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					                                                                                                                    MICHIGAN SCHEDULE &
                                                                                                                          RESULTS

                                                                                                                   OVERALL: 5-5                          BIG TEN: 0-0
                                                                                                                   HOME: 4-1                             HOME: 0-0
                                                                                                                   AWAY: 0-3                             AWAY: 0-0
                                                                                                                   NEUTRAL: 1-1

                                                                                                                 Nov. 15 Miami (Ohio)#            W, 79-68
                                                                                                                 Nov. 17 Cincinnati#              W, 73-69
   2003-04 W omen’s Basketball                                                                                   Nov. 19 Rutgers#
                                                                                                                 Nov. 21 Western Michigan
                                                                                                                                                  L, 50-65
                                                                                                                                                  W, 66-53
                                          December 9, 2003                                                       Nov. 24 Alabama              L, 74-76 (ot)
                                                                                                                 Nov. 28 Texas Tech! (5)           L, 61-74
Michigan (5-5) at Seton Hall (3-3)                                                                               Nov. 29 Texas-Arlington          W, 68-51
When ............................Saturday, Dec. 13 (2 p.m.)                                                      Dec. 3    Charlotte              W, 72-65
Site ................................South Orange, N.J. (Walsh Gym/2,600)                                        Dec. 5    Drake                  L, 55-70
Television/Internet ......none/none                                                                              Dec. 7    Creighton              L, 66-82
Radio/Internet .............none/none                                                                            Dec. 13 Seton Hall                 2 p.m.
Series .............................U-M leads, 1-0                                                               Dec. 21 Xavier                      2 p.m.
Coaches ........................Michigan: Cheryl Burnett (Kansas, 1981)
                                                                                                                 Dec. 28 Detroit-Mercy              2 p.m.
........................................Overall: 324-141 (16th season); School: 5-5 (first season)
                                                                                                                 Jan. 1    Minnesota*~         7 p.m. CST
........................................Seton Hall: Phylis Mangina (Seton Hall, 1981)
                                                                                                                 Jan. 4    Northwestern*       2 p.m. CST
........................................Overall: 262-259 (19th season); School: same
                                                                                                                 Jan. 10 Indiana*~                  4 p.m.
                                                                                                                 Jan. 15 Penn State*                7 p.m.
Statistical Comparison
                                                                                                                 Jan. 18 Michigan State*            2 p.m.
     FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct.                 FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO Blk Stl                     Pts.-Avg.
MICH 238-558 .427 36-119 .303                 152-214 .710 381-38.1 125 190 29 82                    664-66.4
                                                                                                                 Jan. 22 Wisconsin*            7 p.m. CST
OPP  255-604 .422 32-126 .254                 131-183 .716 350-35.0 111 156 29 94                    673-67.3    Jan. 25 Iowa*                 2 p.m. CST
                                                                                                                 Jan. 29 Ohio State*                7 p.m.
SHU     150-345     .435   23-71       .324   84-139     .604 268-44.7       72 120 16       45      405-67.8    Feb. 1    Illinois*           2 p.m. CST
OPP     130-338     .385   24-83       .289   96-149     .644 194-32.3       69 90 16        72      380-63.3    Feb. 5    Purdue*                  7 p.m.
                                                                                                                 Feb. 8    Wisconsin*~              1 p.m.
IN THE PAINT                                                                                                     Feb. 12 Michigan State*            7 p.m.
• Jennifer Smith continued her dominating play in the post in Michigan’s three games last                        Feb. 15 Penn State                 2 p.m.
week, averaging 25.0 points and 8.7 boards. Currently No. 3 in the nation and atop the Big Ten                   Feb. 19 Indiana                    7 p.m.
at 23.9 points per game, Smith has really emerged as one of the elite post players in the country                Feb. 26 Northwestern               7 p.m.
over her last seven games. Beginning with a 32-point, 13-rebound performance in a win over                       Feb. 29 Minnesota               3:30 p.m.
Western Michigan on Nov. 21, Smith is averaging 26.9 points and 8.6 rebounds while shooting                      March 4-8 Big Ten Tournament
a phenomenal .588 (67-114) from the field. Smith is on pace to score a school-record 693 points                  March 20-21             NCAA First Round
this season, which would break the Michigan single-season scoring record of 581, set by Peg                      March 22-23          NCAA Second Round
Harte (1981-83) during the 1982-83 season.                                                                       March 27-30              NCAA Regionals
                                                                                                                 April 4-6                NCAA Final Four
• After scoring in double digits for the firs six games of the season, junior forward Tabitha
Pool slumped through a three-game stretch where the Ann Arbor native netted just single digits                   Home games in bold
in the scoring column. However, Pool snapped out of that with a 16-point performance against                     All Times listed are local to site
Creighton on Sunday. Despite the three-game lull, Pool remains Michigan’s most versatile per-                    # Preseason WNIT (campus sites)
former while checking in as the team’s third-leading scorer (10.6), second-leading rebounder                     ! SMU Hoops for Cure Classic (Dallas, Texas)
(7.7) and No. 2 in assists (21).                                                                                 ~ Fox Sports Chicago Big Ten Game of the Week
                                                                                                                 * Big Ten Conference Opponent
• Following a five-game stretch where Michigan’s second-leading scorer failed to reach double-
digits in points, senior Stephanie Gandy is averaging 13.7 points over her last three contests                      WOLVERINE Possibles (2003-04 stats)
and is shooting .531 (17-32) from the field, including .400 (4-10) from behind the arc.
                                                                                                                 STARTERS
• The Wolverines continue to win the battle on the glass, outrebounding their opponents in four                   ....No. Player ....................Cl.....Ht. ..Pts.....Reb.
straight and six of their last seven contests, with the only losing battle coming against then-No.               F ..1 ....Tabitha Pool ............Jr. ....6-1 ..10.6 ..7.7
5 Texas Tech. For the season, the Maize and Blue is outrebounding its opponents 38.1-35.0 led                    F....24 ....Niki Reams ..................So. ....6-0 ....6.4 ......5.6
                                                                                                                 C ..54 ..Jennifer Smith ........Sr. ....6-4 ..23.9 ..7.9
by Jennifer Smith (7.9) and Tabitha Pool (7.7), who rank No. 3 and No. 4, respectively, in the
                                                                                                                 G ..33 ..Stephanie Gandy ....Sr. ....5-10 12.2 ..4.3
Big Ten.                                                                                                         G ..20 ..Sierra Hauser-Price Jr. ....5-8 ..4.0 ....2.0*

• Already listing as the Big Ten’s No. 1 scorer and No. 3 rebounder, Jennifer Smith is also                      BENCH
ranked No. 11 in field goal percentage (.558) and No. 12 in free throw percentage (.830).                        G ..22 ..Rachael Carney ......So. ..5-9 ..3.1 ....1.3*
                                                                                                                 G ..32 ..Kelly Helvey ..........Fr. ....5-11 2.9 ....2.2
• Although playing just the sixth-most minutes on the Wolverine roster, freshman Kelly Helvey                    G ..42 ....Mie Burlin ....................So. ....5-11 ..1.4 ......0.9
sets the Michigan standard with 14 thefts this season.                                                           F....45 ....BreAnne McPhilamy..Jr. ......6-2 ....1.4 ......1.4
                                                                                                                 G ..11....Lauren Andrews......So. ..5-9 ..0.9 ....1.0
                                                                                                                 *assists
2003-04 Wolverine Notebook

     2003-04 QUICK FACTS                                             2003-04 Michigan Roster
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Location: Ann Arbor, Mich.                       No.     Wolverine (letters)      Pos.     Hgt.   Cl./Elig.   Hometown/High School
Founded: 1817                                    1       Tabitha Pool ++          G-F      6-1    Jr./Jr.     Ann Arbor, Mich. / Huron
Internet: www.umich.edu                          11      Lauren Andrews +         G        5-9    So./So.     Houston, Texas / Klein Forest
Enrollment: 36,787                               20      Sierra Hauser-Price ++   G        5-8    Jr./Jr.     Van Nuyes, Calif. / Notre Dame Prep
President: Mary Sue Coleman                      22      Rachel Carney +          G        5-9    So./So.     Flint, Mich. / Powers Catholic
Athletics Director: William Martin               24      Niki Reams +             F        6-0    So./So.     Jenison, Mich. / Jenison
WBB Administrator: Megan McCallister             31      Leslie Crowley           F        6-2    Fr./Fr.     Lowell, Mich. / Lowell
Conference: Big Ten                              32      Kelly Helvey             G/F      5-11   Fr./Fr.     Toledo, Ohio / Catholic Central
Nickname: Wolverines                             33      Stephanie Gandy +++      F        5-10   Sr./Sr.     Detroit, Mich. / Northern
Colors: Maize and Blue                           42      Mie Burlin +             G        5-11   So./So.     Skovlunde, Denmark / BMS Club
Fight Song: "The Victors"                        45      BreAnne McPhilamy ++     F        6-2    Jr./Jr.     Portage, Mich. / Portage Northern
Conference: Big Ten                              54      Jennifer Smith +++       C        6-4    Sr./Sr.     Lansing, Mich. / Dewitt
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL                              Head Coach: Cheryl Burnett (first season)
Head Coach: Cheryl Burnett                      Associate Head Coach: Karen Rapier (first season)
   Alma Mater: Kansas, 1981                     Assistant Coaches: Lynette Robinson (first season), Janine Moore (first season)
   U-M: 5-5, .500(first season)                 Director of Basketball Operations: Jim Pendergrass (first season)
   Career: 324-141, .699 (16th season)          + — letters earned
   Big Ten: 0-0, .000 (first season)
Associate Head Coach: Karen Rapier              2003-04 Michigan Alphabetic Roster
   Alma Mater: Southwest Missouri State, 1993
Assistant Coach: Lynnette Robinson               No.     Wolverine (letters)      Pos.     Hgt.   Cl./Elig.   Hometown/High School
   Alma Mater: Illinois, 1982                    11      Lauren Andrews +         G        5-9    So./So.     Houston, Texas / Klein Forest
Assistant Coach: Janine Moore                    42      Mie Burlin +             G        5-11   So./So.     Skovlunde, Denmark / BMS Club
   Alma Mater: Evansville, 1999                  22      Rachel Carney +          G        5-9    So./So.     Flint, Mich. / Powers Catholic
Director of Basketball Operations:               31      Leslie Crowley           F        6-2    Fr./Fr.     Lowell, Mich. / Lowell
   Jim Pendergrass                               33      Stephanie Gandy +++      F        5-10   Sr./Sr.     Detroit, Mich. / Northern
   Alma Mater: S.W. Baptist University, 1998     20      Sierra Hauser-Price ++   G        5-8    Jr./Jr.     Van Nuyes, Calif. / Notre Dame Prep
Phone: 734-647-2918                              32      Kelly Helvey             G/F      5-11   Fr./Fr.     Toledo, Ohio / Catholic Central
Facility: Crisler Arena (13,751)                 45      BreAnne McPhilamy ++     F        6-2    Jr./Jr.     Portage, Mich. / Portage Northern
Captains: tbd                                    1       Tabitha Pool ++          G-F      6-1    Jr./Jr.     Ann Arbor, Mich. / Huron
2002-03: 13-16, 3-13 Big Ten (t-10th)            24      Niki Reams +             F        6-0    So./So.     Jenison, Mich. / Jenison
   Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals              54      Jennifer Smith +++       C        6-4    Sr./Sr.     Lansing, Mich. / Dewitt
MEDIA RELATIONS                                 Head Coach: Cheryl Burnett (first season)
Women's Basketball: Rich Marion                 Associate Head Coach: Karen Rapier (first season)
   E-mail: rjmar@umich.edu                      Assistant Coaches: Lynette Robinson (first season), Janine Moore (first season)
   Office Phone: 734-763-4423                   Director of Basketball Operations: Jim Pendergrass (first season)
   Office Fax: 734-647-1188                     + — letters earned
Internet: MgoBlue.com

