Women's Basketball Completes Nonconference Schedule Against Colorado, Notre Dame

Dec. 18, 2003

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THIS WEEK


Saturday, Dec. 20 - #14/13 Colorado at USC
5:30 p.m. at Los Angeles Sports Arena
TV: Live on FOX Sports West2
RADIO: Listen to the game on KMPC 1540-AM
INTERNET:
Listen to the game at www.usctrojans.com



Monday, Dec. 22 - USC at Notre Dame
1 p.m. EST at South Bend, Ind.
INTERNET:
Listen to the game at www.und.com



The Facts
The USC women's basketball team (3-3), coming off a 82-65 victory over San Diego and 64-48 win over SMU, completes the nonconference slate this week against No. 14/13 Colorado and Notre Dame. The Women of Troy will host the Buffaloes on Saturday, Dec. 20, at 5:30 p.m. The game will be broadcast on FOX Sports West 2 and aired on KMPC 1540-AM and www.usctrojans.com. USC wraps up its nonconference schedule on Tuesday, Dec. 22, with a final road trip to South Bend, Ind., to face Notre Dame at 1 p.m. EST. The USC-Notre Dame game can be heard on www.und.com.

Featuring a roster of seven returners and seven newcomers, the Women of Troy look to draw on both experience and youth this season in search of their first NCAA berth since 1996. Leading the way for the Trojans is preseason Wooden Award candidate, Wade Trophy Award candidate, Naismith Award candidate and preseason All-Pac-10 pick Ebony Hoffman. Hoffman earned her third-straight All-Pac-10 honor last season and was named to the WBCA Region VIII All-America team after leading the team in points (16.3 ppg), rebounds (9.8 rpg), blocks (1.1 bpg) and steals (2.5 spg).

Under the leadership of seventh-year head coach Chris Gobrecht, USC is looking to improve on last season's 14-17 overall finish and 8-10 record in the Pac-10 (tied for fifth place).

First Pac-10 Media Teleconference On Tuesday
The first Pac-10 coaches media teleconference of the season is set to take place this Tuesday, Dec. 23. This will be the first of 10 dates schedule throughout the season. Each coach will be available for questions for five minutes (Chris Gobrecht will be available from 9:55-10 a.m.) and a tape replay will be available beginning at 3:30 p.m. that same day. Media members may call the Pac-10 or USC Sports Information to receive the media-only number.

Saturday Is 'Nike Ball Night'
The first 1,000 fans to arrive at for the USC-Colorado game on Saturday, Dec. 20, will receive a promotional Nike autograph basketball. USC players will be available for autographs following the game.

Cheeks Returns To Lineup
Senior guard Jessica Cheeks, who has been serving the remaining weeks of a suspension first granted last season, will return to the team this Saturday, Dec. 20, and will be available to play against Colorado. Despite missing the final 10 games of the 2002-03 season, Cheeks averaged 8.8 points, 3.5 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 2.0 steals as a junior.

Against Ranked Opponents
Colorado will mark USC's third ranked opponent of this young season. The Women of Troy will likely face seven ranked opponents this season, including No. 11 Minnesota (Nov. 29), No. 1 UConn (Dec. 7), No. 6/6 Stanford (Jan. 25 and Feb. 19), No. 14/13 Colorado (Dec. 20), No. 16/19 UC Santa Barbara (Feb. 26), RV/No. 25 Arizona (Jan. 15 and Feb. 15) and No. 20/20 Oregon (Jan. 2 and Jan. 31).

USC's strength of schedule is currently ranked No. 4 according to the Dec. 8 WBCA/Summerville RPI report, which also lists the Trojans as 64th in the RPI.

Freshman Enters Starting Lineup
On Dec. 13 vs. San Diego, freshman point guard Jamie Hagiya made her first start for the Women of Troy. Hagiya collected nine points, two assists and three steals in her first start, shooting a successful 57 percent from the field. Hagiya also joined Pac-10 leaders this week with a seventh-best 45.5 shooting percentage from three-point range.

Pac-10 Play Around The Corner
Pac-10 play is right around the corner and the Women of Troy will barely have the chance to finish unwrapping Christmas gifts before returning to the court to face crosstown rival UCLA on Dec. 28. Thanks to the Pac-10 women's basketball tournament, currently in its third season, 2002 marked the first time ever the Women of Troy played Pac-10 games in the month of the December. Even as a previous member of the WCAA (1977-85) and Pac West (1986) conferences, USC had only played one conference game in December (the Trojans defeated San Diego State, 102-66, in San Diego on Dec. 14, 1982) before the 2002 season.

