Women's Basketball Opens Pac-10 Tournament Play On Saturday Night

Feb. 27, 2002

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TOP-SEEDED STANFORD LOOKS TO CONTINUE PAC-10 SUCCESS: The second-ranked Stanford Cardinal concluded the fourth 18-0 Pacific-10 Conference season in school history last weekend, and will look to continue its winning ways against conference foes at the inaugural Pac-10 Tournament on Friday-Monday at the University of Oregon ... The Cardinal, which is 28-1 overall and on a 20-game winning streak that is tied for the fourth longest in school history, opens tournament play against the winner of the Friday game between UCLA and California (No. 8 vs. No. 9) on Saturday at 6:00 p.m. at McArthur Court ... The winner of the Stanford/CLA/Cal game advances to the semifinals on Sunday at 3:00 p.m. against the winner of the USC-Oregon State (No. 4 vs. No. 5) quarterfinal ... The tournament final will be held on Monday at 7:30 p.m. with the winner receiving the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament ... Stanford won the Pac-10 title by six games over both Arizona State and Washington, marking the Cardinal's 11 conference title in the last 16 years ... This weekend's tournament marks the first time Stanford has played in a conference tournament since the 1975-76 season when it went 0-3 (losses to UC-Davis, Stanislaus State and San Jose State) at the Northern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament at San Jose State ... The Cardinal, however, has already played three games in three days once this season as it won the championship at the University of Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Classic on Nov. 23-25 ... The Cardinal captured the tournament title by defeating #17 (AP)/#20 (Coaches) Minnesota, Hawaii and Penn State.

RANKING REPORT: Stanford is ranked second in the nation in both polls for the fourth consecutive week ... Both the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today Coaches polls jumped the Cardinal over Tennessee on Monday, Feb. 4 after the Lady Vols lost at Vanderbilt ... The No. 2 ranking is Stanford's highest since it was No. 1 for the first six weeks of the 1996-97 season ... The Cardinal finished the 1996-97 campaign 34-2 and advanced to the NCAA Final Four before falling in the semifinals ... The Cardinal began this season ninth in the AP Poll and 10th in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll.

THE VANDERVEER FILE: Stanford University coach Tara VanDerveer, who will be inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002, signed a five-year contract extension on Sept. 10 that will keep her on The Farm through March 31, 2007 ... VanDerveer also earned national acclaim by being named as one of 20 finalists for the Naismith College Women's Basketball Coach of the Year Award on Feb. 20 ... In 22-plus seasons on collegiate sidelines, VanDerveer is 544-154 (.779) ... If Stanford wins on Saturday, VanDerveer will coach the 700th game of her career on Sunday ... In 15-plus seasons on The Farm (VanDerveer took the 1995-96 season off to coach the gold-medal winning United States Olympic Team), she is 392-103 (.792) and has led Stanford to two NCAA Championships (1989-90 & 1991-92) and five Final Four appearances ... She has also compiled an impressive 227-43 (.841) Pac-10 record during her tenure ... VanDerveer won her 10th Pacific-10 Conference title, and second in a row, this season ... She has guided the Cardinal to 14 NCAA Tourney appearances, and racked up a career post-season record of 34-12 (.739) ... She has also compiled an 88-8 (.917) international mark with four gold medals and one bronze in seven assignments, including her highly publicized 60-0 (1.000) run with the 1996 United States National/Olympic Team.


Game #29 - #2/#2 Stanford 98, UCLA 80 (Feb. 24 @ Pauley Pavilion): Stanford tied the school record for 3-pointers made in a game (16) and a half (nine in the first half) in the 18-point win over the Bruins that closed out a perfect (18-0) Pac-10 season ... The Cardinal was 16-of-27 (59.3 percent), highlighted by a 7-for-10 effort from senior Lindsey Yamasaki (Oregon City, OR/Oregon City HS) ... Yamasaki, who is co-holder of the Stanford and Pac-10 records for 3-pointers in a game with nine (2/24/01 at Washington), finished with a season-high 33 points in just 29 minutes of action ... Freshman Kelley Suminski (Chester, NJ/Mendham HS) added 18 points, including 4-of-5 from 3 point range, and senior center Bethany Donaphin (New York, NY/Horace Mann HS) chipped in 18 points and six rebounds ... Stanford raced to a 50-32 halftime lead, thanks to 9-of-13 (69.2 percent) shooting from 3-point range ... UCLA could get no closer than 15 points in the second half as Stanford improved to 15-0 away from Maples Pavilion (13-0 road, 2-0 neutral) this season.

