9       Houston (SWC)                             L, 64-60        D17       at Loyola Marymount             L, 66-55
                                                               F13      at No. 16 Texas (SWC)                     L, 87-50        D18       at Cal State Northridge        W, 72-63
1989-90                                                        F16      at Texas Tech (SWC)                       L, 68-54        D20       at Saint Mary’s (Calif.)   L, 85-79 (OT)
Coach: Mike Dunavant                                           F20      TCU (SWC)                                W, 59-55         J2        Columbia (2)                   W, 71-61
Record: 6-21 (3-13 SWC, 7th)                                   F23      SMU (SWC)                                W, 82-60         J3        Army (2)                       W, 55-48
Date     Opponent                                  Result      F27      at Texas A&M (SWC)                        L, 58-48        J6        Texas Southern                 W, 77-53
N24      Yale (1)                                 W, 69-51     M2       at Baylor (SWC)                          W, 61-54         J13       Texas A&M (SWC)                 L, 83-73
N25      Mississippi State (1)                    L, 78-65     M4       Northwestern State                        L, 75-70        J16       at TCU (SWC)                   W, 65-59
N28      at McNeese State                         W, 66-55     M6       vs. No. 14 Texas (4)                     L, 108-61        J20       at Tulane                      W, 61-59
D2       Southeastern Louisiana                   L, 82-64     All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;              J23       Baylor (SWC)                    L, 72-71
D9       Lamar                                    L, 58-54     Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Rice Classic (Autry           J27       at No. 14 Texas Tech (SWC)     L, 101-48
D28      at USF (2)                               L, 65-64     Court); (2) USF/AT&T Classic (San Francisco, Calif.); (3)          J30       at No. 13 Texas (SWC)           L, 74-61


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F3       Houston (SWC)                            L, 63-56        D3       Idaho (1)                              W, 81-35     M2       No. 9 Texas Tech (SWC)                     L, 84-68
F6       SMU (SWC)                                L, 68-60        D4       Grambling State (1)                    L, 83-63     M6       vs. Texas A&M (4)                          L, 91-63
F10      at Texas A&M (SWC)                       L, 73-61        D7       Tulane                                 L, 70-66     All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;
F13      TCU (SWC)                               W, 69-66         D9       Prairie View A&M                      W, 114-34     Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Arkansas Dial Classic
F16      Sam Houston State                       W, 68-56         D21      Lamar                                  L, 73-69     (Fayetteville, Ark.); (2) Harvey Suites Rice Classic (Autry
F18      Prairie View A&M                        W, 83-57         D30      vs. Oklahoma (2)                       L, 89-59     Court); (SWC) Southwest Conference game; (4) Dr. Pepper
F20      at Baylor (SWC)                          L, 77-75        D31      at Oklahoma State (2)                  L, 55-43     SWC Classic (Dallas, Texas).
F24      No. 9 Texas Tech (SWC)                   L, 89-53        J3       at No. 19 Purdue                       L, 72-52
F27      No. 14 Texas (SWC)                       L, 76-53        J10      at Houston (SWC)                       W, 88-87     1996-97
M3       at Houston (SWC)                    W, 74-70 (OT)        J14      SMU (SWC)                              W, 84-72     Coach: Cristy McKinney
M6       at SMU (SWC)                            W, 65-64         J18      No. 22 Texas A&M (SWC)                 L, 76-55     Record: 16-11 (11-5 WAC, T-2nd)
M10      vs. No. 14 Texas (4)                     L, 87-61        J21      at TCU (SWC)                           W, 95-43     Date     Opponent                                    Result
All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;             J28      Baylor (SWC)                           W, 77-56     N22      at Bradley                                W, 62-50
Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Rice/Marriott-Medical        F1       at No. 6 Texas Tech (SWC)              L, 84-56     N25      at Michigan                                L, 81-55
Center Classic (Autry Court); (2) Rice/Marriott-Medical Center    F4       at Texas (SWC)                         L, 54-49     D3       No. 20 Arkansas                           W, 77-61
Holiday Classic (Autry Court); (SWC) Southwest Conference         F7       Houston (SWC)                          L, 69-68     D7       Alcorn State (1)                          W, 65-60
game; (4) SWC Tournament (Dallas, Texas).                         F11      at SMU (SWC)                           L, 95-59     D8       Montana (1)                                L, 66-55
                                                                  F13      at South Carolina                      L, 87-71     D11      at McNeese State                           L, 65-64
1993-94                                                           F15      at UNC-Asheville                       W, 90-67     D21      Purdue                                    W, 64-63
Coach: Cristy McKinney                                            F18      TCU (SWC)                              W, 79-54     D28      at Texas Southern                        W, 108-42
Record: 13-14 (5-9 SWC, T-5th)                                    F22      at Texas A&M (SWC)                     L, 88-64     D30      at No. 10 Texas Tech                       L, 76-42
Date     Opponent                                   Result        F25      at Baylor (SWC)                        W, 73-54     J2       SMU (WAC)                                 W, 79-68
N27      Texas Southern                           W, 83-56        M1       No. 17 Texas Tech (SWC, S)             L, 76-45     J4       TCU (WAC)                                 W, 77-67
D3       Eastern Illinois (1)                     W, 66-52        M4       Texas (SWC)                            W, 67-47     J8       Mississippi                                L, 73-67
D4       Kent State (1)                           W, 95-85        M8       vs. Houston (4)                        L, 77-48     J11      Tulsa (WAC)                               W, 80-62
D16      at Sam Houston State                     L, 65-60        All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;        J16      at UTEP (WAC)                             W, 71-60
D19      UC-Irvine                                W, 68-45        Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Rice/Marriott Medical   J18      at New Mexico (WAC)                   L, 60-57 (OT)
D21      at Long Beach State                      W, 78-65        Center Classic (Autry Court); (2) OSU/Teague Memorial        J23      Utah (WAC)                          L, 71-64 (3 OT)
D22      at San Diego                             L, 73-59        Classic (Stillwater, Okla.); (SWC) Southwest Conference      J25      BYU (WAC)                                  L, 76-68
D29      vs. Tennessee State (2)                  L, 68-51        game; (S) Game played at the Summitt (Houston, Texas); (4)   J30      at TCU (WAC)                              W, 76-67
D30      vs. Campbell (2)                         W, 71-56        Dr. Pepper SWC Classic (Dallas, Texas).                      F1       at SMU (WAC)                              W, 74-71
J3       New Orleans (3)                          L, 70-60                                                                     F6       at Tulsa (WAC)                            W, 80-60
J4       Brown (3)                                W, 67-54        1995-96                                                      F8       Fresno State (WAC)                        W, 65-40
J6       Prairie View A&M                        W, 102-43        Coach: Cristy McKinney                                       F13      New Mexico (WAC)                          W, 74-48
J12      SMU (SWC)                                W, 72-51        Record: 13-14 (6-8 SWC, 5th)                                 F15      UTEP (WAC)                                W, 77-70
J15      at Texas A&M (SWC)                       L, 76-47        Date     Opponent                                 Result     F20      at BYU (WAC)                              W, 92-81
J19      TCU (SWC)                                W, 78-47        N24      vs. UNLV (1)                            W, 81-43    F22      at Utah (WAC)                              L, 68-57
J26      at Baylor (SWC)                          L, 82-78        N25      at No. 9 Arkansas (1)                   L, 81-68    F28      at Fresno State (WAC)                      L, 59-58
J29      No. 6 Texas Tech (SWC)                   L, 72-58        N29      at Tulane                               L, 69-62    M5       vs. Hawai`i (2)                            L, 57-54
F2       Texas (SWC)                              L, 77-70        D2       Bradley (2)                             W, 78-51    All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;
F5       at Houston (SWC)                         L, 71-51        D3       Oklahoma State (2)                      L, 65-62    Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Harvey Suites/Rice
F8       at SMU (SWC)                             L, 73-59        D9       McNeese State                           W, 85-65    Classic (Autry Court); (WAC) Western Athletic Conference
F12      No. 25 Texas A&M (SWC)                   L, 66-50        D21      at Lamar                                W, 69-62    game; (2) WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.).
F16      at TCU (SWC)                             W, 73-59        D28      Lehigh                                  W, 93-46
F23      Baylor (SWC)                             W, 71-59        D30      Southern                                W, 72-41    1997-98
F26      at No. 7 Texas Tech (SWC)                L, 92-70        J3       at Colorado State                       L, 73-66    Coach: Cristy McKinney
M2       at Texas (SWC)                           L, 77-63        J5       at Montana State                        W, 69-67    Record: 21-9 (11-3 WAC, T-2nd)
M5       Houston (SWC)                            W, 73-66        J7       at Montana                              L, 79-63    WNIT First Round
M9       vs. Texas (4)                           L, 102-57        J10      Texas (SWC)                             L, 74-72    Date     Opponent                                    Result
All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;             J13      at Houston (SWC)                        L, 97-77    N14      Texas Southern                           W, 115-35
Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Harvey Suites Rice           J17      at SMU (SWC)                            L, 75-65    N17      at LSU                                    L, 78-64
Classic (Autry Court); (2) Lady Eagle Invitational (Statesboro,   J20      Texas A&M (SWC)                         W, 86-69    N21      Lamar                                     W, 91-61
Ga.); (3) Rice Holiday Classic (Autry Court); (SWC) Southwest     J24      TCU (SWC)                               W, 93-42    N24      Montana State                             W, 76-51
Conference game; (4) Dr. Pepper SWC Classic (Dallas, Texas).      J31      at Baylor (SWC)                         W, 60-54    N29      vs. Saint Joseph’s (1)                    W, 65-55
                                                                  F2       at No. 8 Texas Tech (SWC)               L, 67-48    N30      at No. 16 Colorado (1)                    L, 53-49
1994-95                                                           F7       at Texas (SWC)                          L, 89-75    D5       Mercer (1)                                W, 65-29
Coach: Cristy McKinney                                            F10      Houston (SWC)                           W, 70-57    D6       Santa Clara (1)                           W, 70-67
Record: 11-16 (7-7 SWC, T-4th)                                    F14      SMU (SWC)                               L, 61-60    D21      at Southwestern Louisiana                 W, 81-50
Date     Opponent                                  Result         F17      at Texas A&M (SWC)                      L, 74-60    D29      at Mississippi                            L, 67-65
N27      at Cincinnati                            W, 58-49        F21      at TCU (SWC)                            W, 79-64    J2       at TCU (WAC)                              W, 70-51
N29      at Dayton                                L, 79-59        F28      Baylor (SWC)                            L, 76-57    J4       at SMU (WAC)                              L, 65-50


