Women's Basketball Returns Home
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  01/10/2000

Jan. 10, 2000

This Week:
Thur., Jan. 13 - Oregon
Haas Pavilion (12,300) - 7:30 p.m.

Sat., Jan. 15 - Oregon State
Haas Pavilion (12,300) - 7:30 p.m.

The California women's basketball team returns home to the friendly confines of Haas Pavilion this week for its first Pac-10 home stand against No. 23 Oregon (10-3, 1-0 Pac-10) and Oregon State (4-9, 0-1 Pac-10). Cal is 3-1 at its new on-campus facility.

The Bears (5-7, 0-2 Pac-10) look to snap a five-game losing streak this week. While Cal is struggling in the win department, it has been competitive in all 12 of its games this season. In fact, with five or less minutes to play, the Bears have had a chance to win all of their contests and haven't lost a game by more than 13 points.

Cal started the Pac-10 season on the road against 15th-ranked Arizona (Jan. 6) and Arizona State (Jan. 8). The Bears trailed the Wildcats only 59-55 with 5:38 to play but lost 71-58. Sophomore center Shavaki Jackson led the Bears with 14 points on 7-of-8 shooting in her first career start. Against Arizona State, Cal led by as many as eight in the second half and trailed by only three with 3:19 left before losing 69-59. Junior guard Kenya Corley led Cal with 16 points against ASU.

The Bears feature a variety of offensive weapons this season but are in search of consistent contributions from their guards and post players each game. Junior guards Courtney Johnson and Kenya Corley lead Cal in scoring with 12.6 ppg and 11.5 ppg, respectively. Senior forward/guard Paige Bowie, who has led Cal in scoring the last two seasons, is third on the team with 9.2 ppg. These three players along with sophomore centers Shavaki Jackson and Ami Forney have led Cal in scoring in games this season.

Johnson continues to build on her reputation as one of the Pac-10's top defenders. After finishing second in the league in steals last season at 2.74 per game, she leads the conference with 3.0 per game this year. As a team, Cal is ranked third in the Pac-10 in steals, averaging 10.25 per game.

Junior forward Lauren Ashbaugh leads Cal and is seventh in the Pac-10 with a career-best 6.8 rebounds per game. As a team, Cal is second in the conference, averaging 41.8 rpg.

For the 18th-consecutive year, KALX (90.7 FM) will carry all California home games. All of the Pac-10 road games will be carried. KALX's next broadcasts are this weekend.

BEARS ON TV 9 TIMES At least nine Cal games will be broadcast this season. Those games are at Fresno State (local cable), Dec. 4, vs. USF (FSBA), Dec. 6, Cal game of the Oakland Tribune Classic, Dec. 19 (FSBA), at ASU (COX), Jan. 8, at WSU (FSBA), Jan. 27 (tape delayed on Jan. 28 at 2 p.m.), at Stanford (Bay TV), Jan. 21, UCLA (FSN), Feb. 5, at Oregon State (FSBA), Feb. 10 (tape delayed on Feb. 11 at 2 p.m.), vs. Washington State (FSN), Feb. 26, and possibly Arizona (FSN), Mar. 11.

All Cal releases, results, statistics, box scores, schedules and coaches and players biographical information, as well as historical data, is available on the Intenet at www.calbears.com. Game recaps and statistics are updated after each contest.

After playing the last two seasons off campus at the Kaiser Arena, Cal officially opened the Haas Pavilion era Nov. 21 with a 74-52 win over Nevada. The $57.5 million structure, a remodeled and enlarged version of old Harmon Gym, opened this fall after two years of construction. The seating capacity is 12,300, up from 6,578. And although the structure is 37 feet taller and 28 feet wider than Harmon, it continues to keep fans close to the action.

Marianne Stanley is in her fourth season at the helm of Cal's women's basketball program with a 29-65 (.309) record. She will coach her 100th game at Cal at home against USC, Feb. 3. A native of Upper Darby, Pa., Stanley is a 20-year coaching veteran and winner of five national championship titles as a player (2) and coach (3). She owns a career record of 409-214 (.657). She began the year ranked tied for 26th in victories (404) among all active NCAA Division I women's coaches. Stanley, 45, tied as the 12th-youngest coach to reach the 400-victory plateau last season against Arizona State (1/28/99) at the age of 44.