Colorado Connections
Colorado has only one Southern California native on its roster - junior guard Veronica Johns-Richardson of Fullerton. Johns-Richardson attended Troy High.

Notre Dame Connections
The Fighting Irish boast two players from the state of California - sophomore forward Courtney LaVere, who prepped at Buena High in Ventura, and freshman forward Crystal Erwin, who attended St. Paul High in Rancho Cucamonga.

USC Women's Basketball On LA Airwaves
KMPC-AM 1540 - USC's flagship station - will air six Women of Troy basketball games this season, including this Saturday's USC-Colorado match-up. Pete Arbogast, the voice of Trojan football, will provide play-by-play, and former Trojan women's basketball standout Denise Woods ('00) will provide color commentary for the following games: Dec. 7 vs. UConn, Dec. 20 vs. Colorado, Jan. 25 vs. Stanford, Jan. 31 vs. Oregon, Feb. 26 vs. UC Santa Barbara and Feb. 29 vs. UCLA.

Game Recaps
vs. SMU
-- Ebony Hoffman registered her first double-double of the season with 18 points and a season-high 13 rebounds to lead USC to a 64-48 victory over SMU on Dec. 17. Hoffman was 7-for-14 from the floor as USC improved to 3-3 on the season. Rometra Craig scored 15 points off the bench for the Women of Troy while Meghan Gnekow added 14 points and six rebounds. The Women of Troy led at halftime, 32-19, and used a 13-6 run at the start of the second half to push the margin to 20 points. The Mustangs answered with an 11-3 run before Craig turned the momentum for USC with one of her two three-pointers with 7:04 remaining in the game.

vs. San Diego -- Rachel Woodward scored 16 points and Meghan Gnekow added 14, including four three-pointers, as USC defeated San Diego, 82-65, on Dec. 13. USC held a 26-21 lead in the first half before pulling away with a 17-6 run for a 43-27 lead at halftime. Freshman Jamie Funn began the first-half streak with back-to-back baskets. The Women of Troy forced 19 turnovers in the first half by the Toreros. Marta Manuez led USD with 15 points while Brandi Collato scored 14 points. Ebony Hoffman added 14 points and seven rebounds for the Women of Troy while USC freshman Chlo� Kerr scored 11 points off the bench.

Record Crowd Witnesses Outstanding Match-Up
A total of 6,172 fans were in attendance to watch USC take on Connecticut on Dec. 7, marking the largest Trojan crowd since 1985 and the seventh-highest in program history. It also marked USC's largest women's-only crowd, due to the fact that the top six attended games listed were played as double headers with men's basketball.

Trojans Make Habit of Taking On Champs
This is the third-straight year the Women of Troy have had to face the defending national champion. In addition to its match-up against UConn on Dec. 7, USC also faced the Huskies last season, a season after the they captured the 2002 national title. The Trojans also faced Notre Dame in 2001-02 after the Fighting Irish won the 2001 championship.

Long Distance Shot-Stoppers
Opponents have had no luck from three-point range against the Women of Troy. USC has managed to hold teams to a low 27.3 percent from three-point range (ranks second in the Pac-10). Even UConn, who averaged 40.7 percent from beyond the arch before their game against the Trojans, shot 28.6 percent against USC on Dec. 7.

Gnekow Makes Presence Known
As a first-year starter, sophomore Meghan Gnekow has stood out in the Women of Troy's first five games. With top rebounding and defensive performances in the five outings, Gnekow ranks among Pac-10 leaders in multiple categories. This week she ranks second in the conference in rebounding (8.0 rpg), ranks second in offensive boards (3.20 orpg) and third in defensive rebounds (5.20 drpg).

Stop Thief!
Ebony Hoffman has already established herself as the team thief. Hoffman is averaging a team-best 3.5 steals per game and tops the Pac-10. She had six steals against both Minnesota on Nov. 29 and San Diego on Dec. 13 (just one short of her career high). USC leads the Pac-10 with 12.50 steals per game.

Player News N' Notes
* Ebony Hoffman recorded her first double-double of the season with 18 points and 13 rebounds against SMU on Dec. 17.
* Meghan Gnekow tied her career-high with 10 rebounds against UConn (12/7) and set a new career-high with five assists.
* Meghan Gnekow surpassed her career high with 10 rebounds and tied her career high with two blocks at New Mexico (11/21).
* Tiffany Hicks collected a career-high five rebounds at New Mexico (11/21).