Game #28 - #2/#2 Stanford 78, USC 60 (Feb. 22 @ Los Angeles Sports Arena): Sophomore Nicole Powell (Phoenix, AZ/Mountain Pointe HS) had a career-high 36 points (tied for the fifth highest single game total in school history) to lead Stanford to the come-from-behind victory ... Stanford jumped out to a 20-14 lead, but USC outscored Stanford 22-8 over the final 8:58 of the first half to take a 36-28 lead at the break ... The eight-point halftime deficit was Stanford's largest of the season ... But the second half was all Powell ... Stanford out-scored USC 50-24 over the final 20 minutes, and Powell matched the output of the entire USC squad with 24 points in 18 second half minutes ... The Cardinal quickly erased the deficit by starting the second half on a 14-0 run ... Powell hit a pair of 3-pointers to spark the run that put the visitors ahead to stay ... The Cardinal later broke the game open with a 14-3 run midway through the second half that gave it a 20-point advantage (65-45) with 7:21 to play ... In fact, the Cardinal outscored the Women of Troy 37-9 in the first 13 minutes of the second half ... The Cardinal shot a blistering 68.0 (17-of-25) percent in the second half, compared to just 17.9 (7-of-39) percent for USC ... Powell also had eight rebounds five assists and three steals, while senior Lindsey Yamasaki chipped in 20 points and six rebounds.

ON THE AIRWAVES: All of Stanford's 2001-02 regular- and post-season contests will be broadcast live on the internet at www.gostanford.com ... Each broadcast begins 15 minutes prior to tip-off with the 'Tara VanDerveer Show' ... Dave Raymond, who doubles as a minor league baseball radio announcer for the Iowa Cubs, calls the internet broadcasts ... Stanford student station KZSU 90.1 FM will also broadcast all regular- and post-season contests with Lilla Toal and Adam Rapp calling the action ... The semifinals (Sunday at 12:30 and 3:00 p.m. Pacific Time) and final (Monday at 7:30 p.m. Pacific Time) of the Pac-10 Tournament will be aired live nationally by the Fox Sports Network with Barry Tompkins, Mary Murphy and Jim Watson calling the action.

STANFORD VS. UCLA: Stanford has won 25 of its last 28 games against the Bruins dating back to 1988, and leads the all-time series 26-19 ... This would be the first-ever meeting between the teams on a neutral court ... Stanford swept the 2001-02 season series with the Bruins, winning by 28 points at Stanford and 18 points at Pauley Pavilion last Sunday ... In the first meeting (Dec. 28 at Maples Pavilion), Stanford rolled to an 81-50 victory in its Pac-10 home opener ... The margin of victory was the Carfinal's largest over the Bruins since Feb. 25, 1995 (84-49) ... UCLA trailed by just four (39-35) with 17:30 to play, but the Cardinal out-scored the Bruins 42-15 the rest of the way ... The Cardinal finished the game on a 16-0 run, and held the Bruins scoreless for the final 5:16 ... Senior Bethany Donaphin led the Cardinal in scoring (the only time that has happened this season) with 18 points, while Nicole Powell recorded a double-double of 15 points and three rebounds ... Stanford shot just 43.9 (25-of-57) from the floor, but held the Bruins to just 27.9 (17-of-61) percent overall and 20.0 (6-of-30) percent in the second half ... In the final conference game for both teams (Feb. 24 at Pauley Pavilion), Stanford wrapped an undefeated conference season with a 98-80 victory ... Stanford tied a school record for 3-pointers made in a game (16) and a half (nine in the first half) in the victory ... The Cardinal was 16-of-27 (59.3 percent) from behind the arc, highlighted by a 7-of-10 effort from senior Lindsey Yamasaki ... Yamasaki, who is co-holder of the Stanford and Pac-10 records for 3-pointers in a game with nine (2/24/01 at Washington), finished with a season-high 33 points in just 29 minutes of action.

