2009-10 WVU Women's Basketball Guide

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  • m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 1 Table of contents the record book ...................95 35 seasons of basketball ........................................ 96 kittie blakemore .................................................... 97 individual records ................................................ 100 20-point games ................................................... 101 top scorers ........................................................... 102 single game leaders ............................................ 103 freshman game records ...................................... 106 sophomore game records ................................... 108 Junior game records ............................................ 110 senior game records............................................ 112 single season leaders .......................................... 114 freshman season leaders .................................... 116 sophomore season leaders ................................. 118 Junior season leaders .......................................... 120 senior season leaders .......................................... 122 career leaders ...................................................... 124 team records ....................................................... 127 winning streaks ................................................... 127 single season team records ................................. 128 postseason appearances ...................................... 129 single game team records .................................. 130 single game opponent records............................ 132 coliseum single game leaders ............................. 134 coliseum single game opponent leaders ............ 136 coliseum results .................................................. 138 the last time ....................................................... 138 big east tournament records .............................. 139 series records ...................................................... 140 Year-by-Year records............................................ 141 largest crowds ..................................................... 141 all-time scorers ................................................... 142 seasonal leaders .................................................. 148 individual honors ................................................. 150 all-time teams ..................................................... 152 overtime games .................................................. 153 100-point games.................................................. 153 in the ap rankings ............................................... 154 victories over ap ranked teams ........................... 154 wvu vs. division i conferences ............................. 155 rosemary kosiorek ............................................... 156 cathy parson ........................................................ 156 georgeann wells .................................................. 156 all-time uniform numbers .................................. 157 letterwinners....................................................... 157 West VirGinia uniVersitY ... 159 west virginia university ....................................... 160 wvu: a brief profile ............................................. 165 morgantown ........................................................ 166 mountaineer athletic club ................................... 168 president dr. James p. clements ........................... 169 wvu’s presidents ................................................. 169 director of athletics ed pastilong ......................... 170 head coaches ....................................................... 171 by the numbers ................................................... 172 mountaineer excellence ....................................... 173 athletic staff ........................................................ 174 Media inForMation ............ 177 media information ............................................... 178 2009-10 women’s basketball radio schedule ...... 179 msnsportsnet.com .............................................. 180 wvu sports communications .............................. 180 mountaineers at-a-glance ................................... 180 Mountaineer WoMen’s basketbaLL ............................ 2 ncaa & wnit postseason success ............................ 2 2007 australian summer tour .................................. 4 a commitment to excellence.................................... 6 sanni meets obama ............................................... 8 what they’re saying about wvu .............................. 9 facilities ................................................................. 10 playing the best ..................................................... 14 wnba .................................................................... 16 strength and conditioning ..................................... 18 academics .............................................................. 20 mountaineers in the community ........................... 24 coachinG staFF .....................25 head coach mike carey .......................................... 26 associate head coach george porcha ..................... 32 assistant coach donchez graham........................... 33 assistant coach m.l. willis ..................................... 34 support staff .......................................................... 35 Mountaineer proFiLes .........38 2009-10 roster ...................................................... 39 photo roster .......................................................... 40 profiles ................................................................... 41 season outLook ....................55 preseason notebook............................................... 56 2009-10 schedule .................................................. 57 the biG east...........................58 the big east conference ....................................... 59 a system of success ...............................................61 2008-09 all-conference honors ............................. 62 the big east conference staff ............................... 62 2008-09 big east statistics ................................... 63 2008-09 big east individual highs ....................... 64 2008-09 all-games statistics ................................. 68 2008-09 big east standings ................................. 68 2008-09 all-games standings ............................... 70 2008-09 big east team highs ............................... 71 2009-10 opponents ...............73 towson, duquesne, iowa, columbia ....................... 74 nevada, radford, maine, eastern kentucky ............ 75 longwood, fresno state, umbc, santa clara ..........76 st. John’s, pitt, depaul, villanova ............................ 77 marshall, notre dame, seton hall, louisville .......... 78 connecticut, providence, georgetown, rutgers ...... 79 usf, cincinnati, marquette, syracuse ...................... 80 scores vs. 2009-10 opponents ............................... 81 2008-09 season reVieW .........83 2008-09 season review ......................................... 84 2008-09 team statistics ......................................... 85 statistical totals .....................................................85 points-rebounds-assists ........................................ 86 game-by-game results ......................................... 86 game-by-game starters ........................................ 87 postseason notes ................................................... 88 season highs and lows .......................................... 89 player highs ........................................................... 90 senior recaps ......................................................... 91 2009-10 WoMen’s basketbaLL Guide credits the 2009-10 west virginia university women’s basketball guide has been published by the wvu department of intercollegiate athletics. Managing editor: Joe swan editor: tim goodenow author: phil caskey contributors: lisa ammons, tiffany doolittle, grant dovey, michael fragale, ira green, cheryl maust, shannon mcnamara, bryan messerly, mike montoro, amy prunty, steve stone, kelly tuckwiller design: blaineturner advertising, inc., morgantown, w.va. photography: all-pro photography by dale sparks, bob beverly, John bright, allen einstein/nbae, m.g. ellis, dan friend, Jeff geissler, tim goodenow, mike hardy, brian persinger, martin valent, wvu athletic archives, wvu photographic services, brent kepner, allison toffle, dave Yoblick, david Zicherman printing: champion industries/chapman printing company © 2009 West Virginia university department of intercollegiate athletics the indicia depicted are registered trademarks of west virginia university. for further information on mountaineer basketball, contact the wvu sports communications office. associate sports information director: ......phil caskey e-mail ..............................phil.caskey@mail.wvu.edu office: ............................................... (304) 293-2821 fax: ................................................... (304) 293-4105 press row: ......................................... (304) 293-2821 web: ................................... www.msnsportsnet.com 2 Mountaineer WoMen’s basketbaLL everything you need to know about the west virginia women’s basketball program. 25 coachinG staFFhead coach mike carey enters his ninth season in charge of the wvu women’s basketball team. 38 Mountaineer proFiLes everything you need to know about your favorite mountaineer players. 55 season outLooka glimpse of what’s in store for the upcoming season in morgantown. 58 the biG eastthe big east conference, the nation’s finest basketball league. 73 2009-10 opponents a brief glance at the 2009-10 mountaineer basketball opponents. 159 West VirGinia uniVersitY a look at west virginia’s flagship institution.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info NCAA BANNER RAISING CEREMONY Postseason success The Mike Carey era has brought unprecedented postseason success to the West Virginia University women’s basketball program. In the last six years the Mountaineers have advanced to three NCAA Tournaments (2004, 2007, 2008) with two postseason WNIT appearances (2005, 2009). ncaa & Wnit • WVU advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s second round in 2008, its second straight appearance in the tournament and third time under Mike Carey. • WVU, seeded No. 5, defeated No. 12 and host New Mexico 61-60 in Albuquerque, N.M., in front of 9,633 partisan fans at The Pit. 2
  • 3w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo • WVU’s consecutive NCAA second round appearances in 2007 and 2008 marked the first time in school history the Mountaineers had advanced to back-to-back NCAA tournaments. • WVU reeled off four straight wins, its longest postseason win streak, to advance to the 2005 WNIT championship game. • WVU’s three straight postseason appearances (2007-09) are a school record. • In 2006, while it didn’t qualify for postseason play, the Mountaineers stunned the women’s college basketball world by advancing to the BIG EAST Championship game as the No. 12 seed, with just eight healthy players.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Australian suMMer tour 2007 billed as the trip of a lifetime, the west virginia university women’s basketball team traveled to australia for a two-week summer tour, aug. 5-17, 2007. that billing far exceeded the travel party’s expectations. taking advantage of an ncaa rule that lets programs travel overseas as part of a foreign tour every four years, the mountaineers headed to the world’s smallest continent for a five- game summer exhibition tour that brought the squad to sydney and cairns, australia. after a 21-hour flight that included three legs and a 13 and a half hour non-stop flight, the mountaineers arrived in sydney aug. 7, 2007, and immediately began touring the most populous city in australia. in sydney, a city of about four million and located in the territory of new south wales, wvu toured bondi beach, the sydney Zoo and aquarium, the sydney opera house district, darling harbor, sydney harbor and manley beach areas. the team also got in some excellent shopping and had the opportunity to view the city, which hosted the 2000 olympic 4
  • 5w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo summer games, via the amp tower, the tallest building in sydney. while there, wvu played new south wales institute of sport, manley warringah and the aba select defeating all three squads 54-49, 78-50 and 80-53, respectively. from sydney wvu flew to cairns, located in the territory of Queensland that boasts a population of about 100,000. the mountaineers got to snorkel at the world-renowned great barrier reef, visit the cairns tropical Zoo and attend a dinner-theatre with the tjapukai dancers, one of the region’s oldest aboriginal tribes. at the great barrier reef, the team snorkeled two different, beautiful locations that included seeing some of the most brilliant and beautiful colors in the world. team members also had the opportunity to pet and swim with friendly sea turtles. “being in cairns and getting the opportunity to snorkel in the great barrier reef was one of the best experiences of my life,” then-senior center olayinka sanni said. “i would love to have the opportunity to go do that again.” wvu completed its competition portion of the trip while in cairns as well, knocking off the cairns dolphins 98-50 and cairns b 95-41. while wvu won all five of its contests by a margin of 34.4 points, soundly defeating four of those five opponents by 30 or more points, the true purpose of the trip was to reward wvu’s largest rising senior class in program history. the trip proved to be the cultural and ethnical interaction and experience that will most be remembered far after every player that made the trip no longer dons the old gold and blue. “it was fun, lots of fun,” now-graduated senior forward chakhia cole said. “it was a great experience that everyone should do. snorkeling, shopping and just hanging out together as a team were some of my highlights. when i look back on it i’ll be excited. those are memories not many people have. who can say they traveled across the world with their college team? we got to understand each other as teammates outside of basketball since we were around each other so much. that will certainly help team chemistry this year.”
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info A Commitment to exceLLence since becoming head coach nine seasons ago, mike carey has effectively installed his blueprint for building a successful women’s basketball program at west virginia university. that plan has paid immediate dividends in the last six seasons as wvu has reached the ncaa tournament three times (2004, 2007, 2008), the wnit finals (2005), the wnit second round (2009) and the big east championship game (2006) in that span. for the first time in school history, and under carey’s direction, the mountaineers have tallied four 21-win seasons in the last six years, including the second-most wins in school history with 25 in 2007-08. wvu is an impressive 86-27 (.761) in eight seasons against non-conference foes. last year the mountaineers advanced to the second round of the wnit, despite a rash of injuries that reduced wvu to just eight healthy bodies. along the way, wvu defeated national runner up and no. 5 louisville on the cardinals’ home court. two years ago wvu advanced to the ncaa tournament second round for the second consecutive season and was ranked in the nation’s top 20 all year for the first time in school history. the largest senior class in school history (7) guided wvu to victories over three nationally ranked teams, including a home victory over 2007 national runner-up rutgers (ranked no. 4). wvu also boasted a 12-4 record in the big east, its best finish in league play since joining in 1995-96. three years ago wvu advanced to the second round of the ncaa tournament and just missed 6
  • 7w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo A Commitment to exceLLence advancing to the sweet 16 after narrowly falling to national power lsu, 49-43. wvu also posted its then-best finish in big east play with an 11-5 record, good for fourth in the league – then wvu’s highest-ever finish in the big east. five years ago, wvu reached the big east championship game as the no. 12 seed, defeating three ncaa tournament teams along the way, including no. 1 seed rutgers in the big east semifinals. the scarlet knights were ranked sixth nationally, making the victory the then-highest ranked opponent wvu had ever defeated in program history. by buying into carey’s system - a program revolving around commitment, attitude and work ethic - student-athletes will not only perform to their utmost potential, but they will leave the wvu women’s basketball program as well-rounded individuals. beginning with a commitment to the program, a student-athlete is asked to have discipline on and off the court and have a willingness to make a sacrifice for the betterment of the team, whether it’s under the lights of the wvu coliseum or in the classroom. carey believes this dedication needs to be a year-round habit, not just a seasonal duty, that will lead to improved team play and a successful college experience. a positive attitude is a must in the mountaineer program. whether it be in the classroom, weight room or on the court for both practice and games, a positive attitude will lead to physical and mental toughness. lastly, possessing a first-rate work ethic leads to building a championship attitude. that ethic comes not only during a game, but in the weight and classrooms. and by maintaining that effort, student-athletes will then gain the confidence needed to be the best they can be.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Sanni Meets obaMa former mountaineer olayinka sanni won the 2008 wnba championship in her rookie season with the detroit shock. and when the team was honored for its achievements, sanni and her shock teammates celebrated the win with none other than president barack obama at the white house. OlAYINkA SANNI ANd thE dEtROIt ShOCk CElEBRAtEd thEIR WNBA ChAMpIONShIp At thE WhItE hOuSE WIth pRESIdENt BARACk OBAMA thIS pASt SuMMER. 8
  • 9w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo What They’re Saying about WVu “as soon as west virginia punched us in the face in the second half, we crumbled.” – Louisville coach Jeff Walz after WVU knocked off the No. 5-rated Cardinals in Louisville “mike carey might be the best coach in america that a lot of folks haven’t heard of -– yet!” – Beth Mowins, Shoot Around with Beth and Debbie “head coach mike carey has put west virginia women’s basketball on the map. the chips are in carey’s corner – all bets are off.” – Jessica Garrison, CSTV.com “he’s disciplined with his team. they can defend. i really like their balance and talent. i’m looking for them to pop out on the national scene.” – Debbie Antonelli, Shoot Around with Beth and Debbie “i like what mike carey has done since he stepped on west virginia’s campus. it’s a team that likes to get up-tempo. Quality play all over the floor.” – Doris Burke, ESPN “we always have difficult games against west virginia and i don’t know if it’s our mind set, whether or not we don’t believe. some people call west virginia the “blue collar rutgers team” and they are.” – Rutgers Coach C. Vivian Stringer “You look at this west virginia team, and they’ve got balance and size. they’re tough, very disciplined and well-coached.” – Tennessee coach Pat Summitt “this is a speed team. they play fast. they play hard. i hope the people in morgantown will realize what a good team they have and will come out and support the mountaineers.” – Debbie Antonelli, Shoot Around with Beth and Debbie
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Facilities west virginia student-athletes take pride in knowing that they compete in one of the finest athletic facilities, the wvu coliseum. in particular, the wvu women’s basketball team is housed in some of the nation’s superb accommodations on a daily basis. WVu coLiseuM one of the big east conference’s finest basketball arenas, the wvu coliseum seats 14,000 and provides an electric atmosphere for women’s college basketball. built in 1969 at a cost of $10.4 million and open for competition in 1970, the wvu coliseum also serves as home to the wvu school of physical education and much of the department of intercollegiate athletics. it is also the site of competition for men’s basketball, gymnastics, wrestling and volleyball. four other sports use the facility as their training and equipment headquarters as well. the domed arena has been the home of the wvu women’s basketball team for more than a quarter- century, but its many uses include commencement, concerts, conferences, floor shows and a host of educational and athletic events. most recently the wvu coliseum received a contemporary upgrade which included renovations to the men’s and women’s basketball locker rooms, construction of a players’ lounge and team video theater, expansion of the strength and conditioning center and training and equipment rooms as well as construction of a club seating area in the main arena, complete with private space for concessions, hospitality areas and rest rooms under the lower level seats. a new scoreboard, sound system, arena lighting and floor design were the latest improvements to the facility. 10
  • 11w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo the FLoor the wvu coliseum floor is an actioncush floating panel hardwood floor that enhances the potential performance of the mountaineers in one of the premier basketball buildings anywhere. sound sYsteM the wvu coliseum sound system is so intricate that four lectures can be heard simultaneously without conflict; in fact, classes are often held while 14,000 cheering fans are watching a basketball game. basketbaLL oFFices encompassing a reception area, film and team meeting room and offices for coach mike carey and his staff, the newly modernized women’s basketball offices provide a cozy atmosphere for both players and coaches. WVu basketbaLL practice FaciLitY in recent years, both men’s and women’s basketball have experienced an unprecedented level of success both on and off the court. the next step in maintaining that success and reaching new heights, all the while honoring past achievement and tradition, lies in the construction of a basketball practice facility. utilized by the mountaineer men’s and women’s programs, this state-of-the-art facility will help showcase mountaineer basketball and provide the necessary practice, strength and conditioning, sports medicine, team meeting, video, equipment, and locker room facilities all necessary to compete at the highest levels. this one-of-a-kind structure will provide mountaineer teams with 24-hour facility access and eliminate the time scheduling battle currently associated with the wvu coliseum. this practice facility will enable wvu intercollegiate athletics and mountaineer basketball to continue to be recognized as one of the top programs on both the conference and national level. this facility is imperative to mountaineer success on the court, in the classroom, and on the recruiting trail. this facility will continue the storied mountaineer basketball tradition in which all members of the mountaineer family can be proud. Locker rooM decorated in old gold and blue, wall-to-wall carpet covers the mountaineer locker room while color pictures adorn each player’s oak locker area. attached to the locker room is a newly constructed player’s lounge complete with computer study centers, leather couches and flat screen televisions.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info traininG rooM a fully equipped training room features a wide range of machines, training tables and a whirlpool for injury prevention and treatment. WeiGht rooM Just off the wvu coliseum court, the weight room houses a full range of hammer strength and bodymaster equipment. the 1,600-square- foot room also holds stairmasters and other machines for aerobic and cardiovascular training. the wvu coliseum weight center gives mountaineer cagers a complete and convenient location for this important area of training. equipMent rooM located just down the hall from the locker rooms the equipment room has a full complement of uniform and equipment necessities. press roW press row provides 50 seats for members of the media on the concourse level at the blue gate. four television platforms and several radio locations are also strategically situated at different positions around the arena. Fan coMFort at the wvu coliseum, fan comfort is the utmost priority. once inside the gates, visitors have access to ticket windows, numerous concession areas, water fountains, rest rooms and first aid facilities. all 14,000 blue theater-type seats in the main arena allow for comfortable viewing of any event. the ribbed, rafter-less roof and modern architectural design give a clear, unobstructed view of the playing floor from every seat. when wvu women’s basketball fans fill the coliseum it becomes an arena unsurpassed in enthusiasm and electricity. the mountaineers respond to this great home court by making it a very unwelcome place for visitors. 12
  • 13w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo wvu is known for its athletic facilities, first made with the construction of the coliseum in 1970 and strengthened since in a wide array of structures that meet the demand of a thriving major college program. extensively used by the university and morgantown community, the wvu coliseum is one of the centerpieces of the outstanding athletic facilities that are now such an important part of the wvu athletic department.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Playing the best LiFe in the biG east conFerence since west virginia university joined the big east in 1995, mountaineer players, coaches and fans alike have come to expect nothing but the best competition night-in and night-out in the tradition-rich and talent-laden conference. when wvu faces any of its 15 conference foes, mountaineer players know they are in for a 40-minute battle with some of the nation’s best teams and finest players. players coming into the mountaineer program can expect to play against some of the best athletes in the country, in some of the country’s best facilities. it’s very easy to see why the big east has been one of the ncaa’s best conferences in the last decade. MAdINA AlI NAtAlIE BuRtON 14
  • 15w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo - the big east claimed five consecutive ncaa championships from 2000 to 2004, unsurpassed by no other conference in the country. (connecticut, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004; notre dame, 2001). - connecticut claimed its sixth ncaa championship in 2009, while national runner-up louisville was defeated by the mountaineers when the cards were no. 5 in the country and defending their home court. - forty-nine big east teams have garnered ncaa tournament berths in the last eight seasons. - a league-record eight teams competed in the ncaa tournament in 2004, 2007 and 2008, more than any other conference. - nine national players of the year have been produced by the league. - the conference has produced 61 all- americans since 1994-95. - fifty-eight big east players have been drafted by the wnba. - a record 11 big east players were drafted by the wnba in 2001 while four connecticut players were taken in the first six picks of the 2003 draft. - seven former big east players have won a combined seven wnba championships including former mountaineer olayinka sanni who won a championship with the detroit shock during her rookie season in 2008. connecticut’s Jen rizzotti won two championships with the houston comets in 1998 and 1999. the huskies’ kara wolters won her first championship with the los angeles sparks in 2000. the huskies’ swin cash and notre dame’s ruth riley captured the league’s crown three seasons ago with the detroit shock while uconn’s sue bird hoisted the league’s title four years ago with seattle. rutgers’ chelsea newton and georgetown’s rebekkah brunson won the league’s title five seasons ago while rutgers’ cappie pondexter and connecticut’s diana taurasi won the title with phoenix two years ago. - connecticut’s rebecca lobo (1996), kara wolters (2000), swin cash (2004), sue bird (2004, 2008) diana taurasi (2004, 2008) and rutgers’ cappie pondexter (2008) have won gold medals as members of the united states olympic team. - five current coaches have been named national coach of the year. - six big east coaches have at least 400 career coaching victories. SARAh MIlES lIz REpEllA
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Wnba WVU is rapidly gaining a reputation for sending its own players on to the WNBA. Since 2004, four former Mountaineers have links to the professional woman’s basketball league. • All-America center Olayinka Sanni won the WNBA championship with the Detroit Shock, in her rookie season, in 2008. Sanni was taken in the second round of the draft and played a key role in Shock’s run to the championship. YElENA lEuChANkA • Center Yelena Leuchanka played two seasons in the WNBA with two different franchises as a free agent: the Washington Mystics in 2006 and the Atlanta Dream in 2007. 16
  • 17w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo • All-America point guard Yolanda Paige was taken in the second round of the 2005 WNBA draft by Indiana and played two seasons with the Fever. • Kate Bulger was drafted by the Minnesota Lynx in the third round in 2004. “our coaching staff is committed in helping develop our student-athletes both on and off the court as they advance their careers here at West Virginia university. should the professional ranks come calling for any of our players, there is no doubt in my mind they’ll be prepared for the next level because of the foundation they have built while being a Mountaineer.” -Coach Mike Carey kAtE BulGER
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info WVu strenGth and conditioninG phiLosophY the wvu strength and conditioning staff is dedicated to developing the athlete and more specifically the person. their primary goals are to improve athletic performance, injury prevention, promote self image and develop mental toughness. athletes are trained in areas of speed, agility, quickness, explosive training, olympic weightlifting, conventional weightlifting, band training, injury prevention movements, plyometrics, core, balance, functional training, bioenergetics related to individual sport, nutrition, flexibility, medicine ball training, proprioception, swiss ball training and various other practices. through the use of these tactics the focus is on speed, agility, strength, power, force, acceleration, deceleration, mobility, top speed, explosiveness, reaction, conditioning, balance, core stability, confidence, mental toughness, good nutrition habits, kinesthetic awareness and balance. it is the belief of the strength staff that providing an all-encompassing, sport specific, individualized program will enable athletes to reach their physical potential. with positive reinforcement and a structured, disciplined atmosphere, athletes will elicit confidence and mental strength to ensure success in all of life’s endeavors. Strength and conditioninG athletic excellence and strength and conditioning go hand-in-hand at west virginia university. long regarded as one of the nation’s finest strength programs, the strength and conditioning coaches at wvu ensure that all student-athletes are kept at the peak of their total fitness capabilities. to keep athletes in tip-top condition, west virginia offers a variety of training areas and a vast array of strength programs. equipped with excellent amenities and staffed by some of the finest strength coaches in the nation, athletes who come to west virginia know that they are in good hands when it comes to fitness. strenGth and conditioninG Mission stateMent: to provide athletes with the knowledge, extrinsic motivation, discipline and training to reach their physical potential. student-athletes are offered the opportunity to train in some of the nation’s best facilities and with one of the nation’s best staffs. physical development and dominance have been and continue to be traits that are equated with wvu. the wvu strength and conditioning staff is committed to enabling athletes to achieve excellence. “Individual and team goals start with strength and conditioning. Our strength staff is second to none and I’d put them up against any in the country. The best interest of the student-athlete is always taken into consideration. The foundation for success for our student-athletes begins with strength and conditioning.” -Coach Mike Carey 18
  • 19w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo basketbaLL’s priMarY traininG concentrations the main training area focuses for the women’s basketball team are anaerobic conditioning, upper and lower body power, agility and quickness, total body explosiveness, neural recruitment, speed, vertical jump and balance. WeiGht LiFtinG the lifting portion of the basketball routine is used to improve overall power and explosion with an emphasis on explosive training, acceleration, top speed, vertical jump, coordination and agility. this is accomplished through cycled periodization of olympic lifts, conventional weight lifting techniques, plyometrics, agility and speed work and proper nutrition along with intense conditioning. beinG FLexibLe good flexibility helps to improve speed, agility and reduces the risk of injury. each workout is preceded with a dynamic flexibility routine with regular stretching and followed by a post- flexibility routine at the end of every workout. proper nutrition each athlete is educated on correct dietary habits and essential vitamins and minerals necessary to be an elite athlete. the athletes have the opportunity to meet with nutritionists, go on guided grocery store tours and receive diets designed specifically for them by our dietician. conditioninG rigorous conditioning is designed to elicit changes in the body’s daily workout with the emphasis on anaerobic conditioning along with a solid aerobic base. the WeiGht rooMs accomplishing those conditioning requirements occurs in several weight rooms on campus. housing almost 15 tons of total weight, the mountaineer weight room is located in the puskar center at mountaineer field. the 22,000-square foot weight room features a three-lane track for conditioning and 40 times, one of only two collegiate weight rooms to have such a track. seven power platforms and 40 pieces of hammer strength weight equipment make the facility the envy of all opponents. mountaineer women’s basketball players utilize the new state-of-the-art weight room located adjacent to the court at the wvu coliseum. housing state of the art free weights and machines and conveniently located to the new training room, the mountaineers have the best when it comes to working out. core traininG for basketball players, the abdominal and low back regions are the units that tie the upper and lower extremities’ power together. in order to have excellent maneuverability and transfer of power, an athlete must have superior balance and strength in this core region. training of the core region occurs daily using balance balls, medicine balls and other basketball specific drills.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Academics the wvu department of intercolleigate athletics is committed to the promotion of the academic achievement of student-athletes as well as their athletic accomplishment and their personal and career development. in support of this position, west virginia university offers a variety of services and programs to help student-athletes maximize their academic potential. department staff members work with coaches, on campus student service providers and faculty to help student- athletes meet the unique demands of the classroom, the sporting arena and the personal- social challenges they face as developing adults. one person who is quick to point that out is athletic director ed pastilong, who, along with coach mike carey, has made academics a priority. take the stuart and Joyce robbins study hall and player lounge, located at the football complex. established a decade ago, the spacious center houses 18 computers and two networked printers in more than 10,000 square feet of study space. areas for group study provide an optimal learning environment for all wvu student- athletes. the facility is open seven days a week and all student-athletes are encouraged to use it. the study center provides a quiet atmosphere with tutors and one-on-one help for students who need it, and in the coliseum, the center provides more study space, as well as room for meetings and group sessions. athletes can use all these centers between classes or after practice in the evenings, with flexible hours tailored to make the most of a student-athlete’s limited time. athletes may come and go as they please, but make no mistake, they must make the grade. to help them do that, the wvu student services staff, headed by associate athletic director garrett ford, his counselors sandy cole- dement and ehren green, and academic advisor paul downey, make sure that every student- athlete has the best possible opportunity to obtain a college degree. this process begins as soon as a recruit signs a letter-of-intent to play for the mountaineers. “we know everything about incoming freshmen academically before they arrive in the fall,” says ford. “we know which students are ahead of others and which will require more assistance.” beside keeping in touch with freshmen, incoming student-athletes are encouraged to attend freshman orientation sessions offered for all west virginia university students during the summer prior to their arrival on campus. this is where new students can learn more about the morgantown campus and, most important, register for classes. during pre-registration, all student-athletes, from incoming freshmen to graduating seniors, get advice in scheduling the courses to keep them on track in their degree programs. during the second week of classes, freshmen are enrolled in mandatory study halls, monitored by ford and his staff. those who do well during the first semester are given the option of attending study hall, but if their gpa drops below a certain mark, they must return to the mandatory sessions. during the semester, department officials keep a careful record of each athlete’s academic progress. class and study hall attendance are checked regularly, periodic grade reports are obtained from instructors, and parents, coaches and players are kept up-to-date on their academic progress. these measures are succeeding in a noticeable way. last semester, more than one-third of all student-athletes earned a place on the athletic director’s academic honor roll with at least a 3.0 grade-point average. in the post-eligibility program, former mountaineer athletes are returning to school to complete work on their degrees, some after as many as 10 years away from morgantown. “at west virginia university, we do everything in our power to assist our student-athletes as they work toward graduation,” pastilong says. “we only have one rule — they must do the best they can possibly do. we can assure every student-athlete that the university and the athletic department will do our best. we expect our students to do their best for us. “together, we cannot help but succeed. our success is measured by how much personal growth we see in our young people, and i am proud of every one of our student-athletes in this regard.” at West VirGinia uniVersitY “Once a student, always a student” when a member of the mountaineer coaching staff preaches the virtues of receiving a good education, they’re not just blowing smoke. wvu athletic director ed pastilong has made student academic achievement his primary focus since 20
  • 21w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Academics his appointment as athletic director in 1989. under pastilong’s direction, west virginia has made it a prerogative to graduate its student-athletes. and it’s happening. but for those who don’t graduate with their class, there’s still hope. a post-eligibility program was created at the beginning of pastilong’s administration to give those student-athletes who are close to graduating an opportunity to come back to school to complete their degrees. since its creation, dozens of students have participated, with a success rate of better than 80 percent. more than 25 student-athletes from all sports participated in the post-eligibility program last year. in 1992, under the direction of associate athletic director garrett ford, wvu joined the growing list of schools that are a part of an ncaa- sponsored consortium. similar to the post- eligibility program in providing former student- athletes a chance to continue work toward their degrees, the closely screened consortium requires participants to be more involved in community-related activities. the consortium students are often much older athletes, who left the university to pursue professional sports or business careers, but now wish to return to complete their degrees. ncaa certiFication west virginia recently went through its third cycle of the ncaa division i athletics certification program in 2008-09. a self-study was conducted in these principle areas: governance and commitment to rules compliance, academic integrity, as well as gender and diversity and student-athlete well-being. while academic accreditation is common in colleges and universities, this program focuses solely on certification of athletics programs. wvu was one of the first schools nationally to volunteer for the ncaa’s pilot certification program in 1991, and was one of five schools originally certified at that time. the wvu athletics program was recertified by the ncaa in 1996 and then again in 2001. at the 1997 ncaa convention, the ncaa division i membership voted to change the frequency of athletics certification from once every five years to once every 10 years. “west virginia was one of the first two schools to participate in the initial ncaa certification in 1991,” director of athletics ed pastilong said. “this enables our university to confirm its commitment to the key values of intercollegiate athletics.” the study process involved members of the institution’s faculty and staff, as well as athletics department personnel and student-athletes. when the study concluded, an external team of reviewers conducted an evaluation visit on campus. those reviewers were peers from other colleges, universities or conference offices. the peer-review team will report to the ncaa division i committee on athletics certification. the committee on athletics certification will then determine the institution’s certification status and announce the decision publicly.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info chaMps LiFe skiLLs the numerous challenges that today’s college student-athletes face, both on and off the playing field, are unparalleled in the history of higher education. unfortunately, many students are not well prepared to face these challenges. to prepare student-athletes for the demands of college life and beyond, the ncaa has developed the champs (challenging athletes minds for personal success)/life skills program. in the spring of 1995, west virginia university initiated its own champs/life skills program. wvu was one of 170 schools selected by the ncaa to participate in their national pilot program. five programming “commitment” areas viewed as critical to personal growth are part of wvu’s model. they are: 1) academic excellence, 2) personal development, 3) career development, 4) athletic excellence, and 5) community service. coMMitMent to acadeMic exceLLence the purpose of this area is to support the academic progress of the student-athlete toward intellectual development and graduation. services provided within this component include tutoring, academic counseling and advising, orientation classes (sport and exercise physiology), and structured study sessions. coMMitMent to athLetic exceLLence the purpose of this area is to offer athletic programs that are broad-based, equitable, and dedicated to the well-being of the student- athlete. the wvu champs/life skills program supports and encourages a broad program of sports on the collegiate level, as well as acts as a resource for the coaching and support staff of the athletic programs. coMMitMent to personaL deVeLopMent the purpose of this area is to support the development of a well-balanced lifestyle for student-athletes, encouraging emotional well- being, personal growth and decision making skills. champs/life skills services provided within this component include personal counseling, health presentations, improving communication skills, and presentations on social development and fiscal responsibility. coMMitMent to serVice the purpose of this component is to engage interested student-athletes in service to his or her campus and surrounding communities. activities for student-athletes within this component include peer education, guest speaking at campus and community events, and mentoring local children. coMMitMent to career deVeLopMent the purpose of this component is to encourage the student-athlete to develop and pursue career and life goals in a timely manner. the champs/life skills program fulfills this purpose by offering career development presentations, sport career retirement programs, and by working in conjunction with the wvu counseling service and the career services center on identifying and individual’s interests, career goals, resumes, and job search process. for more infomration, contact dr. ed etzel at (304) 293-7062. athLetic director’s acadeMic honor roLL implemented in 1989 by current athletic director ed pastilong, the athletic director’s academic honor roll was initiated to honor deserving wvu student-athletes who achieve a 3.0 or better grade-point average each semester. in addition to the honor roll, a 4.0 club and a team award for the highest gpa were instituted. since the program began, more than 3,000 mountaineers have been honored, including a record 274 during the spring semester, 2001. through 28 semesters, the average total of student-athletes earning athletic director’s academic honor roll recognition is 150. the following members of this year’s mountaineer basketball team who have been honored during their careers: madina ali natalie burton Jessica capers korinne campbell vanessa house sarah miles liz repella 22
  • 23w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo red broWn cup an award first initiated in 1988 as the atlantic cup, it was later renamed in honor of former wvu coach and athletic director, the late robert n. “red” brown. serving as the school’s basketball and tennis coach from 1951-54, he assumed the position of athletic director in 1954 and served brilliantly there until retiring in 1972. brown, as athletic director, successfully secured the necessary funds to construct the magnificent wvu coliseum, a facility that is a lasting legacy of his administration. the red brown cup is awarded to the best all- around mountaineer student-athlete each year, taking into consideration athletic and academic achievement and community involvement. recipients of the red brown cup are selected from all wvu varsity athletes by the west virginia university athletic council. past recipients 1988 Jim bishop, rifle 1989 tracey thompson, volleyball 1990 don decarlo, track 1991 scott collins, wrestling 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek, women’s basketball 1993 mike compton, football 1994 rich braham, football 1994 lajaunda moody, gymnastics 1995 bob donker, men’s crosscountry/track 1996 Lisa Szymczak, women’s basketball 1996 kristin Quackenbush, gymnastics 1997 kristin Quackenbush,gymnastics 1998 charity wachera, cross country/track 1999 eric de groh, football 1999 Rebecca Burbridge, women’s basketball 2000 greg robinette, football 2001 steve bohan, cross country/track 2002 krista smith, volleyball 2003 amanda halovanic, gymnastics 2004 chrissie abbott, women’s soccer; greg Jones, wrestling 2005 greg Jones, wrestling 2006 karrie hutchins, women’s soccer; kevin pittsnogle, men’s basketball 2007 Janáe cox, gymnastics; frank Young, men’s basketball 2008 nick delic, men’s swimming; kailee goold, volleyball 2009 marie-louis asselin, cross country/track ryan stanchek, football Fred schaus captain’s aWard the fred schaus captain’s award is presented annually to the captain of a mountaineer varsity team who best displays outstanding sportsmanship and leadership, representing the university well in all aspects. recipients are selected from among all varsity captains by the wvu athletic council. the award was started to honor the retirement of fred schaus, who ranks as one of the university’s all-time basketball greats and went on to star in the nba for five seasons with fort wayne and new York. playing in the first- ever nba all-star game, schaus later returned to wvu in the late 1950s and coached basketball to its most successful era, culminating with an ncaa championship berth against california in 1959. moving to professional basketball with the los angeles lakers and later to purdue, schaus returned to wvu for his third and final stint as athletic director from 1981-89. past recipients 1989 herbie brooks, basketball 1990 tammie deangelis, rifle 1991 aileen convery, women’s swimming 1992 ann-marie pfiffner, rifle 1993 garett smith, rifle 1994 dean morrison, wrestling 1995 Jean foster, rifle 1996 seldon Jefferson, men’s basketball 1996 sandy shumate, volleyball 1997 charles emanuel, football 1998 marcos scrivner, rifle 1999 shawn foreman, football 2000 Jessica nonnemacher, gymnastics 2001 katie barnes, women’s soccer 2002 kyle kayden, football 2003 merissa sexsmith, women’s track 2004 kate bulger, women’s basketball; grant wiley, football 2005 laura kane, women’s soccer; rasheed marshall, football 2006 susan davis, track and cross country; J.d. collins,men’s basketball 2007 Jessica czaikowski, track; dan mozes, football 2008 ashley banks, women’s soccer; darris nichols, men’s basketball; owen schmitt, football 2009 keri bland, cross country/track pat white, football
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Mountaineers in the coMMunitY winning and hard work are important to the west virginia women’s basketball team. but becoming successful and positive role models on and off the court is just as significant to the team. the mountaineers give back to morgantown and its surrounding communities every chance they get. WVu chiLdren’s hospitaL the team visits sick, ill and cancer surviving children at the wvu children’s hospital in morgantown, w.va., to make the day of young fans. the players take pictures, sign autographs, talk, hug and give smiles to the patients. cLinics the team also donates its time and basketball experience by hosting and teaching a free basketball clinic for local children to learn the fundamentals of basketball. along with strengthening the youngsters’ basketball skills, the team also teaches the participants the importance of good sportsmanship, courage, determination and hard work. serVice to the coMMunitY members of the team have donated time with morgantown’s intergenerational walk and adopt-a-grandparent, an event that links the community’s elderly with today’s youth. players can also be found assisting with youth team presentations, in reading to elementary school assemblies, being special olympic athlete buddies and taking part in the girl scouts’ adopt-a-player program. coaches VoLunteer, too! the wvu coaches also volunteer in the community at celebrity golf tournaments such as the coaches against cancer tournament and at various speaking engagements. whether it be on a golf course or in a hospital, the wvu women’s basketball team has not only made a commitment to winning but to serving the community. FORMER WVu WOMEN’S tENNIS COACh MARthA thORN, FORMER WVu WOMEN’S BASkEtBAll COACh kIttIE BlAkEMORE ANd BEttY puSkAR At lASt YEAR’S WOMEN IN SpORt dAY At thE COlISEuM. thE EVENt WAS pARt OF thE pINk zONE pROMOtION. NAtAlIE BuRtON WIth hER AdOpt-A-GRANdpARENt 24
  • m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 25 Coaching staff Head CoaCH Mike Carey .................................... 26 assoCiate Head CoaCH GeorGe PorCHa............ 32 assistant CoaCH donCHez GraHaM ................. 33 assistant CoaCH M.L. WiLLis ............................. 34 suPPort staff ................................................... 35
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info with a penchant for continuing to set new standards, mike carey enters his ninth season as head coach of the west virginia university women’s basketball team. his achievements speak volumes: four 21-win seasons in six years (a school record); three consecutive postseason appearances (a school record); the second-best four-year span in school history amassing 82 wins (2005-08); 10 career victories over ranked opponents including the highest-ranked team in school history; the highest ranked road team in school history; victories over two eventual national runner-ups; the school’s first-ever big east championship game appearance; consecutive ncaa tournament appearances (2007, 2008) and three trips in five years (2004, 2007, 2008). in eight seasons at wvu, carey has posted a 150-101 (.598) overall record. under his direction, wvu is 74-22 (.771) against non-conference opponents including an impressive 43-3 mark against non-league foes at the wvu coliseum. in 2008-09, carey engineered perhaps his best coaching performance as he guided the mountaineers to an 18-15 record and a wnit second round appearance with just eight healthy players. along the way, the mountaineers defeated eventual national runner-up and no. 5 louisville, marking the program’s highest-ranked road team ever defeated. wvu also defeated eventual wnit champion usf at home. carey guided liz repella and takisha granberry to all-big east second team accolades and guard sarah miles garnered the league’s most improved player of the Year award. in 2007-08, the mountaineers reached new heights under the clarksburg native. wvu recorded a 25-8 record, the second-most wins in school history, and advanced to the ncaa second round for the second consecutive season. wvu was ranked in the nation’s top 20 in both major polls in the season’s entirety for the first time in school history, reaching as high as no. 11 in both the associated press and espn/usa today coaches’ poll. in league play, the mountaineers compiled a 12-4 record and finished third in the nation’s toughest conference – their highest finish since joining the big east in 1995-96. carey also notched his 400th coaching victory with wvu’s win at rhode island. olayinka sanni garnered honorable mention all-america honors and was named to the all-big east first team for the second consecutive season. meg bulger and laQuita owens garnered second team recognition. in 2006-07, carey led wvu to a 21-11 record and advanced to the ncaa tournament’s second round. equally impressive, wvu finished with an 11-5 mark in the big east. the mountaineers finished fourth in the league earning their then highest-ever regular season finish since joining the big east in 1996 and notching a first- round championship bye. three mountaineers also garnered all- conference accolades en route to postseason success: sanni (first team), owens (second team) and chakhia cole (honorable mention). west virginia reached the 2006 big east championship game for the first time in school history. along the way, wvu, seeded no. 12, knocked off no. 5 louisville in opening round action, no. 4 st. John’s in the quarterfinals and no. 1 seed rutgers in the semifinals (ranked sixth nationally). it marked the first time in the 23-year history of the big east tournament that a 12- seed had won a game, let alone advanced to the championship contest. the win over the scarlet knights marked the then-highest ranked opponent wvu had ever defeated in program history. Junior guard britney davis-white and sophomore guard cole each garnered all-big east tournament team honors. wvu also knocked off no. 11 depaul in regular season action at the wvu coliseum. Mike Carey Head CoaCH | nintH year 26
  • 27w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo in 2004-05, wvu posted a 21-13 campaign and reached the postseason wnit championship game. in 2003-04 the mountaineers notched a 21- 11 season, the third-most wins in school history, and reached the ncaa tournament for the first time in 12 seasons. in 2005-06, carey guided meg bulger to associated press honorable mention all-america accolades and all-big east second team recognition. in 2004-05, carey guided guard bulger and point guard Yolanda paige to honorable mention all-america honors and all-big east first and second team honors, respectively. bulger, a unanimous first team selection, became the first mountaineer in school history ever named to that team. paige, who shattered every wvu assist and minutes played record, led the nation in assists with 297 and became the first big east player taken in the 2005 wnba draft by the indiana fever with the 16th overall selection. during that season carey notched his 350th career victory with an 81-50 win at home against syracuse. carey was named 2003-04 big east coach of the Year, as voted by the league’s coaches, in just his third season. under carey’s guidance, west virginia won six more games than it did in all of the previous seasons in the always tough big east conference, finishing with a mark of 10-6. it was the second- best league turnaround from one season to the next in big east history. tHe Carey fiLe: date of Birth: July 4 Hometown: clarksburg, w.va. alma Mater: salem, 1980 year at WVu: ninth Coaching Career: west virginia university, 2002-present, women’s head coach; salem international/teikyo, 1988-2001, men’s head coach; salem, 1987-88, assistant coach; flemington and clarksburg liberty high schools, 1980-87, women’s head coach. Playing Career: four-year letterman at salem (77-80), 1978 wviac scoring champion; 1979 salem mvp; 1979 wviac all-tournament team; scored more than 2,000 career points.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info carey guided wvu to victories over two ranked teams in 2003-04 with wins over no. 19/21 virginia tech during the regular season and upsetting no. 23/23 villanova in quarterfinal round action of the big east tournament. those wins marked the first time in school history that wvu defeated two ranked teams in the same season. the victory over the wildcats advanced wvu into the big east tournament’s semifinals for the first time in school history. six years ago, three mountaineers garnered all-conference recognition under carey’s guidance: freshman meg bulger was named freshman of the year; sister and senior guard kate bulger was named to the conference’s second team; junior point guard Yolanda paige was named to the third team and became the first mountaineer named to the big east all- tournament team. he became wvu’s sixth women’s basketball coach in march, 2001, after 13 seasons as head men’s coach at salem college. given the task of resurrecting the women’s program, he was no stranger to rebuilding programs and making them a winner. so it was to no one’s surprise the magic that carey worked with holdovers from a 5-22 campaign and only a few newcomers in his first year. he took the program one step farther the next season, in 2002-03, as he guided wvu to its first winning season since 1996-97 with a 15-13 mark and back to the big east tournament for a consecutive season. carey also directed kate bulger, sherell sowho and paige to all-big east honors, then the first time in school history the mountaineers had three players receive all-conference recognition in the same season. kate bulger was also a third-team big east performer in 2002-03. but his efforts didn’t stop there. carey’s second recruiting class was ranked 16th nationally by all-star girl’s report, one of the nation’s leading scouting service. his third recruiting class that consisted of Yelena leuchanka and meg bulger was rated the fourth-best class in the nation for a class of two or less by all-star. during the early signing period of 2003-04 campaign, carey inked the 17th-best recruiting class by all-star. prior to his arrival at wvu, carey served as the head men’s basketball coach at salem college (div. ii) in salem, w.va. before he took the reins of the program, the tigers posted an 8-19 mark in the 1987-88 season. in carey’s first season, the program suffered just one losing campaign during his regime. in 13 seasons, carey’s salem teams made seven postseason appearances (two naia and five ncaa division ii) and won five wviac championships (1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999). three times the wviac tournament champion, the tigers were twice participants in the division ii elite eight, ranked no. 1 in the country during two seasons and played in the division ii final four in 1997. a four-time wviac coach of the year (1994, 1997-99), carey twice was named ncaa division ii east region coach of the year (1997, 1999). in his last season before coming to morgantown, carey’s tigers were 26-7, ranked as high as no. 4 nationally and advanced to the ncaa east region finals. carey’s career record at salem was 288-102; his record during the last five years of his tenure was 138-20. he had also served as director of athletics at salem since 1989. before going to salem as an assistant coach in 1987, carey coached for seven years in the west virginia high school ranks, serving as girls’ basketball coach at flemington and clarksburg liberty high schools. in 1986, he was harrison county and big 10 coach of the year, as liberty advanced to the regional finals. as boys’ coach in 1987, he led liberty to conference, county and sectional titles. carey was a four-year basketball letterman at salem, earning wviac freshman of the year (1977), wviac scoring champion (1978) and salem mvp and wviac all-tournament team (1979) honors while scoring more than 2,000 career points. he was a 1993 inductee into the salem athletic hall of fame. Carey’s Overall CoaCHinG reCord School Season Overall Conference salem ... 1988-89 .............................................. 14-13 ............. 9-10 (9th) salem ... 1989-90 .............................................. 19-12 ............. 11-9 (7th) salem ... 1990-91 ................................................ 22-9 ............. 14-6 (4th) salem ... 1991-92 ................................................ 9-17 ............. 7-13 (11th) salem ... 1992-93 ................................................ 25-7 ............. 18-3 (1st) salem ... 1993-94 ................................................ 24-4 ............. 17-2 (1st) salem ... 1994-95 .............................................. 17-10 ............. 13-5 (2nd) salem ... 1995-96 ................................................ 20-9 ............. 12-7 (4th) salem ... 1996-97 ................................................ 28-3 ............. 19-0 (1st) salem ... 1997-98 ................................................ 28-3 ............. 18-1 (1st) salem ... 1998-99 ................................................ 28-4 ............. 18-1 (1st) salem ... 1999-00 ................................................ 28-4 ............. 16-3 (3rd) salem ... 2000-01 ................................................ 26-7 ............. 14-4 (3rd) wvu ..... 2001-02 .............................................. 14-14 ............. 6-10 (10th) wvu ..... 2002-03 .............................................. 15-14 ............. 4-12 (t-11th) wvu ..... 2003-04 .............................................. 21-11 ............. 10-6 (6th)* wvu ..... 2004-05 .............................................. 21-13 ............. 7-9 (t-6th)# wvu ..... 2005-06 .............................................. 15-16 ............. 4-12 (12th) wvu ..... 2006-07 .............................................. 21-11 ............. 11-5 (4th)* wvu ..... 2007-08 ................................................ 25-8 ............. 12-4 (3rd)* wvu ..... 2008-09 .............................................. 18-15 ............. 5-11 (12th)@ overall ..............................................438-204 *ncaa tournament #wnit runner-up @ wnit second round 28
  • The Carey Family (left to right): chris, chelby, cheryl, mike, chelsy and craig 29w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo WVu Bests under Mike Carey preseason ranked in the ap (18) and usa today/espn coaches’ (22) polls (2007-08). ranked in top-20 all season long for first time in school history in 2008. consecutive ncaa tournament appearances for first time in school history (2007-08). three consecutive postseason appearances (2007-09) defeated highest ranked team in program history with 63-54 victory over no. 4 rutgers, Jan. 29, 2008. defeated highest ranked road team in program history with 79-70 victory at no. 5 louisville (eventual national runner-up) feb. 7, 2009 best big east record in school history at 12-4 in 2007-08. highest big east finish in school history, third at 12-4 in 2007-08. four 21-win seasons in six years (2004, 2005, 2007, 2008) a school record. twenty-five wins in 2008 marked the second- most in school history. first-ever big east tournament bye after finishing 2007 with 11-5 league mark good for fourth place in the league. wvu’s 11 big east wins marked a plus-seven game improvement from 2006 to 2007, the second-best turnaround in league history. big east championship game appearance (2006), a wvu first. became first no. 12 seed in 24 year history of big east women’s basketball to win a game, let alone advance all the way to the championship (2006). has won more postseason big east games than any other coach in wvu history. postseason wnit title game appearance (2005), a wvu first. longest postseason winning streak in school history (four, 2005 wnit). three ncaa tournament appearances (2004, 2007, 2008) in eight seasons. second-best home record (13-1) in school history in 2006-07. twenty regular season wins in 2006-07 were the most since 1992 (24). ten career victories over ranked opponents: at no. 5 louisville, vs. no. 4 rutgers, no. 14 notre dame and no. 18 pitt in 2007-08; at no. 20 louisville and at no. 24 depaul, 2006-07; vs. no. 6 rutgers in big east semifinals and versus no. 11 depaul, 2005-06; vs. no. 19 virginia tech and no. 23 villanova, 2004. a native of clarksburg, w.va., carey is a 1980 salem graduate with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. he received his master’s degree from salem in 1988. carey and his wife, the former cheryl minnix, have four children -- chris, chelsy, craig and chelby. Carey’s aLL-BiG east PLayers BiG east freshman of the year meg bulger, 2004 BiG east sportsmanship award meg bulger, 2008 BiG east scholar-athlete sport excellence award liz repella, 2009 BiG east Most improved Player award sarah miles, 2009 all-BiG east first team (3) olayinka sanni, 2007, 2008 meg bulger, 2005 (unanimous selection) all-BiG east second team (9) takisha granberry, 2009 liz repella, 2009 meg bulger, 2008 laQuita owens, 2008 laQuita owens, 2007 meg bulger, 2006 Yolanda paige, 2005 kate bulger, 2004 kate bulger, 2002 all-BiG east third team (2) Yolanda paige, 2004 kate bulger, 2003 all-BiG east Honorable Mention (1) chakhia cole, 2007 all-BiG east rookie team (3) meg bulger, 2004 sherell sowho, 2002 Yolanda paige, 2002 all-BiG east tournament team (3) chakhia cole, 2006 britney davis-white, 2006 Yolanda paige, 2004 Carey’s WnBa PLayers olayinka sanni (2005-08) detroit shock, 2008-09 yelena Leuchanka (2004-06) washington mystics, 2007 charlotte sting, 2006 yolanda Paige (2002-05) indiana fever, 2005 kate Bulger (2001-04) drafted by minnesota lynx
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info The Carey Years at West VirGinia 2008-09: 18-15, 5-11 BiG east all-BiG east selections: 3 all-american Honors: 0 Wnit second round arguably carey’s best wvu coaching job, the eighth year coach took just eight healthy players and guided them to a wnit second round appearance. along the way, the mountaineers won at no. 5 louisville, the nation’s runner-up, marking the highest ranked road team ever defeated in program history. wvu also knocked off eventual wnit champion usf. liz repella and takisha granberry became just the second duo in school history to each score 500 points or more in the same season and repella became the fourth player in wvu annals to score 500 points and grab 250 points in the same season. both repella and granberry garnered all-big east second team accolades while sarah miles was named the league’s most improved player. 2007-08: 25-8, 12-4 BiG east all-BiG east selections: 3 all-american Honors: 1 nCaa tournament second round led by the largest senior class in school history (7), west virginia posted the second-most wins in school history and defeated three ranked teams, including no. 4 rutgers, the highest- ranked foe the program had ever defeated. other victories over ranked foes included no. 14 notre dame and no. 18 pitt. the squad became the first team in program history to be ranked in the top- 20 for an entire season and reached the ncaa tournament for the second-consecutive season – a school first. west virginia reached as high as no. 11 in the coaches’ poll and the ap polls and was just the 12th team in ncaa history to boast four 1,000 point scorers on the same squad. wvu finished third in the big east conference, its highest finish since joining the league in 1995-96 and advanced to its third semi-final appearance in six seasons. the 25 wins also marked the second-most in school history. olayinka sanni garnered all-big east first team accolades for the second straight year, as well as honorable mention all-american honors, while meg bulger and laQuita owens were named to the conference’s second team. sanni was later drafted by the wnba’s detroit shock and won a championship with them in her rookie campaign. 2006-07: 21-11 11-5 BiG east all-BiG east selections: 3 all-american Honors: 1 nCaa tournament second round facing arguably the toughest schedule in school history, including a grueling non-conference slate that featured three top-25 teams, all which were road games, west virginia posted just an 8-7 record 15 games into the season. but a 12-2 regular season finish vaulted wvu to a fourth-place finish in the big east with an 11-5 mark. it marked the then-highest finish in school history since wvu joined the league in 1995-96. wvu knocked off two top 25 ranked teams on the season, both road games, with wins over no. 24 depaul and no. 20 louisville. wvu went on to earn an 11-seed in the ncaa tournament and defeated no. 6 Xavier 65-52 marking the mountaineers first ncaa tournament win since 1992. olayinka sanni garnered all-big east first team honors while laQuita owens was named to the second team and chakhia cole was named as an honorable mention. wvu posted its third 21-win season in the last four years. 2005-06: 15-16, 4-12 all-BiG east selections: 3 all-american Honors: 0 BiG east Championship Game west virginia rallied from losing eight straight games to end the regular season with one of the most remarkable runs in the history of women’s college basketball. as the 12th, and final seed, the mountaineers entered the tournament with nothing to lose. and they didn’t until narrowly missing out on its first-ever big east championship. the mountaineers defeated three higher seeded teams, all ncaa tournament teams, (no. 5 louisville, no. 4 st. John’s, no. 1 rutgers) before falling to no. 2 connecticut 50-44 in the championship game. in that contest, wvu trailed by just one with 30 seconds to go. the run was the first of its kind in the big east and one of just a handful in the history of the women’s game. in the big east, no 12 seed had ever won a game let alone advance to the championship game playing four contests in four days. chakhia cole and britney davis-white were named to the all-big east tournament team. meg bulger, lost to a major knee injury just 18 games into the season, garnered all-big east second team honors as well as honorable mention accolades. Carey’s MiLestone Wins 1 ......... vs. Ohio Belmont, Nov. 15, 1988 50 ......... vs. West Liberty, Jan. 17, 1992 .............. 83-77 100 ........ vs. Shepherd, Jan. 26, 1994 ................... 91-73 150 ........vs. Wheeling Jesuit, Feb. 26, 1996 ..........77-67 200 ........ vs. Wheeling Jesuit, Feb. 20, 1998 .........93-92 250 ........ vs. Charleston, Jan. 31, 2000 ................. 89-81 300 ........ vs. St. John’s, Feb. 2, 2002 ..................... 69-47 350 ........vs. Syracuse, Jan. 26, 2005..................... 81-50 400 ........ at Rhode Island, Nov. 24, 2007 .............. 80-47 30
  • 31w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Notable Victories durinG tHe Mike Carey era 1. January 29, 2008 no. 12/12 WVu 63 – no. 4 rutgers 54 -victory marked highest-ranked team wvu has ever defeated 2. March 6, 2006 WVu 56 – no. 6 (no. 1 seed) rutgers 40 -as the 12-seed, wvu used a seven-man rotation to knock off rutgers in the big east championship semifinals. -win advanced wvu to its first-ever big east championship game -victory was then the highest ranked team wvu had ever defeated 3. feb. 7, 2009 WVu 79 – no. 5 Louisville 70 - highest ranked road team ever defeated by program - down by 11 at halftime, mountaineers outscore uofl 54-34 in 2nd half 4. March 22, 2008 no. 17 WVu 61 at new Mexico 60 nCaa tournament - no. 5 seed wvu defeats no. 12 seed lobos on their home court in front of 9,633 partisan fans and one of the nation’s most hostile environments. - win advanced wvu to its second straight ncaa tournament second round. 5. March 17, 2007 no. 11 seed WVu 65, no. 6 Xavier 52 - ncaa tournament first round win was wvu’s first since 1992 6. february 26, 2007 WVu 76 at no. 20 Louisville 71, overtime - win secures wvu’s first-ever big east first round bye 7. february 10, 2004 WVu 69, no. 19 Virginia tech 66 - wvu’s first victory over a ranked opponent in 12 years - mountaineers storm back from 11 down in the last four minutes 8. March 7, 2004 no. 6 seed WVu 58, no. 23 (no. 3 seed) Villanova 47 - the win was carey’s first over villanova and gave wvu its first-ever big east semifinal appearance. 9. January 13, 2008 no. 16 WVu 56, no. 14 notre dame 50 - wvu’s second-ever win over the irish 10. January 9, 2007 WVu 74 at no. 24 dePaul 63 - wvu’s first road victory over a ranked opponent in 15 years 11. february 26 ,2008 no. 11 WVu 56, no. 18 Pitt 35 - in first-ever meeting when both school’s were ranked, wvu holds pitt to just 20.3% shooting for the game. 12. January 31, 2006 WVu 82, no. 11 dePaul 70 -highest-ranked opponent defeated at home in 13 years -first game after meg bulger’s first acl injury 2004-05: 21-13, 7-9 all-BiG east selections: 2 all-american Honors: 2 Wnit Championship Game wvu started the season off with a 9-0 record en route to its first-ever wnit postseason championship game appearance and the longest postseason win streak in school history (4). led by senior point guard Yolanda paige and sharp shooting sophomore meg bulger, the mountaineers posted its second-straight 21-win season for the first time in school history. paige broke every mountaineer single game, season and career assist record. she tallied 18 assists in a win over northwestern, tallied 297 on the season, which led the ncaa, and finished with 902 for her career, the seventh-best total in ncaa history. bulger posted 663 points and a 19.5 points-per-game scoring average en route to one of the best single seasons in mountaineer history. bulger went on to become the first player in school history to make the all-big east first team while paige garnered all-big east second team accolades. 2003-04: 21-11, 10-6 all-BiG east selections: 2 all-american Honors: 0 nCaa tournament first round wvu posted its first 20-win season and advanced to its first ncaa tournament in 12 years in 2003-04. west virginia posted a 10-6 record in big east play, winning six more games than it did the previous season, marking one of the best turnarounds from one year to the next in league history. mike carey garnered big east coach of the Year honors. the mountaineers defeated two ranked teams in no. 19/21 virginia tech at home, after rallying from a double-figure deficit in the final four minutes, and knocked off no. 23/23 in big east quarterfinal action to advance to its first-ever semifinal appearance. meg bulger was named the big east freshman of the Year while sister kate bulger was named to the conference’s second team. Yolanda paige was named to the third team and became the first player in school history named to the big east all-tournament team. 2002-03: 15-13, 4-12 all-BiG east selections: 1 all-american Honors: 0 BiG east tournament a school-best 10-0 start to the season propelled west virginia to its first winning season since 1997. wvu boasted a perfect 11-0 mark in non-conference play marking the first time that which included a school record 71% shooting performance in a 114-45 victory at robert morris. the mountaineers qualified for their second-consecutive big east tournament and kate bulger was named to the all-big east third team. 2001-02: 14-14, 6-10 all-BiG east selections: 1 all-american Honors: 0 BiG east tournament with only three newcomers added to a cast of players that went 5-22 the season prior to mike carey’s first as head coach of the mountaineers, wvu produced the first winning regular season since 1996-97. west virginia was picked last in the big east preseason coaches’ poll but finished 10th. kate bulger garnered all-big east second team honors while the freshmen tandem of Yolanda paige and sherell sowho were named to the all-big east rookie team.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info George PorCHa assoCiate Head CoaCH george porcha enters his first season as associate head coach and second overall on the mountaineer women’s basketball coaching staff after serving as an assistant last season. last season, porcha played an integral role in wvu’s wnit second round appearance and was instrumental in the day-to-day coaching of the team, including the post players. he helped liz repella and takisha granberry earn all-big east second team honors and assisted in sarah miles obtaining the big east most improved player award. porcha came to wvu from virginia tech where he spent one season with the hokies in 2007-08. prior to his stint at tech, porcha, a spring valley, n.Y., native, spent 2004-07 at t.c. williams high school in alexandria, va., where he served as head varsity girls basketball coach. while at t.c. williams, porcha led the team in 2006 to a second- place finish in the northern region and to the virginia state elite eight tournament. he guided the squad to an undefeated patriot district championship and was named the district coach of the Year for his efforts. porcha’s 2007 squad also captured the patriot district title. several of his players at t.c. williams later played at the collegiate level. academically, porcha served as a special education teacher for two years and was the assistant athletic director in 2007. prior to t.c. williams, he was the head varsity girls coach at washington-lee high school in arlington, va., for five years leading his team to the regional playoffs each year while compiling a 62- 43 record. he was named the 2001 national district coach of the Year and coached seven players who went on to college playing careers. porcha’s teams compiled an average gpa of 3.2 during his tenure. he also served as head junior varsity girls coach (1997-1999), head freshman girls coach (1995- 1997), varsity track assistant coach (1995-1999) and varsity football coach (1995-1999). porcha also has a wealth of aau coaching experience where he has coached 20 players who received division i scholarships. he worked in the boo williams summer league in hampton,va., for the past three years. his 2005 and 2006 teams were the boo williams nike elite tournament champions with his 2007 team finishing second. porcha also guided his team to the end of the trails nike elite tournament championship in 2005 and a runner-up finish in 2006. his team captured the virginia state championship in 2006 and 2007. additionally, porcha has also served as a camp counselor at several universities including virginia commonwealth (2005), richmond (2003-05), unc greensboro (2002) and virginia (2000-01), as well as being the camp facilitator at the t.c. williams camp for four summers. porcha earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from new haven. while at new haven, he played safety on the football team. he garnered his master’s degree in education from george mason in 2006. porcha and his wife robyn have three sons: george Jr., Jalen and Quincy. tHe PorCHa fiLe: date of Birth: oct. 25 Hometown: spring valley, n.Y. alma Mater: new haven, 1995; george mason, 2006 year at WVu: second Coaching Career: west virginia, 2009-10, associate head coach; west virginia, 2008-09, assistant coach; virginia tech, 2007-08, assistant coach; t.c. williams high school, 2004-07, head coach; washington-lee high school, 1999-2004, head coach; aau, 2005-07, head coach Playing Career: safety, new haven, 1991-95 32
  • 33w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Donchez GraHaM assistant CoaCH a native of baltimore, donchez graham joined the mountaineer program in June, 2009, after spending the past four seasons as an assistant at morgan state. while at morgan state, graham was responsible for recruiting, opponent scouting and the development of the post players. during his time at morgan state, he helped lead the bears to 53 victories since the 2006-07 season. in 2008, the bears participated in the wnit, the program’s first postseason invitation. morgan state had three top 100 recruiting classes while graham was there (2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08 by blue star report, all-star girl’s report and girls collegiate basketball report). the bears ranked seventh in the nation in 2006-07 in field goal percentage tHe GraHaM fiLe: date of Birth: aug. 23 Hometown: baltimore, md. alma Mater: morgan state, 1991; goucher college, 2003 year at WVu: first Coaching Career: west virginia, 2009-10, assistant coach; morgan state, 2005-09; western high school, 2002-04, head coach; dunbar high, 1998-2002, associate head coach. defense and third in the nation in team steals in 2007-08. graham came to morgan state in 2005 after spending three years as the head coach at western high in baltimore. while there, he guided western to a 46-6 record, a city title and two regional and state final four appearances. his squads ended the season ranked in the top five by the baltimore sun on three occasions. prior to his stint at western, graham served four years as associate head coach at dunbar high. at dunbar, his teams tallied a 101-8 mark and captured three maryland state 2a/1a championships. dunbar also won two baltimore city league titles and finished ranked no. 1 by the baltimore sun in 2001-02. graham graduated from morgan state in 1991 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and earned a master’s degree in school improvement leadership in 2003 from goucher college. he is married to the former kimberly horsley of baltimore, md. they have two children, donchez ludwig and kaybren allen.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info M.L. WiLLis assistant CoaCH malikah willis joined the mountaineer staff in June, 2009, after serving two years as an assistant women’s coach at norfolk state. at norfolk state she served as the team’s out-of-state recruiting coordinator, team travel coordinator and was responsible for the development of the post players. prior to norfolk state, willis spent three seasons as an assistant coach at elizabeth city state, helping the lady vikings to a 21-10 record, the ciaa tournament championship game and an at-large berth to the ncaa south atlantic regional during the 2006-07 season. she also coached post player celeste trahan, who became the first player in division ii history to score 2,000 and record 1,500 rebounds in a career. willis also had assistant coaching positions at the university of illinois-chicago (2000-02), chicago state (2002-03) and cheyney university (2003-04). a native of Queens, n.Y., willis played at christ the king high, where she was a teammate of former los angeles spark, current atlanta dream and tennessee all-american chamique holdsclaw. at the end of her prep career, willis was named a first team parade all-american and was a part of hall of fame coach c. vivian stringer’s 1994 recruiting class at iowa that was ranked no. 1 in the country. the hawkeyes captured consecutive big ten tournament championships in 1995 and 1996 and a regular season championship in 1995. a four-year letterwinner for iowa, willis earned bachelor’s degrees in media studies and african-american studies in 1998. she also played professionally for color cap tybnik of poland and tapiola honka of finland in 1999 and brazil’s santa maria club in 2000. willis is a lifetime member of delta sigma theta sorority, and also holds memberships with the women’s basketball coaches association and the black coaches association. tHe WiLLis fiLe: date of Birth: dec. 21 Hometown: Queens, n.Y. alma Mater: iowa, 1998 year at WVu: first Coaching Career: west virginia, 2009-10, assistant coach; norfolk state, 2007-09, assistant coach; elizabeth city state, 2005-07, cheyney, 2003-04, assistant coach; chicago state, 2002-03; assistant coach; illinois-chicago, 2000- 02, assistant coach. Playing career: brazil’s santa maria club, 2000; finland’s tapiola honka, 1999; poland’s color cap tybnik, 1999; iowa, 1995-98. 34
  • 35w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Support staff Toni Kay oLiVerio DIReCtOR OF BaSketBaLL OpeRatIONS toni kay oliverio enters her second season on the mountaineers’ staff as director of basketball operations. a native of clarksburg, w.va., oliverio comes to west virginia from the wvu institute of technology where she most recently served as assistant athletic director/sports information director since march 2008. in that position she assisted with the overall management of the athletic program including fundraising, external relations, facilities and academics. from last august until this past spring, oliverio served as the sports information director for the naia’s mid-south conference where she was involved in all aspects of publicizing the conference. also since august 2007, oliverio served as assistant sports information director and academic coordinator at wvu tech. she completed an internship in the mid-south conference’s commissioner’s office in 2006 where she played an integral role in the administration and coordination of the track and field, cheerleading, men’s and women’s basketball, softball and tennis championships. during that same time period, she worked in louisville’s intramural and recreational sports department. from august 2004 until december 2005, oliverio served as a graduate teaching and research assistant, also at uofl. she was a sports information intern at louisville in 2005, where she assisted in game management for women’s basketball, men’s tennis, softball and field hockey. from 2001-03, she served as head women’s tennis coach and assistant women’s basketball coach at salem college. oliverio garnered her bachelor’s degree in exercise science from west liberty state in 2001, where she was also a member of the women’s basketball team from 1997-99. she received her master’s degree in sport administration from louisville in 2006. she resides in fairmont. Meredith dotson athLetIC tRaINeR morgantown, w.va., native meredith dotson enters her fourth year as the wvu women’s basketball team’s athletic trainer. dotson was most recently a staff athletic trainer at sportsone memorial health university medical center in savannah, ga., responsible for the daily practice game coverage of 11 varsity high school sports which included approximately 150 athletes. she also served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at auburn for two years, responsible for the day-to-day athletic training needs of 20 varsity gymnasts, and has extensive experience working sports camps and clinics. she worked with the wvu women’s basketball team as an athletic training student in 2000-01. dotson is a boc certified athletic trainer by nata and earned her bachelors of science degree in athletic training from wvu in 2003 and garnered her masters of administration of higher education in 2005 from auburn. she resides in morgantown. Andy kettLer aSSOCIate DIReCtOR OF StReNgth & CONDItIONINg andy kettler enters his second season as the mountaineers’ strength and conditioning coach. a native of cincinnati, kettler spent the previous two years as the head strength and conditioning coach at winthrop. while there, he was in charge of all aspects of the eagles’ strength and conditioning program. prior to his time at winthrop, kettler was the head strength and conditioning coach of the kansas city royals for two seasons. with the royals, he was in charge of the entire strength and conditioning staff, including the supervision of two assistants and six interns. kettler designed and implemented programs for strength, conditioning, flexibility and nutrition. kettler is a 2001 graduate of ashland with a bachelor’s degree in sports industries/recreation. following college, he served as an intern at toledo before joining the cleveland indians organization as strength coach for one of cleveland’s minor league teams, the lake county captains. after a one-year stint with the indians organization, kettler served as minor league strength and conditioning coordinator for the san diego padres’ six minor league teams. kettler is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (cscs). he and his wife, kimbraly, have been married for four years.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Phil Caskey aSSOCIate SpORtS INFORmatION DIReCtOR phil caskey is in his ninth season with the west virginia university athletic department and was promoted to associate sid in december, 2008, after serving his previous tenure as the office’s assistant. a native of martinsburg, w.va., caskey is the primary media relations contact for mountaineer women’s basketball and serves as the secondary contact for wvu football. he also assists with the overall operation of wvu’s 15 other varsity sports and supervises a student staff that consists of three graduate assistants and two student assistants. prior to his full-time tenure in the sports communications office, caskey served two years as a graduate assistant in the office from 1999-2001 as the primary media relations liaison for mountaineer baseball, wrestling and men’s soccer. a seven-time, award-winning college sports information director’s of america national and district feature writer, caskey is also a visiting instructor in wvu’s school of physical education’s graduate sport management program and wvu’s perley isaac reed school of Journalism online curriculum classes. he has also served as media coordinator for numerous wvu and ncaa hosted sporting events and is currently co-authoring a media relations in sport textbook. caskey garnered his bachelor’s of science degree in journalism, with a specialization in public relations, from west virginia university’s perley isaac reed school of Journalism in 1999. he earned his master’s degree, also from wvu, in sport management in 2001. Ehren Green eDuCatIONaL COuNSeLOR ehren (reagor) green enters her fifth year as the wvu women’s basketball educational counselor. a crestview hills, ky., native, green is responsible for the team’s day-to-day academic services. during her tenure, she has helped produce 29 wvu athletic directors academic honor roll recipients, 11 big east academic all stars and a mcnair scholar in sparkle davis in 2007. most recently, liz repella was named a recipient of the 2008-09 big east conference’s scholar-athlete sport excellence award as well as being named an espn the magazine all-academic district ii first team performer. green earned her bachelor’s degree from ball state in 2003 in exercise science and wellness and garnered her master’s degree in sport management from west virginia in 2004. she finished her second master’s degree from wvu in 2006 in educational leadership studies in higher education. a four-year women’s soccer starter and letterwinner at ball state, green resides in morgantown and is married to wvu men’s soccer assistant coach bryan green. Steve Bierer aSSIStaNt equIpmeNt maNageR steve bierer enters his second season as an assistant equipment manager at wvu. a native of morgantown, bierer is responsible for acting as the equipment room’s liaison with nike, facilitating all orders and returns, is the top assistant to veteran equipment manager bubba schmidt and works daily with of the mountaineers’ olympic sports. bierer came to wvu after serving a three year stint as head equipment manager for olympic sports at virginia from 2005-08. he spent 2000-05 at east carolina as an assistant equipment manager, his last season serving as head equipment manager. from 1998-99, bierer served as an assistant equipment manager at virginia tech and spent five seasons (1993-98) as a wvu student football manager under hall of fame coach don nehlen. he resides in morgantown. Support staff 36
  • 37w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Kyle CooPer gRaDuate aSSIStaNt SeCOND SeaSON kyle cooper enters his second season as a graduate assistant on the mountaineer basketball staff. a native of waterford, pa., cooper is responsible for assisting in the overall day-to-day operation of the program, on-campus recruiting and the west virginia university women’s basketball summer camps. cooper is entering his fourth overall season with the mountaineer women’s basketball team after serving as head manager in 2006-07 and 2007-08. prior to his stint with wvu women’s basketball, cooper served two seasons as a manager with the mountaineer men’s basketball team from 2004-06. he has also been active in the development of area youth (elementary to high school) basketball. cooper graduated from wvu in 2008 with a dual bachelor’s degree in sport management and athletic coaching education. he’s currently pursuing his master’s in educational leadership with a focus on higher education from wvu. Pat Biondo VIDeO gRaDuate aSSIStaNt FIRSt SeaSON pat biondo enters his first season as video graduate assistant and his third year overall with the mountaineer women’s basketball program. a native of clarence, n.Y., biondo is responsible for all of the team’s video needs, including opponent and self scouts, film exchange and assisting the office in the day-to-day internal operations for the program. prior to this stint with the women’s team, biondo served as the head manager for the wvu men’s team under former coach John beilein from 2004-07. his responsibilities included being team videographer and assisting in day-to-day practice needs. biondo graduated from wvu in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in athletic coaching. he is currently pursuing his master’s degree from the college of human resources and education at wvu. he resides in morgantown. Support staff Dr. Matt LiVeLy meDICaL DIReCtOR Erin Brady StuDeNt maNageR Taylor WoLfe athLetIC tRaININg StuDeNt Donna Cayton aDmINIStRatIVe aSSOCIate Shirley MiLusH pROgRam aSSIStaNt
  • m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info 38 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s 2009-10 Mountaineers 2009-10 roster .................................................. 39 photo roster .................................................... 40 profiles ............................................................ 41
  • 39w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo alphabetical no. name pos. ht. Class hometown high school/previous school 44 madina ali ................................................f ................6-0................r-Jr. ............................ williamsport, pa............................williamsport area/ daytona beach cc 35 natalie burton .........................................c ................6-5................ so. ............................. perth, australia ................................................carine 20 asya bussie ..............................................c ................6-4.................fr. ............................. randallstown, md. ............................... seton keough 21 korinne campbell ..................................g/f ..............6-0.................Jr. .............................. princeton, n.J. ...................... notre dame/minnesota 3 Jessica capers ..........................................f ................6-1............... r-fr. ............................ gastonia, n.c. ............................................forest view 33 ayana dunning* ......................................c ................6-3............... r-fr. ............................ columbus, ohio ....................................eastmoor/lsu 12 vanessa house .........................................g ................5-7................r-Jr. ............................ fresno, calif. ..................... fresno/fresno city college 5 sarah miles ..............................................g ................5-7.................Jr. .............................. san antonio, texas ................................ sam houston 10 liz repella ................................................g ...............5-11 ...............Jr. .............................. steubenville, ohio ...................................steubenville 15 akeema richards .....................................g ................5-9.................fr. ............................. baltimore, md. ...............................................western 32 tonia williams*........................................g ................6-1............... r-fr. ............................ warner robbins, ga. ........................houston county/ south carolina 23 antishia wright ........................................g ...............5-11 ...............fr. ............................. boynton beach, fla. .................. lake worth christian nuMerical no. name pos. ht. Class hometown high school/previous school 3 Jessica capers ..........................................f ................6-1............... r-fr. ............................ gastonia, n.c. ............................................forest view 5 sarah miles ..............................................g ................5-7.................Jr. .............................. san antonio, texas ................................ sam houston 10 liz repella ................................................g ...............5-11 ...............Jr. .............................. steubenville, ohio ...................................steubenville 12 vanessa house .........................................g ................5-7................r-Jr. ............................ fresno, calif. ..................... fresno/fresno city college 15 akeema richards .....................................g ................5-9.................fr. ............................. baltimore, md. ...............................................western 20 asya bussie ..............................................c ................6-4.................fr. ............................. randallstown, md. ............................... seton keough 21 korinne campbell ..................................g/f ..............6-0.................Jr. .............................. princeton, n.J. ...................... notre dame/minnesota 23 antishia wright ........................................g ...............5-11 ...............fr. ............................. boynton beach, fla. .................. lake worth christian 33 ayana dunning* ......................................c ................6-3............... r-fr. ............................ columbus, ohio ....................................eastmoor/lsu 32 tonia williams*........................................g ................6-1............... r-fr. ............................ warner robbins, ga. ........................houston county/ south carolina 35 natalie burton .........................................c ................6-5................ so. ............................. perth, australia ................................................carine 44 madina ali ................................................f ................6-0................r-Jr. ............................ williamsport, pa............................williamsport area/ daytona beach cc * will sit out season in compliance with ncaa transfer rules head Coach: mike carey (salem, ‘80) - 9th season associate head Coach: george porcha (new haven, ’95) – 1st season assistant Coaches: m.l. willis (iowa, ‘98); donchez graham (morgan state, ‘91) pronunciation guide first names: akeema ........................................uh-keem-uh asya ............................................................asia ayana .......................................... eye-yahn-uh korinne .............................................. core-inn madina ..................................... muh-dean-uh tonia ............................................toe-knee-uh last names: bussie ...................................................... bus-e repella .......................................... re-pell-uh 2009-10 roster
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Jessica Capers F, 6-1, R-Freshman3 Photo roster Liz Repella G, 5-11, Junior10 Ayana Dunning* C, 6-3, R-Freshman33 Korinne Campbell G/F, 6-0, Junior21 Natalie Burton C, 6-5, Sophomore35 Asya Bussie C, 6-4, Freshman20 Tonia Williams* G, 6-1, R- Freshman32 Vanessa House G, 5-7, R-Junior12 Madina Ali F, 6-0, R-Junior44 Akeema Richards G, 5-9, Freshman15 Antishia Wright G, 5-11, Freshman23 Sarah Miles G, 5-7, Junior5 * will sit out season in compliance with ncaa transfer rules George Porcha Associate Head Coach Mike Carey Head Coach M.L. Willis Assistant Coach Donchez Graham Assistant Coach 40
  • 41w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo gifted athlete who is ready to make an immediate impact in the mountaineer frontcourt this season … an active and aggressive player who plays tremendously well on both ends of the floor … will share captaincy duties with liz repella this season. At West Virginia (2008-09): appeared in just two games before taking medical redshirt, thus missing the rest of the season … started both of those contests … tallied six points and four rebounds in season-opening win against north carolina central … grabbed eight rebounds and scored five points in 22 minutes of action before leaving game with season-ending injury. At Daytona Beach CC (2006-08): averaged 13 points, 9.3 rebounds and shot 57 percent from the field as a sophomore … second team wbca/kodak all-american in 2007 … 2008 mid-florida conference player of the Year … flcaa all-state region viii … seventh nationally in scoring, 12th nationally in rebounding and 23rd nationally in field goal percentage as a sophomore … averaged 19 points and 12 rebounds per game as a freshman, the ninth and 11th-best averages nationally, respectively … fcgaa all-state and nJcaa all-region viii first team … nominated for kodak all-american … conference player of the week … ranked 21st-best junior college prospect by national collegiate report (ncr) … rated 22nd-best junior college player by all star girl’s report (asgr) … ranked third (asgr) and fifth (ncr) best power forward prospect. In High School: averaged 19 points and 12 rebounds during senior season at williamsport area high … williamsport high’s all-time leading scorer … scored more than 1,000 career points in her junior year and tallied 1,000 career rebounds in senior season. Personal: daughter of abdul-rahim and atiya ali … birthday is dec. 21 … one of 10 children in family (four boys and six girls) … majoring in criminology and investigations. Madina ali | 44 6-0 | R-JuNioR | FoRWARD | WiLLiAMSPoRT, PA. | WiLLiAMSPoRT AReA Madina Ali’s Career Statistical Totals Year gp gs Min avg Fg Fga pct 3Fg 3Fga pct Ft Fta pct off def tot avg pF Fo ast to blk stl pts avg 2008-09 2 2 37 18.5 4 12 .333 0 0 .000 3 6 .500 6 6 12 6.0 6 0 1 6 1 4 11 5.5 Points 6, NCCU (11-14-08) Minutes 22, Iona (11-16-08) FGM 2, two times FGA 8, Iona (11-16-08) FG% .500 (2-4), NCCU (11-14-08) 3FGM 0 3FGA 0 3FG% 0 FTM 2, NCCU (11-14-08) FTA 4, Iona (11-16-08) FT% 1.000(2-2), NCCU (11-14-08) Rebounds 8, Iona (11-16-08) Assists 1, two times Turnovers 4, Iona (11-16-08) Blocks 1, NCCU (11-14-08) Steals 2, two times ALI’S CAREER HIGHS What’s the best thing about being a Mountaineer? The atmosphere What is your favorite website? Google then CNN.com What is your favorite late night snack? Pizza and Chocolate Swiss Rolls What is your favorite meal? Lasagna What/where is your dream vacation? Australia What’s the talent you’d most like to have? I wish I knew how to tap dance What are two things you must have on a road trip? My iPod and disinfectant wipes What is running through your mind in the tunnel before a game? I have a bunch of ‘I hopes….” Describe Mountaineer fans in one word. Amped What person would you love to trade places with for a day? David Beckham What is your favorite away venue? USVI What team not on our schedule would you most like to play? Duke favorite tV show? Law and Order What comes to mind when you hear “WVu Coliseum?” Game time on what reality show would you do best? I’d star in my own personal one Which teammate would be the best on Dancing with the stars? Sarah What was your “welcome to Division i basketball” moment? WVU Football Who is the best singer on the team? Vanessa favorite Coach Carey saying? “You’re in! She’s out!!” Who has had the biggest impact in your life? My nieces and nephews What is your personal motto? “My sister sends me a different before each game.” Up Close with Madina Ali
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info talented international player who gained tremendous experience last season … possesses great quickness for a center … runs floor extremely well for her size … a skilled student of the game. At West Virginia (2008-09): played in all 33 games with 31 career starts, second-most in school history by a freshman … shot 50.4% for the season, the fifth-best single season freshman performance in school annals … five double-figure scoring efforts … played 30 minutes or more in 15 games with two 40-minute contests … shot a combined 65.9% (27-41) from the field in season’s final six games … scored 10 points in four straight games at season’s end … 10 points, on 5-6 shooting, with 10 rebounds in key home win over syracuse … 10 points with eight rebounds in big east first round victory over providence … 10 points in regular season finale at notre dame … 10 points in 43 minutes of action, in big east second round matchup with depaul … season-high 13 points, on 5-7 shooting, in brown win … 10 rebounds at marquette … eight points and nine rebounds in st. John’s win. In High School: five-year member of the west australia state team: 2004 (u-16), 2005-06 (u- 18); 2007-08 (u-20). Personal: daughter of cliff and rosemary burton … birthday is march 23 … one of three daughters in family … majoring in pre-business and economics … big east academic all star … athletic director’s academic honor roll. BuRTon’S CAREER HIGHS Points 13, Brown (11-29-08) Minutes 43, DePaul (3-7-09) FGM 5, three times FGA 7, six times FG% .833 (5-6) two times, last Providence (3-6-09) 3FGM 0 3FGA 0 3FG% 0 natalie Burton’s Career Statistical Totals Year gp gs Min avg Fg Fga pct 3Fg 3Fga pct Ft Fta pct off def tot avg pF Fo ast to blk stl pts avg 2008-09 33 31 948 28.7 70 139 .504 0 0 .000 18 61 .295 91 72 163 4.9 64 0 11 44 15 19 158 4.8 natalie Burton’s BIG EAST Statistical Totals Year gp gs Min avg Fg Fga pct 3Fg 3Fga pct Ft Fta pct off def tot avg pF Fo ast to blk stl pts avg 2008-09 16 16 500 31.3 33 67 .493 0 0 .000 9 35 .257 45 32 77 4.8 39 0 6 15 9 9 75 4.7 Natalie Burton | 35 6-5 |SoPHoMoRe | CeNTeR | PeRTH, AuSTRALiA | C ARiNe SeNioR What’s the best thing about being a Mountaineer? Knowing that you are an important part of a university that is supported with immense loyalty and pride throughout all of West Virginia. What is your favorite website? www.oherrol.com. It’s a blog about Australian sports. What is your favorite late night snack? Chocolate What is your favorite meal? Home cooked roast lamb What/where is your dream vacation? Greece in a terrace house overlooking the ocean What’s the talent you’d most like to have? Gymnastics What are two things you must have on a road trip? My Australian music…and a banana Describe Mountaineer fans in one word. Proud What is running through your mind in the tunnel before a game? I’m trying to keep my adrenaline running by picturing myself being strong and aggressive. I am feeling so nervous but I know that’s good because it means I’m ready to go. What person would you love to trade places with for a day? Kele Okereke, lead singer of Bloc Party What is your favorite away venue? Pittsburgh What team not on our schedule would you most like to play? Tulane, some of my friends from back home play there. favorite tV show? Flight of the Conchords What comes to mind when you hear “WVu Coliseum?” I picture a game night with the lights on the court blazing, music playing and fans cheering. on what reality show would you do best? The Amazing Race Which teammate would be the best on Dancing with the stars? Vanessa What was your “welcome to Division i basketball” moment? Coming up against girls taller than me. Who is the best singer on the team? Between Vanessa and Jess favorite Coach Carey saying? “You might have to wake up Liz.” Who has had the biggest impact in your life? My family What is your personal motto? Just have fun and keep confident Up Close with Natalie Burton FTM 4, Longwood (12-30-08) FTA 6, two times, last Pitt (2-24-09) FT% .750 (3-4), Brown (11-29-08) Rebounds 10, two times, last Syracuse (2-28-09) Assists 2, two times Turnovers 6, Florida International (11-22-08) Blocks 1, NCCU (11-14-08) Steals 2, two times 42
  • 43w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Asya Bussie | 20 highly touted and extremely talented frontcourt player that will see the floor immediately … possesses tremendous post skills repertoire … strong, agile and aggressive in the post … excellent rebounder with smooth offensive moves … will contribute to the program immediately. In High School: rated the 14th-best post player and 47th-best overall player in the country by espn.com … ranked the 28th-best player in the country by blue star … ranked the 55th-best player in the country by all star girl’s report … all- metro player of the Year as a senior … mcdonald’s all-american nominee … averaged 16 points, 11 rebounds and had 71 blocks as a senior … guided gators to 23-8 record as a senior … helped seton keough claim the no. 1 spot and championship in the class a iaam with 21 points and 14 rebounds in the defeated of then-no. 1 st. frances … 21 points and nine rebounds in semifinal win over no. 9 archbishop spalding … bishop walsh invitational champions … scored 1,620 career points, tallied 1,189 career rebounds and had over 300 blocks in career … as a junior, averaged 14.6 points and grabbed 317 rebounds with 126 blocks … led team to 29-5 record, including a perfect 16-0 league mark, as a junior … three-time all-metro, all-conference, all- city and team mvp honors … three-time baltimore sun player of the week … rookie of the year, all- conference and all-city as a freshman … guided seton keough to the espn rise national high school invitational championship in the spring … team was ranked no. 1 in the area by the baltimore sun and 12th nationally by maxprep … played for the boo williams elite club team … played with incoming teammate akeema richards on 2006 maryland magic aau team … involved in student government … played on seton keough’s volleyball team. Personal: daughter of gerald and loretta bussie … birthday is april 16 … majoring in exercise physiology. 6-4 | JuNioR | FoRWARD | RANDALLSToWN, MD. | SeToN KeouGH What’s the best thing about being a Mountaineer? One big family What is your favorite website? Facebook What is your favorite late night snack? Cookies What is your favorite meal? Chicken, Mac and cheese, sweet potatoes … actually everything What/where is your dream vacation? Cabo What’s the talent you’d most like to have? To be a singer What are two things you must have on a road trip? Cell phone. Charger … Duh! What is running through your mind in the tunnel before a game? Play hard Describe Mountaineer fans in one word. Maniacs What person would you love to trade places with for a day? Frankie What is your favorite away venue? Pitt What team not on our schedule would you most like to play? Maryland favorite tV show? The Game on what reality show would you do best? I Love Money Which teammate would be the best on Dancing with the stars? Sarah What was your “welcome to Division i basketball” moment? The workouts Who is the best singer on the team? Jessica favorite Coach Carey saying? “Wow!” Who has had the biggest impact in your life? My family What is your personal motto? “Live, love, laugh” Up Close with Asya Bussie
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Korinne CaMpBell | 21 6-0 | JuNioR | GuARD/FoRWARD | PRiNCeToN, N.J. | NoTRe DAMe HiGH highly touted transfer from minnesota who sat out last season in compliance with ncaa transfer rules … projected to be an impact player by the coaching staff … excellent athlete with tremendous rebounding talents … can play a number of positions in the mike carey system. At West Virginia (2008-09): sat out season in compliance with ncaa transfer rules. At Minnesota (2006-08): played in 65 career games for the golden gophers with 19 starts … averaged 6.2 points and 6.5 rebounds per contest. In High School: street & smith’s all- american at notre dame high … parade all- american (fourth team) … wbca/kodak honorable mention all-american … mcdonald’s all-american … rated second-best small forward in the country by all star girl’s report … as a senior, she averaged 24.5 points, 14.9 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 4.2 blocks and 3.6 steals per game … finished high school career with 1,398 points and 987 rebounds. Personal: daughter of mel and regina campbell … one of four girls in family … older sister michelle was an all-big east performer at rutgers (2003-06) … birthday is april 10 … majoring in multi-disciplinary studies. What’s the best thing about being a Mountaineer? The people. It’s very comfortable here. What is your favorite website? Karmaloop.com What is your favorite late night snack? Chocolate soy milk What is your favorite meal? Medium rare filet What/where is your dream vacation? Florence What’s the talent you’d most like to have? It’d be cool to be a gymnast What are two things you must have on a road trip? My computer and my phone What is running through your mind in the tunnel before a game? Am I warmed up? Describe Mountaineer fans in one word. Crazy What person would you love to trade places with for a day? Kobe Bryant What is your favorite away venue? Rutgers – My parents are 15 minutes away and my sister played there What team not on our schedule would you most like to play? I would love to play Stanford and/or NC State favorite tV show? Family Guy What comes to mind when you hear “WVu Coliseum?” Basketball on what reality show would you do best? All I watch is Family Guy Which teammate would be the best on Dancing with the stars? Madina What was your “welcome to Division i basketball” moment? The workouts here were a reality check. Who is the best singer on the team? Vanessa favorite Coach Carey saying? “You want me to be real? You’re in! You’re out! That’s real!” Who has had the biggest impact in your life? Between my Dad and my sister Michelle What is your personal motto? “Look for a way. Not a way out!” Up Close with Korinne Campbell 44
  • 45w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Quality athlete who will immediately boost the mountaineer post upon her return from injury … versatile player capable of playing several positions … tremendously athletic and explosive around the basket. At West Virginia (2008-09): sat out season after suffering season-ending injury during the summer of 2008. In High School: averaged 18.6 points, 8.3 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 2.3 steals per game as a senior at forestview high … 2008 all-piedmont first team and player of the Year … invited to both adidas top ten camp and Junior phenom camp … scored 1,300 career points and grabbed over 1,000 rebounds, the first player in school history to do so … east-west all star … north-south all-star … all-state, all- district and all-region … two-time team mvp … three-time team captain … rated 74th-best prep prospect by all star girl’s report and 138th-best by blue star … played aau basketball with Queen city dynasty and hosa club. Personal: daughter of robin pratt … one brother … birthday is July 8 … nickname is “Jc” … majoring in mult-disciplinary studies. What’s the best thing about being a Mountaineer? The fans What is your favorite website? Facebook What is your favorite late night snack? Nuttie Buddies What is your favorite meal? Shrimp Alfredo What/where is your dream vacation? Bahamas What’s the talent you’d most like to have? To play the saxophone What are two things you must have on a road trip? My iPod and my Bible What is running through your mind in the tunnel before a game? Doing my 110% best Describe Mountaineer fans in one word. Outrageous What person would you love to trade places with for a day? Oprah Winfrey What is your favorite away venue? UConn What team not on our schedule would you most like to play? North Carolina favorite tV show? The Game What comes to mind when you hear “WVu Coliseum?” Hard work on what reality show would you do best? Real World Which teammate would be the best on Dancing with the stars? Sarah What was your “welcome to Division i basketball” moment? New Student Convocation Who is the best singer on the team? Vanessa Who has had the biggest impact in your life? My Mom What is your personal motto? “Loved by many. Hated by few. Respected by all.” 6-1 | R-FReSHMAN | FoRWARD | GASToNiA, N.C. | FoReST VieW Jessica Capers | 3 Up Close with Jessica Capers