Team News N' Notes
* The win over San Diego on Dec. 13 marked the 800th game in USC program history.
* USC's loss to UConn in its home opener (Dec. 7) was only the third home-opening loss in program history.
* UConn's 15-point deficit (37-22) to USC during the first half was the largest disadvantage Connecticut has been in this season.
* USC's five assists against Minnesota tie for seventh among program records for fewest assists in a game, and its 28 personal fouls tie for seventh-most. Minnesota's 29 fouls tie for 10th among opponent game records and its 38 free throws attempted rank 10th.
* Multiple marks were set in the USC record books against New Mexico (11/21): USC's 33 personal fouls tie for second-most and New Mexico's 33 free throws made and 43 free throw attempts rank fourth and second among opponent game records.

USC Fielding One of Youngest Lineups
USC is fielding one of its youngest lineups in program history, including the most freshmen (seven) to ever compete on one squad (the Trojans had six freshmen listed on the rosters in 1996 and 1985). The average age on the 2004 roster is 19.4 years old.

Head Coach Chris Gobrecht
Chris Gobrecht enters her seventh season at the helm of the USC women's basketball program. Replacing former head coach Fred Williams on May 8, 1997, Gobrecht returned to her alma mater to help guide the Women of Troy back to national prominence. Throughout 24 years of head coaching experience, Gobrecht has amassed a 413-301 (.578) career record with her programs at Cal State Fullerton (six years), Washington (11), Florida State (one) and USC. During her 11-year tenure at Washington, she was twice named Pac-10 Coach of the Year (1987 and 1988). Gobrecht remains the second-winningest coach in conference history with a 179-109 (.622) mark and she ranks among the top 50 active Division I coaches with 413 career victories.

Opponent Notes

#14/13 Colorado (7-1) -- Colorado boasts a 7-1 overall record and recently made a jump to No. 14 in the AP polls after notching key wins over Colorado State, 81-74, and Washington, 78-64, in the month of December. The Buffaloes only loss this season was a 95-61 setback to Minnesota at the Subway Classic on Nov. 23 (Coincidentally the Gophers last game before traveling to the Junkanoo Jam Grand Bahama Tournament where they faced and beat USC and Texas A&M). Colorado is led by center Tera Bjorklund who is averaging a team-best 22.5 points and 7.9 rebounds. Guard Valerie Johns-Richardson leads the team with 31 assists (3.9 apg) and 15 steals (1.9 spg). Guard Randie Wirt has also collected 15 steals this season.

Under the leadership of head coach Ceal Barry, currently in her 21st season at CU, the Buffaloes advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2003. The team finished with a 24-8 overall record and 11-5 mark in the Bug 12 for fourth place. The team returned three starters and 10 total letterwinners from last year's squad.

USC-Colorado Series Record -- Saturday's game will be the second meeting between these two schools. USC and Colorado first met last season in Boulder. The Buffaloes defeated the Women of Troy 93-86.

Team Comparisons
Team Ppg Margin FG% 3-FG% FT% Rpg Apg TOpg Spg Bpg

USC 71.4 +0.0 39.1 34.2 59.7 38.8 14.0 18.2 12.6 2.2
Colorado 78.1 +6.6 47.2 37.3 73.6 33.6 17.9 16.9 11.0 2.3

Colorado Probable Starters
No. Name Pos. Ht. ppg rpg apg spg

5 V. Johns-Richardson Forward 5-9 8.8 2.8 3.9 1.9
54 Randie Wirt Forward 6-2 9.6 6.5 3.1 1.9
50 Tera Bjorklund Center 6-5 22.5 7.9 2.6 0.9
1 Kate Fagan Guard 5-9 15.3 3.4 2.6 1.8
10 Maria Billingsley Guard 5-6 1.4 1.1 1.4 0.9

Notre Dame (4-4) -- After spending the first three weeks of the season in the Top 25, Notre Dame has since dropped off the charts due to losses against Washington, 85-74, Tennessee, 83-59, Michigan State, 92-63, and an overtime setback to Colorado, 67-63, in the second game of the season. The Fighting Irish have beaten Auburn, 77-64, Valparaiso, 74-57, Wisconsin, 82-64, and most recently Dayton, 78-41, on Dec. 13. The team is led by junior forward Jacqueline Batteast who is averaging 15.5 points and 7.1 rebounds per game. Sophomore guard Megan Duggy is also averaging double figures with 12.6 points per game and leads the team with 37 assists (4.6 apg). Batteast and Duffy have both collected 14 steals this season (1.8 spg).