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL                                                                 Breakdown by Class
INFORMATION
All-Time Record                                                                          Seniors — 2
333-463, .419      31st season (1973-pres.)                                               Juniors — 3
All-Time NCAA Record
249-353, .414      22nd season (1982-pres.)                                          Sophomores — 4
All-Time Big Ten Record                                                                  Freshmen — 2
108-253, .297      21 seasons (1982-2003)
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1990, 1998, 2000, 2001                                                               By State/Country
WNIT Appearances
1999, 2002
                                                                                         Michigan - 7
                                                                                           Texas - 1
                                                                                         California - 1
                                                                                           Ohio - 1
                                                                                         Denmark - 1
                                                                                               2003-04 Wolverine Notebook

                                                                                                                                      Game Notes ...
Opening Tip                                                                  Michigan’s last loss to a Big East school was an 88-54 decision vs.
The Wolverines finally get a breather from their hectic early-season         eventual national champion Notre Dame in the second round of the
schedule that saw the Maize and Blue play their first 10 games of the        2001 NCAA Tournament.
season in just 23 days. The daunting task of playing that many games in
such a short time frame is even more difficult when considering a new        RPI Likes Wolverines
coaching staff is still trying to teach its system while implementing new    Prior to their two losses over the weekend, Michigan sported an RPI
things along the way. Michigan’s (5-5) only action this week is its fifth    rank of No. 30 nationally and was the second-highest ranked team with
game away from Crisler Arena in its last six with a trip to Seton Hall on    three losses in the season’s first edition of the Women’s Basketball
Saturday (Dec. 13, 2 p.m.) in South Orange, N.J. Michigan’s trip to          Coaches Association (WBCA) RPI. Three of Michigan’s first eight
Seton Hall is the first of an important three-game stretch which closes      opponents reside among the top 28 teams in the RPI ranking, with
out the non-conference campaign. A home game vs. 2003 NCAA                   Texas Tech checking in at No. 3 followed by Alabama (No. 25) and
Tournament team Xavier (Dec. 21) and a road trip to instate rival            Rutgers (No. 28). Those three teams represent Michigan’s three losses.
Detroit-Mercy (Dec. 28) affords the Wolverines an opportunity to regain      The Wolverines’, which are one of four Big Ten teams among the top
some momentum heading into Big Ten play beginning Jan. 1. Michigan,          30, strength of schedule ranks of No. 70.
which earned a 59-41 win over the Pirates last season at Crisler Arena,
will look to snap a two-game skid and get back over the .500 mark            Wolverines Among Big Ten’s Best
behind Big Ten scoring leader Jennifer Smith.                                Jennifer Smith paces three Wolverines that are among the conference
                                                                             leaders in scoring. Stephanie Gandy checks in at No. 22 (12.2) and
What: Michigan at Seton Hall (Saturday, Dec. 13, 2 p.m.)                     Tabitha Pool lists 30th (10.6). Smith also lists in field goal percentage
Where: South Orange, N.J. (Walsh Gym/2,600)                                  (11th, .558), free throw percentage (12th, .830) and rebounding (3rd,
Radio: none locally/MgoBlue.com will provide a link to Seton Hall’s          7.9). Pool is right on her heels in the rebounding category at No. 4 (7.7)
broadcast                                                                    and also is posting 0.90 blocks, which is the ninth-best mark in the
Television: none                                                             league. Small forward Niki Reams, who is second on the Wolverines in
                                                                             offensive rebounding, remains one of the Big Ten’s best off the glass at
The Opponent                                                                 No. 18 (5.6) and Gandy is complementing her scoring with solid
Seton Hall (2-3): The Pirates are 2-3 following a 73-64 loss to              defense, listing fifth in the conference in blocked shots (1.30).
Fordham on Sunday (Dec. 7) … Asia Carroll is the only Seton Hall
player averaging more than double figures (12.8) and leads the Pirates       Different Michigan Team on the Road
with 11 assists through their first four games … Seton Hall has lost         Michigan will be looking for its second win away from Crisler Arena
three straight after opening the season 2-0 and face Fairfield tonight       this season and its first on an opponents’ home court when it faces
(Dec. 8) along with Ionia on Thursday (Dec. 11) before hosting the           Seton Hall. The Wolverines are 1-4 away from Crisler Arena while 4-1
Wolverines on Saturday … The Pirates use a deep bench with 10 play-          at home. The biggest difference is on the offensive end where the
ers averaging at least 10.8 minutes of action … Seton Hall on the            Wolverines are averaging 60.0 points on the road compared to 72.8 at
Internet: www.shupirates.com                                                 home thanks in large part to a more aggressive offensive attitude.
Series: U-M leads, 1-0                                                       Michigan has attempted just 88 free throws in five games away from
                                                                             Crisler Arena opposed to 126 in five home games. Individually,
Michigan-Seton Hall Rematch                                                  Stephanie Gandy has been a weapon at home, averaging 15.8 points and
The Wolverines and Pirates met for the first time in women’s basketball      shooting .462 from the field, but averaging only 8.6 points and shooting
a year ago when the Wolverines earned a 59-41 win on Dec. 14, 2002,          just .419 away.
at Crisler Arena. Stephanie Gandy enjoyed one of her best days as a
Wolverine in the victory, scoring a game-high 23 points on 10-11 (.909)      Smith Maintains Torrid Start
shooting, which matched a Crisler Arena record and is the second-best        Jennifer Smith shows no signs of slowing down after averaging 25.0
shooting day ever by a Wolverine. Tabitha Pool added a double-double         points and 8.7 rebounds in three games last week. At her current pace,
with 13 points and 11 boards as the Wolverines outrebounded the              not only would Smith break the school’s single-season scoring total, she
Pirates 44-34 and held Seton Hall to .239 (16-67) shooting, which            would move all the way to second-place on the Wolverine scoring list.
helped the Maize and Blue overcome 26 turnovers.                             Smith is on pace to score 693 points this season, which would give her
                                                                             1,748 for her career and move her into second place on the all-time list
Familiar Matchup                                                             behind Diane Dietz (1978-82), who totaled 2,066 points for her career.
While Michigan and Seton Hall have met just once before in women’s           A 693-point season from Smith would be the sixth-best single-season
basketball the school’s respective men’s programs have a little more         output in Big Ten history.
storied history. The men’s programs have met just twice, but one of          Michigan’s Career Scoring Leaders
those was for the NCAA National Championship on April 3, 1989, in               1.     2,066     Diane Dietz, 1978-82
Seattle, Wash. The contest went into overtime before Michigan guard             2.     1,647     Trish Andrew, 1989-93
Rumeal Robinson sunk two free throws with three seconds remaining to            3.     1,587     Wendy Bradetich, 1982-86
secure an 80-79 victory for the Wolverines only basketball national title.      4.     1,556     Stacey Thomas, 1996-2000
                                                                                5.     1,550     Abby Currier, 1977-81
Michigan vs. the Big East                                                       6.     1,461     Alayne Ingram, 1998-2002
Michigan’s matchup vs. Seton Hall is its second of the season against a         7.     1,450     LeeAnn Bies, 1999-2003
member of the Big East Conference. The Wolverines dropped a 65-50               8.     1,294     Jennifer Smith, 2000-c
decision at Rutgers on Nov. 19 in the Preseason WNIT semifinals.
Jennifer Smith led the Wolverines with 16 points. Michigan is 15-8 all-      Big Ten’s All-Time Single-Season Scoring Leaders
time vs. teams in the current Big East and has won its last three.             1.     872      Kelly Mazzante, Penn State (2001-02)
2003-04 Wolverine Notebook
Game notes ...