STANFORD VS. CALIFORNIA: Stanford leads the all-time series 35-15 ... The Cardinal has won 17 of the last 18 meetings, including 16 by 10 points or more and 13 by 20 or more ... This would be the first ever meeting between the arch-rivals at a neutral site ... The Cardinal and Golden Bears met twice in a four-day span earlier this year, and the Cardinal prevailed by nearly identical scores of 79-52 and 79-51 ... In the first meeting (Jan. 30 at Stanford), the Cardinal placed five players in double figures as it rolled to a 79-52 victory ... Cal took a 10-8 lead 6:15 into the contest, but Stanford answered with a 13-1 run to take a 21-11 advantage ... Cal could get no closer than eight points the rest of the way ... The hosts led 37-23 at halftime and by as many 31 points (79-48 at 1:39) in the second half ... Senior center Cori Enghusen (Bothell, WA/Inglemoor HS) led the Cardinal with a game-high 15 points, including 7-of-11 shooting, and eight rebounds in only 18 minutes of action ... On Feb. 3 in Berkeley, the Cardinal completed its eighth season sweep of the Golden Bears in the last nine years with the 79-51 win ... The margin of victory was Stanford's largest over Cal since it won by an identical 79-51 score on Feb. 6, 1998 at Maples Pavilion ... Stanford broke the game open with a 22-10 run to end the first half ... Freshman Sebnem Kimyacioglu (Mountain View, CA/Pinewood HS) drained one of her four first half 3-pointers at the buzzer to give the Cardinal a 42-27 lead at the break ... Nicole Powell led the Cardinal with 16 points, nine rebounds, seven assists and three steals, while Kimyacioglu matched her career-high with 14 points

YAMASAKI SIDELINED FOR PAC-10 TOURNAMENT: Stanford University senior Lindsey Yamasaki will miss this weekend's Pacific-10 Conference Women's Basketball Tournament after undergoing a laparoscopic appendectomy on Tuesday afternoon at Stanford Hospital ... A laparoscopic appendectomy is a removal of the appendix with a scope ... Yamasaki is expected to return to action when Stanford begins NCAA Tournament play on Friday, March 15 or Saturday, March 16.


#00 Chelsea Trotter (6-3, F/C, So.): Redshirting the 2001-02 season with chronic pain in both knees ... Appeared in 28 games last season, including three starts, and averaged 3.9 points and 2.7 rebounds.

#5 Kelley Suminski (5-9, G, Fr.): Averaging 8.3 points, 2.9 assists and 2.1 rebounds overall and 8.1 points, 3.3 assists and 1.9 rebounds in Pac-10 play ... Started 21 of the last 22 games ... Pac-10 leader in 3-point percentage (47.9, 34-of-71) and also ranks second in free throw percentage (88.3) ... Shooting a Pac-10 leading 93.9 (46-of-49) percent from the free throw line in conference games ... Has made 35 of her last 36 free throws (97.2 percent) dating back to Jan. 5 ... Shot 56.3 (18-of-32) percent from 3-point range in non-conference games ... Recorded a career-high 24 points, including 4-of-5 from 3-point range, at Arizona (12/19) ... Posted career-high eight assists vs. Oregon State (1/10) ... Scored 18 points, including 4-of-5 from 3-point range, in 26 minutes at UCLA (2/24).

#10 Becky Bonner (6-2, F, So.): Averaging 0.5 points and 0.6 rebounds both overall and in conference play ... Has appeared in 14 games off the bench ... Career averages are 1.2 points and 0.9 rebounds ... Missed the first nine regular season games with a stress fracture in her right foot ... Brother, Matt, starts for the nationally-ranked University of Florida men's basketball team ... Had career-high three blocked shots at Fordham (1/5) ... Scored season-high three points vs. Oregon (1/13).