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J10      at Tulsa (WAC)                    L, 84-78 (2 OT)     M17      at Arkansas (WNIT)                       L, 76-70   2000-01
J15      San Jose State (WAC)                    W, 87-59      All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;        Coach: Cristy McKinney
J17      Fresno State (WAC)                      W, 80-59      Ranking relect AP Top 25 Poll ; (1) Santa Clara Diet Coke    Record: 18-12 (9-7 WAC, T-4th)
J22      at Hawai`i (WAC)                         L, 79-53     Shootout (Santa Clara, Calif.); (2) Gene Hackerman Rice      Date      Opponent                              Result
J25      at San Diego State (WAC)                W, 66-63      Invitational (Autry Court); (3) Qwest WAC Tournament         N10       South Carolina (1)                  W, 61-56
J29      TCU (WAC)                               W, 84-60      (Las Vegas, Nev.); (WNIT) Women’s National Invitational      N12       at No. 9 Louisiana Tech (1)          L, 85-54
J31      SMU (WAC)                               W, 77-63      Tournament (Campus Sites).                                   N17       at Texas-Pan American               W, 67-60
F4       Tulsa (WAC)                             W, 68-55                                                                   N25       vs. Richmond (2)                    W, 77-65
F7       at No. 17 Utah                           L, 74-66     1999-2000                                                    N28       at Arizona                           L, 84-71
F12      at Fresno State (WAC)                   W, 69-63      Coach: Cristy McKinney                                       D1        Iona (3)                            W, 94-53
F14      at San Jose State (WAC)                 W, 70-57      Record: 22-10 (10-4 WAC, 3rd)                                D2        Memphis (3)                         W, 70-58
F19      San Diego State (WAC)                   W, 66-61      WAC Tournament Champions                                     D6        Grambling State                     W, 85-63
F22      No. 16 Hawai`i (WAC)                    W, 76-71      NCAA Second Round                                            D21       at New Mexico State                 W, 75-67
F27      No. 18 Utah (WAC)                       W, 59-48      Date     Opponent                         Result             D28       No. 10 Texas Tech                    L, 63-56
M4       vs. UTEP (3)                            W, 88-68      N19      Illinois State                  W, 66-51            D31       at No. 3 Notre Dame                  L, 80-40
M6       vs. BYU (3)                             W, 65-57      N23      at No. 17 Texas Tech            L, 69-52            J5        at Fresno State (WAC)               W, 64-58
M7       vs. New Mexico (3)                       L, 69-48     N26      vs. Samford (1)                 W, 67-60            J7        at Nevada (WAC)                     W, 94-77
M15      at Oklahoma State (WNIT)                 L, 75-62     N27      at Memphis (1)                  L, 62-61            J11       Tulsa (WAC)                         W, 65-54
All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;          N29      at Sam Houston State            W, 74-69            J19       TCU (WAC)                            L, 58-35
Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Coors Classic (Boulder,   D3       Massachusetts (2)               W, 59-58            J21       SMU (WAC)                            L, 84-72
Colo.); (2) Gene Hackerman Rice Classic (Autry Court);         D4       Michigan (2)                    L, 63-47            J26       at San Jose State (WAC)             W, 77-67
(WAC) Western Athletic Conference game; (3) Qwest WAC          D11      Texas-Pan American              W, 83-42            J28       at Hawai`i (WAC)                     L, 70-53
Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.); (WNIT) Women’s National          D21      Cornell                         W, 73-48            F2        at SMU (WAC)                         L, 86-71
Invitational Tournament (Campus Sites).                        D30      at Florida A&M                  W, 74-47            F4        UTEP (WAC)                          W, 53-47
                                                               J3       Texas A&M                       W, 60-57            F12       at TCU (WAC)                         L, 74-53
1998-99                                                        J11      at Maine                        L, 70-51            F16       San Jose State (WAC)                W, 69-56
Coach: Cristy McKinney                                         J15      at Tulsa (WAC)                  L, 59-58            F18       Hawai`i (WAC)                       W, 57-53
Record: 20-12 (9-5 WAC, 3rd)                                   J20      at Hawai`i (WAC)                L, 71-66            F23       at Tulsa (WAC)                       L, 67-57
WNIT Third Round                                               J22      at San Jose State (WAC)         W, 86-62            F25       at UTEP (WAC)                       W, 60-43
Date     Opponent                            Result            J27      Fresno State (WAC)              W, 67-58            M1        Nevada (WAC)                        W, 57-55
N13      at Lamar                           L, 53-51           J29      UTEP (WAC)                      W, 80-40            M3        Fresno State (WAC)                  W, 65-54
N15      at Illinois State             L, 76-74 (OT)           F3       at TCU (WAC)                    W, 67-65            M7        vs. Nevada (4)                  W, 60-56 (OT)
N18      Sam Houston State                 W, 81-61            F5       at SMU (WAC)                    L, 75-66            M9        vs. TCU (4)                          L, 76-58
N22      at LSU                            W, 64-57            F8       at Wisconsin                    L, 71-58            All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;
N28      vs. Southern Illinois (1)         W, 62-55            F13      Tulsa (WAC)                     W, 78-50            Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Preseason Women’s
N29      at Santa Clara (1)                 L, 63-46           F17      San Jose State (WAC)            W, 83-37            National Invatational Tournament (Campus SItes); (2) UNC
D5       Florida A&M (2)                   W, 76-73            F20      Hawai`i (WAC)                   W, 77-59            Greensboro Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.); (3) Gene
D6       No. 14 Texas Tech (2)              L, 79-57           F24      at UTEP (WAC)                   W, 91-74            Hackerman Rice Invitational (Autry Court); (WAC) Western
D20      at Texas A&M                      W, 58-49            F26      at Fresno State (WAC)           W, 64-43            Athletic Conference game; (4) WAC Tournament (Tulsa,
D28      at George Washington               L, 82-62           M2       SMU (WAC)                       W, 69-56            Okla.).
D31      at VCU                       W, 77-72 (OT)            M4       TCU (WAC)                       L, 63-62
J4       Louisiana-Lafayette               W, 81-50            M8       vs. Fresno State (3)            W, 65-47            2001-02
J7       at Wyoming (WAC)                  W, 76-49            M10      vs. Hawai`i (3)                 W, 76-73            Coach: Cristy McKinney
J10      at No. 8 Colorado State (WAC)      L, 63-45           M11      vs. SMU (3)                     W, 71-67            Record: 21-9 (14-4 WAC, T-2nd)
J14      UNLV (WAC)                        W, 73-43            M18      at No. 9 UC-Santa Barbara (NCAA)W, 67-64            WNIT First Round
J16      Air Force (WAC)                   W, 81-29            M20      vs. North Carolina (NCAA)       L, 83-50            Date      Opponent                           Result
J23      at Tulsa (WAC)                    W, 60-55            All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;        N17       at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi      W, 66-59
J28      at SMU (WAC)                       L, 77-66           Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Memphis Tournament      N23       at Massachusetts          W, 65-60 (3 OT)
J31      at TCU (WAC)                      W, 80-71            (Memphis, Tenn.); (2) Gene Hackerman Rice Invitational       N25       at Cornell                       W, 76-63
F4       No. 5 Colorado State (WAC)         L, 67-50           (Autry Court); (WAC) Western Athletic Conference game; (3)   N30       UNC-Greensboro (1)               W, 61-47
F6       Wyoming (WAC)                     W, 57-44            WAC Tournament (Fresno, Calif.); (NCAA) NCAA Tournament      D1        No. 22 George Washington (1)     W, 67-54
F11      at Air Force (WAC)                W, 83-35            West Regional (Santa Barbara, Calif.).                       D5        No. 14 Texas Tech                 L, 74-43
F13      at UNLV (WAC)                      L, 61-57                                                                        D8        Arizona                           L, 74-65
F21      Tulsa (WAC)                       W, 74-57                                                                         D20       at No. 24 LSU                     L, 72-47
F25      TCU (WAC)                         W, 79-47                                                                         D28       Notre Dame                       W, 72-61
F27      SMU (WAC)                          L, 63-49                                                                        D30       at Tulsa (WAC)               L, 67-61 (OT)
M1       vs. Fresno State (3)              W, 78-48                                                                         J3        Fresno State (WAC)               W, 76-58
M3       vs. Utah (3)                      W, 74-57                                                                         J5        Nevada (WAC)                     W, 54-41
M5       vs. No. 4 Colorado State (3)       L, 70-52                                                                        J10       at Boise State (WAC)             W, 54-49
M12      Miami (Fla.) (WNIT)               W, 65-58                                                                         J12       at UTEP (WAC)                    W, 84-59
M14      at Baylor (WNIT)             W, 62-60 (OT)                                                                         J17       Hawai`i (WAC)                    W, 57-43