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Ayana Dunning | 33 highly touted frontcourt player that will sit out this season in compliance with ncaa transfer rules after coming to wvu from lsu … excellent low post presence that could be a dominant force in the paint … possesses excellent post skill-set. At LSu (2008-09): played in 23 games with nine starts … averaged 5.1 points, 4.2 rebounds and 13.7 minutes per game … career-best 20 points, on 8-12 shooting, with 10 rebounds against no. 18 vanderbilt … 12 points at connecticut … 11 points in games against nebraska and florida state … 10 points vs. centenary. In High School: outstanding low post presence at eastmoor high ... started 77 career games … ranked as the 12th-best overall and 3rd-best post player in the nation by hoopgurlz.com … averaged 17.6 points and 13.1 rebounds per game for career … played in the 2008 mcdonald’s all-american game and was a wbca all-american … was a finalist for ms. basketball by parade magazine … holds the career scoring and record at eastmoor … averaged 18.4 points, 13.1 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game as a senior … averaged 19.8 points, 14.0 rebounds and 3.2 blocks as a junior … two-time first team selection … the 2008 central district player of the Year … member of four district championship teams … member of two regional championship squads … also played volleyball for four years. Personal: daughter of alfred and charlotte dunning … birthday is feb. 25 … has two sisters … majoring in sport management. 6-3 | R-FReSHMAN | FoRWARD/CeNTeR | CoLuMBuS, oHio | eASTMooR What’s the best thing about being a Mountaineer? I’m close to my family so they can come and see me play. What is your favorite website? NBA.com What is your favorite late night snack? Scooby Doo fruit snacks What is your favorite meal? Holiday meals What/where is your dream vacation? Cayman Islands What’s the talent you’d most like to have? To sing What are two things you must have on a road trip? My phone and my teddy bear What is running through your mind in the tunnel before a game? Getting a win What person would you love to trade places with for a day? President Obama What is your favorite away venue? UConn What team not on our schedule would you most like to play? LSU favorite tV show? Family Guy What comes to mind when you hear “WVu Coliseum?” Jerry West on what reality show would you do best? Top Chef Which teammate would be the best on Dancing with the stars? Madina What was your “welcome to Division i basketball” moment? First time with the athletic trainer Who is the best singer on the team? Vanessa Who has had the biggest impact in your life? My parents What is your personal motto? “Don’t spend time dwelling on wrongs and negatives that have occurred in the past, because unfortunately we can’t change the past. But we always have the opportunity to determine our future.” Up Close with Ayana Dunning 46
  • 47w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Vanessa house | 12 5-7 | R-JuNioR | GuARD | FReSNo, C ALiF. | FReSNo athletic, combo guard looking to make an immediate impact after missing most of last season with a season-ending injury … excellent ball- handling skills … can create opportunities for her teammates … excellent perimeter shooter. At West Virginia (2008-09): played in seven games, coming off the bench, before suffering season-ending knee injury against mercyhurst … two double-figure scoring games … played 20 minutes or more in three contests … career-best 14 points on a perfect 5-5 shooting day, including hitting four 3-pointers … 12 points on 4-7 shooting with a 4-4 performance from the free throw line in northeastern win … 8 points in florida international win in 22 minutes played … seven points with four rebounds in season-opening win against nccu. At Fresno City College (2006-08): averaged 14.6 points, 5.9 assists, 5.1 rebounds, 2.8 steals per game and shot 43.8 percent from the field in two seasons with the rams … helped school to 35-3 mark in 2008, the best record in school history … school also went 10-0 in league play … named all-state as a sophomore … two-time all-central valley conference … scored 41 points, grabbed eight rebounds and dished out five assists in fresno’s narrow semi-final loss to mt. san antonio college last season. Personal: daughter of rosalee and kelvin house … birthday is march 4 … one of eight children in family … has two brothers and five sisters … majoring in multi-disciplinary studies. Vanessa House’s Career Statistical Totals Year gp gs Min avg Fg Fga pct 3Fg 3Fga pct Ft Fta pct off def tot avg pF Fo ast to blk stl pts avg 2008-09 7 0 113 16.1 17 35 .486 6 19 .316 6 7 .857 9 8 17 2.4 8 0 3 10 0 8 46 6.6 Points 14, NJIT (11-28-08) Minutes 24, NJIT (11-28-08) FGM 5, NJIT (11-28-08) FGA 7, Northeastern, (11-18-08) FG% 1.000 (5-5), NJIT (11-28-08) 3FGM 4, NJIT (11-28-08) 3FGA 4, two times, last Brown (11-29-08) 3FG% 1.000 (4-4), NJIT (11-28-08) HouSE’S CAREER HIGHS What’s the best thing about being a Mountaineer? The Fans What is your favorite website? Facebook What is your favorite late night snack? Cereal What is your favorite meal? Spaghetti What/where is your dream vacation? Bahamas What’s the talent you’d most like to have? Be a track star What are two things you must have on a road trip? A good movie and candy What is running through your mind in the tunnel before a game? Just to be focused Describe Mountaineer fans in one word. Loud What person would you love to trade places with for a day? Beyonce What is your favorite away venue? Madison Square Garden – I’d like to play there sometime. What team not on our schedule would you most like to play? Tennessee favorite tV show? Real House Wives of Atlanta What comes to mind when you hear “WVu Coliseum?” Jerry West on what reality show would you do best? I Love Money Which teammate would be the best on Dancing with the stars? Antishia What was your “welcome to Division i basketball” moment? When I tore my ACL Who is the best singer on the team? Jessica favorite Coach Carey saying? “Get on the treadmill!” Who has had the biggest impact in your life? My parents What is your personal motto? “Love many, trust few, and paddle your own canoe.” Up Close with Vanessa House FTM 4, Northeastern, (11-18-08) FTA 4, Northeastern, (11-18-08) FT% 1.000 (4-4), \ Northeastern, (11-18-08) Rebounds 4, two times, last FIU, (11-22-08) Assists 1, three times Turnovers 4, Brown (11-29-08) Blocks 0 Steals 4, Northeastern (11-18-08)
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info extremely talented combo guard ... came into her own last season as one of the team’s go-to players … excellent perimeter player ... great quickness with a lightning first-step ... good on-court vision ... has tremendous scoring potential. At West Virginia (2008-09): named big east’s most improved player after a vote of the league’s coaches … 25th in big east scoring average … 15th in league field goal percentage … fifth in leage minutes per game … third on the team in points … second on squad in assists … team leader in free throw percentage … third in rebounds … second in minutes per game average … 22 double figure scoring efforts ... 11 perfect free throw shooting games … six 20-point efforts … two double- doubles … 13 straight double-figure scoring efforts from dec. 30 to feb. 15 … big east player of the week (feb. 9) after guiding mountaineers to victory at no. 5 and national runner-up louisville during regular season … victory was highest-ranked road team the mountaineers had ever defeated in program history … scored 22 points, on 8-13 shooting and a perfect 6-6 from the free throw line, with 10 rebounds in 39 minutes of action against the cards … career-best 27 points with 10 caroms in home win over mercyhurst … 21 points, on 8-15 shooting, with eight rebounds in narrow loss to depaul in second round of big east championship … 23 points on 8-17 shooting and 7-7 from the free throw line in win over marshall … 22 points on 10-14 shooting with seven rebounds in longwood win … 20 points against seton hall … 19 points, including career-best 10 free throws against indiana … 19 points with eight rebounds in home win over providence. At West Virginia (2007-08): appeared in 16 games as backup … averaged 1.8 points in 5.4 minutes per game … career-high 10 points on 5-5 shooting in home win against presbyterian … four assists and two points in home win against st. francis, pa. … three points and three assists in home victory over canisius in season-opener. In High School: averaged 15 points, four assists and six rebounds as a senior at sam houston high ... guided hurricanes to 30-5 record including a perfect 13-0 mark in conference play ... team advanced to second round of aaaa playoffs ... saisd tournament mvp, all-district mvp and tabc all-region as a senior ... northside lonestar all-tournament team ... san antonio express-news “super team” ... four-time first team all-district ... saisd all-tournament team ... rated among the top 250 prep players according to all-star girl’s report. Personal: daughter of Janet miles ... birthday is July 5 ... majoring in design studies. Sarah Miles | 5 5-7 | JuNioR |GuARD | SAN ANToNio, TexAS | SAM HouSToN 48
  • 49w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo What’s the best thing about being a Mountaineer? The history to live up to What is your favorite website? WNBA.com What is your favorite late night snack? Peanut butter crackers What is your favorite meal? Chicken Alfredo What/where is your dream vacation? Miami, Fla. What’s the talent you’d most like to have? To be able to dunk at my height What are two things you must have on a road trip? Laptop and iPod What is running through your mind in the tunnel before a game? Victory Describe Mountaineer fans in one word. Dedicated What person would you love to trade places with for a day? Candice Parker What is your favorite away venue? Rutgers What team not on our schedule would you most like to play? Texas in Texas favorite tV show? First 48 What comes to mind when you hear “WVu Coliseum?” Workout on what reality show would you do best? Megan Millionaire!!! I would be Megan! Which teammate would be the best on Dancing with the stars? Akeema What was your “welcome to Division i basketball” moment? Our first workout Who is the best singer on the team? Vanessa favorite Coach Carey saying? “I’m gonna bust your butt! Who has had the biggest impact in your life? My grandmother and my mother What is your personal motto? Go hard or go home Up Close with Sarah Miles Sarah Miles’ Career Statistical Totals Year gp gs Min avg Fg Fga pct 3Fg 3Fga pct Ft Fta pct off def tot avg pF Fo ast to blk stl pts avg 2007-08 16 0 86 5.4 9 18 .500 0 1 .000 11 18 .611 4 8 12 0.8 4 0 13 7 0 7 29 1.8 2008-09 33 33 1139 34.5 150 329 .456 5 33 .152 97 136 .713 44 130 174 5.3 88 3 96 109 12 70 402 12.2 total 49 33 1225 25.0 159 329 .483 5 34 .147 108 154 .701 48 138 186 3.8 92 3 109 116 12 77 431 8.8 Sarah Miles’ Career BIG EAST Statistical Totals Year gp gs Min avg Fg Fga pct 3Fg 3Fga pct Ft Fta pct off def tot avg pF Fo ast to blk stl pts avg 2007-08 5 0 15 3.0 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 1 1 2 0.4 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0.8 2008-09 16 16 582 36.4 76 176 .432 4 25 .160 47 62 .758 20 60 80 5.0 50 2 42 55 2 34 203 12.7 total 21 16 597 28.4 77 180 .427 4 25 .160 49 64 .766 21 61 82 3.9 51 2 42 55 2 34 207 9.9 Points 27, Mercyhurst (12-3-08) Minutes 42, DePaul (3-7-09) FGM 10, Longwood (12-30-08) FGA 17, two times, last Marshall (1-14-09) FG% .706 (12-17), (12-3-08) 3FGM 1, five times 3FGA 3, three times 3FG% 1.000 (1-1) Indiana (12-7-08) FTM 10, Indiana (12-7-08) (11-14-08) FTA 13, Indiana (12-7-08) FT% 1.000 (7-7), Marshall (1-14-08) Rebounds 10, two times, last (2-7-09) Assists 7, Brown (11-29-08) two times Turnovers 9, Notre Dame (3-2-09) Blocks 2, three times Steals 6, NCCU, (11-14-08) MILES’ CAREER HIGHS
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info one of the big east’s rising stars … multi- talented player who is aggressive on both ends of the court ... excellent student of the game ... can play the two-guard and small forward positions in the mike carey system ... excellent defender … plays with heart and hustle … At West Virginia (2008-09): all-big east second team performer … named big east’s scholar- athlete sport excellence for women’s basketball … espn the magazine academic all-district ii first team … wvu team leader in points, points per game, rebounds, rebounds per game blocks and minutes played … one of just four big east players to be in top 10 in scoring in rebounding … ninth in big east points per game … seventh in league rebounding per game … eighth in league steals per game … ninth in 3-point field goals made per game … 14th in offensive rebounds per game … 7th in defensive rebounds per contest … third in league minutes per game played … three-time big east weekly honor roll honoree … 30 double-figure scoring efforts … 12 double-doubles … nine 20-point contests … 16- game double-figure scoring streak from nov. 16 to Jan. 17 … 21 35-minute plus contests … career-best 34 points on 10-17 shooting with five 3-pointers and 9-10 shooting from the free throw in regular season home victory over eventual wnit champion usf … 27 points on 10-23 shooting with career-best six 3-pointers in wnit first round victory over coppin state … 23 points on 8-14 shooting with four 3-pointers in win at santa clara … 23 points and career-best 14 rebounds in win over northeastern … 15 points and 14 rebounds in 39 minutes of action in win at no. 5 and national runner- up louisville … 21 points and nine rebounds in narrow loss to depaul in big east tournament second round game … 21 points, with five 3-pointers and 10 caroms in florida international home win … 21 points and 12 rebounds in home win over duquesne … 20 points at marquette … 20 points in home loss versus indiana … 10 points and 11 rebounds in new Jersey tech victory … 11 points and 13 rebounds in win at fresno state … 19 points and 13 rebounds against cincinnati … 13 points and 12 rebounds against st. John’s … 15 points and 14 rebounds in win at national runner-up and no. 5 louisville … 13 points and 12 rebounds in providence win … 15 points and 10 rebounds in win against friars in big east tournament first round … averaged 17 points, 11 rebounds and four steals in the bajan friendship tour of barbados in summer of 2008 … team went 4-1. At West Virginia (2007-08): appeared in 32 of wvu’s 33 games as a freshman, fourth-most by a newcomer in school history … cracked a senior-laden lineup in rookie season … averaged 10.8 minutes per game … career-best 13 points in home wins over villanova and presbyterian … was 5-7 from the field with five rebounds and two blocks against the wildcats Liz repella | 10 … was 4-10 with five rebounds and two steals against the blue hose … 11 points on 4-5 shooting in win at cincinnati … eight critical points off the bench in home win over no. 4 rutgers … helped fill the void left from injured meg bulger in scarlet knights victory … nine points in home wins over georgetown and canisius … six rebounds against the golden griffins. In High School: first-team all-ohio as a senior at steubenville high ... scored 2,065 career points during prep career, the most of any girl or boy in steubenville big red history … 2007 eastern district co-player of the Year ... captained all-ovac team ... 5-11 | JuNioR | GuARD | STeuBeNViLLe, oHio | STeuBeNViLLe 2006 division ii co-player of the Year ... three-time all- eastern district ... all-ohio second team a sophomore ... all-ohio third team as a freshman ... scored more than 1,800 career points ... ranked 63rd-best player nationally by hoop girls and 101st by all-star girl’s report. Personal: daughter of gary and maddelena repella ... father played collegiately at ohio state … birthday is aug. 6 ... has one brother and one sister ... majoring in pharmacy ... nickname is “rep” … big east academic all star … athletic director’s academic honor roll. SiNGLe SeASoN 500+ Points AND 250+ Rebounds YeAR PLAYeR PoiNTS/ReBouNDS 2009 Liz Repella 543 points, 268 rebounds 1994 Lisa Szymczak 522 points, 284 rebounds 1992 Donna Abbott 502 points, 263 rebounds 1986 Georgeann Wells 511 points, 348 rebounds 50
  • 51w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Points 34, USF (2-21-09) Minutes 44, DePaul (3-7-09); at Georgetown (2-18-09) FGM 10, Coppin State (3-19-09); USF (2-21-09) FGA 23, Coppin State (3-19-09); USF (2-21-09) FG% .500 (8-16), Northeastern (11-18-08) 3FGM 6, Coppin State (3-19-09) 3FGA 13, Coppin State (3-19-09) 3FG% .625 (5-8), USF (2-21-09) FTM 9, USF (2-21-09) FTA 10, USF (2-21-09) FT% .900 (9-10), USF (2-21-09) Rebounds 14, Providence (2-7-09); Northeastern (11-18-08) Assists 6, Brown (11-29-08) Turnovers Turnovers 6, at Georgetown (2-18-09) Blocks 3, vs. Providence (3-6-09)6 Steals 6, Seton Hall (2-4-09) REPELLA’S CAREER HIGHS Liz Repella’s Career Statistical Totals Year gp gs Min avg Fg Fga pct 3Fg 3Fga pct Ft Fta pct off def tot avg pF Fo ast to blk stl pts avg 2007-08 32 0 345 10.8 41 87 .471 11 29 .379 18 33 .545 20 34 54 1.7 31 0 14 14 3 26 111 3.5 2008-09 33 33 1173 35.5 190 492 .386 66 196 .337 97 151 .642 89 179 268 8.1 104 4 44 78 21 64 543 16.5 total 62 33 1518 24.5 231 579 .399 77 225 .342 115 184 299 4.8 213 322 5.2 135 4 58 92 24 90 654 10.5 Liz Repella’s Career BIG EAST Statistical Totals Year gp gs Min avg Fg Fga pct 3Fg 3Fga pct Ft Fta pct off def tot avg pF Fo ast to blk stl pts avg 2007-08 16 0 212 13.3 23 47 .489 8 17 .471 7 17 .412 4 22 26 1.6 18 0 10 12 3 11 61 3.8 2008-09 16 16 589 36.8 90 239 .377 32 93 .344 43 63 .683 39 84 123 7.7 55 3 16 37 8 30 255 15.9 total 32 16 801 25.0 113 286 .395 40 110 .364 50 80 .625 43 106 149 4.7 73 3 26 49 11 41 316 9.9 What’s the best thing about being a Mountaineer? Running out onto the carpet during pregame What is your favorite website? Facebook What is your favorite late night snack? French fries What is your favorite meal? Anything Italian What/where is your dream vacation? Italy What’s the talent you’d most like to have? To sing What are two things you must have on a road trip? Basketball shoes and my cell phone What is running through your mind in the tunnel before a game? Getting mentally prepared and focused Describe Mountaineer fans in one word. Passionate What person would you love to trade places with for a day? Michael Jordan in his prime What is your favorite away venue? Pitt What team not on our schedule would you most like to play? Ohio State favorite tV show? House What comes to mind when you hear “WVu Coliseum?” Coach Carey yelling on what reality show would you do best? I don’t watch reality shows Which teammate would be the best on Dancing with the stars? Sarah What was your “welcome to Division i basketball” moment? When coach Carey said “This isn’t high school anymore!” Who is the best singer on the team? Vanessa favorite Coach Carey saying? “Liz!!!! Treadmill!” Who has had the biggest impact in your life? My mom What is your personal motto? With God anything is possible Up Close with Liz Repella
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Akeema riCharDs | 15 5-9 | FReSHMAN | GuARD | BALTiMoRe, MD. | WeSTeRN multi-talented guard capable of playing several positions … possesses excellent on-court awareness … has a nose for the game and is the prototypical mike carey perimeter player … expected to make an immediate impact this season. In High School: rated the 79th-best by all-star girl’s report … scored over 1,200 career points … just the second player in school history to join the 1,000 point club … averaged 12.1 points, 2.9 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game along with 50% shooting from the field during prep career … three-time baltimore sun all-metro first team and garnered second team accolades as a freshman … baltimore city player of the Year in 2007 … three- time baltimore sun first team pick … 2007 digital sports player of the Year … 2009 roundball classic invitee … played with incoming teammate asya bussie on 2006 maryland magic aau team … also played softball. Personal: daughter of deborah and anderson richards … birthday is march 14 … enrolled in pre-engineering. What’s the best thing about being a Mountaineer? Family oriented What is your favorite website? I don’t use the computer that much What is your favorite late night snack? Gushes and Scooby snacks What is your favorite meal? Pizza What/where is your dream vacation? St. Thomas – I was born there What’s the talent you’d most like to have? Sing What are two things you must have on a road trip? Phone and music What is running through your mind in the tunnel before a game? What I need to do for us to win Describe Mountaineer fans in one word. Outrageous What person would you love to trade places with for a day? Michael Jordan What is your favorite away venue? UConn What team not on our schedule would you most like to play? Stanford favorite tV show? South Park What comes to mind when you hear “WVu Coliseum?” A dome on what reality show would you do best? Real World Which teammate would be the best on Dancing with the stars? Vanessa What was your “welcome to Division i basketball” moment? My first individual practice Who is the best singer on the team? Vanessa and Jessica favorite Coach Carey saying? “Stay Low!” Who has had the biggest impact in your life? My mom Up Close with Akeema Richards 52
  • 53w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Tonia WilliaMs | 32 6-1 | R-FReSHMAN | GuARD | WARNeR RoBBiNS, GA. | HouSToN CouNT Y talented, multi-purpose guard who will sit out this season in compliance with ncaa transfer rules after coming to wvu from south carolina. At South Carolina (2008-09): played in 11 games for the gamecocks … averaged 11.5 minutes, 5.4 points and 4.1 rebounds per game … career-best 13 points came in first career start at arkansas. In High School: class 5a player of the year and first-team all-state as a senior … helped team to three straight regional championships … averaged 20 points and 11 rebounds per game as a junior, earning a spot on the georgia writers association all-state team … netted 37 points against highly-regarded stephenson high in the class 5a state playoffs … played for the nike elite aau team. Personal: daughter of Janice and vern williams … birthday is sept. 18 … has one brother … enrolled in pre-criminology and investigations. What’s the best thing about being a Mountaineer? I love the campus. People are friendly and the fans are great! What is your favorite website? 23isback.com What is your favorite late night snack? Nutrigrain bars What is your favorite meal? Medium Ribeye with a loaded baked potato What/where is your dream vacation? Puerto Rico What’s the talent you’d most like to have? I wish I could sing What are two things you must have on a road trip? Cell phone and money What is running through your mind in the tunnel before a game? “We’re gonna’ win!” What person would you love to trade places with for a day? Michael Jordan What is your favorite away venue? Arkansas What team not on our schedule would you most like to play? South Carolina favorite tV show? First 48 What comes to mind when you hear “WVu Coliseum?” Running on what reality show would you do best? Real World Which teammate would be the best on Dancing with the stars? Sarah What was your “welcome to Division i basketball” moment? Running Who is the best singer on the team? Asya favorite Coach Carey saying? “Get your butt down!” Who has had the biggest impact in your life? My Dad What is your personal motto? “Whatever God takes you too, He’ll put you through!” Up Close with Tonia Williams
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info highly touted perimeter threat with excellent shooting range … excellent on court speed … expected to make an immediate impact this season. In High School: ranked the 71st-best player in the country by all star girl’s report … sun sentinel class 3a-2a-1a player of the Year … 2009 class 1a state champions … first-team all- county selection since seventh grade … averaged 13.8 points, 7.7 rebounds and 6.6 assists as a senior … averaged 13.7 points, 8.9 rebounds, five assists, 1.3 blocks and 3.8 steals per game as a junior … averaged 15 points. 7.2 rebounds and 4.5 assists as a sophomore … 2008 class 1a player of the Year runner-up … for her varsity career, scored over 2,100 points, grabbed 1,000 rebounds over 500 assists, 150 blocks, and 400 steals … all-state first team … palm beach post player of the Year … three-time sun sentinel fab five selection … florida dairy farmer’s player of the Year nominee … 2006 palm beach post’s small school’s player of the Year … mcdonald’s all- american nominee … nike regional skills invitee … adidas top ten camp invitee. Personal: guardian is hattie miller … daughter of anthony steven wright and margaret ransom … birthday is dec. 17 … enrolled in general studies. What’s the best thing about being a Mountaineer? Being the best you can be in everything What is your favorite website? MySpace and Facebook What is your favorite late night snack? Cereal What is your favorite meal? Ribs, baked beans and macaroni and cheese What/where is your dream vacation? Hawaii What’s the talent you’d most like to have? Read people’s minds What are two things you must have on a road trip? Phone and iPod What is running through your mind in the tunnel before a game? Let’s just win Describe Mountaineer fans in one word. Crazy What person would you love to trade places with for a day? Oprah Winfrey What is your favorite away venue? Pitt What team not on our schedule would you most like to play? Miami favorite tV show? Roseanne What comes to mind when you hear “WVu Coliseum?” Blue and Gold on what reality show would you do best? Real World Which teammate would be the best on Dancing with the stars? Asya What was your “welcome to Division i basketball” moment? Conditioning and weights Who is the best singer on the team? Vanessa favorite Coach Carey saying? I don’t have one yet, but I’m sure I will What is your personal motto? “If you look good, you feel good. If you feel good, you play good.” Up Close with Antishia Wright 5-11 | FReSHMAN | GuARD | BoYNToN BeACH, FLA. | LAKe WoRTH CHRiSTiAN Antishia Wright | 23 54
  • m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 55 Season outlook preseason notebook ....................................... 56 2009-10 schedule .............................................. 57
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Preseason notebook Where are the seniors? for the first time since the 1977-78, the mountaineers boast no seniors. redshirt juniors madina ali and vanessa house would have been seniors on this year’s squad, but injuries last year afforded them medical redshirt opportunities, thus leaving no seniors on the 2009-10 mountaineer squad. class breakdoWn here’s a look at the class breakdowns for the 2009-10 season. seniors none Juniors madina ali korinne campbell vanessa house sarah miles liz repella * will sit out this season in compliance with ncaa transfer rules. froM all over... wvu’s 12-man roster boasts players from all over the country as well as one from halfway around the world. australia natalie burton – perth california vanessa house – fresno florida antishia wright – boynton beach GeorGia tonia williams – warner robbins Maryland asya bussie – randallstown akeema richards - baltimore neW Jersey korinne campbell – princeton north carolina Jessica capers – gastonia ohio ayana dunning - columbus liz repella – steubenville pennsylvania madina ali – williamsport texas sarah miles – san antonio We’ve seen these folks before wvu will take on five non-conference foes that it faced last season. the mountaineers tangle with duquesne, in pittsburgh, marshall, in charleston, and play host to longwood, fresno state and santa clara. west virginia was a combined 5-0 against those teams last season. neW faces to the schedule radford and nevada will take on the mountaineers this season, marking the first- ever meeting between those teams and wvu. wvu also takes on towson, maine and umbc, squads the mountaineers have not faced for many seasons. preseason Wnit west virginia enters its first-ever preseason wnit, beginning nov. 13, at 7 p.m., when it plays host to towson at the wvu coliseum. also appearing in the 16-team tournament will be new mexico, northern colorado, florida gulf coast, utep, georgia tech, winthrop, oklahoma state, arkansas-little rock, ohio state, eastern illinois, bowling green, chicago state, marist and north carlina a&t. the winner of the wvu-towson game will play the winner of marist/north carolina a&t in the quarterfinals. i can see for Miles and Miles ... Junior guard sarah miles enters the 2009-10 season as the reigning big east most improved player of the Year. last year the san antonio native averaged 12.2 points and 5.3 rebounds per game, while starting all 33 contests. miles proved her importance to the team especially when she helped wvu upset national runner-up and no. 5 louisville on its home floor. miles added 22 points and 10 rebounds against the cards in knocking off the highest-ranked road team in wvu annals. all told, she tallied six 20-point efforts last year with 22 double-figure scoring games. a pure two- guard with point guard skills, the sky is the limit this year for miles. the Quintessential student-athlete look up the word student-athlete and don’t be surprised if junior guard liz repella’s photo is right beside it. the poster child for on-and-off-the-court efforts, repella is clearly one of the hearts and souls of this year’s team. on the court, repella is fresh off earning all-big east second team accolades last year after averaging a team best 16.5 points and 8.1 rebounds per game. she became just the fourth player in school history to score 500 or more point and grab 250 more rebounds in the same season. and she started all 33 contests, averaging 35.5 minutes per game. off the court, repella, an exercise physiology major, garnered the big east’s scholar athlete sport excellence award and was an academic all- district ii first team honoree. it’s clear that repella is one of wvu’s prized possessions both on the hardwood and in the classroom. here’s a look at four mountaineers to score 500 or more points and grab 250-plus rebounds in the same season: year player points/rebounds 2009 .........liz repella ..........543 points, 268 rebounds 1994 ...... lisa szymczak ........522 points, 284 rebounds 1992 ...... donna abbott ........502 points, 263 rebounds 1986 ....georgeann wells .....511 points, 348 rebounds sophomores natalie burton freshmen asya bussie Jessica capers ayana dunning* akeema richards tonia williams* antishia wright 56 sarah miles
  • 57w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo carey enters ninth season coach mike carey enters his ninth season at the helm of the wvu women’s basketball program, boasting a 150-101 (.597) record with wvu. his win total is the second-most in school history and his winning percentage is the best in mountaineers annals. coach seasons yrs. record pct. kittie blakemore 1974 92 19 301-214 .584 scott harrelson .... 1987 94 .... 9 .... 142-118 ... .546 bill fiske .............. 1984 86 .... 3 .......44 37 ...... .543 susan walvius .....1995-97 .... 2 ...... 31-27 ..... .535 alexis basil ..........1997-01 .... 4 ...... 33-77 ..... .300 mike carey ..........2001-08 .... 8 .... 150-101 ... .597 hoMe success under carey the mountaineers are 84-25 (.771) all-time in the wvu coliseum under the tutelage of mike carey, including a dominant 43-3 against non- conference foes at home. wvu has yet to have a losing season at home under the direction of the clarksburg native. hoMe records under carey 2007-08 ...............................................11-1 (.917) 2006-07 ...............................................13-1 (.929) 2005-06 .................................................7-6 (.538) 2004-05 ...............................................14-3 (.824) 2003-04 ...............................................10-2 (.833) 2002-03 .................................................9-3 (.750) 2001-02 .................................................9-3 (.750) totals .......................................84-25 (.771) the replaceMents coach mike carey and the mountaineers return three starters from last year’s 18-15 team. due to graduation and attrition, the mountaineers must replace 46% of their scoring offense. in helping to fill that void, carey welcomes back redshirt juniors madina ali and vanessa house and redshirt freshman Jessica capers, all who missed last year with season-ending injuries. the program also welcomes highly-touted recruits asya bussie, antishia wright and akeema richards. burton ready to put on a hurtin’ sophomore center natalie burton, thrust into the limelight early in her career due to wvu’s early season injuries last year, returns after starting 31 of 33 games last year, averaging 4.8 points and 4.9 rebounds. she gained valuable experience, and coupled with a full offseason in the strength and conditioning, burton is ready to use her 6-5 frame in the mountaineer frontcourt this season. caMpbell ready to Go Junior korinne campbell is now eligible to play for wvu after sitting out last year in compliance with ncaa transfer rules. campbell previously played in 65 career games, with 19 starts, averaging 6.2 points and 6.5 rebounds per game at minnesota. a versatile swing player, campbell is a threat in the paint and from the perimeter. triple a three of the nation’s top 100 recruits, which comprised a top 20 recruiting class, join the mountaineers this season in center asya bussie and guards akeema richards and antishia wright. all are expected to contribute immediately. Day Date opponent Game time friday ...............nov. 13 ...........towson#......................................6 p.m. sun./mon. ........nov. 15/16 .....wnit second round....................... tbd wed./thur. .......nov. 18/19 .....wnit third round .......................... tbd sunday .............nov. 22 ...........wnit championship ...................... tbd tuesday ............nov. 24 ...........at duquesne ................................7 p.m. friday ...............nov. 27 ...........vs. iowa^ ....................................... tbd saturday ...........nov. 28 ...........vs. columbia/at nevada^ ..... 8/10 p.m. wednesday ......dec. 2 .............radford .......................................7 p.m. saturday ...........dec. 5 .............maine ........................................... noon tuesday ............dec. 8 .............eastern kentucky ........................7 p.m. saturday ...........dec. 12 ...........longwood ...................................2 p.m. saturday ...........dec. 19 ...........fresno state ................................7 p.m. tuesday ............dec. 22 ...........umbc ..........................................7 p.m. wednesday ......dec. 30 ...........santa clara ..................................7 p.m. saturday ...........Jan. 2 .............at st. John’s .................................2 p.m. tuesday ............Jan. 5 .............pitt ..............................................7 p.m. Day Date opponent Game time saturday ...........Jan. 9 .............depaul ........................................2 p.m. tuesday ............Jan. 12 ...........villanova .....................................7 p.m. sunday .............Jan. 17 ...........at pitt ..........................................4 p.m. wednesday ......Jan. 20 ...........vs. marshall ............................6:30 p.m. sunday .............Jan. 24 ...........at notre dame .............................1 p.m. wednesday ......Jan. 27 ...........seton hall ...................................7 p.m. saturday ...........Jan. 30 ...........louisville .....................................7 p.m. tuesday ............feb. 2 .............at connecticut $ ..........................7 p.m. saturday ...........feb. 6 .............at providence % .....................2:30 p.m. sunday .............feb. 14 ...........georgetown ................................1 p.m. tuesday ............feb. 16 ...........rutgers .......................................7 p.m. saturday ...........feb. 20 ...........at usf ....................................4:30 p.m. tuesday ............feb. 23 ...........at cincinnati ................................7 p.m. saturday ...........feb. 27 ...........marquette ...................................7 p.m. monday ............march 1 ..........at syracuse ..................................7 p.m. 2009-10 Wvu WoMen’s basketball schedule natalie burton # preseason wnit first round | ^ nugget classic /reno, nev. | $ hartford civic center | % dunkin donuts center
  • m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info 58 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s big east the big east conference ................................... 59 a systeM of success ........................................... 61 2008-09 all-conference honors ...................... 62 the big east conference staff ......................... 62 2008-09 big east statistics ................................ 63 2008-09 big east individual highs ................... 64 2008-09 all-gaMes statistics ............................ 68 2008-09 big east standings............................... 68 2008-09 all-gaMes standings........................... 70 2008-09 big east teaM highs ............................. 71
  • 59w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo with 30 years under its belt, the big east conference continues on a path of success in and out of the athletic arena. the goals have always been the same. the league wants and expects to compete at the highest level and does so with integrity and sportsmanship. the commendable performances of the student-athletes at big east schools are the indicators of the league’s proud tradition of success. the big east has gone through membership changes since its birth, but the 2009-10 academic year will mark the conference’s fifth straight with the same 16-member group, the nation’s largest division i-a conference. in 2008-09, big east student-athletes again succeeded on the national stage. the connecticut women’s basketball team won its sixth national championship by defeating conference foe louisville in an all-big east ncaa title game. the notre dame women’s soccer team reached the ncaa championship game and the syracuse field hockey squad advanced to the ncaa final four. three big east women’s cross country teams finished in the top 10 at the ncaa championships. west virginia was fourth followed by villanova in sixth place and georgetown in ninth. individually in women’s sports, providence’s dannette doetzel won the 10,000 meters at the ncaa outdoor track & field championships. connecticut’s maya moore was the conference’s sixth winner of the wade trophy as the top player in women’s basketball. notre dame’s kerri hanks won the hermann trophy, the top award in women’s soccer. on the men’s side, connecticut and villanova advanced to the final four in basketball. the 2008-09 campaign was arguably the best men’s basketball season in the history of the big east with the league setting ncaa standards with three no. 1 tournament seeds, four teams in the round of the elite eight and five in the sweet 16. the st. John’s men’s soccer team reached the ncaa college cup before losing in the national semifinals. big east football has maintained its high profile and its reputation as a balanced group. seven of the league’s eight squads were nationally ranked or received votes in the national polls in 2008. cincinnati was the league champion. the big east, a charter member of the bowl championship series, has won three of its last four bcs bowl games. west virginia, louisville and connecticut also have won or shared league crowns over the past four seasons. the big east has continued to produce student-athletes who were at the forefront of athletic and academic achievement. in 2008- 09, 19 big east players were chosen to their respective espn the magazine academic all- america teams, including eight first-team selections. nearly 400 student-athletes have earned academic all-america honors. the big east became the nation’s largest division i-a conference in 2005-06 when five new members began competing. the new schools were: university of cincinnati, depaul university, university of louisville, marquette university and the university of south florida. big east institutions reside in nine of the nation’s top 34 largest media markets, including new York, chicago, philadelphia, washington, d.c., tampa, pittsburgh, hartford, milwaukee and cincinnati. with its newest members, big east markets contain almost one fourth of all big east Conference television households in the u.s. since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 26 national championships in six different sports and 126 student-athletes have won individual national titles. the big east has enjoyed tremendous basketball success, especially in this decade. in 2008-09, the big east produced four of the eight final four teams in men’s and women’s basketball. it was only the second time in ncaa history that one conference placed that many final four teams in the same season. in 2003-04, connecticut became the first school in ncaa history to win the men’s and women’s ncaa basketball titles in the same season. in ’02-03, the big east became the first conference in ncaa history to win the men’s and women’s titles in the same year when the syracuse men and the connecticut women captured their respective national championships. in men’s basketball, big east squads have won three of the last 11 ncaa championships. big east women’s teams have taken six of the last 10 ncaa titles. proactive movement has been a signature strategy for the conference that was born in 1979. the big east continually turns challenges into opportunities to become stronger. in 2009-10, the big east will add men’s lacrosse to its growing list of sports, which will
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info increase its total to 24 sport championships. the first women’s golf championship was held in the spring of 2003. women’s lacrosse and rowing were added in 2001. the big east became a reality on may 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic directors from providence college, st. John’s, georgetown and syracuse universities. seton hall, connecticut and boston college completed the original seven school alliance. while the membership has both increased and changed, the focus of the big east has not wavered. the conference reflects a tradition of broad based programs, led by administrators and coaches who place a constant emphasis on academic integrity. its student athletes own significantly high graduation rates and their record of scholastic achievement notably show a balance between intercollegiate athletics and academics. any successful organization has been fortunate to have outstanding leadership. michael tranghese, the league’s first full-time employee, and for 11 years the associate to dave gavitt, became commissioner in 1990. in his first year, he administered the formation of the big east football conference. for 2009-10, the big east will undergo one significant change. tranghese stepped down from his position on June 30, 2009. John marinatto, who has served as senior associate commissioner, has moved into the commissioner’s chair. the league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding television. those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for big east student athletes. the conference has enjoyed long-standing relationships with cbs, espn, inc. and abc. big east men’s basketball games are regular sellouts at campus and major public arenas, including the annual men’s big east championship in madison square garden. the women’s basketball championship has led all conferences in attendance for the past six years. attendance figures also are significant in soccer and baseball. more than 550 big east student-athletes have earned all america recognition and dozens have won individual ncaa national championships. the big east has been well represented in u.s. or foreign national and olympic teams. several athletes earned gold medals in each of the last six summer olympiads. the big east has its headquarters in providence where the conference administers to more than 5,500 athletes. natalie burton 60
  • 61w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo A System of success • Fifteen Final Four appearances in men’s basketball, including NCAA titles by connecticut in 1999 and 2004, syracuse in 2003, villanova in 1985 and georgetown in 1984. • NCAA women’s basketball titles by Connecticut in 1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2009 and notre dame in 2001. • Fifteen Final Four appearances in women’s basketball (Connecticut 1991, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009; notre dame 1997, 2001; rutgers 2000, 2007; louisville 2009). • National championships in football by Miami in 1991 and 2001. • A seventh NCAA cross country title for Villanova in 1998, following an ncaa-record six straight from 1989 94. • NCAA men’s soccer titles by St. John’s in 1996 and Connecticut in 2000. • NCAA women’s soccer titles by Notre Dame in 1995 and 2004. • NCAA women’s cross country title by Providence in 1995. • Appearances in the NCAA Men’s College World Series by Notre Dame in 2002 and louisville in 2007. • NCAA Women’s College World Series appearances by Connecticut in 1993 and depaul in 2007. • Two NCAA Woman of the Year award winners (Nnenna Lynch, Villanova, 1993; rebecca lobo, connecticut, 1995). • Four Honda-Broderick Cup winners recognizing collegiate athletic achievement among women (Vicki Huber, Villanova, 1988-89; Rebecca lobo, connecticut, 1994-95; Jennifer rizzotti, connecticut, 1995-96; cindy daws, notre dame, 1996-97). • The 1992 Heisman Trophy Winner (Gino Torretta, Miami). • Six women’s basketball Wade Trophy winners (Shelly Pennefather, villanova, 1987; rebecca lobo, connecticut, 1995; Jennifer rizzotti, connecticut, 1996; sue bird, connecticut, 2002, diana taurasi, 2003; maya moore, connecticut, 2009). • Two consensus National Players of the Year in men’s basketball (Walter berry, st. John’s, 1986; patrick ewing, georgetown, 1985). • Four Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy winners as the national men’s soccer player of the year (Chris Gbandi, Connecticut, 2000; Chris wingert, st. John’s, 2003; Joseph lapira, notre dame, 2006; o’brian white, connecticut, 2007). • Four Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy winners as the national women’s soccer player of the year (Cindy Daws, Notre Dame, 1996; anne makinen, notre dame, 2000; kerri hanks, notre dame, 2006 and 2008) and two NSCAA Division I Players of the Year (Jennifer Renola, notre dame, 1996; sarah whalen, connecticut, 1997). • The 2002 National Player of the Year (Erin Elbe, Georgetown) in women’s lacrosse. • Two members of the CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame (Dr. leigh curl, connecticut ’85; rebecca lobo, connecticut ‘95). • Twenty-nine Kodak First Team All Americans in women’s basketball. • Twenty-two consensus all-America first team selections in men’s basketball. • Thirty-nine consensus all-America selections in football. • 2006 Winter Olympian in the bobsled. • 2004 Olympians (U.S. and others) in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, women’s soccer, men’s and women’s swimming & diving and men’s and women’s track & field. • 2000 Olympians (U.S. and others) in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s diving, men’s and women’s track & field, women’s soccer and men’s and women’s swimming. • 1996 Olympians (U.S. and others) in men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s track & field, field hockey, men’s pentathlon, women’s soccer and women’s swimming. • 1992 Olympians (U.S. and others) in men’s basketball, men’s track and field and women’s swimming. • 1988 Olympians (U.S. and others) in baseball, men’s basketball and men’s and women’s track and field. • 1984 Olympians in men’s track and field, women’s swimming and men’s basketball. • Forty-two top five NCAA team finishes in men’s and women’s track and field. • Fifty-eight NCAA individual event champions and 10 relay event champions in women’s track and field. • Thirty-one NCAA individual event champions and 10 relay champions in men’s track and field. • Thirty-one top-10 NCAA team finishes and 20 top-10 individual finishes in men’s cross country. • Fifty-six top-10 NCAA team finishes and 44 top-10 individual finishes in women’s cross country. • Eight NCAA individual champions in women’s cross country and one ncaa individual champion in men’s cross country. • Twenty-two NCAA individual event champions in men’s and women’s swimming & diving. • All Americans in men’s soccer (79), baseball (70), softball (33), men’s swimming and diving (114), women’s swimming and diving (67), women’s soccer (82), field hockey (95), men’s cross country and track (118), women’s cross country and track (171), volleyball (19), women’s lacrosse (64) and rowing (5). • Academic All-Americans in women’s cross country and track (46), men’s cross country and track (37), baseball (38), softball (31), women’s soccer (37), men’s soccer (34), golf (3), men’s tennis (4), women’s tennis (3), women’s lacrosse (6), men’s swimming and diving (14), women’s swimming and diving (8), football (30), men’s basketball (21), women’s basketball (16), field hockey (6) and volleyball (7). • National Academic All-American of the Year in softball (3), women’s basketball (2), women’s soccer (2), men’s basketball (2) men’s soccer (1) and women’s cross country and track (1). big east conference achieveMents since 1979-80
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info big east Staff All-Conference honors big east Player of the year maya moore – connecticut big east freshMan of the year da’shena stevens – st. John’s big east coach of the year geno auriemma – connecticut harry perretta – villanova big east defensive Player of the year angel mccoughtry – louisville big east Most iMProved Player sarah miles – west virginia laura kurz – villanova big east sixth Man award china threatt – depaul big east sPortsManshiP award renee montgomery – connecticut big east scholar athlete Jill stephens – cincinnati all-tournaMent teaM tina charles – connecticut candyce bingham – louisville angel mccoughtry – louisville renee montgomery – connecticut marcedes walker – pitt charde houston – connecticut* *most outstanding player all-big east first teaM candyce bingham – louisville tina charles – connecticut shantia grace – usf chandrea Jones – syracuse laura kurz – villanova angel mccoughtry – louisville renee montgomery – connecticut maya moore – connecticut epiphanny prince – rutgers lindsay schrader – notre dame shavonte Zellous – pitt all-big east second teaM ashley barlow – notre dame takisha granberry – west virginia monique mclean – st. John’s deirdre naughton – depaul liz repella – west virginia angel robinson – marquette kahla roudebush – cincinnati Xenia stewart – pitt natasha williams – depaul noteisha womack – seton hall honorable Mention krystal ellis – marquette karee houlette – georgetown nicole michael – syracuse kia vaughn – rutgers all-big east freshMan teaM kandice green – seton hall keisha hampton – depaul tiffany hayes – connecticut natalie novosel – notre dame Jessica pachko – marquette monique reid – louisville shanasa sanders – cincinnati erica solomon – notre dame da’shena stevens – st. John’s shawnice wilson – pitt 2008-09 Name title John m. marinatto ........................................................................................commissioner nicholas v. carparelli, Jr. .................................. Senior Associate Commissioner (Football) Joseph f. d’antonio ............ Senior Associate Commissioner (Compliance & Governance) donna demarco ............................................... Associate Commissioner (Administration) daniel g. gavitt ..............................................Associate Commissioner (Men’s Basketball) danielle donehew ...................................Associate Commissioner (Women’s Basketball) thomas r. odjakjian .....................................................................associate commissioner (Television & Men’s Basketball Scheduling) John paquette ...............................................Associate Commissioner (Communications) James a. siedliski .............................................Associate Commissioner (Olympic Sports) Jennifer m. condaras .......................................... assistant commissioner for compliance barbara m. Jacobs ................assistant commissioner for women’s basketball officiating benjamin e. fairclough ..................................................senior director of external affairs mark a. hodgkin .....................................................................director of internet services susan s. eaton ...........................................................................director of business affairs chuck sullivan ........................................................................ director of communications rachel l. margolis .................................................................. director of communications shawn p. murphy .................................................director of men’s basketball operations mia r. brickhouse, esq. ....................................................director of sport administration robert a. weygand, Jr. ....................................................director of sport administration michael a. coyne ....................................................assistant director of communications kenny schank ................................................................. assistant director of compliance andrew anderson .................................................................coordinator of video services Name title terry mcaulay ...............................................................coordinator of football officiating lisa Zanecchia .....................................................................assistant to the commissioner lois a. deblois ..................................... administrative assistant for sport administration wanda l. factor ..................................................administrative assistant for compliance linda Yates ....................................................................................administrative assistant sarah a. emmett .....................................assistant to the senior associate commissioner kathy kirkpatrick .............................................................................................. receptionist bernadette bartlett ..........................................................................administrative fellow pamela n. flenke ......................................................................communications assistant michael J. gambardella ............................................................communications assistant the big east conference 222 richmond street, suite 110 | Providence, ri 02903 switchboard: (401) 272-9108 communications: (401) 453-0660 fax: (401) 274-5967 www.bigeast.org 62
  • final individual statistics/ conference only to be ranked, a player must appear in at least 75.0% of their team’s games. scoring ## Player-team/cl g fg 3fg ft Pts avg/g 1. mccoughtrY, angel-lou/r .......16 ....152 ....21 .. 101 ...426 ....26.6 2. Zellous, shavonte-pitt/sr ........16 ....120 ....29 ....97 ....366 ....22.9 3. prince, epiphanny-ru/Jr ...........16 .....99 .....22 ....93 ....313 ....19.6 moore, maya-uconn/so ...........16 ....115 ....43 ....40 ....313 ....19.6 5. kurZ, laura-vu/sr ......................16 ....105 ....27 ....54 ....291 ....18.2 6. Jones, chandrea-su/sr ..............16 .....90 .....18 ....80 ....278 ....17.4 7. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr .........16 .....98 .....40 ....36 ....272 ....17.0 8. michael, nicole-su/Jr................16 .....92 .....13 ....73 ....270 ....16.9 9. granberrY, takisha-wvu/sr ....16 .....90 .....51 ....29 ....260 ....16.3 10. montgomerY, renee-uconn/sr ..16 .....88 .....41 ....41 ....258 ....16.1 11. repella, liz-wvu/so .................16 .....90 .....32 ....43 ....255 ....15.9 12. robinson, angel-mu/so ...........16 .....86 .....15 ....61 ....248 ....15.5 13. charles, tina-uconn/Jr ...........16 .....89 ......0 .....59 ....237 ....14.8 14. grace, shantia-usf/sr ...............16 .....64 .....18 ....71 ....217 ....13.6 15. williams, natasha-dpu/sr .......14 .....74 ......0 .....39 ....187 ....13.4 houlette, karee-gu/sr .............14 .....59 .....35 ....34 ....187 ....13.4 17. naughton, deirdre-dpu/Jr .......15 .....72 .....24 ....32 ....200 ....13.3 18. stephens, Jill-cin/sr ..................16 .....76 .....14 ....47 ....213 ....13.3 19. morrow, erica-su/so ................15 .....64 .....29 ....41 ....198 ....13.2 20. barlow, ashley-nd/Jr ...............16 .....67 .....25 ....48 ....207 ....12.9 21. bingham, candyce-lou/sr ........16 .....67 ......1 .....69 ....204 ....12.8 schrader, lindsay-nd/sr .........16 .....85 ......0 .....34 ....204 ....12.8 23. miles, sarah-wvu/so.................16 .....76 ......4 .....47 ....203 ....12.7 marandola, chelsea-pc/sr .....16 .....77 .....22 ....27 ....203 ....12.7 25. lawson, Jessica-usf/sr .............16 .....80 ......0 .....42 ....202 ....12.6 26. butler, Jaleesa-gu/Jr ................15 .....79 ......4 .....15 ....177 ....11.8 27. brusZewski, becca-nd/so ........16 .....73 .....12 ....30 ....188 ....11.8 28. stevens, da’shena-stJ/fr .........16 .....71 ......0 .....45 ....187 ....11.7 29. stokes, Janae-usf/Jr .................16 .....59 .....48 ....17 ....183 ....11.4 30. ellis, krystal-mu/sr ...................15 .....64 .....19 ....24 ....171 ....11.4 rebounding ## Player-team/cl g off def tot avg/g 1. mccoughtrY, angel-lou/sr .....16 ...... 36 .......124 ....160 ......10.0 2. moore, maya-uconn/so ...........16 ...... 44 .......106 ....150 ........9.4 3. womack, noteisha-shu/sr .......15 ...... 46 ........92 .....138 ........9.2 4. morgan, angel-cin/sr ..............16 ...... 38 ........95 .....133 ........8.3 5. Jones, chandrea-su/sr ..............16 ...... 55 ........75 .....130 ........8.1 6. schrader, lindsay-nd/sr .........16 ...... 35 ........93 .....128 ........8.0 7. michael, nicole-su/Jr................16 ...... 53 ........74 .....127 ........7.9 8. grant, porche-usf/Jr .................16 ...... 50 ........74 .....124 ........7.8 9. repella, liz-wvu/so .................16 ...... 39 ........84 .....123 ........7.7 10. vaughn, kia-ru/sr .....................16 ...... 54 ........64 .....118 ........7.4 charles, tina-uconn/Jr ...........16 ...... 44 ........74 .....118 ........7.4 12. bingham, candyce-lou/sr ........16 ...... 50 ........66 .....116 ........7.3 13. lawson, Jessica-usf/sr .............16 ...... 36 ........76 .....112 ........7.0 14. denson, brittany-usf/sr ...........16 ...... 49 ........60 .....109 ........6.8 15. cole, chelsea-pitt/so .................16 ...... 41 ........67 .....108 ........6.8 16. kurZ, laura-vu/sr ......................16 ...... 13 ........91 .....104 ........6.5 17. scott, shayla-pitt/so .................16 ...... 39 ........64 .....103 ........6.4 18. williams, natasha-dpu/sr .......14 ...... 37 ........52 ...... 89..........6.4 19. chester, felicia-dpu/so .............15 ...... 35 ........59 ...... 94..........6.3 20. darrian, shantee-pc/sr............16 ...... 46 ........54 .....100 ........6.3 field goal Pct (Min. 3.0 made per game) ## Player-team/cl g fg fga Pct 1. butler, Jaleesa-gu/Jr .................... 15 ..........79 .........133 ........594 2. vaughn, kia-ru/sr ......................... 16 ..........76 .........128 ........594 3. williams, natasha-dpu/sr ........... 14 ..........74 .........127 ........583 4. chester, felicia-dpu/so ................. 15 ..........45 ..........78 .........577 5. lawson, Jessica-usf/sr ................. 16 ..........80 .........142 ........563 6. charles, tina-uconn/Jr ............... 16 ..........89 .........158 ........563 7. womack, noteisha-shu/sr ........... 15 ..........62 .........116 ........534 8. stephens, Jill-cin/sr ...................... 16 ..........76 .........144 ........528 9. greene, kalana-uconn/Jr ............. 16 ..........53 .........101 ........525 10. moore, maya-uconn/so ............... 16 .........115 ........225 ........511 11. pachko, Jessica-mu/fr ................... 16 ..........53 .........106 ........500 12. cournoYer, emily-pc/Jr ............... 16 ..........66 .........135 ........489 13. michael, nicole-su/Jr.................... 16 ..........92 .........189 ........487 14. bingham, candyce-lou/sr ............ 16 ..........67 .........141 ........475 15. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr ............. 16 ..........98 .........208 ........471 assists ## Player-team/cl g assists avg/g 1. montgomerY, renee-uconn/sr ..........16 .............82 .............5.13 2. grace, shantia-usf/sr ...........................16 .............79 .............4.94 bYrd, deseree-lou/so ............................16 .............79 .............4.94 4. harris, tasha-su/so ...............................16 .............78 .............4.88 5. powell, ashley-wvu/sr .......................15 .............70 .............4.67 6. naughton, deirdre-dpu/Jr ...................15 .............66 .............4.40 7. lechlitner, melissa-nd/Jr ....................16 .............66 .............4.13 8. QuigleY, sam-dpu/so ............................16 .............64 .............4.00 9. sepulveda, Jazmine-usf/sr .................16 .............57 .............3.56 10. morrow, erica-su/so ............................15 .............53 .............3.53 11. robinson, angel-mu/so .......................16 .............56 .............3.50 12. fuller, shanice-gu/Jr ...........................16 .............55 .............3.44 13. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr .....................16 .............53 .............3.31 morgan, angel-cin/sr ..........................16 .............53 .............3.31 15. brown, shantel-shu/Jr ........................15 .............49 .............3.27 free throw Pct (Min. 2.0 made per game) ## Player-team/cl g ftM fta Pct 1. stephens, Jill-cin/sr ...................... 16 ..........47 ..........54 .........870 2. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr ............. 16 ..........36 ..........42 .........857 3. o’connor, siobhan-vu/sr ............. 16 ..........39 ..........46 .........848 4. kurZ, laura-vu/sr .......................... 16 ..........54 ..........65 .........831 5. williams, ebonie-shu/so ............. 16 ..........34 ..........41 .........829 houlette, karee-gu/sr ................. 14 ..........34 ..........41 .........829 7. lechlitner, melissa-nd/Jr ............ 16 ..........38 ..........46 .........826 8. prince, epiphanny-ru/Jr ............... 16 ..........93 .........114 ........816 9. moore, maya-uconn/so ............... 16 ..........40 ..........50 .........800 10. haYes, tiffany-uconn/fr ............... 16 ..........39 ..........49 .........796 11. stewart, Xenia-pitt/sr ................. 16 ..........38 ..........48 .........792 12. cournoYer, emily-pc/Jr ............... 16 ..........33 ..........42 .........786 13. chester, felicia-dpu/so ................. 15 ..........35 ..........45 .........778 14. bingham, candyce-lou/sr ............ 16 ..........69 ..........89 .........775 15. magee, latia-gu/fr ........................ 14 ..........31 ..........40 .........775 steals ## Player-team/cl g steals avg/g 1. mccoughtrY, angel-lou/sr .................16 .............78 .............4.88 2. prince, epiphanny-ru/Jr .......................16 .............39 .............2.44 barlow, ashley-nd/Jr ...........................16 .............39 .............2.44 4. morrow, erica-su/so ............................15 .............32 .............2.13 chester, felicia-dpu/so .........................15 .............32 .............2.13 6. miles, sarah-wvu/so.............................16 .............34 .............2.13 7. sepulveda, Jazmine-usf/sr .................16 .............33 .............2.06 8. moore, maya-uconn/so .......................16 .............31 .............1.94 9. repella, liz-wvu/so .............................16 .............30 .............1.88 10. novosel, natalie-nd/fr.........................16 .............29 .............1.81 11. montgomerY, renee-uconn/sr ..........16 .............28 .............1.75 12. williams, ebonie-shu/so .....................16 .............27 .............1.69 granberrY, takisha-wvu/sr ................16 .............27 .............1.69 fuller, shanice-gu/Jr ...........................16 .............27 .............1.69 QuigleY, sam-dpu/so ............................16 .............27 .............1.69 3-Point fg Pct (Min. 1.0 made per game) ## Player-team/cl g 3fg fga Pct 1. monfre, erin-mu/sr ...................... 16 ..........28 ..........59 .........475 2. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr ............. 16 ..........40 ..........89 .........449 3. moore, maya-uconn/so ............... 16 ..........43 .........100 ........430 4. haYes, tiffany-uconn/fr ............... 16 ..........25 ..........59 .........424 5. houlette, karee-gu/sr ................. 14 ..........35 ..........86 .........407 6. threatt, china-dpu/Jr ................... 16 ..........24 ..........61 .........393 7. barlow, ashley-nd/Jr ................... 16 ..........25 ..........64 .........391 8. gettY, maria-vu/Jr ......................... 16 ..........23 ..........59 .........390 9. granberrY, takisha-wvu/sr ........ 16 ..........51 .........133 ........383 10. mccoughtrY, angel-lou/sr ......... 16 ..........21 ..........56 .........375 11. montgomerY, renee-uconn/sr .. 16 ..........41 .........113 ........363 12. mcmanmon, kelly-stJ/sr ............. 16 ..........41 .........114 ........360 13. scott, shayla-pitt/so ..................... 16 ..........20 ..........56 .........357 14. kurZ, laura-vu/sr .......................... 16 ..........27 ..........76 .........355 15. QuigleY, sam-dpu/so .................... 16 ..........28 ..........80 .........350 williams, ebonie-shu/so ............. 16 ..........21 ..........60 .........350 dorseY, brittany-pc/Jr ................... 13 ..........14 ..........40 .........350 3-Point fg Made ## Player-team/cl g 3fg avg/g 1. granberrY, takisha-wvu/sr ................16 .............51 .............3.19 2. stokes, Janae-usf/Jr .............................16 .............48 .............3.00 3. moore, maya-uconn/so .......................16 .............43 .............2.69 4. montgomerY, renee-uconn/sr ..........16 .............41 .............2.56 mcmanmon, kelly-stJ/sr .....................16 .............41 .............2.56 6. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr .....................16 .............40 .............2.50 houlette, karee-gu/sr .........................14 .............35 .............2.50 8. repella, liz-wvu/so .............................16 .............32 .............2.00 9. morrow, erica-su/so ............................15 .............29 .............1.93 10. Zellous, shavonte-pitt/sr ....................16 .............29 .............1.81 11. QuigleY, sam-dpu/so ............................16 .............28 .............1.75 monfre, erin-mu/sr ..............................16 .............28 .............1.75 13. kurZ, laura-vu/sr ..................................16 .............27 .............1.69 14. naughton, deirdre-dpu/Jr ...................15 .............24 .............1.60 15. haYes, tiffany-uconn/fr .......................16 .............25 .............1.56 barlow, ashley-nd/Jr ...........................16 .............25 .............1.56 63w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo big east Statistics
  • 2008-09 big east Individual Highs Points 44 ..... shantia grace, usf vs. coppin state, nov. 23 43 .....angel mccoughtry, louisville at providence, Jan. 31 field goals Made 16 .....shantia grace, usf vs. coppin state, nov. 23 15 .....angel mccoughtry, louisville at providence, Jan. 31 15 .....angel mccoughtry, louisville at villanova, feb. 21 field goals atteMPted 29 .....epiphanny prince, rutgers at louisville, Jan. 11 29 .....epiphanny prince, rutgers at maryland, feb. 15 field goal Percentage .929 (13-14) ..... tina charles, connecticut vs. vermont, march 22 .900 (9-10) ....... natasha williams, depaul vs. west virginia, march 7 .900 (9-10) ...... kalana greene, connecticut vs. usf, march 8 .900 (9-10) ....... tiffany hayes, connecticut vs. usf, march 8 3-Point field goals Made 11 .....Janae stokes, usf vs. grambling, dec. 18 10 .....maya moore, connecticut vs. syracuse, Jan. 17 3-Point field goals atteMPted 14 Janae stokes, usf vs. grambling, dec. 18 14 maya moore, connecticut vs. syracuse, Jan. 17 14 Janae stokes, usf vs. notre dame, feb. 17 3-Point field goal Percentage 1.000 (6-6) ....... caroline doty, connecticut vs. oklahoma, nov. 30 1.000 (6-6) ....... catherine bove, providence at cincinnati, feb. 3 free throws Made 16 ..... deirdre naughton, depaul vs. illinois state, nov. 28 14 ..... shavonte Zellous, pitt vs. texas a&m, nov. 16 free throws atteMPted 20 ..... angel mccoughtry, louisville vs. rutgers, Jan. 11 17 ..... angel mccoughtry, louisville vs. rutgers, march 8 free throw Percentage 1.000 ............................................................... 13 times rebounds 21 ......noteisha womack, seton hall at st. Joseph’s, dec. 22 20 ..... angel mccoughtry, louisville vs. syracuse, feb. 3 assists 13 ..... renee montgomery, connecticut vs. oklahoma, nov. 30 13 ..... Jazmine sepulveda, usf vs. cincinnati, feb. 28 steals 10 ..... angel mccoughtry, louisville vs. hartford, dec. 10 9 ....... angel mccoughtry, louisville vs. depaul, Jan. 3 blocked shots 9 ....... kia vaughn, rutgers at st. John’s, feb. 28 8 ....... emily cournoyer, providence at seton hall, Jan. 24 blocked shots ## Player-team/cl g blocks avg/g 1. denson, brittany-usf/sr .......................16 .............45 .............2.81 2. cournoYer, emily-pc/Jr .......................16 .............32 .............2.00 vaughn, kia-ru/sr .................................16 .............32 .............2.00 4. lawson, Jessica-usf/sr .........................16 .............28 .............1.75 charles, tina-uconn/Jr .......................16 .............28 .............1.75 6. moore, maya-uconn/so .......................16 .............22 .............1.38 7. williams, natasha-dpu/sr ...................14 .............19 .............1.36 8. wilson, pepper-pitt/fr ........................16 .............21 .............1.31 cole, chelsea-pitt/so .............................16 .............21 .............1.31 10. solomon, erica-nd/fr ...........................16 .............20 .............1.25 11. chester, felicia-dpu/so .........................15 .............17 .............1.13 12. mccoughtrY, angel-lou/sr .................16 .............18 .............1.13 13. williamson, erica-nd/Jr ......................16 .............17 .............1.06 14. butler, Jaleesa-gu/Jr ............................15 .............15 .............1.00 hankins, mi-khida-pc/so......................15 .............15 .............1.00 Junaid, rashidat-ru/Jr ..........................14 .............14 .............1.00 assist/turnover ratio (Min. 3.0 assists/game) ## Player-team/cl g asst avg turn avg ratio 1. prince, epiphanny-ru/Jr ......... 16 .... 48 ....3.0 ...26 ....1.6 .... 1.85 moore, maya-uconn/so ......... 16 .... 48 ....3.0 ...26 ....1.6 .... 1.85 3. QuigleY, sam-dpu/so .............. 16 .... 64 ....4.0 ...36 ....2.3 .... 1.78 4. harris, tasha-su/so ................. 16 .... 78 ....4.9 ...44 ....2.8 .... 1.77 5. montgomerY, renee-uconn/sr ..16 ..... 82 .... 5.1... 47 .... 2.9.....1.74 6. grace, shantia-usf/sr ............. 16 .... 79 ....4.9 ...48 ....3.0 .... 1.65 7. stewart, Xenia-pitt/sr ........... 16 .... 49 ....3.1 ...30 ....1.9 .... 1.63 8. lechlitner, melissa-nd/Jr ...... 16 .... 66 ....4.1 ...41 ....2.6 .... 1.61 9. naughton, deirdre-dpu/Jr ..... 15 .... 66 ....4.4 ...43 ....2.9 .... 1.53 10. bYrd, deseree-lou/so .............. 16 .... 79 ....4.9 ...53 ....3.3 .... 1.49 11. sepulveda, Jazmine-usf/sr ... 16 .... 57 ....3.6 ...40 ....2.5 .... 1.43 12. morrow, erica-su/so .............. 15 .... 53 ....3.5 ...41 ....2.7 .... 1.29 13. powell, ashley-wvu/sr ......... 15 .... 70 ....4.7 ...59 ....3.9 .... 1.19 14. morgan, angel-cin/sr ............ 16 .... 53 ....3.3 ...45 ....2.8 .... 1.18 15. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr ....... 16 .... 53 ....3.3 ...47 ....2.9 .... 1.13 offensive rebounds ## Player-team/cl g no. avg/g 1. Jones, chandrea-su/sr ............. 16 .........55 ........3.44 2. vaughn, kia-ru/sr ................... 16 .........54 ........3.38 3. michael, nicole-su/Jr .............. 16 .........53 ........3.31 4. bingham, candyce-lou/sr ....... 16 .........50 ........3.13 grant, porche-usf/Jr ............... 16 .........50 ........3.13 6. womack, noteisha-shu/sr....... 15 .........46 ........3.07 7. denson, brittany-usf/sr .......... 16 .........49 ........3.06 8. darrian, shantee-pc/sr ........... 16 .........46 ........2.88 9. burton, natalie-wvu/fr .......... 16 .........45 ........2.81 10. moore, maya-uconn/so .......... 16 .........44 ........2.75 charles, tina-uconn/Jr........... 16 .........44 ........2.75 12. green, kandice-shu/fr ............ 16 .........43 ........2.69 13. williams, natasha-dpu/sr ...... 14 .........37 ........2.64 14. wilson, pepper-pitt/fr ........... 16 .........42 ........2.63 crawford, adria-gu/fr ........... 16 .........42 ........2.63 defensive rebounds ## Player-team/cl g no. avg/g 1. mccoughtrY, angel-lou/sr ..... 16 ........ 124 .......7.75 2. moore, maya-uconn/so .......... 16 ........ 106 .......6.63 3. womack, noteisha-shu/sr....... 15 .........92 ........6.13 4. morgan, angel-cin/sr ............. 16 .........95 ........5.94 5. schrader, lindsay-nd/sr......... 16 .........93 ........5.81 6. kurZ, laura-vu/sr .................... 16 .........91 ........5.69 7. repella, liz-wvu/so ................ 16 .........84 ........5.25 8. lawson, Jessica-usf/sr ............ 16 .........76 ........4.75 9. Jones, chandrea-su/sr ............. 16 .........75 ........4.69 10. michael, nicole-su/Jr .............. 16 .........74 ........4.63 charles, tina-uconn/Jr........... 16 .........74 ........4.63 grant, porche-usf/Jr ............... 16 .........74 ........4.63 13. cournoYer, emily-pc/Jr ........... 16 .........70 ........4.38 brusZewski, becca-nd/so ....... 16 .........70 ........4.38 15. cole, chelsea-pitt/so ............... 16 .........67 ........4.19 Minutes Played ## Player-team/cl g Minutes avg/g 1. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr .....................16 ............631 ..........39.44 2. prince, epiphanny-ru/Jr .......................16 ............614 ..........38.38 3. sanders, shanasa-cin/fr ......................16 ............594 ..........37.12 4. repella, liz-wvu/so .............................16 ............589 ..........36.81 5. miles, sarah-wvu/so.............................16 ............582 ..........36.38 6. morgan, angel-cin/sr ..........................16 ............580 ..........36.25 7. williams, ebonie-shu/so .....................16 ............559 ..........34.94 Zellous, shavonte-pitt/sr ....................16 ............559 ..........34.94 9. marandola, chelsea-pc/sr .................16 ............558 ..........34.88 10. lechlitner, melissa-nd/Jr ....................16 ............551 ..........34.44 final teaM statistics/ conference only scoring offense ## team g w-l Pts avg/g 1. connecticut .............16 ......... 16-0 ....... 1295 ....... 80.9 2. louisville .................16 ......... 14-2 ....... 1166 ....... 72.9 3. notre dame .............16 ......... 10-6 ....... 1130 ....... 70.6 4. syracuse ..................16 ......... 5-11 ....... 1114 ....... 69.6 5. pittsburgh ...............16 ......... 12-4 ....... 1096 ....... 68.5 6. usf .........................16 .......... 8-8 ........ 1088 ....... 68.0 7. depaul ....................16 ......... 10-6 ....... 1072 ....... 67.0 8. georgetown ............16 .......... 7-9 ......... 999 ........ 62.4 9. rutgers ...................16 .......... 9-7 ......... 993 ........ 62.1 10. marquette ...............16 .......... 7-9 ......... 990 ........ 61.9 west virginia ...........16 ......... 5-11 ........ 990 ........ 61.9 12. st. John’s .................16 ......... 4-12 ........ 988 ........ 61.8 13. cincinnati ................16 ......... 3-13 ........ 926 ........ 57.9 14. providence ..............16 ......... 4-12 ........ 912 ........ 57.0 15. seton hall ...............16 ......... 4-12 ........ 904 ........ 56.5 16. villanova .................16 ......... 10-6 ........ 868 ........ 54.2 scoring defense ## team g Pts avg/g 1. connecticut .............16 ...............839................... 52.4 2. villanova .................16 ...............868................... 54.2 3. rutgers ...................16 ...............919................... 57.4 4. louisville .................16 ...............958................... 59.9 5. pittsburgh ...............16 ...............984................... 61.5 6. depaul ....................16 ..............1003.................. 62.7 7. marquette ...............16 ..............1035.................. 64.7 8. georgetown ............16 ..............1057.................. 66.1 9. providence ..............16 ..............1061.................. 66.3 10. cincinnati ................16 ..............1074.................. 67.1 11. notre dame .............16 ..............1078.................. 67.4 12. west virginia ...........16 ..............1087.................. 67.9 13. st. John’s .................16 ..............1090.................. 68.1 14. seton hall ...............16 ..............1106.................. 69.1 15. usf .........................16 ..............1155.................. 72.2 16. syracuse ..................16 ..............1217.................. 76.1 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info 64
  • scoring Margin ## team g off def Margin 1. connecticut .............16 ......... 80.9 ........52.4 .... +28.5 2. louisville .................16 ......... 72.9 ........59.9 .... +13.0 3. pittsburgh ...............16 ......... 68.5 ........61.5 ...... +7.0 4. rutgers ...................16 ......... 62.1 ........57.4 ...... +4.6 5. depaul ....................16 ......... 67.0 ........62.7 ...... +4.3 6. notre dame .............16 ......... 70.6 ........67.4 ...... +3.2 7. villanova .................16 ......... 54.2 ........54.2 ...... +0.0 8. marquette ...............16 ......... 61.9 ........64.7 ........ -2.8 9. georgetown ............16 ......... 62.4 ........66.1 ........ -3.6 10. usf .........................16 ......... 68.0 ........72.2 ........ -4.2 11. west virginia ...........16 ......... 61.9 ........67.9 ........ -6.1 12. st. John’s .................16 ......... 61.8 ........68.1 ........ -6.4 13. syracuse ..................16 ......... 69.6 ........76.1 ........ -6.4 14. cincinnati ................16 ......... 57.9 ........67.1 ........ -9.2 15. providence ..............16 ......... 57.0 ........66.3 ........ -9.3 16. seton hall ...............16 ......... 56.5 ........69.1 ...... -12.6 free throw Percentages ## team g ftM fta Pct 1. villanova .................16 ..........153 ........ 188 ........ .814 2. cincinnati ................16 ..........154 ........ 194 ........ .794 3. louisville .................16 ..........287 ........ 388 ........ .740 4. connecticut .............16 ..........264 ........ 358 ........ .737 5. pittsburgh ...............16 ..........224 ........ 304 ........ .737 6. providence ..............16 ..........175 ........ 239 ........ .732 7. rutgers ...................16 ..........192 ........ 267 ........ .719 8. syracuse ..................16 ..........268 ........ 374 ........ .717 9. notre dame .............16 ..........237 ........ 332 ........ .714 10. seton hall ...............16 ..........199 ........ 279 ........ .713 11. marquette ...............16 ..........224 ........ 322 ........ .696 12. depaul ....................16 ..........191 ........ 284 ........ .673 13. georgetown ............16 ..........228 ........ 341 ........ .669 14. st. John’s .................16 ..........196 ........ 300 ........ .653 15. usf .........................16 ..........222 ........ 363 ........ .612 16. west virginia ...........16 ..........184 ........ 304 ........ .605 field goal Percentages ## team g fg fga Pct 1. connecticut .............16 ..........453 ........ 954 ........ .475 2. louisville .................16 ..........408 ........ 928 ........ .440 3. notre dame .............16 ..........418 ........ 994 ........ .421 4. depaul ....................16 ..........387 ........ 931 ........ .416 5. cincinnati ................16 ..........332 ........ 811 ........ .409 6. rutgers ...................16 ..........366 ........ 895 ........ .409 7. pittsburgh ...............16 ..........399 ....... 1001 ....... .399 8. st. John’s .................16 ..........358 ........ 923 ........ .388 9. usf .........................16 ..........386 ........ 996 ........ .388 10. georgetown ............16 ..........339 ........ 875 ........ .387 11. syracuse ..................16 ..........380 ........ 983 ........ .387 12. villanova .................16 ..........294 ........ 763 ........ .385 13. providence ..............16 ..........333 ........ 873 ........ .381 14. marquette ...............16 ..........341 ........ 902 ........ .378 15. west virginia ...........16 ..........352 ........ 940 ........ .374 16. seton hall ...............16 ..........323 ........ 888 ........ .364 field goal Pct defense ## team g fg fga Pct 1. connecticut .............16 ..........307 ........ 948 ........ .324 2. villanova .................16 ..........305 ........ 817 ........ .373 3. pittsburgh ...............16 ..........353 ........ 942 ........ .375 65w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo liz repella
  • 4. rutgers ...................16 ..........305 ........ 800 ........ .381 5. providence ..............16 ..........361 ........ 937 ........ .385 6. louisville .................16 ..........348 ........ 891 ........ .391 7. depaul ....................16 ..........360 ........ 916 ........ .393 8. usf .........................16 ..........400 ....... 1004 ....... .398 9. georgetown ............16 ..........354 ........ 879 ........ .403 10. notre dame .............16 ..........387 ........ 959 ........ .404 11. cincinnati ................16 ..........392 ........ 955 ........ .410 12. marquette ...............16 ..........380 ........ 914 ........ .416 13. west virginia ...........16 ..........378 ........ 894 ........ .423 14. st. John’s .................16 ..........396 ........ 918 ........ .431 15. syracuse ..................16 ..........433 ........ 985 ........ .440 16. seton hall ...............16 ..........410 ........ 898 ........ .457 3-Point field goal Percentages ## team g fg fga Pct 1. connecticut .............16 ..........125 ........ 327 ........ .382 2. cincinnati ................16 ..........108 ........ 310 ........ .348 3. st. John’s .................16 ...........76 ......... 219 ........ .347 4. georgetown ............16 ...........93 ......... 268 ........ .347 5. louisville .................16 ...........63 ......... 186 ........ .339 6. villanova .................16 ..........127 ........ 379 ........ .335 7. west virginia ...........16 ..........102 ........ 309 ........ .330 8. pittsburgh ...............16 ...........74 ......... 227 ........ .326 9. depaul ....................16 ..........107 ........ 336 ........ .318 10. marquette ...............16 ...........84 ......... 264 ........ .318 11. rutgers ...................16 ...........69 ......... 221 ........ .312 12. syracuse ..................16 ...........86 ......... 280 ........ .307 13. notre dame .............16 ...........57 ......... 186 ........ .306 14. providence ..............16 ...........71 ......... 234 ........ .303 15. seton hall ...............16 ...........59 ......... 205 ........ .288 16. usf .........................16 ...........94 ......... 339 ........ .277 3-Point field goal Pct defense ## team g fg fga Pct 1. villanova .................16 ...........43 ......... 164 ........ .262 2. connecticut .............16 ...........90 ......... 321 ........ .280 3. louisville .................16 ...........79 ......... 272 ........ .290 4. pittsburgh ...............16 ...........68 ......... 229 ........ .297 5. depaul ....................16 ...........75 ......... 244 ........ .307 6. rutgers ...................16 ...........89 ......... 289 ........ .308 7. georgetown ............16 ..........102 ........ 326 ........ .313 8. providence ..............16 ...........80 ......... 246 ........ .325 9. marquette ...............16 ...........76 ......... 233 ........ .326 10. cincinnati ................16 ..........114 ........ 334 ........ .341 11. seton hall ...............16 ...........85 ......... 248 ........ .343 12. notre dame .............16 ...........91 ......... 263 ........ .346 13. syracuse ..................16 ..........125 ........ 356 ........ .351 14. st. John’s .................16 ...........89 ......... 249 ........ .357 15. west virginia ...........16 ...........89 ......... 247 ........ .360 16. usf .........................16 ..........100 ........ 269 ........ .372 rebounding offense ## team g reb avg/g 1. usf .........................16 ...............674................... 42.1 connecticut .............16 ...............674................... 42.1 3. pittsburgh ...............16 ...............670................... 41.9 4. syracuse ..................16 ...............631................... 39.4 5. notre dame .............16 ...............628................... 39.2 6. louisville .................16 ...............605................... 37.8 7. depaul ....................16 ...............594................... 37.1 8. georgetown ............16 ...............593................... 37.1 9. providence ..............16 ...............587................... 36.7 10. rutgers ...................16 ...............585................... 36.6 west virginia ...........16 ...............585................... 36.6 12. marquette ...............16 ...............583................... 36.4 13. st. John’s .................16 ...............560................... 35.0 14. seton hall ...............16 ...............555................... 34.7 15. cincinnati ................16 ...............524................... 32.8 16. villanova .................16 ...............475................... 29.7 rebounding defense ## team g reb avg/g 1. rutgers ...................16 ...............513................... 32.1 2. cincinnati ................16 ...............546................... 34.1 3. connecticut .............16 ...............549................... 34.3 4. villanova .................16 ...............561................... 35.1 5. louisville .................16 ...............564................... 35.2 6. seton hall ...............16 ...............576................... 36.0 7. georgetown ............16 ...............584................... 36.5 8. marquette ...............16 ...............592................... 37.0 9. pittsburgh ...............16 ...............597................... 37.3 10. depaul ....................16 ...............615................... 38.4 11. notre dame .............16 ...............617................... 38.6 12. providence ..............16 ...............622................... 38.9 13. syracuse ..................16 ...............628................... 39.2 14. st. John’s .................16 ...............632................... 39.5 15. west virginia ...........16 ...............646................... 40.4 16. usf .........................16 ...............681................... 42.6 rebounding Margin ## team g teaM avg oPP avg Margin 1. connecticut ... 16 ....674 ....42.1 ....549 .... 34.3 ....+7.8 2. pittsburgh ..... 16 ....670 ....41.9 ....597 .... 37.3 ....+4.6 3. rutgers ......... 16 ....585 ....36.6 ....513 .... 32.1 ....+4.5 4. louisville ....... 16 ....605 ....37.8 ....564 .... 35.2 ....+2.6 5. notre dame ... 16 ....628 ....39.2 ....617 .... 38.6 ....+0.7 6. georgetown .. 16 ....593 ....37.1 ....584 .... 36.5 ....+0.6 7. syracuse ........ 16 ....631 ....39.4 ....628 .... 39.2 ....+0.2 8. usf ............... 16 ....674 ....42.1 ....681 .... 42.6 ..... -0.4 9. marquette ..... 16 ....583 ....36.4 ....592 .... 37.0 ..... -0.6 10. seton hall ..... 16 ....555 ....34.7 ....576 .... 36.0 ..... -1.3 depaul .......... 16 ....594 ....37.1 ....615 .... 38.4 ..... -1.3 12. cincinnati ...... 16 ....524 ....32.8 ....546 .... 34.1 ..... -1.4 13. providence .... 16 ....587 ....36.7 ....622 .... 38.9 ..... -2.2 14. west virginia . 16 ....585 ....36.6 ....646 .... 40.4 ..... -3.8 15. st. John’s ....... 16 ....560 ....35.0 ....632 .... 39.5 ..... -4.5 16. villanova ....... 16 ....475 ....29.7 ....561 .... 35.1 ..... -5.4 blocked shots ## team g blocks avg/g 1. usf .........................16 ...............101................... 6.31 2. providence ..............16 ................91.................... 5.69 3. pittsburgh ...............16 ................89.................... 5.56 4. connecticut .............16 ................82.................... 5.13 5. rutgers ...................16 ................76.................... 4.75 6. depaul ....................16 ................66.................... 4.13 7. notre dame .............16 ................59.................... 3.69 8. villanova .................16 ................57.................... 3.56 9. georgetown ............16 ................51.................... 3.19 10. louisville .................16 ................48.................... 3.00 11. marquette ...............16 ................39.................... 2.44 12. st. John’s .................16 ................36.................... 2.25 13. seton hall ...............16 ................34.................... 2.13 14. syracuse ..................16 ................32.................... 2.00 15. west virginia ...........16 ................31.................... 1.94 16. cincinnati ................16 ................27.................... 1.69 assists ## team g assists avg/g 1. connecticut .............16 ...............284..................17.75 2. notre dame .............16 ...............242..................15.13 3. depaul ....................16 ...............236..................14.75 4. usf .........................16 ...............217..................13.56 5. pittsburgh ...............16 ...............210..................13.13 6. syracuse ..................16 ...............206..................12.88 cincinnati ................16 ...............206..................12.88 8. louisville .................16 ...............201..................12.56 9. rutgers ...................16 ...............196..................12.25 10. seton hall ...............16 ...............192..................12.00 11. villanova .................16 ...............190..................11.88 12. providence ..............16 ...............185..................11.56 13. marquette ...............16 ...............180..................11.25 14. st. John’s .................16 ...............176..................11.00 15. west virginia ...........16 ...............172..................10.75 16. georgetown ............16 ...............171..................10.69 steals ## team g steals avg/g 1. louisville .................16 ...............180..................11.25 2. connecticut .............16 ...............154................... 9.63 3. notre dame .............16 ...............151................... 9.44 georgetown ............16 ...............151................... 9.44 5. depaul ....................16 ...............140................... 8.75 6. west virginia ...........16 ...............135................... 8.44 7. rutgers ...................16 ...............133................... 8.31 8. usf .........................16 ...............129................... 8.06 9. st. John’s .................16 ...............123................... 7.69 10. seton hall ...............16 ...............114................... 7.13 11. syracuse ..................16 ...............112................... 7.00 12. marquette ...............16 ...............104................... 6.50 13. providence ..............16 ................95.................... 5.94 14. pittsburgh ...............16 ................92.................... 5.75 15. villanova .................16 ................74.................... 4.63 16. cincinnati ................16 ................73.................... 4.56 turnover Margin ## team g teaM avg oPP avg Margin 1. louisville ....... 16 ....265 16.6 ....338 .. 21.1 ....+4.56 2. connecticut ... 16 ....241 15.1 ....311 .. 19.4 ....+4.38 3. notre dame ... 16 ....241 15.1 ....283 .. 17.7 ....+2.63 4. depaul .......... 16 ....225 14.1 ....256 .. 16.0 ....+1.94 5. west virginia . 16 ....245 15.3 ....262 .. 16.4 ....+1.06 6. pittsburgh ..... 16 ....236 14.8 ....251 .. 15.7 ....+0.94 7. st. John’s ....... 16 ....243 15.2 ....258 .. 16.1 ....+0.94 8. rutgers ......... 16 ....242 15.1 ....255 .. 15.9 ....+0.81 9. marquette ..... 16 ....250 15.6 ....253 .. 15.8 ....+0.19 10. syracuse ........ 16 ....258 16.1 ....252 .. 15.8 ..... -0.38 11. georgetown .. 16 ....308 19.3 ....301 .. 18.8 ..... -0.44 12. usf ............... 16 ....270 16.9 ....250 .. 15.6 ..... -1.25 13. villanova ....... 16 ....214 13.4 ....175 .. 10.9 ..... -2.44 14. seton hall ..... 16 ....293 18.3 ....250 .. 15.6 ..... -2.69 15. providence .... 16 ....287 17.9 ....227 .. 14.2 ..... -3.75 16. cincinnati ...... 16 ....275 17.2 ....171 .. 10.7 ..... -6.50 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info 66
  • teaM suMMaries team g Pf-Pa avg score Margin fg-fga Pct 3fg-fga Pct ft-fta Pct rebf reba Margin cincinnati ........16 .....926-1074 .........57.9-67.1 ..........-9.2 ............332-811 ............409 ...........108-310 .......... .348 ............. 154-194 ..............794................. 524 .............. 546 ............ -1.4 connecticut .....16 .....1295-839 .........80.9-52.4 ........+28.5 ..........453-954 ............475 ...........125-327 .......... .382 ............. 264-358 ..............737................. 674 .............. 549 .......... +7.8 depaul.............16 ....1072-1003 ........67.0-62.7 .........+4.3 ...........387-931 ............416 ...........107-336 .......... .318 ............. 191-284 ..............673................. 594 .............. 615 ............ -1.3 georgetown ....16 .....999-1057 .........62.4-66.1 ..........-3.6 ............339-875 ............387 ............93-268 ........... .347 ............. 228-341 ..............669................. 593 .............. 584 .......... +0.6 louisville .........16 .....1166-958 .........72.9-59.9 ........+13.0 ..........408-928 ............440 ............63-186 ........... .339 ............. 287-388 ..............740................. 605 .............. 564 .......... +2.6 marquette .......16 .....990-1035 .........61.9-64.7 ..........-2.8 ............341-902 ............378 ............84-264 ........... .318 ............. 224-322 ..............696................. 583 .............. 592 ............ -0.6 notre dame .....16 ....1130-1078 ........70.6-67.4 .........+3.3 ...........418-994 ............421 ............57-186 ........... .306 ............. 237-332 ..............714................. 628 .............. 617 .......... +0.7 pittsburgh .......16 .....1096-984 .........68.5-61.5 .........+7.0 ..........399-1001 ...........399 ............74-227 ........... .326 ............. 224-304 ..............737................. 670 .............. 597 .......... +4.6 providence ......16 .....912-1061 .........57.0-66.3 ..........-9.3 ............333-873 ............381 ............71-234 ........... .303 ............. 175-239 ..............732................. 587 .............. 622 ............ -2.2 rutgers ...........16 ......993-919 ..........62.1-57.4 .........+4.6 ...........366-895 ............409 ............69-221 ........... .312 ............. 192-267 ..............719................. 585 .............. 513 .......... +4.5 seton hall .......16 .....904-1106 .........56.5-69.1 .........-12.6 ...........323-888 ............364 ............59-205 ........... .288 ............. 199-279 ..............713................. 555 .............. 576 ............ -1.3 st. John’s .........16 .....988-1090 .........61.8-68.1 ..........-6.4 ............358-923 ............388 ............76-219 ........... .347 ............. 196-300 ..............653................. 560 .............. 632 ............ -4.5 syracuse ..........16 ....1114-1217 ........69.6-76.1 ..........-6.4 ............380-983 ............387 ............86-280 ........... .307 ............. 268-374 ..............717................. 631 .............. 628 .......... +0.2 usf ..................16 ....1088-1155 ........68.0-72.2 ..........-4.2 ............386-996 ............388 ............94-339 ........... .277 ............. 222-363 ..............612................. 674 .............. 681 ............ -0.4 villanova .........16 ......868-868 ..........54.2-54.2 .........+0.0 ...........294-763 ............385 ...........127-379 .......... .335 ............. 153-188 ..............814................. 475 .............. 561 ............ -5.4 west virginia ...16 .....990-1087 .........61.9-67.9 ..........-6.1 ............352-940 ............374 ...........102-309 .......... .330 ............. 184-304 ..............605................. 585 .............. 646 ............ -3.8 attendance team hoMe gaMes avg away gaMes avg neut gaMes avg all gaMes avg cincinnati .....................8-6750 ..........................844 ........................8-28863 .......................3608 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-35613 .......................2226 connecticut .................8-90486 .......................11311 ......................8-27556 .......................3444 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ........................ 16-118042 ......................7378 depaul.........................8-21980 ........................2748 .......................8-30464 .......................3808 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-52444 .......................3278 georgetown .................8-6970 ..........................871 ........................8-16247 .......................2031 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-23217 .......................1451 louisville .....................8-59787 ........................7473 .......................8-22892 .......................2862 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-82679 .......................5167 marquette ...................8-16635 ........................2079 .......................8-14441 .......................1805 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-31076 .......................1942 notre dame .................8-57621 ........................7203 .......................8-27222 .......................3403 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-84843 .......................5303 pittsburgh ...................8-34905 ........................4363 .......................8-28840 .......................3605 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-63745 .......................3984 providence ...................8-4309 ..........................539 ........................8-19191 .......................2399 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-23500 .......................1469 rutgers .......................8-28870 ........................3609 .......................8-47051 .......................5881 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-75921 .......................4745 seton hall ....................8-5813 ..........................727 ........................8-24665 .......................3083 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-30478 .......................1905 st. John’s .....................8-23468 ........................2934 .......................8-22441 .......................2805 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-45909 .......................2869 syracuse .......................8-9304 .........................1163 .......................8-31237 .......................3905 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-40541 .......................2534 usf ............................8-12348 ........................1544 .......................8-20995 .......................2624 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-33343 .......................2084 villanova ......................8-8966 .........................1121 .......................8-17639 .......................2205 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-26605 .......................1663 west virginia ...............8-18866 ........................2358 .......................8-27334 .......................3417 ...........................0-0 .............................. 0 ......................... 16-46200 .......................2888 totals ..................128-407078 ................ 3180 ................128-407078 ................3180 ......................0-0 ......................... 0 .................. 256-814156 ................3180 assist/turnover ratio ## team g asst avg turn avg ratio 1. connecticut ... 16 ....284 ....17.8 ....241 .... 15.1 .....1.18 2. depaul .......... 16 ....236 ....14.8 ....225 .... 14.1 .....1.05 3. notre dame ... 16 ....242 ....15.1 ....241 .... 15.1 .....1.00 4. pittsburgh ..... 16 ....210 ....13.1 ....236 .... 14.8 .....0.89 5. villanova ....... 16 ....190 ....11.9 ....214 .... 13.4 .....0.89 6. rutgers ......... 16 ....196 ....12.3 ....242 .... 15.1 .....0.81 7. usf ............... 16 ....217 ....13.6 ....270 .... 16.9 .....0.80 8. syracuse ........ 16 ....206 ....12.9 ....258 .... 16.1 .....0.80 9. louisville ....... 16 ....201 ....12.6 ....265 .... 16.6 .....0.76 10. cincinnati ...... 16 ....206 ....12.9 ....275 .... 17.2 .....0.75 11. st. John’s ....... 16 ....176 ....11.0 ....243 .... 15.2 .....0.72 12. marquette ..... 16 ....180 ....11.3 ....250 .... 15.6 .....0.72 13. west virginia . 16 ....172 ....10.8 ....245 .... 15.3 .....0.70 14. seton hall ..... 16 ....192 ....12.0 ....293 .... 18.3 .....0.66 15. providence .... 16 ....185 ....11.6 ....287 .... 17.9 .....0.64 16. georgetown .. 16 ....171 ....10.7 ....308 .... 19.3 .....0.56 offensive rebounds ## team g no. avg/g 1. pittsburgh ...............16 ...............278..................17.38 2. usf .........................16 ...............266..................16.63 3. syracuse ..................16 ...............256..................16.00 4. georgetown ............16 ...............229..................14.31 5. rutgers ...................16 ...............227..................14.19 6. notre dame .............16 ...............221..................13.81 7. marquette ...............16 ...............218..................13.63 connecticut .............16 ...............218..................13.63 9. louisville .................16 ...............213..................13.31 10. west virginia ...........16 ...............211..................13.19 11. seton hall ...............16 ...............210..................13.13 12. st. John’s .................16 ...............204..................12.75 13. providence ..............16 ...............188..................11.75 14. depaul ....................16 ...............184..................11.50 15. cincinnati ................16 ...............150................... 9.38 16. villanova .................16 ...............100................... 6.25 defensive rebounds ## team g no. avg/g 1. connecticut .............16 ...............456..................28.50 2. depaul ....................16 ...............410..................25.63 3. usf .........................16 ...............408..................25.50 4. notre dame .............16 ...............407..................25.44 5. providence ..............16 ...............399..................24.94 6. louisville .................16 ...............392..................24.50 pittsburgh ...............16 ...............392..................24.50 8. villanova .................16 ...............375..................23.44 syracuse ..................16 ...............375..................23.44 10. cincinnati ................16 ...............374..................23.38 west virginia ...........16 ...............374..................23.38 12. marquette ...............16 ...............365..................22.81 13. georgetown ............16 ...............364..................22.75 14. rutgers ...................16 ...............358..................22.38 15. st. John’s .................16 ...............356..................22.25 16. seton hall ...............16 ...............345..................21.56 3-Point field goals Made ## team g 3fg avg/g 1. villanova .................16 ...............127................... 7.94 2. connecticut .............16 ...............125................... 7.81 3. cincinnati ................16 ...............108................... 6.75 4. depaul ....................16 ...............107................... 6.69 5. west virginia ...........16 ...............102................... 6.38 6. usf .........................16 ................94.................... 5.88 7. georgetown ............16 ................93.................... 5.81 8. syracuse ..................16 ................86.................... 5.38 9. marquette ...............16 ................84.................... 5.25 10. st. John’s .................16 ................76.................... 4.75 11. pittsburgh ...............16 ................74.................... 4.63 12. providence ..............16 ................71.................... 4.44 13. rutgers ...................16 ................69.................... 4.31 14. louisville .................16 ................63.................... 3.94 15. seton hall ...............16 ................59.................... 3.69 16. notre dame .............16 ................57.................... 3.56 67w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo
  • conference standings w l Pct Pf Pa connecticut ......................16 ...................................0 ................................1.000 .............................80.9 .............................. 52.4 louisville ...........................14 ...................................2 ................................ .875 ..............................72.9 .............................. 59.9 pittsburgh .........................12 ...................................4 ................................ .750 ..............................68.5 .............................. 61.5 notre dame ......................10 ...................................6 ................................ .625 ..............................70.6 .............................. 67.4 depaul ..............................10 ...................................6 ................................ .625 ..............................67.0 .............................. 62.7 villanova ...........................10 ...................................6 ................................ .625 ..............................54.2 .............................. 54.2 rutgers .............................. 9 ....................................7 ................................ .563 ..............................62.1 .............................. 57.4 usf ................................ 8 ....................................8 ................................ .500 ..............................68.0 .............................. 72.2 georgetown ...................... 7 ....................................9 ................................ .438 ..............................62.4 .............................. 66.1 marquette ......................... 7 ....................................9 ................................ .438 ..............................61.9 .............................. 64.7 syracuse............................. 5 ...................................11 ............................... .313 ..............................69.6 .............................. 76.1 west virginia ..................... 5 ...................................11 ............................... .313 ..............................61.9 .............................. 67.9 st. John’s ............................ 4 ...................................12 ............................... .250 ..............................61.8 .............................. 68.1 providence ......................... 4 ...................................12 ............................... .250 ..............................57.0 .............................. 66.3 seton hall .......................... 4 ...................................12 ............................... .250 ..............................56.5 .............................. 69.1 cincinnati........................... 3 ...................................13 ............................... .188 ..............................57.9 .............................. 67.1 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info final individual statistics/ all-gaMes to be ranked, a player must appear in at least 75.0% of their team’s games. scoring ## Player-team/cl g fg 3fg ft Pts avg/g 1. mccoughtrY, angel-lou/sr .39 .. 329 .. 43 .200 ..901 ...23.1 2. Zellous, shavonte-pitt/sr ...33 .. 245 .. 59 .198 ..747 ...22.6 3. prince, epiphanny-ru/Jr ......33 .. 216 .. 46 .166 ..644 ...19.5 4. moore, maya-uconn/so ......39 .. 284 .. 90 ..96 ...754 ...19.3 5. kurZ, laura-vu/sr .................33 .. 212 .. 44 .105 ..573 ...17.4 6. Jones, chandrea-su/sr .........32 .. 177 .. 31 .157 ..542 ...16.9 7. montgomerY, renee-uconn/sr ..39 ....226 .... 99 ....93 .... 644 ....16.5 8. charles, tina-uconn/Jr.......39 .. 259 ....0...124 ..642 ...16.5 9. repella, liz-wvu/so ............33 .. 190 .. 66 ..97 ...543 ...16.5 10. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr ....31 .. 180 .. 70 ..74 ...504 ...16.3 11. granberrY, takisha-wvu/sr 33 .. 186 .. 94 ..64 ...530 ...16.1 12. morrow, erica-su/so ...........31 .. 163 .. 63 ..98 ...487 ...15.7 13. naughton, deirdre-dpu/Jr ..32 .. 169 .. 54 .104 ..496 ...15.5 14. grace, shantia-usf/sr ..........37 .. 163 .. 64 .160 ..550 ...14.9 15. michael, nicole-su/Jr ..........29 .. 155 .. 17 ..98 ...425 ...14.7 16. williams, natasha-dpu/sr ..31 .. 191 ....0....67 ...449 ...14.5 17. robinson, angel-mu/so ......33 .. 165 .. 33 ..96 ...459 ...13.9 18. williams, ebonie-shu/so ....31 .. 150 .. 49 ..60 ...409 ...13.2 19. barlow, ashley-nd/Jr ..........29 .. 127 .. 40 ..74 ...368 ...12.7 20. schrader, lindsay-nd/sr ....31 .. 165 ....1....61 ...392 ...12.6 21. stokes, Janae-usf/Jr ............36 .. 153 . 116 .30 ...452 ...12.6 22. bingham, candyce-lou/sr ...39 .. 170 .. 10 .138 ..488 ...12.5 23. womack, noteisha-shu/sr ..28 .. 137 ....0....74 ...348 ...12.4 24. ellis, krystal-mu/sr ..............32 .. 144 .. 40 ..65 ...393 ...12.3 25. miles, sarah-wvu/so............33 .. 150 ....5....97 ...402 ...12.2 26. stephens, Jill-cin/sr .............31 .. 130 .. 28 ..84 ...372 ...12.0 marandola, chelsea-pc/sr .30 .. 134 .. 38 ..54 ...360 ...12.0 28. stevens, da’shena-stJ/fr.....34 .. 154 ....1....97 ...406 ...11.9 29. sepulveda, Jazmine-usf/sr .37 .. 150 .. 68 ..71 ...439 ...11.9 30. stewart, Xenia-pitt/sr ........33 .. 128 .. 29 ..74 ...359 ...10.9 rebounding ## Player-team/cl g off def tot avg/g 1. womack, noteisha-shu/sr ..28 ....117 .....180 ...297 .....10.6 2. mccoughtrY, angel-lou/sr .39 .....96 ......266 ...362 .......9.3 3. charles, tina-uconn/Jr.......39 ....131 .....217 ...348 .......8.9 moore, maya-uconn/so ......39 ....101 .....247 ...348 .......8.9 5. Jones, chandrea-su/sr .........32 ....114 .....167 ...281 .......8.8 6. michael, nicole-su/Jr ..........29 ....101 .....145 ...246 .......8.5 7. repella, liz-wvu/so ............33 .....89 ......179 ...268 .......8.1 8. grant, porche-usf/Jr............37 ....122 .....162 ...284 .......7.7 9. morgan, angel-cin/sr .........31 .....65 ......169 ...234 .......7.5 10. schrader, lindsay-nd/sr ....31 .....63 ......165 ...228 .......7.4 11. bingham, candyce-lou/sr ...39 ....125 .....159 ...284 .......7.3 12. kurZ, laura-vu/sr .................33 .....43 ......195 ...238 .......7.2 13. vaughn, kia-ru/sr ...............33 ....106 .....131 ...237 .......7.2 14. granberrY, takisha-wvu/sr 33 .....83 ......146 ...229 .......6.9 15. darrian, shantee-pc/sr .......30 .....87 ......120 ...207 .......6.9 16. denson, brittany-usf/sr ......37 ....100 .....148 ...248 .......6.7 17. scott, shayla-pitt/so ............33 .....84 ......137 ...221 .......6.7 18. williams, natasha-dpu/sr ..31 .....95 ......112 ...207 .......6.7 19. lawson, Jessica-usf/sr ........36 .....90 ......150 ...240 .......6.7 20. stevens, da’shena-stJ/fr.....34 .....87 ......138 ...225 .......6.6 field goal Pct (Min. 3.0 made per game) ## Player-team/cl g fg fga Pct 1. williams, natasha-dpu/sr ......31 ....... 191 ......308 ......620 2. charles, tina-uconn/Jr...........39 ....... 259 ......418 ......620 3. vaughn, kia-ru/sr ...................33 ....... 151 ......258 ......585 4. greene, kalana-uconn/Jr ........39 ....... 141 ......242 ......583 5. lawson, Jessica-usf/sr ............36 ....... 151 ......270 ......559 6. butler, Jaleesa-gu/Jr ...............33 ....... 144 ......259 ......556 7. womack, noteisha-shu/sr ......28 ....... 137 ......251 ......546 8. moore, maya-uconn/so ..........39 ....... 284 ......545 ......521 9. stephens, Jill-cin/sr .................31 ....... 130 ......250 ......520 10. pachko, Jessica-mu/fr ..............27 ........ 84 .......167 ......503 11. brusZewski, becca-nd/so .......31 ....... 132 ......271 ......487 12. michael, nicole-su/Jr ..............29 ....... 155 ......324 ......478 13. cournoYer, emily-pc/Jr ...........30 ....... 115 ......246 ......467 14. schrader, lindsay-nd/sr ........31 ....... 165 ......356 ......463 15. miles, sarah-wvu/so................33 ....... 150 ......329 ......456 assists ## Player-team/cl g assists avg/g 1. powell, ashley-wvu/sr .................32 ......... 176 .........5.50 2. montgomerY, renee-uconn/sr ....39 ......... 199 .........5.10 3. bYrd, deseree-lou/so ......................38 ......... 191 .........5.03 4. grace, shantia-usf/sr .....................37 ......... 175 .........4.73 5. harris, tasha-su/so ........................32 ......... 146 .........4.56 6. naughton, deirdre-dpu/Jr .............32 ......... 142 .........4.44 7. fuller, shanice-gu/Jr .....................34 ......... 137 .........4.03 8. sepulveda, Jazmine-usf/sr ............37 ......... 136 .........3.68 9. robinson, angel-mu/so .................33 ......... 121 .........3.67 10. QuigleY, sam-dpu/so ......................33 ......... 119 .........3.61 11. brown, shantel-shu/Jr...................29 ......... 101 .........3.48 12. lechlitner, melissa-nd/Jr ..............31 ......... 106 .........3.42 13. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr ...............31 ......... 103 .........3.32 14. moore, maya-uconn/so .................39 ......... 127 .........3.26 15. stewart, Xenia-pitt/sr ...................33 .......... 98...........2.97 free throw Pct (Min. 2.0 made per game) ## Player-team/cl g ftM fta Pct 1. stephens, Jill-cin/sr .................31 ........ 84 ........98 .......857 2. o’connor, siobhan-vu/sr ........33 ........ 74 ........87 .......851 3. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr ........31 ........ 74 ........91 .......813 4. prince, epiphanny-ru/Jr ..........33 ....... 166 ......206 ......806 5. kurZ, laura-vu/sr .....................33 ....... 105 ......131 ......802 6. cournoYer, emily-pc/Jr ...........30 ........ 63 ........80 .......788 7. Zellous, shavonte-pitt/sr .......33 ....... 198 ......253 ......783 8. moore, maya-uconn/so ..........39 ........ 96 .......123 ......780 9. barlow, ashley-nd/Jr ..............29 ........ 74 ........95 .......779 10. stewart, Xenia-pitt/sr ............33 ........ 74 ........96 .......771 11. bingham, candyce-lou/sr .......39 ....... 138 ......180 ......767 12. grace, shantia-usf/sr ..............37 ....... 160 ......211 ......758 13. green, kandice-shu/fr.............31 ........ 92 .......123 ......748 14. ellis, krystal-mu/sr ..................32 ........ 65 ........87 .......747 15. montgomerY, renee-uconn/sr...39 ..........93 .......125 ...... .744 steals ## Player-team/cl g steals avg/g 1. mccoughtrY, angel-lou/sr ............39 ......... 164 .........4.21 2. prince, epiphanny-ru/Jr .................33 .......... 87...........2.64 3. sepulveda, Jazmine-usf/sr ............37 .......... 96...........2.59 4. barlow, ashley-nd/Jr .....................29 .......... 70...........2.41 5. morrow, erica-su/so ......................31 .......... 74...........2.39 6. miles, sarah-wvu/so.......................33 .......... 70...........2.12 7. moore, maya-uconn/so .................39 .......... 76...........1.95 8. repella, liz-wvu/so .......................33 .......... 64...........1.94 9. Jones, chandrea-su/sr ....................32 .......... 59...........1.84 10. rhodin, Jadis-shu/sr ......................31 .......... 56...........1.81 11. granberrY, takisha-wvu/sr ..........33 .......... 57...........1.73 12. QuigleY, sam-dpu/so ......................33 .......... 54...........1.64 13. chester, felicia-dpu/so ...................30 .......... 49...........1.63 14. bingham, candyce-lou/sr ..............39 .......... 63...........1.62 2008-09 big east Standings 68