#14 Nicole Powell (6-2, G, So.): Averaging 16.7 points, a Pac-10 leading 9.3 rebounds and 6.1 assists overall, and a near triple-double of 16.7 points, 9.3 boards and 6.7 assists in Pac-10 play ... Career averages are 15.0 points, 8.9 rebounds and 5.4 assists ... Named as one of 20 finalists for the Naismith College Women's Basketball Player of the Year Award on Tuesday, Feb. 12 ... Has 525 career rebounds, and though just a sophomore, already ranks 18th in Stanford history in that category and trails 17th place Julie Zeilstra (532, 1988-91) by seven ... Needs just 67 more rebounds to break into Stanford's career top 10 ... Set the Stanford single game rebounding mark with 21 (old record - 20) in the Jan. 13 win over Oregon --- a record that had stood since 1977 ... Has pulled down 270 rebounds this season, which ranks seventh on the school single season list and leaves her 40 shy of Val Whiting's record of 310 (1990-91) ... Has 177 assists this season, which ranks tied for ninth on the school single season list with Molly Goodenbour (177, 1991-92) and is one behind eighth place Milena Flores (178, 1999-2000) ... Needs just five more assists to break into Stanford's all-time top 10 ... Currently ranks first in the Pac-10 in assists (6.10) and second in rebounds (9.3), and is bidding to become the first player in Pac-10 men's or women's basketball history to ever win both of those titles (overall or in the same season) ... Trails Pac-10 rebounding leader Brittney Hawks of Washington State by 0.01 (9.32-9.31) ... Four-time Pac-10 Player of the Week (Dec. 3, Dec. 31, Jan. 14 and Feb. 11) ... She is the first player to win four Pac-10 Player of the Week honors in the same season since California's Jennifer Bennett in 1986-87 ... Ranks first in school history and ninth in Pac-10 history in career rebounds per game (8.9) and fourth in school history in career points per game (15.0) ... Owns four of the 10 triple-doubles in Pac-10 history, and four of the six in Stanford history ... Is the only Pac-10 player to have ever recorded more than one career triple-double ... In 59 career games, has 18 double-doubles and four triple-doubles ... In 29 games this season, has eight double-doubles and three triple-doubles ... Has pulled down 10 or more rebounds 23 times in her career, including 12 times this season ... Ranks in the top eight in the Pac-10 in nine of a possible 12 categories: assists (1st, 6.10), defensive rebounding (1st, 7.10), total rebounding (9.3), assist/turnover ratio (3rd, 1.92), 3-point percentage (4th, 43.8), 3-pointers per game (4th, 1.97), field goal percentage (5th, 49.5), scoring (7th, 15.9) and free throw percentage (8th, 78.6) ... All-Tournament selection at both the Stanford Invitational and the Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Classic ... Had triple-double of 11 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists in season opener vs. Indiana (11/16) ... Against Santa Clara (12/2), had triple-double of 29 points (tied career-high), 15 rebounds and 10 assists in only 28 minutes ... Earned Pac-10 POW honors on Dec. 31 following back-to-back double-doubles against UCLA and USC at Maples Pavilion ... Had 15 points, including 10-of-12 from the foul line, and 13 boards in 36 minutes vs. UCLA (12/28) and 26 points, 10 rebounds and five assists in 38 minutes vs. USC (12/30) ... Received Pac-10 Player of the Week honors on Jan. 14 after averaging 21.5 points, 17.0 rebounds and 8.5 assists in home wins over the Oregon schools ... Earned Pac-10 POW honors on Feb. 11, marking the second time she was honored this season for her performances against Oregon and Oregon State ... Had 20 points, six rebounds and six assists at Oregon (2/7) and 23 points, 11 boards and seven assists at Oregon State (2/9) ... Had triple-double of 21 points, a career-high 12 assists and 10 rebounds in 38 minutes vs. Washington (2/14) ... Had career-high 36 points on 13-of-17 from the floor, 4-of-6 from 3-point range and 6-of-7 from the foul line, in 36 minutes at USC (2/22) ... The 36 points ties Kristin Folkl (Jan. 24, 1998) for the fifth highest single game output in Stanford history.

#22 Enjoli Izidor (6-0, G, Sr.): Averaging 4.1 points and 2.1 rebounds overall, and 3.6 points and 1.4 rebounds in conference action ... Has made 10 starts this season ... Shooting 50.9 (29-of-57) percent from the floor in Pac-10 play ... Has scored in double figures four times this season ... Career averages are 4.6 points and 2.5 boards ... Recorded season-high 13 points and six boards at Washington State (1/17).

#24 Susan King (5-7, G, So.): Out for the remainder of the 2001-02 season with a stretched anterior cruciate ligament in her right knee, and underwent surgery to repair the ligament on Friday, Feb. 8 ... Season-ending injury qualifies her for an NCAA medical hardship ... Suffered the injury in just her second game of the season (Dec. 19 at Arizona), and averaged 3.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.5 assists in those contests ... Missed the first eight games of the year after undergoing a scope to clean out the right knee on Nov. 8.