  2.     855     Anucha Brown, Northwestern (1984-85)                        • Tabitha Pool is one rebound away from becoming the 26th player in
  3.     837     Kelly Mazzante, Penn State (2002-03)                        Michigan history to reach the 400-rebound plateau.
  4.     708     Laura Coenen, Minnesota (1984-85)
  5.     707     Stephanie White-McCarty, Purdue (1998-99)                   • Niki Reams next rebound will be the 150th of her career.
  6.     693     Jennifer Smith, Michigan (2003-04) - projected
over 29-game regular season                                                  SEASON HIGHLIGHTS
                                                                             Preseason WNIT
1-2 Week Slips Wolverines to .500                                            Michigan opened the Cheryl Burnett season with a bang, defeating
Michigan opened up its key three-game stretch last week with an              Miami (Ohio) 79-68 on Nov. 15 and then earning a 73-69 victory over
important 72-65 win over Charlotte (Dec. 3) on the shoulders of              Cincinnati on Nov. 17 to advance to the Preseason WNIT semifinals in
Jennifer Smith’s record-setting 37-point performance. However,               the Wolverines’ initial tournament appearance. Michigan’s bid for a title
Michigan’s road trip that took head coach Cheryl Burnett and her entire      game appearance was thwarted by a 65-50 loss at then-No. 15 Rutgers
back to familiar territory in the Missouri Valley Conference did not go      on Nov. 21 in the semifinals. Stephanie Gandy led the way during
as well. The Wolverines dug quick double-digit holes in the first half of    Michigan’s three-game run, averaging 18.0 points and 6.0 rebounds.
losses at Drake (70-55, Dec. 5) and at Creighton (82-66, Dec. 7). Smith      Jennifer Smith totaled 17.0 points and 6.3 rebounds for the
added team highs of 17 and 21 points, respectively, in both losses, but it   Wolverines.
was not enough to overcome 43 Michigan turnovers in the two losses.
                                                                             Out of the Gate Quick
PLAYER NOTES                                                                 Stephanie Gandy opened the season with back-to-back 23-point efforts
• Sophomore guard Lauren Andrews received her most extensive action          in Preseason WNIT wins over Miami (Ohio) and Cincinnati. Gandy’s
of the season vs. Creighton, logging 28 minutes, including her first sig-    consecutive outings of 20-plus points were the first of her career and
nificant minutes of the season at point guard. After playing a total of      helped land her on the Preseason WNIT All-Tournament team.
just four minutes through the first six games, Andrews is averaging 17.5
minutes in her last four.                                                    Smith Garners Weekly Honor
                                                                             Jennifer Smith earned the first Big Ten Player of the Week honor for
• Starting small forward Niki Reams collected just two rebounds vs.          the 2003-04 season and the first of her career on Nov. 17 after compil-
Creighton, which snapped a string of six consecutive games where the         ing 24 points and eight rebounds while notching a career-best with 10
6-0 sophomore grabbed at least five boards and it was the first time she     makes at the charity stripe. Smith also chipped in with a career-best
was held without an offensive board since the season opener on Nov.          four steals as Michigan opened up the Cheryl Burnett era with a 79-68
15. Reams also maintains the team leader in assists (25) and assist-         win over Miami (Ohio) in the Preseason WNIT first round.
turnover ratio (1.3).
                                                                             Smith Puts on a Show
• Jennifer Smith, Tabitha Pool and Sierra Hauser-Price are the only          Jennifer Smith’s career-high 32 points in the win over Western
Wolverines to start all 10 games this season.                                Michigan made her the first Wolverine to score more than 30 points in a
                                                                             game since LeeAnn Bies tallied 31 in a 75-64 loss at Xavier on Dec. 8,
• Kelly Helvey came off the bench in her last two games to match her         2002.
career best with four rebounds at Drake and then set a new career high
with five boards at Creighton.                                               Smith All-Tournament
                                                                             Jennifer Smith netted her second career game of 30 or more points
• BreAnne McPhilamy entered her junior season with 16 career                 with a 30-point performance against then-No. 5 Texas Tech at the SMU
rebounds, but has already tallied 13 this season, including nine in her      Hoops for Cure Classic in Dallas, Texas, on Nov. 28. She followed that
last three games.                                                            up one night later with a 24-point effort in a win over Texas-Arlington
                                                                             to garner All-Tournament recognition.
RECORD/MILESTONE WATCH
• Jennifer Smith has 1,294 career points and is just six points shy of       Busy Month
becoming the eighth player in Michigan history to 1,300 career points.       Michigan’s 68-51 win over Texas-Arlington on Saturday (Nov. 29) con-
                                                                             cluded the busiest November in school history. The Wolverines went 4-
• Stephanie Gandy has 442 career boards and is 11 rebounds of shy of         3 in November, including a run to the semifinals of the Preseason
surpassing Shimmy Gray (1992-94) for 18th place on the school’s              WNIT, after having never before played more than five games in the
career list.                                                                 season’s opening month.
                                                                                             2003-04 Wolverine Notebook

               Michigan Women’s Basketball Inks Four During Early Signing Period
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The University of Michigan women’s basketball program announced today (Nov. 13) that it has signed four stu-
dent-athletes to National Letters of Intent and hopes to add one more during the early signing period (Nov. 12-19) or during the late period
in the spring. The first Michigan class signed by first-year head coach Cheryl Burnett consists of 6-0 forward Katie Dierdorf (St. Louis,
Mo./Visitation Academy), 5-6 point guard Becky Flippin (Springfield, Mo./Parkview HS), 6-0 wing-guard Jessica Starling (Tallahassee,
Fla./Godby HS) and 6-0 forward Ta’Shia Walker (Lansing, Mich./Sexton HS).

“We are thrilled with our first class at Michigan because, No. 1, we recruited the type of people that our staff wanted to bring in,” said
Burnett. “There needs to be an immense amount of trust between our staff and kids we bring in because we do push kids to reach their
potential, and the players have to believe in us as people first and then understand that we genuinely want them to reach their dreams as
students as well as basketball players.”

Dierdorf enters her senior season ranked as the No. 82 player in the nation by All-Star Girls Report and is one of the top players in the
state of Missouri after averaging 25 points and 14 boards as a junior. The daughter of former Michigan offensive lineman and Pro Football
Hall of Fame inductee Dan Dierdorf, she has earned all-state first-team selection as a sophomore and junior and was the Metropolitan St.
Louis Co-Player of the Year last season. The class president as a senior, Dierdorf was a Street & Smith’s All-America honorable mention as
a junior and attended the 2003 Nike All-American Camp. “There is no question her love for Michigan coupled with our staff’s familiarity
with her since she was an eighth grader gave us as well as her family a sense that she was destined to be a Wolverine,” stated Burnett.
“Athletically, she runs the floor incredibly well for a post player and is a hard-working kid that loves the game. She is very powerful
around the goal, yet is able to step out to around 15 foot and knock down that jump shot with consistency.”

Flippin, who got to know Burnett and her staff during their days at Southwest Missouri State in Flippin’s hometown, averaged 18.1 points,
6.6 assists and 2.8 steals as a junior while garnering all-state first-team recognition for the second straight season. Recently named an AAU
17-and-under All-American, Flippin is also a three-time letterwinner in track and holds the school record in the 100-, 200- and 400-meter
dashes. Flippin is a member of National Honor Society. “Becky has a special vision on the basketball court which makes her an excellent
passer to go along with deep, three-point shooting range,” remarked Burnett. “She is a basketball-holic who just loves to play the game
and possesses a work ethic that is contagious and is vital to what we are trying build here at Michigan.”

Starling averaged 19.2 points, 6.2 rebounds and 2.3 steals as a junior en route to all-state third-team honors last season, and she is rated the
No. 34 senior in the Southeast according to Southeastern Roundball Journal. Invited to the 2003 Adidas All-American Camp in Atlanta,
Ga., Starling maintains a 3.6 GPA and is in the Who’s Who in America for Academics/Athletics. “With her size at 6-0, Jessica has an
incredible wing span to go with excellent perimeter skills such as an ability to shoot the triple and attack the basket with dribble drives,”
remarked Burnett. “She is an excellent passer with great instincts and timing. She is a nice fit for our defensive style because her ability to
trap and anticipate is a critical addition to our wing play.”

Walker entered her senior season ranked as the state of Michigan’s third and sixth-best player, respectively, by the Detroit Free Press and
Detroit News, and was tabbed as the No. 115 player in the nation by All-Star Girls Report. A vice president of the executive board for the
entire student body, Walker averaged 15.1 points, 11.4 rebounds, 2.0 steals and 2.0 assists as a junior while being named all-state honor-
able mention. “Ta’Shia has a great personality on the basketball floor, which along with a certain spirit makes her a great basketball player,
and that energy brings a vital element to any basketball team,” opined Burnett. “She loves the game and communicates with her teammates
like a great team player would. She is very powerful in terms of her post moves on the block, however, she also has legitimate three-point
shooting ability at the same time.”

“I love the versatility of this class because we try not to pigeon-hole kids as just post players or perimeter players,” explained Burnett. “We
are first looking at intangibles in our evaluation process, then we are absolutely looking for players who want to play our style and work
very hard while properly representing Michigan in the community. This class, to me, is the perfect class for what we needed to build a pro-
gram.”
2003-04 Wolverine Notebook

                                                                                                                   Coach Burnett/Updated Career Record Book

                                       Cheryl Burnett
                                       Head Coach
                                       Michigan Women’s Basketball                         Did You Know ...
                                       (First Season)                                      More Burnett Accomplishments
                                 Cheryl Burnett became the seventh
                                                                                           • Two Final Fours, three Sweet Sixteen and 10 total NCAA
                                 women’s basketball coach in Michigan his-
                                 tory on April 21, 2003, bringing a career                     Tournament appearances in her last 12 seasons.
                                 filled with championship basketball to the
                                 Wolverine program. Prior to her arrival at                • One of just 12 active head coaches to make at least two Final
                                 Michigan, Burnett developed the program                       Fours.
                                 at Southwest Missouri State into one of the
elite programs in women’s college basketball during a 15-season stint                      • Produced ten 20-win seasons in her last 12 and averaged over 23
(1987-2002) in which she compiled a 319-136 (.701) career mark, won or                          wins in her last 13 campaigns.
shared nine conference regular-season championships and made 10 NCAA
Tournament appearances, including two trips to the Women’s Final Four in                   • Won nine regular-season conference championships and six con-
1992 and 2001. A program that has made three NCAA Tournament appear-                           ference tournament titles in last 13 seasons.
ances in the last seven seasons, Michigan women’s basketball is poised to
become a national player in women’s college basketball under the guidance                  • Has coached both the GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-American of
of Burnett, whose .701 career winning percentage was ranked 35th in                             the Year (Lisa Davies-1998) and the Wade Trophy recipient
NCAA history prior to the 2002-03 campaign.                                                     (Jackie Stiles-2001) given to the nations’ top player.
           A three-time conference coach of the year honoree and two-time
WBCA District V Coach of the Year award winner, Burnett has seen her
                                                                                           • Burnett’s players have been awarded six Academic All-America
success on the college hardwood lead to involvement with USA Basketball.
                                                                                                citations and two NCAA post-graduate scholarships.
She was an assistant coach for the 1996 USA Select Team, which was
made up by some of the top college players in the nation and practiced
against the U.S. National Team in its preparation for the 1996 Olympic                     • Achieved third-highest average attendance in the nation from
Games in Atlanta. Burnett also led the East team at the 1994 U.S. Olympic                       1991-2000 — trailing only Tennessee and Connecticut
Festival, earning a bronze medal.