  • 69w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 3-Point fg Pct (Min. 1.0 made per game) ## Player-team/cl g 3fg fga Pct 1. grant, tia-vu/Jr ........................33 ........ 33 ........82 .......402 2. moore, maya-uconn/so ..........39 ........ 90 .......226 ......398 3. houlette, karee-gu/sr ............31 ........ 70 .......176 ......398 4. mcmanmon, kelly-stJ/sr .........34 ........ 91 .......229 ......397 5. stokes, Janae-usf/Jr ................36 ....... 116 ......292 ......397 6. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr ........31 ........ 70 .......177 ......395 7. williams, ebonie-shu/so ........31 ........ 49 .......128 ......383 raY, brittany-ru/Jr ....................33 ........ 49 .......128 ......383 9. montgomerY, renee-uconn/sr ...39 ..........99 .......260 ...... .381 10. granberrY, takisha-wvu/sr ...33 ........ 94 .......247 ......381 11. haYes, tiffany-uconn/fr ..........39 ........ 46 .......123 ......374 12. monfre, erin-mu/sr .................33 ........ 40 .......109 ......367 13. Zellous, shavonte-pitt/sr .......33 ........ 59 .......161 ......366 14. barlow, ashley-nd/Jr ..............29 ........ 40 .......110 ......364 15. gettY, maria-vu/Jr ....................33 ........ 50 .......140 ......357 3-Point fg Made ## Player-team/cl g 3fg avg/g 1. stokes, Janae-usf/Jr .......................36 ......... 116 .........3.22 2. granberrY, takisha-wvu/sr ..........33 .......... 94...........2.85 3. mcmanmon, kelly-stJ/sr ................34 .......... 91...........2.68 4. montgomerY, renee-uconn/sr ....39 .......... 99...........2.54 5. moore, maya-uconn/so .................39 .......... 90...........2.31 6. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr ...............31 .......... 70...........2.26 houlette, karee-gu/sr ...................31 .......... 70...........2.26 8. morrow, erica-su/so ......................31 .......... 63...........2.03 9. repella, liz-wvu/so .......................33 .......... 66...........2.00 10. sepulveda, Jazmine-usf/sr ............37 .......... 68...........1.84 11. Zellous, shavonte-pitt/sr ..............33 .......... 59...........1.79 12. grace, shantia-usf/sr .....................37 .......... 64...........1.73 13. naughton, deirdre-dpu/Jr .............32 .......... 54...........1.69 14. QuigleY, sam-dpu/so ......................33 .......... 53...........1.61 15. williams, ebonie-shu/so ...............31 .......... 49...........1.58 blocked shots ## Player-team/cl g blocks avg/g 1. denson, brittany-usf/sr .................37 ......... 100 .........2.70 2. vaughn, kia-ru/sr ..........................33 .......... 62...........1.88 3. charles, tina-uconn/Jr..................39 .......... 62...........1.59 4. moore, maya-uconn/so .................39 .......... 59...........1.51 5. cournoYer, emily-pc/Jr ..................30 .......... 45...........1.50 6. wilson, pepper-pitt/fr...................33 .......... 44...........1.33 7. williams, natasha-dpu/sr .............31 .......... 41...........1.32 8. kurZ, laura-vu/sr ............................33 .......... 42...........1.27 9. solomon, erica-nd/fr .....................31 .......... 38...........1.23 10. lawson, Jessica-usf/sr ...................36 .......... 44...........1.22 11. chester, felicia-dpu/so ...................30 .......... 36...........1.20 12. hankins, mi-khida-pc/so ................28 .......... 33...........1.18 13. mccoughtrY, angel-lou/sr ............39 .......... 42...........1.08 14. cole, chelsea-pitt/so.......................32 .......... 34...........1.06 15. stevens, da’shena-stJ/fr................34 .......... 35...........1.03 assist/turnover ratio (Min. 3.0 assists/game) ## Player-team/cl g asst avg turn avg ratio 1. moore, maya-uconn/so ...........39 ....127 ... 3.3 ...61 ....1.6 .....2.08 2. grace, shantia-usf/sr ...............37 ....175 ... 4.7 ...87 ....2.4 .....2.01 3. montgomerY, renee-uconn/sr 39 ..199 ... 5.1 . 100 ...2.6 .....1.99 4. sepulveda, Jazmine-usf/sr .....37 ....136 ... 3.7 ...78 ....2.1 .....1.74 5. harris, tasha-su/so ...................32 ....146 ... 4.6 ...90 ....2.8 .....1.62 6. QuigleY, sam-dpu/so ................33 ....119 ... 3.6 ...74 ....2.2 .....1.61 7. naughton, deirdre-dpu/Jr .......32 ....142 ... 4.4 ...91 ....2.8 .....1.56 8. lechlitner, melissa-nd/Jr ........31 ....106 ... 3.4 ...77 ....2.5 .....1.38 9. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr .........31 ....103 ... 3.3 ...75 ....2.4 .....1.37 10. bYrd, deseree-lou/so ................38 ....191 ... 5.0 . 147 ...3.9 .....1.30 11. powell, ashley-wvu/sr ...........32 ....176 ... 5.5 . 147 ...4.6 .....1.20 12. brown, shantel-shu/Jr ............29 ....101 ... 3.5 ...86 ....3.0 .....1.17 13. fuller, shanice-gu/Jr ...............34 ....137 ... 4.0 . 119 ...3.5 .....1.15 14. robinson, angel-mu/so ...........33 ....121 ... 3.7 . 110 ...3.3 .....1.10 offensive rebounds ## Player-team/cl g no. avg/g 1. womack, noteisha-shu/sr .............28 ......... 117 .........4.18 2. Jones, chandrea-su/sr ....................32 ......... 114 .........3.56 3. michael, nicole-su/Jr .....................29 ......... 101 .........3.48 4. charles, tina-uconn/Jr..................39 ......... 131 .........3.36 5. grant, porche-usf/Jr.......................37 ......... 122 .........3.30 6. vaughn, kia-ru/sr ..........................33 ......... 106 .........3.21 7. bingham, candyce-lou/sr ..............39 ......... 125 .........3.21 8. williams, natasha-dpu/sr .............31 .......... 95...........3.06 9. crawford, adria-gu/fr ..................33 .......... 98...........2.97 10. darrian, shantee-pc/sr ..................30 .......... 87...........2.90 11. burton, natalie-wvu/fr .................33 .......... 91...........2.76 12. green, kandice-shu/fr....................31 .......... 84...........2.71 13. denson, brittany-usf/sr .................37 ......... 100 .........2.70 14. repella, liz-wvu/so .......................33 .......... 89...........2.70 15. wilson, pepper-pitt/fr...................33 .......... 88...........2.67 defensive rebounds ## Player-team/cl g no. avg/g 1. mccoughtrY, angel-lou/sr ............39 ......... 266 .........6.82 2. womack, noteisha-shu/sr .............28 ......... 180 .........6.43 3. moore, maya-uconn/so .................39 ......... 247 .........6.33 4. kurZ, laura-vu/sr ............................33 ......... 195 .........5.91 5. charles, tina-uconn/Jr..................39 ......... 217 .........5.56 6. morgan, angel-cin/sr ....................31 ......... 169 .........5.45 7. repella, liz-wvu/so .......................33 ......... 179 .........5.42 8. schrader, lindsay-nd/sr ...............31 ......... 165 .........5.32 9. Jones, chandrea-su/sr ....................32 ......... 167 .........5.22 10. michael, nicole-su/Jr .....................29 ......... 145 .........5.00 11. granberrY, takisha-wvu/sr ..........33 ......... 146 .........4.42 12. grant, porche-usf/Jr.......................37 ......... 162 .........4.38 13. lawson, Jessica-usf/sr ...................36 ......... 150 .........4.17 14. scott, shayla-pitt/so .......................33 ......... 137 .........4.15 15. bingham, candyce-lou/sr ..............39 ......... 159 .........4.08 Minutes Played ## Player-team/cl g Minutes avg/g 1. roudebush, kahla-cin/Jr .....................31 ...........1195.........38.55 2. prince, epiphanny-ru/Jr .......................33 ...........1220.........36.97 3. repella, liz-wvu/so .............................33 ...........1173.........35.55 4. marandola, chelsea-pc/sr .................30 ...........1060.........35.33 5. miles, sarah-wvu/so.............................33 ...........1140.........34.55 6. sanders, shanasa-cin/fr ......................31 ...........1053.........33.97 7. williams, ebonie-shu/so .....................31 ...........1051.........33.90 8. granberrY, takisha-wvu/sr ................33 ...........1113.........33.73 9. morgan, angel-cin/sr ..........................31 ...........1045.........33.71 10. mcmanmon, kelly-stJ/sr .....................34 ...........1141.........33.56 FiNal team statistiCs/ all-games scoring offense ## team g w-l Pts avg/g 1. connecticut .............39 ......... 39-0 ....... 3274 ....... 83.9 2. usf .........................37 ........ 27-10 ...... 2886 ....... 78.0 3. pittsburgh ...............33 ......... 25-8 ....... 2410 ....... 73.0 4. notre dame .............31 ......... 22-9 ....... 2216 ....... 71.5 5. syracuse ..................32 ........ 17-15 ...... 2282 ....... 71.3 6. depaul ....................33 ........ 23-10 ...... 2352 ....... 71.3 7. louisville .................39 ......... 34-5 ....... 2767 ....... 70.9 8. seton hall ...............31 ........ 17-14 ...... 2030 ....... 65.5 9. west virginia ...........33 ........ 18-15 ...... 2160 ....... 65.5 10. marquette ...............33 ........ 17-16 ...... 2146 ....... 65.0 11. st. John’s .................34 ........ 19-15 ...... 2187 ....... 64.3 12. georgetown ............34 ........ 20-14 ...... 2183 ....... 64.2 13. rutgers ...................34 ........ 21-13 ...... 2147 ....... 63.1 14. cincinnati ................31 ........ 14-17 ...... 1836 ....... 59.2 15. providence ..............30 ........ 10-20 ...... 1745 ....... 58.2 16. villanova .................33 ........ 19-14 ...... 1810 ....... 54.8 scoring defense ## team ...................g .............Pts............. avg/g 1. connecticut .............39 ..............2084.................. 53.4 2. villanova .................33 ..............1792.................. 54.3 3. rutgers ...................34 ..............1873.................. 55.1 4. louisville .................39 ..............2243.................. 57.5 5. pittsburgh ...............33 ..............1924.................. 58.3 6. west virginia ...........33 ..............1982.................. 60.1 7. cincinnati ................31 ..............1883.................. 60.7 8. georgetown ............34 ..............2068.................. 60.8 9. st. John’s .................34 ..............2097.................. 61.7 10. notre dame .............31 ..............1931.................. 62.3 11. marquette ...............33 ..............2076.................. 62.9 12. depaul ....................33 ..............2078.................. 63.0 13. seton hall ...............31 ..............1966.................. 63.4 14. providence ..............30 ..............1930.................. 64.3 15. usf .........................37 ..............2426.................. 65.6 16. syracuse ..................32 ..............2189.................. 68.4 scoring Margin ## team g off def Margin 1. connecticut .............39 ......... 83.9 ........53.4 .... +30.5 2. pittsburgh ...............33 ......... 73.0 ........58.3 .... +14.7 3. louisville .................39 ......... 70.9 ........57.5 .... +13.4 4. usf .........................37 ......... 78.0 ........65.6 .... +12.4 5. notre dame .............31 ......... 71.5 ........62.3 ...... +9.2 6. depaul ....................33 ......... 71.3 ........63.0 ...... +8.3 7. rutgers ...................34 ......... 63.1 ........55.1 ...... +8.1 8. west virginia ...........33 ......... 65.5 ........60.1 ...... +5.4 9. georgetown ............34 ......... 64.2 ........60.8 ...... +3.4 10. syracuse ..................32 ......... 71.3 ........68.4 ...... +2.9 11. st. John’s .................34 ......... 64.3 ........61.7 ...... +2.6 12. marquette ...............33 ......... 65.0 ........62.9 ...... +2.1 13. seton hall ...............31 ......... 65.5 ........63.4 ...... +2.1 14. villanova .................33 ......... 54.8 ........54.3 ...... +0.5 15. cincinnati ................31 ......... 59.2 ........60.7 ........ -1.5 16. providence ..............30 ......... 58.2 ........64.3 ........ -6.2
  • conference overall standings w l Pct Pf Pa w l Pct Pf Pa connecticut ......... 16 ...........0...........1.000 .............. 80.9 .............. 52.4 .............. 39..........0 ............1.000 ............. 83.9 ........ 53.4 louisville .............. 14 ...........2........... .875 ............... 72.9 .............. 59.9 .............. 34..........5 ............. .872 .............. 70.9 ........ 57.5 pittsburgh ............ 12 ...........4........... .750 ............... 68.5 .............. 61.5 .............. 25..........8 ............. .758 .............. 73.0 ........ 58.3 notre dame ......... 10 ...........6........... .625 ............... 70.6 .............. 67.4 .............. 22..........9 ............. .710 .............. 71.5 ........ 62.3 depaul ................. 10 ...........6........... .625 ............... 67.0 .............. 62.7 .............. 23.........10 ............ .697 .............. 71.3 ........ 63.0 villanova .............. 10 ...........6........... .625 ............... 54.2 .............. 54.2 .............. 19.........14 ............ .576 .............. 54.8 ........ 54.3 rutgers ................. 9 ............7........... .563 ............... 62.1 .............. 57.4 .............. 21.........13 ............ .618 .............. 63.1 ........ 55.1 usf........................ 8 ............8........... .500 ............... 68.0 .............. 72.2 .............. 27.........10 ............ .730 .............. 78.0 ........ 65.6 georgetown ......... 7 ............9........... .438 ............... 62.4 .............. 66.1 .............. 20.........14 ............ .588 .............. 64.2 ........ 60.8 marquette ............ 7 ............9........... .438 ............... 61.9 .............. 64.7 .............. 17.........16 ............ .515 .............. 65.0 ........ 62.9 west virginia ........ 5 .......... 11 ......... .313 ............... 61.9 .............. 67.9 .............. 18.........15 ............ .545 .............. 65.5 ........ 60.1 syracuse................ 5 .......... 11 ......... .313 ............... 69.6 .............. 76.1 .............. 17.........15 ............ .531 .............. 71.3 ........ 68.4 st. John’s ............... 4 .......... 12 ......... .250 ............... 61.8 .............. 68.1 .............. 19.........15 ............ .559 .............. 64.3 ........ 61.7 seton hall ............. 4 .......... 12 ......... .250 ............... 56.5 .............. 69.1 .............. 17.........14 ............ .548 .............. 65.5 ........ 63.4 providence ............ 4 .......... 12 ......... .250 ............... 57.0 .............. 66.3 .............. 10.........20 ............ .333 .............. 58.2 ........ 64.3 cincinnati.............. 3 .......... 13 ......... .188 ............... 57.9 .............. 67.1 .............. 14.........17 ............ .452 .............. 59.2 ........ 60.7 2008-09 all-gaMes Standings 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info free throw Percentages ## team g ftM fta Pct 1. villanova .................33 ..........301 ........ 383 ........ .786 2. cincinnati ................31 ..........312 ........ 416 ........ .750 3. pittsburgh ...............33 ..........482 ........ 655 ........ .736 4. providence ..............30 ..........339 ........ 461 ........ .735 5. louisville .................39 ..........624 ........ 856 ........ .729 6. connecticut .............39 ..........549 ........ 761 ........ .721 7. syracuse ..................32 ..........549 ........ 765 ........ .718 8. seton hall ...............31 ..........474 ........ 665 ........ .713 9. notre dame .............31 ..........440 ........ 625 ........ .704 10. marquette ...............33 ..........438 ........ 630 ........ .695 11. depaul ....................33 ..........421 ........ 608 ........ .692 12. rutgers ...................34 ..........393 ........ 570 ........ .689 13. usf .........................37 ..........549 ........ 835 ........ .657 14. georgetown ............34 ..........429 ........ 656 ........ .654 15. st. John’s .................34 ..........414 ........ 653 ........ .634 16. west virginia ...........33 ..........401 ........ 663 ........ .605 field goal Percentages ## team g fg fga Pct 1. connecticut .............39 .........1222 ...... 2395 ....... .510 2. notre dame .............31 ..........828 ....... 1923 ....... .431 3. depaul ....................33 ..........865 ....... 2021 ....... .428 4. louisville .................39 ..........990 ....... 2316 ....... .427 5. rutgers ...................34 ..........802 ....... 1877 ....... .427 6. usf .........................37 .........1031 ...... 2442 ....... .422 7. pittsburgh ...............33 ..........883 ....... 2112 ....... .418 8. st. John’s .................34 ..........805 ....... 1956 ....... .412 9. cincinnati ................31 ..........657 ....... 1611 ....... .408 10. west virginia ...........33 ..........781 ....... 1947 ....... .401 11. seton hall ...............31 ..........723 ....... 1807 ....... .400 12. marquette ...............33 ..........767 ....... 1950 ....... .393 13. georgetown ............34 ..........779 ....... 1982 ....... .393 14. syracuse ..................32 ..........785 ....... 2006 ....... .391 15. villanova .................33 ..........626 ....... 1649 ....... .380 16. providence ..............30 ..........636 ....... 1722 ....... .369 field goal Pct defense ## team g fg fga Pct 1. connecticut .............39 ..........777 ....... 2324 ....... .334 2. pittsburgh ...............33 ..........684 ....... 1908 ....... .358 3. louisville .................39 ..........789 ....... 2123 ....... .372 4. rutgers ...................34 ..........633 ....... 1691 ....... .374 5. providence ..............30 ..........663 ....... 1744 ....... .380 6. georgetown ............34 ..........683 ....... 1794 ....... .381 7. villanova .................33 ..........644 ....... 1668 ....... .386 8. notre dame .............31 ..........702 ....... 1817 ....... .386 9. usf .........................37 ..........869 ....... 2239 ....... .388 10. depaul ....................33 ..........743 ....... 1912 ....... .389 11. cincinnati ................31 ..........685 ....... 1762 ....... .389 12. west virginia ...........33 ..........701 ....... 1802 ....... .389 13. syracuse ..................32 ..........778 ....... 1937 ....... .402 14. marquette ...............33 ..........742 ....... 1837 ....... .404 15. st. John’s .................34 ..........785 ....... 1939 ....... .405 16. seton hall ...............31 ..........713 ....... 1722 ....... .414 3-Point field goal Percentages ## team g fg fga Pct 1. connecticut .............39 ..........281 ........ 753 ........ .373 2. st. John’s .................34 ..........163 ........ 437 ........ .373 3. pittsburgh ...............33 ..........162 ........ 456 ........ .355 4. usf .........................37 ..........275 ........ 802 ........ .343 5. notre dame .............31 ..........120 ........ 359 ........ .334 6. georgetown ............34 ..........196 ........ 590 ........ .332 7. rutgers ...................34 ..........150 ........ 454 ........ .330 8. cincinnati ................31 ..........210 ........ 637 ........ .330 9. louisville .................39 ..........163 ........ 496 ........ .329 10. west virginia ...........33 ..........197 ........ 602 ........ .327 11. depaul ....................33 ..........201 ........ 645 ........ .312 12. villanova .................33 ..........257 ........ 849 ........ .303 13. marquette ...............33 ..........174 ........ 577 ........ .302 14. seton hall ...............31 ..........110 ........ 365 ........ .301 15. providence ..............30 ..........134 ........ 451 ........ .297 16. syracuse ..................32 ..........163 ........ 552 ........ .295 3-Point field goal Pct defense ## team g fg fga Pct 1. louisville .................39 ..........186 ........ 696 ........ .267 2. georgetown ............34 ..........178 ........ 611 ........ .291 3. west virginia ...........33 ..........160 ........ 529 ........ .302 4. connecticut .............39 ..........221 ........ 719 ........ .307 5. villanova .................33 ..........105 ........ 341 ........ .308 6. rutgers ...................34 ..........179 ........ 581 ........ .308 7. st. John’s .................34 ..........157 ........ 505 ........ .311 8. depaul ....................33 ..........153 ........ 491 ........ .312 9. pittsburgh ...............33 ..........145 ........ 465 ........ .312 10. notre dame .............31 ..........151 ........ 478 ........ .316 11. seton hall ...............31 ..........153 ........ 483 ........ .317 12. cincinnati ................31 ..........211 ........ 657 ........ .321 13. syracuse ..................32 ..........236 ........ 723 ........ .326 14. providence ..............30 ..........142 ........ 435 ........ .326 15. marquette ...............33 ..........170 ........ 514 ........ .331 16. usf .........................37 ..........200 ........ 587 ........ .341 rebounding offense ## team g reb avg/g 1. pittsburgh ...............33 ..............1437.................. 43.5 2. connecticut .............39 ..............1668.................. 42.8 3. syracuse ..................32 ..............1366.................. 42.7 4. usf .........................37 ..............1572.................. 42.5 5. louisville .................39 ..............1582.................. 40.6 6. west virginia ...........33 ..............1316.................. 39.9 7. notre dame .............31 ..............1230.................. 39.7 8. depaul ....................33 ..............1306.................. 39.6 9. seton hall ...............31 ..............1212.................. 39.1 10. georgetown ............34 ..............1312.................. 38.6 11. providence ..............30 ..............1136.................. 37.9 12. marquette ...............33 ..............1240.................. 37.6 13. st. John’s .................34 ..............1233.................. 36.3 14. rutgers ...................34 ..............1226.................. 36.1 15. cincinnati ................31 ..............1044.................. 33.7 16. villanova .................33 ..............1017.................. 30.8 rebounding defense ## team g reb avg/g 1. rutgers ...................34 ..............1082.................. 31.8 2. connecticut .............39 ..............1243.................. 31.9 3. seton hall ...............31 ..............1040.................. 33.5 4. cincinnati ................31 ..............1055.................. 34.0 5. louisville .................39 ..............1353.................. 34.7 6. villanova .................33 ..............1157.................. 35.1 7. pittsburgh ...............33 ..............1171.................. 35.5 8. marquette ...............33 ..............1188.................. 36.0 9. georgetown ............34 ..............1247.................. 36.7 10. west virginia ...........33 ..............1214.................. 36.8 11. depaul ....................33 ..............1225.................. 37.1 12. notre dame .............31 ..............1158.................. 37.4 13. syracuse ..................32 ..............1211.................. 37.8 14. st. John’s .................34 ..............1288.................. 37.9 15. providence ..............30 ..............1195.................. 39.8 16. usf .........................37 ..............1508.................. 40.8 70
  • 2008-09 big east Team Highs 71w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Points 126 ... usf vs. grambling, dec. 18 110 ... usf vs. Jackson state, dec. 28 Margin 65 (126-62) .. us vs. grambling, dec. 18 60 (85-25) .... farmingdale state, feb. 11 field goals Made 46 ..... usf vs. grambling, dec. 18 43 ..... connecticut vs. washington, dec. 18 field goals atteMPted 84 ..... usf vs. loyola, md., nov. 16 83 ..... usf at providence, Jan. 20 field goal Percentage .672 (39-58) ...pitt vs. Youngstown state, nov. 29 .655 (38-58) ...connecticut vs. holy cross, dec. 3 3-Point field goals Made 18 ..... connecticut vs. syracuse, Jan. 17 16 ..... villanova at syracuse, Jan. 31 3-Point field goals atteMPted 44 ..... villanova vs. la salle, nov. 14 39 ..... connecticut vs. syracuse, Jan. 17 3-Point field goal Percentage .875 (7-8) ....notre dame at boston college, nov. 23 .714 (10-14) .rutgers vs. seton hall, march 7 .714 (10-14) .louisville vs. rutgers, march 8 .714 (5-7) ....rutgers vs. tennessee, march 3 free throws Made 33 ..... st. John’s at seton hall, feb. 1 32 ..... louisville vs. rutgers, Jan. 11 free throws atteMPted 44 ..... st. John’s at seton hall, feb. 1 43 ..... seton hall vs. georgetown, march 6 free throw Percentage 1.000 ......14 times rebounds 64 ..... syracuse at maryland eastern shore, nov. 16 64 ..... louisville vs. morehead state, dec. 28 assists 31 ..... connecticut vs. florida state, dec. 21 29 ..... usf vs. grambling, dec. 18 steals 23 ..... usf vs. central connecticut, nov. 15 23 ..... usf vs. coppin state, nov. 23 blocked shots 17 ..... usf at west virginia, feb. 21 14 ..... depaul vs. alcorn state, nov. 16 fouls 32 ..... georgetown vs. seton hall, march 6 30 ..... rutgers at louisville, Jan. 11 rebounding Margin ## team ............ g ... teaM .. avg ... oPP .....avg .Margin 1. connecticut ... 39 ...1668 ...42.8 ...1243 ... 31.9 ..+10.9 2. pittsburgh ..... 33 ...1437 ...43.5 ...1171 ... 35.5 ....+8.1 3. louisville ....... 39 ...1582 ...40.6 ...1353 ... 34.7 ....+5.9 4. seton hall ..... 31 ...1212 ...39.1 ...1040 ... 33.5 ....+5.5 5. syracuse ........ 32 ...1366 ...42.7 ...1211 ... 37.8 ....+4.8 6. rutgers ......... 34 ...1226 ...36.1 ...1082 ... 31.8 ....+4.2 7. west virginia .. 33 ...1316 ...39.9 ...1214 ... 36.8 ....+3.1 8. depaul .......... 33 ...1306 ...39.6 ...1225 ... 37.1 ....+2.5 9. notre dame ... 31 ...1230 ...39.7 ...1158 ... 37.4 ....+2.3 10. georgetown .. 34 ...1312 ...38.6 ...1247 ... 36.7 ....+1.9 11. usf ............... 37 ...1572 ...42.5 ...1508 ... 40.8 ....+1.7 12. marquette ..... 33 ...1240 ...37.6 ...1188 ... 36.0 ....+1.6 13. cincinnati ...... 31 ...1044 ...33.7 ...1055 ... 34.0 ..... -0.4 14. st. John’s ....... 34 ...1233 ...36.3 ...1288 ... 37.9 ..... -1.6 15. providence .... 30 ...1136 ...37.9 ...1195 ... 39.8 ..... -2.0 16. villanova ....... 33 ...1017 ...30.8 ...1157 ... 35.1 ..... -4.2 blocked shots ## team g blocks avg/g 1. usf .........................37 ...............215................... 5.81 2. pittsburgh ...............33 ...............188................... 5.70 3. providence ..............30 ...............151................... 5.03 4. connecticut .............39 ...............193................... 4.95 5. depaul ....................33 ...............153................... 4.64 6. rutgers ...................34 ...............154................... 4.53 7. notre dame .............31 ...............121................... 3.90 8. villanova .................33 ...............116................... 3.52 9. marquette ...............33 ...............105................... 3.18 10. georgetown ............34 ...............106................... 3.12 11. louisville .................39 ...............118................... 3.03 12. st. John’s .................34 ...............102................... 3.00 13. seton hall ...............31 ................85.................... 2.74 14. west virginia ...........33 ................82.................... 2.48 15. syracuse ..................32 ................73.................... 2.28 16. cincinnati ................31 ................51.................... 1.65 assists ## team g assists avg/g 1. connecticut .............39 ...............762..................19.54 2. depaul ....................33 ...............541..................16.39 3. usf .........................37 ...............583..................15.76 4. notre dame .............31 ...............456..................14.71 5. pittsburgh ...............33 ...............477..................14.45 6. seton hall ...............31 ...............405..................13.06 7. marquette ...............33 ...............424..................12.85 8. cincinnati ................31 ...............395..................12.74 9. louisville .................39 ...............493..................12.64 10. syracuse ..................32 ...............399..................12.47 11. west virginia ...........33 ...............411..................12.45 12. providence ..............30 ...............369..................12.30 13. villanova .................33 ...............404..................12.24 14. georgetown ............34 ...............416..................12.24 15. rutgers ...................34 ...............397..................11.68 16. st. John’s .................34 ...............386..................11.35 steals ## team g steals avg/g 1. louisville .................39 ...............425..................10.90 2. usf .........................37 ...............383..................10.35 3. notre dame .............31 ...............305................... 9.84 4. georgetown ............34 ...............328................... 9.65 5. west virginia ...........33 ...............306................... 9.27 6. rutgers ...................34 ...............312................... 9.18 7. syracuse ..................32 ...............291................... 9.09 8. depaul ....................33 ...............295................... 8.94 9. connecticut .............39 ...............331................... 8.49 10. seton hall ...............31 ...............255................... 8.23 11. st. John’s .................34 ...............265................... 7.79 12. marquette ...............33 ...............254................... 7.70 13. providence ..............30 ...............218................... 7.27 14. pittsburgh ...............33 ...............221................... 6.70 15. cincinnati ................31 ...............166................... 5.35 16. villanova .................33 ...............168................... 5.09 turnover Margin ## team g teaM avg oPP avg Margin 1. usf ............... 37 ....556 ....15.0 ....732 .... 19.8 ..+4.76 2. connecticut ... 39 ....533 ....13.7 ....686 .... 17.6 ..+3.92 3. louisville ....... 39 ....685 ....17.6 ....831 .... 21.3 ..+3.74 4. notre dame ... 31 ....483 ....15.6 ....597 .... 19.3 ..+3.68 5. pittsburgh ..... 33 ....475 ....14.4 ....578 .... 17.5 ..+3.12 6. st. John’s ....... 34 ....520 ....15.3 ....596 .... 17.5 ..+2.24 7. depaul .......... 33 ....494 ....15.0 ....561 .... 17.0 ..+2.03 8. rutgers ......... 34 ....518 ....15.2 ....579 .... 17.0 ..+1.79 9. marquette ..... 33 ....534 ....16.2 ....591 .... 17.9 ..+1.73 10. georgetown .. 34 ....630 ....18.5 ....682 .... 20.1 ..+1.53 11. west virginia . 33 ....554 ....16.8 ....603 .... 18.3 ..+1.48 12. syracuse ........ 32 ....554 ....17.3 ....582 .... 18.2 ..+0.88 13. seton hall ..... 31 ....546 ....17.6 ....551 .... 17.8 ..+0.16 14. villanova ....... 33 ....438 ....13.3 ....421 .... 12.8 ... -0.52 15. providence .... 30 ....524 ....17.5 ....477 .... 15.9 ... -1.57 16. cincinnati ...... 31 ....492 ....15.9 ....422 .... 13.6 ... -2.26 assist/turnover ratio ## team g asst avg turn avg ratio 1. connecticut ... 39 ....762 ....19.5 ....533 .... 13.7 .....1.43 2. depaul .......... 33 ....541 ....16.4 ....494 .... 15.0 .....1.10 3. usf ............... 37 ....583 ....15.8 ....556 .... 15.0 .....1.05 4. pittsburgh ..... 33 ....477 ....14.5 ....475 .... 14.4 .....1.00 5. notre dame ... 31 ....456 ....14.7 ....483 .... 15.6 .....0.94 6. villanova ....... 33 ....404 ....12.2 ....438 .... 13.3 .....0.92 7. cincinnati ...... 31 ....395 ....12.7 ....492 .... 15.9 .....0.80 8. marquette ..... 33 ....424 ....12.8 ....534 .... 16.2 .....0.79 9. rutgers ......... 34 ....397 ....11.7 ....518 .... 15.2 .....0.77 10. st. John’s ....... 34 ....386 ....11.4 ....520 .... 15.3 .....0.74 11. west virginia . 33 ....411 ....12.5 ....554 .... 16.8 .....0.74 12. seton hall ..... 31 ....405 ....13.1 ....546 .... 17.6 .....0.74 13. syracuse ........ 32 ....399 ....12.5 ....554 .... 17.3 .....0.72 14. louisville ....... 39 ....493 ....12.6 ....685 .... 17.6 .....0.72 15. providence .... 30 ....369 ....12.3 ....524 .... 17.5 .....0.70 16. georgetown .. 34 ....416 ....12.2 ....630 .... 18.5 .....0.66
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info teaM suMMaries team g Pf-Pa avg score Margin fg-fga Pct 3fg-fga Pct ft-fta Pct rebf reba Margin cincinnati ........31 ....1836-1883 ........59.2-60.7 ..........-1.5 ...........657-1611 ...........408 ...........210-637 .......... .330 ............. 312-416 ..............750................ 1044 ............ 1055 ........... -0.4 connecticut .....39 ....3274-2084 ........83.9-53.4 ........+30.5 ........1222-2395 ..........510 ...........281-753 .......... .373 ............. 549-761 ..............721................ 1668 ............ 1243 ........+10.9 depaul.............33 ....2352-2078 ........71.3-63.0 .........+8.3 ..........865-2021 ...........428 ...........201-645 .......... .312 ............. 421-608 ..............692................ 1306 ............ 1225 ......... +2.5 georgetown ....34 ....2183-2068 ........64.2-60.8 .........+3.4 ..........779-1982 ...........393 ...........196-590 .......... .332 ............. 429-656 ..............654................ 1312 ............ 1247 ......... +1.9 louisville .........39 ....2767-2243 ........70.9-57.5 ........+13.4 .........990-2316 ...........427 ...........163-496 .......... .329 ............. 624-856 ..............729................ 1582 ............ 1353 ......... +5.9 marquette .......33 ....2146-2076 ........65.0-62.9 .........+2.1 ..........767-1950 ...........393 ...........174-577 .......... .302 ............. 438-630 ..............695................ 1240 ............ 1188 ......... +1.6 notre dame .....31 ....2216-1931 ........71.5-62.3 .........+9.2 ..........828-1923 ...........431 ...........120-359 .......... .334 ............. 440-625 ..............704................ 1230 ............ 1158 ......... +2.3 pittsburgh .......33 ....2410-1924 ........73.0-58.3 ........+14.7 .........883-2112 ...........418 ...........162-456 .......... .355 ............. 482-655 ..............736................ 1437 ............ 1171 ......... +8.1 providence ......30 ....1745-1930 ........58.2-64.3 ..........-6.2 ...........636-1722 ...........369 ...........134-451 .......... .297 ............. 339-461 ..............735................ 1136 ............ 1195 ........... -2.0 rutgers ...........34 ....2147-1873 ........63.1-55.1 .........+8.1 ..........802-1877 ...........427 ...........150-454 .......... .330 ............. 393-570 ..............689................ 1226 ............ 1082 ......... +4.2 seton hall .......31 ....2030-1966 ........65.5-63.4 .........+2.1 ..........723-1807 ...........400 ...........110-365 .......... .301 ............. 474-665 ..............713................ 1212 ............ 1040 ......... +5.5 st. John’s .........34 ....2187-2097 ........64.3-61.7 .........+2.6 ..........805-1956 ...........412 ...........163-437 .......... .373 ............. 414-653 ..............634................ 1233 ............ 1288 ........... -1.6 syracuse ..........32 ....2282-2189 ........71.3-68.4 .........+2.9 ..........785-2006 ...........391 ...........163-552 .......... .295 ............. 549-765 ..............718................ 1366 ............ 1211 ......... +4.8 usf ..................37 ....2886-2426 ........78.0-65.6 ........+12.4 ........1031-2442 ..........422 ...........275-802 .......... .343 ............. 549-835 ..............657................ 1572 ............ 1508 ......... +1.7 villanova .........33 ....1810-1792 ........54.8-54.3 .........+0.5 ..........626-1649 ...........380 ...........257-849 .......... .303 ............. 301-383 ..............786................ 1017 ............ 1157 ........... -4.2 west virginia ...33 ....2160-1982 ........65.5-60.1 .........+5.4 ..........781-1947 ...........401 ...........197-602 .......... .327 ............. 401-663 ..............605................ 1316 ............ 1214 ......... +3.1 attendance team hoMe gaMes avg away gaMes avg neut gaMes avg all gaMes avg cincinnati ............18-20824 ........1157...............11-33839 ....... 3076 ............ 2-17723 ..... 8862 .........31-72386 ...... 2335 connecticut ........15-164911 ......10994..............11-48500 ....... 4409 ........... 13-76555 .... 5889 ........39-289966 ..... 7435 depaul.................16-41049 ........2566...............13-55964 ....... 4305 ............ 4-32295 ..... 8074 ........33-129308 ..... 3918 georgetown ........16-10492 .........656 ...............16-20630 ....... 1289 .............. 2-405 ........ 202 ..........34-31527 ....... 927 louisville ............17-113714 .......6689...............13-33076 ....... 2544 ............ 9-47185 ..... 5243 ........39-193975 ..... 4974 marquette ...........18-32886 ........1827...............14-28323 ....... 2023 ............. 1-8743 ...... 8743 .........33-69952 ...... 2120 notre dame .........13-93960 ........7228...............15-46776 ....... 3118 ............. 3-6395 ...... 2132 ........31-147131 ..... 4746 pittsburgh ...........17-53896 ........3170...............12-32191 ....... 2683 ............ 4-36842 ..... 9210 ........33-122929 ..... 3725 providence ...........12-6453 ..........538 ...............15-26103 ....... 1740 ............ 3-12365 ..... 4122 .........30-44921 ...... 1497 rutgers ...............17-57018 ........3354...............13-73400 ....... 5646 ............. 4-9417 ...... 2354 ........34-139835 ..... 4113 seton hall ...........16-20387 ........1274...............13-25876 ....... 1990 ................ 2-0 ............ 0 ............31-46263 ...... 1492 st. John’s .............18-28074 ........1560...............14-31293 ....... 2235 ................ 2-0 ............ 0 ............34-59367 ...... 1746 syracuse ..............16-13606 .........850 ...............14-44594 ....... 3185 ............. 2-5804 ...... 2902 .........32-64004 ...... 2000 usf ....................20-21168 ........1058...............12-42440 ....... 3537 ............ 5-19569 ..... 3914 .........37-83177 ...... 2248 villanova .............14-11730 .........838 ...............13-22156 ....... 1704 .............. 6-611 ........ 102 ..........33-34497 ...... 1045 west virginia .......17-26539 ........1561...............11-31687 ....... 2881 ............ 5-24007 ..... 4801 .........33-82233 ...... 2492 totals ............260-716707 ....2757 .........210-596848 ... 2842 ....... 67-297916 ..4447 ... 537-1611471 .. 3001 team .......................team id cincinnati .................................cin connecticut ......................uconn depaul ....................................dpu georgetown ............................ gu louisville .................................lou marquette............................... mu notre dame .............................nd pittsburgh ..............................pitt Winning stReaK team no. connecticut ..................................................39 usf .................................................................5 teaM identification team .......................team id providence ................................pc rutgers..................................... ru seton hall ..............................shu st. John’s ..................................stJ syracuse ...................................... s usf .........................................usf villanova .................................. vu west virginia .........................wvu offensive rebounds ## team g no. avg/g 1. pittsburgh ...............33 ...............575..................17.42 2. syracuse ..................32 ...............544..................17.00 3. usf .........................37 ...............622..................16.81 4. georgetown ............34 ...............517..................15.21 5. louisville .................39 ...............587..................15.05 6. seton hall ...............31 ...............464..................14.97 7. west virginia ...........33 ...............493..................14.94 8. marquette ...............33 ...............473..................14.33 9. rutgers ...................34 ...............474..................13.94 10. connecticut .............39 ...............541..................13.87 11. notre dame .............31 ...............426..................13.74 12. depaul ....................33 ...............445..................13.48 13. st. John’s .................34 ...............435..................12.79 14. providence ..............30 ...............376..................12.53 15. cincinnati ................31 ...............311..................10.03 16. villanova .................33 ...............227................... 6.88 defensive rebounds ## team g no. avg/g 1. connecticut .............39 ..............1127.................28.90 2. pittsburgh ...............33 ...............862..................26.12 3. depaul ....................33 ...............861..................26.09 4. notre dame .............31 ...............804..................25.94 5. syracuse ..................32 ...............822..................25.69 6. usf .........................37 ...............950..................25.68 7. louisville .................39 ...............995..................25.51 8. providence ..............30 ...............760..................25.33 9. west virginia ...........33 ...............823..................24.94 10. seton hall ...............31 ...............748..................24.13 11. villanova .................33 ...............790..................23.94 12. cincinnati ................31 ...............733..................23.65 13. st. John’s .................34 ...............798..................23.47 14. georgetown ............34 ...............795..................23.38 15. marquette ...............33 ...............767..................23.24 16. rutgers ...................34 ...............752..................22.12 3-Point field goals Made ## team g 3fg avg/g 1. villanova .................33 ...............257................... 7.79 2. usf .........................37 ...............275................... 7.43 3. connecticut .............39 ...............281................... 7.21 4. cincinnati ................31 ...............210................... 6.77 5. depaul ....................33 ...............201................... 6.09 6. west virginia ...........33 ...............197................... 5.97 7. georgetown ............34 ...............196................... 5.76 8. marquette ...............33 ...............174................... 5.27 9. syracuse ..................32 ...............163................... 5.09 10. pittsburgh ...............33 ...............162................... 4.91 11. st. John’s .................34 ...............163................... 4.79 12. providence ..............30 ...............134................... 4.47 13. rutgers ...................34 ...............150................... 4.41 14. louisville .................39 ...............163................... 4.18 15. notre dame .............31 ...............120................... 3.87 16. seton hall ...............31 ...............110................... 3.55 72
  • m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 73 2009-10 opponents towson, duquesne, iowa, coluMbia .............. 74 nevada, radford, Maine, eastern kentucky ...................................... 75 longwood, fresno state, uMbc, santa clara ................................................ 76 st. John’s, Pitt, dePaul, villanova ................. 77 Marshall, notre daMe, seton hall, louisville .................................................. 78 connecticut, Providence, georgetown, rutgers ...................................................... 79 usf, cincinnati, Marquette, syracuse ........... 80 scores vs. 2009-10 oPPonents ......................... 81
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info 2009-10 oPPonents | school info | coach/teaM info | Media info contact: megan o’brien Phone: (443) 834-9197 e-Mail: mobrien@towson. edu internet: www.towsontigers.com noveMber 13 | Morgantown, w.va. Preseason WNIT First Round location: towson, md. conference: colonial enrollment: 21,111 nickname: tigers head coach: Joe mathews career record: 95-138 (8 years) at school: same 2008-09 record: 17-13 2008-09 conference record/ finish: 8-10/8th towson Opponent | gaMe date/location contact: ryan gavatorta Phone: (412) 396-6560 e-Mail: gavatortar@duq.edu internet: www.goduquesne.comnoveMber 24 | Pittsburgh, Pa. location: pittsburgh, pa. enrollment: 10,000 conference: atlantic-10 nickname: dukes head coach: suzie mcconnell-serio career record: 35-27 (2 years) at school: 35-27 (2 years) 2008-09 record: 20-12 2008-09 conference record/ finish: 9-5/4thduquesne contact: pete mchugh Phone: (212) 854-7064 e-Mail: ptm2102@columbia.com internet: www.gocolumbialions.com noveMber 28 | reno, nev. nugget classic location: new York, n.Y. enrollment: 6,750 conference: ivy league nickname: lions head coach: paul nixon career record: 37-74 (5 years) at school: 37-74 (5 years) 2008-09 record: 13-15 2008-09 conference record/ finish: 6-8/t-4th coluMbia contact: matthew weitzel Phone: (319) 621-0991 e-Mail: matthew-weitzel@ hawkeyesports.com internet: www.hawkeyeathletics.com noveMber 27 | reno, nev. nugget classic location: iowa city, iowa enrollment: 28,705 conference: big ten nickname: hawkeyes head coach: lisa bluder career record: 525-251 (25 years) at school: 169-109 (9 years) 2008-09 record: 21-11 2008-09 conference record/ finish: 13-5/21-11 iowa 74
  • 75w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo | school info | coach/teaM info | Media infoOpponent | gaMe date/location contact: brian stanley Phone: (540) 818-6656 e-Mail: bmstanley@radford.edu internet: www.radforathletics.comdeceMber 2 | Morgantown, w.va. location: radford, va. enrollment: 9,122 conference: big south nickname: highlanders head coach: tajama ngongba career record: 10-18 (1 year) at school: 10-18 (1 year) 2008-09 record: 10-18 2008-09 conference record/ finish: 9-7/3rdradford contact: doug debiase Phone: (207) 581-3596 e-Mail: doug.debiase@umit.maine.edu internet: www.goblackbears.comdeceMber 5 | Morgantown, w.va. location: orono, maine enrollment: 11,500 conference: america east nickname: black bears head coach: cindy blodgett career record: 12-48 (2 years) at school: 12-48 (2 years) 2008-09 record: 5-25 2008-09 conference record/ finish: 3-13/9thMaine contact: kevin britton Phone: (859) 358-8359 e-Mail: kevin.britton@eku.edu internet: www.ekusportsdeceMber 8 | Morgantown, w.va. location: richmond, ky. enrollment: 16,500 conference: ohio valley nickname: lady colonels head coach: chrissy roberts career record: 7-20 (1 year) at school: 7-20 (1 year) 2008-09 record: 7-20 2008-09 conference record/ finish: 4-14/t-8theastern kentucky contact: kristen saibini Phone: (775) 412-2682 e-Mail: ksaibini@unr.edu internet: www.nevadawolfpack.com noveMber 28 | reno, nev. nugget classic location: reno, nev. enrollment: 17,000 conference: wac nickname: wolf pack head coach: Jane albright career record: 415-325 (25 years) at school: 18-14 (1 year) 2008-09 record: 18-14 2008-09 conference record/ finish: 10-6/3rd nevada
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info | school info | coach/teaM info | Media info contact: Jessica bernheim Phone: (410) 598-9848 e-Mail: Jessica@umbc.edu internet: www.umbcretrievers.comdeceMber 22 | Morgantown, w.va. location: baltimore, md. enrollment: 12,300 conference: america east nickname: retrievers head coach: phil stern career record: 174-199 (13 years) at school: 80-127 (7 years) 2008-09 record: 14-16 2008-09 conference record/ finish: 6-10/5thuMbc contact: steve schaack Phone: (559) 278-2509 e-Mail: sschaack@csufresno.edu internet: www.gobulldogs.comdeceMber 19 | Morgantown, w.va. location: fresno, calif. enrollment: 21,503 conference: western athletic nickname: bulldogs head coach: adrian wiggins career record: 135-62 (6 years) at school: 95-45 (4 years) 2008-09 record: 24-9 2008-09 conference record/ finish: 12-4/1stfresno state contact: sabrina polidoro Phone: (408) 554-4659 e-Mail: spolidoro@scu.edu internet: www.santaclarabroncos.com head coach: Jennifer mountain career record: 4-27 (1 Year) at school: same 2008-09 record: 4-27 2008-09 conference record/ finish: 1-13/8th deceMber 30 | Morgantown, w.va. location: santa clara, calif. enrollment: 8,685 conference: west coast nickname: broncos santa clara Opponent | gaMe date/location contact: kristian martin Phone: (434) 395-2718 e-Mail: martinke@longwood.edu internet: www.longwoodlancers.comdeceMber 12 | Morgantown, w.va. location: farmville, va. enrollment: 4,500 conference: nickname: lancers head coach: kristin caruso career record: 24-34 (1 year) at school: 24-34 (1 year) 2008-09 record: 8-21 2008-09 conference record/ finish: nalongwood 76
  • 77w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo | school info | coach/teaM info | Media info contact: rachel constantine Phone: (718) 990-1522 e-Mail: constanr@stjohns.edu internet: www.redstormsports.comJanuary 2 | Jamaica, n.y. location: Queens, n.Y. enrollment: 20,086 nickname: red storm head coach: kim barnes arico career record: 199-178 (13 years) at school: 105-106 (7 years) 2008-09 record: 19-15 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 4-12/13thst. John’s Opponent | gaMe date/location contact: dean kenefick Phone: (610) 519-4120 e-Mail: dean.kenefick@villanova.edu internet: www.villanova.comJanuary 12 | Morgantown, w.va. location: villanova, pa. enrollment: 6,240 nickname: wildcats head coach: harry perretta career record: 555-327 (31 years) at school: 555-327 (31 years) 2008-09 record: 19-15 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 10-6/4thvillanova contact: paul pancoe Phone: (412) 648-8240 e-Mail: ppancoe@athletics.pitt.edu internet: www.pittsburghpanthers.com January 5 | Morgantown, w.va. January 17 | Pittsburgh, Pa. location: pittsburgh, pa. enrollment: 33,574 nickname: panthers head coach: agnus berenato career record: 397-338 (24 years) at school:114-74 (6 years) 2008-09 record: 25-8 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 12-4/3rd Pitt contact: alicia powers Phone: (773) 325-4740 e-Mail: apowers1@depaul.edu internet: www.depaulbluedemons.comJanuary 9 | Morgantown, w.va. location: chicago, ill. enrollment: 23,148 nickname: blue demons head coach: doug bruno career record: 437-252 (23 years) at school: 437-252 (23 years) 2008-09 record: 23-10 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 10-6/t-6thdePaul
  • | school info | coach/teaM info | Media infoOpponent | gaMe date/location contact: dan kuberka Phone: (973) 761-9493 e-Mail: mkuberkada@shu.edu internet: www.shupirates.comJanuary 27 | Morgantown, w.va. location: south orange, n.J. enrollment: 9,700 nickname: pirates head coach: phyllis mangina career record: 343-347 (24 years) at school: 343-347 (24 years) 2008-09 record: 17-14 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 4-12/15thseton hall contact: kim pemberton Phone: (502) 852-7711 e-Mail: kapemb01@louisville.edu internet: www.uoflsports.comJanuary 30 | Morgantown, w.va. location: louisville, ky. enrollment: 22,000 nickname: cardinals head coach: Jeff walz career record: 50-15 (2 years) at school: 50-15 (2 years) 2008-09 record: 34-5 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 14-2/2ndlouisville 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info contact: bob pristash Phone: (304) 696-2418 e-Mail: pristash1@marshall.edu internet: www.herdzone.comJanuary 20 | charleston, w.va. location: huntington, w.va. enrollment: 16,326 conference: conference usa nickname: thundering herd head coach: royce chadwick career record: 520-249 (25 years) at school: 120-117 (8 years) 2008-09 record: 17-16 2008-09 conference record/ finish: 8-8/7thMarshall contact: chris masters Phone: (574) 631-8032 e-Mail: masters.5@nd.edu internet: www.und.comJanuary 24 | south bend, ind. location: south bend, ind. enrollment: 11,603 nickname: fighting irish head coach: muffet mcgraw career record: 584-238 (27 years) at school: 496-197 (27 years) 2008-09 record: 22-9 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 10-6/5thnotre daMe 78
  • contact: randy press Phone: (860) 486-3531 e-Mail: randy.press@uconn.edu internet: www.uconnhuskies.comfebruary 2 | hartford, conn. location: storrs, conn. enrollment: 28,481 nickname: huskies head coach: geno auriemma career record: 696-122 (24 years) at school: 696-122 (24 years) 2008-09 record: 39-0 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 16-0/1stconnecticut 79w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo | school info | coach/teaM info | Media infoOpponent | gaMe date/location contact: Jen rynearson Phone: (401) 865-2208 e-Mail: jrynears@providence.edu internet: www.friars.comfebruary 6 | Providence, r.i. location: providence, r.i. enrollment: 3,912 nickname: friars head coach: phil seymore career record: 43-72 (4 years) at school: 43-72 (4 years) 2008-09 record: 10-20 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 4-12/14thProvidence contact: barbara Jonas Phone: (202) 687-7155 e-Mail: bj57@georgetown.edu internet: www.guhoyas.comfebruary 13 | Morgantown, w.va. location: washington, d.c. enrollment: 13,652 nickname: hoyas head coach: terri williams-flournoy career record: 70-74 (5years) at school: 70-74 (5years) 2008-09 record: 20-14 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 7-9/10th georgetown contact: stacey brann Phone: (732) 445-4200 e-Mail: sbrann@scarletknights.com internet: www.scarletknights.comfebruary 16 | Morgantown, w.va. location: new brunswick, n.J. enrollment: 33,500 nickname: scarlet knights head coach: c. vivian stringer career record: 825-267 (38 years) at school: 305-145 (14 years) 2008-09 record: 21-13 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 9-7/7thrutgers
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info | school info | coach/teaM info | Media infoOpponent | gaMe date/location contact: Jeremy martin Phone: (513) 556-5191 e-Mail: Jeremy.martin@uc.edu internet: www.ucbearcats.comfebruary 23 | cincinnati, ohio location: cincinnati, ohio enrollment: 35,244 nickname: bearcats head coach: Jamelle elliott career record: first Year at school: first Year 2008-09 record: 14-17 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 3-13/15thcincinnati contact: amy ufnowski Phone: (414) 288-7419 e-Mail: amy.ufnowski@marquette.edu internet: www.gomarquette.comfebruary 27 | Morgantown, w.va. location: milwaukee, wisc. enrollment: 11,000 nickname: golden eagles head coach: terri mitchell career record: 255-146 (13 years) at school: 255-146 (13 years) 2008-09 record: 17-16 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 7-9/9thMarquette contact: Josh waldman Phone: (315) 443-2608 e-Mail: jmwaldma@syr.edu internet: www.suathletics.comMarch 1 | syracuse, n.y. location: syracuse, n.Y. enrollment: 11,500 nickname: orange head coach: Quentin hillsman career record: 48-44 (3 years) at school: 48-44 (3 years) 2008-09 record: 17-15 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 5-11/12thsyracuse contact: mike hogan Phone: (813) 974-4086 e-Mail: mhogan@admin.usf.edu internet: www.gousfbulls.comferuary 20 | tampa, fla. location: tampa, fla. enrollment: 43,885 nickname: bulls head coach: Jose fernandez career record: 143-133 (9 years) at school: 143-133 (9 years) 2008-09 record: 27-10 2008-09 big east record/ finish: 8-8/8thusf 80
  • 81w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Scores vs. 2009-10 oPPonents cincinnati (3-5) 1978, at pittsburgh, cincinnati, 65-60 1980, away, cincinnati, 79-63 1981, home, west virginia, 58-56 1983, away, cincinnati, 76-63 2006, away, cincinnati, 56-46 2007, home, west virginia, 61-49 2008, away, west virginia, 82-63 2009, home, cincinnati,61-55 connecticut (1-20) 1982, away, west virginia, 62-50 1996, away, connecticut, 79-47 1996, home, connecticut, 82-37 1997, home, connecticut, 91-54 1997, away, connecticut, 94-74 1998, home, connecticut, 85-68 1998, at piscataway, n.J., connecticut, 84-82 1999, away, connecticut, 116-71 2000, away, connecticut, 75-35 2000, home, connecticut, 100-28 2001, away, connecticut, 97-34 2002, home, connecticut, 89-60 2003, away, connecticut, 78-58 2004, home, connecticut, 82-57 2004, away, connecticut, 100-72 2005, home, connecticut, 71-41 2006, away, connecticut, 58-50 2006, at hartford, conn., connecticut, 50-44 2007, home, connecticut, 63-44 2008, away, connecticut, 84-48 2009, home, connecticut, 55-85 dePaul (2-4) 1981, at pittsburgh, pa., depaul, 86-79 2006, home, west virginia, 82-70 2007, away, west virginia, 74-63 2008, home, depaul, 81-80 2009, away, depaul, 56-74 2009, at hartford, conn., depaul, 75-72 (ot) duquesne (33-7) 1977, home, west virginia, 73-55 1977, away, west virginia, 77-42 1978, home, west virginia, 78-49 1979, away, duquesne, 73-65 1980, home, west virginia, 89-65 1981, away, west virginia, 70-66 1982, home, west virginia, 77-56 1983, home, west virginia, 75-46 1984, home, west virginia, 85-67 1985, away, west virginia, 90-71 1986, away, duquesne, 54-50 1986, away, west virginia, 85-54 1987, away, west virginia, 63-59 1987, home, west virginia, 89-79 1988, away, west virginia, 80-69 1988, home, west virginia, 75-58 1989, away, west virginia, 88-71 1989, home, west virginia, 83-76 1990, away, west virginia, 65-50 1990, home, west virginia, 81-53 1991, home, west virginia, 105-50 1991, away, west virginia, 80-49 1992, home, west virginia, 73-56 1992, away, west virginia, 81-65 1992, at piscataway, n.J., duquesne, 63-62 1993, home, west virginia, 90-80 1994, away, duquesne, 98-85 1994, home, west virginia, 72-69 (ot) 1995, away, duquesne, 90-73 1995, home, duquesne, 77-68 1996, away, duquesne, 89-69 1997, home, west virginia, 85-79 2002, away, west virginia, 84-81 (ot) 2003, home, west virginia, 79-53 2004, away, west virginia, 86-68 2005, home, west virginia, 74-54 2006, away, west virginia, 77-61 2007, home, west virginia, 77-42 2008, away, west virginia, 91-64 2009, home, west virginia, 59-41 eastern kentucky (0-2) 1981, away, eastern kentucky, 97-69 1982, home, eastern kentucky, 73-65 fresno state (1-0) 2009, away, west virginia, 68-63 georgetown (8-11) 1996, away, georgetown, 92-82 1996, home, georgetown, 87-84 1997, away, georgetown, 94-79 1997, at storrs, conn., georgetown, 79-60 1998, home, west virginia, 74-65 1998, away, georgetown, 79-66 1999, home, west virginia, 84-73 2000, home, georgetown, 61-43 2000, away, georgetown, 76-47 2001, away, georgetown, 88-64 2002, home, west virginia, 71-70 (ot) 2003, away, georgetown, 78-58 2004, home, west virginia, 70-61 2005, away, georgetown, 65-71 2005, home, west virginia, 73-61 2006, home, west virginia, 65-54 2007, away, west virginia, 69-47 2008, home, west virginia, 67-35 2009, away, georgetown, 79-73 (ot) longwood (2-0) 2005, home, west virginia, 81-52 2009, home, west virginia, 76-51 louisville (5-2) 2006, home, west virginia, 99-73 2006, at hartford, conn., west virginia, 54-45 2007, away, west virginia, 76-71 (ot) 2007, at hartford, conn., louisville, 68-56 2008, home, west virginia, 78-70 2008, at hartford, conn., louisville, 67-60 2009, away, west virginia, 79-70 Maine (1-0) 2005, home, west virginia, 74-59 Marquette (1-3) 2006, home, marquette, 80-75 2007, away, marquette, 50-74 2008, home, west virginia, 68-63 2009, away, marquette, 59-79 Marshall (32-15) 1974, home, marshall, 44-32 1975, away, marshall, 61-53 1975, home, marshall, 75-52 1976, home, marshall, 50-48 1976, home, marshall, 69-68 1977, away, west virginia, 53-43 1977, home, west virginia, 79-70 1978, away, west virginia, 51-50 1978, home, west virginia, 73-62 1978, home, marshall, 74-65 1978, home, west virginia, 68-56 1979, home, west virginia, 85-80 1979, away, west virginia, 66-54 1980, home, marshall, 76-75 1980, home, marshall, 84-72 1981, away, west virginia, 95-65 1981, home, west virginia, 88-64 1982, home, west virginia, 70-61 1982, home, west virginia, 80-57 1983, home, west virginia, 87-58 1983, away, west virginia, 64-49 1984, away, west virginia, 76-65 1985, home, west vigrinia, 78-71 1985, home, west virginia, 92-79 1986, away, marshall, 90-72 1987, home, west virginia, 85-82 1988, away, west virginia, 72-67 1989, at charleston, west virginia, 77-42 1990, home, west virginia, 81-39 1991, away, marshall, 70-63 1992, at charleston, west virginia, 89-73 1993, at charleston, marshall, 92-81 1994, at charleston, west virginia, 73-66 1995, at charleston, marshall, 87-72 1996, at charleston, west virginia, 76-71 1997, at charleston, west virginia, 86-78 1998, at charleston, marshall, 68-63 1999, at charleston, west virginia, 76-70 2000, at charleston, marshall, 62-51 2001, at charleston, marshall, 74-72 2002, at charleston, west virginia, 65-37 2003, at charleston, west virginia, 67-63 2004, at charleston, west virginia, 79-53 2005, at charleston, marshall, 82-76 2006, at charleston, west virginia, 72-58 2007, at charleston, west virginia, 76-54 2008, at charleston, west virginia, 58-51 2009, at charleston, west virginia, 74-65 nevada (first Meeting) notre daMe (2-16) 1996, home, notre dame, 73-55 1997, away, notre dame, 103-58 1997, home, notre dame, 80-67 1998, away, notre dame, 86-78 1999, away, notre dame, 111-90 1999, home, notre dame, 89-54 2000, away, notre dame, 75-54 2001, home, notre dame, 87-64 2002, away, notre dame, 72-63 2003, home, notre dame, 66-59 2003, away, notre dame, 69-65 2004, home, west virginia, 64-51 2005, away, notre dame, 57-82 2005, at hartford, conn., notre dame, 59-70 2006, home, notre dame, 70-58 2007, away, notre dame, 77-67 2008, home, west virginia, 56-50 2009, away, notre dame, 72-66
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Pitt (21-18) 1974, away, pitt, 44-40 1975, home, pitt, 81-57 1976, away, pitt, 73-41 1977, home, pitt, 71-60 1978, away, pitt, 70-67 1979, home, pitt, 69-67 1980, away, pitt, 80-67 1981, home, pitt, 78-67 1982, away, pitt, 75-43 1983, home, west virginia, 84-66 1984, away, pitt, 77-61 1985, home, west virginia, 77-63 1986, away, west virginia, 68-64 1987, home, west virginia, 61-56 1988, away, west virginia, 63-62 1989, home, west virginia, 67-63 1990, away, west virginia, 80-65 1992, home, west virginia, 91-63 1996, home, west virginia, 73-65 1996, away, pitt, 82-79 1997, away, west virginia, 95-86 1998, home, west virginia, 65-50 1998, away, west virginia, 86-61 1999, home, west virginia, 76-60 2000, away, pitt, 74-54 2001, home, west virginia, 65-58 2001, away, pitt, 75-67 (ot) 2002, home, west virginia, 80-63 2003, away, pitt, 67-61 2004, home, west virginia, 65-58 2004, away, west virginia, 56-36 2005, away, west virginia, 61-55 2005, at hartford, conn., west virginia 77-68 2006, home, pitt, 62-58 2007, away, west virginia, 57-46 2008, home, west virginia, 56-35 2008, away, pitt, 77-75 (ot) 2009, away, pitt, 72-63 2009, home, pitt, 72-60 Providence (15-4) 1996, home, west virginia, 87-81 1997, away, west virginia, 81-77 1997, home, west virginia, 81-73 1998, away, west virginia, 103-92 1999, away, providence, 100-95 1999, home, west virginia, 73-58 2000, away, providence, 74-64 2001, away, west virginia, 79-74 2002, home, west virginia, 65-50 2003, away, providence, 75-61 2003, home, west virginia, 61-54 2004, away, west virginia, 88-53 2005, away, west virginia, 60-45 2005, home, west virginia, 99-59 2006, away, providence, 57-55 2007, home, west virginia, 69-57 2008, away, west virginia, 63-60 2009, home, west virginia, 59-50 2009, at hartford, conn., west virginia 53-48 radford (first Meeting) rutgers (10-38) 1980, away, rutgers, 90-51 1981, home, rutgers, 83-48 1982, away, rutgers, 89-79 1983, home, rutgers, 87-85 1984, away, rutgers, 61-54 1985, home, rutgers, 72-69 1986, home, rutgers, 66-54 1986, away, rutgers, 85-65 1986, home, rutgers, 57-56 1987, away, rutgers, 82-57 1987, home, rutgers, 95-78 1988, away, rutgers, 75-53 1988, home, rutgers, 78-73 1989, home, rutgers, 91-70 1989, away, rutgers, 78-59 1990, home, rutgers, 87-71 1990, away, rutgers, 80-64 1991, away, rutgers, 95-77 1991, home, west virginia, 89-78 1992, away, west virginia, 71-69 1992, home, west virginia, 88-65 1993, away, rutgers, 80-68 1993, home, rutgers, 76-75 1993, away, rutgers, 71-66 1994, home, rutgers, 101-69 1994, away, rutgers, 98-85 1995, away, rutgers, 100-71 1995, home, rutgers, 80-65 1995, at philadelphia, pa., rutgers, 89-69 1996, away, west virginia, 75-63 1997, home, west virginia, 65-56 1997, away, west virginia, 62-57 1998, home rutgers, 76-63 1999, away, rutgers, 73-54 1999, home, rutgers, 88-59 2000, home, rutgers, 55-49 2001, away, rutgers, 74-50 2001, home, rutgers, 67-53 2002, home, west virginia, 65-49 2003, away, rutgers, 65-50 2004, home, west virginia, 80-71 2004, at hartford, conn., rutgers, 61-51 2005, away, rutgers, 70-49 2006, home, rutgers, 54-41 2006, at hartford, conn., west virginia, 56-40 2007, away, rutgers, 55-49 2008, home, west virginia, 63-54 2009, away, rutgers, 44-60 st. John’s (16-4) 1996, home, west virginia, 63-57 1996, away, west virginia, 71-66 1997, home, west virginia, 73-70 1998, home, west virginia, 65-43 1998, away, west virginia, 63-55 1999, away, st. John’s, 82-71 2000, home, st. John’s, 61-55 2001, home, west virginia, 81-63 2001, away, st. John’s, 66-41 2002, away, west virginia, 69-47 2003, home, west virginia, 68-59 2004, away, west virginia, 69-67 2004, at hartford, conn., west virginia, 84-59 2005, home, west virginia, 84-58 2005, home, west virginia, 68-63 2006, away, st. John’s, 74-69 2006, at hartford, conn., west virginia, 55-49 2007, home, west virginia, 66-42 2008, away, west virginia, 68-44 2009, home, west virginia, 63-61 santa clara (1-0) 2009, away, west virginia, 72-54 seton hall (9-12) 1983, away, seton hall, 66-52 1996, home, west virginia, 67-50 1997, away, west virginia, 74-59 1997, home, west virginia, 81-70 1997, at storrs, conn., west virginia, 73-66 1998, away, seton hall, 86-81 1998, at piscataway, n.J., west virginia, 67-65 1999, home, seton hall, 62-61 1999, away, west virginia, 78-70 2000, away, seton hall, 58-49 2000, home, seton hall, 58-55 2001, home, seton hall, 62-47 2002, away, seton hall, 68-52 2003, home, seton hall, 54-50 2004, away, seton hall, 50-57 2005, away, seton hall, 55-66 2005, home, west virginia, 64-56 2006, away, seton hall, 67-61 (ot) 2007, home, west virginia, 79-54 2008, away, west virginia, 70-42 2009, home, seton hall, 47-55 syracuse (11-8) 1996, away, west virginia, 86-68 1996, at storrs, conn., syracuse, 95-78 1997, away, west virginia, 93-69 1997, home, syracuse, 83-72 1998, home, syracuse, 99-93 1999, home, west virginia, 76-70 1999, away, syracuse, 102-88 2001, home, syracuse, 93-54 2000, away, west virginia, 65-63 2002, away, syracuse, 74-46 2002, at piscataway, n.J., syracuse, 80-60 2003, home, west virginia, 77-74, (ot) 2004, away, west virginia, 69-57 2004, home, west virginia, 56-36 2005, home, west virginia, 81-50 2006, away, west virginia, 74-52 2007, home, west virginia, 67-49 2008, away, syracuse, 73-51 2009, home, west virginia, 69-68 towson (3-0) 1979, home, west virginia, 76-65 2000, home, west virginia, 81-65 2001, away, west virginia, 64-50 uMbc (1-0) 2002, home, west virginia, 69-45 usf (4-1) 2006, away, south florida, 66-56 2007, home, west virginia, 73-64 2008, away, west virginia, 79-73 2008, at hartford, conn., west virginia, 64-42 2009, home, west virginia, 90-75 villanova (7-18) 1978, home, west virginia, 83-76 1979, away, villanova, 71-64 1980, home, west virginia, 81-77 1981, away, villanova, 91-59 1996, away, villanova, 75-61 1997, home, west virginia, 68-46 1997, away, villanova, 59-53 1998, home, west virginia, 59-55 1999, home, villanova, 71-56 1999, away, villanova, 65-60 2000, home, villanova, 62-50 2001, away, villanova, 98-60 2002, away, villanova, 59-44 2002, home, villanova, 88-45 2003, home, villanova, 53-43 2004, away, villanova, 67-74 2004, at hartford, conn., west virginia, 58-47 2005, away, villanova, 52-58 2005, home, villanova, 51-52 2006, away, villanova, 75-59 2006, home, villanova, 69-56 2007, away, villanova, 70-64 (2ot) 2007, home, west virginia, 59-45 2008, home, west virginia, 76-55 2009, away, villanova, 54-52 82
  • m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 83 2008-09 Season review 2008-09 season review ..................................... 84 2008-09 teaM statistics .................................... 85 statistical totals ............................................ 85 Points - rebounds - assists ............................. 86 GaMe-by-GaMe results .................................... 86 GaMe-by-GaMe starters .................................. 87 Postseason notes ............................................ 88 season HiGHs and lows ................................... 89 Player HiGHs ..................................................... 90 senior recaPs ................................................... 91
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info 2008-09 in review the 2008-09 wvu women’s basketball season will arguably go down in school annals as coach mike carey’s best coaching performance. after a rash of season-ending injuries knocked out three key players by only game seven of the season, carey was reduced to just eight healthy players, four of which only had division i basketball experience. the result was an 18-win season, a second round wnit appearance and the highest-ranked road victory in school history against a national power. and along the way liz repella, sarah miles and natalie burton came into their own, showing that the future was extremely bright. wvu started off the season winning seven of its first eight contests, and 10 of its first 12 before non-conference play got underway, which included a two-game road trip out west against fresno state and santa clara. in league play, the mountaineers stumbled out of the gate, going 1-7 with a lone win coming over st. John’s, as attrition wore the team down. heading into a matchup at no. 5 louisville, the nation’s eventual national runner-up, no one expected much out of the mountaineers. but in a david vs. goliath moment, the mountaineers knocked off the cardinals, 79-70, by scoring 54 second half points. later on, the mountaineers defeated usf, the eventual wnit champion, at home 90-75 and defeated coppin state 70-40 in opening round action of the wnit. the coppin state win marked carey’s 150th victory at wvu. senior guard granberry and repella became the second set of teammates in school history to score 500 or more points in the same season. granberry, who garnered all-big east second team honors, also set a new single season school record by hitting 94 3-pointers, breaking kate bulger’s previous mark of 92 set in 2003-04. granberry also set a single game 3-point field goal percentage mark of 88.9% (8-9) in wvu’s victory over new Jersey tech. repella, an all-big east second team performer as well, became the fourth mountaineer in school annals to tally 500 points and record 250 rebounds in the same season. an espn the magazine all-district ii first team honoree, repella also garnered the big east’s scholar-athlete sport excellence award which recognizes academic and athletic achievements as well as community service. sarah miles had a breakout season and was named the big east’s most improved player of the Year and garnered the league’s player of the week honor for her 22-point and 10-rebound effort in helping to knock off louisville. ashley powell finished her career third in assists and second in career games played, while freshman natalie burton, who was projected to garner a redshirt after coming to the mountaineers from australia, obtained key experience in her true freshman season as she appeared in all 33 contests with 31 starts. despite the rash of injuries, carey made best with what he had and in the end the mountaineers salvaged what could have been a disaster, due to the injury bug, and posted a respectable season. wvu has won four straight capital classics and seven of the last eight. 84
  • Team statistics teaM statistics wvu oPP scorinG ............................2160 ........... 1982 points per game .................. 65.5 .................60.1 scoring margin .................. +5.4 .....................-- Field Goals-att .............. 781-1947 ...701-1802 field goal pct ...................... .401 ..................389 3 Point FG-att ............... 197-602 .....160-529 3-point fg pct ..................... .327 ..................302 3-pt fg made per game ....... 6.0 ....................4.8 Free throws-att ............. 401-663 .....420-622 free throw pct .................... .605 ..................675 f-throws made per game ... 12.2 .................12.7 rebounds ..........................1316 ........... 1214 rebounds per game ............ 39.9 .................36.8 rebounding margin ........... +3.1 .....................-- assists ................................411 .............. 371 assists per game ................. 12.5 .................11.2 teaM statistics wvu oPP turnovers ...........................554 .............. 603 turnovers per game ............ 16.8 .................18.3 turnover margin ................ +1.5 .....................-- assist/turnover ratio ............ 0.7 ....................0.6 steals .................................306 .............. 245 steals per game ................... 9.3 ....................7.4 blocKs................................82 ............... 128 blocks per game ................... 2.5 ....................3.9 winninG streaK ..................0 ....................-- home win streak ................... 2 ........................-- attendance .....................26539 .........55694 home games-avg/game ...17-1561 ........ 11-2881 neutral site-avg/game ............- ................ 5-4801 score by Periods ...... 1st ....2nd ....ot... total wvu ........................1035 ...1100.....25 .....2160 opponents ................903 ....1053.....26 .....1982 85w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 2008-09 statistical totals record ..................overall .... Home ....away ....neutral all Games .....................18-15 ......... 11-6 .........3-8 ............4-1 conference ...................5-11 ............4-4 ..........1-7 ............0-0 non-conference ..........13-4 ............7-2 ..........2-1 ............4-1 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 10 rePella, liz ..............33 ......33 ....1173 ....35.5 ...190 .... 492 .... .386 ......66 .... 196 ... .337......97 ..... 151.... .642 .....89 ......179 ... 268..... 8.1 ......104 ...... 5 ........44 ......78 .......21 ......64 .....543 ... 16.5 conference-only ........16 ......16 .....589 .....36.8 ....90 ..... 239 .... .377 ......32 ..... 93 .... .344......43 ...... 63..... .683 .....39 .......84 .... 123..... 7.7 .......55 ....... 3 ........16 ......37 ........8 .......30 .....255 ... 15.9 21 Granberry, takisha ...33 ......33 ....1113 ....33.7 ...186 .... 476 .... .391 ......94 .... 247 ... .381......64 ..... 110.... .582 .....83 ......146 ... 229..... 6.9 .......97 ....... 2 ........50 ......91 .......18 ......57 .....530 ... 16.1 conference-only ........16 ......16 .....548 .....34.2 ....90 ..... 241 .... .373 ......51 .... 133 ... .383......29 ...... 48..... .604 .....26 .......62 ..... 88 ...... 5.5 .......51 ....... 2 ........21 ......44 ........8 .......27 .....260 ... 16.3 5 Miles, sarah .............33 ......33 ....1139 ....34.5 ...150 .... 329 .... .456 .......5 ...... 33 .... .152......97 ..... 136.... .713 .....44 ......130 ... 174..... 5.3 .......88 ....... 3 ........96 .....109 ......12 ......70 .....402 ... 12.2 conference-only ........16 ......16 .....582 .....36.4 ....76 ..... 176 .... .432 .......4 ...... 25 .... .160......47 ...... 62..... .758 .....20 .......60 ..... 80 ...... 5.0 .......50 ....... 2 ........42 ......55 ........2 .......34 .....203 ... 12.7 23 Powell, ashley ........32 ......32 ....1061 ....33.2 ....88 ..... 236 .... .373 ......10 ..... 38 .... .263......62 ..... 113.... .549 .....21 ......111 ... 132..... 4.1 .......86 ....... 2 .......176 ....147 .......1 .......49 .....248 .....7.8 conference-only ........15 ......15 .....504 .....33.6 ....35 ..... 115 .... .304 .......7 ...... 27 .... .259......33 ...... 58..... .569 .....12 .......62 ..... 74 ...... 4.9 .......46 ....... 2 ........70 ......59 ........0 .......19 .....110 .....7.3 12 House, vanessa .........7 ........0 ......113 .....16.1 ....17 ...... 35 ..... .486 .......6 ...... 19 .... .316.......6 ........ 7 ...... .857 ......9 .........8 ...... 17 ...... 2.4 ........8 ........ 0 .........3 .......10 ........0 ........8 .......46 ......6.6 conference-only .........0 ........0 ........0 ........0.0 ......0 ........ 0 ...... .000 .......0 ........0...... .000.......0 ........ 0 ...... .000 ......0 .........0 ....... 0 ....... 0.0 ........0 ........ 0 .........0 ........ 0 .........0 ........0 ........0 .......0.0 44 ali, Madina ................2 ........2 .......37 ......18.5 .....4 ....... 12 ..... .333 .......0 ........0...... .000.......3 ........ 6 ...... .500 ......6 .........6 ...... 12 ...... 6.0 ........6 ........ 0 .........2 ........ 6 .........1 ........4 .......11 ......5.5 conference-only .........0 ........0 ........0 ........0.0 ......0 ........ 0 ...... .000 .......0 ........0...... .000.......0 ........ 0 ...... .000 ......0 .........0 ....... 0 ....... 0.0 ........0 ........ 0 .........0 ........ 0 .........0 ........0 ........0 .......0.0 35 burton, natalie ......33 ......31 .....948 .....28.7 ....70 ..... 139 .... .504 .......0 ........0...... .000......18 ...... 61..... .295 .....91 .......72 .... 163..... 4.9 .......64 ....... 0 ........11 ......44 .......15 ......19 .....158 .....4.8 conference-only ........16 ......16 .....500 .....31.3 ....33 ...... 67 ..... .493 .......0 ........0...... .000.......9 ....... 35..... .257 .....45 .......32 ..... 77 ...... 4.8 .......39 ....... 0 .........6 .......15 ........9 ........9 .......75 ......4.7 13 sanabria, alex ........33 .......1 ......474 .....14.4 ....38 ..... 130 .... .292 ......14 ..... 60 .... .233......22 ...... 30..... .733 .....24 .......43 ..... 67 ...... 2.0 .......56 ....... 0 ........20 ......20 ........3 .......22 .....112 .....3.4 conference-only ........16 .......1 ......262 .....16.4 ....20 ...... 71 ..... .282 .......8 ...... 29 .... .276......10 ...... 16..... .625 .....13 .......20 ..... 33 ...... 2.1 .......35 ....... 0 ........13 ......12 ........1 .......11 ......58 ......3.6 1 diXon, dominique ...32 .......0 ......263 ......8.2 .....19 ...... 50 ..... .380 .......2 ........9...... .222......17 ...... 26..... .654 .....13 .......18 ..... 31 ...... 1.0 .......23 ....... 0 .........6 .......14 ........2 ........7 .......57 ......1.8 conference-only ........16 .......0 ......102 ......6.4 ......4 ....... 18 ..... .222 .......0 ........2...... .000.......7 ....... 12..... .583 ......6 .........8 ...... 14 ...... 0.9 .......12 ....... 0 .........2 ........ 8 .........0 ........3 .......15 ......0.9 32 Fullard, cynthia ....30 .......0 ......268 ......8.9 .....12 ...... 32 ..... .375 .......0 ........0...... .000......14 ...... 22..... .636 .....23 .......39 ..... 62 ...... 2.1 .......48 ....... 0 .........2 .......16 ........6 ........6 .......38 ......1.3 conference-only ........15 .......0 ......135 ......9.0 ......4 ....... 12 ..... .333 .......0 ........0...... .000.......6 ....... 10..... .600 ......8 ........17 ..... 25 ...... 1.7 .......29 ....... 0 .........2 ........ 6 .........3 ........2 .......14 ......0.9 25 KeeHan, amanda.....12 .......0 .......86 .......7.2 ......7 ....... 16 ..... .438 .......0 ........0...... .000.......1 ........ 1 ..... 1.000.....3 .........6 ....... 9 ....... 0.8 .......17 ....... 0 .........1 ........ 7 .........3 ........0 .......15 ......1.3 conference-only .........3 ........0 ........4 ........1.3 ......0 ........ 1 ...... .000 .......0 ........0...... .000.......0 ........ 0 ...... .000 ......0 .........0 ....... 0 ....... 0.0 ........2 ........ 0 .........0 ........ 1 .........0 ........0 ........0 .......0.0 teaM ................................................................................................................................................................................87 ....... 65 .....152 .... 4.6 ........2 ..............................12 ..............................0 conference-only... ............................................................................................................................................................42 ....... 29 ......71 ..... 4.4 ........2 ............................... 8 ...............................0 total.......... ......................33 .........................................781 .. 1947 .... .401.....197 .....602 .....327 .....401 .....663 ... .605 ...493 ......823 ... 1316 .. 39.9 ..... 599 .......12 .....411 .....554 ......82 ...... 306 ...2160 ...65.5 conference-only... ..........16 .........................................352 ....940 ..... .374.....102 .....309 .....330 .....184 .....304 ... .605 ...211 ......374 .....585 ... 36.6 ..... 321 ........9 ......172 .....245 ......31 ...... 135 ....990 ....61.9 opponents...... ................33 .........................................701 .. 1802 .... .389.....160 .....529 .....302 .....420 .....622 ... .675 ...391 ......823 ... 1214 .. 36.8 ..... 575 ........ - ......371 .....603 .....128 ..... 245 ...1982 ...60.1 conference-only... ..........16 .........................................378 ....894 ..... .423......89 ......247 .....360 .....242 .....345 ... .701 ...202 ......444 .....646 ... 40.4 ..... 266 ........4 ......194 .....262 ......76 ...... 107 ...1087 ...67.9 score by Periods ......1st .........2nd .......ot ........total wvu............................... 1035 ......... 1100 ......... 25........... 2160 opponents .................... 903 .......... 1053 ......... 26........... 1982 deadball rebounds ...........oFF ........ deF .... total wvu............................................109 ............ 2 ........... 111 opponents .................................87 ............. 3 ............ 90 liz repella
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Points-rebounds-Assists Game-By-Game results date oPPonent w/l score attend HiGH Points HiGH rebounds 11-14-08 nccu w 70-31 882 (13)powell, ashley (7)repella, liz (7)granberrY, takisha (7)burton, natalie 11/16/08 .................... iona .......................l ....... 44-52 ............... 878 ............. (12)granberrY, takisha ............. (9)granberrY, takisha 11/18/08 ............northeastern.............. w ....... 79-42 ............... 566 ................... (23)repella, liz ............................. (14)repella, liz 11/22/08 fiu w 67-59 (ot) 769 (24)granberrY, takisha (10)granberrY, takisha (10)repella, liz 11/28/08 ...................vs nJit ..................... w ....... 76-42 .............. 1513 ............ (30)granberrY, takisha ....................... (11)repella, liz 11/29/08 .................vs brown ................... w ....... 66-49 .............. 1381 .................. (15)repella, liz ................. (11)granberrY, takisha 12/3/08 ............... mercYhurst ............... w ....... 88-38 ............... 578 ................... (27)miles, sarah .............................(10)miles, sarah 12/7/08 ................. duQuesne ................. w ....... 59-41 ............... 752 ................... (21)repella, liz ................. (13)granberrY, takisha 12/13/08 ................. indiana ....................l ....... 73-77 .............. 1031 ............ (22)granberrY, takisha ............. (9)granberrY, takisha 12/20/08 .............. at fresno st. ................ w ....... 68-63 .............. 2063 ............ (20)granberrY, takisha ....................... (13)repella, liz 12/22/08 ............. at santa clara ............... w ....... 72-54 ............... 328 ................... (23)repella, liz ............................... (6)repella, liz 12/30/08 ...............longwood ................. w ....... 76-51 .............. 1366 .................. (22)miles, sarah ............................... (9)repella, liz 01/04/09 ................... at pitt ......................l ....... 63-72 .............. 4528 ............ (22)granberrY, takisha ............. (8)granberrY, takisha 1/7/09 ................... cincinnati ..................l ....... 55-61 ............... 571 ................... (19)repella, liz ............................. (13)repella, liz 01/10/09 ............. connecticut ................l ....... 55-85 .............. 3167 ............ (17)granberrY, takisha ................... (6)burton, natalie 1/14/08 ................. vs marshall ................. w ....... 74-65 .............. 2874 .................. (23)miles, sarah ................... (8)granberrY, takisha 01/17/09 ...............at villanova ..................l ....... 52-54 ............... 711 ............. (16)granberrY, takisha ......................... (5)repella, liz (5)powell, ashley 01/20/08 ................ at rutgers ...................l ....... 44-60 .............. 2292 ............ (13)granberrY, takisha ......................... (6)repella, liz 1/24/09 ..................st. John’s .................. w ....... 63-61 .............. 3252 .................. (13)miles, sarah ............................. (12)repella, liz (13)repella, liz (13)granberrY, takisha 01/31/09 .................at depaul....................l ....... 56-74 .............. 2998 .................. (19)repella, liz ..........................(8)powell, ashley 2/4/09 ...................seton hall..................l ....... 47-55 ............... 582 ................... (20)miles, sarah ................. (10)granberrY, takisha 2/7/09 ................. at louisville ............... w ....... 79-70 .............. 7453 ............ (27)granberrY, takisha ....................... (14)repella, liz 2/10/09 ................ providence ................ w ....... 59-50 ............... 530 ................... (19)miles, sarah ............................. (12)repella, liz 02/15/09 ..............at marquette .................l ....... 59-79 .............. 3117 .................. (20)repella, liz ....................... (10)burton, natalie 02/18/09 ............ at georgetown ...............l .... 73-79 (ot) ............ 543 ............. (31)granberrY, takisha ......................... (9)repella, liz 2/21/09 ....................... usf ....................... w ....... 90-75 .............. 6232 .................. (34)repella, liz ............................. (13)repella, liz 2/24/09 .......................pitt ........................l ....... 60-72 .............. 1275 .................. (17)repella, liz ................... (6)granberrY, takisha ............................ (6)powell, ashley ............................ (6)burton, natalie 2/28/09 .................. sYracuse .................. w ....... 69-68 .............. 3257 ............ (17)granberrY, takisha ................. (10)burton, natalie 03/02/09 .............at notre dame ................l ....... 66-72 .............. 5692 ............ (21)granberrY, takisha ......................... (9)repella, liz 03/06/09 ............. vs providence ............... w ....... 53-48 .............. 9093 ............ (19)granberrY, takisha ....................... (10)repella, liz 3/7/09 .................... vs depaul ...................l .... 72-75 (ot) ........... 9146 .................. (21)repella, liz ............................... (9)repella, liz (21)miles, sarah 3/19/09 ............... coppin state ............... w ....... 70-40 ............... 851 ................... (27)repella, liz ............................. (10)repella, liz 3/21/09 ................. at st. bona. ..................l ....... 63-68 .............. 1962 ............ (22)granberrY, takisha ........... (10)granberrY, takisha 01 05 10 12 13 21 23 25 32 35 44 oPPonent ......................... date ...........score ........w/l ................. diXon .............Miles .......... rePella ............House .........sanabria ......Granberry .......Powell .......... KeeHan ........ Fullard ..........burton .............ali nccu.................................... 11-14-08 ..........70-31 ...........w ......................11-4-0 ................6-7-1 ................6-7-1 ................. 7-4-1 ............... 2-1-1 ............... 11-7-2...............13-2-5 ................2-2-0 ...............2-4-0 ..................4-7-0 .............. 6-4-1 iona .................................... 11/16/08 ..........44-52 ............l ........................0-0-0 ................10-7-1 ..............11-6-1 ................ 0-3-0 ............... 0-1-0 ............... 12-9-1................4-3-7 ..................dnp ................. dnp ...................2-7-0 .............. 5-8-1 northeastern .................. 11/18/08 ..........79-42 ...........w .......................2-1-0 ................12-6-2 .............23-14-1 .............. 12-2-1 .............. 6-2-0 ................ 8-9-1 .................5-6-9 .................2-1-0 ...............1-2-0 ..................8-5-0 ................ dnp fiu ....................................... 11/22/08 ..........67-59 .........wot .....................3-2-0 .................2-4-4 ..............21-10-1 ............... 8-4-1 ............... 0-0-0 .............. 24-10-3...............9-4-6 .................0-1-0 ...............0-0-0 ..................0-6-0 ................ dnp vs nJit ................................. 11/28/08 ..........76-42 ...........w .......................3-4-1 .................4-4-3 ..............10-11-3 .............. 14-0-0 .............. 3-2-1 .............. 30-10-1..............4-2-10 ................0-0-0 ...............2-1-0 ..................6-9-0 ................ dnp vs brown ............................. 11/29/08 ..........66-49 ...........w .......................2-0-0 .................6-3-7 ...............15-7-6 ................ 5-3-0 ............... 8-1-1 .............. 11-11-1...............4-0-2 .................2-0-0 ................ dnp ..................13-4-1 ............... dnp mercYhurst ....................... 12/3/08 ...........88-38 ...........w ......................11-3-1 ..............27-10-1 .............16-6-1 ................ 0-1-0 ............... 4-3-0 ................ 8-5-2 ................8-3-11 ................2-2-0 ...............8-6-0 ..................4-6-1 ................ dnp duQuesne ........................... 12/7/08 ...........59-41 ...........w .......................5-1-0 .................4-1-4 ..............21-12-0 ................ dnp................. 2-3-0 .............. 10-13-3..............10-6-7 ................5-1-0 ...............0-2-0 ..................2-3-0 ................ dnp indiana .............................. 12/13/08 ..........73-77 ............l ........................0-0-1 ................19-8-3 ..............20-5-1 ................. dnp................. 0-1-0 ............... 22-9-2................8-3-2 .................2-2-1 ...............0-0-0 ..................2-1-0 ................ dnp at fresno state .................... 12/20/08 ..........68-63 ...........w .......................0-0-0 .................6-7-3 ..............11-13-0 ................ dnp................. 6-3-1 ............... 20-9-1...............13-2-5 .................dnp ................6-7-0 ..................6-5-0 ................ dnp at santa clara ...................... 12/22/08 ..........72-54 ...........w .......................0-0-0 .................6-2-9 ...............23-6-0 ................. dnp................ 11-3-1 .............. 21-4-0...............10-5-3 ................0-0-0 ...............1-3-0 ..................0-4-0 ................ dnp longwood ......................... 12/30/08 ..........76-51 ...........w .......................2-2-1 ................22-7-4 ..............19-9-1 ................. dnp................. 7-4-0 ............... 13-7-0................4-6-7 ..................dnp ................1-5-0 ..................8-7-0 ................ dnp at pitt ................................... 01/04/09 ..........63-72 ............l ........................0-1-0 ................12-4-3 ..............18-4-1 ................. dnp................. 3-2-2 ............... 22-8-3................0-3-7 .................0-0-0 ...............0-1-0 ..................8-4-0 ................ dnp cincinnati .............................1/7/09 ............55-61 ............l ........................0-1-0 ................14-4-3 .............19-13-1 ................ dnp................. 2-3-0 ............... 14-6-1................4-3-4 .................0-0-0 ...............2-6-0 ..................0-3-0 ................ dnp connecticut ...................... 01/10/09 ..........55-85 ............l ........................0-0-0 ................14-2-1 ..............15-5-1 ................. dnp................. 5-2-0 ............... 17-2-1................0-4-1 .................0-0-0 ...............2-4-0 ..................2-6-0 ................ dnp vs marshall ........................... 1/14/08 ...........74-65 ...........w .......................2-0-0 ................23-3-1 ..............14-3-3 ................. dnp................. 3-1-0 ............... 17-8-5...............12-5-5 .................dnp ................3-3-0 ..................0-0-1 ................ dnp at villanova .......................... 01/17/09 ..........52-54 ............l ........................2-1-0 ................10-4-3 ..............11-5-0 ................. dnp................. 4-0-0 ............... 16-3-2................7-5-3 ..................dnp ................2-3-0 ..................0-0-0 ................ dnp at rutgers ............................ 01/20/08 ..........44-60 ............l ........................0-0-0 ................10-2-2 ...............9-6-0 .................. dnp................. 1-1-0 ............... 13-3-1................9-1-2 ..................dnp ................2-5-0 ..................0-0-0 ................ dnp st. John’s............................. 1/24/09 ...........63-61 ...........w .......................0-0-1 ................13-8-3 .............13-12-1 ................ dnp................. 2-1-1 ............... 13-6-0...............10-8-3 .................dnp ................4-1-0 ..................8-9-1 ................ dnp at depaul ............................. 01/31/09 ..........56-74 ............l ........................1-1-0 ................10-1-1 ..............19-6-2 ................. dnp................. 0-0-0 ............... 15-6-0................5-8-4 ..................dnp ................0-1-1 ..................6-4-1 ................ dnp seton hall............................2/4/09 ............47-55 ............l ........................1-2-1 ................20-5-0 ..............13-3-1 ................. dnp................. 2-3-2 ............... 4-10-1................3-2-1 ..................dnp ................0-3-1 ..................4-0-2 ................ dnp at louisville .........................2/7/09 ............79-70 ...........w .......................0-0-0 ...............22-10-4 ............15-14-2 ................ dnp................. 5-0-0 ............... 27-6-2................9-6-6 ..................dnp ................0-0-0 ..................1-2-0 ................ dnp providence......................... 2/10/09 ...........59-50 ...........w .......................0-0-0 ................19-8-1 .............13-12-1 ................ dnp................. 5-0-0 ................ 7-5-0 ................13-3-8 .................dnp ................0-0-0 ..................2-8-0 ................ dnp at marquette ....................... 02/15/09 ..........59-79 ............l ........................0-0-0 ................14-4-1 ..............20-6-0 ................. dnp................. 1-0-0 ............... 14-4-1................8-6-4 ..................dnp ................0-1-0 .................2-10-0 ............... dnp at georgetown .................... 02/18/09 ..........73-79 ..........lot ......................4-4-0 .................7-1-2 ...............19-9-2 ................. dnp................. 4-3-2 ............... 31-4-2................2-3-3 ..................dnp ................2-0-0 ..................4-8-1 ................ dnp usf ....................................... 2/21/09 ...........90-75 ...........w .......................3-1-0 .................8-6-6 ..............34-13-2 ................ dnp................. 5-3-2 ............... 13-8-0...............19-9-7 .................dnp ................ 0-0-0 ..................8-4-0 ................ dnp pitt ...................................... 2/24/09 ...........60-72 ............l ........................0-1-0 .................8-5-4 ...............17-4-0 ................. dnp................. 4-4-0 ............... 16-6-3................5-6-7 ..................dnp ................. dnp ..................10-6-0 ............... dnp sYracuse............................. 2/28/09 ...........69-68 ...........w .......................0-1-0 ................10-9-4 ...............7-2-1 .................. dnp................. 9-3-1 ............... 17-4-0..............16-7-10 ................dnp ................0-0-0 ................10-10-1 .............. dnp at notre dame ..................... 03/02/09 ..........66-72 ............l ........................4-1-0 ................12-7-4 ..............13-9-1 ................. dnp................. 6-8-3 ............... 21-7-4................. dnp ...................dnp ................0-0-0 .................10-3-0 ............... dnp vs providence ...................... 03/06/09 ..........53-48 ...........w .......................0-0-0 .................8-8-4 ..............15-10-1 ................ dnp................. 0-2-1 ............... 19-6-2................1-2-5 ..................dnp ................0-0-0 .................10-8-0 ............... dnp vs depaul ................................3/7/09 ............72-75 ..........lot ......................0-0-0 ................21-8-2 ..............21-9-4 ................. dnp................. 0-3-0 ............... 12-5-2...............12-4-5 .................dnp ................0-0-0 ..................6-7-0 ................ dnp coppin state ....................... 3/19/09 ...........70-40 ...........w .......................1-0-0 ................10-5-5 .............27-10-2 ................ dnp................. 0-3-1 ............... 10-9-2...............14-2-6 .................dnp ................0-3-0 ..................8-5-0 ................ dnp at st. bonaventure ............... 3/21/09 ...........63-68 ............l .........................dnp .................13-4-0 ..............15-7-2 ................. dnp................. 2-1-0 .............. 22-10-1..............7-3-11 .................dnp ................0-1-0 ..................4-2-2 ................ dnp attendance suMMary ............GaMes ......... totals .... avG/GaMe home ................................ 17 ................. 26539 ..................1561 awaY ................................ 11 ................. 31687 ..................2881 neutral ............................ 5 .................. 24007 ..................4801 TOTAL ....................33 .......... 82233 ........ 2492 taKisha granBerrY 86
  • 87w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo opponent Point Guard Guard Guard Forward center nccu...........................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ...................madina ali iona ............................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ...................madina ali northeastern ..............................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton florida int’l .................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton vs. new Jersey tech ....................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton vs. brown ...................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton mercyhurst .................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton duquesne ...................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton indiana .......................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton at fresno state ...........................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton at santa clara .............................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton longwood ..................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton at pitt ..........................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton cincinnati ...................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton connecticut ................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton vs. marshall ................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton at villanova .................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton at rutgers ...................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton st. John’s .....................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton st. John’s .....................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton at depaul ....................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton seton hall ...................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton at louisville ................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton providence .................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton at marquette ..............................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton at georgetown ...........................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton usf .............................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton pitt ..............................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton syracuse .....................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton at notre dame ..............................sarah miles .......................alex sanabria ........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton vs. providence ............................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton vs. depaul ...................................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton coppin state ...............................ashley powell .......................sarah miles..........................liz repella .................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton at st. bonaventure. ....................ashley powell .......................sarah miles......................... lilz repella ................... takisha granberry ................natalie burton 2008-09 record wHen starters are: powell, miles, repella, granberry, ali: 1-1 powell, miles, repella, granberry, burton: 17-13 miles, sanabria, repella, granberry, burton: 0-1 Game-By-Game starters
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Postseason notes History Made witH uPset at no. 5 louisville west virginia’s win at no. 5 louisville was chalk full of history for the mountaineers. here’s a look at what the mountaineers accomplished in the win at freedom hall. • Defeated highest ranked road team in program history. • Defeated second-highest ranked opponent in school history (no. 4 rutgers last year). • Marked the 10th nationally ranked team the mountaineers have defeated under eighth-year coach mike carey. • Third top five opponent defeated under Coach mike carey. • WVU snapped Louisville’s 19-game home winning streak. • WVU is now a perfect 4-0 against Louisville in regular season play and 5-2 all-time in series play. • wvu has won both of its games at louisville and both have now come against ranked cardinals teams. PoundinG tHe Glass west virginia hit the glass early and often in the 2008-09 season. wvu held a +3.1 rebounding margin and grabbed 54 rebounds against usf, 52 52 against north carolina central and northeastern, 51 against longwood and 50 in the win at fresno state. the mountaineers grabbed 49 against mercyhurst, 48 against duquesne, 47 in the loss to iona, 46 against fiu and 45 against new Jersey tech. of its 1,316 total rebounds, 493 were offensive, including seven games of 20 or more offensive rebounds. wvu’s 493 offensive rebounds were the third-most in school history. HoMe success under carey the mountaineers are 84-25 all-time in the wvu coliseum under the tutelage of mike carey, including a dominant 43-3 mark under the clarksburg native against non-conference opponents. last season wvu was 11-1 at home and, dating back to 2006-07, has won 35 of its last 43 contests at home (loss to connecticut-2007, loss to depaul-2008), including 18 of its last 24 in the big east, including its 63-54 win over no. 4 rutgers Jan. 29, its 56-35 victory over no. 18/18 pitt on feb. 13, and its 56-50 over no. 14/14 notre dame, Jan. 13, last season. wvu has yet to have a losing season at home under carey. Home records under carey 2008-09 ................................................... 11-6 (.647) 2007-08 ................................................... 11-1 (.917) 2006-07 ................................................... 13-1 (.929) 2005-06 ..................................................... 7-6 (.538) 2004-05 ................................................... 14-3 (.824) 2003-04 ................................................... 10-2 (.833) 2002-03 ..................................................... 9-3 (.750) 2001-02 ..................................................... 9-3 (.750) Granberry’s Grand day senior takisha granberry was lights out from 3-point range in wvu’s 76-42 victory over new Jersey tech in opening round action of the dead river company classic in orono, maine. the charlotte, n.c., native was so lights out, in fact, she set a new school record for 3-point field goal percentage based on a minimum of seven attempts. for her efforts, she went on to win mvp honors in that tournament. single Game 3-Point Field Goals Made 9 ....christie lambert ....................providence - 1/21/98 8 ....takisha granberry ...........................nJit - 11/28/08 8 ....meg bulger ...................cleveland state - 12/19/05 8 ....christie lambert ............ st. bonaventure - 2/23/95 8 ....kate bulger ................................... miami - 2/28/04 aGainst tHe nationally ranKed under the direction of coach mike carey, wvu has defeated 10 ranked teams since 2001-02, including a 79-70 win at no. 5 louisville last season - the highest ranked road team wvu has ever defeated. two seasons ago, wvu defeated three ranked foes including a 63-54 home victory over no. 4 rutgers, a 56-50 win over no. 14 notre dame and a 56-35 rout of no. 18 pitt. the triumph over the scarlet knights was the second in the last three years while the win over the fighting irish marked the second-ever against und and was the first meeting while both teams were ranked. two year’s ago, wvu won at no. 20 louisville, 76-71 in overtime, to close the 2006-07 regular season. wvu also defeated no. 24 depaul in chicago, ill., 74-63, marking carey’s first victory over a ranked opponent on the road. in 2005-06, wvu defeated no. 6 rutgers in the big east semifinals, 56-40, marking the highest ranked team the mountaineer had ever defeated in program history. wvu also defeated no. 11 depaul, 82-70, at the wvu coliseum last year. in 2003-04, wvu knocked off no. 19 virginia tech, 69-66, at the wvu coliseum and no. 23 villanova in the 2004 big east quarterfinals, 58-47, in hartford, conn. rePella in rare coMPany liz repella’s monster season, one in which she was named to the all-big east second team as just a sophomore, put her in rare wvu company. she was just the fourth player in school history to tally a 500+ points and 250+ rebounds in the same season and first to do so since 1994. 500 Point, 250 rebounds seasons liz repella ..............528 points, 261 rebounds ..... 2009 lisa szymczak ........522 points, 284 rebounds ..... 1994 donna abbott ........502 points, 279 rebounds ..... 1990 georgeann wells ....511 points, 348 rebounds ..... 1986 i can see For Miles and Miles the emergence of two-guard sarah miles made the mountaineers’ potent perimeter attack that much more dangerous in 2008-09. arguably the quickest player on the team, the san antonio, texas, native posted five 20-point games on the season and was second on the team with 96 assists. with her 23 points in the marshall win, she was named wvu’s mvp in the capital classic, and she tallied 22 points and 10 rebounds in wvu’s 79-70 win at no. 5 louisville, earning big east player of the week honors. she was named the big east’s co-most improved player last season along with villanova’s laura kurz. eXcellent last siX years in the last six years and under the direction of head coach mike carey, wvu has advanced to two straight ncaa tournament second round games (2007, 2008), the ncaa tournament (2004), the big east championship game (2006) the wnit finals (2005) and the wnit second round (2009). wvu all-time postseason record .....10-9 all-time postseason wnit record ......6-4 all-time postseason ncaa record ......4-5 88
  • 89w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Season HiGHs and lows wvu - teaM GaMe HiGHs points ........................................90 ......................... usf (2/21/09) field goals made ......................34 ......... mercYhurst (12/3/08) field goal attempts ..................74 ......................... usf (2/21/09) field goal percentage ....... .520 (26-50) .......vs brown (11/29/08) 3 pt field goals made ...............13 ...................vs nJit (11/28/08) 3 pt fg attempts ......................30 ............... cincinnati (1/7/09) 3 pt fg percentage ........... .565 (13-23) ...........vs nJit (11/28/08) free throws made ....................23 ......................... usf (2/21/09) free trow attempts ..................36 ......................... usf (2/21/09) free throw percentage ..... 824 (14-17) ...at santa clara (12/22/08) rebounds .................................54 ......................... usf (2/21/09) assists .......................................19 ...................vs nJit (11/28/08) steals ........................................16 ......... mercYhurst (12/3/08) 16 .....................nccu (11-14-08) blocked shots ............................6 ........... longwood (12/30/08) 6 .................indiana (12/13/08) 6 .....northeastern (11/18/08) turnovers ..................................26 ..................... iona (11/16/08) fouls .........................................27 ......at georgetown (02/18/09) oPPonent - GaMe HiGHs points ........................................85 ....... connecticut (01/10/09) field goals made ......................30 .................. vs depaul (3/7/09) 30 ....... connecticut (01/10/09) field goal attempts ..................72 .................. vs depaul (3/7/09) field goal percentage ....... .536 (30-56) ...connecticut (01/10/09) 3 pt field goals made ...............10 .........at marquette (02/15/09) 3 pt fg attempts ......................32 ......at fresno state (12/20/08) 3 pt fg percentage ............ .545 (6-11) .............at pitt (01/04/09) free throws made ....................24 .............. at depaul (01/31/09) free throw attempts ................32 ......at georgetown (02/18/09) free throw percentage ....... .933 (14-15) ..at st. bonaventure (3/21/09 ) rebounds .................................50 .............. seton hall (2/4/09) assists .......................................18 ...... at notre dame (03/02/09) steals ........................................13 ..................... iona (11/16/08) blocked shots ...........................17 ......................... usf (2/21/09) turnovers ..................................30 .............. seton hall (2/4/09) fouls .........................................27 ......................... usf (2/21/09) wvu - GaMe lows points ........................................44 ..................... iona (11/16/08) 44 ............. at rutgers (01/20/08) field goals made ......................13 ............. at rutgers (01/20/08) field goal attempts ..................45 ............. at rutgers (01/20/08) field goal percentage ....... .286 (16-56) ............. iona (11/16/08) 3 pt field goals made ................ 1 ...................... iona (11/16/08) 3 pt fg attempts .......................8 .......... mercYhurst (12/3/08) 3 pt fg percentage ............ .067 (1-15) .............. iona (11/16/08) free throws made .....................2 ........ connecticut (01/10/09) free throw attempts .................7 ................ cincinnati (1/7/09) free throw percentage ....... .250 (2-8) . connecticut (01/10/09) rebounds .................................24 ............. at rutgers (01/20/08) assists ........................................4 ........ connecticut (01/10/09) steals .........................................0 ..........................pitt (2/24/09) blocked shots ............................0 ...................... iona (11/16/08) 0 .....................at pitt (01/04/09) 0 .............. at rutgers (01/20/08) 0 ..........at marquette (02/15/09) turnovers ...................................9 .......................... usf (2/21/09) fouls ..........................................9 .......... mercYhurst (12/3/08) 9 ...........coppin state (3/19/09) THE STAT CREW SYSTEM WVU High/Low Analysis (as of Aug 19, 2009) All games oPPonent - GaMe lows points ........................................31 .....................nccu (11-14-08) field goals made ......................14 .....................nccu (11-14-08) 14 ....northeastern (11/18/08) 14 ...................vs nJit (11/28/08) 14 ......... mercYhurst (12/3/08) 14 .......... longwood (12/30/08) field goal attempts ..................39 ...........at villanova (01/17/09) field goal percentage ....... .259 (15-58) ......duQuesne (12/7/08) .259 (14-54) ...northeastern (11/18/08) 3 pt field goals made ................ 0 ......................nccu (11-14-08) 3 pt fg attempts .......................7 ......................nccu (11-14-08) 7 .............. vs marshall (1/14/08) 7 ...........coppin state (3/19/09) 3 pt fg percentage ............. .000 (0-7) ...............nccu (11-14-08) free throws made .....................3 ......................nccu (11-14-08) free throw attempts .................7 ................vs brown (11/29/08) free throw percentage ...... .250 (3-12) ..............nccu (11-14-08) rebounds .................................24 ...............vs brown (11/29/08) assists ........................................2 .....northeastern (11/18/08) steals .........................................3 ............at villanova (01/17/09) blocked shots ............................0 .........vs providence (03/06/09) turnovers ...................................4 ..........................pitt (2/24/09) fouls .........................................10 ............... cincinnati (1/7/09) sarah miles madina ali
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Player HiGHs Mountaineer Player HiGHs Points: 34 by liz repella vs usf (2/21/09) Field Goals Made: 12 by sarah miles vs mercyhurst (12/3/08) Field Goal att: 23 ................. liz repella vs coppin state (3/19/09) 23 ....................... liz repella vs cincinnati (1/7/09) FG Pct (min 5 made): 1.000 (5-5) by vanessa house vs nJit (11/28/08) 3-Point FG Made: 8 by takisha granberry vs nJit (11/28/08) 3-Point FG att.: 13 by liz repella vs coppin state (3/19/09), 13 by takisha granberry at georgetown (02/18/09), 13 by takisha granberry vs cincinnati (1/7/09) 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made): 1.000 (4-4) by vanessa house vs nJit (11/28/08) Free throws Made: 10 by sarah miles vs indiana (12/13/08) Free throw att.: 13 by ashley powell vs usf (2/21/09), 13 by sarah miles vs indiana (12/13/08) Ft Pct (min 3 made): 12 times rebounds: 14 by liz repella at louisville (2/7/09), 14 by liz repellavs northeastern (11/18/08) assists: 11 by ashley powell at st. bonaventure (3/21/09), 11 by ashley powell vs mercyhurst (12/3/08) steals: 6 by liz repella vs seton hall (2/4/09), 6 by sarah miles vs nccu (11-14-08) blocked shots: 3 by liz repella vs providence (03/06/09) turnovers: 9 by sarah miles at notre dame (03/02/09) Fouls: 5, 12 times oPPonent Player HiGHs Points: 34 by shavonte Zellous at pitt (01/04/09) Field Goals Made: 12 by chandrea Jones vs syracuse (2/28/09), 12 by shavonte Zellous at pitt (01/04/09) Field Goal att.: 26 by angel mccoughtry at louisville (2/7/09) FG Pct (min 5 made): .900 (9-10) by natasha williams vs depaul (3/7/09) 3-Point FG Made: 7 by erin monfre at marquette (02/15/09) 3-Point FG att.: 11 by kelly mcmanmon vs st. John’s (1/24/09), 11 by ross, Jaleesa at fresno state (12/20/08) 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made): 1.000 (3-3) by roberson, kim vs indiana (12/13/08) Free throws Made: 11 by fernandes, becky vs longwood (12/30/08) Free throw att.: 16 by fernandes, becky vs longwood (12/30/08) Ft Pct (min 3 made):1.0, 14 times rebounds: 13 by nicole michael vs syracuse (2/28/09), 13 by filipe, Joh-teena at fresno state (12/20/08) assists: 7 by robinson, angel at marquette (02/15/09) 7 by baker, casey vs marshall (1/14/08) 7 by maJors, sara at santa clara (12/22/08) steals: 6 by angel mccoughtry at louisville (2/7/09) blocked shots: 7 by Jessica lawson vs usf (2/21/09) turnovers: 11 by shantel brown vs seton hall (2/4/09) Fouls: 5, 10 times sarah miles 90
  • 91w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo athletically gifted guard who possessed great footwork and had an excellent perimeter shot ... tremendous athlete who played just one season with wvu after transferring from virginia. at west virginia (2008-09): all-big east second team performer … set wvu single season 3-point field goals made record with 94 … set wvu’s single game 3-point field goal percentage record against new Jersey tech (.889 on 8-9 shooting) … three-time big east weekly honor roll … second on team in points and rebounds … 29 double-figure scoring games … 10 20-point games … two 30-point efforts … five double-doubles … teamed with liz repella, became one of just two sets of players in school history to each score 500 points or more on the same team … career-best 31 points, on 10-20 shooting with six 3-pointers, at georgetown … 30 points on 10-15 shooting with eight 3-pointers, and 10 rebounds, in new Jersey tech win … 27 points on 9-15 shooting with and 6-9 from 3-point range in wvu’s win at national runner-up and then-no. 5 louisville Takisha Granberry 5-11 |guard | charlot te, n.c. | Myers park one-year let terwinner … victory marked highest-ranked road team wvu had ever defeated … 24 points with 10 rebounds in florida international victory … 22 points with five 3-pointers in wnit second round game at st. bonaventure … 22 points with eight rebounds, three assists and three steals at pitt … 22 points with nine caroms against indiana … 21 points with five 3-pointers at notre dame … 21 points with five 3-pointers in win at santa clara … 20 points with nine rebounds in win at fresno state … 10 points and career-best 13 rebounds versus mercyhurst. at west virginia (2007-08): sat out season in compliance with ncaa transfer rules. at virginia (2005-07): played in 62 games with 31 career starts, all of which came her freshman season of 2004-05 ... averaged 6.6 points and 2.9 rebounds as a cavalier ... 18 senior recaPs
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info granberry’s Career HigHs Points 31, Georgetown (2-18-09) Minutes 45, DePaul (3-7-09) FgM 10, Georgetown (2-18-09); New Jersey Tech (11-28-08) Fga 22, Cincinnati (1-7-09) Fg% .667 (10-15), New Jersey Tech (11-28-08) 3FgM 8, New Jersey Tech (11-28-08) 3Fga 13, Georgetown (2-18-09); New Jersey Tech (11-28-08) 3Fg% .889 (8-9), New Jersey Tech (11-28-08) FTM 7, DePaul, (1-31-09) FTa 9, Indiana (12-13-08) FT% 1.000 (5-5), Marquette(2-15-09) rebounds 13, Mercyhurst (12-3-08) assists 5, Marshall (1-14-09) Turnovers 7, Rutgers (1-20-09) blocks 2, three times steals 5, DePaul, (1-31-09) Takisha granberry’s Career statistical Totals year GP Gs Min avg FG FGa Pct 3FG 3FGa Pct Ft Fta Pct off def tot avg PF Fo ast to blk stl Pts avg 2008-09 33 33 1113 33.7 186 476 .391 94 247 .381 64 110 .582 83 146 229 6.9 97 2 50 91 18 57 530 16.1 Takisha granberry’s Career big easT statistical Totals year GP Gs Min avg FG FGa Pct 3FG 3FGa Pct Ft Fta Pct off def tot avg PF Fo ast to blk stl Pts avg 2008-09 16 16 548 34.2 90 241 .373 51 133 .383 29 48 .604 26 62 88 5.5 51 2 21 44 8 27 260 16.3 double-figure scoring games with career-best 18 points against clemson in 2006 … career- best 10 rebounds in win over nc state in 2005. in High school: rated no. 18 in the country by all-star girls report and no. 22 by the blue star index ... street & smith’s all-american ... parade all-american ... member of the usa Youth developmental festival south team and an adidas top 10 camp upperclass all-star ... miss basketball ... the 2003 meca 8 conference player of the Year ... four-time all-state honoree ... four-time all-mecklenburg county honoree ... also named to the all-charlotte observer team ... team captain ... averaged 16.8 points, 10.3 rebounds, and 4.0 assists as a junior ... scholar athlete ... honor roll ... member of national honor society. Personal: daughter of gregory granberry and arlean reynolds ... birthday is feb. 21 ... has two brothers ... majored in multi-disciplinary studies. 92
  • 93w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 5-6 |point guard | detroit, Mich. | Murray wright four-year let terwinner Ashley Powell four-year start with excellent floor general skills ... shifty player with excellent passing ability … great on-court vision with a knack for running the mike carey system. at west virginia (2008-09): big east leader in assists per game (5.5) … 11 double-figure scoring games … four double-figure assist games … career-best 19 points with nine rebounds and seven assists in home win over eventual wnit champion usf … 16 points with 10 rebounds on senior night in home win over syracuse … 14 points with six assists in wnit first round win over coppin state … 13 points on 5-7 shooting with eight assists in home win over providence … 13 points with five assists and three steals in win at fresno state … 12 points in win over marshall … 10 points in santa clara and duquesne wins … 11 assists in mercyhurst win. at west virginia (2007-08): appeared in all 33 contests with 32 starts … third in big east in assists at 4.3 per contest … eighth in big east assist/turnover ratio (1.53) … season-high 13 points on 6-9 shooting in win over marshall … career-high 11 assists in home win against presbyterian … career-best 10 rebounds in home win over no. 14 notre dame … 17 contests with five or more assists … nine points, including first two career 3-pointers, in home win over georgetown … nine points, seven rebounds and six assists against depaul … nine points with three rebounds in home win against marquette … eight points in home win over no. 18 pitt. at west virginia (2006-07): appeared in all 32 contests with 27 starts … 12th in big east assists at 3.72 per contest … eighth in league assist/turnover ratio at 1.61 … 12 contests with five or more rebounds … career-high 14 points with eight assists in win over howard … team- best 13 points on 6-13 shooting in near upset of lsu in ncaa tournament second round … career-best 41 minutes played in win at louisville ... tied then-career high with 10 assists in win at louisville … seven points with nine rebounds in ncaa first round win over Xavier … six points and nine rebounds at rutgers … eight assists with five rebounds in win at pitt … named team’s most improved player … garnered team’s playmaker award. at west virginia (2005-06): started 30 of 31 contests ... ranked among the national freshmen leaders in games played, games started and assists ... ninth in the big east in assists ... tallied third-most assists by a freshman in wvu history ... 30 starts were second-most ever by a freshman in a season ... 10 games with five or more assists ... six contests with five or more rebounds ... then-career-high six points at connecticut ... then-career-high 10 assists in home win against louisville ... career-high seven rebounds versus connecticut in big east senior recaPs