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J19      San Jose State (WAC)                     W, 78-68     2003-04                                                     D23      at Rhode Island                          W, 67-62
J24      at SMU (WAC)                             W, 66-59     Coach: Cristy McKinney                                      D30      at SMU (WAC)                             L, 77-68
J26      at No. 8 Louisiana Tech (WAC)            L, 88-42     Record: 22-10 (16-2 WAC, 2nd)                               J1       at Louisiana Tech (WAC)                  L, 76-66
J31      at Nevada (WAC)                          L, 61-59     WNIT Second Round                                           J6       UTEP (WAC)                               W, 55-50
F2       at Fresno State (WAC)                    W, 76-64     Date       Opponent                          Result         J8       Boise State (WAC)                        W, 75-48
F7       UTEP (WAC)                               W, 77-63     N21        at Kent State                    L, 61-55        J13      at Tulsa (WAC)                           L, 74-61
F9       Boise State (WAC)                        W, 72-59     N24        at Arkansas                      L, 65-46        J20      at Fresno State (WAC)                    W, 63-50
F14      at San Jose State (WAC)                  L, 67-64     N29        No. 18 LSU                       L, 73-51        J22      at Nevada (WAC)                          W, 83-74
F17      at Hawai`i (WAC)                         W, 55-54     D1         at Texas State                  W, 78-63         J27      Hawai`i (WAC)                            W, 70-68
F21      No. 7 Louisiana Tech (WAC)               W, 57-56     D5         Stephen F. Austin (1)           W, 94-50         J29      San Jose State (WAC)                     L, 63-52
F23      SMU (WAC)                                W, 68-52     D6         Baylor (1)                       L, 79-55        F3       at Boise State (WAC)                     W, 61-56
M2       Tulsa (WAC)                              W, 71-59     D18        No. 7 Stanford                   L, 72-62        F5       at UTEP (WAC)                            W, 70-60
M6       vs. SMU (2)                              W, 80-57     D21        at Sam Houston State            W, 64-51         F12      Tulsa (WAC)                              W, 61-56
M8       vs. Hawai`i (2)                          L, 59-36     D30        Nebraska                         L, 59-56        F17      Nevada (WAC)                             W, 75-49
M13      at Houston (WNIT)                        L, 67-65     J3         SMU (WAC)                       W, 78-60         F19      Fresno State (WAC)                       W, 89-74
All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;          J5          No. 8 Louisiana Tech (WAC) W, 87-86 (OT)        F24      at San Jose State (WAC)                  W, 77-64
Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Gene Hackerman            J8         at Boise State (WAC)            W, 71-63         F26      at Hawai`i (WAC)                         W, 70-49
Rice Invitational (Autry Court); (WAC) Western Athletic        J10        at UTEP (WAC)                    L, 73-57        M3       Louisiana Tech (WAC)                     W, 83-69
Conference game; (2) WAC Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.); (WNIT)     J17        Tulsa (WAC)                     W, 76-69         M5       SMU (WAC)                                W, 53-50
Women’s National Invitational Tournament (Campus Sites).       J22        Fresno State (WAC)              W, 97-55         M9       vs. Nevada (4)                           W, 64-54
                                                               J24        Nevada (WAC)                    W, 78-49         M11      vs. San Jose State (4)                   W, 76-68
2002-03                                                        J29        at Hawai`i (WAC)                W, 61-56         M12      vs. Louisiana Tech (4)                   W, 86-66
Coach: Cristy McKinney                                         J31        at San Jose State (WAC)         W, 74-60         M19      vs. No. 20 Georgia (NCAA)                L, 75-49
Record: 15-12 (12-6 WAC, 2nd)                                  F5         UTEP (WAC)                      W, 44-40         All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;
Date     Opponent                           Result             F7         Boise State (WAC)               W, 75-49         Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Sportsview.tv Preseason
N22      at Colorado                       L, 85-66            F14        at Tulsa (WAC)                  W, 64-61         Women’s National Invitational Tournament (Campus Sites); (2)
N24      at Nebraska                       L, 71-56            F19        at Nevada (WAC)                 W, 61-54         Provident Bank Xavier Invitational (Cincinnati, Ohio); (3) Gene
N29      vs. Elon (1)                     W, 80-59             F21        at Fresno State (WAC)           W, 71-58         Hackerman Rice Invitational (Autry Court); (WAC) Western
N30      vs. Wyoming (1)                   L, 82-64            F26        San Jose State (WAC)            W, 64-44         Athletic Conference game; (4) WAC Tournament (Reno, Nev.);
D6       Idaho State (2)                  W, 85-49             F28        Hawai`i (WAC)                   W, 58-56         (NCAA) NCAA Chattanooga Regional (Dallas, Texas).
D7       No. 13 Arkansas (2)               L, 63-50            M4         at No. 7 Louisiana Tech (WAC)    L, 82-70
D19      at Cincinnati                     L, 68-54            M6         at SMU (WAC)                    W, 70-60         2005-06
D30      No. 8 Texas Tech                  L, 70-66            M10        vs. San Jose State (2)          W, 67-54         Coach: Greg Williams
J2       at Fresno State (WAC)             L, 77-70            M12        vs. Tulsa (2)                   W, 55-42         Record: 18-14 (11-5 C-USA, 2nd)
J4       at Nevada (WAC)                  W, 65-60             M13        vs. No. 7 Louisiana Tech (2)     L, 76-52        WNIT First Round
J8       Texas A&M-Corpus Christi         W, 61-55             M18        at Arkansas State (WNIT)        W, 59-52         Date     Opponent                                   Result
J11      at Tulsa (WAC)               L, 59-58 (OT)            M21        at UNLV (WNIT)                   L, 68-66        N18      at Mississippi                          L, 110-63
J16      Boise State (WAC)                W, 78-56             All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;       N21      No. 14 Texas Tech                       W, 73-70
J18      UTEP (WAC)                       W, 76-67             Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Gene Hackerman         N26      vs. Pennsylvania (1)                    W, 59-54
J23      at SMU (WAC)                      L, 67-62            Rice Invitational (Autry Court); (WAC) Western Athletic     N27      at Washington (1)                        L, 86-62
J25      at No. 11 Louisiana Tech (WAC)    L, 79-65            Conference game; (2) WAC Tournament (Fresno, Calif.);       D2       Davidson (2)                            W, 63-52
J30      Hawai`i (WAC)                    W, 54-50             (WNIT) Women’s National Invitational Tournament (Campus     D3       Louisiana Tech (2)                       L, 79-75
F1       San Jose State (WAC)             W, 61-58             Sites).                                                     D17      at No. 10 Stanford                       L, 83-53
F8       Tulsa (WAC)                      W, 76-73                                                                         D19      at Loyola Marymount                     W, 80-65
F10      at UTEP (WAC)                    W, 65-61             2004-05                                                     D22      Wake Forest                              L, 69-67
F15      at Boise State (WAC)              L, 59-51            Coach: Cristy McKinney                                      D30      at Marquette                             L, 83-57
F20      No. 7 Louisiana Tech (WAC)        L, 80-63            Record: 24-9 (14-4 WAC, 1st)                                J2       at Texas A&M                             L, 65-64
F22      SMU (WAC)                        W, 68-48             WAC Regular Season Champions                                J6       Southern Miss (C-USA)                   W, 77-64
F27      at San Jose State (WAC)          W, 71-63             WAC Tournament Champions                                    J8       UCF (C-USA)                             W, 66-52
M1       at Hawai`i (WAC)                 W, 56-47             NCAA First Round                                            J13      at Marshall (C-USA)                      L, 75-64
M6       Nevada (WAC)                     W, 70-45             Date       Opponent                               Result    J15      at Houston (C-USA)                       L, 79-72
M8       Fresno State (WAC)               W, 59-54             N12        McNeese State (1)                     W, 62-43   J20      at Tulsa (C-USA)                         L, 78-53
M12      vs. SMU (3)                       L, 58-55            N14        at No. 24 Arizona (1)                 L, 68-43   J22      at SMU (C-USA)                           L, 67-58
All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;          N19        at Stephen F. Austin                  W, 75-62   J27      UTEP (C-USA)                            W, 83-32
Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) North Star Invitational   N22        at No. 12 Texas Tech                  L, 66-55   J29      Tulane (C-USA)                          W, 82-69
(Fairbanks, Alaska); (2) Gene Hackerman Rice Invitational      N26        vs. Auburn (2)                        L, 62-60   F3       Houston (C-USA)                          L, 72-62
(Autry Court); (WAC) Western Athletic Conference game; (3)     N27        vs. Western Illinois (2)              W, 62-48   F6       East Carolina (C-USA)                   W, 73-65
WAC Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.).                                 N30        at No. 9 Baylor                       L, 77-65   F10      at UTEP (C-USA)                         W, 63-49
                                                               D3         vs. Monmouth (3)                      W, 73-58   F12      at Tulane (C-USA)                       W, 68-56
                                                               D4         vs. Kent State (3)                    W, 71-51   F17      SMU (C-USA)                             W, 71-56
                                                               D17        Texas State                           W, 87-57   F19      Tulsa (C-USA)                           W, 78-62