She has earned four conference coach of the year honors and national coach of the year recognition twice, in 1979 at Old Dominion and 1996 at Stanford.

Stanley is joined at Cal by fourth-year associate head coach Barbara Thaxton, first-year assistant coach Ronalda Smitherman and second-year assistant coach Jualeah Woods.


A Look at Oregon (10-3, 1-0 Pac-10)
Oregon comes to town with a 10-3, 1-0 Pac-10 record following a 68-51 win at Oregon State, Jan. 8. All three of the Ducks losses have come on the road, where they are 4-3. The Ducks tied UCLA for the Pac-10 crown (15-3 mark) last season and finished the season with a 25-6 record after losing in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Sophomore guard Shaquala Williams, last year's Pac-10 Freshman of the Year, leads Oregon and ranks second in the conference with 17.9 ppg.

Cal-Oregon Series History
Oregon leads the series with Cal, 23-10, and has won the last 12 contests.

Last year: Cal opened the Pac-10 season on the road against Oregon and trailed by only eight points (52-44) with 3:24 left before the Ducks secured the 64-49 win behind a 37-8 bench scoring edge. Courtney Johnson and Paige Bowie led Cal with 13 and 12 points, respectively. In Oakland, Oregon clinched a share of the Pac-10 crown with an 80-57 victory. Johnson led Cal with 13 points in that game, as well.

Oregon Head Coach Jody Runge (Kentucky '85)
Jody Runge is in her seventh season at the helm of the Oregon women's basketball team. She boasts a 130-56 Oregon and career record. The 1999 Pac-10 Coach of the Year has led Oregon to the NCAA Tournament every year in her six-year tenure.

Oregon's Probable Starters

F23Lindsey Dion5-10Jr7.43.2
F33Brianne Meharry6-1Jr10.56.8
C34Jenny Mowe6-5Jr5.86.2
G14Nicole Strange5-10Sr8.03.2
G03Shaquala Williams5-6So17.93.0


A Look at Oregon State (4-9, 0-1 Pac-10 - at Stanford 1/13)

Oregon State is struggling this season at 4-9, 0-1 in the Pac-10 following the loss to Oregon. This is surprising as the Beavers return five starters from last year's 11-16 (3-15, tied 9th in the Pac-10) team. Sophomore forward Felecia Ragland paces the Beavers with 12.5 ppg. Senior center Sissel Pierce leads the conference with 2.92 blocks per game (38).


By Class
Seniors(1): Paige Bowie
Juniors (6): Lauren Ashbaugh, Kenya Corley, Courtney Johnson, Becky Staubes, Genevieve Swedor, Nicole Ybarra
Sophomores (5): Ami Forney, Janet Franey, Shavaki Jackson, Kawai Matthews, Masa Radovic
Freshmen (2): Michelle Wald, Amber White

By Height
5-8: Kenya Corley, Janet Franey, Courtney Johnson, Nicole Ybarra
5-9: Michelle Wald
5-11: Kawai Matthews
6-0: Paige Bowie, Amber White
6-1: Masa Radovic
6-2: Lauren Ashbaugh, Ami Forney
6-3: Genevieve Swedor
6-4: Shavaki Jackson

CAL'S TOP PAC-10 RANKS (THROUGH 1/9/00 games)


Rebounding Margin

1. Oregon State+6.5 (41.7-35.2)
3. Cal+4.0 (41.3-37.8)

Rebounding Offense
1. UCLA44.2
2. Cal41.8
Offensive Rebounds
1. Oregon State18.31
3. Cal17.33
FG PCT Defense
1. Oregon.371
2. Cal.389
1. UCLA11.42
3. Cal10.25
Turnover Margin
1. Arizona+3.93 (18.9-22.9)
4. Cal+1.00 (19.3-20.3)


1. Courtney Johnson, CAL3.00
2. Kitch Kitchn, ASU2.58
1. Maylana Martin, UCLA8.9
7. Lauren Ashabaugh, CAL6.8
15. Ami Forney, CAL5.8
1. Megan Franza, UW20.4
11. Courtney Johnson, CAL12.6

Cal-Oregon State Series History
Oregon State leads the series with Cal 21-16. The teams have split the series the last three seasons with the home team winning each time. Last year: In Corvallis, OSU's Sissel Pierce scored a layup with 5.4 seconds left in regulation to give her team a 54-52 victory. Shavaki Jackson came off the bench to lead Cal with a career-high 20 points. Cal's 63-58 win over OSU in Oakland was its fourth come-from-behind win in its last five contests.