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info ashley Powell’s Career statistical Totals year GP Gs Min avg FG FGa Pct 3FG 3FGa Pct Ft Fta Pct off def tot avg PF Fo ast to blk stl Pts avg 2005-06 31 30 815 26.3 25 84 .298 0 3 .000 16 38 .421 15 71 86 2.8 75 1 124 105 6 37 66 2.1 2006-07 32 27 816 25.5 31 77 .403 0 1 .000 22 32 .688 9 97 106 3.3 72 3 119 74 7 27 84 2.6 2007-08 33 32 833 25.2 39 108 .361 4 15 .267 15 21 .714 17 85 102 3.1 73 0 142 93 1 44 97 2.9 2008-09 32 32 1061 33.2 88 236 .373 10 38 .263 62 113 .549 21 111 132 4.1 86 2 176 147 1 49 248 7.8 totals 128 121 3525 27.5 183 505 36.2 14 57 24.6 115 204 56.4 62 426 3.3 306 306 6 561 419 15 157 495 3.9 ashley Powell’s Career big easT statistical Totals year GP Gs Min avg FG FGa Pct 3FG 3FGa Pct Ft Fta Pct off def tot avg PF Fo ast to blk stl Pts avg 2005-06 16 15 413 25.8 15 47 .319 0 3 .000 12 26 .462 3 38 41 2.6 45 1 60 51 3 15 42 2.6 2006-07 16 12 454 28.4 12 36 .333 0 0 .000 14 18 .778 3 57 60 3.8 37 2 66 35 5 13 38 2.4 2007-08 16 15 412 25.8 22 59 .373 4 12 .333 10 14 .714 8 48 56 3.5 31 0 60 54 0 23 58 3.6 2008-09 15 15 504 33.6 35 115 .304 7 27 .259 33 58 .569 12 62 74 4.9 46 2 70 59 0 19 110 7.3 total 63 57 1783 28.3 84 257 .327 11 42 .262 69 116 .595 26 205 231 3.7 159 5 256 199 8 70 248 3.9 Powell’s Career HigHs Points 19, USF (2-21-09) Minutes 41, at Louisville (2-26-07) FgM 6, three times, last USF (2-21-09) Fga 21, USF (2-21-09) Fg% .833 (5-6), vs. Howard (11-14-06) 3FgM 2, Georgetown (1-26-08) 3Fga 5, Syracuse (2-28-09) 3Fg% 1.000 (2-2), Georgetown (1-26-08) FTM 8, USF (2-21-09) FTa 13, USF (2-21-09) FT% 1.000 (4-4), Providence (1-13-07) rebounds 10, Notre Dame (1-13-08) assists 11, three times, last St. Bonaventure (3-21-09) Turnovers 8, three times, last St. Bonaventure (3-21-09) blocks 2, three times, last Syracuse (1-31-07) steals 6, Marquette (1-16-08); Louisville (3-4-06) championship contest ... eight assists, six steals and six rebounds in big east tournament opening round win versus louisville ... eight assists, five rebounds and three steals at unc greensboro ... five points, five assists and six rebounds against notre dame. career notes: third in career assists (561), fourth in career assist average (4.38) … 10th in career minutes played (3,525) … second in career games started (120). in High school: averaged 22 points, 11 assists and seven … third in career games played (128) … rebounds as a senior at murray wright high ... three-time team mvp ... four-time team captain ... three-time all-city ... two-time all-state ... all-metro honorable mention ... invited to nike all-america camp ... second-team all-city as a sophomore ... mvp of several boo williams aau tournaments ... coached by virginia lawrence. Personal: daughter of ernest powell and Jacqueline spearman ... one brother and one sister ... nickname is a.p. ... majored in sport management and multi-disciplinary studies ... birthday is nov. 28 … athletic director’s academic honor roll … big east academic all-star. 94
  • m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 95 The Record Book single season leaders ................................... 114 freshMan season leaders ............................ 116 sophoMore season leaders .......................... 118 junior season leaders .................................. 120 senior season leaders .................................. 122 career leaders ............................................... 124 teaM records .................................................. 127 Winning streaks ............................................ 127 single season teaM records ......................... 128 postseason appearances .............................. 129 single gaMe teaM records ........................... 130 single gaMe opponent records ................... 132 coliseuM single gaMe leaders ..................... 134 coliseuM single gaMe opponent leaders ... 136 coliseuM results ........................................... 138 the last tiMe ................................................... 138 Big east tournaMent records...................... 139 series records ................................................ 140 year-By-year records .................................... 141 largest croWds ............................................. 141 all-tiMe scores .............................................. 142 seasonal leaders ........................................... 148 individual honors ......................................... 150 all-tiMe teaMs ............................................... 152 overtiMe gaMes .............................................. 153 100-point gaMes ............................................. 153 in the ap rankings ......................................... 154 victories over ap ranked teaMs .................. 154 Wvu vs. division i conferences..................... 155 roseMary kosiorek ........................................ 156 cathy parson .................................................. 156 georgeann Wells ........................................... 156 all-tiMe uniforM nuMBers .......................... 157 letterWinners ............................................... 157 35 seasons of BasketBall ............................... 96 kittie BlakeMore ............................................. 97 individual records........................................ 100 20-point gaMes ............................................... 101 top scorers ..................................................... 102 single gaMe leaders ...................................... 103 freshMan gaMe records ............................... 106 sophoMore gaMe records ............................ 108 junior gaMe records ..................................... 110 senior gaMe records ..................................... 112
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info 35 Seasons of BasketBall it’s been 35 years since west virginia first fielded a women’s basketball team, and the difference between today’s team and that first club in 1973 is dramatic. due to the implementation in 1972 of title iX, a mandate by congress for schools receiving federal monies to provide women with the same athletic opportunities as their male counterparts, west virginia started the sport in 1973. then-athletic director leland byrd selected kittie blakemore to coach the first women’s team, gave her the keys to one of the university vans, and provided the team with a 10-game regular season schedule against local colleges. for blakemore, who had spent the prior 14 years as an instructor in the school’s physical education department, starting the women’s program was a great challenge. “in the beginning,” remembers blakemore, “we weren’t sure if we were going to be with the physical education department or the athletic department. we wanted to be with athletics because, financially, they were more stable. once that was settled, we found out we had other problems.” what the former coach refers to was the lack of available talent from which to choose. of the 37 players who tried out for the first women’s team, only a handful actually knew how to play the game. one player was told by her high school coach that a good shot should not hit the backboard, so she thought she had blown every bank shot that went in. another thought that when the team went into a press, she was not allowed to move. “basketball had just started in west virginia, so the girls really didn’t know that much about the game,” recalls blakemore, a native of manassas, va. “i remember going to the first west virginia high school state tournament and thinking to myself, `oh my, i’ve got to recruit these girls!’” blakemore did find 15 players good enough to play, and after one quit, blakemore, her assistant barbara walker, trainer diane nolan and 14 players traveled to west liberty to play the school’s first women’s game on January 16, 1974. because team uniforms had yet to arrive, the mountaineers played with “pinnies” -- a vest-like jersey that ties at the waist. despite the slight inconvenience, the mountaineers performed admirably. leading throughout, west virginia captured a 59-55 decision over the naia school. leslie sergy paced the mountaineers with 18 points, with sara roberts scoring 11 and cindy “sam” booth and celeste knaus each adding eight points. booth, described as the women’s version of ernie digregorio, was a team favorite. though having just one year of organized basketball experience, she displayed uncanny skills in all facets of the game. the mountaineers lost their next seven games before besting west liberty again, 42-38. in all, west virginia lost 10 of 14 games that season, but it didn’t take wvu long to have a winner. the following season, with more time to practice and a little more money to spend, west virginia won 13 of 17 games and followed with a sterling 19-7 record and a state title in 1977. the team’s top player was mary hennen, whom blakemore convinced to join the team as a sophomore. hennen, at 5-11, was one of the team’s tallest players. a native of wheeling, the forward led the team in scoring each year she played and totaled 1,112 career points to become the first wvu player to pass 1,000 career points. she scored a then school-best 33 points against salem in 1976, and averaged 13.2 points per game for her career. after the 1977-78 season, during which west virginia posted an 18-9 record and finished second in the state tournament, wvu and marshall were forced to leave the west virginia intercollegiate athletic conference because the schools were “too big” for the smaller colleges. subsequently, west virginia competed as an independent and its record dipped to 9-16. the following year, wvu lost 19 of 29 games and, in 1981, the mountaineers went 15-18. there was, however, one significant event that took place during this period. cathy parson, a brilliant guard from frederick, md., was given a partial scholarship to attend wvu -- the first athletic grant given in women’s basketball. it was bumped to a full scholarship a year later when J.d. drummonds and patricia ryan were offered full rides. parson scored 2,128 points during an outstanding career that culminated with a third team all-america citation in 1983. one of the school’s all-time great players, her retired jersey and a plaque rest in a trophy case located in the halls of the wvu coliseum. parson was elected to the wvu sports hall of fame in 1996, making her the first female ever to be bestowed with that honor. following the 1981 season, blakemore KATE BULGER 96
  • 97w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo hired bill fiske as an assistant coach to help with the growing burdens of recruiting and strategy. fiske had coached high school basketball in florida for several years and was known as a basketball strategist. the blakemore-fiske combination steered west virginia to an outstanding 20-11 record in 1982, the school’s first 20-win season. the most memorable win during that landmark campaign was an 81-79 upset over penn state at the coliseum, the school’s first victory over the nittany lions. Joining the ncaa in 1983 after seven years in the aiaw, the mountaineers also spent their first season in the atlantic 10 conference, which was created in 1976 for men’s basketball and known as the eastern eight up until that time. wvu recorded a 17-12 mark that season and advanced to the semifinals of the conference tournament. the talk of the team that year wasn’t about its second straight winning season, but rather about a 6-7 center who could dunk a basketball. georgeann wells came to wvu as a highly touted prep star from northland high in columbus, ohio. after a short time of adjustment, she averaged 11.9 points per game as a freshman. she went on to score 1,484 points, pull down 1,075 rebounds and block 436 shots from 1983-86, all remarkable accomplishments. but to most, the points, the rebounds, the blocks ... all that was fine. but wells could dunk, and dunk hard! performed several times in scrimmages and once waved off in a game against massachusetts during the 1983-84 season due to an offensive foul, wells was ready to make history. the opportunity came against charleston on december 21, 1984 at elkins’ randolph county armory during the mountaineer christmas classic. with 11:18 remaining in the game and west virginia comfortably ahead, wells took a full-court pass from lisa ribble and soared to the basket for a one-handed stuff. the dunk instantly made her a national celebrity. network television, sports illustrated, an ncaa luncheon in new York, a display in the naismith basketball hall of fame and induction into houston’s phi slama Jama dunking fraternity were just a few of the highlights of one of the school’s most memorable moments. unmatched until 1994, the feat is still one of the sport’s most talked about accomplishments. lost in all of the dunking hoopla was wells’ teammate olivia bradley. a 6-1 rebounding warrior from bradenton, fla., it was bradley who made it possible for the 6-7 center to get out on the wing for the historical dunk. bradley snared an amazing 1,484 career rebounds for a 12.7 per game average, the eighth-best mark in ncaa history. after another 17-12 mark in 1984, west virginia, with fiske now promoted to co-head coach, boasted the strongest team in its 10- year existence. wvu returned all five starters, including wells and bradley. the duo led wvu to its second 20-win season and, more importantly, steered the mountaineers to the women’s nit in amarillo, texas. though losing two of three games, the inclusion in the eight-team tournament was a major stepping stone for the growing program. then in 1986, it all came crashing down for fiske. entering the season with an inexperienced team, the late coach, suffering from diabetes, spent his extra time teaching the young team, rather than caring for his physical ailment. flying back from the orange bowl classic in miami, he went into diabetic shock and nearly died on the plane. he subsequently lost his sight and was unable to continue to coach. volunteer the women’s basketball program was started by kittie blakemore in 1973, and like a nurturing mother, she has kept a close eye on it ever since. as the school’s head coach from 1973-92, she won 301 games and guided three postseason teams, two of which qualified for the ncaa tournament. four of her teams won 20 or more games in a season and she helped develop the university’s first and only kodak all-american in rosemary kosiorek. her influence on women’s athletics reached far beyond the mountain state. through her service on several prestigious national committees, blakemore had an impact on the development of women’s basketball and is recognized as one of the sport’s true pioneers. upon retiring from the mountaineer bench in 1992, she maintained close contact with the women’s basketball program as wvu’s senior women’s administrator, a position in which she served until her retirement in 1997. because of her dedication and interest, the athletic programs at west virginia university will benefit for many years to come. blakemore was selected to the west virginia university sports hall of fame in 2003. Kittie BlakeMore HEAD COACH 1973-92 DIONNE MORRIS
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info assistant scott harrelson and blakemore finished the season with a 12-17 record, impressive considering the circumstances. promoted to assistant head coach the following season, harrelson and blakemore steered the mountaineers to a 28-29 record the next two years, before guiding wvu to a brilliant 24-8 mark in 1989. among those teams west virginia defeated in 1989 were alabama, oklahoma, rice, arizona state, western kentucky, penn state and st. Joseph’s. beating penn state in the first round of the atlantic 10 tournament, the mountaineers then upset st. Joseph’s in the semifinals and defeated temple, 63-54, in the championship to secure their first-ever atlantic 10 title and ncaa tournament berth. defeating western kentucky 66-57 in the first round, the mountaineers lost to virginia in the second round to end an improbable season. senior Jenny hillen paced west virginia at 15.8 points per game, followed by Judy eaton at 13.8. other standouts on that team included dionne morris, tracey slogik and an outstanding group of freshmen in rosemary kosiorek, donna abbott, lori wilson and the late Jocelyn branham. three years hence, that group evolved into the finest senior class in school history. after a 19-10 record in 1990 and a 17-12 mark in 1991, west virginia was prepared for an outstanding 1992 season, as was rosemary kosiorek. the baltimore native averaged more than 20 points per game as a junior and earned mention on the kodak all-east team. there was nothing the diminutive point guard couldn’t do. she could shoot, she could pass, she could dribble past anyone and she could score. averaging more than 24 points, kosiorek also averaged more than seven assists to rank among the nation’s leaders in both categories. while she was scoring, donna abbott was rebounding. a prolific scorer early in her career, abbott threatened cathy parson’s school scoring record until a nagging knee injury slowed her. playing with considerable pain most of her career, abbott still managed more than 1,500 points and 1,000 rebounds. after defeating florida in the season opener, west virginia lost to only virginia and western kentucky the rest of the way to finish the regular season at 25-2. ranked as high as no. 10 in the nation, west virginia cracked the nation’s top 25 for the first time in school history after an 81-60 home win against arkansas. losing to duquesne in a dramatic upset in the first round of the conference tournament cost west virginia a possible no. 1 seed in the ncaa tournament. still seeded fourth, the mountaineers defeated clemson 73-72 in front of more than 8,000 fans at the coliseum in one of the finest moments in school history. backup Jodie runner nailed a short jumper with seconds remaining to capture the decision. the storybook season ended a week later with a loss at powerful virginia, 103-83. kosiorek secured kodak all-america honors and also was named the frances pomeroy naismith national player of the year. she finished her career scoring more than 2,000 career points and is considered by most to be the school’s finest all-around player ever. like cathy parson, her jersey and a plaque reside in the wvu coliseum. at 26-4, west virginia finished ranked no. 14 in the nation by usa today and no. 11 by ap. after the season, kittie blakemore retired, ending an outstanding reign during which she accumulated 301 career wins and three postseason berths during 19 seasons. the program struggled for three seasons under scott harrelson, posting three straight losing marks. harrelson then gave way to susan walvius in 1995. walvius directed west virginia to 12-15 and 19-12 records before leaving for south carolina. in 1997, former player alexis basil took over the program. the mountaineer star from 1984- 87 had senior talisha hargis to lead the way in her first year. hargis would finish her career as the third leading scorer in wvu history with 1,751 points. hargis, who led the mountaineers in scoring three straight years, also holds the school records for free throws made (530) and attempted (750) and recorded 20 or more points in a game 33 times. basil boasted four seniors on the 1998- 99 squad, all of whom reached the coveted 1,000-point plateau. maria tchobanova finished her career with 1,426 points, ninth best on wvu’s all-time list, while christie lambert scored 1,282 points to place her 11th, rebecca burbridge, named the 1999 big east scholar-athlete of the Year, scored 1,179 points placing her 13th all-time and ilse opstaele is ranked 17th all-time with 1,079 career points. it marked the first time in school history that such a prolific scoring corps was assembled on one team. ROSEMARY KOSIOREK THE 2008 TEAM FEATURED FOUR 1,000 POINT SCORERS. (l to r): olayinka sanni, meg bulger, laquita owens and chakhia cole 98
  • 99w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo the next two seasons were tougher as the squad was on the road for the entire 1999- 2000 season due to asbestos abatement at the coliseum and suffered through injuries in 2000- 01. the squad finished with a 11-44 overall record, 4-28 in the big east in those two years. basil’s final record stood at 33-77 during her four seasons. former salem college men’s basketball coach and clarksburg native mike carey was named the program’s sixth coach in the spring of 2001, and it didn’t take him long to work his magic. in his third season, carey put together the third-most wins in school history with a 21-11 campaign in 2003-04. more importantly wvu returned to the ncaa tournament after a 12-year hiatus. for his efforts, he was named big east coach of the Year. in his first season, carey guided the mountaineers to a 14-14 record, a return trip to the big east tournament after a one-year absence and the school’s first winning regular season in five years. in his second season at the helm, carey led wvu to a 10-0 start en route to a 15-13 mark and the first winning season since 1996-97. the mountaineers were also 11-0 in non-conference competition for the first time in school history. in 2004-05, carey guided wvu to its second-consecutive 20-win season with a 21- 13 mark and a berth in the postseason wnit championship game. it marked the first time in school history that wvu posted back-to-back 20-win seasons and back-to-back post-season berths. the mountaineers won a school record four postseason games while senior Yolanda paige set the wvu career record with assists at 902 while sophomore guard meg bulger captured the big east scoring crown and became the first player in school history to be named to the league’s first team. paige and bulger were named honorable mention all-americans by the ap and wbca/ kodak, respectively. despite his first losing record at wvu (15- 16), carey guided the 2005-06 mountaineers to uncharted territory with a remarkable run to the big east tournament championship game, marking the first time in school history west virginia had made it to the title game. as the no. 12 seed in the tournament wvu knocked off no. 5 louisville, no. 4 st. John’s and no. 1 rutgers and trailed no. 2 connecticut by just one point with 30 seconds left in the championship game. the run was unprecedented. no previous 12-seed had even won a tournament game in the 23-year history of the big east women’s championship. the huskies won the title by a 50-44 count but the mountaineers captivated the national espn2 audience with one of the most remarkable runs in conference tournament history. sophomore chakhia cole and junior britney davis-white were named to the all- big east tournament, while bulger garnered all-big east second team accolades and more importantly, associated press, honorable mention all-america honors. all five starters from that remarkable run returned for the 2006-07 campaign and the mountaineers didn’t disappoint. wvu posted an 11-5 record in big east play earning its first-ever tournament first round bye as the no. 4 seed en route to a 21-11 overall mark. the league record also marked the second-best turnaround from one regular season to the next in the big east. wvu also was 13-1 at the wvu coliseum, the second-best single season home mark in school history and eventually picked up its first ncaa tournament win since 1992 with a convincing 65-52 win over Xavier in austin, texas. the core of that team once again returned in 2007-08 ready to re-write the record books. wvu posted a 25-8 record which were the second-most wins in school history. the mountaineers also boasted a 12-4 big east mark good for a third-place finish in the highly touted league, wvu’s highest finish in school history. along the way, west virginia upset no. 4 rutgers, 63-54, the highest-ranked team the program has ever defeated. all told, wvu beat three ranked opponents including no. 14 notre dame and no. 18 pitt. the mountaineers were ranked in the nation’s top 20 in the associated press and espn/usa today coaches’ polls all season long, marking a school first. wvu was also ranked for the first time since 1992. with the largest senior class in school history, west virginia boasted four career 1,000-point scorers, marking the second west virginia team and 12th overall in ncaa history to have four on one team. wvu advanced to its second-straight ncaa tournament as a five-seed and faced host no. 12 new mexico in albuquerque, n.m., in first round action. thanks to cole’s 22 points and 11 rebounds, the mountaineers squeaked out a 61- 60 victory in front of 9,633 partisan fans in one of the nation’s most hostile venues. the win gave west virginia its second-straight ncaa second- round appearance. last year, and under arguably carey’s best coaching job, the mountaineers posted 18 wins with just seven healthy players as a rash of early season injuries depleted wvu’s reserves. senior takisha granberry set a new single season record with 94 3-pointers made while the duo of granberry and sophomore liz repella became just the second set of teammates to each score 500 points in the same season. repella became just the fourth mountaineer in school history to record 500 points and 250 rebounds in the same season while classmate sarah miles earned big east most improved player accolades. wvu also won at no. 5 and national runner-up louisville, marking the highest-ranked road victory in school history. in the last six years, under carey’s direction, wvu has advanced to the ncaa tournament second round (2006-07, 2007-08), the ncaa tournament (2003-04), the wnit championship game (2004-05), the big east tournament finals (2005-06)and the second round of the wnit (2008-09). the team has also posted four 21-win seasons during that time. certainly, success and respect have found their way to the mountaineer women’s basketball program. J.D. DRUMMONDS
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info scoring game: 38 by meg bulger vs. cleveland state, 12/19/05; christie lambert at providence, 1/21/98 season: 730 by rosemary kosiorek, 1992 season average: 24.3 by rosemary kosiorek, 1992 career: 2,115 by cathy parson, 1980-83 career average: 18.7 by J.d. drummonds, 1980-81 freshman season: 474 by christie lambert, 1995 sophomore season: 683 by cathy parson, 1981 junior season: 592 by cathy parson, 1982 senior season: 730 by rosemary kosiorek, 1992 field goals Made game: 16 by cathy parson vs. glenville state, 12/12/81; by mary hennen vs. salem, 2/9/76 season: 300 by J.d. drummonds, 1981 career: 898 by cathy parson, 1980-81 field goals atteMpted game: 29 by Judy eaton at akron, 12/10/88 season: 657 by cathy parson, 1981 career: 2,061 by cathy parson, 1980-83 field goal percentage game (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (13-13) by olayinka sanni vs. kennesaw state, 12/21/06 season (min. 100 att.): 58.8 (227-386) by olayinka sanni, 2008 career: (min. 500 att.): 55.7 (663-1,191) by olayinka sanni, 2005-08 3-point field goals Made game: 9 by christie lambert at providence, 1/21/98 season: 94 by takisha granberry, 2009 career: 302 by kate bulger, 2001-04 3-point field goals atteMpted game: 21 by Judy eaton at akron, 12/10/88 season: 267 by laQuita owens, 2006-07 career: 724 by kate bulger, 2001-04 3-point field goal percentage game (min. five attempts): 1.000 (6-6) by kate bulger vs. st. John’s, 1/6/02 season: (min. 100 attempts): 47.0 (77-164) by kate bulger, 2003 career: (min. 150 attempts): 43.7 (265-607) by meg bulger, 2004-06, 2008 free throWs Made game: 21 by donna abbott vs. northern illinois, 12/29/90 season: 190 by rosemary kosiorek, 1992 career: 538 by talisha hargis, 1995-98 free throWs atteMpted game: 22 by donna abbott vs. northern illinois, 12/29/90 season: 230 by rosemary kosiorek, 1992 career: 750 by talisha hargis, 1995-98 free throW percentage game (min. 12 attempts): 1.000 (14-14) by Jenny hillen vs. akron, 12/7/87; (12-12) by Yolanda paige vs. st. John’s, 3/21/05; (12-12) by rebecca burbridge at robert morris, 12/14/96; (12-12) by cindy winegar vs. towson, 2/2/79 season: (min. 50 att.): 88.0 (66-75) by Janell dunlap, 2004 career: (min. 100 att.): 83.1 (202-243) by meg bulger, 2004-06, 2008 reBounds game: 28 by olivia bradley vs. temple, 1/26/85 season: 458 by olivia bradley, 1985 season average: 15.3 by olivia bradley, 1985 career: 1,484 by olivia bradley, 1982-85 career average: 12.7 by olivia bradley, 1982-85 freshman season: 282 by olivia bradley, 1982 sophomore season: 358 by olivia bradley, 1983 junior season: 386 by olivia bradley, 1984 senior season: 458 by olivia bradley, 1985 offensive reBounds game: 16 by mary hennen vs. shepherd, 1/26/76 season: 125 by mary hennen, 1976 career: 400 by donna abbott, 1989-92 assists game: 18 by Yolanda paige vs. northwestern, 11/22/04 season: 297 by Yolanda paige, 2005 season average: 8.74 by Yolanda paige, 2005 career: 902 by Yolanda paige, 2002-05 career average: 7.39 by Yolanda paige, 2002-05 freshman season: 190 by rosemary kosiorek, 1989 sophomore season: 199 by Yolanda paige, 2003 junior season: 253 by Yolanda paige, 2004 senior season: 297 by Yolanda paige, 2005 steals game: 11 by maria tchobanova vs. pitt, 1/4/96; by cindy (sam) booth vs. west virginia wesleyan, 1/20/75 Individual records TAKISHA GRANBERRY 100
  • 1. Rosemary Kosiorek, 1989-1992 44 2. Cathy Parson, 1980-83 42 3. Talisha Hargis, 1995-98 33 4. Kate Bulger, 2001-04 30 5. Meg Bulger, 2004-06, 2008 29 6. Donna Abbott, 1989-92 25 7. Olayinka Sanni, 2005-08 24 8. Lisa Szymczak, 1993-96 20 9. J.D. Drummonds, 1980-81 19 Georgeann Wells, 1983-86 19 11. Sherell Sowho, 2002-05 18 12. Christie Lambert, 1995-99 17 Jenny Hillen, 1986-89 17 LaQuita Owens, 2005-08 17 15. Alexis Basil, 1984-87 15 16. Rebecca Burbridge, 1996-99 14 17. Maria Tchobanova, 1996-99 12 Judy Eaton, 1986-89 12 Mary Hennen, 1976-79 12 Olivia Bradley, 1982-85 12 21. Takisha Granberry, 2009 10 22. Yolanda Paige, 2002-05 9 Liz Repella, 2008- 9 24. Chakhia Cole, 2005-08 8 Ilse Opstaele, 1996-99 7 26. Amanda Hayes, 1993-94 6 Brandi Batch, 1999-2002 5 28. Lori Quertinmont, 1990-93 4 Christy Cooper, 1990, 1992-93 4 5 players with 3 9 players with 2 Multiple players with 1 101w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo season: 114 by Jenny hillen, 1989 season average: 5.57 by cindy (sam) booth, 1975 career: 355 by talisha hargis, 1995-98 career average: 3.17 by talisha hargis, 1995-98 freshman season: 94 by talisha hargis, 1995 sophomore season: 105 by talisha hargis, 1996 junior season: 103 by Jenny hillen, 1988 senior season: 114 by Jenny hillen 1989 Blocked shots game: 17 by georgeann wells at marshall, 12/3/83 season: 140 by georgeann wells, 1986 career: 436 by georgeann wells, 1983-86 freshman season: 55 by georgeann wells, 1983 sophomore season: 117 by georgeann wells, 1984 junior season: 124 by georgeann wells, 1985 senior season: 140 by georgeann wells, 1986 turnovers game: 13 by kim houser at rutgers, 2/25/84 season: 166 by cindy winegar, 1978 career: 550 by ashley powell, 2006-09 freshman season: 139 by dionne morris, 1986 sophomore season: 166 by cindy winegar, 1978 junior season: 157 by Jean mewshew, 1978 senior season: 147 by ashley powell, 2009 personal fouls season: 118 by maria tchobanova, 1997 career: 415 by maria tchobanova, 1996-99 disqualifications season: 11 by chakhia cole, 2005; by tracey slogik, 1988 career: 32 by maria tchobanova, 1996-99 Minutes played game: 50 by Yolanda paige at kentucky, 3/28/05 season: 1,325 by Yolanda paige, 2005 season Minutes average: 38.97 by Yolanda paige, 2005 career: 4,556 by Yolanda paige, 2002-05 career Minutes average: 37.34 by Yolanda paige, 2002-05 freshman season: 1,099 by chakhia cole, 2005 sophomore season: 1,235 by meg bulger, 2005 junior season: 1,227 by Yolanda paige, 2004 senior season: 1,325 by Yolanda paige, 2005 gaMes played season: 34 by Yolanda paige, 2005; meg bulger, 2005: chakhia cole, 2005 career: 130 by chakhia cole, 2005-08 gaMes started season: 34 by Yolanda paige, 2005; meg bulger, 2005: chakhia cole, 2005 career: 130 by chakhia cole, 2005-08 consecutive gaMes started career: 130 by chakhia cole, 2005-08 triple-douBles game: 26 points, 10 rebounds, 11 blocks by georgeann wells vs. umass, 3/1/85; 23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks by georgeann wells vs. rhode island, 11/25/85; 17 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists by Jean mewshew vs. shepherd, 2/19/76; 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists by dionne morris vs. st. bonaventure, 12/21/87 douBle-douBles season: 22 by georgeann wells, 1986 career: 68 by olivia bradley, 1982-85 10-point gaMes season: 30 by rosemary kosiorek, 1992 career: 104 by rosemary kosiorek, 1989-92 20-point gaMes season: 24 by rosemary kosiorek, 1992 career: 44 by rosemary kosiorek, 1989-92 30-point gaMes season: 5 by meg bulger, 2005 career: 6 by talisha hargis, 1995-98; by rosemary kosiorek, 1989-92; meg bulger, 2004-07 20-Point gaMes LAqUITA OwENS
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info 1,000 point scorers 2,115 cathy parson ................................. 1980-83 2,061 rosemary kosiorek ........................ 1989-92 1,751 talisha hargis ................................ 1995-98 1,733 kate bulger ................................... 2001-04 1,665 meg bulger ..........................2004-06, 2008 1,656 donna abbott ............................... 1989-92 1,602 olayinka sanni .............................. 2005-08 1,534 olivia bradley ................................ 1982-85 1,504 Jenny hillen .................................. 1986-89 1,491 sherell sowho ............................... 2002-05 1,484 georgeann wells ........................... 1983-86 1,429 alexis basil .................................... 1984-87 1,426 maria tchobanova ......................... 1996-99 1,414 Yolanda paige................................ 2002-05 1,380 Judy eaton..................................... 1986-89 1,316 chakhia cole ................................. 2005-08 1,282 christie lambert ........................... 1995-99 1,179 rebecca burbridge ........................ 1996-99 1,163 laQuita owens .............................. 2005-08 1,160 J.d. drummonds ............................ 1980-81 1,111 mary hennen ................................ 1976-79 1,101 lisa szymczak ............................... 1993-96 1,079 ilse opstaele .................................. 1996-99 1,071 dionne morris ............................... 1986-89 1,040 brandi batch ............................. 1999-2002 1,007 cindy winegar ............................... 1977-80 top hoMe scorers 38 by meg bulger vs. cleveland state ...... 12/19/05 36 by kate bulger vs. syracuse ................ 02/26/03 35 by cathy parson vs. glenville state ..... 12/12/81 35 by christie lambert vs. temple ........... 12/28/95 34 by donna abbott vs. george washington ... 01/29/90 34 by talisha hargis vs. providence .......... 02/10/96 34 by liz repella vs. usf ......................... 02/21/09 33 by mary hennen vs. salem ................. 02/09/76 33 by cathy parson vs. penn state ........... 01/18/82 33 by georgeann wells vs. penn state ..... 02/08/86 33 by rosemary kosiorek vs. pitt ............. 12/21/91 33 by kate bulger vs. robert morris ........ 12/30/01 top aWay scorers 38 by christie lambert at providence ...... 12/21/98 37 by donna abbott at saint Joseph’s ...... 02/18/89 36 by lisa szymczak at Youngstown state .....12/16/95 35 by J.d. drummonds at miami ............. 12/28/80 33 by talisha hargis at pitt ...................... 02/09/97 32 by rosemary kosiorek at st. bonaventure .. 01/24/91 32 by lisa szymczak at Youngstown state .....11/30/93 32 by Yolanda paige at duquesne ............ 12/20/03 31 by cathy parson at charleston ............ 02/08/82 31 by rosemary kosiorek at massachusetts ... 01/30/92 31 by talisha hargis at providence ........... 12/04/96 31 by rebecca burbridge at miami .......... 02/03/99 31 by meg bulger at kentucky ................. 03/28/05 31 by takisha granberry at georgetown .. 02/18/09 Top scorers OLAYINKA SANNI YOLANDA PAIGE 102
  • 103w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo points 38 meg bulger ...................cleveland state - 12/19/05 38 christie lambert ....................providence - 1/21/98 37 donna abbott .................. saint Joseph’s - 1/18/89 37 rosemary kosiorek ................... marshall - 1/22/92 36 lisa szymczak ............Youngstown state - 1/16/95 36 kate bulger .............................. syracuse - 1/26/03 36 meg bulger .............................. marshall - 1/11/05 35 J.d. drummonds ........................... miami - 1/28/80 35 cathy parson ................. glenville state - 12/12/81 35 georgeann wells .....................marshall - 12/22/84 35 christie lambert .........................temple - 1/28/95 field goals Made 16 mary hennen ................................. salem - 2/9/76 16 cathy parson ................. glenville state - 12/12/81 15 georgeann wells .................... marshall - 12/22/84 15 meg bulger ................. cleveland state - 12/19/05 14 cathy parson ........................... edinboro - 12/7/80 14 J.d. drummonds ...... western michigan - 12/27/80 14 J.d. drummonds ............................... pitt - 1/14/81 14 J.d. drummonds .................. indiana, pa. - 1/24/81 14 cathy parson ........................ penn state - 1/18/82 14 cathy parson ................ charleston, w.va. - 2/8/82 14 rosemary kosiorek ....... st. bonaventure - 1/24/91 14 rosemary kosiorek ........................... pitt - 2/21/91 14 rosemary kosiorek ................... marshall - 1/22/92 14 lisa szymczak ......... Youngstown state - 11/30/93 14 lisa szymczak ......... Youngstown state - 12/16/95 14 christie lambert .................. providence - 1/21/98 14 kate bulger .................... robert morris - 12/30/01 14 kate bulger .............................. syracuse - 2/26/03 field goals atteMpted 29 Judy eaton ...................................akron - 12/10/88 28 meg bulger ...................cleveland state - 12/19/05 28 cathy parson .............................. rutgers - 2/13/82 28 kate bulger .............................. syracuse - 2/26/03 27 cathy parson ......west virginia wesleyan - 1/12/81 27 georgeann wells .........charleston, w.va. - 1/30/84 27 alexis basil ..................................temple - 1/26/85 27 georgeann wells .........................temple - 2/10/86 27 alexis basil ................................stanford - 12/4/86 26 mary hennen ................................. salem - 2/9/76 26 J.d. drummonds .............. massachusetts - 2/11/80 26 J.d. drummonds ......................... miami - 12/28/80 26 J.d. drummonds .west virginia wesleyan - 1/12/81 26 J.d. drummonds ................................pitt - 1/14/81 26 cathy parson ......................... penn state - 1/18/82 26 georgeann wells ............cleveland state - 1/25/86 26 christie lambert .........................temple - 1/28/95 26 maria tchobanova .................georgetown - 1/2/96 26 christie lambert ...................providence - 1/21/98 26 laQuita owens ........................... louisville - 3/4/07 field goal percentage (Min. 7 att.) 1.000 (13/13) olayinka sanni .. kennesaw state - 12/21/05 1.000 (9/9) olayinka sanni .................. depaul - 1/9/07 1.000 (8/8) Yelena leuchanka ...northwestern - 11/22/04 1.000 (7/7) susan muth ....west virginia wesleyan - 11/19/81 1.000 (7/7) ilse opstaele ........................vcu - 12/5/98 .917 (11/12) alexis basil ..........................pitt - 1/18/84 .909 (10/11) pat hovorka ............... duquesne - 2/2/80 .900 (9/10) linda findo .................ohio state - 3/9/78 .900 (9/10) Jenny hillen ..................... rutgers - 2/9/87 .900 (9/10) sherell sowho .............. marshall - 1/22/03 .900 (9/10) sherell sowho .... northwestern - 11/22/04 .900 (9/10) laQuita owens.....rhode island - 11/24/07 .889 (8/9) dana crone .................... marshall - 12/4/83 .889 (8/9) Judy eaton ................... duquesne - 1/31/87 .889 (8/9) donna abbott .....................temple - 3/5/92 .889 (8/9) ilse opstaele .........robert morris - 12/10/95 3-point field goals Made 9 christie lambert ...................providence - 1/21/98 8 meg bulger ...................cleveland state - 12/19/05 8 christie lambert ........... st. bonaventure - 2/23/95 8 kate bulger .................................. miami - 2/28/04 8 takisha granberry ........new Jersey tech - 11/28/08 7 christie lambert .........................temple - 1/28/95 7 christie lambert ..........................syracuse - 2/297 7 rebecca burbridge .......................ucla - 11/22/98 7 mandy ronay ............................. rutgers - 1/22/00 7 kate bulger .......................... duquesne - 11/20/01 3-point field goals atteMpted 21 Judy eaton ...................................akron - 12/10/88 18 christie lambert .........................temple - 1/28/95 18 christie lambert ........................ syracuse - 2/2/97 16 meg bulger ...................cleveland state - 12/19/05 16 christie lambert ...................providence - 1/21/98 16 laQuita owens ........................... louisville - 3/4/07 15 laQuita owens ........................... louisville - 3/4/06 15 kate bulger .................................. miami - 2/28/04 14 rebecca burbridge .......................ucla - 11/22/98 13 on 12 occasions 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 7 att.) .889 (8/9) takisha granberry ........................................ new Jersey tech - 11/28/08 .750 (6/8) Judy eaton .............. arizona state - 12/3/88 .750 (6/8) christie lambert ..... massachusetts - 2/2/95 .727 (8/11) christie lambert ..st. bonaventure - 2/23/95 .714 (5/7) Judy eaton .... george washington - 1/23/88 .714 (5/7) debbie blazek .................... rutgers - 2/2/94 .714 (5/7) christie lambert .......................................... north carolina-asheville - 11/25/95 .714 (5/7) rebecca burbridge ......... syracuse - 2/21/96 .714 (5/7) christie lambert .......georgetown - 1/29/97 .714 (5/7) rebecca burbridge ...Youngstown state - 11/19/97 .714 (5/7) christie lambert .....................pitt - 1/31/98 .714 (5/7) kate bulger .................providence - 2/17/01 .714 (5/7) meg bulger ......... northwestern - 11/22/04 .714 (5/7) meg bulger .....................st. John’s - 2/8/05 .714 (5/7) meg bulger ....................... maine - 3/18/05 .714 (5/7) meg bulger ...............georgetown - 1/14/06 .714 (5/7) sherell sowho ...............kentucky - 3/28/05 .714 (5/7) meg bulger ............rhode island - 11/24/07 free throWs Made 21 donna abbott ..............northern illinois - 12/29/90 19 georgeann wells ...................... penn state - 2/8/86 18 talisha hargis .......................................pitt - 2/9/97 15 Jenny hillen ........................... penn state - 1/30/88 14 britney davis-white ...................... rutgers - 3/6/06 14 Jenny hillen ...................................akron - 12/7/87 14 donna abbott .......... george washington - 1/29/90 14 amanda hayes .......................... richmond - 1/4/94 Single Game leaders MEG BULGER
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info 14 talisha hargis .........................providence - 2/10/96 14 talisha hargis ........................ohio state - 12/16/97 13 Jenny hillen .........alabama-birmingham - 12/4/87 13 donna abbott ................... saint Joseph’s - 2/18/89 13 donna abbott ...........western kentucky - 12/15/91 13 anna tillman ....................... saint Joseph’s - 3/4/93 13 Yolanda paige ....................... duquesne - 12/20/03 free throWs atteMpted 22 donna abbott .............northern illinois - 12/19/90 20 britney davis-white ...................... rutgers - 3/6/06 20 georgeann wells ..................... penn state - 2/8/86 20 anna tillman ...................... saint Joseph’s - 3/4/93 20 talisha hargis ......................................pitt - 2/9/97 18 amanda hayes ......................... richmond - 1/4/94 18 talisha hargis ........................providence - 2/10/96 17 talisha hargis .......................ohio state - 12/16/97 16 pat hovorka ................................ edinboro - 2/6/80 16 olivia bradley .............................howard - 2/18/82 16 olivia bradley .................... massachusetts - 3/2/84 16 Jenny hillen ........alabama-birmingham - 12/4/87 16 Jenny hillen .......................... penn state - 1/30/88 16 donna abbott ......... george washington - 1/29/90 16 donna abbott ..........western kentucky - 12/15/91 16 talisha hargis ....................... duquesne - 12/21/95 16 talisha hargis ......................................pitt - 1/4/96 16 talisha hargis ................................ohio - 12/30/96 16 Yolanda paige ...................... duquesne - 12/20/03 16 olayinka sanni .......................providence - 1/13/07 free throW percentage (Min. 7 att.) 1.000 (7/7) linda findo ..................kent state - 2/3/78 1.000 (9/9) cindy winegar ............. marshall - 1/10/79 1.000 (12/12) cindy winegar ............. towson - 2/2/79 1.000 (7/7) debbie Jenkins ......slippery rock - 1/25/81 1.000 (8/8) dora post .......Youngstown state - 12/1/82 1.000 (8/8) Jenny hillen ......................temple - 2/1/86 1.000 (10/10) Jenny hillen .. st. bonaventure - 1/10/87 1.000 (14/14) Jenny hillen ..................akron - 12/7/87 1.000 (7/7) Jenny hillen .. george washington - 12/25/88 1.000 (8/8) donna abbott ..... massachusetts - 1/20/90 1.000 (7/7) donna abbott ........ saint Joseph’s - 3/9/90 1.000 (9/9) rosemary kosiorek ...........temple - 3/6/91 1.000 (7/7) rosemary kosiorek .. st. bonaventure - 1/11/92 1.000 (7/7) rosemary kosiorek ...massachusetts - 2/13/92 1.000 (8/8) anna tillman ............... duquesne - 2/4/93 1.000 (8/8) lori Quertinmont ......massachusetts - 2/6/93 1.000 (8/8) shannon monahan .... rhode island - 2/27/93 1.000 (9/9) amanda hayes ......st. bonaventure - 1/29/94 1.000 (7/7) lisa szymczak ...Youngstown state - 12/16/95 1.000 (12/12) rebecca burbridge ...robert morris - 12/14/96 1.000 (7/7) rebecca burbridge boston college - 1/19/97 1.000 (7/7) talisha hargis ....................ohio - 12/20/97 1.000 (8/8) mandy ronay ............georgetown - 1/3/98 1.000 (7/7) talisha hargis ........ connecticut - 12/10/98 1.000 (10/10) rebecca burbridge . georgetown - 12/10/98 1.000 (7/7) rebecca burbridge ...... notre dame - 2/20/99 1.000 (8/8) brandi batch ...................... miami - 1/8/02 1.000 (8/8) Yolanda paige .......... virginia tech - 3/8/03 1.000 (12/12) Yolanda paige ..........st. John’s - 3/21/05 1.000 (11/11) meg bulger .............. marshall - 1/25/06 1.000 (7/7) chakhia cole .................st. John’s - 3/5/06 1.000 (7/7) laQuita owens ............ louisville - 3/10/08 1.000 (7/7) olayinka sanni ............marquette - 1/16/08 reBounds 28 olivia bradley ...............................temple - 1/26/85 27 olivia bradley ........... george washington - 1/31/83 25 olivia bradley ........................rhode island - 2/9/85 24 mary hennen ........................... shepherd - 1/26/76 22 olivia bradley .................... georgia tech - 12/16/83 22 olivia bradley ............................ marshall - 12/3/84 22 olivia bradley .....................................pitt - 12/5/84 22 georgeann wells .............cleveland state - 1/25/86 21 olivia bradley .............................. rutgers - 2/28/83 20 mary hennen ........................indiana, pa. - 12/9/77 20 olivia bradley ..............Youngstown state - 1/13/82 20 olivia bradley ...............................akron - 11/29/83 20 olivia bradley ................... indiana state - 11/23/84 20 olivia bradley ..................cleveland state - 1/24/85 20 donna abbott .....................rhode island - 2/15/92 offensive reBounds 16 mary hennen ........................... shepherd - 1/26/76 13 mary hennen .....................davis & elkins - 2/20/76 12 donna abbott .....................rhode island - 2/15/92 11 olivia bradley ................... massachusetts - 2/21/85 11 anna tillman ................................. butler - 12/4/92 10 mary hennen ...................... west liberty - 2/11/76 10 olivia bradley ................... indiana state - 11/23/84 10 georgeann wells ......................marshall - 12/22/84 10 olivia bradley .............................. Xavier - 12/29/84 10 kim brown ................................ duquesne - 2/6/88 10 ann murray .......................south alabama - 1/5/91 10 chakhia cole ............................providence - 1/8/05 LIz REPELLA 104
  • 105w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo assists 18 Yolanda paige ................. northwestern - 11/22/04 17 Yolanda paige ........................ longwood - 12/1/04 15 rosemary kosiorek.................. duquesne - 2/29/92 14 rosemary kosiorek................... penn state - 3/8/89 14 Yolanda paige ................... coppin state - 11/30/02 14 Yolanda paige ............................... miami - 2/15/03 14 Yolanda paige ...........................st. John’s - 1/13/04 14 Yolanda paige ..............unc greensboro - 11/19/04 14 Yolanda paige ................... east carolina - 12/21/04 14 Yolanda paige ........................... marshall - 1/11/05 14 Yolanda paige ......................................pitt - 3/5/05 steals 11 cindy (sam) booth ..... west virginia wesleyan - 1/20/75 11 maria tchobanova ................................pitt - 1/4/96 10 Jean mewshaw ........................ shepherd - 2/19/76 10 talisha hargis .............................. rutgers - 2/16/95 9 cindy (sam) booth ............ morris harvey - 1/25/75 9 cindy (sam) booth ................... shepherd - 1/28/75 9 cindy (sam) booth ............. fairmont state - 2/7/75 8 cindy (sam) booth .............. west liberty - 1/15/75 8 cindy (sam) booth .............. west liberty - 2/11/75 8 carol mousseau ..................davis & elkins - 2/20/76 8 J.d. drummonds........................... depaul - 12/5/80 8 alexis basil ....................... massachusetts - 1/19/87 8 dionne morris ......................... alabama - 11/25/88 8 Jenny hillen ..................... massachusetts - 2/23/89 8 rosemary kosiorek..............george mason - 1/3/90 8 christie ammons..............robert morris - 12/10/95 8 talisha hargis ................................ miami - 1/25/96 8 talisha hargis .........................providence - 12/4/96 8 maria tchobanova ......................... miami - 1/22/97 8 Yolanda paige .............................st. John’s - 3/6/04 Blocked shots 17 georgeann wells ....................... marshall - 12/3/83 12 georgeann wells ...............rhode island - 11/25/85 11 georgeann wells ................ massachusetts - 3/1/85 9 georgeann wells ....washington & Jefferson - 2/23/83 9 georgeann wells ..................... penn state - 2/2/84 9 georgeann wells ...............................pitt - 12/5/84 9 georgeann wells .....................marshall - 12/10/85 8 georgeann wells ............ James madison - 1/15/84 8 georgeann wells .....................marshall - 12/22/84 8 georgeann wells ............. massachusetts - 2/20/86 8 georgeann wells ................ saint Joseph’s - 3/1/86 8 georgeann wells .......................... rutgers - 3/7/86 turnovers 13 debbie Jenkins ...................... penn state - 1/31/81 13 kim houser................................. rutgers - 2/25/84 12 leslie sergy ....................... fairmont state - 2/7/75 11 cindy winegar .................... virginia tech - 2/22/78 11 betsy shaw ......... pittsburgh-Johnstown - 1/26/80 11 rosemary kosiorek ..........................pitt - 12/22/89 10 cindy (sam) booth .................. shepherd - 1/28/75 10 Jean mewshaw ................ morris harvey - 2/18/78 10 cathy parson ................. north carolina - 11/17/79 10 lisa ribble .................................. rutgers - 2/25/84 10 dionne morris ..................... penn state - 12/30/85 10 alexis basil ............................... tennessee - 1/4/86 10 Jenny hillen .................. st. bonaventure - 1/26/89 10 rosemary kosiorek .......................ucla - 11/26/89 10 christie ammons ............................ miami - 2/8/96 10 ilse opstaele ....................robert morris - 12/14/96 10 darya kudryavtseva ............... seton hall - 1/28/01 Minutes played 50 Yolanda paige ...........................kentucky - 3/28/05 50 chakhia cole ...............................villanova - 1/6/07 49 chakhia cole .............................kentucky - 3/28/05 48 alexis basil ...................................temple - 1/26/85 48 georgeann wells ..........................temple - 1/26/85 48 meg bulger ...............................kentucky - 3/28/05 47 Judy eaton ............... george washington - 1/23/88 47 laQuita owens ............................villanova - 1/6/07 46 lisa ribble ...................................temple - 1/26/85 45 christy cooper ..................... pepperdine - 11/27/89 45 rosemary kosiorek.............. pepperdine - 11/27/89 45 darya kudryavtseva ...........................pitt - 1/13/01 45 kate bulger ............................georgetown - 2/6/02 45 sherell sowho ........................georgetown - 2/6/02 45 Yolanda paige ........................georgetown - 2/6/02 45 Yolanda paige ............... delaware state - 12/14/03 45 sherell sowho ..............................umkc - 12/30/03 45 Yolanda paige ..............................umkc - 12/30/03 45 chakhia cole ............................ louisville - 2/26/07 triple douBles 17 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals ................................. Jean mewshaw vs. shepherd - 2/19/76 26 points, 10 rebounds, 11 blocks ................................ georgeann wells vs. massachusetts - 3/1/85 23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks ................................ georgeann wells vs. rhode island - 11/25/85 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists ................................ dionne morris vs. st. bonaventure - 12/21/87 30-point gaMes 38 meg bulger ...................cleveland state - 12/19/05 38 christie lambert ...................providence - 1/21/88 37 donna abbott .................. saint Joseph’s - 2/18/89 37 rosemary kosiorek ................... marshall - 1/22/92 36 lisa szymczak ..........Youngstown state - 12/16/95 36 kate bulger .............................. syracuse - 2/26/03 36 meg bulger .............................. marshall - 1/11/05 35 J.d. drummonds ......................... miami - 12/28/80 35 cathy parson ................. glenville state - 12/12/81 35 georgeann wells .....................marshall - 12/22/84 35 christie lambert .........................temple - 1/28/95 34 donna abbott ......... george washington - 1/29/90 34 talisha hargis ......................providence - 12/10/96 34 liz repella ........................................ usf - 2/21/09 33 mary hennen ................................. salem - 2/9/76 33 cathy parson ......................... penn state - 1/18/82 33 georgeann wells ..................... penn state - 2/8/86 33 rosemary kosiorek ..........................pitt - 12/21/91 33 talisha hargis ......................................pitt - 2/9/97 33 kate bulger .....................robert morris - 12/30/01 32 cathy parson ............................ edinboro - 12/7/80 32 donna abbott ........................ duquesne - 2/11/89 32 rosemary kosiorek ........ st. bonaventure - 1/24/91 32 lisa szymczak ..........Youngstown state - 11/30/93 32 talisha hargis .....................rhode island - 1/10/95 32 Yolanda paige ...................... duquesne - 12/20/03 31 cathy parson .................charleston, w.va. - 2/8/82 31 rosemary kosiorek ............. saint Joseph’s - 1/9/92 31 rosemary kosiorek .......... massachusetts - 1/30/92 31 talisha hargis ........................providence - 12/4/96 31 talisha hargis ................bowling green - 12/13/97 31 rebecca burbridge ......................... miami - 2/3/99 31 meg bulger ..............................kentucky - 3/28/05 31 takisha granberry ................georgetown - 2/18/09 30 J.d. drummonds .......western michigan - 12/27/80 30 J.d. drummonds .............. mount mercy - 12/30/80 30 J.d. drummonds ................................pitt - 1/14/81 30 donna abbott ..................... wake forest - 12/1/90 30 rosemary kosiorek ..................... rutgers - 2/28/91 30 lisa szymczak .............................. rutgers - 2/2/94 30 talisha hargis ..........................marshall - 12/17/96 30 meg bulger ............................ duquesne - 12/4/04 30 meg bulger ...................... east carolina - 12/21/04 30 meg bulger ............................ seton hall - 1/15/05 30 laQuita owens ......................... louisville - 2/26/07 30 takisha granberry ........new Jersey tech - 11/28/08 CATHY PARSON
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info points 37 donna abbott ................... saint Joseph’s - 2/18/89 35 christie lambert ..........................temple - 1/28/95 33 mary hennen .................................. salem - 2/9/76 32 donna abbott ......................... duquesne - 2/11/89 32 talisha hargis ......................rhode island - 1/10/95 29 christie lambert ....................... marshall - 1/18/95 28 christie lambert ............ st. bonaventure - 2/23/95 28 ilse opstaele ............................. marshall - 1/18/96 28 kate bulger ..................................... miami - 2/7/01 27 kate bulger .................................st. John’s - 1/6/01 field goals Made 16 mary hennen .................................. salem - 2/9/76 13 ilse opstaele ............................. marshall - 1/18/96 12 mary hennen ...................... west liberty - 1/11/76 12 cathy parson ...............Youngstown state - 2/27/80 12 donna abbott ......................... duquesne - 2/11/89 12 donna abbott ................... saint Joseph’s - 2/18/89 12 talisha hargis ......................rhode island - 1/10/95 12 christie lambert ..........................temple - 1/28/95 11 cathy parson .............................villanova - 2/17/80 11 alexis basil .........................................pitt - 1/18/84 11 kate bulger ..................................... miami - 2/7/01 field goals atteMpted 26 mary hennen .................................. salem - 2/9/76 26 christie lambert ..........................temple - 1/28/95 26 maria tchobanova ..................georgetown - 1/2/96 25 cathy parson ...............Youngstown state - 2/27/80 23 talisha hargis ......................rhode island - 1/10/95 22 mary hennen ..................... fairmont state - 2/2/76 21 donna abbott ......................... duquesne - 2/11/89 21 kate bulger ................................ liberty - 11/25/00 19 mary hennen ............wisconsin-oshkosh - 3/12/76 19 betsy shaw ...................... massachusetts - 2/11/80 19 cathy parson .............................villanova - 2/17/80 19 kim houser ...................... massachusetts - 2/18/84 19 lori wilson ..........................rhode island - 1/19/89 19 talisha hargis ........... george washington - 1/18/95 19 ilse opstaele ............................. marshall - 1/18/96 19 kate bulger .......................... notre dame - 1/24/01 19 kate bulger ......................... virginia tech - 2/14/01 field goal percentage (Min. 10 att.) .917 (11/12) alexis basil ..........................pitt - 1/18/84 .800 (12/15) donna abbott .... saint Joseph’s - 2/18/89 .800 (8/10) maria tchobanova ........st. John’s - 2/24/96 .750 (9/12) christy cooper........ pepperdine - 11/27/89 .750 (9/12) ilse opstaele .........................pitt - 1/31/96 .733 (11/15) kate bulger ...................... miami - 2/7/01 .727 (8/11) alexis basil ............ massachusetts - 3/2/84 .727 (8/11) Jodie runner ....... massachusetts - 2/24/90 .706 (12/17) mary hennen ....... west liberty - 2/11/76 .700 (7/10) lori wilson ...............kent state - 11/29/88 .700 (7/10) donna abbott ........ saint Joseph’s - 3/9/89 .700 (7/10) rebecca burbridge ... duquesne - 12/21/95 .700 (7/10) maria tchobanova ........ marshall - 1/18/96 .700 (7/10) brandi batch ............ohio state - 12/20/98 3-point field goals Made 8 christie lambert ............ st. bonaventure - 2/23/95 7 christie lambert ..........................temple - 1/28/95 6 christie lambert ................ massachusetts - 2/2/95 6 kate bulger .................................st. John’s - 1/6/01 5 christie lambert ..................... duquesne - 1/21/95 5 christie lambert ...................rhode island - 2/4/95 5 christie lambert ..................... duquesne - 2/21/95 5 rebecca burbridge .................... syracuse - 2/21/96 5 kate bulger ................................ liberty - 11/25/00 5 kate bulger ............................providence - 2/17/01 3-point field goals atteMpted 18 christie lambert ..........................temple - 1/28/95 13 christie lambert ...................rhode island - 2/4/95 13 christie lambert ......................... rutgers - 2/16/95 12 christie lambert ........................... rutgers - 3/9/95 12 kate bulger ................................ liberty - 11/25/00 11 christie lambert ..................... duquesne - 1/21/95 11 christie lambert ............ st. bonaventure - 2/23/95 11 christie lambert ................ massachusetts - 2/2/95 10 christie lambert ..................... duquesne - 2/21/95 9 christie lambert ................... virginia tech - 3/1/95 9 Yolanda paige ................ colorado state - 11/23/01 9 laQuita owens .....................providence - 11/22/05 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 5 att.) 1.000 (6/6) kate bulger ....................st. John’s - 1/6/01 .750 (6/8) christie lambert ..... massachusetts - 2/2/95 .727 (8/11) christie lambert st. bonaventure - 2/23/95 .714 (5/7) rebecca burbridge ......... syracuse - 2/21/96 .714 (5/7) kate bulger .................providence - 2/17/01 .667 (4/6) rebecca burbridge ......georgetown - 1/2/96 .667 (4/6) val Zona ................boston college - 12/8/98 .600 (3/5) rosemary kosiorek saint Joseph’s - 1/14/89 .600 (3/5) rosemary kosiorek ...........temple - 1/30/89 .600 (3/5) christie lambert .......... richmond - 12/3/94 .600 (3/5) talisha hargis ...........rhode island - 1/10/95 .600 (3/5) rebecca burbridge .........st. John’s - 1/21/96 .600 (3/5) rebecca burbridge ....georgetown - 1/28/96 .600 (3/5) kate bulger ................ richmond - 12/22/00 .600 (3/5) kate bulger ...................... marshall - 1/9/01 .600 (3/5) meg bulger ....................st. John’s - 1/13/04 free throWs Made 13 donna abbott ................... saint Joseph’s - 2/18/89 12 Yolanda paige ............................. rutgers - 1/12/02 11 cindy triplett ............................marshall - 12/15/80 9 Jenny hillen ................. san diego state - 12/31/85 9 amanda hayes ......... george washington - 1/20/93 9 amanda hayes .......................... duquesne - 2/4/93 9 maria tchobanova ..................... seton hall - 2/3/96 9 mandy ronay .......................................pitt - 2/9/97 9 brandi batch .........................ohio state - 12/20/98 8 olivia bradley ........................ virginia tech - 1/2/82 8 olivia bradley ..............................howard - 2/18/82 8 Jenny hillen ...................................temple - 2/1/86 8 donna abbott ......................... duquesne - 2/11/89 8 talisha hargis .......................... richmond - 12/4/94 Freshman Game records OLIvIA BRADLEY 106
  • 107w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo free throWs atteMpted 16 olivia bradley ..............................howard - 2/18/82 15 cindy triplett ............................marshall - 12/15/80 15 donna abbott ................... saint Joseph’s - 2/18/89 14 Yolanda paige ............................. rutgers - 1/12/02 13 amanda hayes .......................... duquesne - 2/4/93 12 donna abbott ......................... duquesne - 2/11/89 12 brandi batch .........................ohio state - 12/20/98 12 latitia williams ........................providence - 2/5/03 11 olivia bradley ......................... maryland - 11/22/81 11 Jenny hillen ................. san diego state - 12/31/85 11 talisha hargis ..................... massachusetts - 3/8/95 11 rebecca burbridge ...............................pitt - 1/4/96 free throW percentage (Min. 10 att.) .900 (9/10) amanda hayes ....george washington - 1/20/93 .900 (9/10) maria tchobanova ................ seton hall - 2/3/96 .900 (9/10) mandy ronay .................................. pitt - 2/9/97 .867 (13/15) donna abbott .............saint Joseph’s - 2/18/89 .857 (12/14) Yolanda paige ...................... rutgers - 1/12/02 .818 (9/11) Jenny hillen ............san diego state - 12/31/85 .800 (8/10) olivia bradley ....................virginia tech - 1/2/82 .800 (8/10) talisha hargis ..................... richmond - 12/4/94 .750 (9/12) brandi batch ....................ohio state - 12/20/98 .733 (11/15) cindy triplett .....................marshall - 12/15/80 reBounds 24 mary hennen ........................... shepherd - 1/26/76 20 olivia bradley ..............Youngstown state - 1/13/82 19 mary hennen .....................davis & elkins - 2/20/76 18 lisa morton .........................indiana, pa. - 12/11/76 17 mary hennen ........................indiana, pa. - 1/27/76 17 mary hennen ............................ marshall - 2/21/76 17 olivia bradley ............................ marshall - 12/5/81 16 mary hennen ...................... west liberty - 2/11/76 16 mary hennen ........................... shepherd - 2/19/76 16 cindy winegar .....................indiana, pa. - 12/11/76 offensive reBounds 16 mary hennen ........................... shepherd - 1/26/76 13 mary hennen .....................davis & elkins - 2/20/76 10 mary hennen ...................... west liberty - 2/11/76 10 chakhia cole ............................providence - 1/8/05 9 mary hennen ...................... west liberty - 1/15/76 9 mary hennen ........................indiana, pa. - 1/27/76 9 mary hennen ..................... fairmont state - 2/2/76 9 mary hennen ........................... shepherd - 2/19/76 9 mary hennen ............................ marshall - 2/21/76 9 donna abbott ......................... duquesne - 2/11/89 assists 14 rosemary kosiorek................... penn state - 3/8/89 13 Yolanda paige ....................................pitt - 1/19/02 11 rosemary kosiorek............. arizona state - 12/3/88 10 dionne morris .......... george washington - 2/15/86 10 rosemary kosiorek................kent state - 11/29/88 10 rosemary kosiorek.........................temple - 3/2/89 10 Yolanda paige ....................... duquesne - 11/20/01 10 ashley powell........................... louisville - 1/10/06 9 alexis basil ............................... penn state - 2/2/84 9 kim houser .........................rhode island - 2/11/84 9 rosemary kosiorek.................. duquesne - 2/11/89 9 christie ammons..........................temple - 2/12/94 9 christie ammons............................temple - 3/9/94 9 talisha hargis ................... st. bonaventure - 2/8/95 9 mandy ronay .......................................pitt - 2/9/97 9 Yolanda paige ..................... virginia tech - 1/16/02 9 Yolanda paige ........................providence - 2/16/02 9 Yolanda paige ............................. syracuse - 3/2/02 steals 11 maria tchobanova ................................pitt - 1/4/96 10 talisha hargis .............................. rutgers - 2/16/95 7 mary hennen ........................indiana, pa. - 1/27/76 7 alexis basil .....................................ohio - 12/10/83 7 talisha hargis ................... st. bonaventure - 2/8/95 7 talisha hargis ........................ virginia tech - 3/1/95 6 dionne morris ...................... penn state - 12/30/85 6 dionne morris ................................temple - 2/1/86 6 rosemary kosiorek............. arizona state - 12/3/88 6 lori wilson ..........................rhode island - 1/19/89 6 talisha hargis .....................robert morris - 12/8/94 6 talisha hargis ............Youngstown state - 12/17/94 6 talisha hargis ........... george washington - 2/18/95 6 maria tchobanova ............robert morris - 12/10/95 6 ashley powell............................. louisville - 3/4/06 Blocked shots 9 georgeann wells .....washington & Jefferson - 2/23/83 7 olivia bradley ............................... new mexico - 1/9/82 7 georgeann wells ...................................detroit - 2/7/83 6 georgeann wells .............................penn state - 2/2/83 5 olivia bradley ....................................mercer - 12/29/81 5 olivia bradley ......................... georgia state - 12/30/81 5 tracey slogik................................rhode island - 1/4/87 4 olivia bradley ...............................virginia tech - 1/2/82 4 georgeann wells .....................glenville state - 1/17/83 4 georgeann wells ........................... seton hall - 1/29/83 4 tracey slogik...............................saint Joseph’s - 1/5/87 4 tracey slogik....................................penn state - 1/8/87 4 marianne sullivan ..........george washington - 1/17/87 4 lori wilson ................................... kent state - 11/29/88 4 christie lambert .................... st. bonaventure - 2/8/95 4 brandi batch .................................. seton hall - 1/10/99 4 stephanie pannell .........................charlotte - 11/27/99 turnovers 13 kim houser ................................. rutgers - 2/25/84 11 betsy shaw ..................... pitt-Johnstown - 1/26/80 10 cathy parson .................. north carolina - 11/17/79 10 dionne morris ...................... penn state - 12/30/85 9 cindy triplett ...............................villanova - 2/2/80 9 alexis basil .......................... virginia tech - 1/13/84 9 kim houser .........................rhode island - 2/11/84 9 dionne morris .....................rhode island - 1/13/86 9 rosemary kosiorek...........................pitt - 12/30/88 8 linda findo ....................... morris harvey - 1/24/76 8 cathy parson ....................... virginia tech - 2/20/80 8 dionne morris .......... george washington - 2/15/86 8 dionne morris .................. massachusetts - 2/20/86 8 amanda hayes .............................. Xavier - 12/8/92 8 christie ammons... northeastern illinois - 12/30/93 8 Yolanda paige .............................villanova - 1/3/02 8 ashley powell.................unc greensboro - 12/3/05 Minutes played 49 chakhia cole .............................kentucky - 3/28/05 45 christy cooper ..................... pepperdine - 11/27/89 45 Yolanda paige ........................georgetown - 2/6/02 43 Yolanda paige ....................... duquesne - 11/20/01 43 natalie burton ............................... depaul - 3/7/09 42 kate bulger ........................................pitt - 1/13/01 40 alexis basil ............................ohio state - 11/30/83 40 dionne morris .................. massachusetts - 1/11/86 40 dionne morris .....................rhode island - 1/13/86 40 dionne morris ..............................temple - 2/10/86 40 dionne morris ..................... saint Joseph’s - 3/1/86 40 lori wilson ...................................akron - 12/10/88 40 talisha hargis ........... george washington - 2/18/95 40 talisha hargis ........................ virginia tech - 3/1/95 40 ilse opstaele ........................ connecticut - 12/7/95 40 rebecca burbridge ...............................pitt - 1/4/96 40 rebecca burbridge ....................villanova - 1/10/96 40 rebecca burbridge ........................ miami - 1/25/96 40 kate bulger ................................. marshall - 1/9/01 40 kate bulger ..........................georgetown - 1/31/01 40 Yolanda paige ............................... miami - 12/4/01 40 Yolanda paige .............................villanova - 1/3/02 40 Yolanda paige ................................. miami - 1/8/02 40 Yolanda paige ............................. rutgers - 1/12/02 40 Yolanda paige ..................... virginia tech - 1/16/02 40 Yolanda paige ......................... seton hall - 2/10/02 40 Yolanda paige ..................boston college - 2/12/02 40 Yolanda paige ........................providence - 2/16/02 40 Yolanda paige ...................... notre dame - 2/19/02 40 Yolanda paige ...................... connecticut - 2/26/02 40 Yolanda paige ............................. syracuse - 3/2/02 40 ashley powell......................... connecticut - 3/7/06 40 natalie burton ...................................pitt - 2/24/09 30 point gaMes 37 donna abbott ................... saint Joseph’s - 2/18/89 35 christie lambert ..........................temple - 1/28/95 33 mary hennen .................................. salem - 2/9/76 32 donna abbott ......................... duquesne - 2/11/89 32 talisha hargis ......................rhode island - 1/10/95
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info points 36 meg bulger ............................... marshall - 1/11/05 34 donna abbott .......... george washington - 1/29/90 34 talisha hargis .........................providence - 2/10/96 34 liz repella ........................................ usf - 2/21/09 33 kate bulger ......................robert morris - 12/30/01 32 cathy parson ............................. edinboro - 12/7/80 32 lisa szymczak ...........Youngstown state - 11/30/93 31 meg bulger ...............................kentucky - 3/28/05 30 lisa szymczak ............................... rutgers - 2/2/94 30 meg bulger ............................. duquesne - 12/4/04 30 meg bulger ....................... east carolina - 12/21/04 30 meg bulger ............................. seton hall - 1/15/05 field goals Made 14 cathy parson ............................. edinboro - 12/7/80 14 lisa szymczak ...........Youngstown state - 11/30/93 14 kate bulger ......................robert morris - 12/30/01 13 olayinka sanni ............. kennesaw state - 12/21/05 13 cathy parson .......west virginia wesleyan - 1/12/81 12 cathy parson ..........................mcmaster - 12/29/80 12 cathy parson .................Youngstown state - 1/7/81 12 lisa szymczak ............................... rutgers - 2/2/94 12 ilse opstaele ........................... seton hall - 2/12/97 12 meg bulger ............................. duquesne - 12/4/04 12 meg bulger ....................... east carolina - 12/21/04 12 meg bulger ............................... marshall - 1/11/05 12 meg bulger ............................providence - 2/22/05 12 sarah miles .......................... mercyhurst - 12/3/08 field goals atteMpted 27 cathy parson .......west virginia wesleyan - 1/12/81 27 georgeann wells ..........charleston, w.va. - 1/30/84 27 alexis basil ...................................temple - 1/26/85 25 cathy parson .........................indiana, pa. - 1/24/81 25 meg bulger ............................. duquesne - 12/4/04 25 meg bulger ............................... marshall - 1/11/05 25 meg bulger ...............................kentucky - 3/28/05 24 Jean mewshaw ......................... marshall - 2/21/76 24 cathy parson .................Youngstown state - 1/7/81 24 cathy parson ................charleston, w.va. - 1/28/81 24 georgeann wells ............................ohio - 12/10/83 24 kate bulger ......................robert morris - 12/30/01 field goal percentage (Min. 10 att.) 1.000 (13/13) olayinka sanni ...kennesaw state - 12/21/05 .909 (10/11) pat hovorka ............... duquesne - 2/2/80 .900 (9/10) Jenny hillen ..................... rutgers - 2/9/87 .857 (12/14) meg bulger .............providence - 2/22/05 .818 (9/11) chakhia cole .............. louisville - 1/10/06 .818 (9/11) sherell sowho ... colorado state - 11/23/01 .769 (10/13) ilse opstaele..middle tennessee state - 12/21/96 .750 (9/12) Jenny hillen ................... salem - 11/29/86 .750 (9/12) rosemary kosiorek pepperdine - 11/27/89 .750 (9/12) rosemary kosiorek .........temple - 1/11/90 .750 (9/12) ilse opstaele .......robert morris - 12/14/96 .750 (9/12) brandi batch ........ coppin state - 11/28/99 3-point field goals Made 7 christie lambert ......................... syracuse - 2/2/97 7 kate bulger ........................... duquesne - 11/20/01 6 laQuita owens ............................. depaul - 1/31/06 6 christie lambert ..............robert morris - 12/10/95 6 kate bulger ........................................pitt - 1/19/02 6 liz repella .......................... coppin state - 3/19/09 5 on 16 different occasions 3-point field goals atteMpted 18 christie lambert ......................... syracuse - 2/2/97 15 laQuita owens ........................... louisville - 3/4/06 13 christie lambert ........................... miami - 1/22/97 13 kate bulger ........................... duquesne - 11/20/01 13 kate bulger ............................... syracuse - 2/23/02 12 laQuita owens ....................... connecticut - 2/4/06 12 alia clark .................................... liberty - 11/25/00 11 laQuita owens ............................. depaul - 1/31/06 11 christie lambert ..............robert morris - 12/10/95 11 kate bulger ....................... wright state - 11/28/01 11 kate bulger ........................................pitt - 1/19/02 11 meg bulger ............................. duquesne - 12/4/04 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 5 att.) .833 (5/6) meg bulger ....... unc greensboro- 11/19/04 .800 (4/5) christie lambert ...boston college - 12/2/95 .800 (4/5) meg bulger ...........boston college - 1/20/05 .800 (4/5) kate glusko .................providence - 2/22/05 .714 (5/7) christie lambert .. unc asheville - 11/25/95 .714 (5/7) christie lambert .......georgetown - 1/29/97 .714 (5/7) meg bulger .......... northwestern - 11/22/04 .714 (5/7) meg bulger ......................st. John’s - 2/8/05 .714 (5/7) meg bulger ........................ maine - 3/18/05 .667 (4/6) christie lambert ............st. John’s - 1/15/97 .667 (4/6) kate bulger .................providence - 2/16/02 .667 (4/6) meg bulger .........saint francis, pa - 12/7/04 .667 (4/6) meg bulger .................. seton hall - 1/15/05 .667 (4/6) sparkle davis ................ oakland - 12/16/06 .667 (4/6) sparkle davis ......................... usf - 2/17/07 free throWs Made 14 donna abbott .......... george washington - 1/29/90 14 amanda hayes .......................... richmond - 1/4/94 14 talisha hargis .........................providence - 2/10/96 12 rebecca burbridge ...........robert morris - 12/14/96 11 alexis basil .................................. Xavier - 12/29/84 11 talisha hargis ........................ duquesne - 12/21/95 10 lauren cooley .......................indiana, pa. - 12/7/82 10 Jenny hillen ................... st. bonaventure - 1/10/87 10 tracey slogik ..................................akron - 12/7/87 10 lori wilson ..........................rhode island - 1/22/90 10 amanda hayes ................. massachusetts - 1/22/94 10 talisha hargis ............Youngstown state - 12/16/95 10 talisha hargis .............................. syracuse - 3/2/96 10 maria tchobanova ..........bowling green - 11/25/96 10 meg bulger ............................... marshall - 1/11/05 free throWs atteMpted 18 amanda hayes .......................... richmond - 1/4/94 18 talisha hargis .........................providence - 2/10/96 16 pat hovorka ................................ edinboro - 2/6/80 16 donna abbott .......... george washington - 1/29/90 16 talisha hargis ........................ duquesne - 12/21/95 16 talisha hargis .......................................pitt - 1/4/96 15 amanda hayes ................. massachusetts - 1/22/94 15 talisha hargis ............Youngstown state - 12/16/95 15 talisha hargis .............................. syracuse - 3/2/96 13 donna abbott .................... wake forest - 12/10/89 free throW percentage (Min. 10 att.) 1.000 (12/12) rebecca burbridge ... robert morris - 12/14/96 1.000 (10/10) Jenny hillen ..........st. bonaventure - 1/10/87 .917 (11/12) alexis basil ............................Xavier - 12/29/84 .909 (10/11) lori wilson ...................rhode island - 1/22/90 .909 (10/11) meg bulger .........................marshall - 1/11/05 .900 (9/10) chakhia cole ............................depaul - 1/31/06 .900 (9/10) lisa morton ..................................... pitt - 1/7/78 .900 (9/10) donna abbott ................rhode island - 2/22/90 .900 (9/10) rebecca burbridge.................... ohio - 12/30/96 .875 (14/16) donna abbott ...george washington - 1/29/90 .833 (10/12) lauren cooley ................indiana, pa. - 12/7/82 .833 (10/12) tracey slogik ........................... akron - 12/7/87 .833 (10/12) maria tchobanova...bowling green - 11/25/96 reBounds 27 olivia bradley ........... george washington - 1/31/83 21 olivia bradley .............................. rutgers - 2/28/83 19 olivia bradley ............................ bishops - 12/29/82 19 donna abbott ......................... duquesne - 2/11/90 Sophomore Game records 108
  • 109w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 17 lisa morton ................................. marshall - 3/1/78 17 olivia bradley ............................ arizona - 11/27/82 17 olivia bradley .....................robert morris - 2/14/83 17 donna abbott .......... george washington - 2/17/90 17 lisa szymczak .................. northeastern - 12/29/93 17 lisa szymczak ........................... duquesne - 3/5/94 offensive reBounds 10 ann murray .......................south alabama - 1/5/91 9 leslie sergy ................................seton hill - 2/1/75 9 donna abbott .......... george washington - 1/29/90 8 olivia bradley .......................... cincinnati - 1/19/83 8 donna abbott .......... george washington - 2/17/90 8 lisa szymczak ................................ kansas - 1/2/94 8 amanda hayes .............................temple - 2/12/94 8 brandi batch ................................... miami - 2/5/00 8 mary grace carson ......tennessee-martin - 12/3/00 7 11 different occurrences assists 14 Yolanda paige ................... coppin state - 11/30/02 14 Yolanda paige ............................... miami - 2/15/03 12 Yolanda paige ....................robert morris - 12/7/02 11 alexis basil ...............................marshall - 12/22/84 11 alexis basil ............... george washington - 1/20/85 11 dionne morris ................ st. bonaventure - 1/10/87 11 rosemary kosiorek.......................temple - 1/11/90 11 Yolanda paige ................... wright state - 12/18/02 11 Yolanda paige ....................... duquesne - 12/21/02 10 dionne morris ......................... duquesne - 1/31/87 10 christie ammons..........................temple - 2/13/95 10 Yolanda paige ..............................umkc - 12/29/02 10 Yolanda paige ........................... syracuse - 2/26/03 10 Yolanda paige ........................ connecticut - 3/4/03 10 ashley powell........................... louisville - 2/26/07 steals 11 cindy (sam) booth......west virginia wesleyan - 1/20/75 10 Jean mewshaw ........................ shepherd - 2/19/76 9 cindy (sam) booth ...........morris harvey - 1//25/75 9 cindy (sam) booth ................... shepherd - 1/28/75 9 cindy (sam) booth ............. fairmont state - 2/7/75 8 cindy (sam) booth .............. west liberty - 1/15/75 8 cindy (sam) booth .............. west liberty - 2/11/75 8 rosemary kosiorek..............george mason - 1/3/90 8 talisha hargis ................................ miami - 1/25/96 8 maria tchobanova ......................... miami - 2/22/97 Blocked shots 17 georgeann wells ..............................marshall - 12/3/83 9 georgeann wells .............................penn state - 2/2/84 8 georgeann wells ...................James madison - 1/15/84 7 georgeann wells .............. Youngstown state - 2/21/84 6 georgeann wells .............. tennessee-martin - 1/17/83 6 georgeann wells .......................................pitt - 1/18/84 6 talisha hargis ................. Youngstown state - 12/16/95 5 olivia bradley ...................................marshall - 12/4/82 5 georgeann wells ......................... tennessee - 11/19/83 5 georgeann wells ................................ akron - 11/29/83 5 georgeann wells ............................duquesne - 2/16/84 5 georgeann wells ...........................penn state - 2/28/84 5 lori wilson ............................st. bonaventure - 1/25/90 turnovers 12 leslie sergy ........................ fairmont state - 2/7/75 11 cindy winegar ..................... virginia tech - 2/22/78 11 rosemary kosiorek...........................pitt - 12/22/89 10 cindy (sam) booth ................... shepherd - 1/28/75 10 rosemary kosiorek........................ucla - 11/26/89 10 ilse opstaele ....................robert morris - 12/14/96 9 cindy (sam) booth ............. fairmont state - 2/7/75 9 Jean mewshaw ................. morris harvey - 1/24/76 9 laurie evans ......... pittsburgh-Johnstown - 1/26/80 9 cathy parson .............western michigan - 12/27/80 9 dionne morris .......................ohio state - 12/19/86 9 dionne morris ..............................temple - 1/15/87 9 christie ammons................robert morris - 12/8/94 9 talisha hargis ..............................toledo - 11/24/95 9 mandy ronay ............................ miami - 12/313/97 9 mandy ronay ......................... connecticut - 2/4/98 9 Yolanda paige .............mount st. mary’s - 11/22/02 9 sarah miles ............................ notre dame - 3/2/09 Minutes played 48 alexis basil ...................................temple - 1/26/85 48 meg bulger ...............................kentucky - 3/28/05 45 rosemary kosiorek.............. pepperdine - 11/27/89 45 kate bulger ............................georgetown - 2/6/02 45 sherell sowho ........................georgetown - 2/6/02 44 dionne morris .................. massachusetts - 1/19/87 44 Jenny hillen ..................... massachusetts - 1/19/87 44 rosemary kosiorek.......................temple - 1/11/90 44 donna abbott ............................. rutgers - 1/18/90 44 lisa szymczak .................. massachusetts - 1/22/94 44 liz repella ..................................... depaul - 3/7/09 triple douBles 17 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals .................................. Jean mewshaw ........................ shepherd - 2/19/76 30 point gaMes 36 meg bulger ............................... marshall - 1/11/05 34 donna abbott .......... george washington - 1/29/90 34 talisha hargis .........................providence - 2/10/96 34 liz repella ........................................ usf - 2/21/09 33 kate bulger ......................robert morris - 12/30/01 32 cathy parson ............................. edinboro - 12/7/80 32 lisa szymczak ...........Youngstown state - 11/30/93 31 meg bulger ...............................kentucky - 3/28/05 30 lisa szymczak ............................... rutgers - 2/2/94 30 meg bulger ............................. duquesne - 12/4/04 30 meg bulger ....................... east carolina - 12/21/04 30 meg bulger ............................. seton hall - 1/15/05 SARAH MILES
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info points 38 meg bulger ...................cleveland state - 12/19/05 38 christie lambert ....................providence - 1/21/98 36 kate bulger ............................... syracuse - 2/26/03 35 cathy parson .................. glenville state - 12/12/81 35 georgeann wells ......................marshall - 12/22/84 33 cathy parson .......................... penn state - 1/18/82 33 talisha hargis .......................................pitt - 2/9/97 32 rosemary kosiorek......... st. bonaventure - 1/24/91 32 Yolanda paige ....................... duquesne - 12/20/03 31 cathy parson ..................charleston, w.va. - 2/8/82 31 talisha hargis .........................providence - 12/4/96 field goals Made 16 cathy parson .................. glenville state - 12/12/81 15 meg bulger ...................cleveland state - 12/19/05 15 georgeann wells ......................marshall - 12/22/84 14 cathy parson .......................... penn state - 1/18/82 14 cathy parson ..................charleston, w.va. - 2/8/82 14 rosemary kosiorek......... st. bonaventure - 1/24/91 14 christie lambert ....................providence - 1/21/98 14 kate bulger ............................... syracuse - 2/26/03 12 olivia bradley .................... georgia tech - 12/16/83 12 Judy eaton ............................kent state - 11/28/87 12 donna abbott ...................... wake forest - 12/1/90 12 rosemary kosiorek............ virginia tech - 12/20/90 12 rosemary kosiorek...................... rutgers - 2/28/91 12 christy cooper .....................rhode island - 1/28/93 12 christy cooper .................. massachusetts - 1/30/93 12 olayinka sanni ................st. francis, pa. - 12/30/06 field goals atteMpted 28 meg bulger .....................cleveland state - 12/19/5 28 cathy parson ............................... rutgers - 2/13/82 28 kate bulger ............................... syracuse - 2/26/03 26 J.d. drummonds............... massachusetts - 2/11/80 26 cathy parson .......................... penn state - 1/18/82 26 christie lambert ....................providence - 1/21/98 26 laQuita owens ........................... louisville - 3/4/07 24 J.d. drummonds......... george washington - 1/7/80 24 cathy parson ............................. marshall - 12/5/81 24 cathy parson ..................charleston, w.va. - 2/8/82 24 olivia bradley .................... georgia tech - 12/16/83 24 Judy eaton ............................kent state - 11/28/87 24 rosemary kosiorek......... st. bonaventure - 1/24/91 field goal percentage (Min. 10 att.) .900 (9/10) linda findo ......................... ohio state - 3/9/78 .900 (9/10) sherell sowho ......................marshall - 1/22/03 .818 (9/11) Yolanda paige.................. duquesne - 12/20/03 .800 (8/10) christie lambert .......................... pitt - 1/31/98 .800 (8/10) sherell sowho ..............robert morris - 12/7/02 .800 (12/15) olayinka sanni ........st. francis, pa. - 12/30/06 .786 (11/14) kate bulger ................robert morris - 12/7/02 .727 (8/11) mary hennen ........................concord - 2/13/78 .727 (8/11) olivia bradley .......................cheyney - 1/21/84 .727 (8/11) chakhia cole ................. coppin state - 12/2/06 .727 (8/11) sparkle davis ..................................usf - 1/5/08 .714 (15/21) georgeann wells ..............marshall - 12/22/84 .714 (10/14) dora post .............alderson-broaddus - 1/7/84 .714 (10/14) olivia bradley .......charleston, w.va. - 1/30/84 .714 (10/14) Jenny hillen .........st. bonaventure - 12/21/87 .714 (10/14) kate bulger .......................... umkc - 12/29/02 3-point field goals Made 9 christie lambert ....................providence - 1/21/98 8 meg bulger ...................cleveland state - 12/19/05 6 Judy eaton .................................. rutgers - 2/13/88 6 rebecca burbridge .................... syracuse - 1/17/98 6 kate bulger ............................ notre dame - 1/8/03 6 kate bulger ............................... syracuse - 2/26/03 6 meg bulger ......................robert morris - 11/30/05 6 meg bulger .............................marquette - 1/21/06 6 laQuita owens ........................ seton hall - 1/16/07 6 laQuita owens ........................... louisville - 3/4/07 3-point field goals atteMpted 16 christie lambert ....................providence - 1/21/98 16 meg bulger ...................cleveland state - 12/19/05 16 laQuita owens ........................... louisville - 3/4/07 13 laQuita owens ......................... louisville - 2/26/07 13 laQuita owens ........................marquette - 12/6/06 12 meg bulger .............................. louisville - 1/10/06 12 laQuita owens ........................ seton hall - 1/16/07 11 dionne morris .............western kentucky - 1/13/87 11 Judy eaton .................................. rutgers - 2/13/88 11 rebecca burbridge .................... syracuse - 1/17/98 11 kate bulger ............................providence - 1/15/03 11 kate bulger ............................... syracuse - 2/26/03 11 meg bulger ......................robert morris - 11/30/05 11 laQuita owens ..................... texas a&m - 11/18/06 11 laQuita owens ............................... depaul - 1/9/07 11 laQuita owens ............................st. John’s - 2/6/07 11 laQuita owens ............................ rutgers - 2/11/07 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 5 att.) .833 (5/6) sherell sowho ................ marshall - 1/22/03 .800 (4/5) kate bulger .......................umkc - 11/29/02 .714 (5/7) Judy eaton .... george washington - 1/23/88 .714 (5/7) debbie blazek .................... rutgers - 2/2/94 .714 (5/7) rebecca burbridge ...Youngstown state - 11/19/97 .714 (5/7) christie lambert .....................pitt - 1/31/98 .714 (5/7) meg bulger ...............georgetown - 1/14/06 .667 (4/6) shannon monahan .............temple - 3/6/93 .667 (4/6) sherell sowho .................... miami - 2/15/03 .667 (4/6) sparkle davis ........................... usf - 1/5/08 .625 (5/8) kate bulger .............robert morris - 12/7/02 free throWs Made 21 donna abbott ..............northern illinois - 12/29/90 18 talisha hargis .......................................pitt - 2/9/97 15 Jenny hillen ........................... penn state - 1/30/88 14 Jenny hillen ...................................akron - 12/7/87 14 britney davis-white ...................... rutgers - 3/6/06 13 Jenny hillen .........alabama-birmingham - 12/4/87 13 Yolanda paige ....................... duquesne - 12/20/03 12 cindy winegar ............................... towson - 2/2/79 12 talisha hargis .................................ohio - 12/30/96 11 olivia bradley ..................... massachusetts - 3/2/84 11 meg bulger ............................... marshall - 1/25/06 free throWs atteMpted 22 donna abbott ..............northern illinois - 12/29/90 20 talisha hargis .......................................pitt - 2/9/97 20 britney davis-white ...................... rutgers - 3/6/06 16 olivia bradley ..................... massachusetts - 3/2/84 16 Jenny hillen .........alabama-birmingham - 12/4/87 16 Jenny hillen ........................... penn state - 1/30/88 16 talisha hargis .................................ohio - 12/30/96 16 Yolanda paige ....................... duquesne - 12/20/03 16 olayinka sanni .......................providence - 1/13/07 15 georgeann wells ..........................temple - 1/26/85 14 Jenny hillen ...................................akron - 12/7/87 14 talisha hargis .......................... seton hall - 12/7/96 free throW percentage (Min. 10 att.) 1.000 (14/14) Jenny hillen ............................. akron - 12/7/87 1.000 (12/12) cindy winegar ........................ towson - 2/2/79 1.000 (11/11) meg bulger ..........................marshall - 1/25/06 .955 (21/22) donna abbott ......... northern illinois - 12/29/90 .938 (15/16) Jenny hillen ....................... penn state - 1/30/88 .900 (18/20) talisha hargis ................................... pitt - 2/9/77 .900 (9/10) meg bulger .............................louisville - 1/10/06 .833 (10/12) talisha hargis .......................marshall - 12/17/96 .818 (9/11) pam harper ........west virginia wesleyan - 2/3/76 .818 (9/11) talisha hargis .............. bowling green - 11/25/96 .818 (9/11) talisha hargis .........................missouri - 11/22/96 .818 (9/11) chakhia cole ...........................howard - 11/18/06 Junior Game records 110
  • 111w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo reBounds 22 olivia bradley .................... georgia tech - 12/16/83 20 mary hennen ........................indiana, pa. - 12/9/77 20 olivia bradley ...............................akron - 11/29/83 19 Jean mewshaw ......................... marshall - 1/18/78 19 olivia bradley ..............alderson-broaddus - 1/7/84 19 georgeann wells ......................marshall - 12/22/84 19 donna abbott ............................. rutgers - 2/28/91 18 mary hennen ........west virginia wesleyan - 3/3/77 18 Jean mewshaw ......................... marshall - 2/20/78 18 donna abbott ..................... saint Joseph’s - 2/2/91 offensive reBounds 10 georgeann wells ......................marshall - 12/22/84 9 leslie sergy ...............wisconsin-oshkosh - 3/12/76 9 olivia bradley ...............charleston, w.va. - 1/30/84 9 donna abbott ..................... saint Joseph’s - 2/2/91 8 pam harper ...........west virginia wesleyan - 2/3/76 8 leslie sergy .............................. shepherd - 2/19/76 8 olivia bradley .............................cheyney - 1/21/84 7 donna abbott .................. st. bonaventure - 2/4/91 7 donna abbott ................... saint Joseph’s - 2/16/91 7 christy cooper .................. massachusetts - 1/30/93 7 christy cooper .....................rhode island - 2/27/93 7 michelle carter ....................... notre dame - 2/1/03 7 michelle carter .......................... syracuse - 2/26/03 7 olayinka sanni ..................... texas a&m - 11/24/06 7 olayinka sanni ....................... american - 11/25/06 7 olayinka sanni .........................houston - 11/30/06 7 olayinka sanni ........................ seton hall - 1/16/07 assists 14 Yolanda paige ...........................st. John’s - 1/13/04 13 Yolanda paige .............................st. John’s - 3/6/04 12 lisa ribble ..................Youngstown state - 2/21/84 12 dionne morris ........................... duquesne - 1/2/88 12 rosemary kosiorek.........................temple - 3/6/91 12 christie ammons.......Youngstown state - 12/16/95 12 Yolanda paige ........................... marshall - 1/21/04 12 Yolanda paige ..........................providence - 2/4/04 12 Yolanda paige ............................... miami - 2/28/04 11 mandy ronay ......................... notre dame - 1/7/99 11 mandy ronay ............................ marshall - 1/27/99 11 mandy ronay ............................ syracuse - 2/10/99 11 Yolanda paige ....................................pitt - 1/31/04 11 ashley powell.................... presbyterian - 12/15/07 steals 8 carol mousseau ...........................davis & elkins - 2/20/76 8 christie ammons ..................... robert morris - 12/10/95 8 talisha hargis ..................................providence - 12/4/96 8 Yolanda paige ...................................... st. John’s - 3/6/04 7 carol mousseau .........................................salem - 2/9/76 7 Jenny hillen .................alabama-birmingham - 12/4/87 7 Jenny hillen .............................................. pitt - 12/30/87 7 rosemary kosiorek ................. george mason - 12/17/90 7 rosemary kosiorek .......................... duquesne - 1/14/91 7 Jocelyn branham ......................st. bonaventure - 2/4/91 7 talisha hargis ........................................syracuse - 2/2/97 7 maria tchobanova ......................... connecticut - 1/10/98 7 olayinka sanni .................................marquette - 12/6/06 Blocked shots 11 georgeann wells ...................... massachusetts - 3/1/85 9 georgeann wells .......................................pitt - 12/5/84 8 georgeann wells ............................marshall - 12/22/84 6 susan muth ..............................robert morris - 12/9/81 6 georgeann wells ............ Youngstown state - 12/19/84 6 georgeann wells ........................... tennessee - 1/12/85 6 georgeann wells ............george washington - 1/20/85 6 georgeann wells ...................cleveland state - 1/24/85 6 georgeann wells ................................ temple - 1/26/85 6 georgeann wells .........................rhode island - 2/9/85 6 georgeann wells .................... massachusetts - 2/21/85 6 ramika mcgee ........................ east carolina - 11/23/03 turnovers 13 debbie Jenkins ....................... penn state - 1/31/81 10 Jean mewshaw ................. morris harvey - 2/18/78 10 lisa ribble .................................. rutgers - 2/25/84 10 alexis basil ................................ tennessee - 1/4/86 10 christie ammons............................. miami - 2/8/96 9 sara roberts ................................. salem - 1/29/76 9 cindy winegar ........................... marshall - 1/10/79 9 dionne morris ........................... duquesne - 2/2/88 9 shannon monahan .............rhode island - 2/27/93 9 brandi batch .............................. florida - 11/29/00 9 Yolanda paige ............... delaware state - 12/14/03 9 Yolanda paige ......................... seton hall - 1/10/02 Minutes played 50 chakhia cole ...............................villanova - 1/6/07 48 georgeann wells ..........................temple - 1/26/85 47 Judy eaton ............... george washington - 1/23/88 47 laQuita owens ............................villanova - 1/6/07 45 Yolanda paige ............... delaware state - 12/14/03 45 Yolanda paige .......missouri-kansas city - 12/30/03 45 chakhia cole ............................ louisville - 2/26/07 44 Jenny hillen ........................ florida state - 12/5/87 43 kate bulger ............................... syracuse - 2/26/03 42 donna abbott ...................... wake forest - 12/1/90 42 brandi batch ......................................pitt - 1/13/01 42 laQuita owens ......................... louisville - 2/26/07 triple douBles 26 points, 10 rebounds, 11 blocks ................................. georgeann wells ................ massachusetts - 3/1/85 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists ................................. dionne morris .............. st. bonaventure - 12/21/87 30 point gaMes 38 christie lambert ....................providence - 1/21/98 38 meg bulger ...................cleveland state - 12/19/05 36 kate bulger ............................... syracuse - 2/26/03 35 cathy parson .................. glenville state - 12/12/81 35 georgeann wells ......................marshall - 12/22/84 33 cathy parson .......................... penn state - 1/18/82 33 talisha hargis .......................................pitt - 2/9/97 32 rosemary kosiorek......... st. bonaventure - 1/24/91 32 Yolanda paige ....................... duquesne - 12/20/03 31 cathy parson ..................charleston, w.va. - 2/8/82 31 talisha hargis .........................providence - 12/4/96 30 donna abbott ...................... wake forest - 12/1/90 30 rosemary kosiorek...................... rutgers - 2/28/91 30 talisha hargis ...........................marshall - 12/17/96 30 laQuita owens ......................... louisville - 2/26/07 JUDY EATON
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info points 37 rosemary kosiorek.................... marshall - 1/22/92 36 lisa szymczak ...........Youngstown state - 12/16/95 35 J.d. drummonds.......................... miami - 12/28/80 33 georgeann wells ...................... penn state - 2/8/86 33 rosemary kosiorek........................... pitt- 12/21/91 31 rosemary kosiorek.............. saint Joseph’s - 1/9/92 31 rosemary kosiorek........... massachusetts - 1/30/92 31 talisha hargis .................bowling green - 12/13/97 31 rebecca burbridge .......................... miami - 2/3/99 31 takisha granberry ................georgetown - 2/18/09 field goals Made 14 J.d. drummonds........western michigan - 12/27/80 14 J.d. drummonds................................. pitt- 1/14/81 14 J.d. drummonds....................indiana, pa. - 1/24/81 14 rosemary kosiorek........................... pitt- 12/21/91 14 rosemary kosiorek.................... marshall - 1/22/92 14 lisa szymczak ...........Youngstown state - 12/16/95 13 J.d. drummonds.......................... miami - 12/28/80 13 J.d. drummonds..west virginia wesleyan - 1/12/81 13 georgeann wells .............cleveland state - 1/25/86 13 alexis basil .................................stanford - 12/4/86 13 rosemary kosiorek.............. saint Joseph’s - 1/9/92 13 rosemary kosiorek........................ rutgers - 3/7/92 field goals atteMpted 29 Judy eaton ...................................akron - 12/10/88 27 georgeann wells ..........................temple - 2/10/86 27 alexis basil .................................stanford - 12/4/86 26 J.d. drummonds.......................... miami - 12/28/80 26 J.d. drummonds..west virginia wesleyan - 1/12/81 26 J.d. drummonds................................. pitt- 1/14/81 26 georgeann wells .............cleveland state - 1/25/86 24 cathy parson ............................ penn state - 2/2/83 24 georgeann wells ...............rhode island - 11/25/85 24 georgeann wells ................................ pitt- 12/3/85 24 georgeann wells ...................... penn state - 2/8/86 field goal percentage (Min. 10 att.) .900 (9/10) sherell sowho ........... northwestern - 11/22/04 .900 (9/10) laQuita owens ........at rhode island - 11/24/07 .875 (14/16) rosemary kosiorek ...................pitt -12/21/91 .846 (11/13) rosemary kosiorek ..st. bonaventure - 1/2/92 .818 (9/11) dana crone...................... tennessee - 11/22/82 .818 (9/11) olayinka sanni ......................louisville - 3/1/08 .800 (8/10) maria tchobanova ................. villanova - 1/5/99 .800 (8/10) michelle carter .................... st. John’s - 1/13/02 .800 (8/10) chakhia cole .........................cornell - 11/18/07 .786 (11/14) rosemary kosiorek ....robert morris - 2/22/92 3-point field goals Made 8 kate bulger ................................... miami - 2/28/04 8 takisha granberry ........new Jersey tech - 11/28/08 7 rebecca burbridge ..........................ucla - 2/22/98 7 mandy ronay .............................. rutgers - 1/22/00 6 Judy eaton ......................... arizona state - 12/3/88 6 rebecca burbridge .......................... miami - 2/3/99 6 kate bulger ........................robert morris - 12/6/03 6 kate bulger .......................................... pitt -1/3/04 6 sherell sowho ........................ connecticut - 3/2/04 6 laQuita owens .......................... seton hall - 2/3/08 6 meg bulger .............................. oakland - 12/17/07 6 meg bulger ................................ louisville - 3/1/08 6 takisha granberry ................georgetown - 2/18/09 3-point field goals atteMpted 21 Judy eaton ...................................akron - 12/10/88 15 kate bulger ................................... miami - 2/28/04 14 rebecca burbridge ........................ucla - 11/22/98 13 christie lambert .................... notre dame - 1/7/99 13 sherell sowho ........................ connecticut - 3/2/04 13 kate bulger .............................ohio state - 3/20/04 13 takisha granberry ................georgetown - 2/18/09 12 christie lambert ........................... miami - 2/26/99 12 mandy ronay .............................. rutgers - 1/22/00 12 mandy ronay .......................georgetown - 1/26/00 12 laQuita owens ......................... seton hall - 2/3/08 12 laQuita owens ............................ syracuse - 3/3/08 12 laQuita owens ......................... louisville - 3/10/08 12 takisha granberry ....................providence - 3/6/09 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 5 att.) .889 (8/9) takisha granberry ....new Jersey tech - 11/28/08 .833 (5/6) talisha hargis .............. connecticut - 3/1/98 .800 (4/5) Jocelyn branham .. massachusetts - 1/30/92 .800 (4/5) meg bulger .................. duquesne - 12/7/07 .800 (4/5) meg bulger ....................villanova - 2/23/08 .800 (4/5) laQuita owens.......rhode island - 11/24/07 .800 (4/5) laQuita owens...... st. bonaventre - 12/1/07 .750 (6/8) Judy eaton .............. arizona state - 12/3/88 .714 (5/7) sherell sowho ................kentucky - 3/28/05 .714 (5/7) meg bulger ............rhode island - 11/24/07 free throWs Made 19 georgeann wells ...................... penn state - 2/8/86 14 talisha hargis ........................ohio state - 12/16/97 13 donna abbott ...........western kentucky - 12/15/91 13 anna tillman ....................... saint Joseph’s - 3/4/93 12 Jenny hillen ..............western kentucky - 12/18/88 12 rosemary kosiorek.................... virginia - 11/23/91 12 rosemary kosiorek.................. duquesne - 2/29/92 12 Yolanda paige ...........................st. John’s - 3/21/05 11 rosemary kosiorek....western kentucky - 12/15/91 11 rosemary kosiorek............ saint Joseph’s - 1/18/92 11 rosemary kosiorek..... george washington - 2/8/92 11 rosemary kosiorek...................... virginia - 3/26/92 11 lori Quertinmont ...................... marshall - 2/17/93 11 talisha hargis .................bowling green - 12/13/97 11 maria tchobanova ................... seton hall - 1/10/99 free throWs atteMpted 20 georgeann wells ...................... penn state - 2/8/86 20 anna tillman ....................... saint Joseph’s - 3/4/93 17 talisha hargis ........................ohio state - 12/16/97 16 donna abbott ...........western kentucky - 12/15/91 15 olayinka sanni .....................at providence - 2/9/08 14 Jenny hillen ..............western kentucky - 12/18/88 14 rosemary kosiorek.................... virginia - 11/23/91 14 rosemary kosiorek..... george washington - 2/8/92 14 rosemary kosiorek...................... virginia - 3/26/92 14 talisha hargis .................bowling green - 12/13/97 14 talisha hargis .......................georgetown - 2/14/98 free throW percentage (Min. 10 att.) 1.000 (12/12) Yolanda paige ..................... st. John’s - 3/21/05 1.000 (10/10) rebecca burbridge ..... georgetown - 12/12/98 .950 (19/20) georgeann wells .................. penn state - 2/8/86 .923 (12/13) rosemary kosiorek ............. duquesne - 2/29/92 Senior Game records OLAYINKA SANNI 112
  • 113w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo .917 (11/12) rosemary kosiorek ...western kentucky - 12/15/91 .917 (11/12) lori Quertinmont ...................marshall - 2/17/93 .917 (11/12) maria tchobanova............... seton hall - 1/10/99 .909 (10/11) Jenny hillen ............................ rutgers - 1/12/89 .909 (10/11) rebecca burbridge ..... robert morris - 11/18/98 .900 (9/10) georgeann wells ..........................temple - 3/6/86 .900 (9/10) rosemary kosiorek ............... duquesne - 3/12/92 .900 (9/10) anna tillman ....................massachusetts - 2/6/93 .900 (9/10) talisha hargis ......................................pitt -1/8/98 .900 (9/10) adrienne beard ................. georgetown - 2/14/98 reBounds 28 olivia bradley ...............................temple - 1/26/85 25 olivia bradley ........................rhode island - 2/9/85 22 olivia bradley ............................ marshall - 12/3/84 22 olivia bradley ..................................... pitt -12/5/84 22 georgeann wells .............cleveland state - 1/25/86 20 olivia bradley ................... indiana state - 11/23/84 20 olivia bradley ..................cleveland state - 1/24/85 20 donna abbott ...................rhode island - 12/15/92 19 olivia bradley ............Youngstown state - 12/19/84 19 olivia bradley ...........................marshall - 11/22/84 19 olivia bradley .......................... tennessee - 1/12/85 19 georgeann wells ................................ pitt -12/3/85 offensive reBounds 12 donna abbott .....................rhode island - 2/15/92 11 olivia bradley ................... massachusetts - 2/21/85 11 anna tillman ................................. butler - 12/4/92 10 olivia bradley ................... indiana state - 11/23/84 10 olivia bradley .............................. Xavier - 12/29/84 10 kim brown ................................ duquesne - 2/6/88 9 olivia bradley .......................... tennessee - 1/12/85 9 Janell dunlap ...................... wright state - 12/4/03 9 olayinka sanni ........................... canisius - 11/9/07 8 kim brown ............................. penn state - 1/30/88 8 lisa szymczak ................................. miami - 2/8/96 8 olayinka sanni ......................... oakland - 12/17/07 8 takisha granberry ............ northeastern - 11/18/08 assists 18 Yolanda paige ................. northwestern - 11/22/04 17 Yolanda paige ........................ longwood - 12/1/04 15 rosemary kosiorek.................. duquesne - 2/29/92 14 Yolanda paige ..............unc greensboro - 11/19/04 14 Yolanda paige ................... east carolina - 12/21/02 14 Yolanda paige ........................... marshall - 1/11/05 14 Yolanda paige ...................................... pitt -3/5/05 13 Yolanda paige ......................... duquesne - 12/4/04 13 Yolanda paige ........................... syracuse - 1/26/05 12 J.d. drummonds.....................mcmaster - 12/29/80 12 darya kudryavtseva ..... western carolina - 12/2/00 12 Yolanda paige ...........................kentucky - 3/28/05 steals 8 J.d. drummonds ................................... depaul - 12/5/80 8 alexis basil ................................massachusetts - 1/19/87 8 dionne morris ..................................alabama - 11/25/88 8 Jenny hillen ..............................massachusetts - 2/23/89 7 J.d. drummonds .............................mcmaster - 12/29/80 7 dionne morris ...........................st. bonaventure - 2/4/89 7 rosemary kosiorek .............................marshall - 1/22/92 7 talisha hargis ............................. wright state - 11/16/97 6 J.d. drummonds ...............................marshall - 12/15/80 6 J.d. drummonds ...............western michigan - 12/27/80 6 J.d. drummonds ............................indiana, pa. - 1/24/81 6 lisa ribble ........................................ kent state - 12/1/84 6 alexis basil .....................................ohio state - 12/19/86 6 alexis basil ........................................ penn state - 3/6/87 6 Jenny hillen .....................................alabama - 11/25/88 6 Jenny hillen .......................................... akron - 12/10/88 6 Jenny hillen ...................... western kentucky - 12/18/88 6 Jenny hillen ...................................... penn state - 1/3/89 6 Jenny hillen ......................................... rutgers - 1/12/89 6 Jenny hillen ..............................massachusetts - 1/21/89 6 Jenny hillen .................................rhode island - 2/25/89 6 Jenny hillen ......................................... virginia - 3/19/89 6 rosemary kosiorek ....................................pitt -12/21/91 6 lori wilson..................................south alabama - 1/5/92 6 rosemary kosiorek ...................massachusetts - 1/30/92 6 rosemary kosiorek ............................ duquesne - 2/4/92 6 donna abbott ...........................massachusetts - 2/13/92 6 donna abbott ............................ robert morris - 2/22/92 6 rosemary kosiorek .................... robert morris - 2/22/92 6 talisha hargis ......................................... miami - 1/24/98 6 maria tchobanova ...................... georgetown - 12/12/98 6 maria tchobanova .............................providence - 2/6/99 6 sherell sowho .............................. wright state - 12/4/03 6 sherell sowho ..............................................pitt -1/31/04 6 sherell sowho ..........................northwestern - 11/22/04 6 sherell sowho ........................... wichita state - 11/26/04 Blocked shots 12 georgeann wells .....................rhode island - 11/25/85 9 georgeann wells ............................marshall - 12/10/85 8 georgeann wells .................... massachusetts - 2/20/86 8 georgeann wells ........................saint Joseph’s - 3/1/86 8 georgeann wells ..................................rutgers - 3/7/86 7 georgeann wells ...................................drake - 12/6/85 7 georgeann wells ........................ illinois state - 12/7/85 7 georgeann wells ................................ temple - 2/10/86 6 kate bulger.........................................st. John’s - 3/6/04 5 kaye leighton ............................... kent state - 12/7/83 5 olivia bradley ...................................marshall - 12/3/84 5 georgeann wells .........................penn state - 12/30/85 5 georgeann wells ............................. tennessee - 1/4/86 5 georgeann wells .................... massachusetts - 1/11/86 5 georgeann wells ............................duquesne - 1/18/86 5 georgeann wells ...........................penn state - 1/23/86 5 georgeann wells .................................. temple - 2/1/86 5 georgeann wells ........................saint Joseph’s - 2/3/86 5 georgeann wells ............................duquesne - 2/13/86 5 georgeann wells .................................. temple - 3/6/86 5 lori wilson .............................. st. bonaventure - 1/2/92 5 lori wilson ............................st. bonaventure - 1/11/92 5 lori wilson ....................................... arkansas - 1/26/92 turnovers 10 Jenny hillen ................... st. bonaventure - 1/26/89 10 darya kudryavtseva ................ seton hall - 1/28/01 9 cindy winegar ................ north carolina - 11/17/79 9 cathy parson .......... district of columbia - 12/28/82 9 maria tchobanova ...virginia commonwealth - 12/5/98 9 maria tchobanova ................ notre dame - 2/20/99 8 Jean mewshaw .... pittsburgh-Johnstown - 12/6/78 8 rosemary kosiorek...................... indiana - 12/7/91 8 lori Quertinmont ....................kentucky - 12/12/92 8 lori Quertinmont ................rhode island - 1/28/93 8 christie ammons ...middle tennessee state - 12/21/96 8 talisha hargis ............................ virginia - 11/23/97 8 maria tchobanova ................... seton hall - 1/10/99 8 mandy ronay .........................providence - 12/8/99 8 darya kudryavtseva .................... rutgers - 1/17/01 8 ashley powell.......................... duquesne - 12/7/08 8 ashley powell................. st. bonaventure - 3/21/09 Minutes played 50 Yolanda paige ...........................kentucky - 3/28/05 46 lisa ribble ...................................temple - 1/26/85 45 darya kudryavtseva ........................... pitt -1/13/01 45 sherell sowho ..............................umkc - 12/30/03 45 takisha granberry .......................... depaul - 3/7/09 44 cathy parson ............................... rutgers - 2/28/83 44 Janet hoffman .............................temple - 1/26/85 44 rosemary kosiorek...................... indiana - 12/7/91 43 olivia bradley ...............................temple - 1/26/85 43 georgeann wells ..........................temple - 2/10/86 43 kate bulger ................... delaware state - 12/14/03 43 sherell sowho ............... delaware state - 12/14/03 43 sherell sowho ...........................kentucky - 3/28/05 triple douBles 23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks ................................. georgeann wells ...............rhode island - 11/25/85 30 point gaMes 37 rosemary kosiorek.................... marshall - 1/22/92 36 lisa szymczak ...........Youngstown state - 12/16/95 35 J.d. drummonds.......................... miami - 12/28/80 33 georgeann wells ...................... penn state - 2/8/86 33 rosemary kosiorek........................... pitt -12/21/91 31 rosemary kosiorek.............. saint Joseph’s - 1/9/92 31 rosemary kosiorek........... massachusetts - 1/30/92 31 talisha hargis .................bowling green - 12/13/97 31 rebecca burbridge .......................... miami - 2/3/99 31 takisha granberry ................georgetown - 2/18/09 30 J.d. drummonds........western michigan - 12/27/80 30 J.d. drummonds............... mount mercy - 12/30/80 30 J.d. drummonds................................. pitt -1/14/81 30 takisha granberry ........new Jersey tech - 11/28/08
