Pac-10 Women's Basketball Online Chats
Jan. 26, 2001
Arizona State junior guard Amanda Levens will participate in an online chat
Wednesday, Jan. 31 at 3 p.m. PT. The chat will be featured on the Pac-10
Conference's official website, www.pac-10.org.
Levens, a native of Belvidere, Ill., who transferred to ASU from Old DominionUniversity, leads the Sun Devils and is fourth in the Pac-10 in scoring at14.3 points per game. Named the Pac-10 Player of the Week on Jan. 22, Levensalso ranks second in the conference in free throw percentage (.837), fourth inthree-point field goal percentage (.395) and tied for fifth in three-point fieldgoals made per game (1.67).
Arizona State, 12-6 overall and 4-2 in the Pac-10, returns to action Saturday, Jan. 27,hosting intrastate rival Arizona. The Arizona game begins a three-game homestand forthe Sun Devils which wraps up with Oregon State on Thursday, Feb. 1 and Oregon onSaturday, Feb. 3.
Fans may send in their questions for Levens now, and they will be saved until the live chat begins. A full transcript of the chat will be posted at its conclusion. For a list of upcoming chats, check out the Pac-10 Women's Basketball Page at www.pac-10.org.
Each Wednesday during conference play, a Pac-10 women's basketball player will drop infor a special chat and take questions on the conference race, women's hoops and thecollege basketball scene.
MORE ON LEVENS
In her first season with the Sun Devils after sitting out last season as aDivision I transfer, Levens has paced the Sun Devil squad in scoring allseason. She has been named an all-tournament selections in each of the SunDevils' tournament appearances this year (Asahi Rainbow Wahine Classic andASU Holiday Classic). The 5-9 junior has notched double figures in scoringin all but three games this year, including a career-best 28 points vs.Stephen F. Austin and 21 points vs. then No. 2 Tennessee. Levens hasdrained 30 three-pointers on the season, which ranks 10th on the ArizonaState single-season charts including a perfect 4-of-4 performance frombeyond the arc vs. Washington State on Jan. 13. She has knocked down 83.7percent of her free throws and has a current streak of 15 consecutive freethrows made, while earlier this season, she made 16 straight. While at OldDominion, Levens was part of two NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearances and twoColonial Athletic Association championships. As a sophomore at OldDominion, she started 23 of 32 games, averaging 6.7 points and 21.0 minutesper game as a point guard.
2001 PAC-10 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ONLINE CHAT SCHEDULE*
Wed., Jan. 3 - Katie Nyseth, Washington StateWed., Jan. 10 - Jenny Mowe, OregonWed., Jan. 17 - Michelle Greco, UCLAWed., Jan. 24 - Nicole Powell, StanfordWed., Jan. 31 - Amanda Levens, Arizona StateWed., Feb. 7 - Courtney Johnson, California (10:30 a.m. PT)Wed., Feb. 14 - Oregon StateWed., Feb. 21 - USCWed., Feb. 28 - WashingtonWed., Mar. 7 - Arizona
* - Featured student-athletes and exact times will be announced at least
one week prior to each chat.