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UA Women's Basketball Faces Rival Arizona State in Lone Contest This Week
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: June 22, 2004
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The University of Arizona women's basketball team (No. 18 AP/No. 15 USA Today) will take on rival Arizona State in the only action of the week for both teams. The Cats will face the Sun Devils on Sunday, Jan. 30, at 2 p.m. in a contest which will be broadcast live nationally on Fox Sports Net.

35  Krista Warren    F/G  6-2  Fr.  Cloverdale, CA   3.2 ppg  2.5 rpg  0.7 apg
53  Tatum Brown	     F	  6-4  Sr.  Tacoma, WA	     14.8 ppg 8.5 rpg  0.7 bpg
3   Lisa Griffith    G	  5-6  Sr.  Portland, OR     9.9 ppg  2.2 spg  3.9 apg
20  Julie Brase	     G	  5-9  So.  Tucson, AZ	     8.6 ppg  3.1 rpg  2.3 apg
23  Felecity Willis  G	  5-7  Sr.  Apple Valley, CA 7.9 ppg  5.3 apg  1.6 spg

OFF THE BENCH (listed alphabetically):	
33  Tysell Bozeman     G  5-8	So.  Riverside, CA  3.0 ppg   1.0 rpg  0.4 apg
10  Reshea Bristol     G  5-10	Jr.  Omaha, NE	    5.9 ppg   3.1 rpg  2.6 spg
22  Monika Crank       G  5-7	Sr.  Page, AZ	    5.4 ppg   3.0 rpg  2.3 apg
34  Angela Lackey      F  6-0	Sr.  Louisville, KY 13.5 ppg  5.8 rpg  1.8 spg
51  Michelle Mitchell  C  6-4	So.  Oregon City, OR 1.2 ppg  1.7 rpg
45  Elizabeth Pickney  F  6-4	So.  Houston, TX     9.7 ppg  3.9 rpg  0.8 bpg
21  Jamie Sturdivant   G  5-7	Fr.  Simi Valley, CA 1.2 ppg  0.4 rpg
50  LaKeisha Taylor    C  6-4	So.  Houston, TX     2.6 ppg  2.8 rpg  0.4 bpg

The 18th-ranked Wildcats split last weekend's games with the L.A. schools and went to 15-3 overall and 4-2 in Pac-10 play. Arizona fell to then-12th-ranked UCLA, 79-68, on Thursday then rebounded to defeat USC, 67-52, on Saturday.

With 14.8 points and 8.5 rebounds per game, senior forward Tatum Brown remains the UA leader in both categories. Senior forward Angela Lackey is second in both categories with 13.5 ppg and 5.8 rpg. Sophomore forward Elizabeth Pickney stands as the team's third-leading rebounder with 3.9 per game.

Senior guard Lisa Griffith (9.9 ppg), Pickney (9.7 ppg) and sophomore guard Julie Brase (8.6 ppg) follow on the scoring chart. Senior guard Felecity Willis is the team's assists leader, at 5.3 per game, while junior guard Reshea Bristol is the steals leader, averaging 2.6 per contest.

Arizona is leading the Pac-10 in five different statistical categories, including scoring (82.1 ppg), scoring margin (+14.2 ppg) and field goal percentage (.467). Individually, Tatum Brown is leading the league in field goal percentage (.606), Felecity Willis is second in assists (5.33 apg), and Reshea Bristol is second in steals (2.57 spg). Brown is also second in rebounding (8.5 rpg).

Arizona head coach Joan Bonvicini will be looking for her 150th win at the UA and 475th win as a head coach this weekend. She is 149-101 in nine years at Arizona and has a 474-172 career record.

Monika Crank's father became very ill earlier last week, and the senior guard returned to her home in Page, Ariz., to be with her family. Crank missed both of last week's games, but she will be returning on Wednesday and is scheduled to play this weekend.

Off to their best start since the 1992-93 season, the Sun Devils too earned a split with the L.A. schools over the weekend, moving their records to 11-5 overall and 4-2 in Pac-10 play. ASU needed overtime to down USC, 78-74, last Thursday, then fell to UCLA, 76-55, on Saturday.

Four ASU players are averaging in double digits in scoring, led by sophomore forward Theresa Jantzen with 14.8 points and 5.9 rebounds per game. Senior center Rachel Holt is second in scoring at 11.1 ppg, followed by senior guard Kitch Kitchen's 10.5 ppg. Senior forward Kristine Sand is the second-leading rebounder, at 5.1 rpg, and is fourth in scoring, with 10.1 ppg.

Arizona State is leading the Pac-10 in three-point field goal defense, allowing opponents to hit only 24.3 percent from long range. Theresa Jantzen is second in the league in free throw percentage (.866).