Oregon State Head Coach Judy Spoelstra (Oregon State, '83)
Judy Spoelstra is in her fourth season at the helm at Oregon State with a 52-71 mark prior to the Stanford game (1/13). Prior to joining the Beavers, she spent six seasons as head coach at Montana State, where she posted a 98-68 mark. Her career record is 150-139.

Oregon State's Probable Starters

F33Reda Petraitis6-1Sr5.88.0
F34Felicia Ragland5-9So12.65.4
C32Sissel Pierce6-4Sr11.97.5
G21Chassie Wiersma5-11So4.73.7
G25Cherrith Wiersma5-9So4.42.8

Statistical Comparison-
Pac-10 rank in ( )

CalOregonOregon State
PPG64.3 (8th)72.5 (4th)59.8 (10th)
PPG Allowed64.1 (5th)60.2 (1st)61.9 (3rd)
FG%.395 (7th).463 (3rd).389 (8th)
3FG%.266 (10th).301 (7th).328 (4th)
FT%.623 (9th).705 (4th).521 (10th)
Rebounding41.8 (2nd)38.6 (5th)41.7 (3rd)
Turnovers19.3 (5th) 17.6 (3rd)20.9 (7th)
Steals10.25 (3rd)10.23 (4th)9.85 (5th)
Assists13.50 (9th)16.69 (4th)14.00 (7th)


Cal looks to prevent its second-consecutive 0-3 start in the Pac-10 against Oregon this Thursday. Last year, the Bears started the conference season with an 0-5 start. The Bears are 3-1 at the Haas Pavilion this year, while Oregon is 4-3 on the road, so the Bears chances of ending their five-game overall losing streak look good. In Cal coach Marianne Stanley's first two seasons, Cal opened the conference slate 1-2 with victories over Arizona State (1996-97) and Oregon State (1997-98).

Cal continues to build on its reputation of being one of the better defensive teams in the league. The Bears rank in the top five in three-of-four team defensive categories. Cal ranks fifth in scoring defense at 64.1 ppg, second in field goal percentage defense at .389 and third in three-point field goal percentage defense at .276. These are all improvements over last year's marks of 67.7, .415 and .318, respectively.

Despite being outrebounded in three of its last four games, Cal still ranks among the Pac-10's best in multiple rebounding categories. The Bears rebounding success can be attributed to their collective rebounding efforts. Cal ranks third in the conference for rebounding margin at +4.0 (41.8-37.8), second in rebounding offense at 41.8 and third in offensive rebounding at 17.33. The Bears know that they must do a better job boxing out and putting a body on their opponents if they are to experience the same success on the glass during the conference season as they did during the non-conference schedule. Junior forward Lauren Ashbaugh leads Cal in rebounding and is ranked seventh in the conference at 6.8 rpg. Last season, Ashbaugh led Cal and ranked eighth in the league with 6.2 rpg. Overall, five Bears average over four rebounds a game.


Lead at halftime5-0
Trailed at halftime0-7
Were tied at halftime0-0
Went into overtime0-0
Led by 10 or more points3-0
Shot FG 60% or better1-0
Shot FG 50% or better2-0
Shot FG less than 50%2-7
Shot FG less than 40%2-6
Shot FG less than 30 %0-0
Score in 40's0-1
Score in 50's0-3
Score in 60's3-2
Score in 70's1-1
Score in 80's1-0
Lead in rebounds4-3
Are outrebounded1-3
Are tied for rebounds0-1
Have less TOs than opp.4-4
Commit 15 or less TOs1-2
Start #3, 4, 31, 33, 425-3
Start #4, 31, 32, 33, 420-1
Start #4, 10, 31, 33, 420-1
Start #00, 4, 10, 31, 330-2
Face ranked opponents0-2


Paige Bowie8474
Lauren Ashbaugh6738
Kenya Corley6614
Courtney Johnson6536
Shavaki Jackson322
Paige Bowie89010.6
Courtney Johnson4977.6
Shavaki Jackson2417.5
Lauren Ashbaugh3835.7
Kenya Corley3475.3
Lauren Ashbaugh3685.5
Shavaki Jackson1474.6
Courtney Johnson2584.0
Paige Bowie3303.9
Kenya Corley1542.3
Paige Bowie2192.6
Courtney Johnson1191.8
Kenya Corley701.1
Lauren Ashbaugh470.7
Shavaki Jackson210.7