Head coach Muffet McGraw is currently in her 17th season at Notre Dame. She led last year's squad to a 21-11 overall record and 10-6 Big East conference record to tie for fifth place. Last year's squad advanced to the NCAA Regional Semifinal. Notre Dame returned four starters and eight total letterwinners from 2003.

USC-Notre Dame Series Record -- Despite the long storied history these two programs share in football, USC and Notre Dame have only met five times in women's basketball history. The first meeting took place in 1995 and resulted in a 69-53 USC victory. Since then, the Fighting Irish won the last four games - a 74-59 win in South Bend in 1999, a 70-61 victory at the Sports Arena in 2000, a 62-49 win on the road in 2002 and a 69-57 win in Los Angeles last season.

Team Comparisons
Team Ppg Margin FG% 3-FG% FT% Rpg Apg TOpg Spg Bpg

USC 71.4 +0.0 39.1 34.2 59.7 38.8 14.0 18.2 12.6 2.2
Notre Dame 71.2 +2.1 44.5 41.0 65.3 36.9 16.3 19.3 10.0 4.3

Notre Dame Probable Starters
No. Name Pos. Ht. ppg rpg apg spg

21 Jacqueline Batteast Forward 15.5 7.1 3.0 1.8
41 Courtney LaVere Forward 9.6 6.4 1.3 0.8
4 Le'Tania Severe Guard 8.3 3.0 3.2 1.6
5 Jeneka Joyce Guard 5.0 0.8 0.7 0.3
13 Megan Duffy Guard 12.6 2.8 4.6 1.8

Player Profiles

#2 Jamie Hagiya (Point Guard * Freshman)
Jamie Hagiya enters her first season at USC... A much-needed player at the point guard position whose leadership capabilities and work ethic may give her an active role in the lineup this season... As a senior at South Torrance (Calif.) High, she led all Southern California prepsters with an 87.7 free throw percentage... One of four USC freshman who served as student body president or vice president in 2003.
This Season (2 games started, 6 games played):

at New Mexico (11/21): 5 points (2-4), 1 rebound, 2 steals... vs. Seton Hall (11/28): 3 points (1-1), 3 assists... vs. Minn. (11/29): 12 points (4-18), 1 rebound, 2 assists, 3 steals, hit halfcourt shot as clock ran down in the first half... vs. UConn (12/7): 7 points (2-5), 4 assists, 1 steal... vs. San Diego (12/13): 9 points (4-7), 2 assists, 3 steals... vs. SMU (12/17): started, 8 points (4-9), 1 rebound, 4 assists, 3 steals...

#3 Rometra Craig (Guard * Senior)
Rometra Craig begins her second season with the Women of Troy... A 2003 All-Pac-10 honorable mention pick... Averaged 13.4 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 2.4 steals last season, while leading the team with 34 three-pointers... A returning starter.
This Season (4 games started, 6 games played):
at New Mexico (11/21): started, 11 points (3-13), 5 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals... vs. Seton Hall (11/28): started, 18 points (7-13), 2 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals... vs. Minn. (11/29): started, 11 points (4-11), 1 rebound, 3 steals, 1 block... Named to Junkanoo Jam All-Tournament team... vs. UConn (12/7): started, 8 points (4-11), 1 steal... vs. San Diego (12/13): 7 poinst (2-7), 1 rebound, 2 assists, 2 steals... vs. SMU (12/17): 15 points (6-12), 2 rebounds, 4 steals...

#5 Meghan Gnekow (Guard * Sophomore)
Meghan Gnekow enters her second season at USC... Played mainly at off the bench last season at the shooting guard and small forward positions... Averaged 6.1 points, 3.1 rebounds, 1.0 assists, 0.6 steals and 0.4 blocks per game in 2002-03.
This Season (6 games started, 6 games played):
at New Mexico (11/21): started, 14 points (1-5), career-high 10 rebounds, 3 assists, tied career high 2 blocks... vs. Seton Hall (11/28): started, 7 points (2-7), 9 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block, 1 steal... vs. Minn. (11/29): started, 5 points (2-6), 7 rebounds, 2 steals.. vs. UConn (12/7): started, 7 points (3-7), tied career-high 10 rebounds, career-high 5 assists, 2 steals... vs. San Diego (12/13): started, 14 points (5-9), 6 rebounds, 2 assists... vs. SMU (12/17): started, 14 points (5-8), 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal...