Sun Devil head coach Charli Turner Thorne (Stanford, 1988) holds a 42-54 record in four seasons at the helm of the ASU program and is 82-93 in seven years as a head coach.

Arizona's series with in-state rival Arizona State ties as the oldest series in UA women's basketball history. ASU was the second team the Cats faced on Feb. 2, 1973, (the UA played New Mexico earlier that day) during Arizona's inaugural season of women's basketball. The contest resulted in a 50-39 win by Arizona over the Sun Devils in Las Cruces, N.M.

Arizona State holds the 31-24 lead in the series with the Wildcats, although the UA has won 12 straight games against ASU.

Last season, the Cats had to fight to earn a sweep of ASU. On Jan. 16 in Tucson, Arizona earned a 70-61 victory, then on Feb. 13 in Tempe, the Cats needed overtime to pull out a 76-67 win over the Sun Devils.

Angela Lackey scored 18 points and shot 6-of-8 from the free throw line to lead Arizona to a 70-61 win over Arizona State at home on Jan. 16, 1999. The win, the 11th straight for the Cats against the Sun Devils, ended a two-game losing skid for Arizona.

The Sun Devils leapt out to an early 10-4 lead and managed to maintain a lead until Arizona made a 12-4 run which gave the Wildcats a one-point (29-28) spread at halftime.

In the second half, neither team led by more than five until Arizona used a brief 8-0 run late in the period to gain a seven-point (62-55) advantage by the 3:12 mark. ASU came back to within one (62-61) at the 2:10 mark, then the Wildcats pushed the lead back to the final nine points by shooting 6-of-9 from the free throw line down the stretch.

In addition to Lackey's 18, Elizabeth Pickney added 14 points on 6-of-9 shooting from the field. Felecity Willis contributed 10 points and a season-high-tying nine assists.

Arizona holds a 3-3 all-time record in games played on Jan. 30. The Cats last played on that date last season, earning a 77-58 win at California.

A 23-point performance by Angela Lackey off the bench sparked the Wildcats to a 67-52 victory over USC at home on Jan. 22.

The two teams played one another tight early in the game until the Cats managed an 18-7 run that gave them a nine-point (32-23) edge at the half.

Arizona pushed that lead out to 16 points (47-31) at the 12:52 mark in the second half, then went completely cold from the floor. While the Cats spent six clock minutes with only one field goal, the Women of Troy used a 15-2 spurt to claw back to within three points (29-46) with just over seven minutes left in the game.

Julie Brase drained a crucial three-pointer for the Cats at 6:34 and triggered a 16-2 UA run that ballooned the lead back out to 17 points (65-48). USC came no closer than 13 points for the remainder of the game.

Adding to Lackey's 23 points, freshman Krista Warren dumped in 15 points in her first collegiate start and was the only other Cat in double digits in scoring. Elizabeth Pickney led all players with a game-high seven rebounds.

With its perfect 6-0 conference record, UCLA holds the lead in the Pac-10 standings, although the Bruins will be up against Oregon this Saturday. The Ducks are tied with Stanford, which has won nine of its last 10 games, for second in the conference, both with 4-1 league records. Arizona is tied with Arizona State for fourth in the Pac-10, at 4-2 each.

Next, Arizona begins a stretch which will see the Cats play five of seven games on the road. The Wildcats head for Oregon next weekend, taking on the Ducks on Friday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m. PST at McArthur Court. The UA plays at Oregon State on Sunday, Feb. 6, at 1:05 p.m. PST.

In nearly a decade at the helm of the University of Arizona's women's basketball program, head coach Joan Bonvicini has collected an unparalleled list of accomplishments, both for the university and for her career.

Now in her ninth year at the UA, Bonvicini has posted a 149-101 (.596) mark and has a 474-172 (.734) record in 20 years as a collegiate head coach. She also has a 22-13 mark in NCAA tournament play and has never lost a first-round game in 13 appearances.

Prior to taking over at the UA, Bonvicini led Long Beach State to 10 consecutive NCAA appearances, including two trips to the Final Four. She registered a 325-71 mark in 12 seasons with the 49ers.

Awarded the title of associate head coach during the summer of 1998, Denise Dove Ianello (Northern Illinois, 1991) is in her eighth year at the UA, functioning as both the team's recruiting coordinator and the perimeter coach. Second-year assistant coach Karen Caires (Cal State Northridge, 1990) works with the perimeter players, assists with scouting and recruiting and directs the Joan Bonvicini Hoop Camp. In his first year at the UA, assistant coach Curtis Loyd (Southern Utah, 1994) is involved primarily with scouting and with coaching the post players.