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F24      at UAB (C-USA)                           W, 83-69       2007-08                                                           J11      at Tulane (C-USA)                       L, 91-63
F26      at Memphis (C-USA)                       W, 72-56       Coach: Greg Williams                                              J16      Memphis (C-USA)                         L, 72-69
M3       vs. Houston (3)                          W, 79-64       Record: 14-18 (6-10 C-USA, T-9th)                                 J18      UAB (C-USA)                             L, 69-68
M4       vs. SMU (3)                              W, 57-52       Date      Opponent                                 Result         J22      at UCF (C-USA)                          L, 77-52
M5       vs. Tulsa (3)                            L, 55-52       N9        vs. Navy (1)                           W, 63-52         J25      Southern Miss (C-USA)                   L, 65-50
M15      Jackson State (WNIT)                     W, 64-48       N10       vs. North Texas (1)                    W, 69-65         J29      at Tulsa (C-USA)                        L, 71-60
M18      at Indiana (WNIT)                        L, 67-57       N11       at Winthrop (1)                    W, 63-54 (OT)        J31      at SMU (C-USA)                          L, 68-52
All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;            N16       at Cal State Northridge                W, 81-55         F4       Houston (C-USA)                         L, 66-56
Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Seattle Times UW Classic    N18       at UCLA                                 L, 79-71        F7       at Houston (C-USA)                      L, 70-50
(Seattle, Wash.); (2) Gene Hackerman Rice Invitational           N20       Arkansas-Little Rock (R)               W, 49-39         F12      UTEP (C-USA)                            L, 69-57
(Autry Court); (C-USA) Conference USA game; (3) C-USA            N23       vs. Clemson (2)                         L, 62-59        F14      Tulane (C-USA)                          W, 62-54
Tournament (Dallas, Texas); (WNIT) Women’s National              N24       vs. Colorado (2)                        L, 72-55        F20      Tulsa (C-USA)                           W, 62-56
Invitational Tournament (Campus Sites).                          N30       at Furman                               L, 70-53        F22      SMU (C-USA)                             L, 63-41
                                                                 D2        at Wake Forest                          L, 79-46        F26      at East Carolina (C-USA)                L, 79-54
2006-07                                                          D6        TCU (S)                                W, 82-74         F28      at Marshall (C-USA)                     L, 61-51
Coach: Greg Williams                                             D20       Rider (S)                              W, 66-65         M5       vs. UCF 2                               L, 66-64
Record: 19-14 (10-6 C-USA, T-4th)                                D28       at Prairie View A&M                     L, 51-46        All home games are in bold; Rankings reflect AP Top 25
WNIT First Round                                                 D30       at No. 10 Baylor                        L, 76-51        Poll; (1) Ole Miss Holiday Classic (Oxford, Miss.); (C-USA)
Date     Opponent                            Result              J4        Tulane (C-USA) (S)                      L, 61-38        Conference USA game; (2) C-USA Tournament (Orlando, Fla.).
N10      at Monmouth                       W, 76-45              J6        UTEP (C-USA) (S)                        L, 77-54
N12      at Rider                          W, 92-57              J13       at Houston (C-USA)                      L, 71-66        2009-10
N17      Mississippi                 W, 92-91 (2 OT)             J17       at Southern Miss                       W, 64-58         Coach: Greg Williams
N20      at Arkansas-Little Rock            L, 54-46             J20       UCF (C-USA) (S)                         L, 68-49        Record: 13-17 (7-9 C-USA, 7th)
N25      at TCU                             L, 81-67             J26       Houston (C-USA) (S)                     L, 70-64        Date     Opponent                                   Result
N27      Sam Houston State                 W, 91-48                                                                                N13      at UT-Arlington                            L, 81-64
                                                                 F1        at UAB (C-USA)                          L, 76-64
D1       No. 10 Texas A&M                  W, 79-66                                                                                N18      at #15/8 Texas A&M                         L, 86-50
                                                                 F3        at Memphis (C-USA)                      L, 62-56
                                                                                                                                   N21      at Stephen F. Austin                       L, 92-82
D3       Marquette                          L, 78-62             F7        SMU (C-USA) (S)                    L, 70-68 (OT)        N24      UALR                                       L, 73-54
D8       Alcorn State (1)                  W, 72-51              F9        Tulsa (C-USA) (H)                      W, 69-59         N27      vs. UMass (1)                              L, 71-57
D9       Idaho State (1)                   W, 88-69              F14       at Tulane (C-USA) (CSTV)               W, 78-73         N28      vs. Long Beach State (1)                   L, 68-64
D21      at Louisiana Tech                  L, 86-58             F16       at No. 24 UTEP (C-USA)                  L, 65-53        D4       UT-Pan American (2)                       W, 71-47
D29      vs. Kansas State (2)               L, 83-54             F21       at SMU (C-USA)                          L, 80-68        D5       Sam Houston State (2)                     W, 82-62
D30      vs. George Mason (2)               L, 68-58                                                                               D20      at Lamar                                   L, 82-66
                                                                 F23       at Tulsa (C-USA)                       W, 57-49
J2       at Houston (C-USA)            L, 91-86 (OT)                                                                               D28      Northwestern State                        W, 57-48
                                                                 F28       Marshall (C-USA) (S)                   W, 68-64         D30      Hofstra                                   W, 90-71
J5       at UTEP (C-USA)                    L, 65-52             M1        East Carolina (C-USA) (S)              W, 69-62         J2       at George Washington                      W, 65-57
J7       at Tulane (C-USA-CSTV)            W, 61-52              M6        vs. East Carolina (3)                  W, 69-55         J4       UTSA                                      W, 70-56
J11      Marshall (C-USA)                  W, 83-79              M7        vs. No. 18 UTEP (3)                     L, 80-71        J8       at UTEP (C-USA)                            L, 74-64
J14      at East Carolina (C-USA)           L, 74-60             All home games are in bold; Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll;      J10      at Tulane (C-USA)                          L, 82-60
J21      Houston (C-USA-ESPN2)             W, 70-56              (R) Played at Reliant Arena; (S) Played at HBU’s Sharp Gym;       J15      Marshall (C-USA)                          W, 63-61
J25      SMU (C-USA)                       W, 80-69              (H) Played at UH’s Hofheinz Pavilion; (1) Winthrop Adidas         J17      East Carolina (C-USA)                     W, 77-74
J27      Tulsa (C-USA)                     W, 83-65              Classic (Rock Hill, S.C.); (2) Colorado Coors Classic (Boulder,   J23      at Memphis (C-USA)                     L, 59-58 OT
F1       UTEP (C-USA)                      W, 84-31              Colo.); (C-USA) Conference USA game; (3) C-USA Tournament         J28      SMU (C-USA)                               W, 61-58
F3       Tulane (C-USA)                     L, 71-68             (Orlando, Fla.).                                                  J30      Tulsa (C-USA)                             W, 63-56
F9       at Southern Miss (C-USA)          W, 65-44                                                                                F4       Houston (C-USA)                            L, 72-53
F11      at UCF (C-USA)                    W, 75-57              2008-09                                                           F7       UAB (C-USA)                               W, 72-58
F15      at SMU (C-USA)                     L, 64-50             Coach: Greg Williams                                              F12      at SMU (C-USA)                             L, 73-54
F17      at Tulsa (C-USA)                  W, 50-45              Record: 7-23 (2-14 C-USA, 12th)                                   F14      at Tulsa (C-USA)                           L, 80-46
F22      UAB (C-USA)                        L, 79-66             Date      Opponent                                  Result        F18      at UCF (C-USA)                            W, 65-59
F24      Memphis (C-USA)                   W, 79-46              N14       Cal State Northridge                    W, 76-55        F20      at Southern Miss (C-USA)                   L, 68-60
M2       vs. UTEP (3)                      W, 56-46              N18       Prairie View A&M                        W, 47-45        F25      Tulane (C-USA)                         L, 81-69 OT
M3       vs. Tulane (3-CSTV)               W, 64-52              N23       #10 Baylor                               L, 83-58       F27      UTEP (C-USA)                              W, 74-54
M4       vs. East Carolina (3-ESPN2)        L, 79-70             N25       Furman                                  W, 66-62        M4       at Houston                                 L, 81-58
M15      at Illinois State (WNIT)    L, 71-61 (3 OT)             N29       at UALR                                  L, 56-53       M8       vs. UTEP (3)                               L, 62-61
All home games are in bold and played at Autry Court;            D6        UT-Arlington                             L, 77-72
Rankings reflect AP Top 25 Poll; (1) Gene Hackerman Rice         D17       UCLA                                     L, 82-64       (1) Univ. of Miami Tournament (Miami, Fla.); (2) Gene
Invitational (Autry Court); (2) FIU Funn & Sun Classic (Miami,   D19       at Hofstra                               L, 68-58       Hackerman Invitational (Rice); (3) C-USA Tournament (Tulsa,
Fla.); (C-USA) Conference USA game; (3) C-USA Tournament         D21       at Lafayette                          L OT, 79-76       Okla.). (C-USA) Conference USA
(Tulsa, Okla.); (WNIT) Women’s National Invitational             D29       vs. Tenn.-Martin 1                      W, 66-57
Tournament (Campus Sites).                                       D30       at Mississippi 1                         L, 81-48
                                                                 J3        at UTSA                                  L, 81-50
                                                                 J5        George Washington                       W, 78-68
                                                                 J9        at UTEP (C-USA)                          L, 76-60