                                          CURRENT WOLVERINES IN THE RECORD BOOK ...
                                                     (through Dec. 7, 2003)
Scoring (Top 40)                                              2.   .382    Ann Lemire (83-217), 1995-99                9.   610 Lorea Feldman, 1984-87
 1.2,066      Diane Dietz, 1978-82
                                                              3.   .380    Leah Wooldridge (73-192), 1988-92          10.   587 Wendy Bradetich, 1982-86
 2.1,647      Trish Andrew, 1989-93
                                                              4.   .377    Raina Goodlow (23-61), 1998-2003           11.   559 Diane Dietz, 1978-82
 3.1,587      Wendy Bradetich, 1982-86
                                                              5.   .357    Anne Thorius (78-216), 1997-2001           12.   520 Tiffany Willard, 1994-98
 4.1,556      Stacey Thomas, 1996-2000
                                                              6.   .348    Alayne Ingram (182-583), 1998-2002         13.   517 Orethia Lilly, 1982-86
 5.1,550      Abby Currier, 1977-81
                                                              7.   .329    Jen Nuanes (85-258), 1989-93               14.   504 Penny Neer, 1978-81
 6.1,461      Alayne Ingram, 1998-2002
                                                              8.   .324    Molly Murray (124-383), 1994-98            15.   479 Nikki Beaudry, 1989-93
 7.1,450      LeeAnn Bies, 1999-2003
                                                              9.   .319    Tabitha Pool (43-135), 2001-c              16.   471 Sandy Svoboda, 1982-86
 8.1,294      Jennifer Smith, 2000-c
                                                             10.   .313    Jennifer Brzezinksi (15-48), 1992-96       17.   469 Raina Goodlow, 1998-2003
 9.1,260      Lorea Feldman, 1984-87                                                                                  18.   452 Yeshimbra Gray, 1992-94
10. 1,251     Pollyanna Johns, 1994-98
                                                            Free Throws Made                                          19.   442 Stephanie Gandy, 2000-c
11.1,142      Tempie Brown, 1986-90                          1.    484     LeeAnn Bies, 1999-2003                     20.   439 Catherine DiGiacinto, 1993-97
12.1,135      Tanya Powell, 1986-90                          2.    325     Tanya Powell, 1986-90
13.1,133      Peg Harte, 1981-83                             3.    319     Jennifer Smith, 2000-c                     Blocked Shots
14.1,127      Carol Szczechowski, 1987-91                    4.    297     Pollyanna Johns, 1994-98                    1.   367 Trish Andrew, 1989-93
15. 1,112     Anne Thorius, 1997-2001                        5.    291     Anne Thorius, 1997-2001                     2.   136 LeeAnn Bies, 1999-2003
16. 998       Amy Johnson, 1993-97                                                                                     3.   118 Patrice Donovan, 1980-82
17. 988       Raina Goodlow, 1998-2003                      Free Throw % (min. 100 att.)                               4.   104 Lisa Reynolds, 1986-88
18. 930       Stephanie Gandy, 2000-c                         1.   .862    Lorea Feldman (188-218), 1984-87            5.    97 Jennifer Brzezinksi, 1992-96
19. 905       Ann Lemire, 1995-99                             2.   .828    Alayne Ingram (207-250), 1998-2002          6.    80 Stacey Thomas, 1996-2000
20. 885       Leslie Spicer, 1986-90                          3.   .818    Jennifer Smith (319-390), 2000-c            7.    71 Yvette Harris, 1978-79
      885     Lori Gnatkowski, 1980-84                        4.   .795    Anne Thorius (214-280), 1997-2001                 71 Raina Goodlow, 1998-2003
22. 844       Molly Murray, 1994-98                           5.    .771   Carol Szczechowski (263-341), 1987-91       9.    64 Penny Neer, 1978-81
                                                                                                                      10.    60 Pollyanna Johns, 1994-98
Field Goal % (min. 500 att.)                                Rebounds                                                  11.    49 Sandy Svoboda, 1983-86
  1.   .552   Pollyanna Johns (477-864), 1994-98
                                                                                                                      12.    46 Abby Currier, 1977-81
                                                             1.    928     Trish Andrew, 1989-93
  2.   .538   Jennifer Smith (482-896), 2000-c
                                                                                                                      13.    45 Orethia Lilly, 1983-86
                                                             2.    851     Stacey Thomas, 1996-2000
  3.   .509   LeeAnn Bies (380-755), 1999-2003
                                                                                                                      14.    39 Yeshimbra Gray, 1992-94
                                                             3.    827     Pollyanna Johns, 1994-98
  4.   .501   Lorea Feldman (536-1070), 1984-87
                                                                                                                      15.    38 Jennifer Smith, 2000-c
                                                             4.    820     Tanya Powell, 1986-90
  5.   .490   Raina Goodlow (336-670), 1998-2003
                                                                                                                      16.    37 Joan Rieger, 1987-90
                                                             5.    790     LeeAnn Bies, 1999-2003
                                                                                                                      17.    36 Diana Wiley, 1982-85
                                                             6.    747     Abby Currier, 1977-81
3-pt. Field Goal % (min. 50 att.)                            7.    628     Jennifer Brzezinski, 1992-96
  1.   .400   Jennifer Kiefer (102-255), 1993-94, 1995-97    8.    611     Jennifer Smith, 2000-c
                                                                                                            2003-04 Wolverine Notebook


WOLVERINE CAREER AND SEASON HIGHS ...
LAUREN ANDREWS #11                                                                       SIERRA HAUSER-PRICE #20

Category           2003-04 Season High               Career High                         Category            2002-03 Season High            Career High
Points             2, last vs. Creighton (12/3/03)   10, at Purdue (1/12/03)             Points              12, vs. Alabama (11/24/03) 13, vs. CSU (12/21/02)
Rebounds           5, vs. UTA (11/29/03)             5, vs. UTA (11/29/03)               Rebounds            4, vs. Alabama (11/24/03) 4, vs. Alabama (11/24/03)
Assists            2, last vs. Creighton (12/3/03)   4, last vs. CSU (12/21/02)          Assists             5, vs. Alabama (11/24/03) 5, vs. Alabama (11/24/03)
Blocks             na                                1, vs. UCSB (11/25/02)              Blocks              na                             1, vs. Oakland (12/21/01)
Steals             1, vs. Charlotte (12/3/03)        4, vs. UMass (12/29/02)             Steals              3, last vs. Alabama (11/24/03) 5, vs. UDM (12/1/02)
3-pt Field Goals   na                                1, last vs. N’Western (1/23/03)     3-pt Field Goals    na                             na
Free Throws Made   2, vs. UTA (11/29/03)             6, vs. Creighton (11/22/02)         Free Throws Made    5, vs. UDM (12/1/02)           5, vs. UDM (12/1/02)

MIE BURLIN #42                                                                           BREANNE MCPHILAMY #45

Category           2003-04 Season High               Career High                         Category            2002-03 Season High            Career High
Points             6, vs. UTA (11/29/03)             11, vs. Oakland (12/10/02)          Points              4, last at Drake (12/5/03) 4, last at Drake (12/5/03)
Rebounds           4, vs. Miami U. (11/15/03)        5, vs. Xavier (12/8/02)             Rebounds            5, at Drake (12/5/03)          5, at Drake (12/5/03)
Assists            2, vs. Miami U. (11/15/03)        5, last vs. UMass (11/29/02)        Assists             na                             na
Blocks             na                                na                                  Blocks              na                             1, vs. WSU (12/7/01)
Steals             1, vs. UTA (11/29/03)             3, vs. Oakland (12/10/02)           Steals              1, last vs. UTA (11/29/03) 2, vs. Oakland (12/10/02)
3-pt Field Goals   2, vs. UTA (11/29/03)             3, vs. Oakland (12/10/02)           3-pt Field Goals    na                             na
Free Throws Made   na                                na                                  Free Throws Made    2, last at Creighton (12/3/03) 2, last at Creighton (12/3/03)

RACHAEL CARNEY #22                                                                       TABITHA POOL #1

Category           2003-04 Season High          Career High                              Category            2002-03 Season High                Career High
Points             10, vs. Cin. (11/17/03)      10, vs. Cin. (11/17/03)                  Points              18, vs. WMU (11/21/03)             24, vs. CSU (12/21/02)
Rebounds           3, vs. UTA (11/29/03)        5, at Indiana (2/23/03)                  Rebounds            11, last vs. Texas Tech (11/28/03) 13, vs. WSU (12/7/01)
Assists            3, vs. Cincinnati (11/17/03) 7, vs. Illinois (3/6/03)                 Assists             4, last vs. Alabama (11/24/03) 6, last at Wisconsin (1/6/02)
Blocks             na                           na                                       Blocks              3, last vs. UTA (11/29/03) 3, last vs. UTA (11/29/03)
Steals             3, vs. Miami U. (11/15/03) 5, at Purdue (1/12/03)                     Steals              4, vs. Texas Tech (11/28/03) 4, last vs. Texas Tech (11/28/03)
3-pt Field Goals   3, vs. Cincinnati (11/17/03) 3, vs. Cincinnati (11/17/03)             3-pt Field Goals    2, last vs. WMU (11/21/03) 4, vs. CSU (12/21/02)
Free Throws Made   2, vs. Miami U. (11/15/03) 4. vs. Minnesota (3/2/03)                  Free Throws Made    4, last at Creighton (12/3/03) 8, vs. Iowa (1/31/02)

STEPHANIE GANDY #33                                                                      NIKI REAMS #24

Category           2003-04 Season High               Career High                         Category            2002-03 Season High            Career High
Points             23, last vs. Cin. (11/17/03)      29, at Ohio State (2/10/02)         Points              15, vs. UTA (11/29/03)         19, vs. Oakland (12/10/02)
Rebounds           8, vs. Cincinnati (11/17/03)      12, at LSU (12/16/01)               Rebounds            12, vs. WMU (11/21/03)         12, vs. WMU (11/21/03)
Assists            4, vs. Cincinnati (11/17/03)      9 vs. Penn St. (2/25/01)            Assists             6, vs. WMU (11/21/03)          6, vs. WMU (11/21/03)
Blocks             3, vs. Charlotte (12/3/03)        3, vs. Charlotte (12/3/03)          Blocks              na                             1, last vs. Minnesota (3/2/03)
Steals             3, vs. Charlotte (12/3/03)        5, vs. UMass (12/29/02)             Steals              4, vs. Charlotte (12/3/03)     4, vs. Charlotte (12/3/03)
3-pt Field Goals   2, last vs. Charlotte (12/3/03)   4, last vs. Saint Louis (12/7/03)   3-pt Field Goals    2, at Drake (12/5/03)          2, last at Drake (12/5/03)
Free Throws Made   7, vs. Miami U. (11/15/03)        10, at Ohio State (2/10/02)         Free Throws Made    5, vs. Cincinnati (11/17/03)   8, vs. Virginia (12/28/02)