Since Joan Bonvicini took over the Arizona program in 1991, the Wildcats have gone 76-74 against Pac-10 teams, although they have a 42-18 league mark over the last four seasons combined.

Joan Bonvicini needs only nine more victories at the UA to collect as many wins as the six previous Wildcat coaches combined.

Here is the upcoming schedule for the Wildcats...

Tues.  Jan. 25	4:30-7 p.m.	   McKale
Wed.   Jan. 26	OFF
Thurs. Jan. 27	4:30-7 p.m.	   McKale  lifting before
Fri.   Jan. 28	2:15-4:30 p.m.	   McKale
Sat.   Jan. 29	10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. McKal   lifting after
Sun.   Jan. 30	vs. Arizona State, 2 p.m.  McKale
Mon.   Jan. 31	OFF
Tues.  Feb. 1	5-7 p.m.	   McKale
Wed.   Feb. 2	2-4:30 p.m.	   McKale  lifting after

Every Arizona win this year has been by an average of 10 points or more... Each loss has been by an average of only 5.7 points... The Cats have hit five or more 3-pointers in 13 games this season, including 10 of the last 12 contests... Arizona has 20 or more assists in 10 games this year... The Cats have had 10 or more steals in 14 games... Arizona has forced its opponent into 20 or more turnovers in 13 contests, and no opponent has committed less than 14.

The Wildcats have hit at least one 3-pointer in 51 consecutive games, dating back to Mar. 5, 1998.

Wildcat senior guard Lisa Griffith is only three 3-point field goals attempted from becoming the Pac-10 career leader in that category. Former Washington player Jamie Redd currently holds the mark with 675 attempts.

Griffith is already the Pac-10 career leader in three-pointers made, with 255, far ahead of the No. 2 spot, held by former Stanford player Vanessa Nygaard (210).

The Wildcats, who ended last year shooting 72.1 percent from the free throw line, have been wildly inconsistent from the stripe this season. They have shot as well as 84 percent (21-25 vs. Tennessee Tech, Nov. 20) and as poorly as 53.1 percent (17-32 vs. Northern Illinois, Dec. 15) so far this year.

The UA has shot over 70 percent from the charity stripe in only eight of the 18 games this year and has been over 80 percent only twice.

Rebounding has been a major problem for the Wildcats over the last few years, but they are on an upswing in that area. The UA has out-rebounded its opponent in 17 of this season's games so far. That's a great improvement over last season, when the Cats out-rebounded only seven opponents in all 29 games combined.

The UA bench has been quite productive this season, contributing an average of 29.4 points per game. The highest point total from the bench so far this year came on Dec. 10 against Texas Southern, when 47 of the UA's 96 points came from the subs.

During Joan Bonvicini's tenure at Arizona, the Wildcats have posted an 88-40 mark in McKale Center, including a 57-12 record over the last five seasons combined. Arizona has a record of 154-148 on its home court since the 1976-77 season.

Four of the UA's opponents this season are ranked in this week's polls.

Pac-10 foe UCLA is ranked 10th in this week's A.P. poll, while UC Santa Barbara is 15th, Oklahoma is 23rd and Stanford is 24th. Kansas and Oregon both received votes for ranking.

In this week's USA Today/ESPN Coaches' poll, UCLA is No. 14, UC Santa Barbara is No. 16, Kansas is No. 23 and Stanford is No. 25. Oklahoma, Oregon and Hawai'i all received votes for ranking.

Eight schools had both their men's and women's basketball teams ranked among the A.P. Top 25 this week. They are Arizona, Stanford, Duke, Connecticut, Auburn, Tennessee, Oklahoma and North Carolina State.

Seems that the 80-point mark almost always means adding another to the "win" column for the Wildcats. In the 28-year history of Arizona women's basketball, the Cats have posted a 119-16 record when scoring 80 points or more in a game. Under Bonvicini, the Wildcats have gone 79-9 when topping that 80-point plateau.

Under head coach Joan Bonvicini, the Cats have gone 23-18 in games settled by five points or less, including a 7-4 mark in games settled by one or two points.

Over the last nine seasons, Bonvicini's Arizona teams have won 49 games by spreads of 20 points or more.

This season, Arizona is... 14-3 when out-rebounding its opponent... 12-0 when shooting better than its opponent from the floor... 14-2 when shooting 40% or better from the field... 15-1 when scoring 70 points or more... 13-2 when committing fewer turnovers than the opponent... 13-3 when three or more players reach double digits in scoring.

The Cats are forcing opponents to commit an average of 4.3 more turnovers per game than the UA, the highest ratio in the Pac-10... The Arizona women's basketball program has a 308-392 (.440) all-time record, however it is 112-56 (.667) from 1994 to present... Joan Bonvicini has a 166-88 career record against Pac-10 teams.