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              CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT HISTORY
1991 SWC Tournament                                                          2002 WAC Tournament
at Dallas, Texas (Moody Coliseum) (No. 7 seed)                               at Tulsa, Okla. (Donald W. Reynolds Center) (No. 2 seed)
March 6        Texas (Quarterfinals)                           L, 108-61     March 6        SMU (Quarterfinals)                         W, 80-57
                                                                             March 8        Hawai`i (Semifinals)                        L, 59-36
1992 SWC Tournament
at Dallas, Texas (Moody Coliseum) (No. 6 seed)                               2003 WAC Tournament
March 9        Houston (Quarterfinals)                          L, 63-57     at Tulsa, okla. (Donald W. Reynolds Center) (No. 2 seed)
                                                                             March 12       SMU (Quarterfinals)                         L, 58-55
1993 SWC Tournament
at Dallas, Texas (Moody Coliseum) (No. 7 seed)                               2004 WAC Tournament
March 10       Texas (Quarterfinals)                            L, 87-51     at Fresno, Calif. (Save Mart Center) (No. 2 seed)
                                                                             March 10       San Jose State (Quarterfinals)              W, 67-54
1994 SWC Tournament                                                          March 12       Tulsa (Semifinals)                          W, 55-42
at Dallas, Texas (Moody Coliseum) (No. 6 seed)                               March 13       Louisiana Tech (Championship)               L, 76-52
March 9        Texas (Quarterfinals)                           L, 102-57
                                                                             2005 WAC Tournament
1995 SWC Tournament                                                          at Reno, Nev. (Lawlor Events Center) (No. 2 seed)
at Dallas, Texas (Moody Coliseum) (No. 5 seed)                               March 9        Nevada (Quarterfinals)                      W, 64-54
March 8        Houston (Quarterfinals)                          L, 77-48     March 11       San Jose State (Semifinals)                 W, 76-68
                                                                             March 12       Louisiana Tech (Championship)               W, 86-66
1996 SWC Tournament
at Dallas, Texas (Moody Coliseum)(No. 5 seed)                                2006 Conference USA Tournament
March 6        Texas A&M (Quarterfinals)                        L, 91-63     at Dallas, Texas (Moody Coliseum) (No. 2 seed)
                                                                             March 3        Houston (Quarterfinals)                     W, 79-64
1997 WAC Tournament                                                          March 4        SMU (Semifinals)                            W, 57-52
at Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center) (No. 2 seed Mountain)              March 5        Tulsa (Championship)                        L, 55-52
March 5        Hawai`i (Quarterfinals)                          L, 57-54
                                                                             2007 Conference USA Tournament
1998 WAC Tournament                                                          at Tulsa, Okla. (Donald W. Reynods Center) (No. 4 seed)
at Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center) (No. 2 seed Pacific)               March 2        UTEP (Quarterfinals)                        W, 56-46
March 4        UTEP (Quarterfinals)                            W, 88-68      March 3        Tulane (Semifinals)                         W, 64-52
March 6        BYU (Semifinals)                                W, 65-57      March 4        East Carolina (Championship)                L, 79-70
March 7        New Mexico (Championship)                       L, 69-48
                                                                             2008 Conference USA Tournament
1999 WAC Tournament                                                          at Orlando, Fla. (UCF Arena) (No. 9 seed)
at Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center) (No. 3 seed Mountain)              March 6        East Carolina (Opening Round)               W, 69-55
March 1        Fresno State (Opening Round)                    W, 78-48      March 7        UTEP (Quarterfinals)                        L, 80-71
March 3        Utah (Quarterfinals)                            W, 74-57
March 5        Colorado State (Semifinals)                     L, 70-52      2009 Conference USA Tournament
                                                                             at New Orleans, La. (Fogelman Arena) (No. 12 seed)
2000 WAC Tournament                                                          March 5        UCF (Opening Round)                         L, 66-64
at Fresno, Calif. (Selland Arena) (No. 3 seed)
March 8        Nevada (Quarterfinals)                      W, 60-56 (OT)     2010 Conference USA Tournament
March 10       Hawai`i (Semifinals)                            W, 76-73      at Tulsa, Okka. (Reynolds Arena) (No. 7 seed)
March 11       SMU (Championship)                              W, 71-67      March 8        UTEP (Opening Round)                        L, 62-61


2001 WAC Tournament
at Tulsa, Okla. (Donald W. Reynolds Center) (No. 2 seed)
March 7        Nevada (Quarterfinals)                      W, 60-56 (OT)
March 9        TCU (Semifinals)                                 L, 76-58




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                              RICE COACHING RECORDS
Coach                          Years                       W              L              Pct.
Linda Tucker                   1978-89                    134           164              .450
Mike Dunavant                  1989-93                     42            68              .382
Cristy McKinney                1993-2005                  216           138              .610
Greg Williams                  2005-Current                71            86              .452
Total                                                     463           456              .504


                              ALL-CONFERENCE OWLS
CONFERENCE USA (6)                                              OTHER WAC HONORS
2006   Lauren Neaves                              First Team    1997   Marla Brumfield          All-Newcomer Team, Freshman of the Year
2006   Krystal Frazier                            Third Team                                                          All-Defensive Team
2007   Lauren Neaves                              First Team    1998   Marla Brumfield                              All-Tournament Team
2008   Valeriya Berezhynska                    Second Team      1998   Charonda Wilson                                All-Defensive Team
2010   Jackie Stanley                             Third Team    1999   Marla Brumfield                                All-Defensive Team
       D’Frantz Smart                             Third Team    1999   Kim Smallwood                                All-Newcomer Team
                                                                1999   Charonda Wilson                                All-Defensive Team
OTHER C-USA HONORS                                              2000   Marla Brumfield      All-Defensive Team, All-Tournament Team (MVP)
2006   Lauren Neaves                  All-Tournament Team       2000   Kirra Jordan                                 All-Tournament Team
2007   Lauren Neaves                    All-Defensive Team      2000   Kim Lawson                                   All-Newcomer Team
2007   Valeriya Berezhynska           All-Tournament Team       2000   Kim Smallwood                                  All-Defensive Team
2009   D’Frantz Smart                   All-Freshman Team       2001   Daneesh McIntosh                               All-Defensive Team
                                                                2002   Elisa Inman                                  All-Newcomer Team
WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (12)                                2003   Kim Lawson                                     All-Defensive Team
1997   Marla Brumfield                         Second Team      2004   Lauren Neaves             All-Newcomer Team, All-Defensive Team
1997   Jessica Garcia                          Second Team                                                          All-Tournament Team
1998   Marla Brumfield                            First Team    2005   Cristy McKinney                                 Coach of the Year
1998   Kirra Jordan                               First Team    2005   Lauren Neaves       All-Defensive Team, All-Tournament Team (MVP)
1999   Marla Brumfield                         Second Team      2005   Krystal Frazier            All-Defensive Team, All-Tournament Team
2000   Marla Brumfield                            First Team
2000   Kirra Jordan                            Second Team      SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE (6)
2003   Johnetta Hayes                             First Team    1987   Holly Jones                                             First Team
2004   Lindsey Maynard                         Second Team      1988   Edith Adams                                         Second Team
2004   Lauren Neaves                              First Team    1989   Amelia Cooper                                           First Team
2005   Lauren Neaves                           Second Team      1992   Evenda Barnes                                           First Team
2005   Michelle Woods                          Second Team      1993   Yalonda Stiner                                      Second Team
                                                                1995   Brenda Conway                                       Second Team




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                                                ALL-ACADEMIC OWLS
NCAA POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP                                                         2003   Kate Beckler, Latrice Elder, Aarika Florus, Rosyland Jeffries, Kim Lawson,
1983   Katherine Osten                                                                        Kara Liggett and Lindsey Maynard
                                                                                       2004   Latrice Elder, Rosyland Jeffries and Lindsey Maynard
NCAA SPORTS ADMINISTRATION POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
1988   Karen Sowada                                                                    ALL-CONFERENCE USA ACADEMIC TEAM
                                                                                       2008   Kadie Riverin and Tara Watts
WAC STAN BATES AWARD WINNER                                                            2009   Tara Watts
2000   Jenny Cafferty                                                                  2010   Tara Watts