Paige Bowiesoftball
Kenya Corleytrack & field
Michelle Waldfield hockey

Junior guard Courtney Johnson has proved that she is one of the most lethal offensive and defensive threats in the conference this season. Johnson leads the Bears in scoring with 12.6 ppg, which ranks 11th in the conference. She also ranks eighth in free throw percentage at .765 (26-34). Meanwhile, the Antioch, Calif., native leads the league in steals with 3.00 per game after finishing second last year at 2.74. Her nearest competition is ASU's Kitch Kitchen at 2.58 spg. Johnson has posted a season-high four steals in a game on four occasions. Her career high of eight steals was set last year against Northwestern. Johnson's 5.1 rpg may also be the best of any guard in the Pac-10.

Johnson and fellow junior guard Kenya Corley have emerged as one of the best guard duos in the Pac-10. Corley is second to Johnson in scoring for Cal, averaging 11.5 ppg. Together, the two account for 37.5 percent (24.1 ppg) of Cal's offense (64.2 ppg). Corley, who started the year on a shooting tear before going through a brief slump, rediscovered her shooting touch in the state of Arizona. Corley posted a combined 27 points against Arizona and Arizona State on 13-of-24 (.542) from the field. Corley leads Cal in Pac-10 games with 13.5 ppg to Johnson's 11.5 ppg.

If Cal can figure out how to keep sophomore center Shavaki Jackson on the floor for more than 15-20 minutes per game, it will have a potent offensive post player in the lineup in crunch time. The Berkeley native earned her first two starts of her career against the Arizona schools and proved unstoppable at times. Against the Wildcats, Jackson posted a season-high 14 points on 7-of-8 shooting but played only three minutes in the second half due to foul trouble. At times, the only thing that is stopping Jackson is herself, fouling out in three of six games this season. One of the most heralded high school players to don the blue and gold in the last five years, Jackson is averaging 8.2 ppg and 4.7 rpg in only 16.8 mpg this season, which means about half the time she is on the court she is scoring.

Senior forward Paige Bowie has struggled at times for the Bears this season, but the Cal co-captain always finds a way to make her presence felt, whether it's by scoring, rebounding or dishing out assists. After leading the Bears in scoring the last two seasons and being named honorable mention All-Pac-10 last year, Bowie is third on the team in scoring at 9.2 ppg (9.5 ppg in Pac-10 games). While her scoring is down from her 11.9 ppg in 1998-99, her rebounding is up to 4.4 rpg from 4.0 rpg. Bowie also has emerged as Cal's top playmaker, averaging 2.7 apg.

Junior Lauren Ashbaugh could be considered the fourth two-sport athlete on the Bears, but her second talent of horse riding is not a varsity sport at Cal. Growing up on six acres in Woodinville, Wash., horses and competitive riding competed with basketball for her time. While Ashbaugh's love of basketball stems from her father, who played at Northwestern and professionally in Finland, the Cal forward's interest in horses stems from her mother, who teaches riding lessons to young kids.

Pac-10 Standings (as of 1/10)

Arizona State2-09-3
Oregon State0-14-9
Washington State0-23-9

This Week in the Pac-10
Jan. 13 - Arizona at Washington State, 7 p.m., ASU at Washington, 7 p.m., Oregon at Cal, 7:30 p.m., OSU at Stanford, 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 15 - Oregon at Stanford, 1 p.m. (FSN), Arizona at Washington, 1 p.m. (FSN NW), OSU at Cal, 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 16 - USC at UCLA, 1 p.m. (FSN)

Cal has spent much of the season on the road, posting a 2-6 record away from Berkeley and a 3-1 mark at home In four of Cal's seven losses, the Bears have outscored their opponents in the second half 6-2 junior forward Lauren Ashbaugh is Cal's top three-point shooter (6-12, .500) sophomore center Ami Forney is Cal's top passing post player, averaging 1.4 apg Ashbaugh and Forney each have one double-double this season Ashbaugh has two double-doubles for her career with the other coming at Stanford last season senior forward Paige Bowie is third all-time at Cal with 108 three pointers made and 374 attempted.