KELLY HELVEY #32                                                                         JENNIFER SMITH #54

Category           2002-03 Season High               Career High                         Category            2002-03 Season High            Career High
Points             7, at Drake (12/5/03)             7, at Drake (12/5/03)               Points              37, vs. Charlotte (12/3/03) 37, vs. Charlotte (12/3/03)
Rebounds           5, at Creighton (12/3/03)         5, at Creighton (12/3/03)           Rebounds            13, vs. WMU (11/21/03) 19, vs. Iowa (1/31/02)
Assists            4, vs. UTA (11/29/03)             4, vs. UTA (11/29/03)               Assists             2, last at Creighton (12/3/03) 5, at Illinois (1/27/02)
Blocks             2, at Creighton (12/3/03)         2, at Creighton (12/3/03)           Blocks              1, last vs. WMU (11/21/03) 2, at Wisconsin (1/6/02)
Steals             4. at Drake (12/5/03)             4. at Drake (12/5/03)               Steals              4, last vs. Alabama (11/24/03) 4, last vs. Alabama (11/24/03)
3-pt Field Goals   2, at Rutgers (11/19/03)          2, at Rutgers (11/19/03)            3-pt Field Goals    2, vs. Texas Tech (11/28/03) 2, last vs. Texas Tech (11/28/03)
Free Throws Made   na                                na                                  Free Throws Made    11, vs. Charlotte (12/3/03) 11, vs. Charlotte (12/3/03)
2003-04 Wolverine Notebook

                  INDIVIDUAL PLAYER BIO UPDATES FOR 2003-04
Lauren Andrews #11
• Came off the bech to play two minutes in win over Miami (Ohio)         Tabitha Pool #1
(Nov. 15) ... came off the bench to play a season-high 16 minutes        • Came through with her first double-double of the season with 10
while contributing two points, two assists and five rebounds vs.         points and 11 rebounds in win over Cincinnati (Nov. 17) ... totaled
Texas-Arlington (Nov. 29).                                               18 points and nine rebounds in win over Western Michigan (Nov.
                                                                         21) ... notched second double-double of the season and 10th of her
Mie Burlin #42                                                           career with 16 points and a team-best 11 boards vs. fifth-ranked
• Scored three points on first triple of the season and grabbed four     Texas Tech (Nov. 28).
boards in win over Miami (Ohio) ... knocked down a pair of triples
in win over Texas-Arlington (Nov. 29).                                   Niki Reams #24
                                                                         • Scored 11 points, including five-for-five at the line in win over
Rachael Carney #22                                                       Cincinnati (Nov. 17) ... grabbed a career-best 12 boards and
• Set career bests with 10 points and three triples in win over          matched a career high with a game-best six assists in win over
Cincinnati (Nov. 17) ... grabbed a season-best three rebounds to go      Western Michigan (Nov. 21) ... scored a season-best 15 points to go
with two assists, a steal and four points in win over Texas-             with seven boards in win over Texas-Arlington (Nov. 29) ... collect-
Arlington (Nov. 29).                                                     ed career-best four thefts to go with eight points, eight boards and a
                                                                         team-high four assists in win over Charlotte (Dec. 3).
Stephanie Gandy #33
• Netted 23 points in season-opening win over Miami (Ohio) (Nov.         Jennifer Smith #54
15) ... came back two days later and scored 23 points again in           • Led Michigan with 24 points, including a career-best 10 free
Preseason WNIT second-round win over Cincinnati (Nov. 17) ...            throws made in 10-13 shooting from the stripe and added eight
named to Preseason WNIT all-tournament team after averaging              boards in season-opening win over Miami (Ohio) (Nov. 15) ...
18.3 points over three games as Wolverines advanced to semifinals        Named Big Ten Player of the Week for first time in her career on
... poured in 20 points and grabbed seven boards in win over             Nov. 18 for 24-point effort in win over Miami (Ohio) ... led
Charlotte (Dec. 3).                                                      Michigan with 16 points and nine boards vs. 15th-ranked Rutgers
                                                                         (Nov. 19) ... recorded first double-double of the season with a
Sierra Hauser-Price #20                                                  career-best 32 points and 13 boards in win over Western Michigan
• Started season opener at point guard and scored eight points to go     (Nov. 21) ... notched third game of the season with at least 20
with three steals in win over Miami (Ohio) (Nov. 15) ... scored a        points when she scored a team-high 27 points vs. Alabama (Nov.
season-best 12 points to go with a career bests in assists (five) and    24) ... tallied second career game with 30 points or more with 30-
rebounds (four) vs. Alabama (Nov. 24).                                   point effort vs. fifth-ranked Texas Tech (Nov. 28) ... came back 24
                                                                         hours later and netted 24 points on 9-13 shooting in win over
Kelly Helvey #32                                                         Texas-Arlington (Nov. 29) ... averaged 27.0 points and 7.0
• Made Michigan debut, earning first career start and contributed        rebounds at SMU Hoops for Cure Classic (Nov. 28-29) en route to
five points, including first career triple in win over Miami (Ohio)      all-tournament honors ... matched the second-best single-game total
(Nov. 15) ... notched career bests with three assists and three steals   in school history with a career-best 37 points to go with 11 boards
at 15th-ranked Rutgers (Nov. 19) ... dished out a team-best and          in win over Charlotte (Dec. 3) ... led Michigan with 21 points to go
career-best four assists to go with three steals in just 12 minutes of   with 10 boards for her team-leading third double-double of the sea-
action vs. Texas-Arlington (Nov. 29) ... set career highs with seven     son at Creighton (Dec. 7).
points, four rebounds and four steals at Drake (Dec. 5).

BreAnne McPhilamy #45
• Saw nine minutes of action, scoring a career-best four points and
bringing down one rebound in win over Cincinnati (Nov. 17) ...
collected a career-best three rebounds and played a career-high 11
minutes in win over Texas-Arlington (Nov. 29) ... set a career high
with five rebounds and matched a career-best with four points in
just 10 minutes of action at Drake (Dec. 5)
                                                                                                       2003-04 Wolverine Notebook

INSIDE THE MICHIGAN                      LED MICHIGAN IN
                                         Opponent            Scoring                  Rebounding            Assists                  Blocks                  Steals
NUMBERS                                  vs. Miami (Ohio) Smith (24)                  Pool (9)              Pool, Reams (3)          Smith (1)               Smith (4)
                                         vs. Cincinnati      Gandy (23)               Pool (11)             Gandy (4)                Gandy (1)               Pool, Reams (1)
Double-Digit Scoring:   2003-04          vs. Rutgers         Smith (16)               Smith (9)             Helvey (3)               Gandy (1)               Helvey (3)
Jennifer Smith          10               vs. WMU             Smith (32)               Smith (13)            Reams (6)                Gandy (1)               Carney, Gandy (2)
Tabitha Pool            7                vs. Alabama         Smith (27)               Pool (8)              Hauser-Price (5)         Helvey (1)              Smith (4)
Stephanie Gandy         4                vs. Texas Tech      Smith (30)               Pool (11)             Reams, Helvey (3)        Pool (3)                Pool (4)
Niki Reams              3                vs. Texas-Arlington Smith (24)               Pool (8)              Helvey (4)               Pool (3)                Helvey (3)
Rachael Carney          1                vs. Charlotte       Smith (37)               Smith (11)            Reams (4)                Gandy (3)               Reams (4)
Sierra Hauser-Price     1                at Drake            Smith (17)               Pool (10)             Gandy (3)                Gandy (2)               Helvey (4)
                                         at Creighton        Smith (21)               Smith (10)            four tied w/2            Helvey (2)              Hauser-Price,Gandy(2)
                                         at Seton Hall
20-Point Games:         2003-04
                                         vs. Xavier
Jennifer Smith          7                at Detroit-Mercy
Stephanie Gandy         2                at Minnesota
                                         at Northwestern
30-Point Games:         2003-04          vs. Indiana
Jennifer Smith          3                vs. Penn State
                                         at Michigan State
10+ Rebound Games:      2003-04          at Wisconsin
Tabitha Pool            3                at Iowa
Jennifer Smith          3                vs. Purdue
Niki Reams              1                vs. Wisconsin
                                         vs. Michigan State
7+ Rebound Games:       2003-04          at Penn State
(excluding 10+)                          at Indiana
Jennifer Smith          4                vs. Northwestern
                                         vs. Minnesota
Tabitha Pool            4
Niki Reams              3                NUMBER OF TIMES LED CATEGORY
Stephanie Gandy         2                (alone or shared)                                                      Blocks
                                         Scoring                                                                Gandy ........................................................5
10+ Assist Games:       2003-04
                                         Smith ........................................................9        Pool ..........................................................2
na
                                         Gandy ........................................................1        Smith ........................................................1
                                                                                                                Helvey ......................................................1
5+ Assist Games:        2003-04
Niki Reams              1                Rebounding
Sierra Hauser-Price     1                Pool ..........................................................6       Steals
                                         Smith ........................................................4        Helvey ......................................................3
5+ Steal Games:         2003-04                                                                                 Gandy ........................................................2
na                                       Assists                                                                Smith ........................................................2
                                         Reams ........................................................5        Carney ......................................................1
3+ Block Games:         2003-04          Helvey ......................................................3         Pool ..........................................................1
Tabitha Pool            1                Gandy ........................................................2        Reams ........................................................1
Stephanie Gandy         1                Hauser-Price ..............................................2
                                         Pool ..........................................................1
5+ Three's In a Game    2003-04          Smith ........................................................1
na                                       Andrews ....................................................1
Triple-Doubles:         2003-04 Career
na

Double-Doubles:         2003-04 Career
Jennifer Smith          3         14
Tabitha Pool            2         10
2003-04 Wolverine Notebook

                                        MICHIGAN                                                       BENCH SCORING
                                     MISCELLANEOUS

TEAM RECORD
                                               Overall                                 Big Ten
Home                                              4-1                                      0-0                                 score      U-M   OPP.   +/-
Away                                              0-3                                      0-0
Neutral                                           1-1                                      0-0         vs. Miami (Ohio)        79-68       8     30    -22