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info 500-point seasons 730 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1992 693 J.d. drummonds ........................................ 1981 683 cathy parson .............................................. 1981 663 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 590 cathy parson .............................................. 1982 587 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1991 543 liz repella ................................................. 2009 533 olayinka sanni ........................................... 2008 530 takisha granberry ...................................... 2009 522 lisa szymczak ............................................ 1994 519 talisha hargis ............................................. 1997 511 georgeann wells ........................................ 1986 507 Jenny hillen ............................................... 1989 503 alexis basil ................................................. 1987 502 donna abbott ............................................ 1990 total points 730 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1992 693 J.d. drummonds ........................................ 1981 683 cathy parson .............................................. 1981 663 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 590 cathy parson .............................................. 1982 587 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1991 543 liz repella ................................................. 2009 533 olayinka sanni ........................................... 2008 530 takisha granberry ...................................... 2009 522 lisa szymczak ............................................ 1994 519 talisha hargis ............................................. 1997 511 georgeann wells ........................................ 1986 scoring average 24.3 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1992 21.0 J.d. drummonds ........................................ 1981 20.7 cathy parson .............................................. 1981 20.2 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1991 19.8 meg bulger ................................................ 2006 19.5 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 19.3 lisa szymczak ............................................ 1994 19.0 cathy parson .............................................. 1982 18.3 georgeann wells ........................................ 1986 17.9 talisha hargis ............................................. 1997 field goals Made 300 J.d. drummonds ........................................ 1981 257 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1992 253 cathy parson .............................................. 1981 253 cathy parson .............................................. 1982 247 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 227 olayinka sanni ........................................... 2008 223 alexis basil ................................................. 1987 223 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1991 211 georgeann wells ........................................ 1986 205 cathy parson .............................................. 1983 field goals atteMpted 657 cathy parson .............................................. 1981 555 J.d. drummonds ........................................ 1981 543 J.d. drummonds ........................................ 1980 538 cathy parson .............................................. 1982 537 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 513 alexis basil ................................................. 1987 495 georgeann wells ........................................ 1986 492 liz repella ................................................. 2009 476 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1991 476 takisha granberry ...................................... 2009 field goal percentage (Min. 100 att.) .588 (227/386) olayinka sanni ........................... 2008 .583 (162/278) olayinka sanni ........................... 2006 .569 (95/167) Yelena leuchanka ...................... 2006 .569 (83/146) susan muth ................................ 1982 .558 (257/461) rosemary kosiorek ..................... 1992 .556 (124/223) donna abbott ............................ 1989 .553 (178-322) olayinka sanni ........................... 2007 .534 (117/219) dana crone ................................. 1983 .531 (182/343) ilse opstaele ............................... 1997 .524 (88/168) tracey slogik .............................. 1987 .523 (81/155) adrienne beard .......................... 1998 3-point field goals 94 takisha granberry ...................................... 2009 92 kate bulger ................................................ 2004 91 laQuita owens ........................................... 2007 88 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 83 christie lambert ........................................ 1995 83 meg bulger ................................................ 2008 81 laQuita owens ........................................... 2008 77 kate bulger ................................................ 2003 76 kate bulger ................................................ 2002 67 sherell sowho ............................................ 2005 66 liz repella ................................................. 2009 3-point field goals atteMpted 267 laQuita owens ........................................... 2007 247 takisha granberry ...................................... 2009 234 kate bulger ................................................ 2004 222 christie lambert ........................................ 1995 208 laQuita owens ........................................... 2008 197 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 196 liz repella ................................................. 2009 189 kate bulger ................................................ 2002 187 meg bulger ................................................ 2008 180 Judy eaton ................................................. 1989 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 50 att.) .470 (77/164) kate bulger ................................ 2003 .463 (31/67) rosemary kosiorek ..................... 1990 .449 (40/89) rebecca burbridge ..................... 1996 .447 (38/85) Jocelyn branham ........................ 1991 .447 (88/197) meg bulger ................................ 2005 .444 (83/187) meg bulger ................................ 2008 .432 (63/146) meg bulger ................................ 2006 .430 (52/121) rebecca burbridge ..................... 1999 .416 (57/137) kate bulger ................................ 2001 .412 (54/131) Judy eaton.................................. 1988 free throWs Made 190 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1992 160 talisha hargis ............................................. 1997 154 donna abbott ............................................ 1990 147 talisha hargis ............................................. 1996 139 talisha hargis ............................................. 1998 133 donna abbott ............................................ 1991 128 maria tchobanova ...................................... 1997 125 Jenny hillen ............................................... 1988 123 maria tchobanova ...................................... 1999 120 olivia bradley ............................................. 1985 free throWs atteMpted 230 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1992 221 talisha hargis ............................................. 1996 212 donna abbott ............................................ 1990 208 talisha hargis ............................................. 1997 200 donna abbott ............................................ 1991 190 olivia bradley ............................................. 1985 185 maria tchobanova ...................................... 1997 184 talisha hargis ............................................. 1998 168 anna tillman .............................................. 1993 165 olivia bradley ............................................. 1984 free throW percentage (Min. 50 att.) .880 (66/75) Janell dunlap ............................. 2004 .857 (72/84) Jenny hillen ............................... 1987 .856 (83/97) rebecca burbridge ..................... 1999 .849 (62/73) lori wilson ................................. 1992 .847 (94/111) rebecca burbridge ..................... 1997 .843 (43/51) meg bulger ................................ 2004 .842 (48/57) rebecca burbridge ..................... 1998 .838 (67/80) Jenny hillen ............................... 1986 .835 (81/97) meg bulger ................................ 2005 .826 (190/230) rosemary kosiorek ..................... 1992 total reBounds 458 olivia bradley ............................................. 1985 386 olivia bradley ............................................. 1984 358 olivia bradley ............................................. 1983 348 georgeann wells ........................................ 1986 324 georgeann wells ........................................ 1985 296 donna abbott ............................................ 1991 284 lisa szymczak ............................................ 1994 282 olivia bradley ............................................. 1982 279 donna abbott ............................................ 1990 268 liz repella ................................................. 2009 offensive reBounds 122 mary hennen ............................................. 1976 116 donna abbott ............................................ 1990 115 olayinka sanni ........................................... 2008 113 donna abbott ............................................ 1991 101 olayinka sanni ........................................... 2007 98 lisa morton ................................................ 1978 96 donna abbott ............................................ 1992 93 sue duessel ................................................ 1978 90 chakhia cole .............................................. 2005 89 liz repella ................................................. 2009 Single Season leaders 114
  • 115w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo reBounding average 15.3 olivia bradley ............................................. 1985 13.3 olivia bradley ............................................. 1984 12.8 olivia bradley ............................................. 1983 12.5 mary hennen ............................................. 1976 12.4 georgeann wells ........................................ 1986 11.0 mary hennen ............................................. 1978 10.8 georgeann wells ........................................ 1985 10.5 lisa szymczak ............................................ 1994 10.4 mary hennen ............................................. 1977 10.2 donna abbott ............................................ 1991 assists 297 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2005 253 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2004 203 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1992 199 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2003 190 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1989 181 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1991 176 ashley powell ............................................ 2009 176 lisa ribble ................................................. 1985 162 dionne morris ............................................ 1988 153 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2002 assist average 8.7 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2005 7.9 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2004 7.1 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2003 6.8 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1992 6.2 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1991 6.1 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1989 5.9 lisa ribble ................................................. 1985 5.8 dionne morris ............................................ 1988 5.5 ashley powell ............................................ 2009 5.5 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1990 5.5 dionne morris ............................................ 1987 steals 114 Jenny hillen ............................................... 1989 105 talisha hargis ............................................. 1996 103 Jenny hillen ............................................... 1988 98 alexis basil ................................................. 1987 94 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1992 94 talisha hargis ............................................. 1995 93 J.d. drummonds ........................................ 1981 89 Jean mewshaw .......................................... 1978 85 talisha hargis ............................................. 1997 84 donna abbott ............................................ 1992 steals per gaMe 5.6 cindy (sam) booth ..................................... 1975 4.2 carol mousseau .......................................... 1975 3.9 talisha hargis ............................................. 1996 3.7 Jenny hillen ............................................... 1988 3.6 Jenny hillen ............................................... 1989 3.4 Jean mewshaw .......................................... 1978 3.4 alexis basil ................................................. 1987 3.4 talisha hargis ............................................. 1995 3.3 Jean mewshaw .......................................... 1976 3.2 donna abbott ............................................ 1992 Blocked shots 140 georgeann wells ........................................ 1986 124 georgeann wells ........................................ 1985 117 georgeann wells ........................................ 1984 55 georgeann wells ........................................ 1983 54 lori wilson ................................................. 1992 51 olivia bradley ............................................. 1984 42 olivia bradley ............................................. 1982 42 olivia bradley ............................................. 1983 38 ramika mcgee ........................................... 2005 37 Yelena leuchanka ...................................... 2006 37 olivia bradley ............................................. 1985 turnovers 166 cindy winegar............................................ 1978 157 Jean mewshaw .......................................... 1978 147 ashley powell ............................................ 2009 145 dionne morris ............................................ 1988 139 dionne morris ............................................ 1986 126 darya kudryavtseva ................................... 2001 121 cathy parson .............................................. 1981 119 Jenny hillen ............................................... 1989 112 dionne morris ............................................ 1987 111 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1991 111 talisha hargis ............................................. 1997 personal fouls 118 maria tchobanova ...................................... 1997 116 chakhia cole .............................................. 2005 112 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 109 olivia bradley ............................................. 1985 107 tracey slogik .............................................. 1988 105 olayinka sanni ........................................... 2006 104 liz repella ................................................. 2009 104 tracey slogik .............................................. 1987 104 maria tchobanova ...................................... 1996 102 olayinka sanni ........................................... 2007 disqualifications 11 tracey slogik .............................................. 1988 11 chakhia cole .............................................. 2005 10 tracey slogik .............................................. 1987 9 maria tchobanova ...................................... 1996 9 maria tchobanova ...................................... 1997 9 maria tchobanova ...................................... 1998 8 lori wilson ................................................. 1989 7 laurie evans ............................................... 1979 7 tracey slogik .............................................. 1990 7 brandi batch .............................................. 1999 7 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 Minutes played 1,325 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2005 1,235 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 1,227 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2004 1,186 sherell sowho ............................................ 2005 1,173 liz repella ................................................. 2009 1,139 sarah miles ................................................ 2009 1,113 takisha granberry ...................................... 2009 1,104 sherell sowho ............................................ 2004 1,104 chakhia cole .............................................. 2007 1,099 chakhia cole .............................................. 2005 Minutes per gaMe 39.0 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2005 38.3 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2004 37.4 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2002 37.3 darya kudryavtseva ................................... 2001 37.3 kate bulger ................................................ 2002 37.1 sherell sowho ............................................ 2005 36.5 alexis basil ................................................. 1987 36.4 georgeann wells ........................................ 1986 36.3 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 35.5 liz repella ................................................. 2009 gaMes played 34 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2005 34 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 34 chakhia cole .............................................. 2005 33 J.d. drummonds ........................................ 1981 33 cathy parson .............................................. 1981 33 olayinka sanni ........................................... 2005 33 liz repella ................................................. 2009 33 takisha granberry ...................................... 2009 33 sarah miles ................................................ 2009 33 natalie burton ........................................... 2009 33 alex sanabria ............................................. 2009 gaMes started 34 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2005 34 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 34 chakhia cole .............................................. 2005 33 liz repella ................................................. 2009 33 takisha granberry ...................................... 2009 33 sarah miles ................................................ 2009 32 sherell sowho ............................................ 2004 32 Yolanda paige ............................................ 2004 32 Janell dunlap ............................................. 2004 32 michelle carter........................................... 2004 32 kate bulger ................................................ 2004 32 olayinka sanni ........................................... 2007 32 olayinka sanni ........................................... 2007 32 olayinka sanni ........................................... 2007 32 ashley powell ............................................ 2009 douBle douBles 22 georgeann wells ........................................ 1986 21 olivia bradley ............................................. 1984 20 olivia bradley ............................................. 1985 18 olivia bradley ............................................. 1983 17 georgeann wells ........................................ 1985 15 donna abbott ............................................ 1991 15 lisa szymczak ............................................ 1994 14 donna abbott ............................................ 1990 14 donna abbott ............................................ 1992 12 mary hennen ............................................. 1976 12 Jean mewshaw .......................................... 1978 12 liz repella ................................................. 2009 20-point gaMes 24 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1992 18 cathy parson .............................................. 1981 16 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 15 J.d. drummonds ........................................ 1981 15 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1991 14 lisa szymczak ............................................ 1994 14 talisha hargis ............................................. 1997 11 cathy parson .............................................. 1982 11 cathy parson .............................................. 1983 11 georgeann wells ........................................ 1986 10 Jenny hillen ............................................... 1989 30-point gaMes 5 meg bulger ................................................ 2005 4 J.d. drummonds ........................................ 1981 4 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1992 3 cathy parson .............................................. 1982 3 talisha hargis ............................................. 1997 2 donna abbott ............................................ 1989 2 rosemary kosiorek .................................... 1991 2 lisa szymczak ............................................ 1994 2 takisha granberry ...................................... 2009 1 by 19 different players
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info points 474 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 391 kate bulger .................................................. 2001 382 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 381 olivia bradley .............................................. 1982 362 cathy parson ................................................ 1980 352 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 333 alexis basil .................................................. 1984 327 donna abbott .............................................. 1989 319 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2002 284 kim houser ................................................ 19844 scoring average 16.9 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 14.5 kate bulger .................................................. 2001 14.2 mary hennen ............................................... 1976 13.6 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 13.6 donna abbott .............................................. 1989 12.9 cathy parson ................................................ 1980 12.7 olivia bradley .............................................. 1982 11.9 georgeann wells .......................................... 1983 11.5 alexis basil .................................................. 1984 11.4 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2002 field goals Made 164 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 150 alexis basil .................................................. 1984 149 kate bulger .................................................. 2001 148 cathy parson ................................................ 1980 139 olivia bradley .............................................. 1982 130 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 124 donna abbott .............................................. 1989 123 kim houser .................................................. 1984 122 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 121 Judy eaton ................................................... 1986 121 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1996 field goals atteMpted 403 cathy parson ................................................ 1980 393 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 352 kate bulger .................................................. 2001 343 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 321 olivia bradley .............................................. 1982 316 alexis basil .................................................. 1984 302 Judy eaton ................................................... 1986 296 dionne morris .............................................. 1986 278 kim houser .................................................. 1984 277 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 field goal percentage (Min. 50 att.) .556 (124/223) donna abbott ............................ 1989 .545 (36/66) Jean mewshaw .......................... 1975 .524 (88/168) tracey slogik .............................. 1987 .514 (109/212) lori wilson ................................. 1989 .504 (70/139) natalie burton ............................ 2009 .500 (39/78) kaye leighton ............................ 1981 .492 (29/59) ann murray ................................ 1990 .475 (150/316) alexis basil ................................. 1984 .475 (121/255) ilse opstaele ............................... 1996 .473 (69/146) christy cooper ............................ 1990 3-point field goals Made 83 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 57 kate bulger .................................................. 2001 44 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 40 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1996 31 meg bulger .................................................. 2004 30 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 23 val Zona ....................................................... 1999 14 amanda baker ............................................. 1994 12 mandy ronay............................................... 1997 12 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2002 3-point field goals atteMpted 222 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 137 kate bulger .................................................. 2001 126 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 125 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 89 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1996 77 meg bulger .................................................. 2004 73 val Zona ....................................................... 1999 56 amanda baker ............................................. 1994 48 laQuita owens ............................................ 2005 43 mandy ronay............................................... 1997 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 50 att.) .449 (40/89) rebecca burbridge ..................... 1996 .416 (57/137) kate bulger ................................ 2001 .403 (31/77) meg bulger ................................ 2004 .374 (83/222) christie lambert ........................ 1995 .352 (44/125) rosemary kosiorek ..................... 1989 .315 (23/73) val Zona ..................................... 1999 .250 (14/56) amanda baker............................ 1994 .238 (30/126) talisha hargis ............................. 1995 free throWs Made 103 olivia bradley .............................................. 1982 92 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 81 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2002 79 donna abbott .............................................. 1989 76 pat hovorka ................................................. 1979 72 amanda hayes ............................................. 1993 67 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1986 66 cathy parson ................................................ 1980 64 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 63 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 63 brandi batch ................................................ 1999 63 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 free throWs atteMpted 163 olivia bradley .............................................. 1982 137 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 133 pat hovorka ................................................. 1979 117 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2002 110 donna abbott .............................................. 1989 103 amanda hayes ............................................. 1993 103 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 91 cathy parson ................................................ 1980 88 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 85 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2005 free throW percentage (Min. 50 att.) .843 (43/51) meg bulger ................................ 2004 .838 (67/80) Jenny hillen ............................... 1986 .818 (63/77) christie lambert ........................ 1995 .750 (63/84) brandi batch .............................. 1999 .750 (51/68) lisa ribble .................................. 1982 .746 (50/67) tracey slogik .............................. 1987 .727 (64/88) rosemary kosiorek ..................... 1989 .725 (66/91) cathy parson .............................. 1980 .720 (36/50) kate bulger ................................ 2001 .718 (79/110) donna abbott ............................ 1989 reBounds 282 olivia bradley .............................................. 1982 248 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 244 mary hennen ............................................... 1976 210 betsy shaw .................................................. 1980 182 donna abbott .............................................. 1989 177 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 176 lori wilson ................................................... 1989 174 lisa morton ................................................. 1977 174 georgeann wells .......................................... 1983 169 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 offensive reBounds 125 mary hennen ............................................... 1976 91 natalie burton ............................................. 2009 90 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 75 donna abbott .............................................. 1989 72 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2005 67 lori wilson ................................................... 1989 55 Zsofia horvath ............................................. 2001 51 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1996 47 amanda hayes ............................................. 1993 45 latitia williams ............................................ 2003 reBounding average 12.8 mary hennen ............................................... 1976 9.4 olivia bradley .............................................. 1982 8.3 georgeann wells .......................................... 1983 7.6 leslie sergy.................................................. 1974 7.6 donna abbott .............................................. 1989 7.3 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 7.2 betsy shaw .................................................. 1980 7.0 Jenni kurucz ................................................ 1986 6.7 lisa morton ................................................. 1977 6.3 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 6.3 Zsofia horvath ............................................. 2001 assists 190 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 153 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2002 Freshman Season leaders 116
  • 117w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 124 ashley powell .............................................. 2006 114 dionne morris .............................................. 1986 111 alexis basil .................................................. 1984 110 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 95 kim houser .................................................. 1984 94 christie ammons ......................................... 1994 83 lisa ribble ................................................... 1982 81 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1986 assist average 6.1 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 5.5 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2002 4.0 ashley powell .............................................. 2006 3.9 dionne morris .............................................. 1986 3.9 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 3.8 alexis basil .................................................. 1984 3.5 christie ammons ......................................... 1994 3.3 kim houser .................................................. 1984 3.0 alia clark ..................................................... 2000 2.8 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1986 steals 94 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 74 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1996 66 ashley powell .............................................. 2006 63 mary hennen ............................................... 1976 62 dionne morris .............................................. 1986 58 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1986 55 alexis basil .................................................. 1984 55 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 54 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 47 cathy parson ................................................ 1980 steals per gaMe 3.4 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 3.3 mary hennen ............................................... 1976 2.7 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1996 2.1 dionne morris .............................................. 1986 2.1 ashley powell .............................................. 2006 2.0 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1986 1.9 donna abbott .............................................. 1989 1.9 alexis basil .................................................. 1984 1.8 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 1.7 cathy parson ................................................ 1980 Blocked shots 55 georgeann wells .......................................... 1983 42 olivia bradley .............................................. 1982 31 tracey slogik ................................................ 1987 28 lori wilson ................................................... 1989 26 brandi batch ................................................ 1999 24 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 23 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 20 marianne sullivan........................................ 1987 20 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2005 17 kate bulger .................................................. 2001 turnovers 139 dionne morris .............................................. 1986 110 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 109 kim houser .................................................. 1984 109 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2002 107 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 105 ashley powell .............................................. 2006 104 alexis basil .................................................. 1984 101 kate bulger .................................................. 2001 96 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1986 96 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1996 personal fouls 116 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 104 tracey slogik ................................................ 1987 104 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1996 101 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 93 olivia bradley .............................................. 1982 92 lori wilson ................................................... 1989 89 marianne sullivan........................................ 1987 89 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 87 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2005 86 brandi batch ................................................ 1999 disqualifications 11 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 10 tracey slogik ................................................ 1987 9 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1996 8 lori wilson ................................................... 1989 7 laurie evans ................................................ 1979 7 brandi batch ................................................ 1999 6 marianne sullivan........................................ 1987 6 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 5 betsy shaw .................................................. 1980 5 meg bulger .................................................. 2004 Minutes played 1,099 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 1,046 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2002 986 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 949 dionne morris .............................................. 1986 948 natalie burton ............................................. 2009 933 kate bulger .................................................. 2001 920 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 896 alexis basil .................................................. 1984 889 Judy eaton ................................................... 1986 831 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1986 Minutes per gaMe 37.4 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2002 34.6 kate bulger .................................................. 2001 32.9 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 32.7 dionne morris .............................................. 1986 32.3 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 31.8 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 31.0 Jenni kurucz ................................................ 1986 30.9 alexis basil .................................................. 1984 30.7 Judy eaton ................................................... 1986 29.3 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 gaMes played 34 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 33 cindy triplett ............................................... 1981 33 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2005 33 natalie burton ............................................. 2009 32 liz repella ................................................... 2008 32 dominique dixon ......................................... 2009 31 Janet hoffman ............................................. 1982 31 lisa ribble ................................................... 1982 31 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 31 ashley powell .............................................. 2006 gaMes started 34 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 31 natalie burton ............................................. 2009 30 ashley powell .............................................. 2006 29 Judy eaton ................................................... 1986 28 dionne morris .............................................. 1986 28 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 27 kate bulger .................................................. 2001 27 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2002 25 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1996 23 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 douBle douBles 12 mary hennen ............................................... 1976 9 olivia bradley .............................................. 1982 9 donna abbott .............................................. 1989 6 georgeann wells .......................................... 1983 4 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 4 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1996 3 lisa morton ................................................. 1977 3 betsy shaw .................................................. 1980 3 cindy triplett ............................................... 1981 3 lori wilson ................................................... 1989 3 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2002 2 cindy winegar ............................................. 1977 2 dionne morris .............................................. 1986 2 amanda hayes ............................................. 1993 2 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 2 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 2 meg bulger .................................................. 2004 2 chakhia cole ................................................ 2005 1 kaye leighton .............................................. 1981 1 kim brown ................................................... 1985 1 Judy eaton ................................................... 1986 1 Jodie runner ............................................... 1990 1 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1993 1 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1996 1 brandi batch ................................................ 1999 1 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2005 1 natalie burton ............................................. 2009 20-point gaMes 7 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 6 kate bulger .................................................. 2001 5 donna abbott .............................................. 1989 5 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 4 mary hennen ............................................... 1976 2 cathy parson ................................................ 1980 2 olivia bradley ................................................ 198 2 alexis basil .................................................. 1984 2 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1989 2 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1996 2 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1996 1 cindy winegar ............................................. 1977 1 kim houser .................................................. 1984 1 lori wilson ................................................... 1989 1 christy cooper ............................................. 1990 1 amanda hayes ............................................. 1993 1 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1993 1 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1996 1 brandi batch ................................................ 1999 1 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2002 1 meg bulger .................................................. 2004 1 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2005 30-point gaMes 2 donna abbott .............................................. 1989 1 mary hennen ............................................... 1976 1 talisha hargis .............................................. 1995 1 christie lambert .......................................... 1995
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info points 683 cathy parson ................................................ 1981 663 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 543 liz repella ................................................... 2009 522 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 502 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 471 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 440 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 432 kate bulger .................................................. 2002 410 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1997 402 sarah miles .................................................. 2009 scoring average 20.7 cathy parson ................................................ 1981 19.5 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 19.3 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 17.4 christie lambert .......................................... 1996 17.3 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 16.5 liz repella ................................................... 2009 16.3 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 15.4 kate bulger .................................................. 2002 15.2 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 15.1 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1990 field goals Made 292 cathy parson ................................................ 1981 247 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 195 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 190 liz repella ................................................... 2009 182 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1997 174 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 168 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 164 kate bulger .................................................. 2002 162 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2006 154 alexis basil .................................................. 1985 field goals atteMpted 657 cathy parson ................................................ 1981 537 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 492 liz repella ................................................... 2009 406 kate bulger .................................................. 2002 398 alexis basil .................................................. 1985 386 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 381 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 371 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 347 sherell sowho.............................................. 2002 343 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1997 field goal percentage (Min. 50 att.) 583 (162/278) olayinka sanni ........................... 2006 .557 (39/70) kaye leighton ............................ 1982 .531 (182/343) ilse opstaele ............................... 1997 .514 (147/286) rosemary kosiorek ..................... 1990 .508 (33/65) latitia williams .......................... 2004 .505 (195/386) lisa szymczak ............................ 1994 .493 (34/69) suzanne sartor ........................... 1995 .492 (129/262) chakhia cole............................... 2006 .490 (25/51) Zsofia horvath ............................ 2002 .487 (75/154) susan muth ................................ 1981 3-point field goals Made 88 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 76 kate bulger .................................................. 2002 66 liz repella ................................................... 2009 53 sparkle davis ............................................... 2007 50 christie lambert .......................................... 1997 47 laQuita owens ............................................ 2006 42 val Zona ....................................................... 2000 39 alia clark ..................................................... 2001 36 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1997 32 sherell sowho.............................................. 2002 3-point field goals atteMpted 197 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 196 liz repella ................................................... 2009 189 kate bulger .................................................. 2002 161 sparkle davis ............................................... 2007 154 laQuita owens ............................................ 2006 138 val Zona ....................................................... 2000 128 alia clark ..................................................... 2001 127 christie lambert .......................................... 1997 116 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1997 115 sherell sowho.............................................. 2002 87 mandy ronay............................................... 1998 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 50 att.) .463 (31/67) rosemary kosiorek ..................... 1990 .447 (88/197) meg bulger ................................ 2005 .402 (76/189) kate bulger ................................ 2002 .394 (50/127) christie lambert ........................ 1997 .364 (20/55) lisa szymczak ............................ 1994 .337 (66/196) liz repella .................................. 2009 .329 (51/161) sparkle davis .............................. 2007 .310 (36/116) rebecca burbridge ..................... 1997 .305 (39/128) alia clark .................................... 2001 .305 (47/154) laQuita owens ........................... 2006 free throWs Made 154 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 147 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 128 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 112 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 99 cathy parson ................................................ 1981 97 liz repella ................................................... 2009 97 sarah miles .................................................. 2009 94 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1997 92 olivia bradley .............................................. 1983 88 amanda hayes ............................................. 1994 free throWs atteMpted 221 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 212 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 185 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 151 olivia bradley .............................................. 1983 151 liz repella ................................................... 2009 142 pat hovorka ................................................. 1980 142 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 139 cathy parson ................................................ 1981 136 sarah miles .................................................. 2009 129 chakhia cole ................................................ 2006 free throW percentage (Min. 50 att.) .857 (72/84) Jenny hillen ............................... 1987 .847 (94/111) rebecca burbridge ..................... 1997 .835 (81/97) meg bulger ................................ 2005 .810 (51/63) lori wilson ................................. 1990 .789 (112/142) lisa szymczak ............................ 1994 .772 (71/92) val Zona ..................................... 2000 .753 (58/77) tracey slogik .............................. 1988 .744 (67/90) rosemary kosiorek ..................... 1990 .741 (63/85) Yolanda paige............................. 2003 .740 (37/50) lori Quertinmont ....................... 1991 reBounds 358 olivia bradley .............................................. 1983 284 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 279 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 268 liz repella ................................................... 2009 231 pat hovorka ................................................. 1980 229 georgeann wells .......................................... 1984 224 lisa morton ................................................. 1978 223 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 221 chakhia cole ................................................ 2006 201 susan muth ................................................. 1981 offensive reBounds 125 mary hennen ............................................... 1976 116 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 98 lisa morton ................................................. 1978 93 sue duessel ................................................. 1978 89 liz repella ................................................... 2009 83 brandi batch ................................................ 2000 81 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 78 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 76 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2006 73 ann murray.................................................. 1991 61 chakhia cole ................................................ 2006 reBounding average 12.8 olivia bradley .............................................. 1983 10.5 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 9.6 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 8.6 lisa morton ................................................. 1978 8.5 georgeann wells .......................................... 1984 8.4 leslie sergy.................................................. 1975 8.1 liz repella ................................................... 2009 8.0 pat hovorka ................................................. 1980 7.4 amanda hayes ............................................. 1994 7.2 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 7.2 dionne morris .............................................. 1987 assists 199 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2003 144 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1990 143 dionne morris .............................................. 1987 124 alexis basil .................................................. 1985 121 christie ammons ......................................... 1995 119 ashley powell .............................................. 2007 116 cindy winegar ............................................. 1978 115 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 114 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1987 109 mandy ronay............................................... 1998 assist average 7.1 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2003 5.5 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1990 5.5 dionne morris .............................................. 1987 4.3 christie ammons ......................................... 1995 4.3 cindy winegar ............................................. 1978 4.3 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 4.1 alexis basil .................................................. 1985 4.1 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1987 3.9 mandy ronay............................................... 1998 3.5 chakhia cole ................................................ 2006 Sophomore Season leaders 118
  • 119w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo steals 105 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 80 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 78 cindy (sam) booth ...................................... 1975 78 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 76 alexis basil .................................................. 1985 75 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1987 70 cindy winegar ............................................. 1978 70 sarah miles .................................................. 2009 66 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1990 65 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 steals per gaMe 5.6 cindy (sam) booth ...................................... 1975 3.9 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 3.3 Jean mewshaw ............................................ 1976 2.8 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 2.7 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1987 2.6 cindy winegar ............................................. 1978 2.5 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1990 2.5 alexis basil .................................................. 1985 2.5 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 2.5 sara roberts ................................................ 1975 Blocked shots 117 georgeann wells .......................................... 1984 42 olivia bradley .............................................. 1983 30 susan muth ................................................. 1981 27 kate bulger .................................................. 2002 26 tracey slogik ................................................ 1988 21 liz repella ................................................... 2009 20 lori wilson ................................................... 1990 20 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1997 19 laurie evans ................................................ 1980 19 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2006 19 chakhia cole ................................................ 2006 turnovers 166 cindy winegar ............................................. 1978 121 cathy parson ................................................ 1981 112 dionne morris .............................................. 1987 109 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 109 sarah miles .................................................. 2009 106 sherell sowho.............................................. 2002 104 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1990 102 alia clark ..................................................... 2001 101 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1997 100 alexis basil .................................................. 1985 100 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 personal fouls 118 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 112 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 107 tracey slogik ................................................ 1988 105 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2006 104 liz repella ................................................... 2009 94 chakhia cole ................................................ 2006 91 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 90 pat hovorka ................................................. 1980 89 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 88 sarah miles .................................................. 2009 disqualifications 11 tracey slogik ................................................ 1988 9 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 7 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 6 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 5 olivia bradley .............................................. 1983 5 georgeann wells .......................................... 1984 5 marianne sullivan........................................ 1988 5 brandi batch ................................................ 2000 5 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2006 5 liz repella ................................................... 2009 Minutes played 1,235 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 1,173 liz repella ................................................... 2009 1,139 sarah miles .................................................. 2009 1,062 chakhia cole ................................................ 2006 1,043 kate bulger .................................................. 2002 959 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1987 959 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1997 958 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2003 935 sherell sowho.............................................. 2002 934 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 Minutes per gaMe 37.3 kate bulger .................................................. 2002 36.3 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 35.5 liz repella ................................................... 2009 34.6 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1990 34.5 sarah miles .................................................. 2009 34.3 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1987 34.3 chakhia cole ................................................ 2006 34.2 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2003 33.4 sherell sowho.............................................. 2002 33.4 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 33.1 dionne morris .............................................. 1987 gaMes played 34 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 33 susan muth ................................................. 1981 33 cathy parson ................................................ 1981 33 sarah miles .................................................. 2009 33 liz repella ................................................... 2009 32 sparkle davis ............................................... 2007 32 ashley powell .............................................. 2007 31 cindy triplett ............................................... 1982 31 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 31 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1997 31 kate glusko .................................................. 2005 31 chakhia cole ................................................ 2006 31 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2006 31 laQuita owens ............................................ 2006 gaMes started 34 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 33 liz repella ................................................... 2009 33 sarah miles .................................................. 2009 31 chakhia cole ................................................ 2006 30 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2006 29 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 28 brandi batch ................................................ 2000 28 kate bulger .................................................. 2002 28 sherell sowho.............................................. 2002 28 sparkle davis ............................................... 2007 douBle douBles 18 olivia bradley .............................................. 1983 15 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 14 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 12 sarah miles .................................................. 2009 8 lisa morton ................................................. 1978 6 pat hovorka ................................................. 1980 6 georgeann wells .......................................... 1984 6 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 5 brandi batch ................................................ 2000 4 Jean mewshaw ............................................ 1976 4 susan muth ................................................. 1981 4 dionne morris .............................................. 1987 4 chakhia cole ................................................ 2006 3 leslie sergy.................................................. 1975 3 sue duessel ................................................. 1978 3 marianne sullivan........................................ 1988 3 amanda hayes ............................................. 1994 3 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 2 cindy (sam) booth ...................................... 1975 2 laurie evans ................................................ 1980 2 cathy parson ................................................ 1981 2 alexis basil .................................................. 1985 2 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 2 christie lambert .......................................... 1997 2 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2003 2 liz holbrook................................................. 2003 2 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2006 2 sarah miles .................................................. 2009 1 kaye leighton .............................................. 1982 1 tracey slogik ................................................ 1988 1 lori wilson ................................................... 1990 1 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1990 1 ann murray.................................................. 1991 1 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1997 1 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1997 1 alia clark ..................................................... 2001 1 latitia williams ............................................ 2004 20-point gaMes 18 christie lambert .......................................... 1995 18 cathy parson ................................................ 1981 16 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 14 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 9 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 9 liz repella ................................................... 2009 8 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 8 kate bulger .................................................. 2002 6 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1997 6 sarah miles .................................................. 2009 5 amanda hayes ............................................. 1994 5 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1997 5 sherell sowho.............................................. 2002 4 christie lambert .......................................... 1997 3 olivia bradley .............................................. 1983 3 alexis basil .................................................. 1985 3 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1987 3 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1990 3 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1997 3 chakhia cole ................................................ 2006 2 lisa morton ................................................. 1978 2 pat hovorka ................................................. 1980 2 georgeann wells .......................................... 1984 2 Judy eaton ................................................... 1987 2 christie lambert .......................................... 1996 2 brandi batch ................................................ 2000 2 laQuita owens ............................................ 2006 2 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2006 1 becky franklin ............................................. 1977 1 susan muth ................................................. 1981 1 Janet hoffman ............................................. 1983 1 tracey slogik ................................................ 1988 1 lori wilson ................................................... 1990 1 lori Quertinmont ......................................... 1991 1 christie ammons ......................................... 1995 1 christin annie .............................................. 1998 1 val Zona ....................................................... 2000 1 alia clark ..................................................... 2001 1 latitia williams ............................................ 2004 1 sparkle davis ............................................... 2007 30-point gaMes 5 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 2 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 1 cathy parson ................................................ 1981 1 donna abbott .............................................. 1990 1 talisha hargis .............................................. 1996 1 kate bulger .................................................. 2002 1 liz repella ................................................... 2009 500-point seasons 683 cathy parson ................................................ 1981 663 meg bulger .................................................. 2005 543 liz repella ................................................... 2009 522 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1994 502 donna abbott .............................................. 1990
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info points 592 cathy parson ................................................ 1982 587 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 519 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 467 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1980 459 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 449 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 445 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 443 kate bulger .................................................. 2003 432 laQuita owens ............................................ 2007 413 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 scoring average 20.2 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 19.8 meg bulger .................................................. 2006 19.1 cathy parson ................................................ 1982 17.9 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 16.1 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1980 15.8 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 15.8 kate bulger .................................................. 2003 14.8 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 14.7 mary hennen ............................................... 1978 14.5 Judy eaton ................................................... 1988 field goals Made 253 cathy parson ................................................ 1982 223 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 201 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1980 182 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 178 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 170 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 167 Judy eaton ................................................... 1988 165 kate bulger .................................................. 2003 163 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 158 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 field goals attempted 543 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1980 538 cathy parson ................................................ 1982 476 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 419 Judy eaton ................................................... 1988 416 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 391 kate bulger .................................................. 2003 384 laQuita owens ............................................ 2007 358 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2004 356 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 350 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 field goal percentage (Min. 50 att.) .568 (83/146) susan muth ................................... 1982 .556 (35/63) Yelena leuchanka ............................ 2005 .553 (178/322) olayinka sanni ............................. 2007 .545 (48/88) lisa szymczak .................................. 1995 .542 (52/96) ann murray ...................................... 1992 .505 (56/111) lateefah Joye ................................. 2007 .502 (112/223) mary hennen ............................... 1978 .496 (58/117) lisa ciak ......................................... 1988 .495 (163/329) donna abbott .............................. 1991 .486 (170/350) talisha hargis ............................... 1997 3-point field goals Made 91 laQuita owens ............................................ 2007 77 kate bulger .................................................. 2003 63 meg bulger .................................................. 2006 54 Judy eaton ................................................... 1988 51 christie lambert .......................................... 1998 40 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1998 38 Jocelyn branham ......................................... 1991 32 debbie blazek .............................................. 1994 31 sherell sowho.............................................. 2003 30 sparkle davis ............................................... 2008 30 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 3-point field goals atteMpted 267 laQuita owens ............................................ 2007 167 christie lambert .......................................... 1998 164 kate bulger .................................................. 2003 146 meg bulger .................................................. 2006 131 Judy eaton ................................................... 1988 117 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1998 107 sparkle davis ............................................... 2008 98 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 97 debbie blazek .............................................. 1994 93 sherell sowho.............................................. 2003 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 50 att.) .470 (77/164) kate bulger .................................... 2003 .447 (38/85) Jocelyn branham ............................. 1991 .432 (63/146) meg bulger .................................... 2006 .412 (54/131) Judy eaton ..................................... 1988 .395 (30/76) shannon monahan .......................... 1993 .386 (22/57) christie ammons ............................. 1996 .342 (40/117) rebecca burbridge ......................... 1998 .341 (91/267) laQuita owens ............................... 2007 .333 (31/93) sherell sowho .................................. 2003 .330 (32/97) debbie blazek .................................. 1994 free throWs Made 160 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 133 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 125 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1988 111 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 97 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 93 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 88 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 88 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2004 86 cathy parson ................................................ 1982 81 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 free throWs atteMpted 208 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 200 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 165 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 158 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1988 153 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 143 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 138 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 123 cathy parson ................................................ 1982 116 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2004 113 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 free throW percentage (Min. 50 att.) .842 (48/57) rebecca burbridge ........................... 1998 .825 (47/57) meg bulger ...................................... 2006 .817 (49/60) shannon monahan .......................... 1993 .812 (69/85) britney davis-white ......................... 2006 .810 (68/84) brandi batch .................................... 2001 .804 (111/138) rosemary kosiorek ...................... 1991 .791 (125/158) Jenny hillen ................................. 1988 .788 (67/85) Jean mewshaw ................................ 1978 .779 (88/113) chakhia cole .................................. 2007 .774 (41/53) mary hennen ................................... 1978 .769 (160/208) talisha hargis ............................... 1997 .759 (88/116) Yolanda paige ................................ 2004 reBounds 386 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 324 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 296 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 241 dionne morris .............................................. 1988 238 mary hennen ............................................... 1977 228 Jean mewshaw ............................................ 1978 214 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 200 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 198 mary hennen ............................................... 1978 188 eartha white................................................ 2002 187 michelle carter ............................................ 2003 offensive reBounds 113 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 101 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 84 mary hennen ............................................... 1978 79 christy cooper ............................................. 1993 76 Jean mewshaw ............................................ 1978 67 michelle carter ............................................ 2003 62 eartha white................................................ 2002 60 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 54 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 54 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 53 lori wilson ................................................... 1991 52 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 52 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1998 52 brandi batch ................................................ 2001 reBounding average 13.3 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 11.0 mary hennen ............................................... 1978 10.8 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 10.4 mary hennen ............................................... 1977 10.2 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 8.8 Jean mewshaw ............................................ 1978 8.6 dionne morris .............................................. 1988 8.1 christy cooper ............................................. 1993 8.0 Yelena leuchanka ........................................ 2004 7.0 eartha white................................................ 2002 assists 253 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2004 181 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 162 dionne morris .............................................. 1988 142 ashley powell .............................................. 2008 133 mandy ronay............................................... 1999 126 lisa ribble ................................................... 1984 112 cindy winegar ............................................. 1979 111 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1980 109 christie ammons ......................................... 1996 109 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 assist average 7.9 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2004 6.2 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 5.8 dionne morris .............................................. 1988 4.9 mandy ronay............................................... 1999 4.5 cindy winegar ............................................. 1979 4.3 ashley powell .............................................. 2008 4.3 lisa ribble ................................................... 1984 4.0 christie ammons ......................................... 1996 3.8 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1980 3.7 Jean mewshaw ............................................ 1978 Junior Season leaders 120
  • 121w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo steals 103 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1988 89 Jean mewshaw ............................................ 1978 85 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 78 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 69 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 68 dionne morris .............................................. 1988 67 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1998 61 carol mousseau ........................................... 1976 61 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1980 55 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 55 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 steals per gaMe 3.7 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1988 3.4 Jean mewshaw ............................................ 1978 3.2 carol mousseau ........................................... 1976 2.9 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 2.7 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 2.7 mary hennen ............................................... 1978 2.4 dionne morris .............................................. 1988 2.4 christy cooper ............................................. 1993 2.4 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1998 2.4 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 Blocked shots 124 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 51 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 35 lori wilson ................................................... 1991 30 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 29 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1980 29 lisa ciak ....................................................... 1988 24 susan muth ................................................. 1982 24 brandi batch ................................................ 2001 20 eartha white................................................ 2002 19 kaye leighton .............................................. 1983 19 kate bulger .................................................. 2003 turnovers 157 Jean mewshaw ............................................ 1978 145 dionne morris .............................................. 1988 111 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 111 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 108 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1988 106 christie ammons ......................................... 1996 104 brandi batch ................................................ 2001 102 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2004 101 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 100 dana crone .................................................. 1982 personal fouls 102 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 101 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1998 99 brandi batch ................................................ 2001 95 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 93 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 91 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 90 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 89 eartha white................................................ 2002 88 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 86 michelle carter ............................................ 2003 disqualifications 9 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1998 6 brandi batch ................................................ 2001 6 eartha white................................................ 2002 5 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 5 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 5 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 4 dionne morris .............................................. 1988 4 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 4 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 3 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 3 kim brown ................................................... 1987 3 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1988 3 tracey slogik ................................................ 1989 3 ann murray.................................................. 1992 3 mandy ronay............................................... 1999 3 michelle carter ............................................ 2003 3 sherell sowho.............................................. 2003 Minutes played 1,227 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2004 1,104 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 1,032 laQuita owens ............................................ 2007 992 dionne morris .............................................. 1988 980 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 966 kate bulger .................................................. 2003 962 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1988 962 Judy eaton ................................................... 1988 913 britney davis-white..................................... 2006 881 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 878 christie ammons ......................................... 1996 857 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 Minutes per gaMe 38.3 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2004 35.4 dionne morris .............................................. 1988 34.5 kate bulger .................................................. 2003 34.5 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 34.4 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1988 34.4 Judy eaton ................................................... 1988 34.1 meg bulger .................................................. 2006 33.8 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 32.5 christie ammons ......................................... 1996 32.2 christy cooper ............................................. 1993 32.2 laQuita owens ............................................ 2007 gaMes played 33 ashley powell .............................................. 2008 33 sparkle davis ............................................... 2008 33 alex sanabria .............................................. 2009 32 kathy ball .................................................... 1981 32 laurie evans ................................................ 1981 32 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2004 32 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 32 laQuita owens ............................................ 2007 32 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 31 debbie Jenkins ............................................ 1981 31 dana crone .................................................. 1982 31 susan muth ................................................. 1982 31 cathy parson ................................................ 1982 31 britney davis-white..................................... 2006 gaMes started 32 ashley powell .............................................. 2008 32 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2004 32 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 32 laQuita owens ............................................ 2007 32 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 30 britney davis-white..................................... 2006 29 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 29 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 28 kate bulger .................................................. 2003 28 lateefah Joye ............................................... 2007 douBle douBles 21 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 17 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 15 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 12 Jean mewshaw ............................................ 1978 10 mary hennen ............................................... 1977 9 mary hennen ............................................... 1978 8 christy cooper ............................................. 1993 7 dionne morris .............................................. 1988 6 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 4 michelle carter ............................................ 2003 4 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2004 4 laQuita owens ............................................ 2007 3 lori wilson ................................................... 1991 3 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 3 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1998 2 carol mousseau ........................................... 1976 2 leslie sergy.................................................. 1976 2 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1980 2 tracey slogik ................................................ 1989 2 brandi batch ................................................ 2001 2 laQuita owens ............................................ 2007 1 pam harper ................................................. 1976 1 becky franklin ............................................. 1978 1 carla cyr....................................................... 1979 1 laurie evans ................................................ 1981 1 susan muth ................................................. 1982 1 cathy parson ................................................ 1982 1 kaye leighton .............................................. 1983 1 marva wells ................................................. 1984 1 lisa ribble ................................................... 1984 1 Janet hoffman ............................................. 1984 1 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1988 1 ann murray.................................................. 1992 1 shannon monahan ...................................... 1993 1 chris mcguire............................................... 1994 1 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1995 1 adrienne beard ............................................ 1997 1 mandy ronay............................................... 1999 1 eartha white................................................ 2002 1 Yelena leuchanka ........................................ 2005 20-point gaMes 15 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 14 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 11 cathy parson ................................................ 1982 9 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2007 7 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 7 kate bulger .................................................. 2003 7 laQuita owens ............................................ 2007 6 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 5 Judy eaton ................................................... 1988 4 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1980 4 olivia bradley .............................................. 1984 4 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1988 4 chakhia cole ................................................ 2007 3 mary hennen ............................................... 1977 3 Jean mewshaw ............................................ 1978 3 mary hennen ............................................... 1978 3 christy cooper ............................................. 1993 3 christie lambert .......................................... 1998 3 sherell sowho.............................................. 2003 2 dee davis ..................................................... 1985 2 dionne morris .............................................. 1988 2 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1998 2 brandi batch ................................................ 2001 2 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2004 2 britney davis-white..................................... 2006 1 pam harper ................................................. 1976 1 linda findo .................................................. 1978 1 kathy ball .................................................... 1981 1 dora post ..................................................... 1984 1 alexis basil .................................................. 1986 1 shannon monahan ...................................... 1993 1 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1995 1 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1998 1 eartha white................................................ 2002 1 michelle carter ............................................ 2003 1 sparkle davis ............................................... 2008 30-point gaMes 3 cathy parson ................................................ 1982 3 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997 2 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 1 georgeann wells .......................................... 1985 1 donna abbott .............................................. 1991 1 christie lambert .......................................... 1998 1 kate bulger .................................................. 2003 1 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2004 500-point seasons 592 cathy parson ................................................ 1982 587 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1991 519 talisha hargis .............................................. 1997
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info points 730 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 693 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 533 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2008 530 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 511 georgeann wells .......................................... 1986 507 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 503 alexis basil .................................................. 1987 478 cathy parson ................................................ 1983 467 kate bulger .................................................. 2004 435 laQuita owens ............................................ 2008 scoring average 24.3 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 21.0 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 18.3 georgeann wells .......................................... 1986 17.3 alexis basil .................................................. 1987 16.5 cathy parson ................................................ 1983 16.2 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2008 16.1 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 15.8 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 14.6 talisha hargis .............................................. 1998 14.6 kate bulger .................................................. 2004 field goals Made 300 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 257 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 227 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2008 223 alexis basil .................................................. 1987 211 georgeann wells .......................................... 1986 205 cathy parson ................................................ 1983 195 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 186 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 170 kate bulger .................................................. 2004 167 Judy eaton ................................................... 1989 field goals atteMpted 639 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 513 alexis basil .................................................. 1987 495 georgeann wells .......................................... 1986 476 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 463 cathy parson ................................................ 1983 461 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 451 Judy eaton ................................................... 1989 428 kate bulger .................................................. 2004 402 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 386 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2008 field goal percentage (Min. 50 att.) .588 (227/386) olayinka sanni ............................. 2008 .569 (95/167) Yelena leuchanka .......................... 2006 .557 (257/461) rosemary kosiorek ...................... 1992 .534 (117/219) dana crone .................................. 1983 .523 (81/155) adrienne beard .............................. 1998 .516 (131/254) donna abbott .............................. 1992 .514 (74/144) Janell dunlap ................................. 2004 .513 (118/230) mary hennen ............................... 1979 .511 (45/88) eartha white .................................... 2003 .507 (142/280) lisa szymczak .............................. 1996 3-point field goals Made 94 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 92 kate bulger .................................................. 2004 83 meg bulger .................................................. 2008 81 laQuita owens ............................................ 2008 67 sherell sowho.............................................. 2005 65 Judy eaton ................................................... 1989 61 sherell sowho.............................................. 2004 57 darya kudryavtseva ..................................... 2001 55 mandy ronay............................................... 2000 53 christie lambert .......................................... 1999 3-point field goals atteMpted 247 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 234 kate bulger .................................................. 2004 208 laQuita owens ............................................ 2008 187 meg bulger .................................................. 2008 180 Judy eaton ................................................... 1989 172 sherell sowho.............................................. 2004 171 sherell sowho.............................................. 2005 159 mandy ronay............................................... 2000 153 christie lambert .......................................... 1999 141 darya kudryavtseva ..................................... 2001 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 50 att.) .444 (83/187) meg bulger ................................... 2008 .430 (52/121) rebecca burbridge ......................... 1999 .404 (57/141) darya kudryavtseva ....................... 2001 .393 (92/234) kate bulger .................................... 2004 .392 (67/171) sherell sowho ................................ 2005 .389 (81/208) laQuita owens ............................... 2008 .381 (94/247) takisha granberry .......................... 2009 .371 (26/70) rosemary kosiorek .......................... 1992 .366 (45/123) Jocelyn branham ........................... 1992 .361 (65/180) Judy eaton ..................................... 1989 free throWs Made 190 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 139 talisha hargis .............................................. 1998 123 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1999 120 olivia bradley .............................................. 1985 117 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 110 anna tillman ............................................... 1993 106 donna abbott .............................................. 1992 102 brandi batch ................................................ 2002 93 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 93 darya kudryavtseva ..................................... 2001 free throWs atteMpted 230 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 190 olivia bradley .............................................. 1985 184 talisha hargis .............................................. 1998 168 anna tillman ............................................... 1993 164 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1999 157 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 150 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 141 donna abbott .............................................. 1992 135 brandi batch ................................................ 2002 135 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2008 free throW percentage (Min. 50 att.) .880 (66/75) Janell dunlap ................................... 2004 .856 (83/97) rebecca burbridge ........................... 1999 .849 (62/73) lori wilson ....................................... 1992 .826 (190/230) rosemary kosiorek ...................... 1992 .823 (93/113) darya kudryavtseva ....................... 2001 .798 (67/84) mandy ronay ................................... 2000 .797 (51/64) tracey slogik .................................... 1990 .780 (117/150) Jenny hillen ................................. 1989 .770 (47/61) Yelena leuchanka ............................ 2006 .761 (83/109) Yolanda paige ................................ 2005 reBounds 458 olivia bradley .............................................. 1985 348 georgeann wells .......................................... 1986 263 donna abbott .............................................. 1992 234 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2008 229 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 214 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1999 210 mary hennen ............................................... 1979 210 dionne morris .............................................. 1989 206 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 196 chakhia cole ................................................ 2008 offensive reBounds 115 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2008 96 donna abbott .............................................. 1992 83 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 82 olivia bradley .............................................. 1985 82 anna tillman ............................................... 1993 76 Janell dunlap ............................................... 2004 71 brandi batch ................................................ 2002 70 selese neal .................................................. 1994 69 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1996 69 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1999 reBounding average 15.3 olivia bradley .............................................. 1985 12.4 georgeann wells .......................................... 1986 10.1 donna abbott .............................................. 1992 8.8 mary hennen ............................................... 1979 7.9 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1999 7.1 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2008 6.9 anna tillman ............................................... 1993 6.9 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 6.6 dionne morris .............................................. 1989 6.5 carol mousseau ........................................... 1977 assists 297 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2005 203 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 176 lisa ribble ................................................... 1985 176 ashley powell .............................................. 2009 160 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 136 darya kudryavtseva ..................................... 2001 132 dionne morris .............................................. 1989 129 cindy winegar ............................................. 1980 129 cathy parson ................................................ 1983 125 mandy ronay............................................... 2000 assist average 8.7 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2005 6.8 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 5.9 lisa ribble ................................................... 1985 5.5 ashley powell .............................................. 2009 5.0 darya kudryavtseva ..................................... 2001 4.9 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 4.5 mandy ronay............................................... 2000 4.5 cindy winegar ............................................. 1980 4.5 cathy parson ................................................ 1983 4.1 dionne morris .............................................. 1989 Senior Season leaders 122
  • 123w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo steals 114 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 103 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 98 alexis basil .................................................. 1987 94 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 84 donna abbott .............................................. 1992 71 dionne morris .............................................. 1989 71 talisha hargis .............................................. 1998 63 darya kudryavtseva ..................................... 2001 62 sherell sowho.............................................. 2004 59 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1999 steals per gaMe 3.6 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 3.4 alexis basil .................................................. 1987 3.2 donna abbott .............................................. 1992 3.1 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 3.1 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 2.5 talisha hargis .............................................. 1998 2.3 darya kudryavtseva ..................................... 2001 2.2 dionne morris .............................................. 1989 2.2 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1999 1.9 sherell sowho.............................................. 2004 Blocked shots 140 georgeann wells .......................................... 1986 54 lori wilson ................................................... 1992 38 ramika mcgee ............................................. 2005 37 olivia bradley .............................................. 1985 36 sherell sowho.............................................. 2005 34 sherell sowho.............................................. 2004 34 Yelena leuchanka ........................................ 2006 31 tracey slogik ................................................ 1990 31 kate bulger .................................................. 2004 28 chakhia cole ................................................ 2008 28 ilse opstaele ................................................ 1999 turnovers 147 ashley powell .............................................. 2009 126 darya kudryavtseva ..................................... 2001 119 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 106 mandy ronay............................................... 2000 104 cathy parson ................................................ 1983 103 dionne morris .............................................. 1989 101 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 100 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 97 alexis basil .................................................. 1987 97 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2005 personal fouls 109 olivia bradley .............................................. 1985 103 chakhia cole ................................................ 2008 98 Janell dunlap ............................................... 2004 97 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 95 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 95 michelle carter ............................................ 2004 92 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1999 92 brandi batch ................................................ 2002 91 tracey slogik ................................................ 1990 89 anna tillman ............................................... 1993 disqualifications 7 tracey slogik ................................................ 1990 6 olivia bradley .............................................. 1985 6 anna tillman ............................................... 1993 5 becky (winovich) crytser ............................. 1988 5 lori wilson ................................................... 1992 5 talisha hargis .............................................. 1998 5 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1999 4 carol mousseau ........................................... 1977 4 leslie sergy.................................................. 1977 4 cindy winegar ............................................. 1980 4 kaye leighton .............................................. 1984 4 adrienne beard ............................................ 1998 4 mandy ronay............................................... 2000 Minutes played 1,325 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2005 1,186 sherell sowho.............................................. 2005 1,113 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 1,104 sherell sowho.............................................. 2004 1,075 chakhia cole ................................................ 2008 1,066 kate bulger .................................................. 2004 1,061 ashley powell .............................................. 2009 1,059 alexis basil .................................................. 1987 1,055 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 1,025 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 Minutes per gaMe 39.0 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2005 37.3 darya kudryavtseva ..................................... 2001 37.1 sherell sowho.............................................. 2005 36.5 alexis basil .................................................. 1987 36.4 georgeann wells .......................................... 1986 34.5 sherell sowho.............................................. 2004 34.2 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 34.1 mandy ronay............................................... 2000 33.7 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 33.3 kate bulger .................................................. 2004 gaMes played 34 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2005 33 chakhia cole ................................................ 2008 33 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2008 33 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 33 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 32 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 32 dionne morris .............................................. 1989 32 sherell sowho.............................................. 2004 32 Janell dunlap ............................................... 2004 32 michelle carter ............................................ 2004 32 kate bulger .................................................. 2004 32 sherell sowho.............................................. 2005 32 ramika mcgee ............................................. 2005 32 laQuita owens ............................................ 2008 32 ashley powell .............................................. 2009 gaMes started 34 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2005 33 chakhia cole ................................................ 2008 33 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2008 33 takisha granberry ....................................... 2009 32 sherell sowho.............................................. 2004 32 Janell dunlap ............................................... 2004 32 michelle carter ............................................ 2004 32 kate bulger .................................................. 2004 32 ashley powell .............................................. 2009 31 laQuita owens ............................................ 2008 douBle douBles 22 georgeann wells .......................................... 1986 20 olivia bradley .............................................. 1985 14 donna abbott .............................................. 1992 10 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1999 8 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2005 6 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 6 anna tillman ............................................... 1993 6 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2008 5 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1996 5 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 4 carol mousseau ........................................... 1977 4 dionne morris .............................................. 1989 4 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 3 mary hennen ............................................... 1979 3 darya kudryavtseva ..................................... 2001 3 brandi batch ................................................ 2002 3 Yelena leuchanka ........................................ 2006 2 leslie sergy.................................................. 1977 2 chakhia cole ................................................ 2008 1 Jean mewshaw ............................................ 1979 1 cathy parson ................................................ 1983 1 susan muth ................................................. 1983 1 Janet hoffman ............................................. 1985 1 alexis basil .................................................. 1987 1 kim brown ................................................... 1988 1 tracey slogik ................................................ 1990 1 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1999 1 mandy ronay............................................... 2000 1 marlo thomas .............................................. 2001 1 eartha white................................................ 2003 1 sherell sowho.............................................. 2004 1 michelle carter ............................................ 2004 1 laQuita owens ............................................ 2008 1 ashley powell .............................................. 2009 20-point gaMes 24 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 15 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 11 cathy parson ................................................ 1983 11 georgeann wells .......................................... 1986 11 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2008 10 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 10 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 9 alexis basil .................................................. 1987 9 kate bulger .................................................. 2004 8 laQuita owens ............................................ 2008 7 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1999 6 talisha hargis .............................................. 1998 6 Yolanda paige .............................................. 2005 5 Judy eaton ................................................... 1989 5 sherell sowho.............................................. 2004 5 sherell sowho.............................................. 2005 4 donna abbott .............................................. 1992 4 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1996 4 maria tchobanova ........................................ 1999 4 meg bulger .................................................. 2008 3 olivia bradley .............................................. 1985 3 anna tillman ............................................... 1993 3 lori Quertinmont ......................................... 1993 3 darya kudryavtseva ..................................... 2001 2 mary hennen ............................................... 1979 2 christin annie .............................................. 2000 2 mandy ronay............................................... 2000 1 carol mousseau ........................................... 1977 1 Janet hoffman ............................................. 1985 1 dionne morris .............................................. 1989 1 Jodie runner ............................................... 1993 1 adrienne beard ............................................ 1998 1 christie lambert .......................................... 1999 1 Yelena leuchanka ........................................ 2006 1 chakhia cole ................................................ 2008 30-point gaMes 4 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 4 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 2 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 1 georgeann wells .......................................... 1986 1 lisa szymczak .............................................. 1996 1 talisha hargis .............................................. 1998 1 rebecca burbridge ....................................... 1999 500-point seasons 730 rosemary kosiorek ...................................... 1992 693 J.d. drummonds .......................................... 1981 533 olayinka sanni ............................................. 2008 530 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 511 georgeann wells .......................................... 1986 507 Jenny hillen ................................................. 1989 503 alexis basil .................................................. 1987
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info total points 2,115 cathy parson ..........................................1980-83 2,061 rosemary kosiorek ................................1989-92 1,751 talisha hargis ........................................1995-98 1,733 kate bulger ............................................2001-04 1,665 meg bulger ..................................2004-06, 2008 1,656 donna abbott ........................................1989-92 1,602 olayinka sanni.......................................2005-08 1,534 olivia bradley ........................................1982-85 1,504 Jenny hillen ...........................................1986-89 1,491 sherell sowho .......................................2002-05 1,484 georgeann wells ...................................1983-86 1,429 alexis basil ............................................1984-87 scoring average 18.7 J.d. drummonds .....................................1980-81 17.8 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 17.5 cathy parson ...........................................1980-83 15.6 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 15.4 meg bulger ...................................2004-06, 2008 15.3 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 15.1 kate bulger .............................................2001-04 14.0 georgeann wells .....................................1983-86 13.2 mary hennen ..........................................1976-79 13.1 olivia bradlye .........................................1982-85 field goals Made 898 cathy parson ...........................................1980-83 749 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 663 olayinka sanni ........................................2005-08 648 kate bulger .............................................2001-04 629 alexis basil .............................................1984-87 628 georgeann wells .....................................1983-86 599 meg bulger ...................................2004-06, 2008 592 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 583 Judy eaton ..............................................1986-89 568 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 field goals atteMpted 2,061 cathy parson ..........................................1980-83 1,577 kate bulger ............................................2001-04 1,500 rosemary kosiorek ................................1989-92 1,481 Judy eaton .............................................1986-89 1,471 georgeann wells ...................................1983-86 1,453 alexis basil ............................................1984-87 1,345 meg bulger ..................................2004-06, 2008 1,286 Yolanda paige ........................................2002-05 1,277 talisha hargis ........................................1995-98 1,262 olivia bradley ........................................1982-85 field goal percentage (Min. 100 att.) .557 (663/1191) olayinka sanni ......................2005-08 .520 (106/204) adrienne beard .......................1997-98 .503 (592/1177) donna abbott .......................1989-92 .499 (749/1500) rosemary kosiorek ...............1989-92 .489 (222/454) susan muth ............................1980-83 .487 (429/880) lisa szymczak .........................1993-96 .486 (214/440) michelle carter .......................2003-04 .484 (179/370) ann murray .............................1990-93 .483 (70/145) latitia williams .........................2003-04 .480 (192/400) kaye leighton .........................1981-84 .480 (108/225) eartha white ...........................2002-03 3-point field goals 302 kate bulger .............................................2001-04 265 meg bulger ..................................2004-06, 2008 256 christie lambert .....................................1995-99 229 laQuita owens .......................................2005-08 191 sherell sowho.........................................2002-05 168 rebecca burbridge ..................................1996-99 131 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 121 Judy eaton ..............................................1986-89 107 mandy ronay......................................1997-2000 96 Jocelyn branham ....................................1989-92 3-point field goals atteMpted 724 kate bulger .............................................2001-04 708 christie lambert .....................................1995-99 677 laQuita owens .......................................2005-08 607 meg bulger ...................................2004-06, 2008 551 sherell sowho.........................................2002-05 443 rebecca burbridge ..................................1996-99 360 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 347 mandy ronay......................................1997-2000 326 Judy eaton ..............................................1986-89 281 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 100 att.) .437 (265/607) meg bulger ...................2004-06, 2008 .417 (302/724) kate bulger .............................2001-04 .404 (57/141) darya kudryavtseva ..................2000-01 .383 (119/311) Judy eaton ..............................1986-89 .366 (45/123) Jocelyn branham ......................1989-92 .362 (128/354) rebecca burbridge ..................1996-99 .354 (237/669) christie lambert .....................1995-99 .352 (44/125) rosemary kosiorek ...................1989-92 .349 (160/458) sherell sowho .........................2002-05 .346 (55/159) mandy ronay ........................1997-2000 free throWs 538 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 472 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 432 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 412 olivia bradley .........................................1982-85 381 Jenny hillen ............................................1986-89 378 maria tchobanova ...................................1996-99 319 cathy parson ...........................................1980-83 315 Yolanda paige .........................................2002-05 304 chakhia cole ...........................................2005-08 283 brandi batch .......................................1999-2002 free throWs atteMpted 750 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 669 olivia bradley .........................................1982-85 Career leaders KATE BULGER 124