#10 Jessica Cheeks (Guard * Junior)
Jessica Cheeks enters her fourth season with the Women of Troy, but will not join the team until the conclusion of the fall semester as an extension of her 10-game hiatus from the 2003 season... Played 22 games last season and averaged 8.8 points, 3.5 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 2.0 steals per game... A returning starter.
This Season:
Will not join team until Dec. 19.

#14 Eshaya Murphy (Guard * Freshman)
Eshaya Murphy enters her first season with the Women of Troy... Also goes by 'Shay'... As a senior at Montclair Prep in Van Nuys, she finished among the CIF Southern Section's top 25 in scoring, rebounding and steals... She was a two-time Street & Smith All-American honorable mention and the 2003 CIF Southern Section Player of the Year... One of four USC freshman who served as student body president or vice president in 2003.
This Season (5 games played):
at New Mexico (11/21): 5 points (2-6), 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal... vs. Seton Hall (11/28): 8 points (2-5), 3 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal... vs. Minn. (11/29): 5 points (1-5), 1 rebound, 1 steal... vs. UConn (12/7): 13 points (5-10), 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal... vs. San Diego (12/13): DNP (flu)... vs. SMU (12/17): 2 points (1-7), 5 rebounds...

#15 Markisha Lea (Center * Freshman)
Markisha Lea enters her first season with the Women of Troy... A Street & Smith honorable mention pick... One of four USC freshman who served as student body president or vice president in 2003... Her brother, Marvin, is currently a redshirt freshman on the Pepperdine men's basketball team.
This Season (1 game played):
at New Mexico (11/21): DNP... vs. Seton Hall (11/28): DNP... vs. Minn. (11/29): DNP... vs. UConn (12/7): DNP... vs. San Diego (12/13): 2 points... vs. SMU (12/17): DNP...

#22 Allison Jaskowiak (Guard/Forward * Freshman)
Allison Jaskowiak begins her first season at USC... A player capable of playing at the 2, 3 and 4 positions... One of four USC freshman who served as student body president or vice president in 2003... Comes from a long-line of athletes: her grandfather played 10 years in the NBA, father played football at Missouri, brother played football at Navy and sister, Emily, is currently a junior forward at Tulsa.
This Season (1 game played):
at New Mexico (11/21): DNP... vs. Seton Hall (11/28): DNP... vs. Minn. (11/29): DNP... vs. UConn (12/7): DNP... vs. San Diego (12/13): 3 minutes played... vs. SMU (12/17): DNP...

#24 Tiffany Hicks (Point Guard * Senior)
Tiffany Hicks begins her fourth season at USC... A 2002 junior college transfer... The only true returning point guard... Made 15 starts last season and averaged 2.0 points, 2.2 assists and 1.4 steals per game.
This Season (5 games started, 6 games played):
at New Mexico (11/21): started, 4 points (1-4), career-high 5 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal... vs. Seton Hall (11/28): started, 4 points (1-1), 2 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal... vs. Minn. (11/29): started, 2 points (1-1), 1 rebound, 1 assist... vs. UConn (12/7): started, 3 points (1-2), 1 assist, 1 steal... vs. San Diego (12/13): started, 3 points (1-2), 1 rebound, 1 assist, 2 steals... vs. SMU (12/17): played 11 minutes...

#30 Katie Henderson (Forward * Freshman)
Katie Henderson begins her first season at USC... A multi-sport athlete with good size and shooting ability... Will have the opportunity to contribute off the bench for the Women of Troy this season.
This Season (1 game played):
at New Mexico (11/21): DNP... vs. Seton Hall (11/28): DNP... vs. Minn. (11/29): DNP... vs. UConn (12/7): DNP... vs. San Diego (12/13): 3 minutes played... vs. SMU (12/17): DNP...