RECORD BY MONTH                                                                                        vs. Cincinnati          73-69      25     17    +8
                                               Overall                                 Big Ten
November                                          4-3                                      0-0         at Rutgers              50-65       6     13    -7
December                                          1-2                                      0-0
January                                           0-0                                      0-0         vs. Western Michigan 66-53         10     18    -8
February                                          0-0                                      0-0
March
                                                                                                       vs. Alabama           74-76 (ot)   11     55    -44
RECORD BY STARTING LINEUP
  SF     PF      PG        SG                                        C                                 vs. Texas Tech          61-74       7     41    -34
 Helvey Pool Hauser-Price Gandy                                     Smith ..................3-2
 Reams  Pool Hauser-Price Helvey                                    Smith ..................1-1        vs. Texas-Arlington     68-51      21     34    -13
 Reams  Pool Hasuer-Price Gandy                                     Smith ..................1-2
                                                                                                       vs. Charlotte           72-65       3     29    -26
RECORD BY JERSEY
White ..........................................................................................4-1    at Drake                55-70      18     24    -6
Blue ............................................................................................0-3
Maize ..........................................................................................1-1    at Creighton            66-82       9     27    -18

RECORD BY SCORING OFFENSE                                                                              at Seton Hall
less than 50..................................................................................0-0
50-59 points ................................................................................0-2       vs. Xavier
60-69 points ................................................................................1-1
70-79 points ................................................................................3-1       at Detroit-Mercy
80-89 points ................................................................................0-0
90-99 points ................................................................................0-0
100+ points                                                                                            at Minnesota

RECORD BY SCORING DEFENSE                                                                              at Northwestern
less than 50 points ......................................................................0-0
50-59 points ................................................................................1-0       vs. Indiana
60-69 points ................................................................................4-2
70-79 points ................................................................................0-2       vs. Penn State
80-89 points ................................................................................0-1
90-99 points ................................................................................0-0
100+ points                                                                                            at Michigan State

OVERTIME RECORD ............................................................0-1                        at Wisconsin

RECORD WHEN ...                                                                                        at Iowa
U-M leads at halftime ................................................................3-1
Opponent leads at halftime ........................................................2-4                 vs. Ohio State
When tied at halftime..................................................................0-0
                                                                                                       at Illinois
U-M leads in field goal percentage ............................................5-0
Opponent leads in field goal percentage ....................................0-5
                                                                                                       vs. Purdue
U-M leads in 3-point field goal percentage ................................4-1
Opponent leads in 3-point field goal percentage ........................1-3                            vs. Wisconsin
U-M and Opponent tie in 3-point field goal percentage ............0-1
                                                                                                       vs. Michigan State
U-M leads in free throws made ..................................................3-1
Opponent leads in free throws made ..........................................2-4                       at Penn State
U-M leads in free throws attempted ..........................................3-1
Opponent leads in free throws attemted ....................................2-4                         at Indiana

U-M leads in rebounds................................................................4-3               vs. Northwestern
Opponent leads in rebounds........................................................1-2
U-M and Opponent tie in rebounds ............................................0-0                       vs. Minnesota
U-M leads in assists ....................................................................5-1
Opponent leads in assists ............................................................0-4
U-M and opponents tie in assists ................................................0-0
                                                                                                2003-04 Wolverine Notebook

        MICHIGAN’S LAST TIME ON THE FLOOR
December 7, 2003                                                           left in the game. Pool connected on a jumper and Smith netted eight of
                                                                           Michigan's 10 points during another run, but the Wolverines could only
Site: Omaha, Neb. (Omaha Civic Auditorium)                                 get as close as 12 (69-57) down the stretch.
Score: Creighton 82, Michigan 66
Records: U-M (5-5), Creighton (3-3)                                        The Wolverines now get their most extended break of the season after
                                                                           playing their first 10 games in 23 days. They will return to action next
Smith's 21 Points Not Enough in U-M Loss at Creighton                      Saturday (Dec. 13) at Seton Hall.

OMAHA, Neb. -- The University of Michigan women's basketball               NOTES
team dropped its second straight road game with an 82-66 loss at
Creighton on Sunday (Dec. 7) at the Omaha Civic Auditorium. The            • Jennifer Smith led the Wolverines in scoring for the ninth time in 10
Wolverines received all but 13 of their points from it top three point     games with her 21-point effort. Smith has scored at least 20 points in
producers -- Jennifer Smith (Lansing, Mich./DeWitt HS) with 21 and         seven of Michigan's 10 games. She added 10 boards for her third dou-
Tabitha Pool (Ann Arbor, Mich./Huron HS) and Stephanie Gandy               ble-double of the season.
(Detroit, Mich./Northern HS) with 16 each -- and turned over the ball
24 times against Creighton's pressure.                                     • Creighton's 82 points scored are the most Michigan has allowed a foe
                                                                           this season, surpassing the 76 Alabama scored in an overtime contest on
Just as they did in a 70-55 loss at Drake on Friday night, the             Nov. 22. The previous high by an opponent in a regulation game was 74
Wolverines started out sluggish on both ends of the floor, with seven      by Texas Tech on Nov. 28.
turnovers in the first 5:30 contributing to a 14-6 deficit. Michigan's
situation worsened when Smith, the team's leading scorer, picked up
her second foul at the 13:34 mark. After digging a double-digit
deficit for the second straight game, the Wolverines settled down but
were unable to carve into the lead.

Freshman Kelly Helvey (Toledo, Ohio/Catholic Central HS) came off
the bench and provided a spark defensively with a block and steal as
well as a layup at the 7:00 mark that trimmed the deficit to eight (26-
18). Michigan coach Cheryl Burnett made the difficult decision to
bring Smith back at around the 10-minute mark and Smith proved
the decision an excellent one, scoring 10 of Michigan's 12 points                                   Game #10 at Creighton
during a 5:47 stretch. Smith's last hoop during the rally closed out a
                                                                                                   Dec. 7, 2003 • Omaha, Neb.
12-6 Wolverine run and closed the gap to six (32-26) with 2:20 left
in the first frame.                                                        Official Basketball Box Score -- GAME TOTALS -- FINAL STATISTICS
                                                                           Michigan vs Creighton
                                                                           12/07/03 3:05 pm at Omaha, Neb. (Omaha Civic Auditorium)
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Creighton closed out the half with a 4-1 run to take a 38-29 lead into     VISITORS: Michigan 5-5
                                                                                                        TOT-FG 3-PT           REBOUNDS
the intermission. Michigan was fortunate to be trailing by just nine at    ## Player Name              FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN
                                                                           01 Pool, Tabitha....... f 6-17     0-5     4-6    1 2 3     3 16 1 5 1 0 36
the break, considering it turned the ball over 13 times and attempted      24 Reams, Niki......... f 0-1      0-0     0-0    0 2 2     2    0 2 2 0 0 24
14 fewer field goals than the Blue Jays. Michigan's struggles taking       54 Smith, Jennifer..... c 7-10
                                                                           20 Hauser-Price, Sierra g 1-3
                                                                                                              0-0
                                                                                                              0-1
                                                                                                                      7-8
                                                                                                                      2-2
                                                                                                                             3 7 10
                                                                                                                             1 1 2
                                                                                                                                       2 21 2 3 0 1 36
                                                                                                                                       2    4 2 3 0 2 22
care of the basketball aided Creighton to a halftime total of 10 steals,   33 Gandy, Stephanie.... g 7-9
                                                                           11 Andrews, Lauren.....     1-3
                                                                                                              1-2
                                                                                                               0-0
                                                                                                                      1-2
                                                                                                                      0-0
                                                                                                                             1 1 2
                                                                                                                             0 1 1
                                                                                                                                       1 16 1 3 0 2 25
                                                                                                                                        4   2 2 4 0 0 28
and CU enjoyed a 7-4 edge on the offensive glass. Once Michigan            22 Carney, Rachael.....     1-1     1-1    0-0    0 1 1      0   3 0 0 0 1       2
                                                                           32 Helvey, Kelly.......     1-7     0-3    0-0    1 4 5      2   2 1 3 2 1 23
settled down and started attacking the basket with the dribble and         42 Burlin, Mie.........     0-1     0-1    0-0    0 0 0      0   0 0 0 0 0 0+

from the post, the Wolverines were rewarded with 14 trips to the           45 McPhilamy, BreAnne..
                                                                              TEAM................
                                                                                                       0-0     0-0    2-2    0 0 0
                                                                                                                              5      5
                                                                                                                                        0   2 0 1 0 1       4


charity stripe, making 11.                                                    Totals..............    24-52   2-13 16-20 12 19 31 16 66 11 24 3 8 200

                                                                           TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-20 45.0%     2nd Half: 15-32 46.9%    Game: 46.2% DEADB
                                                                           3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 0-5     0.0%    2nd Half: 2-8 25.0%     Game: 15.4%   REBS
Creighton failed to extend its lead largely due to its inability to hit    F Throw % 1st Half: 11-14 78.6%    2nd Half: 5-6 83.3%      Game: 80.0%   2,1
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the trifecta, around which much of its offense is based. Blue Jays'        HOME TEAM: Creighton 3-3
leading scorer Dayna Finch, who entered the contest shooting .514          ## Player Name
                                                                                                        TOT-FG 3-PT           REBOUNDS
                                                                                                       FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN
(19-37) from behind the arc on the season, was 0-4 while Creighton         32 Walker, Codi........ f 4-4
                                                                           33 Janis, Angie........ f 3-3
                                                                                                              2-2
                                                                                                              0-0
                                                                                                                      1-2
                                                                                                                      0-0
                                                                                                                             0 3 3
                                                                                                                             1 3 4
                                                                                                                                        2 11 2 2 1 2 24
                                                                                                                                        4   6 1 2 0 0 19
was just 1-9 as a team from three-point land. Smith led Michigan           21 Spanheimer, Laura... g 6-12     1-4     4-6    0 0 0      3 17 0 2 0 3 33
                                                                           22 Neneman, Christy.... g 5-11     0-2     2-3    3 2 5      3 12 6 4 0 5 31
with 10 points and six boards through the first 20 minutes.                23 Finch, Dayna........ g 3-13     1-7     2-4    0 4 4      2   9 5 2 0 4 32
                                                                           03 Woodard, Kristi.....     3-7     0-1    6-6    0 4 4      1 12 2 0 0 2 23
                                                                           04 Erickson, Christy...     4-5     0-0    1-2    4 2 6      3   9 1 1 2 0 14
Pool came out strong in the second half, scoring four quick points to      05 Lapito, Lucy........
                                                                           20 Castro, Deanna......
                                                                                                       0-0
                                                                                                       0-0
                                                                                                               0-0
                                                                                                               0-0
                                                                                                                      0-0
                                                                                                                      0-0
                                                                                                                             0 0 0
                                                                                                                             0 0 0
                                                                                                                                        0
                                                                                                                                        0
                                                                                                                                            0 0 2 0 0
                                                                                                                                            0 0 0 0 0
                                                                                                                                                            2
                                                                                                                                                            2
cut the lead to five (38-33) for the first time since it was 11-6 at the   24 Bush, Brandy........
                                                                           40 Hoffman, Amy........
                                                                                                       0-0
                                                                                                       0-0
                                                                                                               0-0
                                                                                                               0-0
                                                                                                                      0-0
                                                                                                                      2-2
                                                                                                                             0 0 0
                                                                                                                             1 0 1
                                                                                                                                        0
                                                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                                                            0 0 0 0 0
                                                                                                                                            2 0 0 0 1
                                                                                                                                                            1
                                                                                                                                                            4
16:04 mark in the first half. Creighton, however, found its three-point    42 Hildebrand, Sara....     2-3     0-0    0-0    0 0 0      3   4 0 0 0 1 15
                                                                              TEAM................                            2      2
streak early in the second half and used a pair of early trifectas to         Totals..............    30-58   4-16 18-25 11 18 29 22 82 17 15 3 18 200
balloon the lead back to double digits, stretching it to 15 (50-35) at     TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-34 47.1%    2nd Half: 14-24 58.3%   Game: 51.7% DEADB
the 15:27 mark.                                                            3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-9 11.1%
                                                                           F Throw % 1st Half: 5-7 71.4%
                                                                                                              2nd Half: 3-7 42.9%
                                                                                                              2nd Half: 13-18 72.2%
                                                                                                                                       Game: 25.0%
                                                                                                                                       Game: 72.0%
                                                                                                                                                     REBS
                                                                                                                                                      4
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                                                                           Officials: Robert Strong, Doug Miller, Amy Bonner
Despite a solid second-half effort on the offensive end from Gandy,        Technical fouls: Michigan-None. Creighton-None.