  • 125w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 663 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 546 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 543 maria tchobanova ...................................1996-99 481 olayinka sanni ........................................2005-08 472 Jenny hillen ............................................1986-89 456 cathy parson ...........................................1980-83 439 chakhia cole ...........................................2005-08 427 Yolanda paige .......................................2002-055 free throW percentage (Min. 100 att.) .831 (202/243) meg bulger ...................2004-06, 2008 .830 (259/312) rebecca burbridge ..................1996-99 .824 (103/125) darya kudryavtseva ................2000-01 .807 (381/472) Jenny hillen ............................1986-89 .804 (111/138) Janell dunlap ..........................2003-04 .791 (432/546) rosemary kosiorek .................1989-92 .769 (193/251) tracey slogik ...........................1987-90 .769 (93/121) Judy eaton ................................1986-89 .767 (102/133) val Zona ..............................1999-2000 .765 (130/170) christie lambert .....................1995-99 total reBounds 1,484 olivia bradley ........................................1982-85 1,075 georgeann wells ...................................1983-86 1,020 donna abbott ........................................1989-92 890 mary hennen.........................................1976-79 865 chahkia cole ..........................................2005-08 774 olayinka sanni.......................................2005-08 770 dionne morris ........................................1986-89 756 maria tchobanova .................................1996-99 642 lori wilson .............................................1989-92 586 talisha hargis ........................................1995-98 offensive reBounds 400 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 364 olayinka sanni ........................................2005-08 273 chakhia cole ...........................................2005-08 244 brandi batch .......................................1999-2002 234 maria tchobanova ...................................1996-99 209 mary hennen ..........................................1976-79 204 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 194 lisa szymczak .........................................1993-96 193 lori wilson ..............................................1989-92 188 ann murray.............................................1990-93 reBounding average 12.7 olivia bradley .........................................1982-85 10.6 mary hennen ..........................................1976-79 10.1 georgeann wells .....................................1983-86 9.4 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 7.1 pat hovorka ............................................1979-80 7.0 Jean mewshaw ............................1975-76, 78-79 6.8 leslie sergy.............................................1974-77 6.7 lisa morton ............................................1977-79 6.7 dionne morris .........................................1986-89 6.7 chakhia cole ...........................................2005-08 assists 902 Yolanda paige .........................................2002-05 718 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 551 dionne morris .........................................1986-89 550 ashley powell .........................................2006-09 483 lisa ribble ..............................................1982-85 440 mandy ronay......................................1997-2000 437 christie ammons ....................................1994-97 415 cindy winegar ........................................1977-80 410 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 400 alexis basil .............................................1984-87 assist average 7.4 Yolanda paige .........................................2002-05 6.2 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 4.8 dionne morris .........................................1986-89 4.4 J.d. drummonds .....................................1980-81 4.3 ashley powell .........................................2006-09 4.1 lisa ribble ..............................................1982-85 4.0 ashley powell .........................................2006-08 3.9 mandy ronay......................................1997-2000 3.9 cindy winegar ........................................1977-80 3.9 christie ammons ....................................1994-97 steals 355 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 350 Jenny hillen ............................................1986-89 293 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 279 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 278 maria tchobanova ...................................1996-99 268 alexis basil .............................................1984-87 258 dionne morris .........................................1986-89 213 chakhia cole ...........................................2005-08 208 sherell sowho.........................................2002-05 172 christie ammons ....................................1994-97 steals per gaMe 3.2 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 3.0 Jenny hillen ............................................1986-89 2.7 J.d. drummonds .....................................1980-81 2.6 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 2.5 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 2.5 maria tchobanova ...................................1996-99 2.4 alexis basil .............................................1984-87 2.3 cindy (sam) booth .................................1974-77 2.2 dionne morris .........................................1986-89 2.2 carol mousseau ......................................1975-77 Blocked shots 436 georgeann wells .....................................1983-86 172 olivia bradley .........................................1982-85 137 lori wilson ..............................................1989-92 105 tracey slogik ...........................................1987-90 95 brandi batch .......................................1999-2002 94 kate bulger .............................................2001-04 93 sherell sowho.........................................2002-05 83 olayinka sanni ........................................2005-08 80 chakhia cole ...........................................2005-08 71 ilse opstaele ...........................................1996-99 turnovers 550 ashley powell .........................................2006-09 499 dionne morris .........................................1986-89 422 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 416 Jenny hillen ............................................1986-89 400 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 383 Yolanda paige .........................................2002-05 362 chakhia cole ..........................................2005-08 360 alexis basil .............................................1984-87 358 maria tchobanova ...................................1996-99 348 cathy parson ...........................................1980-83 348 mandy ronay......................................1997-2000 personal fouls 415 maria tchobanova ...................................1996-99 404 chakhia cole ...........................................2005-08 383 olivia bradley .........................................1982-85 380 olayinka sanni ........................................2005-08 367 tracey slogik ...........................................1987-90 361 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 360 brandi batch .......................................1999-2002 327 Jenny hillen ............................................1986-89 324 georgeann wells .....................................1983-86 306 lori wilson ..............................................1989-92 305 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 disqualifications 32 maria tchobanova ...................................1996-99 31 tracey slogik ...........................................1987-90 22 chakhia cole ...........................................2005-08 21 brandi batch .......................................1999-2002 20 olivia bradley .........................................1982-85 19 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 16 lori wilson ..............................................1989-92 14 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 14 olayinka sanni ........................................2005-08 13 meg bulger ...................................2004-06, 2008 Minutes played 4,556 Yolanda paige .........................................2002-05 4,340 chakhia cole ...........................................2005-08 4,008 kate bulger .............................................2001-04 3,912 sherell sowho.........................................2002-05 3,890 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 3,807 Jenny hillen ............................................1986-89 3,706 dionne morris .........................................1986-89 CHAKHIA COLE
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info 3,556 Judy eaton ..............................................1986-89 3,527 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 3,491 ashley powell .........................................2006-09 Minutes per gaMe 38.3 Yolanda paige .........................................2002-05 37.3 darya kudryavtseva ................................2000-01 36.5 alexis basil .............................................1984-87 34.5 sherell sowho.........................................2002-05 34.2 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 34.1 mandy ronay......................................1997-2000 33.4 chakhia cole ...........................................2005-08 33.3 kate bulger .............................................2001-04 33.0 Jenny hillen ............................................1986-89 32.5 rebecca burbridge ..................................1996-99 gaMes played 130 chakhia cole ...........................................2005-08 129 olayinka sanni ........................................2005-08 127 ashley powell .........................................2006-09 122 laQuita owens .......................................2005-08 122 Yolanda paige .........................................2002-05 121 cathy parson ...........................................1980-83 119 lisa ribble ..............................................1982-85 118 Janet hoffman ........................................1982-85 117 olivia bradley .........................................1982-85 117 Jenny hillen ............................................1986-89 116 cindy triplett ..........................................1981-84 116 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 gaMes started 130 chakhia cole ...........................................2005-08 120 ashley powell .........................................2006-09 120 Yolanda paige .........................................2002-05 115 kate bulger .............................................2001-04 113 sherell sowho.........................................2002-05 111 olayinka sanni ........................................2005-08 108 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 106 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 104 Judy eaton ..............................................1986-89 103 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 103 maria tchobanova ...................................1996-99 douBle douBles 68 olivia bradley .........................................1982-85 52 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 51 georgeann wells .....................................1983-86 34 mary hennen ..........................................1976-79 23 maria tchobanova ...................................1996-99 22 lisa szymczak .........................................1993-96 17 Jean mewshaw ............................1975-76, 78-79 17 dionne morris .........................................1986-89 17 Yolanda paige .........................................2002-05 15 olayinka sanni ........................................2005-08 10-point gaMes 104 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 92 cathy parson ...........................................1980-83 92 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 88 kate bulger .............................................2001-04 87 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 84 olayinka sanni ........................................2005-08 81 olivia bradley .........................................1982-85 81 alexis basil .............................................1984-87 80 meg bulger ...................................2004-06, 2008 79 Jenny hillen ............................................1986-89 20-point gaMes rosemary kosiorek, 1989-1992................................. 44 cathy parson, 1980-83 .............................................. 42 talisha hargis, 1995-98 ............................................. 33 kate bulger, 2001-04 ................................................ 30 meg bulger, 2004-08 ................................................ 29 donna abbott, 1989-92 ............................................ 25 olayinka sanni, 2005-08 ........................................... 24 lisa szymczak, 1993-96 ............................................ 20 J.d. drummonds, 1980-81 ......................................... 19 georgeann wells, 1983-86 ........................................ 19 30-point gaMes 6 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 6 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 6 meg bulger ...................................2004-06, 2008 4 J.d. drummonds .....................................1980-81 4 cathy parson ...........................................1980-83 4 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 3 lisa szymczak .........................................1993-96 2 georgeann wells .....................................1983-86 2 christie lambert .....................................1995-99 2 kate bulger .............................................2001-04 2 takisha granberry ........................................ 2009 1 mary hennen ..........................................1976-79 1 rebecca burbridge ..................................1996-99 1 Yolanda paige .........................................2002-05 1 laQuita owens .......................................2005-07 1 liz repella ......................................2008-present 1,000-point scorers 2,115 cathy parson ...........................................1980-83 2,061 rosemary kosiorek .................................1989-92 1,751 talisha hargis .........................................1995-98 1,733 kate bulger .............................................2001-04 1,665 meg bulger ...................................2004-06, 2008 1,656 donna abbott .........................................1989-92 1,602 olayinka sanni ........................................2005-08 1,534 olivia bradley .........................................1982-85 1,504 Jenny hillen ............................................1986-89 1,491 sherell sowho.........................................2002-05 1,484 georgeann wells .....................................1983-86 1,429 alexis basil .............................................1984-87 1,426 maria tchobanova ...................................1996-99 1,414 Yolanda paige .........................................2002-05 1,380 Judy eaton ..............................................1986-89 1,316 chakhia cole ...........................................2005-08 1,285 meg bulger .............................................2004-07 1,282 christie lambert .....................................1995-99 1,179 rebecca burbridge ..................................1996-99 1,163 laQuita owens .......................................2005-08 1,160 J.d. drummonds .....................................1980-81 1,111 mary hennen ..........................................1976-79 1,101 lisa szymczak .........................................1993-96 1,079 ilse opstaele ...........................................1996-99 1,071 dionne morris .........................................1986-89 1,069 olayinka sanni ........................................2005-07 1,040 brandi batch .......................................1999-2002 1,007 cindy winegar ........................................1977-80 MARY HENNEN 126
  • all-tiMe Win streaks 22 started with a 91-63 win vs. pitt (1991) ended with a 63-62 loss vs. duquesne (1992) 15 started with a 53-43 win vs. shepherd (1976) ended with a 67-58 loss vs. wisconsin-oshkosh (1977) 11 started with an 82-53 win vs. shepherd (1976) ended with a 69-68 loss vs. marshall (1976) 11 started with a 69-54 win vs. morris harvey (1975) ended with a 75-57 loss vs. marshall (1975) 10 started with a 78-60 win vs. kent state (1978) ended with a 74-65 loss vs. marshall (1978) 10 started with a 76-63 win at mount st. mary’s (2002) ended with a 66-59 loss vs. notre dame (2003) all-tiMe coliseuM Win streaks 17 started with an 89-78 win vs. rutgers (1991) ended with a 92-72 loss vs. Youngstown state (1992) 16 started with a 69-57 win vs. providence (2007) ended with an 80-81 loss vs. depaul (2008) 16 started with a 75-46 win vs. duquesne (1983) ended with a 95-74 loss vs. penn state (1985) 11 started with a 71-56 win vs. new mexico (1982) ended with a 52-50 loss vs. temple (1983) 10 started with a 78-49 win vs. duquesne (1978) ended with a 77-70 loss vs. pitt-Johnstown (1979) 9 started with a 96-30 win vs. fairmont state (1977) ended with an 89-62 loss vs. ohio state (1978) 127w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Team records scoring game: 131 vs. indiana, pa., 12/7/82 high season: 2,572 in 1980-81 high season average: 82.37 in 1991-92 field goals game Made: 52 vs. indiana, pa., 12/7/82 game attempted: 106 vs. salem, 2/9/76 game percentage: 71.7 (43-60) at robert morris, 12/7/02 high season Made: 1,070 in 1980-81 high season attempted: 2,545 in 1980-81 high season percentage: 49.9% in 1973-74 three-point field goals game Made: 16 at providence, 1/21/98 game attempted: 36 vs. liberty, 11/25/00 game percentage (min. 5 att.): 1.000 (5-5) vs. umass, 3/3/90 season Made: 240 in 2007-08 season attempted: 637 in 2007-08 season percentage: 39.4 (124-315) in 2002-03 free throWs game Made: 37 vs. northern illinois, 12/29/90 game attempted: 45 vs. northern illinois, 12/29/90 game percentage: 1.000 (22-22) vs. boston college, 2/27/01 high season Made: 541 in 1996-97 high season attempted: 741 in 1996-97 high season percentage: 74.5 (371-498) in 2003-04 reBounds game: 89 vs. west virginia wesleyan, 2/3/76 offensive rebounds game: 49 vs. shepherd, 1/26/76 high season: 1,539 in 1984-85 high offensive rebounds season: 644 in 1977-78 high season average: 59.11 in 1975-76 personal fouls high game: 36 vs. george washington, 1/23/88 high season: 614 in 1989 assists high game: 32 vs. indiana state, 11/23/84 high season: 553 in 1988-89 season assist average: 17.63 in 1977-78 steals high game: 37 vs. salem, 12/29/76 high season: 450 in 1977-78 high season average: 21.7 in 1975-76 turnovers high game: 44 vs. pitt, 1/17/76; vs. morris harvey, 1/24/76 high season: 854 in 1977-78 Blocked shots high game: 22 vs. marshall, 12/3/83 high season: 215 in 1983-84 disqualifications high game: 4 vs. marshall, 1/11/05; george washington, 11/23/88;rutgers, 2/9/87 high season: 30 in 1987-88 Miscellaneous season Most victories: 26 in 1992 (26-4) Most losses: 22 in 2000 (6-22) and 2001 (5-22) fewest defeats: 4 in 1975 (13-4) and 1992 (26-4) Winning streak: 22 in 1992 losing streak: 10 in 2000-01 Margin of victory: 87 (131-44) vs. indiana, pa., 12/7/82 Margin of defeat: 72 (28-100) vs. connecticut, 2/23/00 games played: 34 in 2005 (21-13) Winning streaks
  • points 2,572 ..................................................................... 1981 2,471 ..................................................................... 1992 2,353 ..................................................................... 1989 2,311 ..................................................................... 1997 2,305 ..................................................................... 2005 2,286 ..................................................................... 2008 2,242 ..................................................................... 1985 2,232 ..................................................................... 1982 2,202 ..................................................................... 1991 2,201 ..................................................................... 2004 scoring average 82.4 ....................................................................... 1992 77.9 ....................................................................... 1981 75.9 ....................................................................... 1991 74.7 ....................................................................... 1985 74.5 ....................................................................... 1997 73.5 ....................................................................... 1989 73.1 ....................................................................... 1990 72.4 ....................................................................... 1996 72.1 ....................................................................... 1999 72.1 ....................................................................... 1982 field goals Made 1,070 ..................................................................... 1981 929 ........................................................................ 1992 918 ........................................................................ 1989 896 ........................................................................ 1985 887 ........................................................................ 1982 873 ........................................................................ 1983 869 ........................................................................ 2005 850 ........................................................................ 2008 840 ........................................................................ 1984 836 ........................................................................ 1987 field goals atteMpted 2,545 ..................................................................... 1981 2,259 ..................................................................... 1980 2,203 ..................................................................... 1985 2,118 ..................................................................... 1989 2,116 ..................................................................... 1977 2,101 ..................................................................... 1982 2,070 ..................................................................... 1978 1,960 ..................................................................... 1984 1,956 ..................................................................... 1983 1,956 ..................................................................... 1992 field goal percentage .475 (929/1956) .................................................... 1992 .467 (215/460) ...................................................... 1974 .450 (832/1849) .................................................... 1991 .450 (760/1688) .................................................... 2006 .448 (788/1757) .................................................... 1990 .447 (850/1902) .................................................... 2008 .446 (873/1956) .................................................... 1983 .446 (869/1948) .................................................... 2005 .442 (815/1845) .................................................... 1997 .440 (739/1678) .................................................... 1996 3-point field goals Made 240 ........................................................................ 2008 206 ........................................................................ 2005 202 ........................................................................ 2004 197 ........................................................................ 2009 175 ........................................................................ 2001 174 ........................................................................ 2000 173 ........................................................................ 2007 168 ........................................................................ 1999 166 ........................................................................ 1995 155 ........................................................................ 1998 3-point field goals atteMpted 637 ........................................................................ 2008 602 ........................................................................ 2009 582 ........................................................................ 2000 543 ........................................................................ 2004 543 ........................................................................ 2005 529 ........................................................................ 2007 528 ........................................................................ 1998 513 ........................................................................ 1995 493 ........................................................................ 1999 459 ........................................................................ 1997 459 ........................................................................ 2001 3-point field goal percentage .394 (124/315) ...................................................... 2003 .381 (175/459) ...................................................... 2001 .379 (206/543) ...................................................... 2005 .377 (240/637) ...................................................... 2008 .372 (202/543) ...................................................... 2004 .370 (85/230) ........................................................ 1991 .357 (105/294) ...................................................... 1996 .352 (50/142) ........................................................ 1990 .351 (87/248) ........................................................ 1992 .346 (74/214) ........................................................ 1988 .342 (128/374) ...................................................... 2002 free throWs Made 541 ........................................................................ 1997 526 ........................................................................ 1992 493 ........................................................................ 1990 471 ........................................................................ 1993 462 ........................................................................ 1999 458 ........................................................................ 1982 453 ........................................................................ 1991 450 ........................................................................ 1985 450 ........................................................................ 1998 432 ........................................................................ 1981 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Single Season teaM records CHRISTIE LAMBERT 128
  • free throWs atteMpted 741 ........................................................................ 1997 723 ........................................................................ 1992 721 ........................................................................ 1985 710 ........................................................................ 1982 699 ........................................................................ 1981 687 ........................................................................ 1990 681 ........................................................................ 1980 673 ........................................................................ 1993 663 ........................................................................ 2009 651 ........................................................................ 1991 free throW percentage .745 (371/498) ...................................................... 2004 .730 (541/741) ...................................................... 1997 .728 (526/723) ...................................................... 1992 .726 (462/636) ...................................................... 1999 .726 (400/551) ...................................................... 1989 .718 (493/687) ...................................................... 1990 .715 (450/629) ...................................................... 1998 .707 (343/485) ...................................................... 2001 .700 (471/673) ...................................................... 1993 .698 (374-536) ...................................................... 2007 reBounds 1,539 ..................................................................... 1985 1,527 ..................................................................... 1977 1,456 ..................................................................... 1981 1,450 ..................................................................... 1978 1,399 ..................................................................... 1984 1,337 ..................................................................... 1983 1,316 ..................................................................... 2009 1,262 ..................................................................... 1980 1,250 ..................................................................... 1982 1,242 ..................................................................... 1989 offensive reBounds 644 ........................................................................ 1978 499 ........................................................................ 1993 493 ........................................................................ 2009 490 ........................................................................ 1976 454 ........................................................................ 1991 448 ........................................................................ 1992 441 ........................................................................ 1989 416 ........................................................................ 2008 433 ........................................................................ 1990 399 ........................................................................ 1994 assists 553 ........................................................................ 1989 530 ........................................................................ 2008 527 ........................................................................ 1997 509 ........................................................................ 1985 504 ........................................................................ 1984 502 ........................................................................ 2005 497 ........................................................................ 1992 491 ........................................................................ 1983 479 ........................................................................ 1981 476 ........................................................................ 1978 steals 450 ........................................................................ 1978 412 ........................................................................ 1976 391 ........................................................................ 1992 368 ........................................................................ 1989 363 ........................................................................ 1975 361 ........................................................................ 1981 340 ........................................................................ 1996 336 ........................................................................ 1997 333 ........................................................................ 2008 326 ........................................................................ 1991 Blocked shots 215 ........................................................................ 1984 181 ........................................................................ 1985 177 ........................................................................ 1986 158 ........................................................................ 2005 150 ........................................................................ 1983 105 ........................................................................ 2002 103 ........................................................................ 2006 101 ........................................................................ 2004 100 ........................................................................ 1992 97 .......................................................................... 1980 turnovers 854 ........................................................................ 1978 646 ........................................................................ 1997 630 ........................................................................ 1982 620 ........................................................................ 1976 615 ........................................................................ 2001 612 ........................................................................ 1981 598 ........................................................................ 1996 588 ........................................................................ 1988 583 ........................................................................ 1993 578 ........................................................................ 1983 personal fouls 614 ........................................................................ 1989 608 ........................................................................ 1981 608 ........................................................................ 1997 604 ........................................................................ 1987 599 ........................................................................ 2009 582 ........................................................................ 1988 580 ........................................................................ 1995 576 ........................................................................ 2008 573 ........................................................................ 1978 565 ........................................................................ 1996 562 ........................................................................ 1980 disqualifications 30 .......................................................................... 1988 26 .......................................................................... 1987 25 .......................................................................... 2005 23 .......................................................................... 1997 22 .......................................................................... 1998 21 .......................................................................... 1996 20 .......................................................................... 1999 18 .......................................................................... 1979 18 .......................................................................... 1980 18 .......................................................................... 1989 18 .......................................................................... 1990 year (record) head coach opponent score site 2008-09 (18-15) mike carey coppin state (wnit) 70-40 morgantown, w.va. st. bonaventure (wnit) 63-68 olean, n.Y. 2007-08 (25-8) mike carey new mexico (ncaa) 61-60 albuquerque, n.m. vanderbilt (ncaa) 46-64 albuquerque, n.m. 2006-07 (21-11) mike carey Xavier (ncaa) 65-52 austin, texas lsu (ncaa) 43-49 austin, texas 2004-05 (21-13) mike carey maine (wnit) 74-59 morgantown, w.va. st. John’s (wnit) 68-63 morgantown, w.va. wake forest (wnit) 65-52 morgantown, w.va. kentucky (wnit) 80-75 2ot lexington, ky. southwest missouri st. (wnit) 70-78 springfield, mo. 2003-04 (21-11) mike carey ohio state (ncaa) 67-73 columbus, ohio 1991-92 (26-4) scott harrelson clemson (ncaa) 73-72 morgantown, w.va. kittie blakemore virginia (ncaa) 83-103 charlottesville, va. 1988-89 (24-8) scott harrelson western kentucky (ncaa) 66-57 bowling green, ky. kittie blakemore virginia (ncaa) 68-81 charlottesville, va. 1984-85 (20-10) bill fiske lsu (wnit) 57-69 amarillo, texas kittie blakemore cal-fullerton (wnit) 71-75 amarillo, texas montana (wnit) 62-60 amarillo, texas 129w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Postseason appearances
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Single Game teaM records points 131 ..............................................indiana, pa. - 12/7/82 114 ...........................................robert morris - 12/7/02 110 ...................................charleston, w.va. - 12/21/84 109 ....................................................Xavier - 12/29/ 84 108 ....................................alderson-broaddus - 1/7/84 105 ................................................ duquesne - 1/14/91 104 ........................................cleveland state - 1/24/85 103 ............................................ west liberty - 2/11/76 103 ...............................................providence - 1/21/98 102 ........................................................ salem - 2/9/76 102 ...........................washington & Jefferson - 2/23/83 field goals Made 52 ................................................indiana, pa. - 12/7/82 47 .......................................................... salem - 2/9/76 47 ......................................alderson-broaddus - 1/7/84 46 .....................................charleston, w.va. - 12/21/84 45 .............................................. west liberty - 2/11/76 45 .............................washington & Jefferson - 2/23/83 45 ...................................................... salem - 11/29/86 43 ................................west virginia wesleyan - 2/3/76 43 ..............................west virginia wesleyan - 1/12/81 43 ............................west virginia wesleyan - 11/19/81 43 .............................................robert morris - 12/7/02 field goals atteMpted 106 ........................................................ salem - 2/9/76 106 ............................................ west liberty - 2/11/76 104 ................................................. shepherd - 1/26/76 100 ..............................west virginia wesleyan - 2/3/76 100 ...........................................davis & elkins - 2/20/76 100 .......................................... pitt-Johnstown - 2/8/78 95 ............................west virginia wesleyan - 11/19/81 94 ..............................west virginia wesleyan - 1/12/81 94 ......................................alderson-broaddus - 1/7/84 94 .................................................... marshall - 12/3/84 field goal percentage .717 (43/60) .............................robert morris - 12/7/02 .655 (38/58) .................................providence - 2/22/05 .648 (35/54) .............................robert morris - 1/11/93 .639 (39/61) ..........................st. francis, pa. - 12/30/06 .634 (45/71) ...................................... salem - 11/29/86 .625 (40/64) ......................mount st. mary’s - 12/30/95 .623 (33/53) ................................... louisville - 1/10/06 .621 (36/58) .......................... northwestern - 11/22/04 .608 (31/51) .............................. virginia tech - 1/15/83 .608 (31/51) ...........................robert morris - 12/14/96 3-point field goals Made 16 .................................................providence - 1/21/98 13 .................................................. cincinnati - 2/19/08 13 ....................................... oklahoma state - 12/31/99 13 .......................................new Jersey tech - 11/28/08 12 ................................................. connecticut - 3/1/98 12 ........................................................ucla - 11/22/98 12 ...........................................boston college - 12/8/98 12 ..................................................... liberty - 11/25/00 12 ................................................. connecticut - 3/2/04 12 .................................................providence - 2/22/05 3-point field goals atteMpted 36 ..................................................... liberty - 11/25/00 33 ..................................................... rutgers - 2/16/ 95 33 .................................................... marshall - 1/27/99 32 ...................................................... syracuse - 2/2/97 32 ...............................................georgetown - 1/26/00 31 .................................................... syracuse - 1/17/98 30 .................................................providence - 1/21/98 29 ........................................................ucla - 11/22/98 29 ................................florida international - 11/22/08 28 .......................................................akron - 12/10/88 28 ........................................................ rutgers - 3/9/95 28 .............................................. wright state - 2/18/97 28 ................................................. connecticut - 3/1/98 28 ...................................................... rutgers - 2/23/99 28 ....................................... oklahoma state - 12/31/99 28 ..................................................ohio state - 3/20/04 28 ..................................................... canisius - 11/9/07 28 .................................................. cincinnati - 2/19/08 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 5 att.) 1.000 (5/5) ...........................................temple - 3/3/90 .833 (5/6) ............................... massachusetts - 2/24/90 .778 (7/9) .................................... oklahoma - 11/26/88 .714 (10/14) ....................... western carolina - 12/2/00 .700 (7/10) ......................................villanova - 2/23/08 .692 (9/13) ...............................robert morris - 12/7/02 .688 (11/16) ......................... st. bonaventure - 2/23/95 .667 (4/6) ................................... wake forest - 12/1/90 .647 (11/17) ............................rhode island - 11/24/07 .643 (9/14) .................................... fordham - 11/26/05 .643 (9/14) .................................... duquesne - 12/7/07 free throWs Made 37 .......................................northern illinois - 12/29/90 35 ...................................................... Xavier - 12/29/84 35 ................................... george washington - 1/29/90 33 ...........................................robert morris - 12/14/96 32 ....................................................kent state - 2/3/78 32 ...........................................................pitt - 12/21/91 32 ...............................................................pitt - 2/9/97 31 .........................................bowling green - 11/25/96 31 ................................................ohio state - 12/16/97 30 .........................................................akron - 12/7/87 30 ........................................... massachusetts - 1/20/90 30 ....................................western kentucky - 12/15/91 30 ...................................................missouri - 12/22/96 30 .........................................................ohio - 12/30/96 30 .............................................georgetown - 12/12/98 free throWs atteMpted 45 .......................................northern illinois - 12/29/90 44 ............................................ coppin state - 11/28/99 43 ...................................................... Xavier - 12/29/84 43 .......................................................temple - 1/26/85 43 ................................... george washington - 1/29/90 42 .........................................................ohio - 12/30/96 41 ...........................................california, pa. - 12/12/79 41 ...................................................... edinboro - 2/6/80 41 ...................................................marshall - 12/15/80 LIz REPELLA 130
  • 131w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 41 .............................................................pitt - 1/22/83 41 ....................................western kentucky - 12/15/91 41 .........................................bowling green - 11/25/96 free throW percentage (Min. 10 att.) 1.000 (22/22) .........................boston college - 2/27/01 1.000 (10/10) .................................... marshall - 2/9/89 .952 (20/21) ............................... notre dame - 1/14/98 .944 (17/18) ............................... notre dame - 1/17/04 .941 (16/17) .............................................pitt - 1/24/99 .941 (16/17) ................................... louisville - 3/10/08 .929 (13/14) ..............................rhode island - 1/19/89 .929 (13/14) .................................. duquesne - 12/6/08 .923 (12/13) .......................................temple - 1/31/06 .923 (12/13) .................................... duquesne - 2/7/94 .923 (12/13) ................................. connecticut - 1/7/04 reBounds 89 ................................west virginia wesleyan - 2/3/76 82 ................................................... shepherd - 1/26/76 82 .............................................. west liberty - 2/11/76 81 .....................................charleston, w.va. - 12/21/84 78 ..............................west virginia wesleyan - 12/6/76 77 ..............................................indiana, pa. - 12/11/76 77 .......................................... pitt-Johnstown - 1/14/77 76 .......................................................... salem - 2/7/77 75 .......................................charleston, w.va. - 2/12/83 75 ......................................alderson-broaddus - 1/7/84 75 ..........................................cleveland state - 1/24/85 offensive reBounds 49 ................................................... shepherd - 1/26/76 35 .............................................davis & elkins - 2/20/76 35 .....................................charleston, w.va. - 12/21/84 34 .............................................. west liberty - 2/11/76 32 ........................................................ salem - 1/29/76 32 ................................................north texas - 12/5/92 31 .............................................. west liberty - 1/15/76 31 ................................west virginia wesleyan - 2/3/76 31 ................................................... shepherd - 2/19/76 30 .....................................................seton hill - 2/1/75 30 .......................................................... salem - 2/9/76 assists 32 ........................................... indiana state - 11/23/84 32 .................................................. duquesne - 1/14/91 31 ......................................alderson-broaddus - 1/7/84 30 ........................................... massachusetts - 2/13/92 30 ....................................Youngstown state - 11/30/93 30 .................................................providence - 1/21/98 29 ....................................Youngstown state - 12/16/95 29 .............................................robert morris - 12/7/02 29 ............................................ presbyterian - 12/15/07 28 ......................................Youngstown state - 12/1/82 28 ........................................ charleston, wv - 12/12/83 28 .......................................................temple - 2/13/97 28 ................................................... oakland - 12/15/07 steals 37 ........................................................ salem - 1/29/76 36 .............................................. west liberty - 1/15/75 31 ................................................... shepherd - 2/19/76 30 ........................................... fairmont state - 2/19/75 29 ..............................west virginia wesleyan - 1/20/75 28 .......................................................... salem - 2/9/76 28 ........................................... massachusetts - 1/12/91 27 ........................................................ salem - 1/30/75 27 ............................................. fairmont state - 2/7/75 27 .............................................. west liberty - 2/11/75 27 ................................................... shepherd - 1/26/76 27 ............................................. fairmont state - 2/2/76 27 ............................................. fairmont state - 2/6/76 Blocked shots 22 .................................................... marshall - 12/3/83 19 .............................washington & Jefferson - 2/23/83 16 ..................................................kent state - 12/7/83 15 ................................................... penn state - 2/2/84 15 ............................................rhode island - 11/25/85 13 ............................................. massachusetts - 3/1/85 13 .................................................. duquesne - 2/13/86 12 ....................................Youngstown state - 12/16/95 11 ......................................................... detroit - 2/7/83 11 .......................................................akron - 11/29/83 11 ......................................Youngstown state - 2/21/84 11 ........................................... massachusetts - 2/20/86 11 .................................................... seton hall - 1/6/05 turnovers 44 .............................................................pitt - 1/17/76 44 ............................................ morris harvey - 1/24/76 40 ........................................................ salem - 1/29/76 40 ................................................... shepherd - 2/19/76 40 ......................................... north carolina - 11/17/79 39 .......................................................temple - 1/15/87 38 .......................................... pitt-Johnstown - 12/6/78 37 ................................................. penn state - 1/31/81 36 ........................................central michigan - 3/11/76 36 ...................................................... rutgers - 2/25/84 36 ........................................ delaware state - 12/14/03 personal fouls 36 ................................... george washington - 1/23/88 34 ...................................................... virginia - 3/26/92 33 ..............................west virginia wesleyan - 12/6/77 33 ............................................. wichita state - 12/3/94 32 ........................................central michigan - 3/11/76 32 ........................................... mount mercy - 12/30/80 32 .......................................................... drexel - 1/6/95 31 ................................................kent state - 11/28/87 31 .........................................bowling green - 11/25/96 30 ........................................Youngstown state - 2/4/78 30 ......................................... north carolina - 11/17/79 30 ........................................western kentucky - 1/7/86 30 ....................................western kentucky - 12/13/87 30 ..................................................kentucky - 12/12/92 disqualifications 4 .......................................................... rutgers - 2/9/87 4 ..................................... george washington - 1/23/88 4 ...................................................... marshall - 1/11/05 3 ..........................................central michigan - 3/11/76 3 ............................................. massachusetts - 1/19/87 3 ..................................................kent state - 11/28/87 3 ..................................................... penn state - 2/2/89 3 ........................................................ rutgers - 1/18/90 3 .............................................robert morris - 12/14/96 3 .................................................georgetown - 2/14/98 3 ................................................... notre dame - 1/7/99 3 ................................................. notre dame - 2/19/02 3 ................................................... notre dame - 2/4/07 LAqUITA OwENS
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Single Game opponent records points 117 ................................................. penn state - 2/2/83 116 ............................................... connecticut - 1/2/99 111 ............................................... notre dame - 1/7/99 109 ................................................. penn state - 3/8/91 106 ............................................ east carolina - 1/21/81 106 ............................................... penn state - 1/26/91 106 ................................................... kansas - 12/21/92 105 ........................................... washington - 11/26/93 104 ............................................... penn state - 12/4/76 104 ....................................................tulane - 12/28/99 field goals Made 47 .............................................. east carolina - 1/21/81 44 ............................................. washington - 11/26/93 43 ................................................. connecticut - 1/2/99 42 ................................................... penn state - 2/2/83 41 ..............................west virginia wesleyan - 1/12/81 41 ................................................. notre dame - 1/9/97 41 ............................................... connecticut - 2/23/00 40 ................................................ tennessee - 11/22/82 40 ...................................................... rutgers - 1/17/91 40 ....................................................... kansas - 2/21/92 40 .................................................... syracuse - 2/10/99 field goals atteMpted 104 ............................................ east carolina - 1/21/81 96 .................................................... edinboro - 12/7/80 96 ...................................................... rutgers - 1/18/90 95 ............................................ pitt-Johnstown - 2/8/78 95 .......................................... pitt-Johnstown - 12/6/78 94 ............................................ morris harvey - 1/24/76 94 .......................................... pitt-Johnstown - 1/26/80 91 ............................................. washington - 11/26/93 90 .......................................charleston, w.va. - 1/28/81 89 ........................................central michigan - 3/11/76 field goal percentage .683 (41/60) ............................... connecticut - 2/23/00 .679 (36/53) ................................ st. Joseph’s - 2/24/87 .652 (43/66) ................................. connecticut - 1/2/99 .632 (36/57) ...................................... virginia - 3/26/92 .629 (39/62) ....................................... florida - 1/23/95 .617 (37/60) .......................................purdue - 1/30/90 .615 (40/65) ..................................... kansas - 12/21/92 .607 (34/56) .............................. virginia tech - 2/14/01 .604 (29/48) ............................... notre dame - 2/26/96 .600 (36/60) ......................................villanova - 1/3/01 3-point field goals Made 18 ......................................................villanova - 1/3/01 17 ....................................................villanova - 1/26/02 14 .................................................... marshall - 1/18/95 14 ...................................................... depaul – 2/16/08 13 ................................................. cincinnati – 2/19/08 12 ......................................................st. John’s - 1/6/01 11 ................................................... penn state - 3/8/91 11 .......................................................temple - 2/12/94 11 ................................................ st. Joseph’s - 1/12/95 11 ............................................... connecticut - 1/10/98 11 .............................................robert morris - 12/1/99 11 ......................................tennessee-martin - 12/3/00 11 ...................................................... syracuse - 2/2/01 11 ....................................................villanova - 2/17/04 11 .......................... southwest missouri state - 3/31/05 11 ....................................................villanova - 1/18/06 3-point field goals atteMpted 37 ......................................................st. John’s - 1/6/01 32 ............................................ coppin state - 11/28/99 32 ............................................ east carolina - 11/23/03 31 ................................................ duquesne - 12/20/03 30 ................................................. connecticut - 3/4/03 30 ............................................... wake forest - 3/24/05 30 ...................................................... depaul – 2/16/08 29 ................................................ st. Joseph’s - 1/12/95 29 ......................................................villanova - 2/9/00 29 ....................................................villanova - 1/26/02 29 .......................... southwest missouri state - 3/31/05 29 ........................................................depaul – 3/7/09 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 10 att.) .720 (18/25) .....................................villanova – 1/3/01 .700 (7/10) ...................................... kansas – 12/21/92 .700 (7/10) ............................boston college – 1/30/02 .636 (7/11) ............................boston college – 1/20/05 .625 (10/16) ................................... duquesne – 3/5/94 .625 (10/16) ................................ marquette – 1/21/06 .600 (6/10) .................... george washington – 1/28/89 .600 (6/10) ................................. st. Joseph’s – 2/16/91 .586 (17/29) ...................................villanova – 1/26/02 .583 (7/12) ................................... st. Joseph’s – 3/9/90 .583 (7/12) .......................................villanova – 1/5/99 free throWs Made 41 ................................... george washington - 1/23/88 37 ........................................western kentucky - 1/7/86 34 ......................................... st. bonaventure - 1/16/93 33 ................................................... penn state - 2/2/83 33 ......................................................tulane - 12/28/99 32 ........................................................ Xavier - 12/8/92 31 ................................................... penn state - 2/3/90 31 ....................................Youngstown state - 12/23/96 31 ................................................. notre dame - 1/7/99 30 ...................................................... virginia - 3/26/92 30 ............................................. wichita state - 12/3/94 30 .......................................................... drexel - 1/6/95 30 ..................................................... lehigh - 12/27/99 free throWs atteMpted 50 ................................... george washington - 1/23/88 48 ........................................western kentucky - 1/7/86 47 ........................................central michigan - 3/11/76 46 ........................................................ Xavier - 12/8/92 45 ............................................. wichita state - 12/3/94 45 .......................................................... drexel - 1/6/95 43 ...................................................... virginia - 3/26/92 42 ......................................................tulane - 12/28/99 41 ........................................................ rutgers - 2/9/87 40 ....................................... western carolina - 12/2/00 free throW percentage (Min. 15 att.) 1.000 (24/24) ...................................... maine - 3/18/05 1.000 (18/18) ...........................boston college - 1/2/05 1.000 (17/17) .........................boston college - 2/14/04 .958 (23/24) .......................... pitt-Johnstown - 1/26/83 .958 (23/24) ................................... penn state - 2/2/89 .933 (14/15) ........................st. bonaventure – 3/21/09 .926 (25/27) ................................... duquesne – 1/2/88 .913 (21/23) ...................................villanova – 2/17/04 .912 (31/34) .................................. penn state – 2/3/90 .909 (20/22) .......................Youngstown st. – 12/17/94 .905 (19/21) ................................. st. Joseph’s – 1/9/88 .905 (19/21) ................................georgetown – 1/3/98 .905 (19/21) ....... southwest missouri state – 11/27/03 reBounds 84 ........................................central michigan - 3/11/76 70 ......................................... north carolina - 11/17/79 69 ................................................kent state - 11/28/87 68 ...............................................................pitt - 1/7/78 68 ........................................................ rutgers - 1/8/94 67 ........................................western kentucky - 1/7/86 67 ...................................................... rutgers - 1/18/90 65 .................................................... marshall - 1/21/76 65 ............................... pittsburgh-Johnstown - 12/6/78 65 .............................................. virginia tech - 2/20/80 65 ..................................... eastern kentucky - 11/21/80 offensive reBounds 33 ...................................................... rutgers - 1/18/90 30 ....................................................st. John’s - 1/17/99 29 ................................................north texas - 12/5/92 29 .................................................. seton hall - 12/7/96 28 ............................................ virginia tech - 12/13/80 28 ....................................western kentucky - 12/18/88 28 ................................................. penn state - 2/27/90 28 ..................................................... florida - 11/22/91 28 ..............................................rhode island - 2/26/94 28 ..............................................rhode island - 1/10/95 28 .................................................. cincinnati - 2/15/05 assists 36 ............................................. washington - 11/26/93 32 .............................................................pitt - 1/18/84 31 ......................................................villanova - 1/3/01 30 ................................................... penn state - 3/8/91 29 ..................................... george washington - 3/3/94 29 .................................................providence - 1/21/98 29 ...............................................georgetown - 1/31/01 29 ................................................. connecticut - 3/2/04 28 ................................................... penn state - 2/2/83 28 .............................................. saint Joseph’s - 1/5/87 28 ...................................................... rutgers - 2/23/99 steals 29 ........................................... glenville state - 1/17/83 28 ..................................................kentucky - 12/12/92 26 ......................................................... kansas - 1/2/94 22 ....................................................villanova - 12/2/80 22 .......................................... northwestern - 12/28/81 22 ..................................................... kansas - 12/21/92 20 ............................................rhode island - 12/11/84 20 ........................................................ rutgers - 2/9/87 20 ..................................... george washington - 3/3/94 20 ....................................................... florida - 12/4/99 Blocked shots 17 ........................................................... usf – 2/21/09 15 ........................................................ rutgers - 1/3/87 13 ............................................ James madison - 1/6/81 13 .............................................. virginia tech - 1/16/02 12 ...................................................... edinboro - 2/6/80 11 ...............................................steubenville - 1/10/81 11 ...................................................... rutgers - 2/23/85 10 .................................................... edinboro - 12/7/80 10 ...................................................... rutgers - 1/18/90 132
  • 133w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 9 .................................................... seton hall - 1/28/98 9 ................................................... notre dame - 1/7/99 9 .......................................................... miami - 12/4/01 9 ................................................. notre dame - 2/19/02 9 ...................................................georgetown - 2/5/05 9 .......................................................... rutgers - 3/6/06 turnovers 49 .................................................mcmaster - 12/29/80 42 ...............................................davis & elkins - 2/1/82 41 ............................................ morris harvey - 2/18/78 40 ........................................... massachusetts - 1/12/91 38 .............................................robert morris - 2/22/92 37 ...................................................... Xavier - 12/29/84 36 ......................................... north carolina - 11/17/79 36 ............................................south alabama - 1/5/92 35 .......................................................temple - 1/15/87 35 ...........................................................pitt - 12/21/91 personal fouls 36 ............................................ morris harvey - 2/18/78 32 ............................................ coppin state - 11/28/99 31 ....................................................kent state - 2/3/78 31 ...............................................slippery rock - 1/5/80 31 ................................................ virginia tech - 1/2/82 31 ................................................indiana, pa. - 12/7/82 31 .............................................................pitt - 1/22/83 31 .......................................northern illinois - 12/29/90 31 ................................................ohio state - 12/16/97 31 ................................................ohio state - 12/20/98 disqualifications 5 .............................................. morris harvey - 2/18/78 5 ............................................. mount mercy - 12/30/80 4 ............................................. massachusetts - 2/18/84 4 ............................................cleveland state - 1/24/85 4 .........................................................temple - 1/26/85 3 ..................................................... shepherd - 1/26/76 3 .......................................................... salem - 1/29/76 3 .................................................... duquesne - 1/23/78 3 ......................................................kent state - 2/3/78 3 ......................................................villanova - 2/10/78 3 ...................................................... marshall - 1/10/79 3 ............................................. california, pa - 12/12/79 3 ........................................................ marshall - 1/2/80 3 ........................................................ edinboro - 2/6/80 3 ..................................................kent state - 11/28/82 3 ........................................Youngstown state - 12/1/82 3 ...............................................................pitt - 12/5/84 3 .....................................................marshall - 12/22/84 3 ............................................... arizona state - 12/3/88 3 ..................................... george washington - 1/29/90 3 .................................................. st. Joseph’s - 1/18/92 3 ...................................................... marshall - 1/18/96 3 .............................................robert morris - 11/18/98 100-point gaMes 117 ................................................. penn state - 2/2/83 116 ............................................... connecticut - 1/2/99 111 ............................................... notre dame - 1/7/99 109 ................................................. penn state - 3/8/91 106 ............................................ east carolina - 1/21/81 106 ............................................... penn state - 1/26/91 106 ................................................... kansas - 12/21/92 105 ........................................... washington - 11/26/93 104 ............................................... penn state - 12/4/76 104 ....................................................tulane - 12/28/99 103 .................................................... virginia - 3/26/92 103 ............................................... notre dame - 1/9/97 102 .................................................. syracuse - 2/10/99 101 ...................................................... rutgers - 1/8/94 100 ....................................Youngstown state - 12/6/80 100 ...................................................... rutgers - 1/4/95 100 .............................................providence - 12/30/98 100 ............................................. connecticut - 2/23/00 100 ............................................... connecticut - 3/2/04 individual points game: 42 by sue wicks of rutgers, 2/13/88 individual field goals Made: 17 by betty cook of west virginia wesleyan, 1/12/81 attempted: 37 by wanda grant of Youngstown state, 1/7/81 percentage: 100.0 (10-10) by Jessica davenport of ohio state, 3/20/04 individual three-point field goals (since 1983) Made: 7 by erin monfre of marquette, 2/15/09; by trish Juhline of villanova, 1/26/02; mauri horton of rutgers, 1/12/02; chanda hollingsworth of wright state, 12/19/00; caroline deroose of rutgers, 3/7/92 attempted: 16 by mauri horton of rutgers, 1/12/02; chanda hollingsworth of wright state, 12/19/00 percentage (min. 5 att): 1.000 (5-5) by clare droesch of boston college, 1/30/02; by Yvonne wilson of st. John’s, 1/15/97 individual free throWs Made: 20 by tracey early of george washington, 1/23/88 attempted: 25 by tracey early of george washington, 1/23/88 percentage (min. 12 att): 1.000 (12-12) by Jessalyn deveny, 1/2/05 individual reBounds game: 34 by wanda grant of Youngstown state, 2/27/80 individual offensive reBounds game: 12 by chanta powell of south alabama, 1/5/91 individual assists game: 21 by suzie mcconnell of penn state, 3/6/87 individual steals game: 12 by charlisse sampson of kansas, 1/2/94 individual turnovers game: 16 by noelle chiodo of robert morris, 2/22/92 individual Blocked shots game: 11 by sue wicks of rutgers, 1/3/87 individual Minutes game: 50 by lynn ust of rutgers, 1/18/90 triple-douBles game: 10 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists by tasha pointer of rutgers, 1/17/01; 32 points, 15 rebounds, 11 blocks by sue wicks of rutgers, 1/3/87 teaM points half: 62 by notre dame, 1/9/97 game: 117 by penn state, 2/2/83 high season: 2,663 in 1980-81 low season: 1,735 in 1978-79 high season average: 80.7 in 1980-81 low season average: 46.9 in 1974-75 teaM field goals game Made: 47 by east carolina, 1/21/81 game attempted: 104 by east carolina, 1/21/81 percentage: 68.3 (41-60) by connecticut, 2/23/00 high Made season: 1,118 in 1980-81 low Made season: 614 in 1976-77 high season attempts: 2,579 in 1980-81 low season attempts: 1,655 in 1997-98 high season pct: 45.5% in 1986-87 low season pct: 30.1% in 1976-77 teaM 3-point field goals (since 1983) game Made: 18 by villanova, 1/3/01 game attempted: 37 by st. John’s, 1/6/01 percentage (min. 10 made): 72.0 (18-25) by villanova, 1/3/01 high made season: 199 in 2007-08 low Made season: 21 in 1986-87 high season attempts: 618 in 2007-08 low season attempts: 69 in 1986-87 high season pct: 37.9% in 1997-98 low season pct: 29.9% in 1987-89 and 2003-04 teaM free throWs Made game: 41 by george washington, 1/23/88 attempted game: 50 by george washington, 1/23/88 team pct (Min. 10 attempts): 100.0 (24-24) by maine, 3/18/05 high Made season: 489 in 1994-95 low Made season: 278 in 1976-77 high season attempts: 713 in 1986-87 low season attempts: 467 in 1985-86 high season pct: 74.0% in 1978-79 low season pct: 56.7% in 1976-77 teaM reBounds game: 84 by central michigan, 1/11/76 high season: 1,703 in 1980-81 low season: 1,003 in 2005-06 offensive reBounds game: 33 by rutgers, 1/18/90 assists game: 36 by washington, 11/26/93 high season: 493 in 1996-97 low season: 200 in 1976-77 steals game: 29 by glenville state, 1/17/83 high season: 327 in 1992-93 low season: 186 in 2003-04 turnovers game: 49 by mcmaster, 11/29/80 high season: 692 in 1991-92 low season: 456 in 2000-01 Blocked shots game: 17 by usf, 2/21/09 high season: 128 in 2008-09 low season: 55 in 1993-94; in 1994-95 personal fouls game: 36 by morris harvey, 2/18/78 high season: 654 in 1980-81 low season: 447 in 2000-01
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Single Game leaders points 38 meg bulger ................cleveland state - 12/19/05 36 kate bulger ............................ syracuse - 2/26/03 35 cathy parson ............... glenville state - 12/12/81 35 christie lambert .......................temple - 1/28/95 34 donna abbott ....... george washington - 1/29/90 34 talisha hargis .....................providence - 2/10/96 33 mary hennen ............................... salem - 2/9/76 33 cathy parson ....................... penn state - 1/18/82 33 georgeann wells ................... penn state - 2/8/86 33 rosemary kosiorek .......................pitt - 12/21/91 33 kate bulger ...................robert morris - 12/30/01 field goals Made 16 mary hennen ............................... salem - 2/9/76 16 cathy parson ............... glenville state - 12/12/81 15 meg bulger ................cleveland state - 12/19/05 14 J.d. drummonds .............................pitt - 1/14/81 14 J.d. drummonds ................indiana, pa. - 1/24/81 14 cathy parson ....................... penn state - 1/18/82 14 rosemary kosiorek .........................pitt - 1/21/91 14 kate bulger ...................robert morris - 12/30/01 14 kate bulger ............................ syracuse - 2/26/03 13 olayinka sanni .......... kennesaw state - 12/21/05 13 georgeann wells ..........cleveland state - 1/25/86 13 alexis basil .............................stanford - 12/4/86 13 rosemary kosiorek .......... saint Joseph’s - 1/9/92 13 rosemary kosiorek .................... rutgers - 3/7/92 field goals atteMpted 28 meg bulger ................cleveland state - 12/18/05 28 kate bulger ............................ syracuse - 2/26/03 27 alexis basil ...............................temple - 1/26/85 27 alexis basil .............................stanford - 12/4/86 26 mary hennen ............................... salem - 2/9/76 26 J.d. drummonds .............................pitt - 1/14/81 26 cathy parson ....................... penn state - 1/18/82 26 georgeann wells ..........cleveland state - 1/25/86 26 christie lambert .......................temple - 1/28/95 25 cathy parson ............Youngstown state - 2/27/80 25 cathy parson ......................indiana, pa. - 1/24/81 25 meg bulger .......................... duquesne - 12/4/04 field goal percentage (Min. 10 att.) 1.000 (13/13) olayinka sanni ...kennesaw state - 12/21/05 .909 (10/11) pat hovorka ............... duquesne - 2/2/80 .900 (9/10) Jenny hillen ..................... rutgers - 2/9/87 .900 (9/10) sherell sowho .... northwestern - 11/22/04 .875 (14/16) rosemary kosiorek ...........pitt - 12/21/91 .857 (12/14) meg bulger .............providence - 2/22/05 .800 (8/10) maria tchobanova ..........villanova - 1/5/99 .800 (12/15) olayinka sanni .st. francis, pa. - 12/30/06 .786 (11/14) rosemary kosiorek ...robert morris - 2/22/92 .769 (10/13) Jenny hillen .... st. bonaventure - 1/26/89 .769 (10/13) sherell sowho .... east carolina - 11/23/03 3-point field goals Made 8 meg bulger ................cleveland state - 12/19/05 7 christie lambert .......................temple - 1/28/95 7 christie lambert ...................... syracuse - 2/2/97 6 Judy eaton ............................... rutgers - 2/13/88 6 christie lambert ...........robert morris - 12/10/95 6 rebecca burbridge ................. syracuse - 1/17/98 6 kate bulger ..............................st. John’s - 1/6/01 6 kate bulger .....................................pitt - 1/19/02 6 kate bulger ......................... notre dame - 1/8/03 6 kate bulger ............................ syracuse - 2/26/03 6 kate bulger .....................robert morris - 12/6/03 6 kate bulger .......................................pitt - 1/3/04 6 laQuita owens .................... seton hall - 1/16/07 6 meg bulger ............................. louisville - 3/1/08 6 liz repella ....................... coppin state - 3/19/09 3-point field goals atteMpted 18 christie lambert .......................temple - 1/28/95 18 christie lambert ...................... syracuse - 2/2/97 16 meg bulger ................cleveland state - 12/19/05 13 christie lambert ...................... rutgers - 2/16/95 13 christie lambert ........................ miami - 1/22/97 13 takisha granberry .................. cincinnati - 1/7/09 13 liz repella ....................... coppin state - 3/19/09 12 laQuita owens .................... seton hall - 1/16/07 12 liz repella ......................... mercyhurst - 12/3/08 11 14 times 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 5 att.) 1.000 (6/6) kate bulger ....................st. John’s - 1/6/01 .833 (5/6) meg bulger ...... unc-greensboro - 11/19/04 .800 (4/5) christie lambert ...boston college - 12/2/95 .800 (4/5) kate glusko .................providence - 2/22/05 .800 (4/5) meg bulger .................. duquesne - 12/7/07 .800 (4/5) laQuita owens.......rhode island - 11/24/07 .800 (4/5) laQuita owens.... st. bonaventure - 12/1/07 .714 (5/7) meg bulger .......... northwestern - 11/22/04 .714 (5/7) meg bulger ......................st. John’s - 2/8/05 .714 (5/7) meg bulger ........................ maine - 3/18/05 .714 (5/7) meg bulger ............rhode island - 11/24/07 free throWs Made 19 georgeann wells ................... penn state - 2/8/86 15 Jenny hillen ........................ penn state - 1/30/88 14 Jenny hillen ................................akron - 12/7/87 14 donna abbott ....... george washington - 1/29/90 14 talisha hargis .....................providence - 2/10/96 14 talisha hargis ....................ohio state - 12/16/97 12 cindy winegar ........................... towson - 2/2/79 12 Jenny hillen ...........western kentucky - 12/18/88 12 talisha hargis .............................ohio - 12/30/96 12 Yolanda paige .......................... rutgers - 1/12/02 12 Yolanda paige ........................st. John’s - 3/21/05 free throWs atteMpted 20 georgeann wells ................... penn state - 2/8/86 18 talisha hargis .....................providence - 2/10/96 17 talisha hargis ....................ohio state - 12/16/97 16 pat hovorka ............................. edinboro - 2/6/80 16 olivia bradley ..........................howard - 2/18/82 16 Jenny hillen ........................ penn state - 1/30/88 16 donna abbott ....... george washington - 1/29/90 16 talisha hargis ...................................pitt - 1/4/96 16 talisha hargis .............................ohio - 12/30/96 16 olayinka sanni ....................providence - 1/13/07 free throW percentage (Min. 10 att.) 1.000 (14/14) Jenny hillen ..................akron - 12/7/87 1.000 (12/12) cindy winegar ............. towson - 2/2/79 1.000 (12/12) Yolanda paige ..........st. John’s - 3/21/05 1.000 (10/10) Jenny hillen .. st. bonaventure - 1/10/87 1.000 (10/10) rebecca burbridge ... georgetown - 12/12/98 .950 (19/20) georgeann wells ....... penn state - 2/8/86 .938 (15/16) Jenny hillen ............ penn state - 1/30/88 .917 (11/12) maria tchobanova .... seton hall - 1/10/99 .909 (10/11) Jenny hillen ................. rutgers - 1/12/89 .909 (10/11) rebecca burbridge ... robert morris - 11/18/98 reBounds 28 olivia bradley ...........................temple - 1/26/85 25 olivia bradley ....................rhode island - 2/9/85 24 mary hennen ........................ shepherd - 1/26/76 22 olivia bradley ........................ marshall - 12/3/84 22 olivia bradley .................................pitt - 12/5/84 22 georgeann wells ..........cleveland state - 1/25/86 21 olivia bradley .......................... rutgers - 2/25/83 20 olivia bradley ...........................akron - 11/29/83 20 olivia bradley ..............cleveland state - 1/24/85 20 donna abbott ..................rhode island - 2/15/92 offensive reBounds 16 mary hennen ........................ shepherd - 1/26/76 12 donna abbott ..................rhode island - 2/15/92 10 mary hennen ................... west liberty - 2/11/76 10 kim brown ............................. duquesne - 2/6/88 9 leslie sergy.............................seton hill - 2/1/75 9 Joanne herald............... fairmont state - 2/19/75 9 donna abbott ...................... duquesne - 2/11/89 9 donna abbott ....... george washington - 1/29/90 9 donna abbott .................. saint Joseph’s - 2/2/91 8 pam harper .......west virginia wesleyan - 2/3/76 8 kim brown .......................... penn state - 1/30/88 8 donna abbott ............... massachusetts - 2/23/89 8 lisa szymczak ............................. kansas - 1/2/94 8 amanda hayes ..........................temple - 2/12/94 8 lisa szymczak .............................. miami - 2/8/96 c o l i s e u m TALISHA HARGIS 134
  • 135w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo assists 18 Yolanda paige .............. northwestern - 11/22/04 17 Yolanda paige ..................... longwood - 12/1/04 14 Yolanda paige ................ coppin state - 11/30/02 14 Yolanda paige ............................ miami - 2/15/03 14 Yolanda paige .............unc greesboro - 11/19/04 13 Yolanda paige .................................pitt - 1/19/02 13 Yolanda paige ...................... duquesne - 12/4/04 13 Yolanda paige ........................ syracuse - 1/26/05 12 rosemary kosiorek .....................temple - 3/6/91 11 J.d. drummonds .........................ohio - 12/10/80 11 dionne morris ............. st. bonaventure - 1/10/87 11 rosemary kosiorek ...................temple - 1/11/90 11 Yolanda paige ................ wright state - 12/18/02 11 Yolanda paige .................... duquesne - 12/21/02 11 Yolanda paige .....................providence - 2/22/05 11 ashley powell ................ presbyterian - 12/15/07 11 ashley powell .................... mercyhurst - 12/3/08 steals 11 maria tchobanova .............................pitt - 1/4/96 10 talisha hargis .......................... rutgers - 2/16/95 9 cindy (sam) booth ........ morris harvey - 1/25/75 8 cindy (sam) booth .......... west liberty - 2/11/75 8 alexis basil ................... massachusetts - 1/19/87 8 Jenny hillen .................. massachusetts - 2/23/89 8 christie ammons ..........robert morris - 12/10/95 8 maria tchobanova ...................... miami - 1/22/97 7 13 times Blocked shots 12 georgeann wells ............rhode island - 11/25/85 9 georgeann wells ...washington & Jefferson - 2/23/83 9 georgeann wells ................... penn state - 2/2/84 9 georgeann wells .............................pitt - 12/5/84 8 georgeann wells ........... massachusetts - 2/20/86 8 georgeann wells .............. saint Joseph’s - 3/1/86 8 georgeann wells ........................ rutgers - 3/7/86 7 olivia bradley ..................... new mexico - 1/9/82 7 georgeann wells ......................... detroit - 2/7/83 6 susan muth ....................robert morris - 12/9/81 6 georgeann wells ....Youngstown state - 12/19/84 6 georgeann wells ..........cleveland state - 1/24/85 6 georgeann wells .......................temple - 1/26/85 6 georgeann wells ................rhode island - 2/9/85 6 ramika mcgee ............... east carolina - 11/23/03 turnovers 11 cindy winegar ................. virginia tech - 2/22/78 11 betsy shaw .................. pitt-Johnstown - 1/26/80 10 Jean mewshaw .............. morris harvey - 2/18/78 10 alexis basil ............................ tennessee - 1/4/86 10 Jenny hillen ................ st. bonaventure - 1/26/89 10 christie ammons ......................... miami - 2/8/96 10 darya kudryavtseva ............. seton hall - 1/28/01 9 carol mousseau ..................... marshall - 2/21/75 9 cindy winegar ....................... marshall - 1/10/79 9 laurie evans ..... pittsburgh-Johnstown - 1/26/80 9 rosemary kosiorek .......................pitt - 12/30/88 9 shannon monahan ..........rhode island - 2/27/93 9 mandy ronay...................... connecticut - 2/4/98 9 maria tchobanova ...virginia commonwealth - 12/5/98 9 maria tchobanova ............. notre dame - 2/20/99 9 brandi batch ........................... florida - 11/20/00 Minutes played 48 georgeann wells .......................temple - 1/26/85 48 alexis basil ...............................temple - 1/26/85 46 lisa ribble ................................temple - 1/26/85 45 sherell sowho.....................georgetown - 2/6/02 45 Yolanda paige .....................georgetown - 2/6/02 45 kate bulger .........................georgetown - 2/6/02 45 sherell sowho....missouri-kansas city - 12/30/03 45 Yolanda paige ....missouri-kansas city - 12/30/03 44 cathy parson ............................ rutgers - 2/28/83 44 Janet hoffman ..........................temple - 1/26/85 44 Jenny hillen .................. massachusetts - 1/19/87 44 dionne morris ............... massachusetts - 1/19/87 44 rosemary kosiorek ...................temple - 1/11/90 44 donna abbott .......................... rutgers - 1/18/90 triple douBles 23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks ................................. georgeann wells ................rhode island - 11/25/85 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists ................................. dionne morris ............... st. bonaventure - 12/21/87 30 point gaMes 38 meg bulger ................cleveland state - 12/19/05 36 kate bulger ............................ syracuse - 2/26/03 35 cathy parson ............... glenville state - 12/12/81 35 christie lambert .......................temple - 1/28/95 34 donna abbott ....... george washington - 1/29/90 34 talisha hargis .....................providence - 2/10/96 34 liz repella ..................................... usf - 2/21/09 33 mary hennen ............................... salem - 2/9/76 33 cathy parson ....................... penn state - 1/18/82 33 georgeann wells ................... penn state - 2/8/86 33 rosemary kosiorek .......................pitt - 12/21/91 33 kate bulger ...................robert morris - 12/30/01 32 donna abbott ...................... duquesne - 2/11/89 32 talisha hargis ..................rhode island - 1/10/95 31 rosemary kosiorek .......... saint Joseph’s - 1/9/92 31 talisha hargis .............bowling green - 12/13/97 30 J.d. drummonds .............................pitt - 1/14/81 30 rosemary kosiorek .................. rutgers - 2/28/91 30 meg bulger .......................... duquesne - 12/4/04 30 meg bulger .......................... seton hall - 1/15/05 individual points Most in a half: 26 by meg bulger vs. cleveland state, 12/19/05 Most in a game: 38 by meg bulger vs. cleveland state, 12/19/05 field goals Made: 16 by mary hennen vs. salem, 2/9/76; cathy parson vs. glenville state, 12/12/81 attempted: 28 by meg bulger vs. cleveland state, 12/19/05; kate bulger vs. syracuse, 2/26/03 percentage (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (13-13) by olayinka sanni vs. kennesaw state, 12/21/05 free throWs Made: 19 by georgeann wells vs. penn state, 2/8/86 attempted: 20 by georgeann wells vs. penn state, 2/8/86 Best percentage (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (14/14) by Jenny hillen vs. akron, 12/7/87; (12/12) by cindy winegar vs. towson, 2/2/79; (12/12) by Yolanda paige vs. st. John’s, 3/21/05; (10/10) by Jenny hillen vs. st. bonaventure, 1/10/87; (10/10) by rebecca burbridge vs. georgetown, 12/12/98 3-point field goals Made: 8 by meg bulger vs. cleveland state, 12/19/05 attempted: 18 by by christie lambert vs. syracuse, 2/2/97; christie lambert vs. temple, 1/28/95 best percentage (min. 5 att): 1.000 (6/6) by kate bulger vs. st. John’s, 1/6/01 reBounds Most: 28 by olivia bradley vs. temple, 1/26/85 most offensive: 16 by mary hennen vs. shepherd, 1/26/76 assists Most: 18 by Yolanda paige vs. northwestern, 11/22/04 steals Most: 11 by maria tchobanova vs. pitt, 1/4/96 Blocks Most: 12 by georgeann wells vs. rhode island, 11/25/85 turnovers Most: 11 by betsy shaw vs. pitt-Johnstown, 1/26/80; by cindy winegar vs. virginia tech, 11/22/78 Minutes played Most: 48 by georgeann wells vs. temple, 1/26/85; by alexis basil vs. temple, 1/26/85 triple douBles 23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks by georgeann wells vs. rhode island, 11/25/85; 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists by dionne morris vs. st. bonaventure, 12/21/87 teaM points Most: 131 vs. indiana (pa.), 12/7/82 fewest: 30 vs. seton hall, 2/2/74 Most in a half: 62 vs. duquesne, 1/14/91 fewest in a half: 15 vs. george washington, 1/15/94 Most two teams: 192 (93-99) vs. syracuse, 1/17/98 lowest two teams: 62 (30-32) vs. seton hall, 2/2/74 Margin of victory: 87 vs. indiana (pa.), 12/7/82 field goals Made: 52 vs. indiana (pa.), 12/7/82 attempted: 106 vs. salem, 2/9/76; vs. west liberty, 2/11/76 percentage: .655 (38/58) vs. providence, 2/22/05 3-point field goals Made: 16 vs. providence, 1/21/98 attempted: 36 vs. liberty, 11/25/00 percentage (min. 10 att.): .636 (7/11) vs. rhode island, 2/27/93; vs. towson, 11/20/00 free throWs Made: 37 vs. northern illinois, 12/29/90 attempted: 45 vs. northern illinois, 12/29/90 percentage (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (22/22) vs. boston college, 2/27/01 reBounds Most: 89 vs. west virginia wesleyan, 2/3/76 offensive: 49 vs. shepherd, 1/26/76 assists Most: 32 vs. indiana state, 11/23/94 steals Most: 37 vs. salem, 1/29/76 Blocked shots Most: 22 vs. marshall, 12/3/83 turnovers Most: 44 vs. pitt, 1/17/76 personal fouls Most: 36 vs. george washington, 1/23/88
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info points 42 sue wicks (rutgers) ................................ 2/13/88 36 kahadeejah herbert (penn state) ........... 2/16/85 35 saundra fullen (marshall) ...................... 1/10/79 35 brandi mccain (florida) ........................ 11/29/00 34 karen hiznay (villanova) ........................ 2/10/78 34 wanda grant (Youngstown state) ............ 1/7/81 34 holly porter (boston college) .................. 12/2/95 33 wanda grant (Youngstown state) ........ 12/27/80 33 Jessalyn deveny (boston college) ............. 1/2/05 32 regina howard (rutgers) ......................... 2/9/87 field goals Made 16 wanda grant (Youngstown state) ............ 1/7/81 16 sue wicks (rutgers) ................................ 2/13/88 15 karen hiznay (villanova) ........................ 2/10/78 14 saundra fullen (marshall) ...................... 1/10/79 14 wanda grant (Youngstown state) .......... 2/27/80 14 kahadeejah herbert (penn state) ........... 2/16/85 14 octavia blue (miami) .............................. 2/24/98 13 lorrie lawrence (rutgers)....................... 2/28/83 12 tammy simms (marshall) ....................... 12/6/86 12 dale hodges (saint Joseph’s) .................. 1/14/89 12 kelly lane (temple) ................................ 1/30/89 12 vicky picott (rutgers) ............................. 2/28/91 12 holly porter (boston college) .................. 12/2/95 12 sheri horvath (robert morris) .............. 12/10/95 12 korie hlede (duquesne) ........................ 11/30/96 12 brandi mccain (florida) ........................ 11/29/00 12 beth record (syracuse) ............................. 2/2/01 12 chandrea Jones (syracuse) ..................... 2/28/09 field goals atteMpted 37 wanda grant (Youngstown state) ............ 1/7/81 32 wanda grant (Youngstown state) .......... 2/27/80 27 lisa britt (pitt-Johnstown)...................... 12/6/78 27 June walton (morgan state) ................... 12/3/79 27 Jennifer bruce (pitt) ................................ 12/5/84 27 darcie vincent (duquesne)...................... 2/11/90 26 lynn taylor (shepherd) ........................... 1/26/76 26 karen henry (marshall) .......................... 2/25/81 26 sue wicks (rutgers) ................................ 2/13/88 26 cheron wells (clemson) .......................... 3/22/92 field goal percentage (Min. 10 att.) .900 (9/10) susan blauser (rutgers) .................. 1/4/97 .846 (11/13) michelle campbell (rutgers)....... 2/24/04 .833 (10/12) annetta davis (syracuse) ............ 1/17/98 .818 (9/11) mary petrecca (cleveland state) ... 1/25/86 .818 (9/11) Julie tennant (salem) ................. 11/29/86 .818 (9/11) trish Juhline (villanova) ................ 1/26/02 .800 (8/10) chrystal starling (virginia tech) .... 2/14/01 .800 (8/10) meghan saake (miami)................. 2/15/03 .786 (11/14) ruth riley (notre dame) ............. 1/24/01 .769 (10/13) audrey codner (st. Joseph’s) ......... 1/9/92 .769 (10/13) ali day (duke) ........................... 12/18/95 .769 (10/13) ebiho ahonkai (georgetown) ...... 1/28/96 3-point field goals Made 7 caroline deroose (rutgers) ...................... 3/7/92 7 chanda hollingsworth (wright state) .. 12/19/00 7 mauri horton (rutgers) .......................... 1/12/02 7 trish Juhline (villanova) ......................... 1/26/02 6 karin vadelund (george washington) ..... 1/28/89 6 lauren pellicane (villanova) ..................... 1/5/99 6 shawnetta stewart (rutgers) ................. 2/23/99 6 brandi mccain (florida) ........................ 11/29/00 6 la’sheala dawson (robert morris) ........ 11/30/05 5 by 15 players 3-point field goals atteMpted 16 chanda hollingsworth (wright state) .. 12/19/00 16 mauri horton (rutgers) .......................... 1/12/02 14 brandi mccain (florida) ........................ 11/29/00 14 cotelia bond-Young (wake forest) ......... 3/24/05 13 mary lisicky (georgetown) ....................... 2/6/02 12 Jill mcgowan (towson) ......................... 11/20/00 12 Jennifer Jackson (east carolina) ............ 11/23/03 11 megan cullen (duquesne) ...................... 2/11/90 11 caroline deroose (rutgers) ...................... 3/7/92 11 suzie dailer (st. bonaventure) ................ 1/29/94 11 Jenny higgins (villanova) ....................... 1/25/98 11 giani bowles (st. John’s) ........................... 1/6/01 11 katie houlehan (missouri-kansas city) . 12/30/03 11 carrie mason (virginia tech) ................... 2/10/04 11 kelly mcmanmon (st. John’s) .................. 1/24/09 3-point field goal percentage (Min. 5 att.) 1.000 (5/5) Yvonne wilson (st. John’s) ............. 1/15/97 1.000 (5/5) krystal ellis (marquette) ............... 1/21/06 .875 (7/8) trish Juhline (villanova) .................. 1/26/02 .833 (5/6) beth record (syracuse) ..................... 2/2/01 .800 (4/5) roni hergenroeder (st. bonaventure) ...12/21/87 .800 (4/5) Jaime James (syracuse) .................... 2/2/01 .800 (4/5) danielle kamm (marquette) ........... 1/21/06 .750 (6/8) karin vadelund (george washington) ... 1/28/89 .750 (6/8) la’sheala dawson (robert morris) ...11/30/05 .714 (5/7) daniela roark (fordham) .............. 11/26/05 free throWs Made 14 libby bush (west virginia wesleyan) ...... 12/6/77 12 kathy ridilla (duquesne) .......................... 2/6/88 12 Jessalyn deveny (boston college) ............. 1/2/05 11 peggy simcic (duquesne) ......................... 2/2/80 11 val gorman (rhode island) ..................... 2/25/89 11 katie curry (st. Joseph’s) ......................... 1/23/93 11 caroline mccombs (Youngstown state) 11/23/96 11 sylita thomas (georgetown)..................... 1/3/98 11 kia wright (st. John’s) ............................. 3/21/05 11 angel mccoughtry (louisville) .................. 3/1/08 11 becky fernandes (longwood) .............. 12/30/08 free throWs atteMpted 18 libby bush (west virginia wesleyan) ...... 12/6/77 16 regina howard (rutgers) ......................... 2/9/87 16 becky fernandes (longwood) .............. 12/30/08 15 peggy simcic (duquesne) ......................... 2/2/80 15 kathy ridilla (duquesne) .......................... 2/6/88 15 tanya hansen (rutgers) .......................... 1/18/90 14 patti bucklew (slippery rock) ................... 1/5/78 14 sue shay (st. bonaventure) .................... 1/26/89 14 kia wright (st. John’s) ............................. 3/21/05 13 sue brown (pitt-Johnstown) .................... 2/8/78 13 merida grant (temple) ........................... 2/14/87 13 sue wicks (rutgers) ................................ 2/13/88 13 katie curry (st. Joseph’s) ......................... 1/23/93 13 darlene saar (george washington) ......... 1/26/95 13 brittany warren (robert morris) ............. 12/6/03 free throW percentage (Min. 10 att.) 1.000 (12/12) Jessalyn deveny (boston college) 1/2/05 1.000 (11/11) sylita thomas (georgetown) ....... 1/3/98 .917 (11/12) val gorman (rhode island) ......... 2/25/89 .917 (11/12) caroline mccombs (Youngstown state) ..11/23/96 .917 (11/12) angel mccoughtry (louisville) ...... 3/1/08 .909 (10/11) tracey earley (george washington) ... 2/12/87 .846 (11/13) katie curry (st. Joseph’s) ............. 1/23/93 .818 (9/11) tara lewis (massachusetts) ........... 1/19/87 .818 (9/11) vicky picott (rutgers) .................... 1/12/89 .818 (9/11) rebecca bright (rhode island) ...... 2/26/94 reBounds 34 wanda grant (Youngstown state) .......... 2/27/80 23 sexton (slippery rock) ........................... 2/17/79 22 wanda grant (Youngstown state) ............ 1/7/81 21 marilyn stephens (temple) ....................... 2/7/81 20 michele washington (rhode island) ..... 11/25/85 19 wanda grant (Youngstown state) ............ 2/4/78 18 karen mays (morris harvey).................... 2/18/78 18 peg bunger (virginia tech)...................... 2/22/78 18 vicky picott (rutgers) ............................. 1/12/89 18 rebekkah brunson (georgetown) ............. 2/6/02 offensive reBounds 11 regina howard (rutgers) ......................... 2/9/87 10 tanya hansen (rutgers) .......................... 1/18/90 10 rebekkah brunson (georgetown) ............. 2/6/02 10 swin cash (connecticut) ......................... 2/26/02 10 liz obrecht (missouri-kansas city) ........ 12/30/03 9 kathy ridilla (duquesne) .......................... 2/6/88 9 michelle clark (western kentucky) ....... 12/18/88 9 margarete rougier (temple) ................... 1/25/93 9 charlotta Jones (bowling green) .......... 12/13/97 9 shavonder clarke (kennesaw state) ..... 12/21/05 8 tandreia green (western kentucky)...... 12/18/88 8 marcie byrd (rhode island) ..................... 1/10/95 8 kerri sullivan (providence) ....................... 2/6/99 8 mandy wittenmyer (pitt) ........................ 12/6/00 8 katrina Johns (st. John’s) .......................... 1/6/01 assists 14 christel Zullo (massachusetts) ................ 1/14/88 13 liz hanson (rutgers) ................................ 1/8/94 13 dayna smith (rhode island) ................... 1/10/95 Single Game opponent leaders c o l i s e u m 136
  • 137w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 13 gina graziani (miami) ............................. 1/22/97 12 michelle bouldin (duquesne) ................... 3/5/94 11 tasha pointer (rutgers) .......................... 2/23/99 10 kelly corcoran (salem) .......................... 11/29/86 10 ellen clark (st. Joseph’s).......................... 2/24/87 10 raquel nurse (syracuse) ........................... 2/2/97 10 Julie mcbride (syracuse) ........................... 2/2/01 10 lisa guarneri (virginia tech) ................... 2/14/01 steals 12 charlisse sampson (kansas) ..................... 2/2/94 8 cindy packman (Youngstown state) ....... 2/27/80 8 debbie black (st. Joseph’s) ...................... 2/11/88 7 corinne gulas (penn state) ..................... 1/16/80 7 debbie lewis (pitt) ................................. 1/14/81 7 Janet malouf (rutgers) ............................. 2/9/87 7 suzie mcconnell (penn state) ................. 1/30/88 7 carol morton (pitt) ............................... 12/21/91 7 kristin mcardle (george washington) ....... 2/8/92 7 nykesha sales (connecticut) ..................... 2/4/98 7 rochelle luckett (virginia commonwealth) ... 12/5/98 Blocked shots 7 tina skidmore (edinboro) ......................... 2/6/80 7 tanya hansen (rutgers) .......................... 1/18/90 7 Jessica lawson (usf) .............................. 2/21/09 5 claudia eaton (howard) .......................... 2/18/82 5 kathy ridilla (duquesne) ........................ 1/11/89 5 tanya hansen (rutgers) .......................... 2/28/91 5 latonya mcghee (florida) ......................... 1/5/93 5 vaida sipaviciute (syracuse) ................... 1/26/05 4 mary donovan (penn state) .................... 1/16/80 4 gail aughburns (pitt) .............................. 1/14/81 4 kim mong (robert morris) ...................... 12/9/81 4 mary k. nordling (george washington) ... 1/29/90 4 mary k. nordling (george washington) ... 2/14/91 4 nickeia morris (pitt) .................................. 1/8/98 4 kenosha chastang (pitt) ........................... 1/8/98 4 kortni webb (pitt) .................................. 1/24/99 4 hollee franklin (James madison) .......... 12/16/00 4 ieva kublina (virginia tech) .................... 2/14/01 4 Jamie cournoyer (boston college) .......... 2/27/01 4 beth friday (duquesne) ........................ 12/21/02 4 laura beutow (canisius) ......................... 11/9/07 turnovers 16 noelle chiodo (robert morris) ................ 2/22/92 14 karin vadelund (george washington) ..... 1/28/89 12 rachel mathena (robert morris)............. 2/22/92 11 peri powell (steubenville) ....................... 1/10/81 11 sue cox (duquesne) ................................ 1/20/82 11 darcie vincent (duquesne)........................ 2/4/92 11 shantel brown (seton hall) ...................... 2/4/09 10 vicki lawrence (Youngstown state) ........ 2/27/80 10 terri moore (cleveland state) .................. 1/24/85 10 amy rooks (st. bonaventure) ............... 12/19/92 10 stacey ritter (robert morris) ................ 12/10/95 10 gina montesano (pitt) .............................. 1/4/96 10 mimi ritter (georgetown) ........................ 1/3/98 10 toni branson (robert morris) ................ 12/30/01 10 kaitlin moore (presbyterian) ................. 12/15/07 Minutes played 50 lynn ust (rutgers) .................................. 1/18/90 48 theresa govens (temple) ........................ 1/26/85 48 mimi carroll (temple) ............................. 1/26/85 47 erin cowley (temple) .............................. 1/26/85 47 tanya hansen (rutgers) .......................... 1/18/90 47 suzanne cooper (rutgers) ...................... 1/18/90 45 kathy marshall (george washington) ..... 2/25/82 45 leslie bond (george washington) ........... 2/25/82 45 stacy dean (temple) ............................... 1/26/85 45 latonya Johnson (rutgers) ..................... 1/18/90 45 Julie mcbride (syracuse) ......................... 2/26/03 triple douBles none 30-point gaMes 42 sue wicks (rutgers) ................................ 2/13/88 36 kahadeejah herbert (penn state) ........... 2/16/85 35 saundra fullen (marshall) ...................... 1/10/79 35 brandi mccain (florida) ........................ 11/29/90 34 karen hiznay (villanova) ........................ 2/10/78 34 wanda grant (Youngstown state) ............ 1/7/81 34 holly porter (boston college) .................. 12/2/95 33 wanda grant (Youngstown state) .......... 2/27/80 33 Jessalyn deveny (boston college) ............. 2/2/05 32 regina howard (rutgers) ......................... 2/9/87 31 octavia blue (miami) .............................. 2/24/98 30 libby bush (west virginia wesleyan) ...... 12/6/77 30 lorrie lawrence (rutgers)..................... 12/28/83 30 dale hodges (st. Joseph’s) ...................... 1/14/89 30 cowley (Youngstown state) .................... 12/1/92 30 Jen ricco (temple) .................................. 2/12/94 30 liz hauger (Youngstown state) ............ 11/23/96 30 beth record (syracuse) ............................. 2/2/01 individual points half: 30 by beth record of syracuse, february 3, 2001 game: 42 by sue wicks of rutgers, february 13, 1988 individual field goals game Made: 16 by wanda grant of Youngstown state, January 7, 1981; sue wicks of rutgers, february 13, 1988 game attempted: 37 by wanda grant of Youngstown state, January 7, 1981 game pct: (min. 10 att.): .900 (9/10) by susan blauser of rutgers, January 4, 1997 individual 3-point field goals Made game Made: 7 by caroline deroose of rutgers, march 7, 1992; chanda hollingsworth of wright state, december 19, 2000; mauri horton of rutgers, January 12, 2002; trish Juhline of villanova, January 26, 2002 game attempted: 16 by chanda hollingsworth of wright state, december 19, 2000; mauri horton of rutgers, January 12, 2002 game pct (min 5 att.): 1.000 (5/5) by Yvonne wilson of st. John’s, January 15, 1997 individual free throWs game Made: 14 by libby bush of west virginia wesleyan, december 6, 1977 game attempted: libby bush of west virginia wesleyan, december 6, 1977 game pct (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (12/12) by Jessalyn deveny of boston college, January 2, 2005; (11/11) by sylita thomas of georgetown, January 3, 1998 individual reBounds game: 34 by wanda grant of Youngstown state, february 27, 1980 offensive: 11 by regina howard of rutgers, february 9, 1987 individual assists game: 14 by chrstel Zullo of massachusetts, January 14, 1988 individual steals game: 12 by charlisse sampson of kansas, January 2, 1994 Blocked shots game: 7 by Jessica lawson of usf, february 21, 2009; tina skidmore of edinboro, february 6, 1980; tanya hansen of rutgers, January 18, 1990 turnovers game: 16 by noelle chiodo of robert morris, february 22, 1992 Minutes played game: 50 by lynn ust of rutgers, January 18, 1990 triple douBles none teaM points Most: 101 by rutgers, January 8, 1994 fewest: 26 by seton hall, february 2, 1974 Most in a half: 58 by Youngstown state, december 1 1992 fewest in a half: 11 by massachusetts, January 12, 1991 field goals Made: 47 by east carolina, January 21, 1981 attempted: 104 by east carolina, January 21, 1981 percentage: .679 (36/53) by st. Joseph’s, february 24, 1987 3-point field goals Made: 18 by villanova, January 3, 2001 attempted: 37 by st. John’s, January 6, 2001 percentage: .833 (5/6) by st. bonaventure, february 4, 1991 free throWs Made: 41 by george washington, January 23, 1988 attempted: 50 by george washington, January 23, 1988 percentage (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (24/24) by maine, march 18, 2005; (18/18) by boston college, January 2, 2005; (17/17) by boston college, february 14, 2004 reBounds Most: 84 by central michigan, march 11, 1976 offensive: 33 by rutgers, January 18, 1990 assists Most: 36 by washington, november 26, 1993 steals Most: 29 by glenville state, January 17, 1983 Blocked shots Most: 15 by rutgers, January 3, 1987 turnovers Most: 49 by mcmaster, december 29, 1980 personal fouls Most: 36 by morris harvey, february 18, 1978
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info The last tiMe individual scored 35 or more points: 38 by meg bulger vs. cleveland state, 12-19-05 scored 30 or more points: 34 by liz repella vs. usf, 2-21-09 scored 25 or more points: 27 by sarah miles vs. mercyhurst, 12-3-08 had 25 or more rebounds: 28 by olivia bradley vs. temple, 1-26-85 had 20 or more rebounds: 20 by donna abbott vs. rhode island, 2-15-92 had 15 or more rebounds: 15 by olayinka sanni at st. John’s, 1-16-08 had nine or more offensive rebounds: 9 by olayinka sanni vs. canisius, 11-9-07 had 18 or more assists: 18 by Yolanda paige vs. northwestern, 11-22-04 had 15 or more assists: 17 by Yolanda paige vs. longwood, 12-1-04 had 10 or more assists: 10 by ashley powell vs. syracuse, 2-28-09 had 10 or more steals: 11 by maria tchobanova vs. pitt, 1-4-96 had 10 or more blocks: 11 by georgeann wells vs. massachusetts, 3-1-85 recorded at least 30 points and 15 rebounds: 35-19 by georgeann wells vs. marshall, 12-22-84 recorded at least 30 points and 10 rebounds: 34-13 by liz repella vs. usf, 2-21-09 recorded at least 20 points and 15 rebounds: 22-15 by olayinka sanni at st. John’s, 1-16-08 recorded at least 20 points and 10 rebounds: 27-10 by liz repella vs. coppin state, 3-19-09 recorded at least 20 points and 15 assists: 22-15 by rosemary kosiorek vs. duquesne, 2-24-92 recorded at least 20 points and 10 assists: 20-11 by Yolanda paige at boston college, 1-20-05 recorded a triple double: 12 pts, 11 rebs., 10 asst. by dionne morris vs. st. bonaventure, 12-21-87 recorded two consecutive double-doubles: liz repella (2-7-09 to 2-10-09) recorded three consecutive double-doubles: takisha granberry, (11-22-08 to 11-29-08) recorded back-to-back 30 point games: meg bulger vs. marshall (36), 1-11-05 vs. seton hall (30), 1-15-05 had five consecutive 20-point games: rosemary kosiorek, 1-22-92 to 2-4-92 had four consecutive 20-point games: meg bulger, 1-8-05 to 1-20-05 had three consecutive 20-point games: takisha granberry, 12-13-08 to 12-22-08 two players scored 20 points in a game: sarah miles (21) and liz repella (21) vs. depaul (3-7-09) two players recorded double-doubles in a game: sarah miles (22 pts, 10 reb.) and liz repella (15 pts, 14 reb.) vs. duquesne (12-7-08) teaM scored 100 points: 100 vs. kennesaw state, 12-21-05 gave up 100 points: 100 vs. connecticut, 3-2-04 Won by 50 or more points: 50 vs. mercyhurst, 2008 lost by 50 or more points: 63 vs. connecticut, 2-20-01 Won by 40 or more points: 41 vs. cornell, 11-18-07 lost by 40 or more points: 43 vs. villanova, 1-26-02 Won by 30 or more points: 30 vs. coppin state, 3-19-09 lost by 30 or more points: 30 vs. connecticut, 1-10-08 Won by 20 or more points: 21 vs. villanova, 2-23-08 lost by 20 or more points: 22 at syracuse, 3-3-08 Won 10 or more consecutive games: 10, 11-22-02 to 12-29-02 Won five or more consecutive games: 6, 11-18-08 to 12-7-08 lost five or more consecutive games: 8, 2-4-06 to 2-28-06 played before 5,000 or more people: 5,692 at notre dame, 3-2-09 played before 10,000 or more people: 10,677 vs. tennessee, charleston civic center, 11-21-07 West virginia beat a top 25 team at home: no. 11 wvu 56, no. 18 pitt 36, 2-13-08 West virginia beat a top 10 team at home: no. 12 wvu 63, no. 4 rutgers 54, 1-29-08 West virginia beat a top 25 team away from home: wvu 79, no. 5 louisville 70, 2-7-09 West virginia beat a top 10 team away from home: wvu 79, no. 5 louisville 70, 2-7-09 West virginia was ranked in the ap top 25: 17, march 17, 2008 West virginia was ranked in the ap top 15: 11, february 10, 2008 played an overtime game: wvu 73, georgetown 79, 2-19-09 played a double-overtime game: wvu 64, at villanova 70, 1-6-07 Coliseum results 1973-74 ....................3-9 ..................... .250 1974-75 ....................8-3 ..................... .727 1975-76 ....................7-4 ..................... .636 1976-77 ...................11-2 .................... .846 1977-78 ...................12-4 .................... .750 1978-79 ....................5-5 ..................... .500 1979-80 ....................6-7 ..................... .461 1980-81 ....................7-3 ..................... .700 1981-82 ...................14-2 .................... .875 1982-83 ...................11-3 .................... .786 1983-84 ....................9-1 ..................... .900 1984-85 ....................8-2 ..................... .800 1985-86 ....................8-3 ..................... .727 1986-87 ....................9-5 ..................... .643 1987-88 ....................6-6 ..................... .500 1988-89 ....................8-3 ..................... .727 1989-90 ....................9-3 ..................... .750 1990-91 ....................8-4 ..................... .667 1991-92 ...................14-0 .................. 1.000 1992-93 ....................7-4 ..................... .636 1993-94 ....................3-8 ..................... .272 1994-95 ....................3-8 ..................... .272 1995-96 ....................5-6 ..................... .455 1996-97 ....................8-4 ..................... .667 1997-98 ....................6-6 ..................... .500 1998-99 ....................7-6 ..................... .538 1999-00 ...................dnp 2000-01 ....................4-9 ..................... .307 2001-02 ....................9-3 ..................... .750 2002-03 ....................9-4 ..................... .692 2003-04 ...................10-2 .................... .833 2004-05 ...................14-3 .................... .824 2005-06 ....................7-6 ..................... .538 2006-07 ...................13-1 .................... .929 2007-08 ...................11-1 .................... .917 2008-09 ...................11-6 .................... .647 overall ............. 290-146 ............. .666 138
  • 139w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Big east Tournament Records points game: 28, by laQuita owens vs. louisville, 2007; by talisha hargis vs. connecticut, 1998 half: 26 (second), by laQuita owens vs. louisville, 2007 tournament: 57, by britney davis-white, 2005 career: 108, by Yolanda paige, 2002-05 reBounds game: 13, by laQuita owens vs. louisville, 2007 tournament: 30, by olayinka sanni, 2006 career: 62, by chakhia cole, 2005-08 assists game: 14, by Yolanda paige vs. pitt, 2005 tournament: 24, by Yolanda paige, 2004 career: 58, by Yolanda paige, 2002-05 Blocks game: 6, by kate bulger vs. st. John’s, 2004 tournament: 10, by kate bulger, 2004 career: 14, by kate bulger, 2002-04 steals game: 8, by Yolanda paige vs. st. John’s, 2004 tournament: 11, by ashley powell, 2005 career: 16, by ashley powell, 2006-08 free throWs game: 16, by britney davis-white vs. rutgers, 2006 tournament: 18, by britney davis-white, 2006 career: 29, by chakhia cole, 2005-08 free throWs atteMpted game: 20, by britney davis-white vs. rutgers, 2006 tournament: 26, by britney davis-white, 2006 career: 42, by chakhia cole, 2005-08 free throW percentage game: 1.000 (8/8), by Yolanda paige vs. virginia tech, 2003 tournament: 1.000 (8/8), by Yolanda paige, 2003 career: 1.000 (7/7), by ilse opstaele, 1996-97 field goals game: 10, by laQuita owens vs. louisville, 2007 tournament: 19, by Yolanda paige, 2004 career: 38, by Yolanda paige, 2002-05 field goals atteMpted game: 26, by laQuita owens vs. louisville, 2007 tournament: 54, by britney davis-white, 2006 career: 94, by laQuita owens, 2005-08 field goal percentage game (min. 10 att.): .643 (9/14), by olayinka sanni vs. usf, 2008; by Yolanda paige vs. st. John’s, 2004 tournament (min 10 att.): .667 (8/12), by natalie burton, 2009 career (min 10 att.): .667 (8/12), by natalie burton, 2009 three-point field goals game: 6, by laQuita owens vs. louisville, 2007 tournament: 10, by laQuita owens, 2006 career: 23, by laQuita owens, 2005-08 three-point field goals atteMpted game: 16, by laQuita owens vs. louisville, 2007 tournament: 35, by laQuita owens, 2006 career: 68, by laQuita owens, 2005-08 NATALIE BURTON BRITNEY DAvIS-wHITE