#32 Ebony Hoffman (Forward * Senior)
Ebony Hoffman enters her fourth season with the Women of Troy... One of the most dominating post players in the conference who has already enjoyed three outstanding seasons at USC... Named to the 2003 All-Pac-10 First Team and a WBCA All-District 8 selection after leading the team with 16.3 points, 9.8 rebounds, 2.5 steals, 2.3 assists and 1.1 blocks per game last season... Already selected to three Preseason All-America lists for 2004... A returning starter in the post.
This Season (6 games started, 6 games played):
at New Mexico (11/21): started, 19 points (8-14), 3 rebounds, 1 block... vs. Seton Hall (11/28): started, 20 points (5-12), 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block, 4 steals... vs. Minn. (11/29): started, 10 points (4-15), 9 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 blocks, 6 steals... vs. UConn (12/7): DNP... vs. UConn (12/7): started, 15 points (5-13), 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals... vs. San Diego (12/13): started, 14 points (4-9), 7 rebounds, 3 assists, 6 steals... vs. SMU (12/17): started, 18 points (7-14), 13 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 block, 3 steals...

#33 Rachel Woodward (Forward * Junior)
Rachel Woodward enters her third season with the Women of Troy... A 2002 Pac-10 All-Freshman team selection... Made 29 starts and averaged 10.3 points, 5.1 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.2 steals per game last season... A talented passer who works well in transition and possesses strong rebounding skills... A returning starter.
This Season (3 games started, 6 games played):
at New Mexico (11/21): 9 points (4-9), 2 rebounds, 2 assists... vs. Seton Hall (11/28): 2 points (0-3), 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block, 2 steals... vs. Minn. (11/29): 1 point (0-3, 1-2 FT), 2 rebounds... vs. UConn (12/7): started, 8 points (4-7), 3 rebounds, 2 assists... vs. San Diego (12/13): started, 16 points (6-11), 4 rebounds, 3 assists... vs. SMU (12/17): started, 2 points (1-4), 3 rebounds, 2 assists...

#41 Jamie Funn (Center * Freshman)
Jamie Funn enters her first season with the Women of Troy... A three-time Street & Smith honorable mention selection... A fellow Narbonne High standout, along with current teammates Ebony Hoffman and Jessica Cheeks... Her sister, Nicole, is currently a senior guard on the Pepperdine women's basketball team... A versatile forward with great reach.
This Season (6 games played):
at New Mexico (11/21): 2 points (1-5), 6 rebounds, 1 assist... vs. Seton Hall (11/28): 4 points (2-5), 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 3 steals... vs. Minn. (11/29): 6 points (0-0, 6-8 FT), 1 rebound, 1 assist, 1 steal... vs. UConn (12/7): 2 points (1-3), 2 rebounds... vs. San Diego (12/13): 4 points (2-5), 2 rebounds, 1 assist... vs. SMU (12/17): 1 rebound, 2 assists...

#44 Kim Gipson (Center * Junior)
Kim Gipson begins her third season with the Women of Troy... At 6-foot-5, she is the tallest player on the USC roster... A fast and mobile player, who can run the court well... She played in all 31 games last season and averaged 3.3 points, 2.4 rebounds, 0.6 assists, 0.4 steals and 0.2 blocks per game.
This Season (5 games started, 6 games played):
at New Mexico (11/21): started, 6 points (3-9), 7 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal... vs. Seton Hall (11/28): started, 1 assist... vs. Minn. (11/29): started, 7 points (3-6), 5 rebounds... vs. UConn (12/7): 3 points (1-2), 1 rebound, 1 assist... vs. San Diego (12/13): started, 2 points (0-1), 2 rebounds, 1 assist...vs. SMU (12/17): started, 4 points (2-4), 1 rebound...

#50 Chlo� Kerr (Center * Freshman)
Chlo� Kerr enters her first season with the Women of Troy... A three-time Street & Smith honorable mention pick, who was ranked 33rd among prep recruits in 2003... Will be looked to for much-needed depth in the post... Her father and uncle both played basketball at Colorado State, one brother played football at Tennessee and another brother played basketball at Loyola-Chicago.
This Season (6 games played):
at New Mexico (11/21): 10 points (4-10), 9 rebounds, 1 block... vs. Seton Hall (11/28): 4 points (1-5), 1 rebound, 1 assist, 3 steals... vs. Minn. (11/29): 2 points (1-3), 1 rebound, 1 steal... vs. UConn (12/7): 3 points (1-6), 3 rebounds... vs. San Diego (12/13): 11 points (5-11), 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block, 1 steal... vs. SMU (12/17): 1 point (0-4), 1 rebound...

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