who scored six straight points at one point and 11 overall for the
                                                                           Attendance: 1058
                                                                           Score by Periods                  1st 2nd    Total
frame, Creighton pushed its lead to as much as 19 (63-44) with 9:54        Michigan......................
                                                                           Creighton.....................
                                                                                                            29
                                                                                                            38
                                                                                                                  37 -
                                                                                                                  44 -
                                                                                                                          66
                                                                                                                          82
                                        2003-04 U-M WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
                            Michigan Combined Team Statistics (as of Dec 08, 2003)
                                                  All games

       RECORD:                                  OVERALL              HOME                   AWAY            NEUTRAL
       ALL GAMES...........                     (5-5)               (4-1)                  (0-3)            (1-1)
       CONFERENCE..........                     (0-0)               (0-0)                  (0-0)            (0-0)
       NON-CONFERENCE......                     (5-5)               (4-1)                  (0-3)            (1-1)

                                       |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|               |----REBOUNDS----|
## Player              GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA     Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct FT-FTA    Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO       A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
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54 Smith, Jennifer.... 10-10 353 35.3 82-147 .558      2-5    .400 73-88    .830   26 53    79 7.9 24 1      6 31    3 13 239 23.9
33 Gandy, Stephanie... 10-8   326 32.6 48-108 .444     8-26   .308 18-30    .600   19 24    43 4.3 20 0 15 38 13 10 122 12.2
01 Pool, Tabitha...... 10-10 326 32.6 44-123 .358      5-21   .238 13-28    .464   19 58    77 7.7 28 0 21 28        9   9 106 10.6
24 Reams, Niki........ 10-5   246 24.6 18-47    .383   6-13   .462 22-26    .846   24 32    56 5.6 25 1 25 19        0   9   64 6.4
20 Hauser-Price, Sierr 10-10 269 26.9 15-36     .417   0-6    .000 10-17    .588    6 13    19 1.9 26 1 20 22        1 13    40 4.0
22 Carney, Rachael.... 10-0   125 12.5   9-20   .450   6-16   .375   7-10   .700    2 10    12 1.2 20 0 13 12        0   7   31 3.1
32 Helvey, Kelly...... 10-7   186 18.6 12-44    .273   5-18   .278   0-2    .000    6 16    22 2.2 26 1 14 18        3 14    29 2.9
42 Burlin, Mie........ 9-0     67 7.4    4-14   .286   4-14   .286   1-2    .500    0   8    8 0.9    5 0    5   5   0   2   13 1.4
45 McPhilamy, BreAnne. 9-0     53 5.9    4-9    .444   0-0    .000   5-7    .714    8   5   13 1.4    7 0    0   3   0   4   13 1.4
11 Andrews, Lauren.... 8-0     74 9.3    2-10   .200   0-0    .000   3-4    .750    1   7    8 1.0    9 0    6 10    0   1    7 0.9
   TEAM...............                                                             23 21    44 4.4    0          4
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   Total.............. 10    2025      238-558 .427 36-119 .303 152-214 .710 134 247 381 38.1 190 4 125 190 29 82 664 66.4
   Opponents.......... 10    2025      255-604 .422 32-126 .254 131-183 .716 130 220 350 35.0 191 - 111 156 29 94 673 67.3

  TEAM STATISTICS                   MICH          OPP           DATE              OPPONENT                   W/L     SCORE   ATTEND
  ---------------------------------------------------           ------------      --------------------       ---     -----   ------
  SCORING..................          664          673           11/15/03          MIAMI (OHIO)               W       79-68     2504
    Points per game........         66.4         67.3           11/17/03          CINCINNATI                 W       73-69     1017
    Scoring margin.........         -0.9            -          #11/19/03       at Rutgers                      L     50-65     1423
  FIELD GOALS-ATT..........      238-558      255-604           11/21/03          WESTERN MICHIGAN           W       66-53     2790
    Field goal pct.........         .427         .422           11/24/03          ALABAMA                      LOT   74-76     1101
  3 POINT FG-ATT...........       36-119       32-126           11-28-03       vs Texas Tech                   L     61-74     1146
    3-point FG pct.........         .303         .254           11-29-03       vs Texas-Arlington            W       68-51      496
    3-pt FG made per game..          3.6          3.2           12/03/03          CHARLOTTE                  W       72-65     1211
  FREE THROWS-ATT..........      152-214      131-183           12/05/03       at Drake                        L     55-70     2982
    Free throw pct.........         .710         .716           12/07/03       at Creighton                    L     66-82     1058
  REBOUNDS.................          381          350         * = Conference   game
    Rebounds per game......         38.1         35.0
    Rebounding margin......         +3.1            -
  ASSISTS..................          125          111
    Assists per game.......         12.5         11.1
  TURNOVERS................          190          156
    Turnovers per game.....         19.0         15.6
    Turnover margin........         -3.4            -
    Assist/turnover ratio..          0.7          0.7
  STEALS...................           82           94
    Steals per game........          8.2          9.4
  BLOCKS...................           29           29
    Blocks per game........          2.9          2.9
  WINNING STREAK...........            0            -
    Home win streak........            1            -
  ATTENDANCE...............         8623         7105
    Home games-Avg/Game....       5-1725       3-1821
    Neutral site-Avg/Game..            -        2-821

  SCORE BY PERIODS:                 1st 2nd    OT     Total
  ------------------------------   ---- ---- ----      ----
  Michigan......................    317 339     8   -   664
  Opponents.....................    325 338    10   -   673
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                          Michigan Team Game-by-Game Comparison (as of Dec 08, 2003)
                                                  All games


Opponent                        1st   2nd    Score   Mar    Total FG     FG Pct    3-Pointers    3FG Pct    Free Throws   FT Pct     Rebounds      Assist T
------------------------------ --/-- --/-- ---/---   ---   -----/----- ----/----   -----/----- ----/----    -----/----- ----/----   ----/----     ---/--- -
MIAMI (OHIO).................. 38/30 41/38   79-68   +11   27-63/27-66 .429/.409    3-11/ 5-15 .273/.333    22-30/ 9-13 .733/.692   39/45   (6)   16/8    1
CINCINNATI.................... 36/37 37/32   73-69   +4    26-52/28-60 .500/.467    7-14/ 5-14 .500/.357    14-18/ 8-11 .778/.727   33/31   +2    12/10   1
Rutgers....................... 22/30 28/35   50-65   (15) 16-48/24-50 .333/.480     3-10/ 0-3   .300/.000   15-20/17-25 .750/.680   31/35   (4)    7/7    1
WESTERN MICHIGAN.............. 26/27 40/26   66-53   +13   23-58/21-70 .397/.300    4-12/ 2-15 .333/.133    16-22/ 9-14 .727/.643   50/39   +11   15/11   2
ALABAMA....................... 29/27 37/39   74-76   (2)   26-62/33-77 .419/.429    3-15/ 4-20 .200/.200    19-30/ 6-10 .633/.600   44/41   +3    12/8    2
Texas Tech.................... 31/42 30/32   61-74   (13) 24-54/28-59 .444/.475     3-11/ 3-7   .273/.429   10-14/15-17 .714/.882   28/36   (8)   13/18   1
Texas-Arlington............... 42/23 26/28   68-51   +17   26-50/17-54 .520/.315    3-6 / 3-12 .500/.250    13-16/14-21 .813/.667   40/25   +15   16/9    2
CHARLOTTE..................... 40/32 32/33   72-65   +7    26-59/20-55 .441/.364    3-8 / 3-12 .375/.250    17-26/22-27 .654/.815   43/33   +10   13/12   1
Drake......................... 24/39 31/31   55-70   (15) 20-60/27-55 .333/.491     5-19/ 3-12 .263/.250    10-18/13-20 .556/.650   42/36   +6    10/11   1
Creighton..................... 29/38 37/44   66-82   (16) 24-52/30-58 .462/.517     2-13/ 4-16 .154/.250    16-20/18-25 .800/.720   31/29   +2    11/17   2


Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category
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                     Michigan Game-by-Game Points-Rebounds-Assists (as of Dec 08, 2003)
                                                 All games