WBCA/CHARLES T. STONER SCHOLARSHIP                                                     JOYCE POUNDS HARDY AWARD (BASKETBALL WINNERS)
2000   Jenny Cafferty                                                                  The Joyce Pounds Hardy Award is presented annually
                                                                                       to the most outstanding female Rice student-athlete.
THE ARTHUR ASHE, JR. AWARD                                                             1976 Debbie Turner
1996   Lisa Escobedo                                            Honorable Mention      1977 Shelley Pennington
2002   Kim Lawson                                                      First Team      1978 Debbie Turner
2002   Lindsey Maynard                                                 First Team      1979 Patti Sharp
                                                                                       1980 Patti Sharp
COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA                                                            1982 Pat Krieger
1981   Pat Krieger                                                                     1983 Katie Osten
1982   Pat Krieger                                                                     2000 Jenny Cafferty
                                                                                       2003 Kim Lawson
COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT VI                                                        2004 Lindsey Maynard
1989   Charity Shira
2003   Kim Lawson                                                                      HACKERMAN AWARD (TEAM MVP)
2004   Lindsey Maynard                                                                 The Hackerman Award is presented annually to the most outstanding Rice
                                                                                       women’s basketball player.
SWC ACADEMIC HONOR TEAM
1987   Edith Adams                                                                     1979   Pat Krieger
1988   Edith Adams                                                                     1980   Pat Krieger
1989   Edith Adams and Charity Shira                                                   1981   Goya Qualls
1990   Molly Morrison                                                                  1982   Pennie Goff
1991   Carol Anne Gilmore; Molly Morrison                                              1983   Pennie Goff
1992   Carol Anne Gilmore                                                              1984   Pennie Goff
1993   Rachel Hartline                                                                 1985   Dede Brantley
1994   Rachel Hartline                                                                 1986   Holly Jones
1995   Kim LaLonde                                                                     1987   Holly Jones
1996   Kim LaLonde                                                                     1988   Edith Adams
                                                                                       1989   Amelia Cooper
ALL-WAC ACADEMIC TEAM                                                                  1990   Robin Castell
1997   Suzanne Koy                                                                     1991   Yalonda Stiner
1998   Jenny Cafferty, Suzanne Koy and Sara Ludwig                                     1992   Evenda Barnes
1999   Aarika Florus and Suzanne Koy                                                   1992   Yalonda Stiner
2000   Jenny Cafferty and Aarika Florus                                                1994   Brenda Conway
2001   Aarika Florus, Kim Lawson, Lindsey Maynard and Jennifer Rigg                    1995   Brenda Conway
2002   Kim Lawson, Kara Liggett, Lindsey Maynard and Jennifer Rigg                     1996   Tammy McCallum
2003   Latrice Elder, Aarika Florus, Rosyland Jeffries, Kim Lawson, Kara Liggett and   1997   Jessica Garcia
       Lindsey Maynard                                                                 1998   Marla Brumfield
2004   Latrice Elder, Rosyland Jeffries and Lindsey Maynard                            1999   Marla Brumfield
2005   Latrice Elder                                                                   2000   Marla Brumfield
                                                                                       2001   Kenya Tuttle
WAC SCHOLAR ATHLETES                                                                   2002   Kara Liggett
1997   Jenny Cafferty, Lisa Escobedo, Jessica Garca, Suzanne Koy, Sara Ludwig,         2003   Johnetta Hayes
       Stephanie Mundschau and Angelica Smith                                          2004   Lindsey Maynard
1998   Jenny Cafferty, Suzanne Koy and Sara Ludwig                                     2005   Lauren Neaves
1999   Jenny Cafferty, Aarika Florus, Suzanne Koy and Sara Ludwig                      2006   Lauren Neaves
2000   Jenny Cafferty, Aarika Florus, Suzanne Koy, Kim Lawson, Kara Liggett,           2007   Lauren Neaves
       Sara Ludwig and Jennifer Rigg                                                   2008   Valeriya Berezhynska
2001   Sarah Bracken, Aarika Florus, Elisa Inman, Kim Lawson, Kara Liggett,            2009   Maudess Fulton
       Lindsey Maynard, Daneesh McIntosh and Jennifer Rigg                             2010   Jackie Stanley, D’Frantz Smart
2002   Kate Beckler, Aarika Florus, Kim Lawson, Kara Liggett, Lindsey Maynard
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                             R I C E AT H L E T I C S S TA F F D I R E C T O R Y
RICE ADMINISTRATION                                                              Dean Miller, Assistant Athletic Trainer .................... 348-5410                MEN’S TENNIS
Rick Greenspan, Athletics Director .......................... 348-6920           Donna Papangellin, Assistant Athletic Trainer ....... 348-5410                       Ron Smarr, Head Coach .............................................. 348-5716
Rick Mello, Senior Executive AD ............................... 348-5776         Layne Schramm, Assistant Athletic Trainer ............ 348-2870                      Efe Ustundag, Assistant Coach ................................. 348-8855
Dr. Jack Garrett, Senior Associate AD ..................... 348-6921             Dawn Stuckey, Associate Athletic Trainer .............. 348-5410
Leslie Claybrook, Senior Assoc. AD/SWA ............... 348-5829                  Richie Valdes, Head Football Athletic Trainer ......... 348-4738                     MEN’S TRACK & FIELD
Brian Michael Cooper, Business & Financial.......... 348-5776                    Joseph Vargas, Assistant Athletic Trainer .............. 348-4739                    Jon Warren, Head Coach ........................................... 348-6021
Suzanne Boué, Asst. AD/Student-Athlete Development........... 348-6954                                                                                                Casey Thom, Assistant Coach ................................... 348-8861
Dr. Alex Byrd, Faculty Representative ...................... 348-2541            STRENGTH & CONDITIONING                                                              David Butler, Assistant Coach ................................... 348-8861
RoseLinda Cantu, Executive Assistant ..................... 348-4077              Jared Kaaiohelo, Director ........................................... 348-4706
                                                                                 Kristi Bell, Coordinator ................................................ 348-4707   SOCCER
ACADEMIC ADVISING                                                                Andrew John, Coordinator ......................................... 348-4154          Nicky Adams, Interim Head Coach ........................... 348-6956
Julie Griswold, Associate Director ........................... 348-8880          Scott McLafferty, Coordinator ................................... 348-4724           John Adams, Assistant Coach ................................... 348-6959
Mike Yeakel, Assistant Director ................................ 348-8881        Rusty Whitt, Coordinator............................................. 348-4728       Craig Waibel, Volunteer Coach
Heather Jensen, Coordinator..................................... 348-2982
Heather Rasowsky, Coordinator................................ 348-2810           TICKETS                                                                              SWIMMING
                                                                                 Kenneth Wilkins, Ticket Manager ............................. 348-4068               Seth Huston, Head Coach........................................... 348-4710
BUSINESS                                                                         Rice Ticket Office .......................................... 522-OWLS (6957)        Jada Hallmark, Assisant Coach................................. 348-8867
Jerry Lewis, Associate AD/Finance.......................... 348-5093
Christina Meyers, Accounting Assistant ................. 348-5090                VIDEO PRODUCTION                                                                     VOLLEYBALL
Lisa Zalesky, Accounting Assistant .......................... 348-5083           Lance Weaver, Football Video Coordinator ............. 348-5978                      Genny Volpe, Head Coach .......................................... 348-8884
                                                                                 Ryan Ochsner, Video Specialist................................. 348-5684             Melissa Ferris, Assistant Coach ................................ 348-8883
COMPLIANCE                                                                       Dan Kole, Video Specialist ......................................... 348-3928        Russell Brock, Assistant Coach................................. 348-4795
Michael Dean, Asst. AD/Compliance ....................... 348-6919                                                                                                    Jessica Holderness, Volunteer Assistant
Kristina Villavicencio, Compliance Coordinator ..... 348-4457                    GOLF
                                                                                 Drew Scott, Head Coach ............................................ 348-4763         WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
DEVELOPMENT                                                                      Patrick Pyle, Volunteer Assistant Coach ................. 348-4126                   Greg Williams, Head Coach ....................................... 348-5676
Kim Koehn, Assoc. AD/Development.............................. 348-6924                                                                                               Kim Austin-Mbadinga Nzamba, Assistant Coach .. 348-5679
Marc Laney, Assistant AD/Development                                             BASEBALL                                                                             Rebecca Taylor, Assistant Coach.............................. 348-5678
Kate Garrett, Administrative Assistant                                           Wayne Graham, Head Coach..................................... 348-6022               Jae Cross, Assistant Coach ....................................... 348-5674
Tamara Lee, Data Coordination ....................................... 348-6957   David Pierce, Assistant Coach .................................. 348-8863            Ashley Armstrong, Director of Operations .............. 348-6205
                                                                                 David Taylor, Assistant Coach ................................... 348-8859           Mary Santos, Staff Assistant ..................................... 348-5677
EQUIPMENT                                                                        Patrick Hallmark, Assistant Coach............................ 348-8862
Kelly Riccardi, Assistant AD/Equipment .................. 348-6027               Lee Ann Lassiter, Director of Operations ................. 348-8864                  WOMEN’S TENNIS
Chris Palomarez, Assist. Equipment Manager ........ 348-6361                                                                                                          Elizabeth Schmidt, Head Coach................................. 348-6035
                                                                                 FOOTBALL                                                                             Younes Limam, Assistant Coach................................ 348-8856
FACILITIES                                                                       David Bailiff, Head Coach ........................................... 348-6901
Jareel Combest, Asst. AD/Facilities & Operations....... 348-8752                 Jerry Pickle, Assisant AD/Football Operations ....... 348-6903                       WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD
Andrew Ryerson, Dir. of Facilities & Events ............ 348-8785                David Beaty, Assistant Coach.................................... 348-6909            Jim Bevan, Head Coach.............................................. 348-8869
                                                                                 Chuck Driesbach, Assistant Coach........................... 348-6910                 Andrea Blackett, Assistant Coach ............................ 348-6023
MARKETING                                                                        Larry Edmondson, Assistant Coach .......................... 348-6900                 Nancy Wenzel Sanregret, Assistant Coach ............ 348-8882
Ryan Holloway, Assistant AD/Marketing ................. 348-2328                 Rick LaFavers, Assistant Coach ................................ 348-6908
Blakely Allen, Assistant Director............................... 348-6930        Craig Naivar, Assistant Coach ................................... 348-6927           UNIVERSITY OFFICES
                                                                                 Darrell Patterson, Assistant Coach........................... 348-6902               Alumni Office ................................................................ 348-4057
R ASSOCIATION                                                                    John Reagan, Assistant Coach.................................. 348-6912              Marching Owl Band..................................................... 348-2346
Don Knodel, Executive Director................................. 348-6915         Ronnie Vinklarek, Assistant Coach ........................... 348-6900               News and Media Relations ........................................ 348-6770
                                                                                 Jason Washington, Assistant Coach........................ 348-6906                   Rice University Switchboard...................................... 348-8101
RICE SPORTS PROPERTIES – IMG                                                     David Sloan, Graduate Assistant............................... 348-6911              Rice University Relations ............................................ 348-6782
Russ Dean, General Manager.................................... 348-6917          Michael Slater, Graduate Assistant .......................... 348-6900
Nick Kallail, Account Executive................................. 348-6962        Joyce Rannals, Staff Assistant .................................. 348-6931           RICE FACIMILE DIRECTORY
                                                                                 Deborah Reedy, Staff Assistant................................. 348-6914             Athletics......................................................................... 348-6041
SPORTS INFORMATION                                                                                                                                                    Academics .................................................................... 348-6925
Chuck Pool, Assistant AD/Sports Information ........ 348-5775                    MEN’S BASKETBALL                                                                     Rice Athletics Fund ...................................................... 348-6925
Ron Mears, Sports Information Director ................. 348-3929                Ben Braun, Head Coach ............................................. 348-4075         R Association ................................................................ 348-6925
Jay Jameson, Assistant Director .............................. 348-8874          Louis Reyanud, Associate Head Coach ................... 348-8851                     Sports Information ....................................................... 348-6019
John Sullivan, Assistant Director .............................. 348-5636        Marco Morcos, Assistant Coach .............................. 348-4779
                                                                                 Mike Roberts, Assistant Coach ................................. 348-3656
SPORTS MEDICINE                                                                  Mark Vick, Video Specialist ....................................... 348-5637
Mary Buckner, Assistant Athletic Trainer................ 348-6363                Gaelyn Rose, Director of Operations ........................ 348-4778
Matt Brackney, Assistant Athletic Trainer............... 348-6363                Barbara Gill, Event Specialist .......................................... 348-4075
Emily Kohut, Assistant Athletic Trainer .................... 348-4739