Cal Falls to No. 15 Arizona, 71-58 Despite sophomore center Shavaki Jackson scoring a season-high 14 points in her first career start, California lost to No. 15 Arizona, 71-58, in both teams' Pac-10 season opener at the McKale Center Thursday night. Junior guard Kenya Corley added 11 points for Cal. Tatum Brown came off the bench to lead Arizona with 15 points. Cal rallied from a 14-point deficit in the second half to trail only by four at 59-55 with 5:38 to play. After that, the Wildcats finished the game with a 12-3 run. Arizona led 39-34 at the half.

Cal Drops a 69-59 Decision to Arizona State
Arizona State converted on 39-of-52 free throw attempts en route to a 69-59 victory over California Saturday afternoon at Wells Fargo Arena. This was close to breaking the old conference game record of 41 makes and 54 attempts set by Cal against ASU in 1990. Junior guard Kenya Corley led Cal with 16 points on 8-of-15 shooting. Corley rediscovered her shooting touch during the Arizona road trip, posting 27-total points on 13-of-24 from the floor. Also in double figures for Cal were junior guard Courtney Johnson with 15 and senior forward Paige Bowie added 10. ASU was paced by Theresa Jantzen's 20 points. After trailing 22-21 at the half, Cal opened the second half with a 10-1 to grab its biggest lead of the game at 31-23 with 18:04 to play. The Bears trailed by only three (53-50) with 3:19 to go.


- as of Jan. 9, 2000

Lauren Ashbaugh - Jr. - 6-2 - Forward/Center
Career Highs
Points: 18, vs. Colorado State, 12/21/98
Rebounds: 13, vs. George Mason, 12/19/97
Assists: 3, vs. 4 opponents, most recently at UA, 1/6/00
Blocks: 2, vs. 6 opponents, most recently vs. USF, 12/6/99
Steals: 5, at Colorado State, 11/27/99
Season Highs
Points: 13, at Fresno State, 12/4/99
Rebounds: 11, at UNC, 12/30/99, vs. USF, 12/699
Assists: 3, at Arizona, 1/6/00
Blocks: 2, vs. USF, 12/6/99, at Colorado State, 11/27/99
Steals: 5, at Colorado State, 11/27/99

Paige Bowie - Sr. - 6-0 - Forward/Guard
Career Highs
Points: 30, vs. Northwestern, 12/17/98
Rebounds: 8, vs. 5 opponents, most recently vs. Colorado State, 12/21/98
Assists: 7, at UNC, 12/30/99, vs. Colorado State, 12/21/98
Blocks: 2, vs. 3 opponents
Steals: 4, vs. 3 opponents, most recently vs. Oregon State, 3/4/99
Season Highs
Points: 20, vs. Florida, 12/19/99
Rebounds: 7, vs. Illinois-Chicago, 12/18/99, at Fresno State, 12/4/99
Assists: 7, at UNC, 12/30/99
Blocks: 0
Steals: 3, vs. Nevada, 11/21/99

Kenya Corley - Jr. - 5-8 - Guard
Career Highs
Points: 19, at Fresno State, 12/4/99
Rebounds: 8, vs. Nevada, 11/21/99, vs. Cal Poly, 11/20/97
Assists: 4, at UA, 1/6/00, at Wake Forest, 12/28/99
Blocks: 4, vs. USF, 12/4/98
Steals: 4, vs. Stanford, 1/9/98
Season Highs
Points: 19, at Fresno State, 12/4/99
Rebounds: 8, vs. Nevada, 11/21/99
Assists: 4, at UA, 1/6/00, at Wake Forest, 12/28/99
Blocks: 2, vs. Nevada, 11/21/99
Steals: 3, at ASU, 1/8/00

Ami Forney - So. - 6-2 - Center/Forward
Career Highs
Points: 17, at Fresno State, 12/4/99
Rebounds: 12, vs. USF, 12/6/99
Assists: 4, at Fresno State, 12/4/99
Blocks: 2, at Fresno State, 12/4/99
Steals: 3, at Fresno State, 12/4/99
Season Highs
Points: 17, at Fresno State, 12/4/99
Rebounds: 12, vs. USF, 12/6/99
Assists: 4, at Fresno State, 12/4/99
Blocks: 2, at Fresno State, 12/4/99
Steals: 3, at Fresno State, 12/4/99