                                                    01        11         20         22         24        32         33        42        45
Opponent              Date       Score   WL POOL,TABI ANDREWS,L HAUSER-PR CARNEY,RA REAMS,NIK HELVEY,KE GANDY,STE BURLIN,MI MCPHILAMY
--------              ----       -----   -- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- ---------
MIAMI (OHIO)          11/15/03   79-68   W       11- 9- 3   0- 0- 0   8- 3- 2     5- 1- 1    0- 2- 3   5- 3- 1   23- 4- 2   3- 4- 2   0- 1- 0
CINCINNATI            11/17/03   73-69   W       10-11- 3   0- 0- 0   4- 0- 0    10- 2- 3   11- 5- 1   0- 0- 0   23- 8- 4   0- 1- 1   4- 1- 0
at Rutgers            11/19/03   50-65       L   11- 5- 1   0- 0- 0   2- 1- 1     2- 0- 0    4- 2- 1   6- 0- 3    9- 6- 1   0- 0- 0   0- 0- 0
WESTERN MICHIGAN      11/21/03   66-53   W       18- 8- 4   0- 0- 0   2- 1- 2    2- 2- 2    4-12- 6    0- 1- 0    4- 3- 1   4- 3- 0   0- 1- 0
ALABAMA               11/24/03   74-76   OL      12- 8- 4    DNP      12- 4- 5    0- 0- 0   11- 7- 1   3- 4- 2    9- 5- 0    DNP      0- 2- 0
vs Texas Tech         11-28-03   61-74       L   16-11- 2    DNP      2- 0- 2     0- 0- 1    2- 5- 3   4- 3- 3    7- 1- 1   0- 0- 0   0- 0- 0
vs Texas-Arlington    11-29-03   68-51   W        6- 8- 2   2- 5- 2   2- 3- 3    4- 3- 2    15- 7- 2   0- 1- 4    6- 4- 0   6- 0- 1   3- 3- 0
CHARLOTTE             12/03/03   72-65   W        4- 4- 0   1- 1- 2   0- 3- 2     0- 1- 2    8- 8- 4   2- 1- 0   20- 7- 2   0- 0- 0    DNP
at Drake              12/05/03   55-70       L    2-10- 1   2- 1- 0   4- 2- 1    5- 2- 2     9- 6- 2   7- 4- 0    5- 3- 3   0- 0- 1   4- 5- 0
at Creighton          12/07/03   66-82       L   16- 3- 1   2- 1- 2   4- 2- 2    3- 1- 0    0- 2- 2    2- 5- 1   16- 2- 1   0- 0- 0   2- 0- 0



                                                    54
Opponent              Date       Score   WL SMITH,JEN
--------              ----       -----   -- ---------
MIAMI (OHIO)          11/15/03   79-68   W       24- 8- 2
CINCINNATI            11/17/03   73-69   W       11- 2- 0
at Rutgers            11/19/03   50-65       L   16- 9- 0
WESTERN MICHIGAN      11/21/03   66-53   W       32-13- 0
ALABAMA               11/24/03   74-76   OL      27- 7- 0
vs Texas Tech         11-28-03   61-74       L   30- 8- 1
vs Texas-Arlington    11-29-03   68-51   W       24- 6- 0
CHARLOTTE             12/03/03   72-65   W       37-12- 1
at Drake              12/05/03   55-70       L   17- 4- 0
at Creighton          12/07/03   66-82       L   21-10- 2
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                  Michigan High/Low Analysis (as of Dec 08, 2003)
                                     All games


                              Michigan - TEAM GAME HIGHS

POINTS.....................     79             vs   Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
FIELD GOALS MADE...........     27             vs   Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........     63             vs   Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE......   .520   (26-50)   vs   Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE......      7             vs   Cincinnati (11/17/03)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS...........     19             at   Drake (12/05/03)
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.........   .500   ( 7-14)   vs   Cincinnati (11/17/03)
                              .500   ( 3-6 )   vs   Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
FREE THROWS MADE...........     22             vs   Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........     30             vs   Alabama (11/24/03)
                                30             vs   Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE......   .813   (13-16)   vs   Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
REBOUNDS...................     50             vs   Western Michigan (11/21/03)
ASSISTS....................     16             vs   Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
                                16             vs   Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
STEALS.....................     14             vs   Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
BLOCKED SHOTS..............      6             vs   Texas Tech (11-28-03)
TURNOVERS..................     24             at   Creighton (12/07/03)
                                24             vs   Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
FOULS......................     24             vs   Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
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                  Michigan High/Low Analysis (as of Dec 08, 2003)
                                     All games


                               Opponent - GAME HIGHS

POINTS.....................     82         at Creighton (12/07/03)
FIELD GOALS MADE...........     33         vs Alabama (11/24/03)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........     77         vs Alabama (11/24/03)
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE......   .517 (30-58) at Creighton (12/07/03)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE......      5         vs Cincinnati (11/17/03)
                                 5         vs Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS...........     20         vs Alabama (11/24/03)
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.........   .429 ( 3-7 ) vs Texas Tech (11-28-03)
FREE THROWS MADE...........     22         vs Charlotte (12/03/03)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........     27         vs Charlotte (12/03/03)
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE......   .882 (15-17) vs Texas Tech (11-28-03)
REBOUNDS...................     45         vs Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
ASSISTS....................     18         vs Texas Tech (11-28-03)
STEALS.....................     18         at Creighton (12/07/03)
BLOCKED SHOTS..............      6         at Drake (12/05/03)
                                 6         at Rutgers (11/19/03)
TURNOVERS..................     22         vs Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
FOULS......................     25         vs Alabama (11/24/03)
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                    Michigan High/Low Analysis (as of Dec 08, 2003)
                                       All games


                                  Michigan - GAME LOWS

POINTS.....................       50             at   Rutgers (11/19/03)
FIELD GOALS MADE...........       16             at   Rutgers (11/19/03)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........       48             at   Rutgers (11/19/03)
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE......     .333   (16-48)   at   Rutgers (11/19/03)
                                .333   (20-60)   at   Drake (12/05/03)
3 PT   FIELD GOALS MADE......      2             at   Creighton (12/07/03)
3 PT   FG ATTEMPTS...........      6             vs   Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
3 PT   FG PERCENTAGE.........   .154   ( 2-13)   at   Creighton (12/07/03)
FREE   THROWS MADE...........     10             vs   Texas Tech (11-28-03)
                                  10             at   Drake (12/05/03)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........       14             vs   Texas Tech (11-28-03)
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE......     .556   (10-18)   at   Drake (12/05/03)
REBOUNDS...................       28             vs   Texas Tech (11-28-03)
ASSISTS....................        7             at   Rutgers (11/19/03)
STEALS.....................        4             vs   Cincinnati (11/17/03)
                                   4             at   Rutgers (11/19/03)
BLOCKED SHOTS..............        1             vs   Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
                                   1             vs   Cincinnati (11/17/03)
                                   1             at   Rutgers (11/19/03)
                                   1             vs   Alabama (11/24/03)
TURNOVERS..................       13             vs   Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
FOULS......................       16             vs   Cincinnati (11/17/03)
                                  16             vs   Alabama (11/24/03)
                                  16             at   Creighton (12/07/03)
                           2003-04 U-M WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
                  Michigan High/Low Analysis (as of Dec 08, 2003)
                                     All games


                                Opponent - GAME LOWS

POINTS.....................     51         vs Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
FIELD GOALS MADE...........     17         vs Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........     50         at Rutgers (11/19/03)
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE......   .300 (21-70) vs Western Michigan (11/21/03)
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE......      0         at Rutgers (11/19/03)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS...........      3         at Rutgers (11/19/03)
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.........   .000 ( 0-3 ) at Rutgers (11/19/03)
FREE THROWS MADE...........      6         vs Alabama (11/24/03)
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........     10         vs Alabama (11/24/03)
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE......   .600 ( 6-10) vs Alabama (11/24/03)
REBOUNDS...................     25         vs Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
ASSISTS....................      7         at Rutgers (11/19/03)
STEALS.....................      5         vs Western Michigan (11/21/03)
BLOCKED SHOTS..............      0         vs Western Michigan (11/21/03)
TURNOVERS..................     10         at Rutgers (11/19/03)
FOULS......................     15         vs Cincinnati (11/17/03)
                                15         vs Texas Tech (11-28-03)
                                15         vs Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
                                2003-04 U-M WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
                       Michigan High/Low Analysis (as of Dec 08, 2003)
                                          All games


                                Michigan - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

POINTS.......................      37             Smith, Jennifer vs Charlotte (12/03/03)
FIELD GOALS MADE.............      13             Smith, Jennifer vs Charlotte (12/03/03)
FIELD GOAL ATT...............      21             Smith, Jennifer vs Alabama (11/24/03)
FG PCT (min 5 made)..........    .778   ( 7-9 )   Gandy, Stephanie at Creighton (12/07/03)
3 PT FG MADE.................       3             Carney, Rachael vs Cincinnati (11/17/03)
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS.............       6             Helvey, Kelly at Drake (12/05/03)
3-PT FG PCT (min 2 made).....   1.000   ( 2-2 )   Burlin, Mie vs Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
                                1.000   ( 2-2 )   Smith, Jennifer vs Texas Tech (11-28-03)
FREE THROWS MADE.............      11             Smith, Jennifer vs Charlotte (12/03/03)
FREE THROW ATT...............      13             Smith, Jennifer vs Charlotte (12/03/03)
                                   13             Smith, Jennifer vs Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
FT PCT (min 5 made)..........   1.000   ( 6-6 )   Smith, Jennifer vs Texas Tech (11-28-03)
                                1.000   ( 6-6 )   Smith, Jennifer at Rutgers (11/19/03)
                                1.000   ( 5-5 )   Reams, Niki vs Cincinnati (11/17/03)
REBOUNDS.....................      13             Smith, Jennifer vs Western Michigan (11/21/03)
ASSISTS......................       6             Reams, Niki vs Western Michigan (11/21/03)
STEALS.......................       4             Helvey, Kelly at Drake (12/05/03)
                                    4             Reams, Niki vs Charlotte (12/03/03)
                                    4             Pool, Tabitha vs Texas Tech (11-28-03)
                                    4             Smith, Jennifer vs Alabama (11/24/03)
                                    4             Smith, Jennifer vs Miami (Ohio) (11/15/03)
BLOCKED SHOTS................       3             Gandy, Stephanie vs Charlotte (12/03/03)
                                    3             Pool, Tabitha vs Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
                                    3             Pool, Tabitha vs Texas Tech (11-28-03)
TURNOVERS....................       7             Gandy, Stephanie vs Alabama (11/24/03)
                                    7             Gandy, Stephanie at Rutgers (11/19/03)
FOULS........................       5             Hauser-Price, Sierra vs Texas-Arlington (11-29-03)
                                    5             Reams, Niki vs Texas Tech (11-28-03)
                                    5             Smith, Jennifer vs Alabama (11/24/03)
                                    5             Helvey, Kelly at Rutgers (11/19/03)

				
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