#25 Lindsey Yamasaki (6-1, F, Sr.): Will not play in the Pacific-10 Conference Tournament after undergoing a laparoscopic appendectomy on Tuesday afternoon at Stanford Hospital ... Is expected to by ready for the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Averaging team-high 17.4 points, 4.9 rebounds and 2.6 assists and conference averages are 18.0 points, 4.8 rebounds and 2.5 assists ... Career averages are 12.7 points (11th in school history), 4.7 rebounds and 2.2 assists ... Has been invited to participate in both the ESPN's 14th Annual Three-Point Championship on March 28 and the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-Star Challenge on March 30 (she will not participate if the Cardinal advances to the Final Four) ... One of 10 finalists for the inaugural 2002 Senior CLASS Award, which is given to the top senior female collegiate basketball player ... Has scored in double figures in 26 of Stanford's 29 games this season, including each of the last 15 ... Has scored 20 or more points on 10 occassions ... Has made 19 of her last 32 3-point attempts (59.4 percent) ... Named Tournament MVP of both the Stanford Invitational and the Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Classic ... Ranks third in the Pac-10 in scoring (16.4), third in 3-pointers per game (2.00), seventh in 3-point percentage (39.5) and seventh in field goal percentage (48.6) ... Became the 22nd player in Stanford history to record 1,000 career points on Nov. 23 vs. Minnesota ... Now ranks ninth on the all-time school scoring list with 1,450 points ... Ranks third in Stanford history with 188 career 3-pointers, and is three behind second place Jennifer Azzi (191, 1986-90) ... The 188 3-pointers also ranks her eighth in Pac-10 history ... Ranks 19th in school history with 521 career rebounds ... Had 27 points and career-high 13 rebounds in season opener vs. Indiana (11/16) ... Had double-double of 25 points and 10 rebounds vs. Penn State (11/25) in the championship game of the Rainbow Wahine Classic ... Scored 27 points, including 23 in the first half alone, vs. Arizona State (1/26) ... Earned second career Pac-10 Player of the Week honor, and first of the season, on Jan. 28 after averaging 24.5 points in the home wins over Arizona and Arizona State ... Had 24 points and five rebounds in 38 minutes at Oregon (2/7) ... Had 20 points and six rebounds at USC (2/22) ... Scored season-high 33 points, including 7-of-10 from 3-point range, in just 29 minutes at UCLA (2/24).

#32 Katie Denny (6-1, G/F, So.): Averaging 2.2 points and 0.7 rebounds overall, and 1.7 points and 0.6 boards in Pac-10 play ... Career averages are 1.5 points and 0.5 rebounds ... Had seven points, including two 3-pointers, in the championship game of the Rainbow Wahine Classic vs. Penn State (11/25) ... Had career-high eight points and three assists in 15 minutes at Washington State (1/17).

#33 Sebnem Kimyacioglu (5-11, G, Fr.): Averaging 6.2 points, 2.3 assists and 2.1 rebounds overall, and 6.1 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.7 assists in Pac-10 play ... Started the first six games at point guard, and has come off the bench in the last 23 ... Ranks second in the Pac-10 in 3-point percentage (46.8) behind feloow freshman teammate Kelley Suminski ... Has made 18 of her last 33 (54.5 percent) shots from 3-point range dating back to Jan. 19 ... Had career-best nine assists vs. Minnesota (11/23) ... Recorded career-highs of 14 points and five rebounds at Fordham (1/5) ... Matched career-high with 14 points, including 4-of-6 from beyond the arc, at California (2/2).

#34 T'Nae Thiel (6-1, F, Fr.): Averaging 6.4 points and 5.8 rebounds overall, and 6.6 points and 6.0 rebounds in conference play ... Started 17 of the last 18 games after breaking into the lineup for the first time on Dec. 28 vs. UCLA ... Ranks 13th in the Pac-10 in rebounding (5.8) ... Has scored in double figures six times this season, and pulled down 10 or more rebounds twice ... Had 14 points on 7-of-9 shooting in just 19 minutes vs. Minnesota (11/23) ... Had 14 points and career-high 11 boards at Rutgers (1/2) ... Recorded career-high 19 points, including 14 in the first half, and eight rebounds vs. Oregon (1/13).