Shavaki Jackson - So. - 6-4 - Center
Career Highs
Points: 20, vs. Oregon State, 1/4/99
Rebounds: 9, vs. Arizona State, 1/28/99, vs. Pacific, 11/17/98
Assists: 5, vs. Colorado State, 12/21/98
Blocks: 3, vs. Pittsburgh, 12/20/98
Steals: 2, vs. Washington, 2/21/99
Season Highs
Points: 14, at Arizona, 1/6/00
Rebounds: 7, at ASU, 1/8/00
Assists: 1, at UA, 1/6/00, at Wake Forest, 12/28/99
Blocks: 1, at Arizona, 1/6/00
Steals: 1, vs. 3 opponents, most recently at ASU, 1/8/00

Courtney Johnson - Jr. - 5-8 - Guard
Career Highs
Points: 22, at Santa Clara, 12/2/99
Rebounds: 9, vs. 4 opponents, most recently vs. Florida, 12/19/99
Assists: 6, vs. Arizona, 1/30/99
Blocks: 2, vs. George Mason, 12/19/97
Steals: 8 vs. Northwestern, 12/17/98
Season Highs
Points: 22, at Santa Clara, 12/2/99
Rebounds: 9, vs. Florida, 12/19/99
Assists: 5, vs. Florida, 12/19/99
Blocks: 1, vs. Florida, 12/19/99, at Santa Clara, 12/2/99
Steals: 4, vs. 3 opponents, most recently vs. UNC, 12/30/99

Kawai Matthews - So. - 5-11 - Forward
Career and Season Highs
Points: 8, vs. Illinois-Chicago, 12/18/99
Rebounds: 7, at Wake Forest, 12/28/99
Assists: 1, at UNC, 12/30/99, vs. Nevada, 11/21/99
Blocks: 2, vs. Nevada, 11/21/99
Steals: 1, vs. 6 opponents, most recently at ASU, 1/8/00

Masa Radovic - So. - 6-1 - Guard/Forward
Career Highs
Points: 20, vs. USF, 12/3/97
Rebounds: 7, vs. 2 opponents, most recently vs. Arizona, 2/6/98
Assists: 10, vs. Oregon State, 1/4/98
Blocks: 1, vs. 4 opponents, most recently vs. Idaho, 11/26/99
Steals: 3, vs. 2 opponents, most recently vs. USC, 2/12/98
Season Highs
Points: 13, vs. Idaho, 11/26/99
Rebounds: 4, vs. Nevada, 11/21/99
Assists: 5, at Fresno State, 12/4/99, vs. Nevada, 11/21/99
Blocks: 1, vs. Idaho, 11/26/99
Steals: 2, vs. Illinois-Chicago, 12/18/99, Idaho, 11/26/99

Becky Staubes - Jr. - 5-10 - Guard
Career and Season Highs
Points: 2, at ASU, 1/8/00, at Fresno State, 12/4/99
Rebounds: 2, vs. USF, 12/6/99
Assists: 1, at Fresno State, 12/4/99, at Santa Clara, 12/2/99
Blocks: 0
Steals: 1, vs. 3 opponents, most recently vs. UIC, 12/18/99

Genevieve Swedor - Jr. - 6-3 - Center
Career and Season Highs
Points: 5, vs. UIC, 12/18/99, vs. USF, 12/6/99
Rebounds: 3, vs. 4 opponents, most recently vs. Florida, 12/19/99
Assists: 2, at Fresno State
Blocks: 1, vs. Idaho, 11/26/99
Steals: 2, at Fresno State, 12/4/99

Amber White - Fr. - 6-0 - Forward
Career and Season Highs
Points: 7, at UNC, 12/30/99
Rebounds: 5, at Santa Clara, 12/2/99
Assists: 5, at Fresno State, 12/4/99
Blocks: 2, vs. Idaho, 11/26/99
Steals: 3, at Fresno State, 12/4/99

Nicole Ybarra - Jr. - 5-8 - Guard
Career and Season Highs
Points: 3, vs. 3 opponents, most recently at ASU, 1/8/00
Rebounds: 3, vs. UIC, 12/18/99, at Colorado State, 11/27/99
Assists: 3, at Arizona, 1/6/00
Blocks: 0
Steals: 3, at Wake Forest, 12/28/99