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                                                                 RICE MEDIA
NEWS SERVICES                                                                         TELEVISION MEDIA
AP-Houston, 16945 Northchase Drive, Suite 2110, Houston, TX 77060                     kHOU-TV (CbS Affiliate • Channel 11)
(281) 872-8900; Fax: (281) 872-9988                                                   PO Box 11, Houston, TX 77001
Chris Duncan, Kristie Rieken                                                          (713) 521-4375; Fax: (713) 520-7763                                      khou.com
                                                                                      Matt Musil, Butch Alsandor, Daniel Gotera
AP-Texas, 4851 LBJ Freeway, Suite 300, Dallas, TX 75244
(972) 991-2100; Fax: (972) 991-7207                                                   kPRC-TV (NbC Affiliate • Channel 2)
Jamie Aron - Southwest Regional Sports Editor                                         PO Box 2222, Houston, TX 77001
                                                                                      (713) 778-4986; Fax: (713) 771-4930                              click2houston.com
PRINT MEDIA                                                                           Randy McIlvoy - Sports Director; Winston Dutchin, Adam Clanton
Houston Chronicle, 801 Texas, Houston, TX 77002
(713) 220-7891; Fax: (713) 220-7866                                       chron.com   kRiV-TV (FOX Affiliate • Channel 26)
Joseph Duarte-Rice Beat                                                               PO Box 22810, Houston, TX 77027
Richard Justice, Jerome Solomon, David Barron, Steve Campbell, Sam Khan               (713) 479-2841; Fax: (713) 626-9872                              myfoxhouston.com
                                                                                      Mark Berman - Sports Director; Keith Calkins
West U Examiner, 2444 Times Blvd., Suite 200, Houston, TX 77005
(713) 520-1226; Fax: (713) 520-1193                          examinernews.com         kTRk-TV (AbC Affiliate • Channel 13)
                                                                                      P.O. Box 13, Houston, TX 77001
The Thresher, Rice University, 6100 Main, MS 526, Houston, TX 77005                   (713) 663-4572; Fax: (713) 663-4591                                     abc13.com
(713) 348-4801; (713) 348-5238                                    ricethresher.org    Bob Allen - Sports Director; Tim Melton, Bob Slovak


                                                                                      kHCw-TV (Cw Affiliate • Channel 39)
RADIO MEDIA                                                                           7700 Westpark, Houston, TX 77063
KFNC-FM (ESPN 97.5 The Ticker)                                                        (713) 435-2833; Fax: (713) 787-0528                                  khcw.trib.com
Rice Football and Men’s Basketball Station                                            Jorge Vargas - Sports Director
9801 Westheimer, Suite 700, Houston, TX 77042                    975theticket.com
(713) 266-1000; Studio: (713) 780-3776; Fax: (713) 954-2344                           kNwS-TV (independent • Channel 51)
                                                                                      8440 Westpark, Houston, TX 77063
KILT-AM (Sports Radio 610)                                                            (713) 974-5151; Fax: (713) 974-5188                                   knws51.com
24 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1900, Houston, TX 77046
(713) 881-5100; Studio: (713) 572-4610; Fax: (713) 881-5199                           KTBU-TV (Indendent/Channel 55)
                                                              sportsradio610.com      7026 Old Katy Road, Suite 201, Houston, TX 77063
                                                                                      (713) 864-1999; Fax: (713) 864-0528                                    thetube.net
KBME-AM (790 The Sports Animal)                                                       Craig Roberts
2000 West Loop South, Suite 300, Houston, TX 77027
(713) 212-8000; Studio: (713) 212-5790 Fax: (713) 212-8957           790kbme.com      FSN Houston
                                                                                      3200 Southwest Freeway, Suite 3300, Houston, TX 77027
KCOH-AM (Radio 1430)                                                                  (713) 840-6013; Fax: (713) 552-0022
5011 Almeda, Houston, TX 77004                                                                                                 foxsports.com/regional/southwest.com
(713) 522-1001; Fax: (713) 521-0769                                kcohradio.com


KGOW-AM (1560 The Game)
5353 West Alabama, Suite 415, Houston, TX 77056
(713) 479-5300; Fax: (713) 521-0769                             1560thegame.com




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                                                       GETTING TO RICE
Rice University is located at 6100 Main Street in Houston. The campus is bordered           GETTING TO RICE VIA AIR TRAVEL
by Main Street, Greenbriar Street, Rice, Sunset and University Boulevards (see map          George Bush Intercontinental Airport
opposite page).                                                                             Opened in 1969, George Bush Intercontinental Airport is located 23 miles
                                                                                            northwest of downtown Houston.
GETTING TO RICE
From North or South                                                                         It is the eighth-largest international passenger gateway in the nation and the
1. Those approaching Houston on I-45 north or I-45 south should take the US 59 south        eighth-busiest airport in the country. IAH offers non-stop service to more than
exit. From US 59 south take the Fannin Street exit and travel south on Fannin until         115 destinations within the United States as well as 73 direct and nonstop
you reach Sunset Boulevard. Take a right on Sunset and an immediate left onto Main          international destinations.
Street. Turn right into Rice campus using entrance #1 or #2.
                                                                                            IAH is home to Continental Airlines and is the carrier’s largest hub. IAH is also
2. Those approaching Houston from the north on US 59 (heading south) should take            served by most of the nation’s major carriers as well as several international
the Fannin Street exit and travel south on Fannin until you reach Sunset Boulevard.         carriers. In 2007, over 43 million passengers traveled through George Bush
Take a right on Sunset and an immediate left onto Main Street. Turn right into Rice         Intercontinental Airport.
campus using entrance #1 or #2.
                                                                                            Convenient access to the aiprort is provided by I-45 and U.S. 59, the Hardy Toll
3. Those approaching Houston from the south on US 59 (heading north) should exit            Road and the Sam Houston Toll Road (Beltway 8). There are two main entrances
at Greenbriar, stay on the frontage road, and turn right (south) on Greenbriar. Follow      to the airport terminal complex via John F. Kennedy Boulevard from Sam Houston
Greenbriar to the light at Rice Boulevard. Turn left onto Rice Boulevard. Stay on Rice      Toll Road (Beltway 8) and Will Clayton Parkway from U.S. Highway 59.
Boulevard until it becomes Sunset. Turn right on Main Street and take an immediate
right into Rice campus using entrance #1 or #2.                                             Getting to Rice: Take Will Clayton Parkway to U.S. Highway 59. Make a right and
                                                                                            access U.S. 59 South. From there, follow the directions to the left.
From East or West
1. Those approaching Houston from the west on I-10 East should take 610 South               William P. Hobby Airport
to 59 North and exit at Greenbriar. Stay on the frontage road, turn right (south) on        The City of Houston acquired William P. Hobby Airport in 1937. Hobby is located
Greenbriar. Follow Greenbriar to the light at Rice Boulevard. Turn left onto Rice           on Houston’s southeast side approximately seven miles from the city’s central
Boulevard. Stay on Rice Boulevard until it becomes Sunset. Turn right on Main Street        business district. It is the 42nd-busiest airport in the country for total passengers.
and take an immediate right into Rice campus using entrance #1 or #2.
                                                                                            HOU is the home to one of Southwest Airlines’ most important hubs. The airport
2. Those approaching Houston from the east on I-10 West should take the US 59 south         offers direct, nonstop service to over 32 destinations within the United States.
exit. From US 59 south take the Fannin Street exit and travel south on Fannin until
you reach Sunset Boulevard. Take a right on Sunset and an immediate left onto Main          Hobby is very accessible to IH-45. It is located within close proximity of Rice, the
Street. Turn right into Rice campus using entrance #1 or #2.                                Texas Medical Center, Reliant Stadium and NASA. Because of its location, it is
                                                                                            convenient to a large portion of the Houston-Clear Lake-Galveston area.
3. Those approaching Houston from the northwest on 290 should take 610 South
to 59 North and exit at Greenbriar. Stay on the frontage road, turn right (south) on        Getting to Rice: Turn right from the airport onto Airport Boulevard. Access IH 45
Greenbriar. Follow Greenbriar to the light at Rice Boulevard. Turn left onto Rice           North. From there, follow the directions to the left.
Boulevard. Stay on Rice Boulevard until it becomes Sunset. Turn right on Main Street
and take an immediate right into Rice campus using entrance #1 or #2.                       DURING YOUR STAY
                                                                                            Rice Village, also known as The Village, has been one of Houston’s finest
FROM THE gALLERIA • UpTOWN pARK dISTRICT                                                    shopping destinations since the 1930s. Just two blocks from the Rice University
Take West Loop 610 South to 59 North and exit at Greenbriar. Stay on the frontage           campus, the area is known for its wide variety of restaurants, nightlife venues
road, turn right (south) on Greenbriar. Follow Greenbriar to the light at Rice Boulevard.   and shopping.
Turn left onto Rice Boulevard. Stay on Rice Boulevard until it becomes Sunset. Turn
right on Main Street and take an immediate right into Rice campus using entrance            With over 300 shops in the immediate 16-bock area, Rice Village has something
#1 or #2.                                                                                   for everyone and is known for its multitude of small and eclectic shops and
                                                                                            boutiques. Expansion has brought high-end clothing stores and nation-wide
FROM DOWNTOWN                                                                               retail venues.
Travel south on Fannin Street until you reach Sunset Boulevard. Take a right on
Sunset and an immediate left onto Main Street. Turn right into Rice campus using            Two pharmacies are also located within the Village –
entrance #1 or #2.                                                                          CVS 6011 Kirby Dr./(713) 522-3983 and Walgreen’s 5313 Kelvin Dr./(713) 529-5331.