#41 Bethany Donaphin (6-2, C, Sr.): Averaging 8.6 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.4 blocked shots overall, and 9.1 points, 4.9 boards and 1.4 blocks in Pac-10 play ... Career averages are 8.2 points, 4.8 rebounds and 1.1 blocks ... Started 11 consecutive games at center from Dec. 19-Jan. 24, and has started 18 overall this season, including each of the last six ... Ranks second in Stanford history in career blocked shots with 126 ... The 126 blocks also ranks her ninth in Pac-10 history ... Leads the Pac-10 in field goal percentage (58.0, 112-of-193) and is second in blocked shots (1.48) ...Owns a career field goal percentage of 53.6 (380-of-711), which ranks second in school history ... Named Verizon Third Team District VIII All-Academic (Public Policy major with a 3.38 cumulative grade point average) ... Has blocked a career-best 43 shots this season, which ranks seventh in school single season history ... Ranks 16th in school history with 560 career rebounds, and needs only 16 more to break into the top 15 ... Has made 43 of her last 65 shots from the field (66.2 percent) dating back to Jan. 26 ... Named to the All-Tournament Team at the Stanford Invitational ... Had double-double of 22 points and 10 rebounds vs. San Francisco (11/28) ... Also tied a school record with six blocked shots in the San Francisco game ... Scored 18 points on 9-of-11 shooting in 31 minutes vs. UCLA (12/28) ... Posted double-double of 12 points and 10 boards, along with three blocked shots, at California (2/2) ... Had third double-double of the season with 18 points and season-high 11 rebounds in 33 minutes vs. Washington (2/14) ... In final regular season game, scored 18 points for the second time in as many meetings this season.against UCLA (2/24).

#42 Lauren St. Clair (6-0, G/F, Sr.): Averaging 4.5 points and 1.7 rebounds overall, and 4.1 points and 1.5 boards in conference play ... Has made three starts this season, and is expected to start in Lindsey Yamasaki's (appendectomy) place this weekend ... Ranks eighth in the Pac-10 in career 3-point percentage at 39.7 (137-of-345), and tied for eighth in Stanford history in 3-pointers made with 137 ... She needs four more treys to tie Katy Steding (141, 1986-90) for seventh on Stanford's all-time list ... Career averages are 6.5 points and 2.6 rebounds ... Posted season-high 17 points, including three 3-pointers, and six rebounds vs. Oregon (1/13).

#44 Azella Perryman (6-1, F, Fr.): Averaging 3.5 points and 3.6 boards overall, and 3.8 points and 4.6 rebounds in Pac-10 play ... Appeared in 27 games off the bench ... Shooting 51.5 (34-of-66) percent from the floor overall ... Grabbed seven or more rebounds in four of her last eight games ... Had double-double of 10 points and 13 rebounds in 22 minutes at Washington State (1/17) ... Had career-highs of 13 points and 16 rebounds in just 22 minutes on Saturday vs. Washington State (2/16).

#51 Cori Enghusen (6-7, C, Sr.): Averaging 5.4 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.6 blocked shots overall, and 5.0 points and 2.8 rebounds and 1.0 blocks in conference ... The Pac-10 leader in blocked shots with 1.55 per game ... Has career-best 45 blocks this year to rank sixth on the school single season list ... Recorded 2.1 blocks per game in 11 non-conference contests ... Has 123 career blocked shots, which ranks fourth in school history ... The 123 blocks also ranks 10th in Pac-10 history ... Career averages are 3.8 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.1 blocked shots ... Had 11 points and career-high 10 rebounds in just 20 minutes vs. Santa Clara (12/2) ... Recorded five blocked shots vs. Penn State (11/25) ... Had 15 points, including 7-of-11 shooting, and eight rebounds in 18 minutes vs. California (1/30) ... Bothell, Washington native had the best weekend of her career during Stanford's trip to her home state in January ... Scored a career-high 24 points, including 11-of-15 shooting, in 24 minutes at Washington State (1/17) and had 13 points and five boards in 11 minutes at Washington (1/19).

STATISTICALLY SPEAKING: A look at where the 2001-02 Stanford team stacks up in the school record book - both team and individually ...

Category Place Number Next On The List

3-Pointers Made 1st 222 Old record: 213, 1999-2000

Lowest Oppt. FG Pct. 1st 35.1 Old record: .372, 1996-97

Highest Winning Percentage 2nd .962 .970, 34-1, 1989-90

Rebounding Margin 2nd +8.8 +9.2, 1994-95

3-Point Percentage 3th 41.1 42.1, 1989-90

Scoring Margin 4th +19.7 +23.2, 1996-97

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