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Series records akron .....................................7-1 .....1984 ... 2003 .......... 77-26 alabama ................................1-0 .....1989 ... 1989 .......... 75-66 ala.-birmingham ..................1-0 .....1988 ... 1988 .......... 65-54 alderson broaddus ...............3-0 .....1977 ... 1984 ........ 108-42 american ...............................2-0 .....2007 ... 2008 .......... 65-61 arkansas ................................1-0 .....1992 ... 1992 .......... 81-60 arizona ..................................0-1 .....1983 ... 1983 .......... 61-65 arizona state .........................1-0 .....1989 ... 1989 .......... 89-75 baylor ....................................1-0 .....1985 ... 1985 .......... 73-67 bishops ..................................0-1 .....1983 ... 1983 .......... 61-63 boston college .....................0-15 ....1995 ... 2005 .......... 75-76 bowling green ......................2-0 .....1996 ... 1997 .......... 84-72 brown ....................................1-0 .....2009 ... 2009 .......... 66-49 bucknell ................................2-0 .....2003 ... 2004 .......... 77-57 butler ....................................0-1 .....1992 ... 1992 .......... 59-75 california, pa. ........................2-0 .....1980 ... 1981 .......... 92-89 cal state fullerton .................0-1 .....1985 ... 1985 .......... 71-75 canisius .................................1-0 .....2008 ... 2008 .......... 76-49 central michigan ...................0-1 .....1976 ... 1976 .......... 64-90 cincinnati ......................3-5 ...1978 .. 2009 .......55-61 charleston .............................8-7 .....1974 ... 1985 ........ 110-82 chattanooga .........................0-1 .....1984 ... 1984 .......... 49-50 cheyney ................................0-1 .....1984 ... 1984 .......... 62-83 cleveland state .....................3-0 .....1985 ... 2006 .......... 82-39 colorado state .......................0-1 .....2002 ... 2002 .......... 74-85 columbia ...............................1-0 .....2008 ... 2008 .......... 74-41 concord .................................5-0 .....1975 ... 1978 .......... 89-39 connecticut .................. 1-20 ..1982 .. 2009 .......55-85 coppin state ..........................5-0 .....1999 ... 2009 .......... 70-40 cornell ...................................1-0 .....2008 ... 2008 .......... 93-52 davis & elkins ........................5-0 .....1976 ... 1982 .......... 73-53 dayton ...................................0-1 .....1980 ... 1980 .......... 39-72 delaware state ......................1-1 .....2003 ... 2004 ..... 56-59 ot depaul ...........................2-4 ...1981 .. 2009 ... 72-75 ot detroit ...................................1-0 .....1983 ... 1983 .......... 83-57 dist. of columbia ...................0-1 .....1983 ... 1983 .......... 42-70 drake .....................................0-1 .....1986 ... 1986 .......... 81-82 drexel ....................................0-1 .....1994 ... 1994 .......... 63-78 duke ......................................0-2 .....1995 ... 1996 .......... 70-84 duquesne .....................33-7 ..1976 .. 2009 .......59-41 east carolina ..........................2-2 .....1980 ... 2005 .......... 76-54 eastern kentucky ...........0-2 ...1981 .. 1982 .......82-67 east stroudsburg ...................0-1 .....1977 ... 1977 .......... 57-91 edinboro ................................3-5 .....1977 ... 1982 .......... 82-67 evansville ..............................1-0 .....1991 ... 1991 .......... 77-45 fairmont state ......................7-3 .....1974 ... 1977 .......... 96-30 florida ...................................1-4 .....1991 ... 2001 .......... 70-96 florida international .............2-0 .....2005 ... 2009 ..... 67-59 ot florida state ..........................0-1 .....1988 ... 1988 .......... 58-68 fordham ................................1-0 .....2006 ... 2006 .......... 83-39 fresno state ..................1-0 ...2009 .. 2009 .......68-63 georgetown ................. 8-11 ...1996 .. 2009 .. 73-79 ot george mason .......................2-0 .....1990 ... 1991 .......... 69-59 george washington ............13-13 ...1980 ... 1995 .......... 72-93 georgia state ........................0-1 .....1982 ... 1982 .......... 63-64 georgia tech ..........................2-0 .....2004 ... 2004 .......... 75-61 glenville state .......................2-0 .....1982 ... 1983 .......... 67-55 hampton institute ................1-0 .....1980 ... 1980 .......... 90-78 hawaii ...................................0-1 .....1996 ... 1996 .......... 54-73 houston .................................2-0 .....2006 ... 2007 .......... 73-47 howard..................................2-1 .....1981 ... 2007 .......... 84-61 illinois state...........................0-1 .....1986 ... 1986 .......... 55-75 series last opponent W/l Began played score indiana ..................................1-2 .....1992 ... 2009 .......... 73-77 indiana, pa. ...........................8-2 .....1976 ... 1983 ........ 131-44 indiana state .........................1-1 .....1979 ... 1985 .......... 87-64 iona .......................................0-1 .....2009 ... 2009 .......... 44-52 iowa ......................................0-2 .....1992 ... 1993 .......... 57-69 James madison .....................5-3 .....1980 ... 2004 .......... 89-63 kansas ...................................0-2 .....1992 ... 1994 .......... 64-81 kennesaw state ....................1-0 .....2006 ... 2006 ........ 100-60 kent state ..............................7-3 .....1978 ... 1989 .......... 90-78 kentucky ...............................1-2 .....1985 ... 2005 ... 80-75 2ot la salle ..................................1-0 .....1979 ... 1979 .......... 79-76 lehigh ...................................0-1 .....1999 ... 1999 .......... 73-89 liberty ...................................1-2 .....1995 ... 2001 .......... 67-78 longwood .....................2-0 ...2005 .. 2009 .......76-51 louisiana state ......................0-3 .....1985 ... 2007 .......... 43-49 louisiana tech .......................0-1 .....1991 ... 1991 .......... 66-71 louisville .......................5-2 ...2006 .. 2009 .......79-70 Maine ............................1-0 ...2005 .. 2005 .......74-59 Marquette .....................1-3 ...2006 .. 2009 .......59-79 Marshall ...................... 32-15 ..1974 .. 2009 .......74-65 maryland ...............................0-2 .....1981 ... 1982 .......... 62-81 massachusetts .....................19-8 ....1980 ... 1995 .......... 62-61 mcmaster ..............................1-0 .....1981 ... 1981 .......... 95-51 mercer ...................................1-0 .....1982 ... 1982 .......... 61-60 mercyhurst ............................1-0 .....2009 ... 2009 .......... 88-38 miami, fla. ...........................3-12 ....1981 ... 2004 .......... 74-82 middle tennessee .................1-1 .....1985 ... 1996 .......... 77-60 mississippi .............................0-2 .....1985 ... 1986 .......... 86-66 missouri .................................1-0 .....1996 ... 1996 .......... 85-75 monmouth ............................0-1 .....1982 ... 1982 .......... 54-55 montana ...............................1-0 .....1985 ... 1985 .......... 62-60 morgan state ........................0-1 .....1979 ... 1979 .......... 78-80 mount mercy.........................1-0 .....1981 ... 1981 .......... 95-93 mount st. mary’s ...................3-2 .....1979 ... 2003 .......... 76-63 new mexico ..........................2-0 .....1982 ... 2008 .......... 61-60 new Jersey tech ....................1-0 .....2009 ... 2009 .......... 76-42 norfolk state ................... first Meeting north carolina .......................0-1 .....1980 ... 1980 .......... 56-95 north carolina-asheville ......1-0 .....1995 ... 1995 .......... 80-58 north carolina-charlotte ......0-1 .....1999 ... 1999 ..... 50-52 ot north carolina-greensboro ..1-1 .....2005 ... 2006 .......... 70-72 north carolina central ..........1-0 .....2009 ... 2009 .......... 70-31 northern illinois ....................1-0 .....1991 ... 1991 .......... 85-79 north texas ...........................1-0 .....1992 ... 1992 .......... 86-80 northeastern .........................1-1 .....1993 ... 2009 .......... 79-42 northeastern illinois .............0-1 .....1993 ... 1993 .......... 59-75 northwestern ........................1-2 .....1982 ... 2005 .......... 89-55 notre dame ..................2-16 ..1996 .. 2009 .......66-72 oakland .................................2-0 .....2007 ... 2008 .......... 84-65 ohio state ..............................0-9 .....1978 ... 2004 .......... 67-73 ohio . .....................................7-0 .....1979 ... 2003 .......... 81-47 oklahoma .............................1-0 .....1989 ... 1989 .......... 83-65 oklahoma state ....................1-1 .....1999 ... 2000 .......... 62-95 old dominion ........................0-3 .....1983 ... 1988 .......... 64-89 penn state ............................6-24 ....1977 ... 1991 ........ 66-109 pepperdine ............................1-0 .....1990 ... 1990 .......... 79-72 pitt .............................. 21-18 ..1974 .. 2009 .......60-72 presbyterian ..........................1-0 .....2008 ... 2008 .......... 93-26 providence ...................15-4 ..1996 .. 2009 .......53-48 purdue ...................................0-1 .....1991 ... 1991 .......... 59-89 pitt-Johnstown .....................3-5 .....1977 ... 1983 .......... 68-81 rhode island ........................15-7 ....1984 ... 2008 .......... 80-47 rice ........................................1-0 .....1989 ... 1989 .......... 70-64 richmond ..............................3-2 .....1993 ... 2001 .......... 74-84 robert morris .......................17-1 ....1978 ... 2006 .......... 80-54 rutgers ....................... 10-38 ..1980 .. 2009 .......44-60 salem ....................................8-2 .....1974 ... 1987 .......... 95-68 st. bonaventure ...................16-4 ....1987 ... 2009 .......... 63-68 st. francis, n.Y. ......................0-1 .....1978 ... 1978 .......... 64-75 st. francis, pa.. ......................3-0 .....2005 ... 2008 .......... 81-29 st. john’s ....................... 16-4 ..1996 .. 2008 .......68-44 st. Joseph’s ...........................8-18 ....1983 ... 1995 .......... 59-64 san diego state .....................0-1 .....1986 ... 1986 .......... 71-73 santa clara ....................1-0 ...2009 .. 2009 .......72-54 seton hall ..................... 9-12 ..1983 .. 2009 .......47-55 seton hill ...............................1-1 .....1974 ... 1975 .......... 74-26 shepherd ...............................4-0 .....1975 ... 1977 .......... 90-54 slippery rock ........................4-4 .....1977 ... 1981 .......... 90-80 south alabama .....................2-0 .....1991 ... 1992 .......... 99-46 southwest missouri st. .........0-2 .....2004 ... 2005 .......... 70-78 stanford ................................1-0 .....1987 ... 1987 .......... 73-65 steubenville ..........................1-0 .....1981 ... 1981 .......... 90-62 syracuse .......................11-8 ..1996 .. 2009 .......69-68 temple ................................24-11 ...1981 ... 1995 .......... 72-45 tennessee ..............................0-6 .....1983 ... 2008 .......... 49-67 tenn-martin ..........................1-1 .....1984 ... 2001 .......... 62-85 tennessee tech ......................0-1 .....1987 ... 1987 .......... 59-81 texas - san antonio ..............0-1 .....2006 ... 2006 .......... 54-57 texas a&m ............................0-1 .....2007 ... 2007 .......... 52-55 texas a&m - cc .....................0-2 .....2005 ... 2006 ..... 69-70 ot texas christian ......................1-0 .....1990 ... 1990 .......... 73-61 toledo ....................................0-2 .....1995 ... 2002 .......... 58-72 towson ..................................3-0 .....1978 ... 2002 .......... 64-50 trenton state .........................1-1 .....1978 ... 1979 .......... 74-57 tulane ....................................0-1 .....1999 ... 1999 ........ 75-104 uc-irvine ...............................1-0 .....1998 ... 1998 .......... 66-54 ucf ........................................1-0 .....2006 ... 2006 .......... 77-63 ucla ......................................0-2 .....1990 ... 1998 .......... 76-91 uMBc ............................1-0 ...2001 .. 2001 .......69-45 umkc .....................................2-0 .....2003 ... 2004 ..... 69-63 ot usf ................................4-1 ...2006 .. 2009 .......90-75 vanderbilt .............................0-2 .....1988 ... 2008 .......... 46-64 villanova ......................7-18 ..1978 .. 2009 .......52-54 virginia ..................................0-4 .....1989 ... 1997 .......... 58-59 virginia commonwealth ......2-0 .....1998 ... 2000 .......... 63-56 virginia tech .........................5-11 ....1978 ... 2007 .......... 56-60 wake forest ...........................4-1 .....1990 ... 2005 .......... 65-52 washington ..........................0-1 .....1993 ... 1993 ........ 47-105 wash. & Jefferson .................1-0 .....1983 ... 1983 ........ 102-34 weber state ..........................1-0 .....1993 ... 1993 .......... 72-68 west chester .........................1-0 .....1979 ... 1979 .......... 72-68 west liberty ..........................6-0 .....1974 ... 1976 ........ 103-62 western carolina ...................0-1 .....2001 ... 2001 .......... 73-81 western kentucky .................2-6 .....1986 ... 1992 .......... 84-85 western michigan .................0-1 .....1981 ... 1981 .......... 64-81 w.va. state ............................2-0 .....1974 ... 1976 .......... 69-53 w.va. wesleyan ....................9-0 .....1975 ... 1982 .......... 99-59 wichita state .........................1-1 .....1995 ... 2005 .......... 61-40 wisconsin-oshkosh ...............0-2 .....1976 ... 1977 .......... 58-67 wofford .................................1-0 .....2007 ... 2007 .......... 78-30 wright state ..........................4-2 .....1997 ... 2004 .......... 60-38 Xavier ....................................3-1 .....1985 ... 2007 .......... 65-52 Youngstown state .................8-8 .....1977 ... 1997 .......... 86-96 2008-09 opponents in bold series last opponent W/l Began played score series last opponent W/l Began played score 140
  • 141w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Year-By-Year records year coach captains record 1973-74 kittie blakemore ...............................game captains ............................................................ 4-10 1974-75 kittie blakemore ...............................leslie sergy ................................................................ 13-4 1975-76 kittie blakemore ...............................cindy “sam” booth, leslie sergy ................................. 13-6 1976-77 kittie blakemore ...............................cindy “sam” booth, carol mousseau, sara roberts .... 19-7 1977-78 kittie blakemore ...............................linda findo, Jean mewshaw ...................................... 18-9 1978-79 kittie blakemore ...............................mary hennen, Jean mewshaw ................................... 9-16 1979-80 kittie blakemore ...............................cindy winegar .......................................................... 10-19 1980-81 kittie blakemore ...............................J.d. drummonds, betsy shaw .................................. 15-18 1981-82 kittie blakemore ...............................kathy ball, laurie evans, christy webb .................... 20-11 1982-83 kittie blakemore ...............................dana crone, susan muth, cathy parson ................... 17-12 1983-84 kittie blakemore, bill fiske ...............kaye leighton, cindy triplett.................................... 17-12 1984-85 kittie blakemore, bill fiske ...............olivia bradley, Janet hoffman, lisa ribble ............... 20-10 1985-86 kittie blakemore, bill fiske ...............dee davis, georgeann wells ..................................... 12-17 1986-87 kittie blakemore, scott harrelson ....alexis basil, dionne morris, becky winovich ............ 14-15 1987-88 kittie blakemore, scott harrelson ....becky winovich crytser, dionne morris .................... 14-14 1988-89 kittie blakemore, scott harrelson ....Judy eaton, Jenny hillen, dionne morris .................... 24-8 1989-90 kittie blakemore, scott harrelson ....rosemary kosiorek, tracey slogik ............................ 19-10 1990-91 kittie blakemore, scott harrelson ....rosemary kosiorek, lori wilson ............................... 17-12 1991-92 kittie blakemore, scott harrelson ....donna abbott, rosemary kosiorek, lori wilson ......... 26-4 1992-93 scott harrelson .................................ann murray, Jodie runner ........................................ 12-16 1993-94 scott harrelson .................................debbie blazek, chris mcguire ..................................... 8-19 1994-95 scott harrelson .................................debbie blazek, chris mcguire ..................................... 8-20 1995-96 susan walvius ...................................lisa szymczak, christie ammons ............................. 12-15 1996-97 susan walvius ...................................christie ammons, adrienne beard ........................... 19-12 1997-98 alexis basil ........................................mandy ronay, adrienne beard ................................. 12-16 1998-99 alexis basil ........................................mandy ronay, christie lambert ............................... 10-17 1999-00 alexis basil ........................................mandy ronay, alisha bogan ...................................... 6-22 2000-01 alexis basil ........................................marlo thomas, nina mollerup .................................... 5-22 2001-02 mike carey ........................................alisha bogan, brandi batch, Jess fisher ................... 14-14 2002-03 mike carey ........................................grace carson, eartha white, Jess fisher ................... 15-13 2003-04 mike carey ........................................kate bulger, michelle carter, Janell dunlap ............. 21-11 2004-05 mike carey ........................................Yolanda paige, sherell sowho .................................. 21-13 2005-06 mike carey ........................................Yelena leuchanka, Jeriece lee ................................. 15-16 2006-07 mike carey ........................................britney davis-white, olayinka sanni ....................... 21-11 2007-08 mike carey ........................................meg bulger, chakhia cole, laQuita owens, olayinka sanni ................................. 25-8 2008-09 mike carey ........................................takisha granberry, ashley powell ............................ 18-15 totals ............................................................................................................................................543-503 Largest Crowd at the Wvu coliseuM Largest Crowd to watch West virginia 8,307 ...... vs. depaul ..........................2/16/08 8,268 ...... vs. clemson .......................3/21/92 6,232 ...... vs. usf ...............................2/21/09 4,206 ...... vs. penn state ..................2/23/91* 4,157 ...... vs. louisville ........................3/1/08 3,827 ...... vs. boston college ...........2/14/04* 3,257 ...... vs. syracuse .......................2/28/09 3,252 ...... vs. st. John’s ......................1/24/09 3,178 ...... vs. george washington ......2/8/92* 3,167 ...... vs. connecticut ..................1/10/09 3,104 ...... vs. connecticut ..................1/26/97 3,093 ...... vs. rutgers .........................1/29/08 2,794 ...... vs. st. bonaventure ..........1/11/92* 2,606 ...... vs. pitt ...............................2/13/08 2,604 ...... vs. connecticut ....................1/7/04 2,597 ...... vs. st. Joseph’s .................1/23/93* 2,597 ...... vs. rutgers ...........................3/6/92 2,558 ..... vs. villanova ....................2/23/08* 2,550 ...... vs. st. Joseph’s ...................2/2/91* 2,542 ...... vs. notre dame ..................1/13/08 16,294 .... at connecticut .....................3/4/03 16,294 .... at connecticut ...................2/20/01 12,411 .... at tennessee ....................12/20/06 10,677 .... vs. tennessee .................11/21/07# 10,654 .... vs. rutgers ........................3/8/04^ 10,128 .... vs. connecticut .................3/7/06@ 10,167 .... at connecticut .....................3/2/04 10,167 .... at connecticut .....................2/4/06 10,027 .... at connecticut ...................1/10/98 10,027 .... at connecticut ...................1/12/00 9,722 ...... vs. villanova .....................3/7/04^ 9,636 ...... vs. st. John’s .....................3/6/04^ 9,633 ...... at new mexico ................ 3/22/08& 9,448 ...... at connecticut .....................1/9/08 8,871 ...... at southwest missouri state ...3/31/05 8,581 ...... vs. notre dame .................3/6/05^ 8,268 ...... vs. clemson .......................3/21/92 8,241 ...... at connecticut ...................12/7/95 8,307 ...... vs. depaul ..........................2/16/08 8,159 ...... at ohio state................... 3/20/04& ^big east tournament game @ big east championship game *doubleheader with wvu men & ncaa tournament game # charleston, w.va.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info All-Time scores 1973-74 (4-10) 59-55 ................ w .............................west libertY 40-44 .................l.......................................... at pitt 45-55 .................l.......................... at morris harvey 32-44 .................l...................................marshall 36-49 .................l...................................... at salem 30-32 .................l.................................. seton hill 37-47 .................l......................................... salem 53-61 .................l..........................fairmont state 42-38 ................ w ........................... at west liberty 34-55 .................l.........................at fairmont state state tournament (4th) 37-33 ................ w ........................................ salem 24-49 .................l..........................fairmont state 42-40 ................ w ................. west virginia state 45-55 .................l..........................morris harveY 1974-75 (13-4) 72-38 ................ w ........................... at west liberty 57-81 .................l............................................. pitt 65-52 ................ w ...........at west virginia wesleyan 53-61 .................l.................................. at marshall 69-54 ................ w .........................morris harveY 50-46 ................ w ................................ at shepherd 83-36 ................ w ........................................ salem 74-26 ................ w ................................. seton hill 65-54 ................ w ..................................... at salem 70-49 ................ w ........................at fairmont state 67-50 ................ w .............................west libertY 71-46 ................ w .................................... concord 72-63 ................ w .........................fairmont state state tournament (3rd) 81-35 ................ w .........................fairmont state 57-51 ................ w .................................... concord 52-75 .................l...................................marshall 49-81 .................l..........................morris harveY 1975-76 (13-6) 74-49 ................ w ........................... at west liberty 41-73 .................l.......................................... at pitt 48-50 .................l...................................marshall 69-50 ................ w ..................at west virginia state 49-70 .................l.......................... at morris harvey 82-53 ................ w .................................. shepherd 45-44 ................ w .............................at indiana, pa. 79-54 ................ w ..................................... at salem 69-53 ................ w ........................at fairmont state 97-27 ................ w ..........west virginia wesleYan 76-53 ................ w .........................fairmont state 102-53 .............. w ........................................ salem 103-62 .............. w .............................west libertY 84-58 ................ w .................................. at concord state tournament (2nd) 77-39 ................ w .................................. shepherd 88-67 ................ w ...........................davis & elkins 68-69 .................l...................................marshall aiaW Midwest regional 64-90 .................l.....................central michigan 48-62 .................l................. wisconsin-oshkosh 1976-77 (19-7) pittsburgh invitational d3 .....48-95 .......l............................. edinboro state d4 .....69-104 .....l................................... penn state d5 .....57-91 .......l......................... east stroudsburg d6 .....86-43 ...... w ..........west virginia wesleYan indiana invitational d10 ...73-55 ...... w ................................... duquesne d11 ...67-54 ...... w .............................at indiana, pa. J6 ......90-48 ...... w ........................at fairmont state J8 ......60-71 .......l............................................. pitt J12 ....47-88 .......l...........................at slippery rock J14 ....44-52 .......l........................at pitt-Johnstown J17 ....53-43 ...... w ................................. at marshall J21 ....96-30 ...... w .........................fairmont state J24 ....77-42 ...... w ............................... at duquesne J26 ....90-54 ...... w ................................ at shepherd f5 ......70-44 ...... w ...................at Youngstown state f7 ......76-46 ...... w ........................................ salem f10 ....74-35 ...... w ............... alderson-broaddus f11 ....87-58 ...... w ...............................indiana, pa. f12 ....71-57 ...... w .........................morris harveY f17 ....64-51 ...... w ..................................... at salem f18 ....83-35 ...... w .................................... concord f24 ....90-66 ...... w ...........................davis & elkins state tournament (1st) m3 ....77-45 ...... w ..........west virginia wesleYan m4 ....79-70 ...... w ..................................marshall m5 ....67-66 ...... w .........................morris harveY aiaW Midwest regional m10 ...58-67 .......l................. wisconsin-oshkosh 1977-78 (18-9) pittsburgh invitational d3 .....56-55 ...... w ............................ edinboro state d4 .....60-65 .......l.................................... cincinnati d6 .....92-75 ...... w ..........west virginia wesleYan indiana invitational d9 .....58-59 .......l..............................at indiana, pa. d10 ...101-54 .... w ............................. robert morris J5 ......89-82 ...... w ........................... slipperY rock J7 ......67-70 .......l.......................................... at pitt J11 ....62-89 .......l.................................. ohio state J18 ....51-50 ...... w ................................. at marshall J21 ....65-90 .......l..........................edinboro state J23 ....78-49 ...... w ..................................duQuesne J25 ....77-64 ...... w ......................... at davis & elkins J27 ....67-69 .......l........................... at trenton state J28 ....64-75 .......l.........................at st. francis, n.Y. Wvu invitational f3 ......78-60 ...... w ................................. kent state f4 ......73-54 ...... w .................. Youngstown state f8 ......92-90+ ... w ....................... pitt-Johnstown f10 ....83-76 ...... w ................................. villanova f11 ....59-55 ...... w .............................at indiana, pa. f13 ....89-39 ...... w .................................... concord f15 ....52-40 ...... w .................at alderson-broaddus f18 ....87-83 ...... w .........................morris harveY f20 ....73-62 ...... w ..................................marshall f22 ....75-72 ...... w ............................ virginia tech state tournament (2nd) f28 ....65-74 .......l...................................marshall m1 ....68-56 ...... w ..................................marshall aiaW Midwest regional m9 ....58-81 .......l.................................. ohio state 1978-79 (9-16) 74-57 ................ w ...........................trenton state 70-77 .................l........................ pitt-Johnstown 71-77 .................l...............................slippery rock 40-78 .................l................................. indiana, pa. 72-68 ................ w ......................west chester state 48-67 .................l....................at Youngstown state 70-73 .................l...........................at slippery rock 85-82 ................ w ..................................marshall 65-73 .................l................................ at duquesne 69-79 .................l........................at pitt-Johnstown 64-57 ................ w ...........at west virginia wesleyan 50-74 .................l................................at ohio state 88-49 ................ w ...........................davis & elkins 64-71 .................l..................................at villanova 79-76 ................ w ....................................at lasalle 70-72 .................l............................... at charleston 66-54 ................ w ................................. at marshall 76-65 ................ w ........................... towson state 78-80 .................l............................morgan state 67-69 .................l............................................. pitt 78-70 ................ w ...............................indiana, pa. 51-62 .................l..........................edinboro state 59-63 .................l............................ slipperY rock 61-73 .................l............................ at virginia tech 53-61 .................l................................at kent state 1979-80 (10-19) james Madison invitational n16 ...61-69 .......l........................at James madison n17 ...56-95 .......l............................. north carolina Morgan state invitational n23 ...61-87 .......l..........................mount st. mary’s n24 ...90-78 ...... w ...................... hampton institute pittsburgh invitational d7 .....54-73 .......l................................... penn state d8 .....39-72 .......l.........................................dayton d9 .....69-60 ...... w ..............................slippery rock d10 ...79-46 ...... w ..........west virginia wesleYan d12 ...97-65 ...... w ..........................california, pa. d15 ...79-70 ...... w ....................................at ohio u. 1973-2009 wvU’S FIRST wOMEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM 142
  • 143w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo J2 ......75-76 .......l...................................... marshall J4 ......56-67 .......l........................... east carolina J5 ......81-70 ...... w ........................... slipperY rock J7 ......70-75 .......l................. george washington J9 ......67-80 .......l.......................................... at pitt J12 ....54-64 .......l.................................. kent state J16 ....67-85 .......l..................................penn state J23 ....79-95 .......l............................... at charleston J24 ....72-84 .......l.................................. at marshall J26 ....76-64 ...... w ....................... pitt-Johnstown J30 ....63-79 .......l................................ at cincinnati f2 ......89-65 ...... w ..................................duQuesne f6 ......73-77 .......l..........................edinboro state f9 ......51-90 .......l....................................at rutgers f11 ....71-78 .......l......................... at massachusetts f17 ....81-77 ...... w ................................. villanova f20 ....67-71 .......l............................. virginia tech f27 ....69-81 .......l................... Youngstown state f29 ....88-86* .... w .............................at indiana, pa. 1980-81 (15-18) n18 ...75-84 .......l........................at pitt-Johnstown n21 ...69-97 .......l..................... at eastern kentucky d2 .....59-91 .......l..................................at villanova pittsburgh invitational d5 .....79-86 .......l......................................... depaul d6 .....79-100 .....l....................... Youngstown state d7 .....101-91 .... w ............................ edinboro state d10 ...85-71 ...... w ....................................... ohio u. d13 ...67-74 .......l................................ virginia tech d15 ...95-65 ...... w ................................. at marshall d20 ...67-79 .......l..................................marYland hurricane classic d27 ...64-81 .......l........................western michigan d28 ...87-89 .......l...................................miami, fla. d29 ...95-51 ...... w ....................................mcmaster d30 ...95-93 .......l.................................... mt. mercy J6 ......79-57 ...... w .........................James madison J7 ......67-78 .......l................... Youngstown state J10 ....90-62 ...... w ............................ steubenville J12 ....89-85 ...... w ...........at west virginia wesleyan J14 ....67-78 .......l............................................. pitt J21 ....76-106 .....l............................at east carolina J24 ....95-83 ...... w ...............................indiana, pa. J25 ....90-80 ...... w ..........................at slippery rock J28 ....90-88 ...... w ...............................charleston J31 ....60-92 .......l............................... at penn state f4 ......74-81 .......l......................... at edinboro state f7 ......86-83 ...... w .......................................temple f9 ......70-66 ...... w ............................... at duquesne f11 ....66-86 .......l................................at kent state f14 ....48-83 .......l......................................rutgers f18 ....69-70 .......l................. at george washington f19 ....59-80 .......l....................................at howard f25 ....88-64 ...... w ..................................marshall f26 ....92-89 ...... w ......................... at california, pa. 1981-82 (20-11) n19 ...99-59 ...... w ..........west virginia wesleYan n22 ...62-81 .......l.................................at maryland n28 ...65-73 .......l.....................eastern kentuckY n30 ...82-67 ...... w .........................edinboro state d1 .....85-74 ...... w ................................. kent state d5 .....70-61 ...... w ..................................marshall d7 .....81-84 .......l................................indiana, pa. d9 .....81-47 ...... w ......................... robert morris d12 ...101-49 .... w ........................ glenville state d15 ...58-56 ...... w ................................. cincinnati hurricane classic d28 ...54-77 .......l.............................. northwestern d29 ...61-60 ...... w ........................................ mercer d30 ...63-64 .......l...............................georgia state J2 ......82-81+ ... w ........................... at virginia tech J6 ......68-81 .......l.................................. ohio state J9 ......71-56 ...... w .............................. new meXico J13 ....65-52 ...... w ...................at Youngstown state J18 ....81-79 ...... w .................................penn state J20 ....77-56 ...... w ..................................duQuesne husky classic J22 ....62-50 ...... w ............................ at connecticut J23 ....54-55 .......l.................................. monmouth J24 ....59-53 ...... w ....................... pitt-Johnstown J27 ....43-75 .......l.......................................... at pitt f1 ......73-53 ...... w ......................... at davis & elkins f4 ......68-84 .......l.....................................at temple f8 ......83-94 .......l............................... at charleston f13 ....79-89 .......l....................................at rutgers f18 ....75-67 ...... w .....................................howard f20 ....80-57 ...... w ..................................marshall f25 ....73-69* .... w ................ george washington f27 ....79-68 ...... w .......................at James madison 1982-83 (17-12) n22 ...70-93 .......l................................ at tennessee lady flash holiday classic n27 ...61-65 .......l........................................ arizona n28 ...75-60 ...... w ...............................at kent state d1 .....89-82 ...... w .................. Youngstown state d4 .....87-58 ...... w ..................................marshall d7 .....131-44 .... w ...............................indiana, pa. d10 ...47-74 .......l.......................... at old dominion rhode island jacob’s Best classic d28 ...42-70 .......l..................... district of columbia d29 ...61-63 .......l........................................bishops d30 ...59-58 ...... w ................................. st. Joseph’s J5 ......99-52 ...... w .........................James madison J8 ......50-52 .......l........................................temple J13 ....64-49 ...... w ................................. at marshall J15 ....71-66 ...... w ............................ virginia tech J17 ....67-55 ...... w ........................ at glenville state J19 ....63-76 .......l................................ at cincinnati J22 ....84-66 ...... w ............................................ pitt J26 ....68-81 .......l........................at pitt-Johnstown J29 ....52-66 .......l................................at seton hall J31 ....50-40 ...... w ................ at george washington f2 ......48-117 .....l............................... at penn state f7 ......83-57 ...... w ......................................detroit f12 ....86-60 ...... w ...............................charleston f14 ....75-62 ...... w ......................... at robert morris f23 ....102-34 .... w ........ washington & Jefferson f28 ....85-87* .....l......................................rutgers m2 ....75-46 ...... w ..................................duQuesne atlantic 10 tournament m4 ....78-66 ...... w ............................... st. Joseph’s m5 ....55-73 .......l..................................penn state 1983-84 (17-12) n19 ...47-52 .......l....................................tennessee n26 ...59-56 ...... w ............................. at st. Joseph’s n29 ...80-52 ...... w ........................................akron n30 ...52-77 .......l................................at ohio state d3 .....76-65 ...... w ................................. at marshall d7 .....79-37 ...... w ................................. kent state d10 ...66-61 ...... w ....................................at ohio u. south florida tournament d16 ...86-78 ...... w ............................... georgia tech d17 ...69-62 ...... w .......................tennessee-martin d18 ...49-50 .......l.............. tennessee-chattanooga J5 ......75-68 ...... w ................ george washington J7 ......108-42 .... w ............... alderson-broaddus J13 ....62-73 .......l............................ at virginia tech J15 ....47-43 ...... w .......................at James madison J18 ....61-77 .......l.......................................... at pitt coca-cola classic J20 ....68-78 .......l............................... at penn state J21 ....62-83 .......l.......................................cheyney J26 ....73-49 ...... w ......................... robert morris J28 ....78-73 ...... w ....................................at temple J30 ....81-62 ...... w .............................. at charleston f2 ......75-70 ...... w .................................penn state f11 ....66-75 .......l............................at rhode island f16 ....85-67 ...... w ..................................duQuesne f18 ....77-64 ...... w ........................ massachusetts f21 ....75-77 .......l....................at Youngstown state f25 ....54-61 .......l....................................at rutgers f28 ....59-96 .......l............................... at penn state atlantic 10 tournament m2 ....73-65 ...... w ........................ massachusetts m3 ....62-81 .......l..................................penn state 1984-85 (20-10) n23 ...87-64 ...... w ......................... vs. indiana state n24 ...63-70 .......l..................................at kentucky n28 ...62-57 ...... w ......................................at akron d1 .....70-51 ...... w ...............................at kent state d3 .....78-71 ...... w ..................................marshall d5 .....77-63 ...... w ............................................ pitt dial classic d7 .....73-67 ...... w ......................................... baylor d8 .....72-84 .......l............................... at mississippi d19 ...84-69 ...... w .................. Youngstown state Mountaineer christmas classic d21 ...110-82 .... w .................................. charleston d22 ...92-79 ...... w ..................................... marshall comuniplex holiday classic d28 ...67-93 .......l............... middle tennessee state d29 ...109-76 .... w ......................................... Xavier J12 ....59-61 .......l................................ at tennessee J14 ....90-71 ...... w ............................... at duquesne J20 ....66-62 ...... w ................ at george washington J24 ....104-66 .... w .......................cleveland state J26 ....86-81+ ... w .......................................temple J30 ....74-56 ...... w ......................... at robert morris f2 ......73-84 .......l............................... at penn state f7 ......53-51 ...... w ............................... st. Joseph’s f9 ......58-51 ...... w ............................rhode island f16 ....74-95 .......l..................................penn state f21 ....63-60 ...... w ........................ at massachusetts f23 ....69-72 .......l........................................rutgers atlantic 10 tournament f28 ....70-60* .... w ........................ massachusetts f29 ....69-94 .......l..................................penn state Women’s nit m21 ..57-69 ....... l............................ louisiana state m22 ..71-75 .......l.......................cal state-fullerton m23 ..62-60 ...... w .....................................montana 1985-86 (12-17) n23 ...79-74* .... w ........................................akron n25 ...61-59 ...... w ............................rhode island d3 .....68-64 ...... w ......................................... at pitt louisiana tech dial classic d6 .....81-82 .......l........................................... drake d7 .....55-75 .......l.................................illinois state d10 ...72-90 .......l.................................. at marshall orange Bowl classic d29 ...66-86 .......l................................... mississippi d30 ...47-70 .......l................................... penn state d31 ...71-73 .......l........................... san diego state J4 ......58-74 .......l.................................. tennessee J7 ......49-95 .......l....................western kentuckY J11 ....67-61 ...... w ........................ at massachusetts J13 ....54-68 .......l............................at rhode island J18 ....50-54 .......l................................ at duquesne J19 ....54-65 .......l................. at george washington J23 ....65-66 .......l............................... at penn state J25 ....67-50 ...... w .......................cleveland state J29 ....54-66 .......l......................................rutgers f1 ......78-66 ...... w .......................................temple f3 ......62-77 .......l.............................. at st. Joseph’s f8 ......72-71 ...... w .................................penn state
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info f10 ....75-73* .... w ....................................at temple f13 ....85-54 ...... w ..................................duQuesne f15 ....76-63 ...... w ................ george washington f20 ....67-61 ...... w ........................ massachusetts f22 ....65-85 .......l....................................at rutgers m1 ....64-70 .......l................................ st. Joseph’s atlantic 10 tournament m5 ....74-68 ...... w .......................................temple m6 ....56-57 .......l......................................rutgers 1986-87 (14-15) n29 ...95-68 ...... w ........................................ salem d1 .....63-53 ...... w ......................................at akron d3 .....61-56 ...... w ............................................. pitt d4 .....73-65 ...... w .................................. stanford d6 .....85-82 ...... w ..................................marshall d13 ...69-92 .......l.......................... at old dominion Buckeye classic d19 ...60-75 .......l................................at ohio state d20 ...59-81 .......l............................ tennessee tech J3 ......57-82 .......l....................................at rutgers J5 ......64-83 .......l.............................. at st. Joseph’s J8 ......72-89 .......l..................................penn state J10 ....80-72 ...... w .......................st. bonaventure J15 ....64-60 ...... w ....................................at temple J17 ....57-72 .......l................. at george washington J19 ....76-77* .....l......................... massachusetts J24 ....69-60 ...... w ............................rhode island J31 ....63-59 ...... w ............................... at duquesne f5 ......59-60 .......l....................... at st. bonaventure f7 ......55-84 .......l............................... at penn state f9 ......78-95 .......l......................................rutgers f12 ....70-67 ...... w ................ george washington f14 ....77-73 ...... w .......................................temple f19 ....62-65 .......l......................... at massachusetts f21 ....73-53 ...... w ...........................at rhode island f24 ....60-90 .......l................................ st. Joseph’s f28 ....89-79 ...... w ..................................duQuesne m1 ....67-70 .......l....................western kentuckY atlantic 10 tournament m4 ....61-51 ...... w ............................rhode island m6 ....74-83 .......l............................... at penn state 1987-88 (14-14) n28 ...84-68 ...... w ................................. kent state n30 ...72-67 ...... w ................................. at marshall lady seminole classic d4 .....65-54 ...... w ................alabama-birmingham d5 .....58-68* .....l............................ at florida state d7 .....84-70 ...... w ........................................akron d11 ...75-92 .......l................................at vanderbilt d13 ...60-88 .......l....................at western kentucky d19 ...64-89 .......l............................ old dominion d21 ...73-64 ...... w .......................st. bonaventure d30 ...63-62 ...... w ............................................ pitt J2 ......80-69 ...... w ............................... at duquesne J7 ......53-75 .......l....................................at rutgers J9 ......58-69 .......l.............................. at st. Joseph’s J14 ....70-72 .......l......................... massachusetts J16 ....49-51 .......l.............................rhode island J21 ....72-62 ...... w ....................................at temple J23 ....95-97+ ....l................. at george washington J30 ....66-50 ...... w .................................penn state f6 ......75-58 ...... w ..................................duQuesne f8 ......65-82 .......l............................... at penn state f11 ....56-82 .......l................................ st. Joseph’s f13 ....73-78 .......l......................................rutgers f18 ....67-52 ...... w ...........................at rhode island f20 ....68-59 ...... w ........................ at massachusetts f25 ....59-65 .......l................. george washington f27 ....77-67 ...... w .......................................temple m1 ....54-46 ...... w ...................... at st. bonaventure atlantic 10 tournament m7 ....49-84 .......l............................... at penn state 1988-89 (24-8) sooner classic n25 ...75-66 ...... w .....................................alabama n26 ...83-65 ...... w ...................................oklahoma n29 ...90-78 ...... w ...............................at kent state dial soap classic d2 .....70-64 ...... w .............................................rice d3 .....89-75 ...... w .............................. arizona state d10 ...65-74 .......l.......................................at akron d18 ...69-67* .... w ...................western kentuckY d30 ...67-63 ...... w ............................................ pitt J3 ......81-76* .... w .................................penn state J7 ......88-71 ...... w ............................... at duquesne J12 ....70-91 .......l......................................rutgers J14 ....66-78 .......l................................ st. Joseph’s J19 ....76-58 ...... w ...........................at rhode island J21 ....72-64 ...... w ........................ at massachusetts J26 ....86-61 ...... w .......................st. bonaventure J28 ....72-54 ...... w ................ george washington J30 ....54-72 .......l........................................temple f2 ......61-70 .......l............................... at penn state f4 ......90-83 ...... w ...................... at st. bonaventure f9 ......77-42 ...... w ..................................marshall f11 ....83-76 ...... w ..................................duQuesne f16 ....59-78 .......l....................................at rutgers f18 ....68-84 .......l.............................. at st. Joseph’s f23 ....62-61 ...... w ........................ massachusetts f25 ....85-71 ...... w ............................rhode island m2 ....80-78 ...... w ....................................at temple m4 ....66-64 ...... w ................ at george washington atlantic 10 tournament m8 ....76-64 ...... w .............................. at penn state m9 ....76-59 ...... w ................................. st. Joseph’s m11 ..63-54 ...... w ........................................temple ncaa tournament m15 ..66-57 ...... w ...................at western kentucky m19 ..68-81 .......l.................................... at virginia 1989-90 (19-10) n26 ...57-68 .......l........................................at ucla n27 ...79-72 ...... w ............................. at pepperdine d9 .....73-61 ...... w ....................... vs. texas christian d10 ...70-74 .......l............................. at wake forest d17 ...53-61 .......l....................at western kentucky d19 ...91-58 ...... w ........................................akron d22 ...80-65 ...... w ......................................... at pitt J3 ......76-55 ...... w .........................at george mason J6 ......81-39 ...... w ..................................marshall J11 ....79-78 ...... w .......................................temple J13 ....67-76 .......l................................ st. Joseph’s J18 ....71-87 .......l......................................rutgers J20 ....87-73 ...... w ........................ at massachusetts J22 ....82-69 ...... w ...........................at rhode island J25 ....80-67 ...... w .......................st. bonaventure J27 ....71-73 .......l..................................penn state J29 ....84-71 ...... w ................ george washington f1 ......65-50 ...... w ............................... at duquesne f3 ......64-96 .......l............................... at penn state f8 ......66-64 ...... w ...................... at st. bonaventure f11 ....81-53 ...... w ..................................duQuesne f15 ....64-80 .......l....................................at rutgers f17 ....63-51 ...... w ................ at george washington f22 ....77-51 ...... w ............................rhode island f24 ....85-55 ...... w ........................ massachusetts m1 ....60-80 .......l.............................. at st. Joseph’s m3 ....72-70 ...... w ....................................at temple atlantic 10 tournament m5 ....85-76 ...... w .......................................temple m6 ....66-87 .......l.................................. st. Joseph’s 1990-91 (17-12) lady techster dial soap classic n30 ...66-71 .......l............................. louisiana tech d1 .....91-85* .... w ................................ wake forest d5 .....63-70 .......l.................................. at marshall d8 .....62-63 .......l....................western kentuckY d17 ...69-59 ...... w ..........................george mason d20 ...84-80 ...... w ........................... at virginia tech Boilermaker classic d29 ...85-79 ...... w ......................... northern illinois d30 ...59-89 .......l.........................................purdue J5 ......79-62 ...... w .......................at south alabama J10 ....76-53 ...... w ............................rhode island J12 ....92-35 ...... w ........................ massachusetts J14 ....105-50 .... w ..................................duQuesne J17 ....77-95 .......l....................................at rutgers J19 ....67-69 .......l................. at george washington J24 ....85-64 ...... w ...................... at st. bonaventure J26 ....60-106 .....l............................... at penn state J31 ....67-72 .......l........................................temple f2 ......82-63 ...... w ............................... st. Joseph’s f4 ......76-54 ...... w .......................st. bonaventure f7 ......84-47 ...... w ........................ at massachusetts f9 ......81-56 ...... w ...........................at rhode island f14 ....69-73 .......l................. george washington f16 ....67-74 .......l.............................. at st. Joseph’s f21 ....80-49 ...... w ............................... at duquesne f23 ....60-77 .......l..................................penn state f28 ....89-78 ...... w .....................................rutgers m2 ....69-67 ...... w .......................................temple atlantic 10 tournament m4 ....92-83 ...... w .......................................temple m6 ....66-109 .....l................................... penn state THE 1978-79 wvU SqUAD wON 18 GAMES AND ADvANCED TO THE AIAw MIDwEST REGIONAL 144
  • 145w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 1991-92 (26-4) virginia cavalier classic n22 ...80-75 ...... w ........................................ florida n23 ...63-92 .......l.................................... at virginia indiana full-o-pep classic d6 .....77-45 ...... w ....................................evansville d7 .....81-77 ...... w ................................... at indiana d15 ...84-85 .......l....................at western kentucky d21 ...91-63 ...... w ............................................ pitt J2 ......83-75 ...... w ...................... at st. bonaventure J5 ......94-46 ...... w ........................south alabama J9 ......93-57 ...... w ............................... st. Joseph’s J11 ....93-51 ...... w .......................st. bonaventure J14 ....85-49 ...... w ........................................Xavier J16 ....71-54 ...... w ....................................at temple J18 ....71-61 ...... w ............................. at st. Joseph’s J22 ....89-73 ...... w ................. marshall (charleston) J26 ....81-60 ...... w ..................................arkansas J30 ....94-69 ...... w ........................ at massachusetts f1 ......87-73 ...... w ...........................at rhode island f4 ......73-56 ...... w ..................................duQuesne f8 ......80-61 ...... w ................ george washington f13 ....100-58 .... w ........................ massachusetts f15 ....95-75 ...... w ............................rhode island f17 ....71-69 ...... w ...................................at rutgers f22 ....100-34 .... w ......................... robert morris f24 ....61-60 ...... w ................ at george washington f29 ....81-65 ...... w ............................... at duquesne m5 ....87-56 ...... w .......................................temple m7 ....88-65 ...... w .....................................rutgers atlantic 10 tournament m12 ..62-63 .......l.................................... duquesne ncaa tournament m22 ..73-72 ...... w ....................................clemson m26 ..83-103 .....l.................................... at virginia 1992-93 (12-16) d1 .....72-92 .......l................... Youngstown state arkansas dial classic d4 .....59-75 .......l.......................................... butler d5 .....86-80 ...... w .................................north texas d8 .....68-99 .......l...................................... at Xavier amana-iowa hawkeye classic d11 ...44-74 .......l........................................ at iowa d12 ...63-73 .......l......................................kentucky d19 ...75-68 ...... w .......................st. bonaventure d21 ...64-106 .....l..................................... at kansas d29 ...73-60 ...... w ..................................richmond J2 ......68-80 .......l....................................at rutgers J5 ......59-66 .......l.......................................florida J11 ....99-72 ...... w ......................... at robert morris J16 ....77-95 .......l....................... at st. bonaventure J20 ....82-71 ...... w ................ george washington J23 ....67-83 .......l................................ st. Joseph’s J25 ....72-55 ...... w .......................................temple J28 ....78-74 ...... w ...........................at rhode island J30 ....68-76 .......l......................... at massachusetts f4 ......90-80 ...... w ..................................duQuesne f6 ......67-51 ...... w ........................ massachusetts f13 ....61-87 .......l................. at george washington f17 ....81-92 .......l.................. marshall (charleston) f20 ....75-76 .......l......................................rutgers f27 ....87-80 ...... w ............................rhode island m4 ....61-77 .......l.............................. at st. Joseph’s m6 ....78-71* .... w ....................................at temple atlantic 10 tournament m11 ..68-56 ...... w ............................ massachusetts m12 ..66-71 .......l........................................rutgers 1993-94 (8-19) colorado coors classic n26 ...47-105 .....l................................. washington n27 ...72-68 ...... w ................................weber state n30 ...96-75 ...... w ...................at Youngstown state d9 .....75-61 ...... w ......................... robert morris d21 ...57-69 .......l........................................... iowa auburn dial classic d29 ...63-67 .......l............................... northeastern d30 ...59-75 .......l.......................... northern illinois J2 ......64-84 .......l....................................... kansas J4 ......75-81 .......l................................ at richmond J8 ......69-101 .....l......................................rutgers J11 ....69-70 .......l....................... at st. bonaventure J15 ....50-68 .......l................. george washington J19 ....73-66 ...... w ................. marshall (charleston) J22 ....62-52* .... w ........................ at massachusetts J24 ....51-74 .......l............................at rhode island J29 ....76-73 ...... w .......................st. bonaventure f2 ......85-98 .......l....................................at rutgers f7 ......57-68 .......l................................ at duquesne f12 ....89-91* .....l........................................temple f14 ....50-69 .......l................................ st. Joseph’s f17 ....62-68 .......l......................... massachusetts f19 ....67-45 ...... w ....................................at temple f21 ....51-60 .......l.............................. at st. Joseph’s f26 ....64-67 .......l.............................rhode island m3 ....62-94 .......l................. at george washington m5 ....72-69* .... w ..................................duQuesne atlantic 10 tournament m9 ....61-70 .......l.........................................temple 1994-95 (8-20) lady raider classic d3 .....82-92 .......l............................... wichita state d4 .....70-58 ...... w ................................... richmond d6 .....75-78 .......l................. mount saint marY’s d8 .....80-88* .....l.......................... at robert morris d17 ...75-67 ...... w .................. Youngstown state J4 ......71-100 .....l....................................at rutgers georgia southern/hampton inn classic J6 ......63-78 .......l.......................................... drexel J7 ......80-69 ...... w ........................................liberty J10 ....70-86 .......l.............................rhode island J12 ....58-73 .......l................................ st. Joseph’s J18 ....72-87 .......l.................. marshall (charleston) J21 ....73-90 .......l................................ at duquesne J23 ....54-98 .......l..................................... at florida J26 ....57-87 .......l................. george washington J28 ....71-69 ...... w .......................................temple f2 ......64-89 .......l......................... at massachusetts f4 ......68-85 .......l............................at rhode island f8 ......85-74 ...... w .......................st. bonaventure f11 ....59-64 .......l.............................. at st. Joseph’s f13 ....72-45 ...... w ....................................at temple f16 ....65-86 .......l......................................rutgers f18 ....72-93 .......l................. at george washington f21 ....68-77 .......l...................................duQuesne f23 ....85-72 ...... w ...................... at st. bonaventure f25 ....70-71 .......l......................... massachusetts m1 ....66-82 .......l............................. virginia tech atlantic 10 tournament m8 ....62-61 ...... w ............................ massachusetts m9 ....69-89 .......l........................................rutgers 1995-96 (12-15) kentucky invitational n24 ...77-71 .......l..........................................toledo n25 ...80-58 ...... w ............................... nc-asheville d2 .....65-75 .......l......................... boston college d7 .....47-79 .......l............................. at connecticut d10 ...98-68 ...... w ......................... robert morris d16 ...97-91 ...... w ...................at Youngstown state d18 ...64-84 .......l........................................... duke d21 ...69-89 .......l................................ at duquesne d30 ...86-62 ...... w .....................at mount st. mary’s J2 ......82-92 .......l.............................at georgetown J4 ......73-65 ...... w ............................................ pitt J6 ......75-63 ...... w ...................................at rutgers J10 ....61-75 .......l..................................at villanova J13 ....77-82 .......l.........................at boston college J18 ....76-71 ...... w ................. marshall (charleston) J21 ....63-57 ...... w ...................................st. John’s J25 ....58-77 .......l...................................... at miami J28 ....84-87 .......l..............................georgetown J31 ....79-82 .......l.......................................... at pitt f3 ......67-50 ...... w ................................ seton hall f8 ......69-88 .......l..........................................miami f10 ....87-81 ...... w ............................... providence f13 ....37-82 .......l.............................. connecticut f21 ....86-68 ...... w ................................. at syracuse f24 ....71-66 ...... w .................................at st. John’s f26 ....55-73 .......l................................notre dame Big east tournament m2 ....78-95 .......l...................................... syracuse 1996-97 (19-12) n23 ...81-88 .......l................... Youngstown state n25 ...90-82 ...... w ........................at bowling green n27 ...70-84 .......l........................................ at duke n30 ...85-79 ...... w ..................................duQuesne d4 .....81-77 ...... w ..............................at providence d7 .....74-59 ...... w ...............................at seton hall d14 ...97-79 ...... w ......................... at robert morris d17 ...86-78 ...... w ................. marshall (charleston) paradise classic d20 ...54-73 .......l..................................... at hawaii d21 ...77-60 ...... w .............. middle tennessee state d22 ...85-75 ...... w ......................................missouri d30 ...96-91 ...... w ........................................... ohio J2 ......93-69 ...... w ................................. at syracuse J4 ......65-56 ...... w .....................................rutgers J7 ......68-46 ...... w ................................. villanova J9 ......58-103 .....l............................. at notre dame J15 ....73-70 ...... w ...................................st. John’s J19 ....66-73 .......l.........................at boston college J22 ....75-70 ...... w .........................................miami J26 ....54-91 .......l.............................. connecticut J29 ....79-94 .......l.............................at georgetown f2 ......72-83 .......l....................................sYracuse f6 ......53-59 .......l..................................at villanova f9 ......95-86 ...... w ......................................... at pitt f12 ....81-70 ...... w ................................ seton hall f16 ....62-57 ...... w ...................................at rutgers f18 ....60-68 .......l............................ at wright state f22 ....81-73 ...... w ............................... providence f25 .... 67-80 .......l................................notre dame Big east m1 ....73-66 ...... w ...................................seton hall m2 ....60-79 .......l.................................georgetown 1997-98 (12-16) n16 ...69-51 ...... w ............................ wright state n19 ...86-96 .......l....................at Youngstown state n23 ...58-59 .......l.................................... at virginia n29 ...61-51 ...... w ............................ at wake forest d6 .....45-64 .......l.........................at boston college d13 ...84-72 ...... w .........................bowling green d16 ...74-80 .......l.................................. ohio state d20 ...85-73 ...... w ........................................at ohio d31 ...72-74* .....l...................................... at miami J3 ......74-65 ...... w .............................georgetown J6 ......65-43 ...... w ...................................st. John’s J8 ......65-50 ...... w ............................................ pitt J10 ....74-94 .......l............................. at connecticut J14 ....78-86 .......l............................. at notre dame J17 ....93-99* .....l....................................sYracuse J21 ....103-92 .... w ..............................at providence J25 ....59-55 ...... w ................................. villanova J28 ....61-86 .......l................................at seton hall
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info J31 ....86-61 ...... w ......................................... at pitt f4 ......68-85 .......l.............................. connecticut f7 ......63-76 .......l......................................rutgers f14 ....66-79 .......l.............................at georgetown f16 ....63-68 .......l.................. marshall (charleston) f18 ....60-75 .......l......................... boston college f21 ....64-55 ...... w .................................at st. John’s f24 ....69-90 .......l..........................................miami Big east f28 ....67-65 ...... w ...................................seton hall m1 ....82-84 .......l................................. connecticut 1998-99 (10-17) n15 ...72-85 .......l......................................virginia n18 ...83-48 ...... w ......................... robert morris n22 ...76-91 .......l........................................at ucla n24 ...66-54 ...... w ................................ at uc-irvine n30 ...67-57 ...... w ............................. wake forest d5 .....61-57 ...... w ........virginia commonwealth d8 .....72-81 .......l......................... boston college d12 ...84-73 ...... w .............................georgetown d20 ...78-86 .......l................................at ohio state d30 ...95-100 .....l...............................at providence J2 ......71-116 .....l............................. at connecticut J5 ......56-71 .......l.................................. villanova J7 ......90-111 .....l............................. at notre dame J10 ....61-62 .......l................................. seton hall J14 ....54-73 .......l....................................at rutgers J17 ....71-82 .......l..................................at st. John’s J20 ....76-70 ...... w ...................................sYracuse J24 ....83-57 ...... w ............................................ pitt J27 ....76-60 ...... w ................. marshall (charleston) J31 ....78-70 ...... w ...............................at seton hall f3 ......73-98 .......l...................................... at miami f6 ......73-58 ...... w ............................... providence f10 ....88-102 .....l.................................. at syracuse f13 ....60-65 .......l..................................at villanova f20 ....54-89 .......l................................notre dame f23 ....59-88 .......l......................................rutgers Big east f26 ....69-86 .......l..........................................miami 1999-2000 (6-22) n19 ...63-56 ...... w ......... at virginia commonwealth terrapin classic n27 ...50-52* .....l....unc charlotte (college park, md.) n28 ...85-74 ...... w ....coppin state (college park, md.) d1 .....90-80 ...... w ......................... at robert morris d4 .....56-98 .......l..................................... at florida d8 .....64-74 .......l................................ providence tulane/doubletree classic d18 ...81-73 ...... w ..................................richmond d27 ...73-89 .......l.................. lehigh (new orleans) d28 ...75-104 .....l......................................at tulane d31 ...80-76 ...... w .......................oklahoma state J1 ......57-69 .......l....................................... libertY J5 ......54-75 .......l............................. at notre dame J8 ......54-74 .......l.......................................... at pitt J12 ....35-75 .......l............................. at connecticut J15 ....55-61 .......l....................................st. John’s J18 ....51-62 .......l.................. marshall (charleston) J22 ....49-55 .......l......................................rutgers J26 ....43-61 .......l..............................georgetown J29 ....65-63 ...... w ................................. at syracuse f2 ......49-58 .......l................................at seton hall f5 ......50-70 .......l..........................................miami f9 ......50-62 .......l.................................. villanova f12 ....55-58 .......l................................. seton hall f15 ....55-77 .......l...................................... at miami f23 ....28-100 .....l.............................. connecticut f26 ....53-68 .......l.........................at boston college f29 ....47-76 .......l.............................at georgetown Big east m4 ....53-70 .......l..... boston college (storrs, conn.) 2000-01 (5-22) n17 ...81-66 ...... w ......................... robert morris n20 ...81-65 ...... w ..................................... towson n25 ...67-78 .......l.....................................at liberty n29 ...70-96 .......l.......................................florida d2 .....73-81 .......l.. vs. western carolina (wilmington, n.c.) d3 .....62-85 .......l ....vs. ut-martin (wilmington, n.c.) d6 .....65-58 ...... w ............................................ pitt d16 ...68-85 .......l..........................James madison d19 ...65-69 .......l............................. wright state d22 ...74-84 .......l................................ at richmond d29 ...62-95 .......l....................... at oklahoma state J3 ......60-98 .......l..................................at villanova J6 ......81-63 ...... w ...................................st. John’s J9 ......72-74 .......l.... vs. marshall (charleston, w.va.) J13 ....67-75* .....l.......................................... at pitt J17 ....50-74 .......l....................................at rutgers J24 ....64-87 .......l................................notre dame J28 ....47-62 .......l................................. seton hall J31 ....64-88 .......l.............................at georgetown f2 ......54-93 .......l....................................sYracuse f7 ......68-84 .......l...................................... at miami f10 ....41-66 .......l..................................at st. John’s f14 ....53-92 .......l............................. virginia tech f17 ....79-74 ...... w ..............................at providence f20 ....34-97 .......l............................. at connecticut f24 ....53-67 .......l......................................rutgers f27 ....67-85 .......l......................... boston college 2001-02 (14-14) n16 ...77-57 ...... w ..................... mount st. marY’s n20 ...84-81* .... w ............................... at duquesne coors classic n23 ...74-85 .......l......................... at colorado state n24 ...58-72 .......l.....................................vs. toledo n28 ...90-53 ...... w ........................... at wright state d1 .....69-45 ...... w ....marYland-baltimore countY d4 .....53-69 .......l...................................... at miami d9 .....83-62 ...... w ........................................... ohio d16 ...56-74 .......l........................at James madison d20 ...64-50 ...... w ................................... at towson d30 ...89-39 ...... w ......................... robert morris J3 ......44-59 .......l..................................at villanova J8 ......57-52 ...... w .........................................miami J12 ....65-49 ...... w .....................................rutgers J16 ....62-67 .......l............................ at virginia tech J19 ....80-63 ...... w ............................................ pitt J23 ....65-37 ...... w ................................ vs. marshall J26 ....45-88 .......l.................................. villanova J30 ....51-76 .......l.........................at boston college f2 ......69-47 ...... w .................................at st. John’s f6 ......71-70* .... w .............................georgetown f10 ....52-68 .......l................................at seton hall f12 ....56-68 .......l......................... boston college f16 ....65-50 ...... w ............................... providence f19 ....63-72 .......l............................. at notre dame f23 ....46-74 .......l.................................. at syracuse f26 ....60-89 .......l.............................. connecticut Big east m2 ....60-80 .......l...................................... syracuse 2002-03 (15-13) n22 ...76-63 ...... w .....................at mount st. mary’s n25 ...77-72 ...... w ..................................at bucknell razeWv.com hoops Bash n29 ...77-26 ...... w ........................................akron n30 ...82-53 ...... w ..............................coppin state d4 .....69-38 ...... w ........................delaware state d7 .....114-45 .... w ......................... at robert morris d15 ...81-47 ...... w ........................................at ohio d18 ...71-53 ...... w ............................ wright state d21 ...79-53 ...... w ..................................duQuesne d29 ...55-43 ...... w ......................................at umkc J8 ......59-66 .......l................................notre dame J11 ....43-53 .......l.................................. villanova J15 ....61-75 .......l...............................at providence J18 ....48-55 .......l............................. virginia tech J22 ....67-63 ...... w ................................ vs. marshall J25 ....61-69 .......l.........................at boston college J29 ....50-54 .......l................................. seton hall f1 ......64-69 .......l............................. at notre dame f5 ......61-54 ...... w ............................... providence f8 ......58-78 .......l.............................at georgetown f12 ....50-65 .......l....................................at rutgers f15 ....100-84 .... w .........................................miami f19 ....61-67 .......l.......................................... at pitt f22 ....68-59 ...... w ...................................st. John’s f26 ....77-74* .... w ...................................sYracuse m1 ....64-76 .......l............................ at virginia tech m4 ....58-78 .......l............................. at connecticut Big east m8 ....60-66 .......l................................ virginia tech 2003-04 (21-11) n21 ...77-57 ...... w ...................................bucknell n23 ...82-61 ...... w .......................... east carolina paradise jam n27 ...64-82 .......l........................................ vs. sms n28 ...75-61 ...... w .......................... vs. georgia tech n29 ...89-63 ...... w ......................vs. James madison d4 .....60-38 ...... w ........................... at wright state d6 .....77-43 ...... w ......................... robert morris d14 ...56-59* .....l........................ at delaware state d16 ...57-60 .......l.......................... at northwestern d20 ...86-68 ...... w ............................... at duquesne d30 ...69-63* .... w ..........................................umkc J3 ......65-58 ...... w ............................................ pitt J7 ......57-82 .......l.............................. connecticut J10 ....50-57 .......l................................at seton hall J13 ....69-67 ...... w .................................at st. John’s J17 ....64-51 ...... w ...............................notre dame J21 ....79-53 ...... w ................................ vs. marshall J24 ....69-57 ...... w ................................. at syracuse J28 ....70-61 ...... w .............................georgetown J31 ....56-36 ...... w ......................................... at pitt f4 ......88-53 ...... w ..............................at providence f7 ......56-36 ...... w ...................................sYracuse f10 ....69-66 ...... w ............................ virginia tech f14 ....64-70 .......l......................... boston college f17 ....67-74 .......l..................................at villanova f24 ....80-71 ...... w .....................................rutgers f28 ....74-82 .......l...................................... at miami m2 ....72-100 .....l............................. at connecticut Big east m6 ....84-59 ...... w .....................................st. John’s m7 ....58-47 ...... w .....................................villanova m8 ....51-61 .......l........................................rutgers ncaa m20 ..67-73 .......l................................at ohio state 2004-05 (21-13) n19 ...67-39 ...... w ...................... unc greensboro n22 ...89-55 ...... w .........................northwestern fiu/herald thanksgiving classic n26 ...61-40 ...... w ......................... vs. wichita state n27 ...58-49 ...... w ...............at florida international d1 .....81-52 ...... w ................................ longwood d4 .....74-54 ...... w ..................................duQuesne d7 .....74-68 ...... w ..........................st. francis, pa. d11 ...67-53 ...... w ..............................coppin state d21 ...76-54 ...... w ...........................at east carolina d30 ...66-74 .......l.......at texas a&m - corpus christi J2 ......56-69 .......l......................... boston college J6 ......55-66 .......l................................at seton hall J8 ......60-45 ...... w ..............................at providence J11 ....76-82 .......l................................. vs. marshall 146
  • 147w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo J15 ....64-56 ...... w ................................ seton hall J20 ....75-76 .......l.........................at boston college J23 ....52-58 .......l..................................at villanova J26 ....81-50 ...... w ...................................sYracuse J30 ....49-70 .......l....................................at rutgers f5 ......65-71 .......l...........................at goeorgetown f8 ......84-58 ...... w ...................................st. John’s f12 ....51-52 .......l.................................. villanova f16 ....61-55 ...... w ......................................... at pitt f19 ....73-61 ...... w .............................georgetown f22 ....99-59 ...... w ............................... providence f26 ....57-82 .......l............................. at notre dame m1 ....41-71 .......l.............................. connecticut Big east m5 ....77-68 ...... w ............................................. pitt m6 ....59-70 .......l................................. notre dame postseason sportsview.tv Wnit m18 ..74-59 ...... w ........................................ maine m21 ..68-63 ...... w ...................................st. John’s m24 ..65-52 ...... w ............................. wake forest m28 ..80-75+ ... w .................................at kentucky m31 ..70-78 .......l......................................... at sms 2005-06 (15-16) ucf golden knights classic n19 ...54-57 .......l...................... vs. ut-san antonio n20 ...77-63 ...... w ......................................... at ucf n26 ...83-39 ...... w ...................................fordham n30 ...80-54 ...... w ......................... robert morris d3 .....70-72 .......l.......................at unc greensboro d10 ...79-54 ...... w ..................................at houston d17 ...77-61 ...... w ............................... at duquesne d19 ...82-39 ...... w .......................cleveland state d21 ...100-60 .... w ....................... kennesaw state J1 ......69-70* .....l...... teXas a&m - corpus christi J3 ......61-67* .....l................................at seton hall J7 ......74-52 ...... w ................................. at syracuse J10 ....99-73 ...... w ................................. louisville J14 ....65-54 ...... w .............................georgetown J18 ....59-75 .......l..................................at villanova J21 ....75-80 .......l.................................marQuette J25 ....72-58 ...... w ................................ vs. marshall J29 ....69-74 .......l..................................at st. John’s J31 ....82-70 ...... w ...................................... de paul f4 ......50-58 .......l............................. at connecticut f7 ......55-57 .......l...............................at providence f10 ....41-54 .......l......................................rutgers f15 ....46-56 .......l................................ at cincinnati f19 ....58-62 .......l............................................. pitt f22 ....58-70 .......l................................notre dame f25 ....56-66 .......l.......................................... at usf f28 ....56-69 .......l.................................. villanova Big east m4 ....54-45 ...... w .................................... louisville m5 ....55-49 ...... w .....................................st. John’s m6 ....56-40 ...... w .......................................rutgers m7 ....44-50 .......l................................. connecticut 2006-07 (21-11) Basketball traveler’s classic n12 ...25-64 .......l.......................................... at lsu n13 ...56-60 .......l........................... vs. virginia tech n14 ...84-61 ...... w ..................................vs. howard n18 ...78-30 ...... w ................................... wofford lMu/ayres thanksgiving classic n24 ...52-55 .......l.............................. vs. texas a&m n25 ...57-55 ...... w ...............................vs. american n30 ...73-47 ...... w ....................................houston d2 .....54-53 ...... w ..............................coppin state d6 .....50-74 .......l............................... at marquette d8 .....77-42 ...... w ..................................duQuesne d16 ...70-61 ...... w ....................................oakland d20 ...51-66 .......l................................ at tennessee d30 ...98-60 ...... w ..........................st. francis, pa. J2 ......44-63 .......l.............................. connecticut J6 ......64-70+ ....l..................................at villanova J9 ......74-63 ...... w .................................... at depaul J13 ....69-57 ...... w ............................... providence J16 ....79-54 ...... w ................................ seton hall J20 ....59-45 ...... w ................................. villanova J24 ....76-54 ...... w ................................ vs. marshall J27 ....69-47 ...... w ............................at georgetown J31 ....67-49 ...... w ...................................sYracuse f4 ......67-77 .......l............................. at notre dame f6 ......66-42 ...... w ...................................st. John’s f11 ....49-55 .......l....................................at rutgers f17 ....73-64 ...... w ............................................. usf f20 ....57-46 ...... w ......................................... at pitt f24 ....61-49 ...... w ................................. cincinnati f26 ....76-71* .... w ................................ at louisville Big east m4 ....56-68 .......l................................ vs. louisville ncaa tournament m17 ..65-52 ...... w .................................... vs. Xavier m19 ..43-49 .......l......................................... vs. lsu 2007-08 (25-8) n9 .....76-49 ...... w .................................... canisius n16 ...81-29 ...... w ..........................st. francis, pa. n18 ...93-52 ...... w ..................................... cornell n21 ...59-67 .......l............................... vs. tennessee rhode island invitational n23 ...65-61 ...... w ...............................vs. american n24 ...80-47 ...... w ...........................at rhode island fau holiday classic d1 .....64-37 ...... w .....................vs. st. bonaventure d2 .....74-41 ...... w ............................... vs. columbia d7 .....91-64 ...... w ............................... at duquesne d15 ...93-26 ...... w ............................presbYterian d17 ...84-65 ...... w .................................. at oakland d22 ...66-79 .......l.................................... at indiana J5 ......79-73 ...... w ......................................... at usf J9 ......48-84 .......l............................. at connecticut J13 ....56-50 ...... w ...............................notre dame J16 ....68-63 ...... w ................................marQuette J19 ....68-44 ...... w .................................at st. John’s J23 ....58-51 ...... w ................................ vs. marshall J26 ....67-35 ...... w .............................georgetown J29 ....63-54 ...... w .....................................rutgers f3 ......70-42 ...... w ...............................at seton hall f9 ......63-60 ...... w ..............................at providence f13 ....56-35 ...... w ............................................ pitt f16 ....80-81 .......l....................................... de paul f19 ....82-63 ...... w ............................... at cincinnati f23 ....76-55 ...... w ................................. villanova f26 ....75-77* .....l.......................................... at pitt m1 ....78-70 ...... w ................................. louisville m3 ....51-73 .......l.................................. at syracuse Big east m9 .... 64-42 ...... w ........................................ vs. usf m10 ..60-67 .......l................................ vs. louisville ncaa tournament m22 ..61-60 ...... w ............................ at new mexico m24 ..46-64 .......l...............................vs. vanderbilt 2008-09 (18-15) n14 ...70-31 ...... w ........ north carolina central n16 ...44-52 .......l............................................ iona n18 ...79-42 ...... w .......................... northeastern n22 ...67-49* .... w ............florida international dead river company classic n28 ...76-42 ...... w .....................vs. new Jersey tech n29 ...66-49 ...... w ....................................vs. brown d3 .....88-38 ...... w ............................. mercYhurst d7 .....59-41 ...... w ..................................duQuesne d13 ...73-77 .......l...................................... indiana d20 ...68-63 ...... w ............................at fresno state d22 ...72-54 ...... w ............................. at santa clara d30 ...76-51 ...... w ................................ longwood J4 ......63-72 .......l.......................................... at pitt J7 ......55-61 .......l.................................. cincinnati J10 ....55-85 .......l.............................. connecticut J14 ....74-65 ...... w ................................ vs. marshall J17 ....52-54 .......l..................................at villanova J20 ....44-60 .......l....................................at rutgers J24 ....63-61 ...... w ...................................st. John’s J31 ....56-74 .......l..................................... at depaul f4 ......47-55 .......l................................. seton hall f7 ......79-70 ...... w ................................ at louisville f10 ....59-50 ...... w ............................... providence f15 ....59-79 .......l............................... at marquette f18 ....73-79* .....l.............................at georgetown f21 ....90-75 ...... w ............................................. usf f24 ....60-72 .......l............................................. pitt f28 ....69-68 ...... w ...................................sYracuse m2 ....66-72 .......l............................. at notre dame Big east championship m6 ....53-48 ...... w .............................vs. providence m7 ....72-75* .....l.................................... vs. depaul Wnit tournament m19 ..70-40 ...... w ..............................coppin state m21 ..63-68 .......l....................... at st. bonaventure home: all caps away: indicated by “at” neutral: upper/lower case * - overtime + - double overtime # - triple overtime THE 1991-92 TEAM ESTABLISHED THE SCHOOL RECORD OF 26 wINS AND ADvANCED TO THE NCAA SwEET 16
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info points 1973-74 ......... leslie sergy ..................................... 131 1974-75 ......... carol mousseau ............................... 208 1975-76 ......... mary hennen ................................... 269 1976-77 ......... mary hennen ................................... 294 1977-78 ......... lisa morton ..................................... 323 1978-79 ......... mary hennen ................................... 283 1979-80 ......... Janis drummonds ............................ 467 1980-81 ......... Janis drummonds ............................ 693 1981-82 ......... cathy parson .................................... 590 1982-83 ......... cathy parson .................................... 478 1983-84 ......... olivia bradley .................................. 413 1984-85 ......... georgeann wells.............................. 445 1985-86 ......... georgeann wells.............................. 511 1986-87 ......... alexis basil ...................................... 503 1987-88 ......... Judy eaton ....................................... 407 1988-89 ......... Jenny hillen ..................................... 507 1989-90 ......... donna abbott .................................. 502 1990-91 ......... rosemary kosiorek .......................... 587 1991-92 ......... rosemary kosiorek .......................... 730 1992-93 ......... anna tillman ................................... 325 1993-94 ......... lisa szymczak .................................. 522 1994-95 ......... christie lambert .............................. 474 1995-96 ......... talisha hargis .................................. 440 1996-97 ......... talisha hargis .................................. 519 1997-98 ......... talisha hargis .................................. 410 1998-99 ......... maria tchobanova ............................ 378 1999-00 ......... brandi batch .................................... 290 2000-01 ......... kate bulger ...................................... 390 2001-02 ......... kate bulger ...................................... 432 2002-03 ......... kate bulger ...................................... 443 2003-04 ......... kate bulger ...................................... 467 2004-05 ......... meg bulger ...................................... 663 2005-06 ......... olayinka sanni ................................. 384 2006-07 ......... olayinka sanni ................................. 449 2007-08 ......... olayinka sanni ................................. 553 2008-09 ......... liz repella ....................................... 543 reBounds 1974-75 ......... leslie sergy ..................................... 142 1975-76 ......... mary hennen ................................... 253 1976-77 ......... mary hennen ................................... 238 1977-78 ......... Jean mewshaw ................................ 236 1978-79 ......... mary hennen ................................... 210 1979-80 ......... pat hovorka ..................................... 231 1980-81 ......... Janis drummonds ............................ 206 1981-82 ......... olivia bradley .................................. 282 1982-83 ......... olivia bradley .................................. 358 1983-84 ......... olivia bradley .................................. 386 1984-85 ......... olivia bradley .................................. 458 1985-86 ......... georgeann wells.............................. 348 Seasonal leaders 1986-87 ......... dionne morris .................................. 186 1987-88 ......... dionne morris .................................. 241 1988-89 ......... dionne morris .................................. 210 1989-90 ......... donna abbott .................................. 279 1990-91 ......... donna abbott .................................. 296 1991-92 ......... donna abbott .................................. 262 1992-93 ......... anna tillman ................................... 193 1993-94 ......... lisa szymczak .................................. 284 1994-95 ......... christie lambert .............................. 177 1995-96 ......... maria tchobanova ............................ 159 1996-97 ......... maria tchobanova ............................ 223 1997-98 ......... maria tchobanova ............................ 160 1998-99 ......... maria tchobanova ............................ 214 1999-00 ......... brandi batch .................................... 188 2000-01 ......... Zsofia horvath ................................. 158 2001-02 ......... eartha white ................................... 188 2002-03 ......... michelle carter ................................ 187 2003-04 ......... Janell dunlap ................................... 167 2004-05 ......... chakhia cole .................................... 248 2005-06 ......... chakhia cole .................................... 221 2006-07 ......... olayinka sanni ................................. 214 2007-08 ......... olayinka sanni ................................. 234 2008-09 ......... liz repella ....................................... 268 assists 1974-75 ......... sam booth ......................................... 35 1975-76 ......... carol mousseau ................................. 36 1976-77 ......... linda findo ........................................ 73 1977-78 ......... linda findo ........................................ 92 1978-79 ......... cindy winegar ................................... 91 1979-80 ......... cindy winegar ................................. 129 1980-81 ......... Janis drummonds ............................ 160 1981-82 ......... lisa ribble ......................................... 83 1982-83 ......... cathy parson .................................... 129 1983-84 ......... lisa ribble ....................................... 126 1984-85 ......... lisa ribble ....................................... 176 1985-86 ......... dionne morris .................................. 114 1986-87 ......... dionne morris .................................. 143 1987-88 ......... dionne morris .................................. 162 1988-89 ......... rosemary kosiorek .......................... 190 1989-90 ......... rosemary kosiorek .......................... 151 1990-91 ......... rosemary kosiorek .......................... 181 1991-92 ......... rosemary kosiorek .......................... 203 1992-93 ......... lori Quertinmont ............................... 59 1993-94 ......... christie ammons ............................... 94 1994-95 ......... christie ammons ............................. 121 1995-96 ......... christie ammons ............................. 109 1996-97 ......... christie ammons ............................. 113 1997-98 ......... mandy ronay .................................. 109 1998-99 ......... mandy ronay .................................. 133 1999-00 ......... mandy ronay .................................. 125 MEG BULGER 148
  • 149w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 2000-01 ......... darya kudryavtseva ......................... 136 2001-02 ......... Yolanda paige .................................. 153 2002-03 ......... Yolanda paige .................................. 199 2003-04 ......... Yolanda paige .................................. 253 2004-05 ......... Yolanda paige .................................. 297 2005-06 ......... ashley powell .................................. 124 2006-07 ......... ashley powell .................................. 119 2007-08 ......... ashley powell .................................. 142 2008-09 ......... ashley powell .................................. 176 3-point field goal percentages 1986-87 ......... alexis basil ..................................... .372 1987-88 ......... Judy eaton ...................................... .412 1988-89 ......... Judy eaton ...................................... .361 1989-90 ......... rosemary kosiorek ......................... .463 1990-91 ......... Jocelyn branham ............................ .447 1991-92 ......... Jocelyn branham ............................ .366 1992-93 ......... Jocelyn branham ............................ .367 1993-94 ......... shannon monahan ......................... .395 1994-95 ......... christie lambert ............................. .374 1995-96 ......... rebecca burbridge.......................... .449 1996-87 ......... christie lambert ............................. .394 1997-98 ......... rebecca burbridge.......................... .342 1998-99 ......... rebecca burbridge.......................... .430 1999-00 ......... mandy ronay ................................. .346 2000-01 ......... kate bulger ..................................... .416 2001-02 ......... kate bulger ..................................... .402 2002-03 ......... kate bulger ..................................... .470 2003-04 ......... meg bulger ..................................... .403 2004-05 ......... meg bulger ..................................... .447 2005-06 ......... meg bulger ..................................... .432 2006-07 ......... laQuita owens ............................... .341 2007-08 ......... meg bulger ..................................... .444 2008-09 ......... takisha granberry ........................... .381 field goal percentages 1974-75 ......... Jean mewshaw ............................... .545 1975-76 ......... mary hennen .................................. .426 1976-77 ......... mary hennen .................................. .465 1977-78 ......... mary hennen .................................. .500 1978-79 ......... mary hennen .................................. .513 1979-80 ......... pat hovorka .................................... .415 1980-81 ......... kaye leighton ................................. .500 1981-82 ......... susan muth .................................... .568 1982-83 ......... dana crone ..................................... .534 1983-84 ......... kaye leighton ................................. .471 1984-85 ......... kim brown ...................................... .455 1985-86 ......... alexis basil ..................................... .451 1986-87 ......... tracey slogik ................................... .524 1987-88 ......... lisa ciak.......................................... .496 1988-89 ......... donna abbott ................................. .556 1989-90 ......... rosemary kosiorek ......................... .514 1990-91 ......... donna abbott ................................. .495 1991-92 ......... rosemary kosiorek ......................... .558 1992-93 ......... christy cooper ................................ .467 1993-94 ......... lisa szymczak ................................. .505 1994-95 ......... lisa szymczak ................................. .546 1995-96 ......... lisa szymczak ................................. .507 1996-97 ......... ilse opstaele ................................... .531 1997-98 ......... adrienne beard ............................... .523 1998-99 ......... maria tchobanova ........................... .502 1999-00 ......... stephanie pannell .......................... .377 2000-01 ......... kate bulger ..................................... .412 2001-02 ......... eartha white .................................. .429 2002-03 ......... liz holbrook ................................... .473 2003-04 ......... Janell dunlap .................................. .514 2004-05 ......... sherell sowho ................................ .468 2005-06 ......... olayinka sanni ................................ .583 2006-07 ......... olayinka sanni ................................ .553 2007-08 ......... olayinka sanni ................................ .588 2008-09 ......... natalie burton ................................ .504 free throW percentage 1973-74 ......... sara roberts ................................... .579 1974-75 ......... leslie sergy .................................... .694 1975-76 ......... linda findo ..................................... .767 1976-77 ......... linda findo ..................................... .775 1977-78 ......... Jean mewshaw ............................... .807 1978-79 ......... cindy winegar ................................ .758 1979-80 ......... cathy parson ................................... .725 1980-81 ......... cathy parson ................................... .712 1981-82 ......... lisa ribble ...................................... .750 1982-83 ......... susan muth .................................... .667 1983-84 ......... alexis basil ..................................... .733 1984-85 ......... dee davis ........................................ .705 1985-86 ......... Jenny hillen .................................... .838 1986-87 ......... Jenny hillen .................................... .857 1987-88 ......... Jenny hillen .................................... .791 1988-89 ......... tracey slogik ................................... .791 1989-90 ......... lori wilson ...................................... .810 1990-91 ......... rosemary kosiorek ......................... .804 1991-92 ......... lori wilson ...................................... .849 1992-93 ......... Jodie runner .................................. .821 1993-94 ......... chris mcguire ................................. .800 1994-95 ......... christie lambert ............................. .818 1995-96 ......... rebecca burbridge.......................... .723 1996-97 ......... rebecca burbridge.......................... .847 1997-98 ......... rebecca burbridge.......................... .842 1998-99 ......... rebecca burbridge.......................... .856 1999-00 ......... mandy ronay ................................. .798 2000-01 ......... darya kudryavtseva ........................ .823 2001-02 ......... brandi batch ................................... .756 2002-03 ......... kate bulger ..................................... .800 2003-04 ......... Janell dunlap .................................. .880 2004-05 ......... meg bulger ..................................... .835 2005-06 ......... meg bulger ..................................... .825 2006-07 ......... sparkle davis .................................. .805 2007-08 ......... meg bulger ..................................... .816 2008-09 ......... sarah miles ..................................... .713 OLAYINKA SANNI
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Individual honors francis poMeroy naisMith player of the year 1992 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek usWBWa acadeMic player of the year 1992 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek cosida acadeMic all-aMerica 1991 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek 1992 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek cosida acadeMic all-aMerica district ii firstteam 2009 ........................................................ liz repella cosida/verizon acadeMic all-aMerica district ii second team 2003 .........................................................Jess fisher 2004 .................................................... sparkle davis Wvu Mcnair scholar 2008 .................................................... sparkle davis all-aMerica first team 1992 ..... rosemary kosiorek ........................... kodak second team 1992 ..... rosemary kosiorek ......................... usbwa third team 1983 ..... cathy parson ...................................... awsf 1985 ..... georgeann wells ................................ awsf honorable Mention 1982 ..... cathy parson ...................................... awsf 1983 ..... olivia bradley .................................... awsf 1984 ..... olivia bradley .................................... awsf 1985 ..... olivia bradley .................................... awsf 1986 ..... georgeann wells ................................ awsf 1991 ..... rosemary kosiorek ........................... kodak 2005 ..... Yolanda paige .........................................ap 2005 ..... meg bulger ............................ kodak/wbca 2006 ..... meg bulger .............................................ap 2008 ..... olayinka sanni ............. state farm coaches’ 2008 ..... olayinka sanni ........................................ap WBca chaMpion player of the year finalist 1992 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek Margaret Wade trophy finalist 1992 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek u.s. olyMpic trials finalist 1992 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek freshMan all-aMerica 1982 ..... olivia bradley .................................... awsf 1983 ..... georgeann wells ................................ awsf all-east 1982 ..... cathy parson .....................................aiawc 1983 ..... cathy parson ...................................... awsf 1985 ..... georgeann wells ............................... kodak 1985 ..... georgeann wells ................................ awsf 1991 ..... rosemary kosiorek ........................... wbca 1992 ..... rosemary kosiorek ........................... wbca key awsf .............american women’s sports federation aiawc ............................ aiaw coaches association usbwa ..... united states basketball writers’ association wbca ....... women’s basketball coaches association all-Big east first team 2005 .....................................................meg bulger* 2007 ..................................................olayinka sanni 2008 ..................................................olayinka sanni second team 1997 ................................................... talisha hargis 2002 .......................................................kate bulger 2004 .......................................................kate bulger 2005 ...................................................Yolanda paige 2006 .......................................................meg bulger 2007 ................................................. laQuita owens 2008 .......................................................meg bulger 2008 ................................................. laQuita owens 2009 .............................................takisha granberry 2009 ........................................................ liz repella third team 1996 ................................................... talisha hargis 1997 .............................................maria tchobanova 2003 .......................................................kate bulger 2004 ...................................................Yolanda paige freshman team 2001 .......................................................kate bulger 2002 ...................................................Yolanda paige 2002 ...................................................sherell sowho 2004 .......................................................meg bulger honorable Mention 2007 .....................................................chakhia cole all-tournament team 2004 ...................................................Yolanda paige 2006 .....................................................chakhia cole 2006 ........................................britney davis-whitee Big east rookie/freshMan of the year 2004 .......................................................meg bulger Big east coach of the year 2004 ........................................................mike carey Big east Most iMproved player 2009 .......................................................sarah miles target/Big east scholar athlete of the year 1999 ............................................rebecca burbridge Big east sportsManship aWard 2008 .......................................................meg bulger * unanimous selection Big east scholar-athlete sport excellence aWard 2009 ........................................................ liz repella player of the Week talisha hargis .............................. december 9, 1997 rebecca burbridge .....................december 16, 1997 kate bulger ................................. december 3, 2002 kate bulger ................................december 31, 2002 kate bulger ........................................march 3, 2003 Yolanda paige ............................... January 26, 2004 Yolanda paige ........................... november 29, 2004 meg bulger ................................. december 6, 2004 sherell sowho ............................december 13, 2004 meg bulger ................................december 27, 2004 meg bulger ................................... January 27, 2005 meg bulger ................................december 26, 2005 laQuita owens .............................february 27, 2007 olayinka sanni .............................. January 15, 2007 olayinka sanni .............................. January 21, 2008 laQuita owens ...............................february 4, 2008 sarah miles ....................................february 9, 2009 150
  • 151w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo freshMan of the Week maria tchobanova ........................... January 9, 1996 maria tchobanova ..........................february 5, 1996 Yolanda paige ........................... november 19, 2001 sherell sowho ........................... november 26, 2001 sherell sowho ............................december 31, 2001 Yolanda paige ............................... January 21, 2002 Yolanda paige ..............................february 18, 2002 meg bulger ..................................... January 5, 2004 meg bulger ................................... January 19, 2004 meg bulger ................................... January 26, 2004 meg bulger,..................................... ebruary 2, 2004 meg bulger ....................................february 9, 2004 meg bulger ..................................february 16, 2004 atlantic 10 student-athlete of the year 1991 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek 1992 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek atlantic 10 player of the year 1992 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek all-atlantic 10 first team 1984 ................................................... olivia bradley 1985 ...............................................georgeann wells 1986 ...............................................georgeann wells 1990 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek 1991 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek 1992 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek 1992 ...................................................donna abbott second team 1983 ................................................... olivia bradley 1983 .....................................................cathy parson 1984 ...............................................georgeann wells 1985 ................................................... olivia bradley 1987 ........................................................alexis basil 1989 ......................................................Jenny hillen 1990 ...................................................donna abbott 1991 ...................................................donna abbott 1993 .................................................. christy cooper 1994 ...................................................lisa szymczak all-freshman atlantic 10 1984 ........................................................alexis basil 1986 ...................................................dionne morris 1987 .....................................................tracey slogik 1987 .............................................marianne sullivan 1989 ...................................................donna abbott 1989 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek 1990 .....................................................Jodie runner 1995 ........................christie lambert, talisha hargis atlantic 10 coach of the year 1984 ...............................................kittie blakemore 1992 ...............................................kittie blakemore 1992 ................................................. scott harrelson all-ecac 1991 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek 1992 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek acadeMic all-east 1982 ...................................................... susan muth 1985 ........................................................ lisa ribble 1991 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek 1992 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek 1997 ..................................................... ilse opstaele acadeMic atlantic 10 first team 1984 ...................................................kaye leighton 1984 ........................................................ lisa ribble 1985 ........................................................ lisa ribble 1990 ......................................................... tina parry 1991 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek 1992 ........................................... rosemary kosiorek 1993 .................................................. christy cooper 1994 ...................................................lisa szymczak honorable Mention 1986 ....................................................Janice rowan 1987 ....................................................Janice rowan 1989 ......................................................... tina parry all-tournaMent 1978 ..... mary hennen ................... wvu invitational 1978 ..... Jean mewshaw ................ wvu invitational 1979 ..... carla cyr........................... wvu invitational 1979 ..... mary hennen ................... wvu invitational 1982 ..... dana crone ................. uconn husky classic 1983 ..... olivia bradley ..................kent state classic 1983 ..... georgeann wells ........................ atlantic 10 1984 ..... alexis basil........................coca-cola classic 1984 ..... olivia bradley .......south fla. christmas(mvp) 1984 ..... georgeann wells ....south florida christmas 1985 ..... alexis basil............. mountaineer christmas 1985 ..... olivia bradley ..............lady kat dial classic 1985 ..... olivia bradley .......... mississippi dial classic 1985 ..... olivia bradley ........ mountaineer christmas 1985 ..... Janet hoffman ......... mississippi dial classic 1985 ..... georgeann wells ............lady kat dial classic 1985 ..... georgeann wells .. mountaineer christmas(mvp) 1985 ..... georgeann wells ......................... atlantic 10 1986 ..... alexis basil................................. atlantic 10 1986 ..... georgeann wells ........................ atlantic 10 1987 ..... alexis basil.......................... buckeye classic 1988 ..... Judy eaton ................lady seminole classic 1989 ..... Jenny hillen ..............lady seminole classic 1989 ..... Jenny hillen ..........................sooner classic 1989 ..... Judy eaton ............................sooner classic 1989 ..... rosemary kosiorek ...............sooner classic 1989 ..... Jenny hillen ...................... dial soap classic 1989 ..... Judy eaton ........................ dial soap classic 1989 ..... Jenny hillen .................... atlantic 10 (mvp) 1989 ..... rosemary kosiorek .................... atlantic 10 1990 ..... donna abbott ............................ atlantic 10 1991 ..... rosemary kosiorek .......boilermaker classic 1991 ..... donna abbott ................... dial soap classic 1992 ..... rosemary kosiorek ..............cavalier classic 1992 ..... lori wilson ......... indiana full-o-pep classic 1992 ..... rosemary kosiorek ....indiana full-o-pep classic 1992 ..... rosemary kosiorek ........ ncaa east regional 1993 ..... anna tillman ..............arkansas dial classic 1993 ..... lori Quertinmont ..amana-hawkeye classic 1993 ..... Jodie runner.............................. atlantic 10 1994 ..... lisa szymczak ...........colorado coors classic 1994 ..... lisa szymczak ............... auburn dial classic 1995 ..... christie lambert ... texas tech/lady raider classic 1995 ..... christie lambert ..ga. southern/hmptn inn classic 1996 ..... christie lambert ........kentucky invitational 1999 ..... brandi batch ....................... terrapin classic 1999 ..... christin annie .....tulane/doubletree classic 2000 ..... darya kudryavtseva ..unc-wilmington/beach blast 2001 ..... sherell sowho .....colorado state/coors classic 2002 ..... sherell sowho......razewv.com hoops bash 2002 ..... kate bulger ..........razewv.com hoops bash 2002 ..... michelle carter ....razewv.com hoops bash 2004 ..... kate bulger ............................ paradise Jam 2004 ..... Yolanda paige ............................... big east 2005 ..... Yolanda paige ..fiu/herald thanksgiving classic 2005 ..... sherell sowho..fiu/herald thanksgiving classic 2005 ..... Yolanda paige .................. postseason wnit 2005 ..... meg bulger ...................... postseason wnit 2006 ..... britney davis-white...................... big east 2006 ..... chakhia cole ................................. big east 2007 ..... sparkle davis ....basketball traveler’s classic 2007 ..... olayinka sanni ..lmu/ayres thanksgiving classic 2008 ..... olayinka sanni ....................uri invitational 2008 ..... laQuita owens ...................uri invitational 2008 ..... chakhia cole .......................uri invitational 2008 ..... olayinka sanni .............. fau holiday classic 2008 ..... laQuita owens ............. fau holiday classic 2009 ...... takisha granberry ...dead river company classic 2009 ..... liz repella ...... dead river company classic suMMer teaMs 1983 ..... georgeann wells .... national sports festival 1989 ..... lori wilson ..................u.s. olympic festival 1990 ..... rosemary kosiorek .....u.s. olympic festival 1996 ..... ilse opstaele .......... nike/big east all-stars 1997 ..... christie lambert .... nike/big east all-stars 1998 ..... mandy ronay......... nike/big east all-stars 1999 ..... christin annie ........ nike/big east all-stars 2000 ..... mary grace carson . nike/big east all-stars 2001 ..... kate bulger ............ nike/big east all-stars 2008 ..... liz repella .................. baja friendship tour
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info brandi batch, center (1999-2002); kate bulger, forward (2001-04); meg bulger, guard (2004-06, 2008); chakhia cole, forward (2005-08); olayinka sanni, center (2005-08); sherell sowho, guard (2002-05); laQuita owens, guard (2005-08); Yolanda paige, guard (2002-05) the wvu all-time committee is composed of kittie blakemore, tony caridi, garrett ford, michael fragale, mickey furfari, doug huff, Jay redmond, lisa stolar and craig walker. post 2000 pool donna abbott, forward (1989-92) christie lambert, forward (1995, 97-99) alexis basil, guard (1984-87) talisha hargis, guard (1995-98) Jenny hillen, guard (1986-89) rosemary kosiorek (1989-92) dionne morris, guard (1986-89) maria tchbanova, forward (1996-99) 1973-1986 teaM cindy “sam” booth, guard (1974-77) lisa ribble, guard (1982-85) olivia bradley, forward (1982-85) J.d. drummonds, guard (1980-81) mary hennen, forward (1976-79) cathy parson, guard (1980-83) georgeann wells, center (1983-86) cindy winegar, guard (1977-80) All-Time teaMs 1987-2000 teaM 152