                                                                                            Dozens of restaurants, bars and clubs are located in The Village. Along with
                                                                                            traditional North American eatieries, there are restaurants specializing in food
                                                                                            from all over the world from fine French cuisine to sushi. For more information on
                                                                                            The Village, visit ricevillageonline.com.




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                                                                                                                           CAMPUS MAP
AREA HOTELS                                                                                                                                                                                        AREA RESTAURANTS
Courtyard by Marriott                                     2929 Westpark Drive                                                              (713) 661-5669                                          Chick-Fil-A                                                                        2715 Southwest Freeway                                                                (713) 523-2442
Hampton Inn-Houston Galleria                              4500 Post Oak Parkway                                                            (713) 871-8911                                          Jason’s Deli*                                                                      2530 University                                                                       (713) 522-2660
Holiday Inn-Astrodome                                     8111 Kirby Drive                                                                 (713) 576-5070                                          Jersey Mike’s Sub*                                                                 5819 Kirby Drive                                                                      (713) 523-3151
Marriott-Medical Center                                   6580 Fannin                                                                      (713) 770-8024                                          Prince’s Hamburgers                                                                3899 Southwest Freeway                                                                (713) 626-9950
Residence Inn by Marriott                                 7710 South Main Street                                                           (713) 660-7993                                          Two Rows*                                                                          2400 University                                                                       (713) 523-7770
Residence Inn by Marriott                                 2929 Westpark Drive                                                              (713) 661-4660
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        Resident Student Parking                                                                                                              courts                                                        69                                                                                                                           Richardson College Masters House .......61
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      Visitor Parking(1 free lot-g) lots)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   3                                                            ROTC, Navy..........................................63
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      Accessible Parking                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Sewall Hall.............................................65
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         South Servery.........................................66
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                                                                                                                                                                                                               B                              4                                                                                          Space Science and Technology ...............67
 ApB Alice Pratt Brown Hall Lot                                                                                                                       stadium
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Martel Center for Continuing ...............41                         Building
 B   Baker College–Housing & Dining                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Track and Soccer Stadium......................68
                                                 BuildingS                                                                                                                                                                                                              Studies, Speros P.
     Lot                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Dean of Susanne M. Glasscock School                              Wiess College, Harry C. ........................69
 Bg  Biology–Geology Lot                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                of Continuing Studies                                            Wiess College Masters House ................70
                                                 Abercrombie Engineering ........................ 1
 c   Campanile Lot                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Martel College, Marian and...................42                     Wiess President’s House ........................71
                                                    Laboratory
 cg  Central Campus Garage (Paid)                                                                                         travis
                                                 Admission Office: See Lovett Hall                                                                                                                     5                                                                Speros P.
 Fe  Facilities, Engineering, and                Allen Center for Business Activities ......... 2                                                                                                                                                                    Martel College Masters House ..............43
     Planning Lot                                   President, Provost, Registrar, Cashier,                                                   A                                                                                                                      McNair Hall, Janice and Robert ............44                       AcAdemic SchoolS
 g   Greenbriar Lot                                 Controller, Human Resources, Vice                                                                                                                                                                                   Dean of Jesse H. Jones Graduate
 gA  Greenbriar Annex                               President for Finance, Vice President for                                                                                                                                                                           School of Management, Central                                    Architecture, School of ............................ 4
 h   Hess Court Lot                                 Administration, Vice President for                                                                                                                                                                                  Campus Garage                                                    Continuing Studies, Susanne M. .......... 41
 k   Keck Lot                                       Public Affairs, Vice President for                               Brown Hall for Mathematical ................15                               Hicks Kitchen Building .........................30                 Mechanical Engineering Building .........45                            Glasscock School of
 l   Lovett Lot                                     Resource Development                                                Sciences, Herman                                                          Humanities Building .............................31                Mechanical Laboratory ..........................46                  Engineering, George R. Brown .............20
 n   North Lot                                   Anderson Biological Laboratories,........... 3                      Butcher Hall, Dell .................................16                          Dean of Humanities                                              Media Center .........................................47               School of
 nc  North Colleges Residents Lot                   M.D.                                                             Campus Observatory .............................17                           Jones College, Mary Gibbs ....................32                   Mudd Computer Science .......................48                     Humanities, School of ...........................31
 nA  North Annex Lot                             Anderson Hall, M.D. ............................... 4               Cohen House, Robert and Agnes ..........18                                   Jones College Commons........................33                       Laboratory, Seeley G.                                            Management, Jesse H. Jones..................44
 Sc  South Colleges Residents Lot                   Dean of Architecture                                                Faculty Club                                                              Jones College Masters House ................34                     North Servery ........................................49               Graduate School of
 SS  South Stadium Lot                           Athletic Offices ........................................ 5         Cox Fitness Center ................................19                        Keck Hall, Howard ................................35               O’Connor House, Ralph S. ...................50                      Music, Shepherd School of.....................13
 W   West Lot                                    Autry Court and Gymnasium .................. 6                      Duncan Hall, Anne and Charles ............20                                    Dean of Wiess School of Natural                                    Alumni Office                                                    Natural Sciences, Wiess School of ..........35
                                                 Baker College, James A............................ 7                   Dean of George R. Brown School of                                            Sciences                                                        Police Department .................................51               Social Sciences, School of ........................ 9
 Parking r ates:                                 Baker College Masters House .................. 8                       Engineering                                                               Keith-Wiess Geological ..........................36                Post Office .............................................52
 West of Entrance 18: $1.00 each                 Baker Hall, James A., III ......................... 9               Facilities, Engineering, and ...................21                              Laboratories                                                    Rayzor Hall ...........................................53           conStruction key
   35 minutes, $10.00 daily maximum                 Dean of Social Sciences, Director                                Planning Building                                                            Ley Student Center ................................37              Reckling Park at Cameron Field ............54
 East of Entrance 18: $1.00 each                    of Baker Institute for Public Policy                             Fondren Library.....................................22                       Lovett College, Edgar Odell..................38                    Rice College, Will ..................................55                 A    Site of Collaborative Research Center
   17.5 minutes, $10.00 daily maximum            Brown College, Margarett Root ............10                        Graduate Apartments.............................23                           Lovett College Masters House ..............39                      Rice College Masters House ..................56
                                                 Brown College Commons and ...............11                         Greenbriar Building...............................24                         Lovett Hall ............................................40         Rice Memorial Center ...........................57                      B    Future site of South Plant
 Payment m ethods:                                  Residences                                                       Hamman Hall ........................................25                          Admission Office, Dean of                                          Bookstore
 Central Campus Garage: cash or credit           Brown College Masters House ..............12                        Hanszen College, Harry Clay ................26                                  Undergraduates, Vice President for                              Rice Memorial Chapel ...........................58                      C    Future site of Pavilion
   card.                                         Brown Hall, Alice Pratt .........................13                 Hanszen College Masters House ...........27                                     Enrollment, Vice President for                                  Rice Stadium .........................................59
 Founder’s Court, North, and West Lots              Dean of Shepherd School of Music                                 Herring Hall, Robert R. ........................28                              Investments and Treasurer,                                         “R” Room                                                             D Future site of McMurtry College and
 Visitor Section: credit card.                   Brown Hall, George R. ..........................14                  Herzstein Hall .......................................29                        Visitors Center                                                 Richardson College, Sid W. ...................60                          Duncan College

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