  • 153w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo overall hoMe aWay neutral 1 ................................. 23-18 .............................. 9-6 ....................................................10-9 ................. 4-3 2 ................................. 3-3 .................................. 1-1 ....................................................2-2 ................... 0-0 all ot games .......... 26-21 ........................ 10-7 ........................................ 12-11 ........... 4-3 date opponent site score W/l 3/7/09 ........................ depaul ............................. hartford, conn. .................................(ot) 72-75 ...........l 2/18/09 ...................... georgetown ..................... washington, d.c. ..............................(ot) 73-79 ...........l 11/22/08 .................... florida int’l ...................... morgantown, w.va. .........................(ot) 67-59 ......... w 2/26/08 ...................... pitt................................... pittsburgh, pa. ..................................(ot) 75-77 ...........l 2/26/07 ...................... louisville ......................... louisville, ky. ....................................(ot) 76-71 ......... w 1/6/07 ........................ villanova .......................... villanova, pa. ....................................(2ot) 64-70 .........l 1/3/06 ........................ seton hall ........................ south orange, n.J. ............................(ot) 61-67 ...........l 1/1/06 ........................ texas a&m – cc ............... morgantown, w.va. ..........................(ot) 69-70 ...........l 3/28/05 ...................... kentucky .......................... lexington, ky. ...................................(2ot) 80-75 ....... w 12/30/04 .................... umkc ............................... kansas city, mo. ................................(ot) 69-63 ......... w 12/14/04 .................... delaware state ................ dover, del. ........................................(ot) 56-59 ...........l 2/26/03 ...................... syracuse .......................... morgantown, w.va. ..........................(ot) 77-74 ......... w 2/6/02 ........................ georgetown ..................... morgantown, w.va. ..........................(ot) 71-70 ......... w 11/20/01 .................... duquesne ........................ pittsburgh, pa. ..................................(ot) 84-81 ......... w 1/13/01 ...................... pitt................................... pittsburgh, pa. ..................................(ot) 67-75 ...........l 11/27/00 .................... unc charlotte .................. college park, md. ..............................(ot) 50-52 ...........l 1/17/98 ...................... syracuse .......................... morgantown, w.va. ..........................(ot) 93-99 ...........l 12/31/97 .................... miami .............................. miami, fla.........................................(ot) 72-74 ...........l 12/8/94 ...................... robert morris................... pittsburgh, pa. ..................................(ot) 80-88 ...........l 3/5/94 ........................ duquesne ........................ morgantown, w.va. ..........................(ot) 72-69 ......... w 2/12/94 ...................... temple ............................. morgantown, w.va. ..........................(ot) 89-91 ...........l 1/22/94 ...................... massachusetts ................. amherst, mass. .................................(ot) 62-52 ......... w 3/6/93 ........................ temple ............................. philadelphia, pa. ...............................(ot) 78-71 ......... w 12/15/91 .................... w. kentucky ..................... bowling green, ky. ...........................(ot) 84-85 ...........l 12/7/91 ...................... indiana ............................ bloomington, ind. ............................(ot) 81-77 ......... w 12/1/90 ...................... wake forest ..................... ruston, la. ........................................(ot) 91-85 ......... w 1/18/90 ...................... rutgers ............................ morgantown, w.va. ..........................(2ot) 71-87 .........l 1/11/90 ...................... temple ............................. morgantown, w.va. ..........................(ot) 79-78 ......... w 11/27/89 .................... pepperdine ...................... malibu, calif. .....................................(ot) 79-72 ......... w 1/3/89 ........................ penn state ....................... morgantown, w.va. ..........................(ot) 81-76 ......... w 12/18/88 .................... w. kentucky ..................... morgantown, w.va. .........................(ot) 69-67 ......... w 1/23/88 ...................... g. washington ................. washington, d.c. ..............................(2ot) 95-97 .........l 12/5/87 ...................... florida state .................... tallahassee, fla. ................................(ot) 58-68 ...........l 1/19/87 ...................... massachusetts ................. morgantown, w.va. ..........................(ot) 76-77 ...........l 2/10/86 ...................... temple ............................. philadelphia, pa. ...............................(ot) 75-73 ......... w 11/23/85 .................... akron ............................... parkersburg, w.va. ...........................(ot) 79-74 ......... w 3/1/85 ........................ massachusetts ................. philadelphia, pa. ...............................(ot) 70-60 ......... w 1/26/85 ...................... temple ............................. morgantown, w.va. ..........................(2 ot) 86-81....... w 12/16/83 .................... georgia tech .................... tampa, fla. .......................................(ot) 86-78 ......... w 2/28/83 ...................... rutgers ............................ morgantown, w.va. ..........................(ot) 85-87 ...........l 2/25/82 ...................... g. washington ................. morgantown, w.va. .........................(ot) 73-69 ......... w 1/2/82 ........................virginia tech .................... blacksburg, va. .................................(2 ot) 82-81....... w 12/30/80 .................... mount mercy ................... coral gables, fla. ..............................(ot) 95-93 ......... w 12/28/80 .................... miami .............................. coral gables, fla. ..............................(ot) 87-89 ...........l 2/29/80 ...................... indiana, pa. ...................... indiana, pa. ......................................(ot) 88-86 ......... w 2/6/80 ........................ edinboro .......................... morgantown, w.va. ..........................(ot) 73-77 ...........l 2/8/78 ........................ pitt-Johnstown ................ morgantown, w.va. ..........................(ot) 92-90 ......... w Overtime gaMes points score opponent date 131 ....... 131-44 ........... indiana, pa. ........ 12/7/82 114 ....... 114-45 ..........robert morris ....... 12/7/02 110 ....... 110-82 ............ charleston ....... 12/21/84 109 ....... 109-76 ................Xavier ........... 12/29/84 108 ....... 108-42 ..... alderson-broaddus ... 12/7/84 105 ....... 105-50 ............ duquesne .......... 1/14/91 104 ....... 104-66 ........ cleveland state ...... 1/24/85 103 ....... 103-92 ............providence ......... 1/21/98 103 ....... 103-62 .......... west liberty ................ na 102 .........102-34 .....washington & Jefferson .. 2/23/83 102 ....... 102-53 ............... salem ..................... na 101 ....... 101-49 ......... glenville state .... 12/12/81 101 ....... 101-91 .........edinboro state ...... 12/7/80 101 ....... 101-54 ..........robert morris ..... 12/10/77 100 ....... 100-60 ........kennesaw state ... 12/21/05 100 ....... 100-84 ...........miami (fla.) ........ 2/15/03 100 ....... 100-58 .........massachusetts ...... 2/13/92 100-Point gaMes YOLANDA PAIGE
  • In the AP rankings Date Ranking March 18, 2008 ........................ 17 March 10, 2008 ......................... 16 March 3, 2008 ........................... 14 february 25, 2008 ..................... 13 february 18, 2008 ..................... 13 february 11, 2008 ..................... 11 february 4, 2008 ....................... 12 january 28, 2008 ...................... 12 january 21, 2008 ...................... 12 january 14, 2008 ...................... 14 january 7, 2008 ........................ 16 january 1, 2008 ........................ 17 december 25, 2007 ................... 18 december 17, 2007 ................... 13 december 11, 2007 ................... 13 december 4, 2007 ..................... 13 november 27, 2007 ................... 15 november 20, 2007 ................... 16 november 12, 2007 ................... 19 preseason 2008 ........................ 18 March 15, 1992 ......................... 14 March 8, 1992 ........................... 11 March 1, 1992 ........................... 11 february 23, 1992 ..................... 13 february 16, 1992 ..................... 15 february 9, 1992 ....................... 19 february 2, 1992 ....................... 23 january 26, 1992 ...................... 25 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info date score opponent rank site 2/7/09 ................... 79-70 .................at louisville............................... 5 ..................................louisville, ky. 2/13/08 ................. 56-35 .................pitt ........................................... 18 .......................morgantown, w.va. 1/29/08 ................. 63-54 .................rutgers ..................................... 4 ........................morgantown, w.va. 1/13/08 ................. 56-50 .................notre dame ............................. 14 .......................morgantown, w.va. 2/26/07 ................ 76-71* ................at louisville.............................. 20 .................................louisville, ky. 1/9/07 ................... 74-63 .................at depaul ................................. 24 ....................................chicago, ill. 3/6/06 ................... 56-40 .................vs. rutgers ................................ 6 ...............................hartford, conn. 1/31/06 ................. 82-70 .................depaul ..................................... 13 .......................morgantown, w.va. 3/7/04 ................... 58-47 .................villanova .................................. 23 ..............................hartford, conn. 2/10/04 ................. 69-66 .................virginia tech ............................ 21 .......................morgantown, w.va. 3/22/92 ................. 73-72 .................clemson ................................... 20 .......................morgantown, w.va. 2/24/92 ................. 61-60 .................george washington ................. 15 ...........................washington, d.c. 2/8/92 ................... 80-61 .................george washington .................. 8 ........................morgantown, w.va. 2/28/91 ................. 89-78 .................rutgers .................................... 17 .......................morgantown, w.va. 12/29/90 ............... 85-79 .................northern illinois ....................... 25 ...................... west lafayette, ind. 3/15/89 ................. 66-57 .................western kentucky .................... 19 ........................ bowling green, ky. 12/18/88 .............. 69-67* ................western kentucky .................... 15 .......................morgantown, w.va. 2/7/85 ................... 53-51 .................saint Joseph’s ........................... 17 .......................morgantown, w.va. 1/18/82 ................. 81-79 .................penn state ............................... 14 .......................morgantown, w.va. 2/17/80 ................. 81-77 .................villanova .................................. 17 .......................morgantown, w.va. By ranking date score opponent rank site 1/29/08 ................. 63-54 .................rutgers ..................................... 4 ........................morgantown, w.va. 2/7/09 ................... 79-70 .................at louisville............................... 5 ..................................louisville, ky. 3/6/06 ................... 56-40 .................vs. rutgers ................................ 6 ...............................hartford, conn. 2/8/92 ................... 80-61 .................george washington .................. 8 ........................morgantown, w.va. 1/31/06 ................. 82-70 .................depaul ..................................... 13 .......................morgantown, w.va. 1/13/08 ................. 56-50 .................notre dame ............................. 14 .......................morgantown, w.va. 1/18/82 ................. 81-79 .................penn state ............................... 14 .......................morgantown, w.va. 12/18/88 .............. 69-67* ................western kentucky .................... 15 .......................morgantown, w.va. 2/24/92 ................. 61-60 .................george washington ................. 15 ...........................washington, d.c. 2/28/91 ................. 89-78 .................rutgers .................................... 17 .......................morgantown, w.va. 2/7/85 ................... 53-51 .................saint Joseph’s ........................... 17 .......................morgantown, w.va. 2/17/80 ................. 81-77 .................villanova .................................. 17 .......................morgantown, w.va. 2/13/08 ................. 56-35 .................pitt ........................................... 18 .......................morgantown, w.va. 3/15/89 ................. 66-57 .................western kentucky .................... 19 ........................ bowling green, ky. 2/26/07 ................ 76-71* ................at louisville.............................. 20 .................................louisville, ky. 3/22/92 ................. 73-72 .................clemson ................................... 20 .......................morgantown, w.va. 2/10/04 ................. 69-66 .................virginia tech ............................ 21 .......................morgantown, w.va. 3/7/04 ................... 58-47 .................villanova .................................. 23 ..............................hartford, conn. 1/9/07 ................... 74-63 .................at depaul ................................. 24 ....................................chicago, ill. 12/29/90 ............... 85-79 .................northern illinois ....................... 25 ...................... west lafayette, ind. * overtime game Victories Over ap ranked teaMs 154
  • 155w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo WVU vs. division i conferences america east .............Won . lost albany ............................... 0 ..........0 binghamton ...................... 0 ..........0 boston u............................ 0 ..........0 hartford ............................ 0 ..........0 maine ................................ 1 ..........0 new hampshire ................ 0 ..........0 stony brook ....................... 0 ..........0 umbc ................................ 1 ..........0 vermont ............................ 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 2 ....... 0 atlantic coast ............Won . lost boston college .................. 0 ........15 clemson ............................ 1 ..........0 duke.................................. 0 ..........2 florida state ...................... 0 ..........1 georgia tech ...................... 2 ..........0 maryland .......................... 0 ..........2 miami ............................... 3 ........12 north carolina ................... 0 ..........1 north carolina state .......... 0 ..........0 virginia ............................. 0 ..........5 virginia tech ...................... 5 ........11 wake forest....................... 5 ..........1 totals ......................... 16 .....50 atlantic sun...............Won lost belmont ............................ 0 ..........0 campbell ........................... 0 ..........0 east tennessee state ......... 0 ..........0 florida atlantic .................. 0 ..........0 gardner-webb .................. 0 ..........0 Jacksonville ....................... 0 ..........0 kennesaw state ................ 1 ..........0 lipscomb........................... 0 ..........0 mercer ............................... 1 ..........0 north florida ..................... 0 ..........0 stetson .............................. 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 2 ....... 0 atlantic 10.................Won lost charlotte ........................... 0 ..........1 dayton .............................. 0 ..........1 duquesne ......................... 33 .........7 fordham ........................... 1 ..........0 george washington .......... 13 .......13 la salle.............................. 1 ..........0 massachusetts .................. 19 .........8 rhode island .................... 17 .........7 richmond.......................... 3 ..........2 st. bonaventure................ 16 .........4 st. Joseph’s ........................ 8 ........18 saint louis......................... 0 ..........0 temple ............................. 24 .........6 Xavier ................................ 3 ..........1 totals ........................ 138 ....68 Big east ....................Won lost cincinnati .......................... 3 ..........5 connecticut ....................... 1 ........20 depaul............................... 2 ..........4 georgetown ...................... 8 ........11 louisville ........................... 5 ..........2 marquette ......................... 1 ..........3 notre dame ....................... 2 ........16 pitt .................................. 21 .......18 providence ....................... 15 .........4 rutgers ............................ 10 .......38 seton hall ......................... 9 ........12 st. John’s .......................... 16 .........4 syracuse ........................... 11 .........8 usf ................................... 5 ..........1 villanova ........................... 7 ........18 totals ........................ 116 ..164 Big sky ......................Won loss eastern washington .......... 0 ..........0 idaho state ........................ 0 ..........0 montana ........................... 1 ..........0 montana state .................. 0 ..........0 northern arizona .............. 0 ..........0 northern colorado ............ 0 ..........0 portland state ................... 0 ..........0 sacramento state .............. 0 ..........0 weber state ...................... 1 ..........0 totals .......................... 2 ....... 0 Big south ..................Won . lost birmingham southern ...... 0 ..........0 charleston southern ......... 0 ..........0 coastal carolina ................. 0 ..........0 high point ......................... 0 ..........0 liberty .............................. 1 ..........2 unc asheville .................... 1 ..........0 radford ............................. 0 ..........0 virginia military ................ 0 ..........0 winthrop ........................... 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 2 ....... 2 Big ten ......................Won lost illinois ............................... 0 ..........0 indiana .............................. 1 ..........2 iowa .................................. 0 ..........2 michigan ........................... 0 ..........0 michigan state .................. 0 ..........0 minnesota ......................... 0 ..........0 northwestern .................... 1 ..........2 ohio state ......................... 0 ..........9 penn state ......................... 6 ........25 purdue .............................. 0 ..........1 wisconsin .......................... 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 8 ......41 Big 12 .......................Won lost baylor................................ 1 ..........0 colorado ............................ 0 ..........0 iowa state ......................... 0 ..........0 kansas ............................... 0 ..........3 kansas state ...................... 0 ..........0 missouri ............................ 1 ..........0 nebraska ........................... 0 ..........0 oklahoma ......................... 1 ..........0 oklahoma state ................ 1 ..........1 texas ................................. 0 ..........0 texas a&m ........................ 0 ..........1 texas tech ......................... 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 4 ....... 5 Big West ...................Won . lost cal poly ............................. 0 ..........0 cal state fullerton ............. 0 ..........1 cal state northridge .......... 0 ..........0 uc davis ............................ 0 ..........0 uc irvine ........................... 1 ..........0 uc riverside ...................... 0 ..........0 uc santa barbara .............. 0 ..........0 long beach state .............. 0 ..........0 pacific................................ 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 1 ....... 1 colonial athletic ........Won . lost delaware ........................... 0 ..........0 drexel ................................ 0 ..........1 george mason ................... 2 ..........0 georgia state .................... 0 ..........1 hofstra .............................. 0 ..........0 James madison ................. 5 ..........3 unc wilmington ............... 0 ..........0 northeastern ..................... 1 ..........1 old dominion .................... 0 ..........3 towson .............................. 3 ..........0 virginia commonwealth ... 2 ..........0 william & mary ................. 0 ..........0 totals ......................... 13 ...... 9 conference usa .........Won . lost uab 1 ................................. 0 central florida ................... 1 ..........0 east carolina ..................... 2 ..........2 houston ............................ 2 ..........0 marshall ........................... 32 .......16 memphis ........................... 0 ..........0 rice ................................... 1 ..........0 southern methodist .......... 0 ..........0 southern mississippi ......... 0 ..........0 texas el-paso ..................... 0 ..........0 tulane ............................... 0 ..........1 tulsa .................................. 0 ..........0 totals ......................... 40 .....19 horizon .....................Won lost butler ................................ 0 ..........1 cleveland state ................. 3 ..........0 detroit ............................... 1 ..........0 illinois-chicago ................. 0 ..........0 loyola, ill. .......................... 0 ..........0 valparaiso ......................... 0 ..........0 wisconsin-green bay ........ 0 ..........0 wisconsin-milwaukee ....... 0 ..........0 wright state ...................... 4 ..........2 Youngstown state ............. 8 ..........8 totals ......................... 16 .....11 ivy league ................Won lost brown ............................... 1 ..........0 columbia ........................... 1 ..........0 cornell............................... 1 ..........0 dartmouth ........................ 0 ..........0 harvard ............................. 0 ..........0 penn .................................. 0 ..........0 princeton .......................... 0 ..........0 Yale ................................... 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 3 ....... 0 Metro atlantic ...........Won . lost canisius ............................. 1 ..........0 fairfield ............................. 0 ..........0 iona ................................... 0 ..........1 loyola, md. ....................... 0 ..........0 manhattan ........................ 0 ..........0 marist ................................ 0 ..........0 niagara ............................. 0 ..........0 rider ................................ 0 ..........0 saint peter’s ...................... 0 ..........0 siena ................................. 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 1 ....... 1 Mid-american ............Won . lost akron ................................ 7 ..........1 ball state ........................... 0 ..........0 bowling green .................. 2 ..........0 buffalo .............................. 0 ..........0 central michigan ............... 0 ..........1 eastern michigan .............. 0 ..........0 kent state ......................... 7 ..........3 miami, ohio ...................... 0 ..........0 northern illinois ................ 1 ..........0 ohio .................................. 7 ..........0 toledo ............................... 0 ..........2 western michigan ............. 0 ..........1 totals ......................... 24 ...... 8 Mid-eastern athletic ..Won . lost bethune-cookman ............ 0 ..........0 coppin state ...................... 5 ..........0 delaware state .................. 1 ..........1 florida a&m ...................... 0 ..........0 hampton ........................... 0 ..........0 howard ............................. 2 ............ maryland-eastern shore ... 0 ..........0 morgan state .................... 0 ..........1 norfolk state ..................... 0 ..........0 north carolina a&t ........... 0 ..........0 south carolina state .......... 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 8 ....... 3 Missouri valley ..........Won . lost bradley .............................. 0 ..........0 creighton .......................... 0 ..........0 drake ................................ 0 ..........0 evansville .......................... 1 ..........0 illinois state ...................... 0 ..........1 indiana state ..................... 1 ..........0 missouri state ................... 0 ..........2 northern iowa ................... 0 ..........0 southern illinois ................ 0 ..........0 wichita state ..................... 1 ..........1 totals .......................... 3 ....... 4 Mountain West ..........Won . lost air force ............................ 0 ..........0 brigham Young ................. 0 ..........0 colorado state ................... 0 ..........1 unlv ................................. 0 ..........0 new mexico ...................... 2 ..........0 san diego state ................. 0 ..........1 texas christian .................. 0 ..........0 utah .................................. 0 ..........0 wyoming .......................... 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 2 ....... 2 northeast..................Won lost central conn. state ............ 0 ..........0 fairleigh dickinson ............ 0 ..........0 long island ....................... 0 ..........0 monmouth ........................ 0 ..........1 mount st. mary’s ............... 3 ..........2 Quinnipiac ........................ 0 ..........0 robert morris ................... 17 .........1 sacred heart ..................... 0 ..........0 st. francis, n.Y. .................. 0 ..........1 saint francis, pa. ............... 3 ..........0 wagner ............................. 0 ..........0 totals ......................... 23 ...... 5 ohio valley ................Won . lost austin peay ....................... 0 ..........0 eastern illinois ................... 0 ..........0 eastern kentucky ............... 0 ..........2 Jacksonville state .............. 0 ..........0 morehead state ................. 0 ..........0 murray state ..................... 0 ..........0 samford ............................ 0 ..........0 southeast missouri state ... 0 ..........0 tennessee-martin ............. 1 ..........1 tennessee state ................ 0 ..........0 tennessee tech .................. 0 ..........1 totals .......................... 1 ....... 4 pacific-10 ..................Won . lost arizona .............................. 0 ..........1 arizona state ..................... 1 ..........0 california........................... 0 ..........0 oregon .............................. 0 ..........0 oregon state ..................... 0 ..........0 southern cal ..................... 0 ..........0 stanford ............................ 1 ..........0 ucla ................................. 0 ..........2 washington....................... 0 ..........1 washington state .............. 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 2 ....... 4 patriot ......................Won . lost american........................... 2 ..........0 army ................................. 0 ..........0 bucknell ............................ 2 ..........0 colgate .............................. 0 ..........0 holy cross .......................... 0 ..........0 lafayette ........................... 0 ..........0 lehigh ............................... 1 ..........0 navy .................................. 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 5 ....... 0 southeastern ............Won . lost alabama ........................... 1 ..........0 arkansas ........................... 1 ..........0 auburn .............................. 0 ..........0 florida ............................... 1 ..........4 georgia ............................. 0 ..........0 kentucky ........................... 1 ..........2 louisiana state .................. 0 ..........3 mississippi ......................... 0 ..........2 mississippi state ................ 0 ..........0 south carolina ................... 0 ..........0 tennessee ......................... 0 ..........6 vanderbilt ......................... 0 ..........2 totals .......................... 4 ......19 southern ...................Won . lost appalachian state ............. 0 ..........0 chattanooga ..................... 0 ..........0 college of charleston ........ 0 ..........0 the citadel ........................ 0 ..........0 davidson ........................... 0 ..........0 elon ................................... 0 ..........0 furman ............................. 0 ..........0 georgia southern .............. 0 ..........0 unc greensboro ................ 1 ..........1 western carolina ............... 0 ..........1 wofford ............................. 1 ..........0 totals .......................... 2 ....... 2 southland .................Won . lost lamar ................................ 0 ..........0 louisiana monroe .............. 0 ..........0 mcneese state................... 0 ..........0 nicholls state .................... 0 ..........0 northwestern state ........... 0 ..........0 sam houston state ............ 0 ..........0 southeastern louisiana ..... 0 ..........0 stephen f. austin .............. 0 ..........0 texas a&m – corpus christi .................... 0 ..........2 texas-arlington ................. 0 ..........0 texas-san antonio ............ 0 ..........1 texas state ........................ 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 0 ....... 3 southwestern athletic .. Won . lost alabama a&m ................... 0 ..........0 alabama state................... 0 ..........0 alcorn state....................... 0 ..........0 arkansas-pine bluff ........... 0 ..........0 grambling .......................... Jackson state .................... 0 ..........0 mississippi valley state...... 0 ..........0 prairie view a&m .............. 0 ..........0 southern ........................... 0 ..........0 texas southern .................. 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 0 ....... 0 summit league .........Won . lost centenary.......................... 0 ..........0 ipfw ................................. 0 ..........0 iupui ................................. 0 ..........0 umkc ................................ 2 ..........0 north dakota state ............ 0 ..........0 oakland............................. 2 ..........0 oral roberts ...................... 0 ..........0 south dakota state ........... 0 ..........0 southern utah ................... 0 ..........0 western illinois ................. 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 4 ....... 0 sun Belt ....................Won lost arkansas-little rock ......... 0 ..........0 arkansas state .................. 0 ..........0 denver .............................. 0 ..........0 florida international ......... 2 ..........0 louisiana-lafayette .......... 0 ..........0 middle tennessee state ..... 1 ..........1 new orleans ...................... 0 ..........0 north texas ....................... 1 ..........0 south alabama ................. 2 ..........0 troy 0 ................................. 0 ............ western kentucky ............. 2 ..........6 totals .......................... 8 ....... 7 West coast ................Won . lost gonzaga ............................ 0 ..........0 loyola marymount ............ 0 ..........0 pepperdine ........................ 1 ..........0 portland ............................ 0 ..........0 st. mary’s .......................... 0 ..........0 san diego .......................... 0 ..........0 san francisco .................... 0 ..........0 santa clara ........................ 1 ..........0 totals .......................... 2 ....... 0 Western athletic .......Won . lost boise state ........................ 0 ..........0 fresno state ...................... 1 ..........0 hawaii ............................... 0 ..........1 idaho................................. 0 ..........0 louisiana tech ................... 0 ..........1 nevada .............................. 0 ..........0 new mexico state.............. 0 ..........0 san Jose state ................... 0 ..........0 utah state ......................... 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 1 ....... 2 independents ............Won . lost chicago state .................... 0 ..........0 longwood ......................... 2 ..........0 new Jersey institute tech .. 1 ..........0 presbyterian ...................... 1 ..........0 savannah state ................. 0 ..........0 texas-pan american .......... 0 ..........0 utah valley state ............... 0 ..........0 totals .......................... 4 ....... 0
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info a diminutive point guard from baltimore, md., rosemary kosiorek led wvu to its greatest season ever, a 26-4 mark back in 1992. there was nothing she couldn’t do. she could shoot, she could pass, she could dribble past anyone and she could score. kosiorek averaged more than 20 points per game as a junior and earned mention on the kodak all-east team. she also held the record for most points scored in a single game (37 vs. marshall) from 1992-1998 and currently holds the record for assists in a game (15 vs. duquesne, 1992). in addition, kosiorek racked up 43 20-point games during her career. as a senior, kosiorek averaged more than 24 points and seven assists to rank among the nation’s leaders in both categories. she secured kodak all-america honors and was named the frances pomeroy naismith national player of the year. kosiorek finished her career scoring more than 2,000 career points, and is considered by most to be the school’s finest all-around player. her jersey was retired and resides in the wvu coliseum. she was named to the west virginia university sports hall of fame in 2003. a brilliant guard from frederick, md., cathy parson is wvu women’s basketball career scoring leader. tallying 2,128 points during her four- year career (1980-83), parson also appeared in a school record 121 career games and averaged 17.6 points per game. her career scoring total is even more impressive when considering Jerry west (2,309) and rod hundley (2,180) are the only wvu basketball players, male or female, to have scored more points than parson. she is also the women’s all-time leader in career field goals made (898) and attempted (2,061). of her 121 games played, parson registered double figures 108 times. her 17.6 career scoring average ranks third all-time and she owns a school record 46 20-point games. a three-time mountaineer mvp, the 5-7 parson was the first women’s player to have her jersey retired. she was a three-time all- east selection, an honorable mention aiaw all-america in 1982 and a third team aiaw all- america in 1983. after graduation, parson was one of 20 players selected to try out for a spot with the harlem globetrotters. she also played a season for the virginia wave of the women’s in 1983, the talk in morgantown centered around a 6-7 center who could dunk. the folks weren’t talking about men’s basketball’s newest recruit; they were excited about georgeann wells. wells came to wvu as a heavily recruited prep star from northland high in columbus, ohio. after a short time adjusting, she averaged 11.9 points per game as a freshman. wells went on Rosemary kosiorek Georgeann Wells american basketball association. parson later spent three years as an assistant coach at providence college and in 1988 accepted the head job at christopher newport university in newport news, va. while at newport, she won two dixie intercollegiate athletic conference coach of the Year awards and coached kodak all-american karen barefoot, the only player in ncaa history to score 2,000 points and record 1,000 assists. she also took newport to three division iii tournaments and made the sweet 16 in 1992. parson was head coach of the wnba’s washington mystics for one season in 1998. currently, parson is the head coach at howard. to score 1,484 points, pull down 1,075 rebounds and block 436 shots from 1983-86, all remarkable accomplishments. but to most, the points, the rebounds and the blocks were all just window dressing. wells could dunk, and dunk hard! she made history against charleston on december 21, 1984 at elkins’ randolph county armory during the mountaineer christmas classic. with 11:18 remaining in the game and west virginia comfortably ahead, wells took a full-court pass from lisa ribble and soared to the basket with a one-handed stuff. the dunk instantly made her a national celebrity. network television, sports illustrated, an ncaa luncheon in new York, a display in the naismith basketball hall of fame, the women’s college basketball hall of fame and induction into houston’s phi slamma Jama dunking fraternity were just a few of the highlights of one of the school’s most memorable moments. unmatched until 1994, the feat is still one of the sport’s most talked- about accomplishments. she was inducted into wvu’s sports hall of fame in the fall of 2007, and the long lost footage of her dunk was found in the spring of 2009 via investigative reporting by the Wall Street Journal. Cathy parson 156
  • 157w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo All-Time uniforM nuMBers 0 adrienne beard 1 dominique dixon, tehana geist, laQuita owens 2 sparkle davis, michelle Jaccar 3 alisha bogan, jessica capers, kendra goodley, christie lambert, holly muir, Jo salisbury 4 meg bulger, rosemary kosiorek, lisa weisenstein 5 laQuanda brandon, michelle carter, tamika louis, sarah Miles, marlo thomas 10 brandi cook, christy cooper, linda findo, kate glusko, pam harper, brittany holestine, mindy kniceley, darya kudryavtseva, suzie lefever, ilse opstaele, liz repella, marva wells 11 britney davis-white, ashley dunn, carolyn huffman, karen hutson, marsha kinder, suzie lefever, ilse opstaele, lori Quertinmont, georgeann wells 12 cindy booth, sarah bucar, vanessa house, carolyn huffman, Yolanda paige, tanya white, Jo Zari 13 becky franklin, aubrey guastalli, kristin heminger, Jo salisbury, alex sanabria, donna vujnovic 14 lynn buckley, patrice conwright, J.d. drummonds, cheryl kennedy, dionne morris, selese neal, Jozetta nutter, lisa ribble, sherell sowho 15 olivia bradley, lisa ciak, pam harper, akeema richards, sara roberts, mandy ronay, kelly smith 20 debbie blazek, Jenny booth, asya Bussie, dana crone, kim davis, Jenny hillen, Johnna lyons, kathy miczulski, carol mousseau, cheryl puskarich 21 christie ammons, Jocelyn branham, korinne campbell, takisha granberry, Jean mewshaw, cathy parson, amber robinson, leslie sergy, latitia williams 22 kathy ball, mary grace carson, chakhia cole, cathy meadows, dora post, mary scott, christy smith, sarah wetmore 23 cindy booth, rebecca burbridge, alia clark, donna dewitt, Julie fain, kristen kilgore, ashley powell, sara roberts, Janice rowan, christy webb, marva wells, antishia Wright 24 lyn dechristopher, Judy eaton, Janet hoffman, elizabeth holbrook, debbie Jenkins, lisa morton, ann murray, beth shank 25 lynn buckley, rachel crawford, dee davis, Jess fisher, amanda keehan, susan muth, tina parry 30 lauren cooley, Jenny hillen, kim houser, marie malone, nina mollerup, monique mccoy, leslie sergy, kim tingley 31 donna abbott, alexis basil, sue duessel, laurie evans, Joanne herald, Zsofia horvath, monique mccoy, suzanne sartor, val Zona 32 candy cassis, dana crone, cynthia fullard, ramika mcgee, chris mcguire, sue schuesler, diane schmidt, melanie small, maria tchobanova, tonia Williams, cindy winegar 33 brandi calhoun, ayana dunning, Jan kiger, Yelena leuchanka, shannon monahan, cheryl puskarich, marianne rice, eartha white, lana whitehead 34 Janay armstrong, brandi batch, kim brown, Janell dunlap, mary hennen, celeste knaus, dora post, betsy shaw, anna tillman 35 connie blouse, natalie Burton, laurie evans, Janet hoffman, tameka kelly, Jean mewshaw, tracey slogik 40 cindy atman, pat hovorka, christy smith, cindy triplett 41 amanda baker, carla cyr, maria edwards, Jenni kurucz, kaye leighton, chris nebel, kate wells 42 olivia bradley, talisha hargis, beth persinger, patricia ryan, lori wilson, kate bulger 43 becky winovich crytser, lisa szymczak 44 Madina ali, christin annie, Janay armstrong, tricia fore, Jeriece lee, april lowry, marianne sullivan, katalin katanich 45 lisa cooper, amanda hayes, olayinka sanni, 50 dessie marinova, ranisha white 52 catherine barboza, Jodie runner 54 stephanie pannell Bold type indicates current players Letterwinners 1973-2009 a donna abbott, f ............ huntington, w.va. 1989-90-91-92c christie ammons, g ...... maidsville, w.va. .1994-95-96c-97c christin annie, f ............ clarksburg, w.va. ..........1998-99-00 cindy atman, c ............. pittsburgh, pa........................... 1976 B amanda baker, g ............thornton, ky. .............................. 1994 kathy ball, g ....................south point, ohio ....1979-80-81-82c catherine barboza, f .......delaware, ohio ..........1994-95-96-97 alexis basil, g ..................elkins, w.va. .............1984-85-86-87c brandi batch, f ................morton, pa. ..............1999-00-01-02c adrienne beard, f ...........gaithersburg, md. ................ 1997-98 debbie blazek, g .............bellaire, ohio .........1992-93-94c-95c connie blouse, f ..............dallastown, pa. ........................... 1980 alisha bogan, g ...............gulfport, miss. .................... 2001-02c cindy booth, g ................oak hill, w.va. ........1974-75-76c-77c Jenny booth, g ................hagerstown, md. ........................ 1981 olivia bradley, f ...............bradenton, fla. ........1982-83-84-85c Jocelyn branham, g ........martinsburg, w.va. ....1989-90-91-92 kim brown, f ...................wellsburg, w.va. ........1985-86-87-88 sarah bucar, g .................pittsburgh, pa. ............................ 2006 lynn buckley, g ...............wilmington, del. .............1974-75-76 kate bulger, g ..................pittsburgh, pa. .........2001-02-03-04c meg bulger, g..................pittsburgh, pa. .....2004-05-06, 2008c rebecca burbridge, g......morgantown, w.va. ..1996-97-98-99 natalie Burton, c ...... perth, australia.................. 2009 C brandi calhoun, f .......... henderson, ky. ..............1995-97-98 mary grace carson, f .... sutton, w.va. ...............2001-02-03c michelle carter, f .......... little rock, ark. .................2003-04c candy cassis, c .............. charleston, w.va. ..................... 1975 lisa ciak, c ..................... roselle park, n.J. ..... 1986-87-88-89 alia clark, g ................... newark, n.J. ............................. 2001 chakhia cole, g ............. marlton, n.J. .......... 2005-06-07-08c patrice conwright, g ..... lubbock, texas ....................1995-96 lauren cooley, f ............ charleston, w.va. ................1982-83 christy cooper, f ............ circleville, w.va. ..........1990-92-93c rachael crawford, g ...... hinton, w.va. ........................... 1975 dana crone, g................ fort ashby, w.va. ..............1982-83c becky crytser, g ............. pittsburgh, pa......1985-86-87c-88c carla cyr, c ..................... hallowell, maine .................1979-80
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info D dee davis, g................... wheeling, w.va. ................1985-86c kim davis, g .................. delbarton, w.va. .................1996-97 sparkle davis, g ............. decatur, ga. .........................2007-08 britney davis-white, g.. houston, texas ..................2006-07c lyn dechristopher, g..... morgantown, w.va. ................. 1994 donna dewitt, g ........... morgantown, w.va. ................. 1979 J.d. drummonds, g ....... hallandale, fla. .................1980-81c sue duessel, f ............... pittsburgh, pa......................1977-78 Janell dunlap, g ............ memphis, tenn..................2003-04c ashley dunn, g.............. mineral wells, w.va. ................. 2003 e Judy eaton, g................. parkersburg, w.va. .. 1986-87-88-89 laurie evans, g .............. uniontown, pa. ..... 1979-80-81-82c F Julie fain, g ................... clarksburg, w.va. ..................... 1989 linda findo, g ...................morgantown, w.va. . 1976-77-78c-79 Jess fisher, g .................. moorefield, w.va. ................... 2003c tricia fore, c ................... coolville, ohio .....................1992-93 becky franklin, g........... hopwood, pa. .......... 1976-77-78-79 g kate glusko, g ............... state college, pa....................200-05 kendra goodley, g ........ deerfield beach, fla. ...........2007-08 takisha granberry, g ..... charlotte, n.c. ........................ 2009c H talisha hargis, g ............ huntington, w.va.... 1995-96-97-98 pam harper, f ................ charleston, w.va. ..........1974-75-76 amanda hayes, g .......... columbus, ohio ...................1993-94 mary hennen, f ............ wheeling, w.va. .... 1976-77-78-79c Joanne herald, f ........... pittsburgh, pa......................1975-76 Jenny hillen, g .............. oakland, md. ......... 1986-87-88-89c Janet hoffman, f .......... greensburg, pa. ..... 1982-83-84-85c Zsofia horvath, f ........... budapest, hungary .............2001-02 kim houser, g ................ parkersburg, w.va. ................... 1984 pat hovorka, f ............... charleston, w.va. ................1979-80 carolyn huffman, g ...... waynesburg, pa. .................1974-75 karen hutson, g ............ parkersburg, w.va. ................... 1982 J michele Jaccar, g ........... ravenswood, w.va. .................. 1974 debbie Jenkins, c .......... morgantown, w.va. ......1980-81-82 lateefah Joye, g ............ brooklyn, n.Y. ......................2007-08 k katalin katanich, c ........ baja, hungary .......................... 2001 tameka kelly, f ............. pensacola, fla. .....................2006-07 cheryl kennedy, g ......... edison, n.J. ..........................1978-79 Jan kiger, f .................... morgantown, w.va. ......1977-78-79 celeste knaus, f ............ latrobe, pa. .............................. 1974 rosemary kosiorek, g ... baltimore, md. ..1989-90c-91c-92c darya kudryavtseva, g .. st. petersburg, russia ..... 2000-2001 Jenni kurucz, g .............. morgantown, w.va. ................. 1987 L christie lambert, f ........ shinnston, w.va. ... 1995-97-98-99c Jeriece lee, f ................. phoenix, ariz. ........................... 2005 Yelena leuchanka, c ..... gomel, belarus ....................... 2006c susan lefever, c ............ Zelienople, pa. .....................1974-75 kaye leighton, c ........... northport, mich. ... 1981-82-83-84c tamika louis, g ............. flint, mich................................. 1994 april lowry, f ................ ostrander, ohio ...................1994-96 Johnna lyons, g ............ elkview, w.va. .......................... 1980 M dessie marinova, c ........ varna, bulgaria .............1998-99-00 monique mccoy, f ......... pittsburgh, pa................1996-97-98 ramika mcgee, f .......... chattanooga, tenn. .................. 2005 chris mcguire, f ............ freehold, n.J........1992-93-94c-95c cathy meadows, g ........ charleston, w.va. ................1977-78 Jean mewshaw, f.......... grafton, w.va. ....... 1975-76-78-79c kathy miczulski, c ......... hillsborough, n.J. ................1978-79 sarah Miles, g .......... san antonio, texas ...........2009 nina mollerup, g ........... copenhagen, denmark ............ 2000 shannon monahan, g ... alexandria, minn. .................... 1993 dionne morris, g ........... pittsburgh, pa....1986-87c-88c-89c lisa morton, f ............... murrysville, pa. .............1977-78-79 carol mousseau, g ......... pittsburgh, pa..............1975-76-77c ann murray, c .....................scarborough, ontario..1990-91-92-93c susan muth, f....................morgantown, w.va. .. 1980-81-82-83c n selese neal, g ................ charleston, w.va. ..........1992-93-94 chris nebel, c ................ butler, pa. ............................1977-78 Jozetta nutter, g............ ravenswood, w.va. .................. 1974 o ilse opstaele, c .............. gent, belgium ......... 1996-97-98-99 laQuita owens, g .......... charlotte, n.c. ....... 2005-06-07-08c P Yolanda paige, g ........... virginia beach, va. 2002-03-04-05c cathy pancake, g ........... romney, w.va. ....................1987-88 tina parry, f .......................misasissauga, ontario ..1988-89-90-91 cathy parson, g ............. hagerstown, md. .. 1980-81-82-83c beth persinger, f ........... moundsville, w.va. .............1993-94 dora post, f ................... clarksburg, w.va. .... 1982-83-84-85 ashley powell, g ............ detroit, mich. ........ 2006-07-08-09c cheryl puskarich, g ....... cokesburg, pa. .....................1974-75 Q lori Quertinmont, g ...... point marion, pa. ..... 1990-91-92-93 R liz repella, g ........... steubenville, ohio .......2008-09 lisa ribble, g ................. beverly, ohio ......... 1982-83-84-85c marianne rice, f ........... parkersburg, w.va. ................... 1976 sara roberts, g .............. elizabeth, w.va...... 1974-75-76-77c donna rohaus, g .......... murrysville, pa. ........................ 1981 mandy ronay, g ................fairfax station, va. . 1997-98c-99c-00c Janice rowan, f ............ pittsburgh, pa................1985-86-87 Jodie runner, g ..................morgantown, w.va. .. 1990-91-92-93c patricia ryan, f .............. saranac, n.Y. ........................1980-81 S Jo salisbury, f ................ charleston, w.va. ................1974-75 alex sanabria, g ............ miami, fla. ............................... 2009 olayinka sanni, f ...............chicago heights, ill. . 2005-06-07c-08c suzanne sartor, c .......... lewisburg, w.va. .................1994-95 diane schmidt, g .......... sewickley, pa. ........................... 1981 susann schuesler, f....... marlton, n.J. ............................. 1976 mary scott, g ................. clay, w.va. ................................ 1975 leslie sergy, f ................ monroeville, pa. ..1974-75c-76c-77 beth shank, g ............... carlisle, pa. ....................1974-75-76 betsy shaw, f ................ eighty four, pa...................1980-81c tracey slogik, c.............. altoona, pa. ........... 1987-88-89-90c melania small, f ........... copley, ohio ........................2007-08 christy smith, f ............. new martinsville, w.va. ......1986-87 kelly smith, g ................ staley, n.c. ............................... 2008 sherell sowho, g ........... bristol, va. .............. 2002-03-04-05c marianne sullivan, c ..... mount lebanon, pa.............1987-88 lisa szymczak, f............ granger, ind. ........... 1993-94-95-96 t maria tchobanova, f ..... plovdiv, bulgaria ..... 1996-97-98-99 marlo thomas, f ............ bronx, n.Y. ...........1998-99-00c-01c anna tillman, f ............. cedarville, ohio ....... 1990-91-92-93 kim tingley, g ............... coudersport, pa. ..................1998-99 cindy triplett, f .................morgantown, w.va. . 1981-82-83-84c V donna vujnovic, g ......... weirton, w.va. ....................1978-79 W christy webb, f ............. fairlea, w.va. .....................1981-82c lisa weisenstein, c ........ cherry hill, n.J. ......................... 1974 georgeann wells, c ....... columbus, ohio ..... 1983-84-85-86c kate wells, f .................. alexandria, va. ......................... 1997 marva wells, f ............... columbus, ohio .............1983-84-85 eartha white, f ............. bay minnette, ala. ..............2002-03 ranisha white, f ........... charlotte, n.c. .......................... 2007 tanya white, g .............. charleston, w.va. ..................... 1978 lana whitehead, f ........ new brunswick, n.J. .1999-2000-01 lori wilson, f ................. parkersburg, w.va. .. 1989-90-91c-92c cindy winegar, g ........... ballston lake, n.Y. . 1977-78-79-80c latitia williams, f .......... monessen, pa. .....................2003-04 Z Jo Zari, g ........................ reynoldsburg, ohio 1988-89-90-91 val Zona, g .................... cranberry twp., pa. .................. 1999 158
  • m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 159 West Virginia University West virginia university .............................. 160 Wvu: a brief profile ...................................... 165 MorgantoWn, Wv ........................................... 166 Mountaineer athletic club .......................... 168 president dr. jaMes p. cleMents ................... 169 Wvu’s presidents ........................................... 169 director of athletics ed pastilong ............. 170 head coaches .................................................. 171 by the nuMbers .............................................. 172 Mountaineer excellence ............................... 173 athletic staff ................................................. 174
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info the mountaineer statue is patterned after the likeness of former wvu and nba great jerry west west virginia university is a leading 21st century land-grant institution that is improving people’s lives through teaching, discovery and outreach. the university’s top priority is education. here, teaching means much more than lecturing. wvu faculty are mentors who engage and involve students through service learning projects, hands-on research, the newest technology, study-abroad programs and innovative curricula. students emerge from wvu with a broad liberal arts education and a thorough preparation for successful careers. fall 2008 student enrollment on the main campus was 28,840, the highest in wvu history. and beyond record numbers, the incoming freshman class continued a pattern of increasingly high academic credentials. wvu offers 185 degree programs from the bachelor’s through the doctoral and first- professional levels. in 2007-08, wvu awarded 5,806 degrees. the university offers a wide array of majors, including a highly competitive doctoral program in physical therapy, the nation’s first entirely web- based integrated marketing communications master’s degree, and high quality engineering, education, business, agriculture, creative arts, and journalism programs. a partnership with the fbi created the world’s first university-level degree program in forensic and investigative science. students study the biology and chemistry of crime-fighting and prepare to create technologies that enhance safety in an ever more dangerous world. the schools of medicine, dentistry, nursing and pharmacy offer a wide range of health science programs at the robert c. byrd health sciences center. wvu is also home to the state’s only law school. wvu students receive more than $215 million a year in grants, loans, work study, fee waivers and scholarships. awards are based on financial need and academic ability. about 70 percent of wvu undergraduates receive some financial aid; almost half of the aid given to resident undergraduates is as grants and scholarships. donors to wvu have contributed to the institution’s growing national stature. in the past year, the wvu foundation disbursed over $43 million on behalf of the university, and over the past 10 years, it has provided wvu over $360 million in direct support. the foundation’s assets are in excess of $700 million and its endowment is in excess of $310 million. the state’s flagship university located in morgantown, wvu’s main campus is within easy traveling distance of the metropolitan areas of pittsburgh, pa., about 70 miles to the north, and baltimore and washington, d.c., about 200 miles to the east. morgantown itself is a comfortably sized community of more than 50,000, including wvu students. recently, national media outlets such as cnbc have spotlighted morgantown as an oasis of economic strength in the midst of a global recession. careerbuilder.com ranked the city as one of the “25 best cities to find a Job.” in recent years, morgantown has earned 160
  • 161w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo many other accolades. the city was named the no. 1 one small city in america by bizJournals. com and the best small city in the east by prometheus publications. forbes magazine named morgantown the nation’s 5th “best small metro,” and inc., an online entrepreneurial website and magazine, ranked it 15th in “overall best cities.” kiplinger’s personal finance magazine listed it 29th among “50 smart places to live.” recreational and job opportunities were among the factors men’s Journal cited in naming morgantown the nation’s third-best small city. a parenting magazine ranked monongalia county as having one of the country’s top 100 school districts. and wvu’s campus offers one of the nation’s safest college environments—reader’s digest ranked it 18th among 135 u.s. colleges and universities and gave wvu an a for its strong commitment to safety. wvu’s main morgantown location includes three distinct campuses — downtown, evansdale and the health sciences campus. the personal rapid transit (prt) system—named top people-mover in the nation — has shuttled people among the campuses since the u.s. department of transportation built it 30 years ago. wvu was named one of the nation’s “best workplaces for commuters” for its innovative and effective transportation services for employees and students. the university strives constantly to improve its facilities to offer students a top-notch living and learning experience. several buildings on the downtown downtown campus
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info campus have recently undergone complete renovations to meet the educational needs of 21st century learners. colson hall now houses the department of english. a $28 million renovation turned brooks hall into an environmentally friendly “green building” that houses the department of geology and geography. oglebay hall, one of ten campus buildings on the national register of historic places, underwent a $23 million renovation to become a state-of-the- art home to wvu’s forensic and investigative science program. a new lecture hall, ming hsieh hall, opened adjacent to oglebay. cutting-edge learning tools also await students at the downtown campus library. group viewing rooms with large plasma screens and wireless keyboards enable students to craft team presentations or watch assigned films on dvd. at other study areas, powerful pcs offer blazing internet connections. the library also provides laptops with wireless internet connections for use throughout the building. in the life sciences building, psychology and biology students learn in sophisticated research labs and multimedia-equipped lecture halls. the building houses a computer lab, therapy and observation rooms and a greenhouse. to help students maintain physical and mental health, the student recreation center offers a six-lane lap pool and a warmer leisure pool; a 20-person whirlpool; seven courts for basketball, volleyball, and badminton; fitness machines and free weights covering 17,000 square feet; and a 50-foot climbing wall. in 2006, lincoln hall opened as wvu’s first residence hall to operate on an innovative residential college model. another new residence hall is opening this summer to house high achieving students who participate in the wvu honors college. not all wvu students are in morgantown. potomac state college in keyser and wvu institute of technology in montgomery are divisions of wvu. the wvu robert c. byrd health sciences center has divisions in charleston and martinsburg. wvu offers many online courses and degree programs for students and professionals around the world. exceptional faculty and students the wvu community takes pride in its top-notch faculty. many are nationally and internationally recognized experts in their fields. in the past 19 years, the carnegie foundation for the advancement of teaching has honored 16 wvu faculty as west virginia professors of the Year. eight wvu faculty have been named professor of the Year by the faculty merit foundation, and university faculty consistently win fulbright grants that provide teaching and research opportunities around the globe. the work of outstanding teachers is reflected in students’ accomplishments. wvu has produced 25 rhodes scholars. many students have received other prestigious scholarships; wvu students have received 20 truman scholarships, 32 goldwater scholarships, two udall scholarships and two marshall scholarships. in 2006, a wvu student was the only person in the nation to win the goldwater and the truman awards; in 2009, a previous wvu truman scholarship winner received the goldwater scholarship and placement on usa today’s all-usa college academic first team. wvu is a truman honor institution — only 17 schools earned that distinction in 1996, the inaugural year. wvu students are nurtured and challenged. the university honors college involves about 1,400 students each year. wvu’s commitment to students does not focus solely on the high achiever, however. the university supports all students by continually improving the libraries, providing learning centers, computer labs, health service, a counseling center, a disabilities office, a career planning and placement center and an array of other student services. the center for civic engagement helps students help others while growing intellectually through service-learning projects and trips. wvu offers a comprehensive first-Year experience to help students adjust to college life. advising, entertainment, and some classes take place in the residence halls, and faculty mentors live next door to help students make the most of their wvu experience. the adventure wv program is an outdoor orientation for first-year students at wvu. it offers participants challenging and exciting experiences and opportunities to learn about themselves, future classmates, wvu, and west virginia. a ceremony welcomes freshmen to campus each fall and introduces them to the university’s academic opportunities. the campus also celebrates the start of the academic year with fallfest, a major concert and activities that include film festivals, comedy acts, and more. wvup all night offers students free refreshments and safe, fun weekend activities. the unique mountaineer parents club, which has chapters throughout west virginia and across the nation, connects parents with campus life and provides support and encouragement to students. the club currently involves more than 20,000 families. a toll-free helpline (1-800-wvu-0096) enables parents to seek information or share compliments, suggestions and concerns. to enhance campus life, the university secures a wide range of entertainment — big- 162
  • 163w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo name concerts and lecturers, films, cultural events, art exhibits and special events such as homecoming, mountaineer week (a tribute to appalachian culture), and fall family weekend. many events, such as the festival of ideas lecture series, expose students to a rich diversity of cultures, theories and ideas. and, with more than 300 student organizations flourishing — including academic, service, political, religious and recreational groups — every student has a chance for extracurricular involvement. a unique student athletic boosters club, the mountaineer maniacs, supports 17 varsity sports programs. an award-winning marching band, some 325 members strong, is a source of pride statewide. wvu is committed to promoting diversity on campus and protecting the rights of all people to benefit from wvu educational opportunities. onewvu is an initiative that draws upon the popularity of wvu athletics to raise awareness about diversity. creating neW KnoWledge since its founding in 1867 as a land-grant institution, wvu has developed into the state’s flagship research university. the carnegie foundation for the advancement of teaching classified wvu as a research university (high research activity). university faculty members secure $141 million annually in sponsored contracts and research grants. wvu faculty members are studying gene mapping, developing new anti-cancer and anti- diabetic drugs, helping forensic investigators solve crimes, creating better materials for building bridges and conducting other cutting- edge research to help improve people’s lives. the state of west virginia has created a research trust fund to leverage public and private investments that will transform west virginia’s economy. wvu will be able to tap into this fund to double private gifts that support research in key areas linked to economic development, health care and job growth. wvu is focusing its efforts on research in energy, health and biomedical sciences and security and intelligence. wvu, historically a leader in energy research, is poised to help our nation become energy independent and more environmentally responsible. through the university’s new advanced energy initiative, more than 100 skilled faculty members are performing research on issues such clean power generation, innovative coal extraction technology, and high efficiency engine and vehicle technology. they have executed nearly $100 million in energy- related research during the past four years alone. researchers at wvu’s robert c. byrd health sciences center contribute to the health of the state and the world through cutting-edge projects that are focused on areas of health that are especially important to west virginia. wvu is also the home of the blanchette rockefeller neurosciences institute, dedicated to the study of alzheimer’s and other diseases that affect the brain.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info the university’s international leadership in biometrics led the fbi to name wvu its lead academic partner in biometrics research. besides having worldwide significance on security issues, this partnership provides wvu students with an academic opportunity unmatched at any other institution in the united states. at wvu today, there are more than 60 specialized research centers and institutes. serving the state sharing wvu knowledge with state citizens and the nation is a major component of the land-grant mission. for nearly 100 years, west virginians have trusted their wvu extension service agents to be their local source of reliable and timely information. working with more than 336,000 youths and adults each year, wvu’s extension service helps people improve their lives in all 55 counties of west virginia. with an office in each county, wvu extension faculty and staff are nurturing learning partnerships with families, businesses and local organizations. these partnerships bring results. families live healthier, more satisfying lives; youths who “learn by doing” in 4-h develop leadership skills; farmers and others use resources more wisely; local firefighters and first-responders employ the latest rescue techniques; and citizens revitalize their communities. the four health sciences schools at wvu train hundreds of west virginians to serve as doctors, dentists, nurses, pharmacists, therapists, and health technicians. all health sciences students have access to the high- tech facilities on campus and participate in educational experiences in rural and urban areas of west virginia. wvu’s health professionals serve more than a quarter-million people each year, at three medical campuses in morgantown, charleston and the eastern panhandle. in morgantown, the wvu hospitals complex includes a children’s hospital, a psychiatric hospital, a trauma center, a cancer center and the state’s most advanced diagnostic and treatment facilities. the wvu eye institute provides the entire state with vision-related health services. the mountainlair is the center of student activity on the downtown campus 164
  • 165w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo students wvu’s main campus fall 2008 enrollment was 28,840. aluMni a new erickson alumni center has opened as a gathering place for the more than 170,000 worldwide alumni. degree prograMs wvu offers 185 bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and professional degree programs. divisional caMpuses potomac state college of wvu; wvu institute of technology health sciences center divisions charleston division, health sciences center, charleston, w.va.; eastern division, health sciences center, martinsburg, w.va. Major acadeMic divisions davis college of agriculture, forestry, and consumer sciences; eberly college of arts and sciences; college of business and economics; college of creative arts; school of dentistry; college of engineering and mineral resources; college of human resources and education; perley isaac reed school of Journalism; college of law; school of medicine; school of nursing; school of pharmacy; college of physical activity and sport sciences visitors resource center at wvu’s visitors resource center, located in morgantown’s wharf district, guests can learn about the university through exciting interactive displays. the center’s hours of operation are: monday through friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., saturday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (except home football game days). hours may change during recognized university holidays. guided tours leave the visitors resource center monday through friday at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. and on most saturdays at 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. tours are approximately two hours long, and reservations are required. for more information or to schedule a tour, see http://www.visit.wvu. edu/ or call (304) 293-3489. adMission inforMation information is available from the office of admissions and records, po box 6090, west virginia university, morgantown, wv 26506- 6090; or call (304) 293-2121 or visit wvu on the web: http://www.wvu.edu; e-mail: go2wvu@ mail.wvu.edu. Mountaineer parents club helpline receive information or share comments by calling 1-800-wvu-0096. someone will respond within one business day if possible. A Brief profile
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Morgantown, W.va. as the “scenic mountain home of west virginia university,” morgantown is at the very heart of mountaineer country. it is also among west virginia’s fastest growing metropolitan areas. in its may 2006 “boomtowns ‘06” edition, kiplinger’s magazine ranked morgantown as the “twenty-ninth smartest place to live” among all u.s. cities with populations under 150,000. most recently, in march of 2009, forbes personal finance magazine recognized morgantown as the “third best place for business and careers” in u.s. cities and the sporting news recognized morgantown as one of its top “best sporting cities.” the greater morgantown area offers a unique blend of vitality and culture in a friendly atmosphere and has been commended for its low cost of living, excellent health care, low crime rate and easy accessibility. situated at the intersection of interstate 68 and 79, morgantown is located within a short day’s drive of half the nation’s population. Just like real estate, outdoor recreation is all about location, location, location. and morgantown, nestled deep within the appalachian countryside, delivers a mountain of opportunities. from peddling to paddling - not to mention swinging a golf club or casting a fishing line - several options enable visitors to assemble a mix-and-match sampler of favorite pastimes and exciting new experiences. there’s no need to leave the city limits to start enjoying fresh-air activities: nature is intertwined into the very fabric of this riverside community. the caperton trail, which runs along the monongahela river for several miles, rolls past hazel ruby mcQuain riverfront park and amphitheater (a waterfront cultural and entertainment hub), the wvu core arboretum, and historic downtown. the caperton trail welcomes biking enthusiasts and connects to the mon river trail and the decker’s creek trail, which has a 1,000 foot incline to nearby preston county. this beautiful rail trail system allows bikers, joggers and walkers to view landscape of lush rhododendron (wv state flower) and tumbling waterfalls, foul and fauna. for high intensity adventure, try class iv or v white water rafting in nearby preston county along the cheat river or big sandy river. outfitters run family-friendly class iii trips, and include rock climbing and paintball. returning south off of interstate 68, about 15 minutes outside of morgantown, coopers rock state forest features a panoramic overlook of the cheat river gorge that is absolutely breathtaking and an ideal spot for a picture. 166
  • 167w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo • that six city parks cover 272 acres in Morgantown? • that the Caperton Trail named after former West Virginia governor Gaston Caperton, was converted from former railroad to recreational trails and winds along the Monongahela River for eight miles and is perfect for walking, running, biking or rollerblading? • that Morgantown is committed to economic development? With plans such as the Morgantown Area Economic Partnership and (MAP) Monongalia County Development Authority (MCDA), new and existing businesses can find assistance in such areas as capital financing, employee recruitment and training, sites and buildings, international trade a community and economic data. • that Morgantown was voted the best small city east of the Mississippi River and the third best small city in the U.S. in 1998 and again voted as the best small city in 2000? • the city’s Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) system was the first of its kind in the world? • that Morgantown pays tribute to four of the most prominent people to come through the University City? Don Knotts, Jerry West, Milan Puskar and Don Nehlen each have streets named after them. Did you KnoW... next door is chestnut ridge state park and both offer mountain biking and hiking on trails that go thru dense forest, along valleys and ridges, and streams. try bouldering in “rock city” too. the area is rich in heritage as well, that offers history buffs ample opportunities to explore the diverse architectural, commercial and social heritage. historic walking tours, glass production and coal history to the first new deal community created by former first lady, eleanor roosevelt in 1933 in preston county. lodging is seldom an issue for visitors. morgantown offers a deep and diverse inventory of overnight accommodations-from budget to decidedly upscale, and from lodges to cabins, all coinciding with ample meeting and event facilities and space. if you are traveling from a great distance, morgantown’s municipal airport offers shuttle flights to morgantown an average of ten times a day. if you find yourself without a car, chartered and scheduled bus services are offered to and from morgantown. the mountain line transit authority provides many routes around town. it also provides the grey line with a daily trip to pittsburgh, about an hour away. but the most unique way to get around, or like a college student, is to travel by prt, wvu’s own personal rapid transit system. as the city continues to grow, so does the nightlife, shopping, dining, big east sports and many scheduled events that continue to call morgantown home. it is not only a city with a variety of events throughout the year but also a place where you can hike a forest trail, raft a wild river, browse quaint shops, feast at great restaurants, or attend a show or art exhibit. these things are available all year around. contact the greater morgantown convention & visitors bureau for area information or to request a free visitors’ guide or log onto www.tourmorgantown.com to access their calendar of events online.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Mountaineer athletic club The Mountaineer Athletic Club is the fundraising organization within the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics at West Virginia University. The MAC’s mission is to provide annual scholarship support to West Virginia University student-athletes and raise private support for capital projects, endowments and other needs as prioritized by the WVU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. annual giving and season ticKet priority by participating as a mac donor through the season ticket priority program, you not only receive exclusive, members-only benefits, but also play an important role in ensuring the quality of the athletic program. annual gifts enhance season ticket sales, provide financial support for the student-athlete scholarship endowment program and assure mac donors of season-to-season preferred seating opportunities in football and men’s basketball. Joining the mac does not obligate you to purchase priority location season tickets for wvu football and/or men’s basketball, although we hope donors will choose to exercise this option. for information on the mac annual giving and ticket priority programs, call 1-800-433-2072 or visit mountaineerathleticclub.com. supporting olyMpic sports philanthropic gifts to benefit our olympic sports programs truly do make a difference and are sincerely appreciated by our coaches and student- athletes. similar to major gifts, contributions to our olympic sports (baseball, women’s cross country and track, gymnastics, women’s rowing, rifle, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, women’s tennis, volleyball and wrestling) are tax-deductible. our coaches and student-athletes in these sports rely on private support for locker room improvements, equipment purchases and many other expenses not covered in their operating budgets. 1100 club the 1100 club was founded in 2001 by a small group of loyal wvu alumni and friends who possessed a common drive to provide mountaineer football with the resources necessary to successfully recruit “blue- chip” student-athletes at the regional and national level. 1100 club funds help offset the escalating costs associated specifically with airplane travel during ncaa-sanctioned football recruiting periods. support of the 1100 club allows mountaineer football to recruit and compete for the best football student-athletes in the country and to provide them with all of the tools necessary to be successful once they arrive at wvu. all 1100 club members receive an annual recognition gift, quarterly newsletter, and interaction opportunities with head coach bill stewart and the mountaineer football staff. members of the 1100 club take pride that their involvement truly has an impact on mountaineer football’s quest for big east championships and national prominence. basKetball legacy fund the basketball legacy fund has been created to offset two ever-increasing costs associated with top flight basketball programs: recruiting and team travel. similar to the mission of football’s 1100 club, all funds in support of basketball legacy will go directly towards ensuring that coach bob huggins, coach mike carey and their staffs have the necessary resources to recruit top-tier basketball student-athletes to wvu. funds will also help support chartered team air travel throughout the season and may be used for facility and locker room improvements. varsity club former mountaineers number in the thousands and the wvu varsity club provides a means for all former wvu student-athletes and coaches to remain in contact with their athletic programs and teammates. the varsity club exists for the exclusive benefit of former wvu student-athletes and to ensure a bright future for generations of mountaineers to come. Wheels club the wheels club is comprised of automobile dealers who contribute cars to the department of intercollegiate athletics for use in recruiting and travel by the mountaineer staff. their support keeps the mountaineers moving in the right direction. wheels club members receive mac benefits and are recognized in the mac annual giving and season ticket priority program according to the value of the vehicle(s) provided. Major gift prograMs Capital improvements west virginia university has embarked on an aggressive athletic facilities capital improvement plan. this investment will allow wvu teams to be competitive at a high level, improve recruiting efforts and increase revenue opportunities while enhancing fan comfort. all-ameriCan soCiety recognition in the mountaineer athletic club’s all-american society is reserved exclusively for those who have gone the extra mile in support of the mountaineers. all major gifts and pledges to the intercollegiate athletic department at west virginia university, above and beyond ticket priorities, that match or exceed $50,000, qualify for all-american society status. all-american society donors are invited to exclusive events with mountaineer coaches and administrators throughout the year and recognized on campus. in addition, all-american society donors are recognized at the highest levels in all mac, game day and departmental publications. all-american society gifts do not offer season ticket priority, although they may have an impact on season ticket and parking locations should donors also participate in the mountaineer athletic club’s annual giving program. endowed sCholarships increasing athletic scholarship endowments for student-athletes at west virginia university will allow mountaineer coaches to continue to recruit the highest-caliber athletes while offsetting the rising cost of tuition. endowing a scholarship creates a sense of pride in knowing that you have helped fund not only a student-athlete’s education, but also enhanced an athletic dream. Jerry west soCiety created in 1996 and named after west virginia university’s most-famous athlete, the Jerry west society is currently comprised of friends of wvu who believe a strong intercollegiate athletic program can increase the university’s national visibility while enhancing individual character and campus spirit. planned giving through the Jerry west society is vital to the long-term future of mountaineer athletics. methods of giving include bequests, trusts, annuities, directed retirement assets, life insurance and real estate. the mac can provide you the necessary language to ensure that your planned gift intentions are clearly expressed. special events CoaChes Caravan the annual coaches caravan includes stops across the state that enables mountaineer fans to meet with west virginia university coaches and members of the athletic staff in a casual environment. proceeds from the coaches caravan benefit the wvu student-athlete scholarship fund. 168
  • “from academics to athletics, from student organizations to public service, and from faculty awards to staff achievements, we absolutely have a lot to be proud of at West virginia university.” -President Clements, State of the University Address 169w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Dr. James P. cleMents James p. clements believes that great universities must operate on the principles of shared governance and community engagement in order to solve problems. since becoming west virginia university’s 23rd president on June 30, 2009, dr. clements has worked diligently to lay a foundation of cooperation for wvu, strengthening local and global partnerships that not only produce meaningful results for the university, but provide lasting benefits for all west virginians. dr. clements often says that no university in the country means as much to its state as wvu means to west virginia. in order to fortify that relationship, he plans to continue positioning the university as a 21st century land-grant institution, providing innovative academic and wellness programs for students, technologically advanced research for use around the globe and substantial service and health-care initiatives for the community. to achieve that vision, dr. clements invited input on a strategic plan, a proposal that will provide direction for the next 10 years, and establishes the groundwork for the next 100. the responses to his “share Your vision” survey formed themes around seven key areas that impact the vitality and reputation of the university: academic and faculty excellence, research, undergraduate education, graduate education, state impact, health care and multiculturalism and internationalization. dr. clements has already announced several initiatives in support of the plan, including: creating a grants budget office to assist researchers; hiring 100 new faculty members to achieve goals directly related to wvu’s mission; building a new student health facility to increase wellness efforts; dedicating $1.5 million from capital funds to expand recreational space for students; and increasing research to position the university as a leader in fields such as energy, biometrics and health sciences. additional priorities will be to continue offering world-class health care and to increase state outreach in the health sciences, to find more efficient and effective ways to use technology to drive progress, to increase the diversity of wvu’s learning community and to develop an even broader global focus in preparing students for new international opportunities. he also plans to focus on increasing student president retention, increasing wvu’s doctoral program enrollment, enhancing leadership development and increasing operating funds, among other goals. dr. clements’ previous experience in higher education demonstrates his ability to help achieve these objectives, guiding wvu to continued stability, growth and prominence. before joining the mountaineer family, dr. clements served as provost and vice president at towson university, the second largest public university in maryland. under his leadership, towson developed academic and student support programs that led to impressive increases in enrollment as well as retention and graduation rates. towson’s externally-funded research increased by 36 percent during dr. clements’ tenure as provost. prior to becoming provost, he served as towson university’s vice president for economic and community outreach and as the robert w. deutsch distinguished professor and chair of the department of computer & information sciences. he was a four-time recipient of towson’s faculty member of the Year award given by students at the university. with a background in computer science, dr. clements also brings technological savvy to his role as president. he has a b.s. in computer science and an m.s. and ph.d. in operations analysis from the university of maryland baltimore county (umbc), as well as an m.s. in computer science from Johns hopkins university. his project management textbook, in its fourth edition, is used in more than 20 countries and is published in four languages. in october 2009, he was named umbc’s alumnus of the Year in the engineering and information technology category. dr. clements chairs the boards of the wvu research corporation, the west virginia united health system, wvu hospitals and the west virginia clinical and translational science institute executive advisory board. he also serves as an ex- officio member of the wvu foundation and wvu alumni association boards. he is married to beth clements, and they have four children – tyler, twin daughters hannah and maggie, and grace. framed by wvu’s downtown campus on a beautiful fall day, the clements family is proud to now be a part of the mountaineer family. (left to right): twins maggie and hannah, tyler, beth, grace and Jim clements
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Ed pastilong it is truly a great time to be a mountaineer. Just ask west virginia university director of athletics ed pastilong. never has total athletic success befallen morgantown quite like it has over the last six years. and it’s all happened under pastilong’s watch. during his 20-year tenure, pastilong has spearheaded wvu’s growth into one of the nation’s finest athletic departments on and off the playing fields as it competes in 17 varsity sports. he’s done this through leadership efforts in meeting the demands of running a top-tier organization by keeping up with the times. his vision has helped guide, mold and shape the student-athlete experience into a positive one here at wvu through a successful, across-the- board, total athletic program. during his tenure, pastilong has spearheaded more than $65 million in facility renovations, witnessed the department’s budget increase from $20 million to more than $40 million, steered wvu into the big east football conference in 1991 and into full-fledged member status in the league in 1995. he also initiated the athletic director’s academic honor roll, where more than 4,000 student-athletes have been recognized for outstanding work in the classroom, and the wvu sports hall of fame, where 120 former mountaineers have been so honored. the facility upgrades and capital improvements alone have been staggering. since 1989, wvu has made tremendous strides to its football facility, mountaineer field at milan puskar stadium. suites to three sides of the stadium, touchdown terrace, the caperton indoor practice facility, new locker rooms, the reynolds family academic center and the donald J. brohard hall of traditions highlight the making of wvu’s football facility into one of the nation’s finest. other facility improvements under pastilong’s tenure include renovations to the wvu coliseum and hawley field and the construction of dick dlesk soccer stadium, cary gym for mountaineer gymnastics and a state-of-the-art wrestling facility. and a new basketball practice facility is on the horizon in the near future. on the playing fields, the last six years have arguably been the most successful in the history of west virginia university athletics. as proof, look no farther than wvu’s no. 30 national ranking in the u.s. sports academy director’s cup, the school’s best-ever finish in 2008. success hasn’t just been limited to on the field, either, as community service has also been at the forefront of wvu’s recent successes. all of wvu’s sports are involved in various levels of community service from the football team and its affiliation with the wvu children’s hospital to the women’s basketball and gymnastics teams being involved in breast cancer awareness through national “think pink” initiatives. other varsity sports volunteer their time at local elementary schools’ read-a-louds and at other various community service initiatives. there’s no doubt that west virginia university is currently experiencing a golden era. with great leadership, tremendous insight and a heartwarming personality, ed pastilong can proudly claim it all happened on his watch. pastilong joined the athletic department as football recruiting coordinator in 1976 and two years later became its scholarship officer. in 1979, he was named assistant athletic director for facilities and operations. he spearheaded the planning and management of all home athletic contests, as well as the scheduling and the maintenance of the coliseum and stadium; pastilong was also on the board for the planning and building of mountaineer field. he remained director of athletic facilities until his promotion to associate athletic director in 1987. prior to west virginia, pastilong served football coaching stints at scott high in madison, w.va., and at salem college, where he tutored the tigers from 1969-75, winning more games than any other west virginia intercollegiate athletic conference team during that period. he was also the school’s dean of health and physical education from 1972-75. he received his bachelor’s degree from wvu in physical education in 1966, and later earned a master’s degree from wvu. as a mountaineer player, pastilong lettered in 1964 and 1965, completing 37 of 115 passes for 728 yards and six touchdowns. pastilong and his wife, mona, have two daughters kim defelice and her husband, anthony, and amy richter and her husband, pat, and four grandsons, michael and nick defelice and ryan and shawn richter. the pastilong family front row (left to right): michael and nick defelice, mona and ed pastilong, shawn and ryan richter back row (left to right): kim and anthony defelice, amy and pat richter director of athletics 170
  • 171w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Head coaches bob huggins men’s basketball jimmy King rowing nicole izzo-brown women’s soccer linda burdette gymnastics veronica hammersmith volleyball jon hammond rifle bill stewart football craig turnbull wrestling Marlon leblanc men’s soccer vic riggs swimming and diving greg van Zant baseball Marc Walters women’s tennis Mike carey women’s basketball sean cleary cross country and track
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info By the nuMbers Wvu athletics 2008-09 team reCord baseball ........................................................................ 37-18 men’s basketball .......................... 23-12, ncaa tournament cross country ......................................4th place ncaa finish women’s basketball ..................18-15, wnit second round cross country .....................................4th-place ncaa finish football ............................................................................ 9-4 meineke car care bowl champions (final ap ranking no. 23) gymnastics .........................................15-8, 1 ncaa qualifier rifle .............................................11-1, national champions (final coaches ranking no. 1) rowing ..............................................................8th big east men’s soccer ..................................................................5-9-5 women’s soccer ......................14-3-6, ncaa second round (final coaches ranking no. 14) men’s swimming and diving.................. 4-10, 4th big east women’s swimming .............................. 4-11, 5th big east tennis ............................................................................. 9-17 track ..............................................6 ncaa indoor qualifiers, 3 ncaa outdoor qualifiers volleyball ....................................................................... 7-21 wrestling .........................................8-4-2, 5 ncaa qualifiers individual aWards 2008-09 First team all-ameriCans Marie-louise asselin - cross country Keri bland - cross country carolyn blank - women’s soccer brandi eskew - nra clara grandt - outdoor track andy lamson - nra Kyle smith - nra bryant Wallizer - nra pat White - playboy national Champions rifle team big east Champions Kayla andrews - swimming Marie louise-asselin - cross country Women’s soccer - american division champions Morgan callaway - swimming lindsey largo - swimming Michael Walker - swimming ewl Champion Kurt brenner (174) - wrestling espn the magazine/Cosida aCademiC all-ameriCan First team alex ruoff - basketball seCond team doug slavonic - football third team Marie-louise asselin- cross country/track andy lamson - rifle espn the magazine/Cosida aCademiC all-distriCt - First team Marie-louise asselin - cross country/track andy lamson - rifle liz repella - women’s basketball alex ruoff - men’s basketball doug slavonic - football ryan stanchek - football - seCond team Keri bland - cross country/track deana everett - women’s soccer robin rushton - women’s soccer maJor award winners Keri bland - women’s indoor track, big east most outstanding performer carolyn blank - women’s soccer, big east midfielder of the Year, big east all-tournament team Morgan callaway - women’s swimming, big east most outstanding performer jedd gyorko - ncbwa district ii player of the Year erica henderson - big east all-tournament team Zach johnson - men’s soccer, big east goalkeeper of the Year pat Mcafee - ray guy award national finalist sarah Miles - big east most improved player Mehgan Morris - eagl outstanding senior gymnast alex ruoff - big east sportsmanship award and big east men’s basketball scholar athlete of the Year pat White - meineke car care bowl and senior bowl mvp all-big east alexandra acker - track and field Kayla andrews - swimming and diving Marie-louise asselin - cross country greer barnes - women’s soccer vince belnome - baseball scooter berry - football Keri bland - cross country ,track and field carolyn blank - women’s soccer and all- tournament payton brooks - swimming and diving da’sean butler - men’s basketball Morgan callaway - swimming and diving chelsea carrier - track and field Kaylin christoper - track and field amanda cicchini - women’s soccer Mike dent - football noel devine - football dan dibartolomeo - baseball devin ebanks - men’s basketball chris enourato - baseball deanna everett - women’s soccer george farquhar - swimming and diving takisha granberry - women’s basketball clara grandt - cross country billy gross - baseball jedd gyorko - baseball Kate harrison - track and field erica henderson - women’s soccer (all- tournament) Mortty ivy - football Zach johnson - men’s soccer sarah Kosmak - swimming and diving ellis lankster - football lindsey largo - swimming and diving austin Markel - baseball and all-tournament pablo Marmolejo - swimming and diving gift Maworere - men’s soccer pat Mcafee - football (punter and kicker) blake Miller - women’s soccer Megan Mischler - women’s soccer Maritza paredes - swimming and diving justin parks - baseball shaunna purtell - swimming and diving liz repella - women’s basketball april rotilio - track and field alex ruoff - men’s basketball jock sanders - football stephanie shupe - swimming and diving alison spiker - track and field ryan stanchek - football tobias streich - baseball jaryn studer - swimming and diving jarryd summers - baseball Michael Walker - swimming and diving pat White - football all-mid atlantiC Marie-louise asselin - cross country greer barnes - women’s soccer Keri bland - cross country Kaylyn christoper - cross country amanda cicchini - women’s soccer clara grandt - cross country caroyln blank - women’s soccer Kate harrison - cross country ahna lewis - cross country all-eagl Mehgan Morris - gymnastics amy bieski - gymnastics naja johnson - gymnastics Kiersten spoerke - gymnastics chelsi tabor - gymnastics shelly purkat - gymnastics nicole roach - gymnastics emily Kerwin - gymnastics tina Maloney - gymnastics all-garC brandi eskew - rifle Michael Kulbacki - rifle andy lamson - rifle justin pentz - rifle tommy santelli - 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  • 173w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo Mountaineer excellence excellence in mountaineer athletics flourished yet again in 2008-09 for west virginia university, continuing a six year run that few other periods of time in the department’s history can rival as more successful. rifle won its 14th ncaa championship and first since 1998 with a comeback performance for the ages on day two of the event. coach Jon hammond garnered crca coach the Year honors while seven mountaineers were named all- americans in an 11-1 season. cross country finished fourth at the ncaa championships, marking its highest ever finish at the event in school history. marie-louise asselin and keri bland garnered all-america honors along the way while asselin became wvu’s first ever individual big east champion. six runners earned all-mid atlantic honors. football posted a 9-4 record, defeated north carolina in the meineke car care bowl and finished in the nation’s top 25 for the fourth consecutive season. Quarterback patrick white set 23 wvu, big east and ncaa records, ending his career as the all-time leading rushing quarterback in college football history and the first to ever win four consecutive bowl games as a starter. white earned bowl mvp honors for the third straight season and earned senior bowl mvp honors as well. ten mountaineers garnered all-big east accolades. kicker pat mcafee was a ray guy award national finalist as well as a walter camp all- american with teammate ryan stanchek. alex ruoff, da’sean butler and devin ebanks garnered all-big east accolades in leading the men’s basketball team to the ncaa tournament for the fourth time in the last five years with a 23- 12 record. ruoff garnered espn the magazine all- american first team honors as well as the big east sportsmanship and scholar of the Year awards. women’s soccer qualified for its ninth consecutive ncaa tournament and won the big east’s american division championship with a 14-3-6 record. greer barnes attained all-america and all-big east honors while teammate carolyn blank was named the league’s midfielder of the Year. seven mountaineers in all garnered all-big east honors. women’s basketball qualified for the postseason wnit with an 18-15 record. sarah miles earned the big east’s most improved award while liz repella and takisha granberry garnered all-big east second team accolades. the duo also became just the second set of teammates in school history to each amass 500 or more points in the same season. gymnastics qualified for its 26th ncaa regional behind the senior mehgan morris, who was named the eagl’s outstanding senior gymnast. she was joined by eight other teammates on the all-conference list. the team posted a 15-8 overall record with a remarkable 10-2 eagl conference mark. outdoor track finished third at the ecac championships, tying a school record for the highest finish at the event in school history. baseball finished third in the big east, tying a school record for most regular season wins with 36. men’s soccer player Zach Johnson was named the big east goalkeeper of the Year, while teammate gift maworere earned all-league honors. kurt brenner won an ewl championship at 174 pounds while morgan calloway was named the big east’s most outstanding women’s swimming performer. a program-best six mountaineers qualified for the ncaa indoor track & field championship while rowing and volleyball made great strides in preparing for their futures.
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Athletic staff joyce bucklew business managergame- day parking director pam bryan accounting assistant tammy cavender travel coordinator jerry bowermaster business manager judy cress administrative assistant sue davis varsity sports ruby shrout business manager cindy smith varsity sports gary Waters senior accountant jenna huggins program assistant Mike parsons deputy director of athletics garrett ford associate athletic director terri howes associate athletic director russ sharp senior associate athletic director Michael fragale assistant athletic director - communications niles eggleston assistant athletic director - development cathy Martin director’s office brad howe assistant athletic director - marketing patrick hairston assistant athletic director - compliance adMinistration business office sports MarKeting Matt Wells sports marketing director nathaniel Zinn assistant sports marketing director eQuipMent bubba schmidt equipment manager steve bierer assistant equipment manager tricia lanum assistant equipment manager 174
  • 175w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo j locklier senior director of development for athletics Matt borman director of major gifts casey cunningham development associate gary Mcpherson senior director of development for athletics john Matsko director of development for athletics frank oliverio director of development for athletics jan runner development coordinator lisa thomas administrative secretary Kim glass program assistant dr. paul downey educational counselor dr. ed etzel psychologist for athletics erica Wycherley educational counselor ehren green educational counselor Mountaineer athletic club student services athletic training debby travinski ticket manager delania bierer director, premium seating Kelli gatian assistant ticket manager ryan Mayer ticket assistant derek schrock assistant ticket manager ticKet office jordan blizzard assistant director of compliance harley King compliance coordinator chad Wall director of compliance coMpliance donna beatty athletic training randy Meador coordinator, athletic training services
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info bill chesslo maintenace jim ford maintenance jim hartley maintenance ralph shrout maintenance bryan deem maintenance supervisor bill brandt maintenance april Messerly director of facilities and operations tim long maintenance doug lemmon maintenance jerry Mahoney operations greg ridgway maintenance rodney satterfield maintenance bill shultz electronics engineer scott Wolfe maintenance james ughoc maintenance facilities and operations bryan Messerly sports information director Mike Montoro director of football communications amy prunty program assistant joe swan sports publications director cheryl Maust program assistant lisa ammons business manager john antonik director of new media phil caskey associate sports information director tim goodenow assistant sports publications director sports coMMunications 176
  • m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 177 Media information Media inforMation ........................................ 178 2009-10 WoMen’s basketball radio schedule ........................................ 179 Msnsportsnet.coM ........................................... 180 Wvu sports coMMunications ....................... 180 Mountaineers at a glance ............................ 180
  • 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Media inforMation press services the west virginia university sports communications office will be available throughout the 2009-10 basketball season to accommodate any media requests. following are some guidelines that should make it easy for media members to cover the west virginia women’s basketball team. any additional questions should be directed to associate sports information director phil caskey. during the Week the mountaineer women’s basketball team will practice sunday through saturday throughout the preseason, with a day off once a week. the mountaineers will be available on the court prior to practice once a week, class schedules permitting. the mountaineers will also be available the day prior to a home game before practice. for road games, players will be available either 30 minutes prior to departure for the away contest or the day before departure at either the beginning or conclusion of practice. any other interview requests should be arranged at least one day in advance through women’s basketball contact phil caskey. players can return phone calls to the media, class schedules permitting, upon request. at no time will a student-athlete’s phone number be released to the media and media members are asked not to contact a student-athlete at home. during the season, contact caskey for the interview schedule. electronic Media services west virginia statistics and game notes will be updated at least one day prior to each game on www.msnsportsnet.com. photos color headshots and action shots of mountaineer coaches and players, official logos and headshots of department staff may be obtained by calling the sports communications office. at the gaMe the west virginia university coliseum is the site of mountaineer home women’s basketball games. there is no smoking permitted in the wvu coliseum. the working press area is located on the east side of the main floor at concourse level (22 rows from the playing floor). press should enter through the blue gate. forty-eight seats are available for working media; four television slings are also available. west virginia grants broadcast rights to the official radio outlet of the visiting team on a reciprocal basis. accredited photographers may work along the playing floor at both baselines behind the restriction line established by the ncaa. cutline writers or equipment carriers are not permitted on the playing floor. the wvu coliseum also supports wireless internet access. please see women’s basketball contact phil caskey for password information. gaMe services the sports communications staff will be at your service throughout the game. all media will be provided with game notes, game programs, rosters, press guides and other pertinent information. computer generated statistics will be available at halftime and at the conclusion of the game. information provided includes play-by-play as well as individual and team statistics in standard ncaa box score format. fax and e-mail distribution is available through the sports communications office. postgaMe intervieWs coach mike carey and the visiting coach (upon request) will be available for postgame comments in the team video/theatre room, adjacent to the west virginia women’s basketball locker room. selected mountaineer players will also be available for interviews after a short cooling-off period, also in the video/theatre room. a representative of the wvu sports communications office will begin taking postgame player interview requests with approximately three minutes left in the contest. Jerry West Mountaineer rooM the working press room for mountaineer women’s basketball is the Jerry west mountaineer room, located on the main concourse of the wvu coliseum. a pregame meal is served here two hours prior to tipoff with ample work space for the media. work space is available to the media during pregame, halftime and after the game. phones in the Jerry west mountaineer room are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. phones within the sports communications office are reserved for staff use only. wireless internet access is also available in the Jerry west room. telephone service telephone requests and broadcast lines should be ordered from verizon, 408 broad street, charleston, w.va. the telephone number is (800) 544-5663. permission to broadcast and any arrangements regarding reciprocal lines must first be secured from the sports communications office before telephone lines can be installed. directions to the Wvu coliseuM froM i-79: take the star city/wvu (mile marker 155) exit. cross the star city bridge and proceed up monongahela boulevard past texas roadhouse. the wvu coliseum is on the right. enter at the patteson drive light. press parking is to the left. all parking is free. froM i-68: take the pierpont road exit and follow signs toward the stadium. at the second traffic light, turn right on route 705 and stay on this highway as it becomes chestnut ridge road (through two more traffic lights). turn left at the third traffic light onto van voorhis road. the road becomes patteson drive at university avenue. proceed up patteson to the light at Jerry west boulevard. the coliseum parking lots are directly ahead at this light. press parking is to the left. all parking is free. 178
  • 179w e s t v i r g i n i a w o m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l m ou nt ai ne er s co ac hi ng st af f pr of ile s ou tl oo k th e b ig ea st op po ne nt in fo 20 08 -0 9 r ev iew th e r ec or d b oo k w vu m ed ia in fo 2009-10 Women’s Basketball radio schedule MountaineerSports netWork radio coverage msn radio enters its ninth full season of broadcasting west virginia university women’s basketball on msn affiliated radio stations. announcer travis Jones will handle the broadcasting duties for the ninth-consecutive season and will be joined throughout the course of the season by msn personality Jay Jacobs. msn radio coverage of wvu women’s basketball will extend worldwide with broadcasts airing on the internet through msnsportsnet.com. msn is there every step of the way to bring fans all the action of wvu women’s basketball in the powerful big east conference. whether you’re in your car, at home or in the wvu coliseum, there’s no better place to catch all the action of west virginia women’s basketball than with msn radio. live television for the third-consecutive season, the mountaineer sports network and west virginia public broadcasting will televise west virginia university women’s basketball contests. the games that will air on wvpbs are: depaul ................................... Jan. 9 villanova ............................... Jan. 12 vs. marshall ........................... Jan. 20 seton hall .............................. Jan. 27 louisville ............................... Jan. 30 at connecticut ....................... feb. 2 marquette ............................. feb. 27 additionally, in conjunction with the big east television package, the following contests will also be seen on live television this season: at st. John’s (big east tv) ..... Jan. 2 pitt (cbs c) ............................ Jan. 5 at pitt (espnu) ...................... Jan. 17 at notre dame (espnu) ......... Jan. 24 georgetown (espnu) ............ feb. 14 rutgers (cbs c)...................... feb. 16 day date opponent air tiMe gaMe tiMe sun./mon. ......... nov. 15/16 .......... wnit second round ................. tbd......................... tbd wed./thur. ........ nov. 18/19 ............ wnit third round ................... tbd......................... tbd sunday ................. nov. 22 ............ wnit championship ................. tbd......................... tbd tuesday ................ nov. 24 .................. at duquesne ................... 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. wednesday ........... dec. 2 .......................radford ....................... 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. tuesday ................. dec. 8 ................eastern kentucky ............... 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. saturday ............... dec. 12 ....................longwood ..................... 1:50 p.m. ............2:00 p.m. saturday ............... dec. 19 ...................fresno state ................... 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. tuesday ................ dec. 22 ....................... umbc ........................ 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. wednesday .......... dec. 30 ................... santa clara .................... 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. saturday ................ Jan. 2 ..................... at st. John’s .................... 1:50 p.m. ............2:00 p.m. tuesday ................. Jan. 5 ........................... pitt .......................... 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. saturday ................ Jan. 9 .........................depaul ....................... 1:50 p.m. ............2:00 p.m. tuesday ................ Jan. 12 ......................villanova ...................... 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. sunday ................. Jan. 17 ........................ at pitt ........................ 3:50 p.m. ............4:00 p.m. wednesday .......... Jan. 20 ....................vs. marshall .................... 6:20 p.m. ............6:30 p.m. sunday ................. Jan. 24 ..................at notre dame................. 12:50 p.m. ...........1:00 p.m. wednesday .......... Jan. 27 ..................... seton hall ..................... 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. saturday ............... Jan. 30 ......................louisville...................... 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. tuesday ................. feb. 2 ...................at connecticut .................. 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. saturday ................ feb. 6 ....................at providence ................. 2:20 p.m. ............2:30 p.m. sunday ................. feb. 14 ................... georgetown .................. 12:50 p.m. ...........1:00 p.m. tuesday ................ feb. 16 ....................... rutgers ....................... 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. saturday ............... feb. 20 ........................ at usf ........................ 4:20 p.m. ............4:30 p.m. tuesday ................ feb. 23 ................... at cincinnati ................... 6:50 p.m. ...........7:00 p.m. saturday ............... feb. 27 .....................marquette ..................... 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. monday ................march 1 ................... at syracuse .................... 6:50 p.m. ............7:00 p.m. Mountaineer JaMMin msn’s weekly television show, mountaineer Jammin’ is back for another season to provide insider coverage of west virginia basketball to fans across the mountain state. the upbeat and fast-paced show will be jam- packed with player features, highlights, videos, team insights, big east conference information, mountaineer coaches and much more. mountaineer Jammin’ is not just another ordinary basketball show, but one that appeals to mountaineer fans of all ages. mountaineer Jammin’ is an entertaining and in-depth look at west virginia basketball. tune in each week beginning January 9, for mountaineer Jammin’ on msn television. 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  • general inforMation location: morgantown, w.va. nickname: mountaineers colors: old gold and blue conference: big east enrollment: 28,840 arena: wvu coliseum (14,000) president: dr. James p. clements director of athletics: ed pastilong coaching staff head coach: mike carey (salem, 1980) record at Wvu: 150-101 (.598) years at Wvu: entering ninth season career record: 438-203 (.683) years coaching: entering 23rd season associate head coach: george porcha (new haven, 1995; george mason, 2006) assistant coaches: m.l. willis (iowa, 1998); donchez graham (morgan state, 1991; goucher, 2003) director of basketball operations: toni kay oliverio (west liberty state, 2001) graduate assistant: kyle cooper (west virginia, 2008) graduate assistant: pat biondo (west virginia, 2009) teaM inforMation 2008-09 record: 18-15 conference record/finish: 5-11/11th postseason: wnit second round letterwinners returning/lost: 3/2 starters returning/lost: 3/2 liz repella - g (Jr., 16.5 ppg, 8.1 rpg) sarah miles – g (Jr. 12.2 ppg, 5.3 rpg) natalie burton – c (so., 4.8 ppg, 4.9 rpg) newcomers: 6 2009-10 M o u n t a i n e e r s m ountaineers coaching staff profiles outlook the big east opponent info 2008-09 review the record book w vu m edia info Msnsportsnet.com coMprehensive WoMen’s basketball coverage all news releases are posted to msnsportsnet. com. media can access the latest happenings with the mountaineer women’s basketball team by checking in regularly to msnsportsnet.com’s front page or the women’s basketball page. gaMe releases game releases are made available in a pdf format on msnsportsnet.com. this complete information packet will be available on th