The Wildcats are 8-2 at home this season, 4-1 in road games and 3-0 in neutral contests. Arizona posted an 11-3 mark at home, was 5-8 on the road and notched a 2-0 record in neutral contests last year.

The Wildcats are currently scheduled to make television appearances for two more games...

Sun.	Jan. 30	 Arizona State	Fox Sports net	2 p.m.
Sat.	Feb. 19	 at UCLA	Fox Sports Net	1 p.m. PST

Lisa Griffith is Arizona's career leader in both three-pointers made (255) and attempted (673). She is in the #6 spot on the UA's top-20 all-time leading scorers' list, with 1,094 career points. She needs 50 more points to move into the #5 spot.

Griffith is also on the career top-10 list for games started, coming in at #3 with 96 career starts. She stands at third on the career steals chart, with 198, and is tied for fifth on the career assists list, with 419.

Felecity Willis is seventh in both career three-pointers made (48) and attempted (171). She is holding down fourth place on the all-time assists chart, with 468 career dishes.

Willis is also the latest addition to Arizona's all-time top 20 scoring list. She has 861 career points, which puts her in the #18 spot. She needs eight more points to move up to #17.

Sophomore forward Elizabeth Pickney has already entered the UA's top 10 list for career blocked shots. She stands in a tie for fifth place with 50 career blocks.

Against UCLA on Jan. 20, sophomore forward Elizabeth Pickney became the latest Wildcat to top the 500-point plateau in career scoring.

Senior guard Lisa Griffith was named the Pacific-10 Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week for Jan. 10-16.

Griffith averaged 20.0 points, 4.0 assists, 2.5 steals and 2.0 rebounds per game while leading the Wildcats to their first-ever road sweep of the Washington schools on Jan. 13 and 15. She shot 59.1 percent (13-of-22) from the floor, including a blazing 61.1 percent (11-of-18) from three-point range.

In the win at Washington, Arizona's first victory ever in Seattle, Griffith drained a school-record-tying seven treys en route to a career-high 26 points. She shot 7-of-10 from beyond the arc, marking the first time any Wildcat has hit seven treys in one game since Griffith herself did it twice during the 1996-97 season. In the win over Washington State, she tallied 14 points, four steals and seven assists.

The Player of the Week honor is the second of Griffith's career (also Feb. 17, 1997), and the 18th all-time selection for Arizona.

With wins at Washington State (83-68) on Jan. 13 and at Washington (96-85) on Jan. 15, Arizona completed its first-ever road sweep of the Washington schools. While the Cats had previously been able to defeat Washington State in Pullman, this season's win at Washington was the UA's first in 14 attempts.

With their victory over California on Jan. 6, the Wildcats tied the 1995-96 team for the best start ever at 12-1. The UA's 14-2 record through the first 16 games of the year was also a program best.

Arizona set a new school record this season with a 15-game home win streak, dating from Jan. 4, 1999, to Jan. 8, 2000. They saw their streak end with a 98-95 loss to Stanford on Jan. 8. The previous long streak was a string of 10 games midway through the 1997-98 season.

The Cats went 11-1 in regular season non-conference play this year, their best non-conference mark since the 1995-96 team went 9-0. The 11 victories are the most regular season non-conference wins ever under Joan Bonvicini.

During the 12 non-conference games, the Cats averaged 83.1 points per game and out-scored their opponents by an average of 18 points per game. They shot 48.8 percent from the field, including a blazing 42.3 percent from three-point range. The UA out-rebounded its opponents by an average of 6.2 boards per contest. The Cats also averaged 20.0 assists and 11.0 steals per game, while forcing opponents to commit an average of 22.8 turnovers per game.

Arizona won its third regular-season tournament when it swept through the Seelbach Cardinal Classic in Louisville, Ky., on Dec. 28-29. The Cats had a solid showing in the first round with a 91-61 pounding of Marshall on Dec. 28. Although host team Louisville managed to hang with the UA most of the contest, the Cats pulled out an 80-70 victory in the championship game to take the tournament title.

After averaging 14.0 points and 13.0 rebounds per game over the two contests, Wildcat Tatum Brown was selected the Tournament MVP, her second such honor of the year. Louisville native Angela Lackey was selected to the All-Tournament Team as well, also her second such honor of the season.

With 3:04 left in the first half at Kansas on Dec. 21, senior guard Lisa Griffith knocked down her third three-pointer of the game to become the eighth Wildcat to reach the 1,000-point plateau in career scoring. The last Wildcat to join the 1,000-point club was Griffith's former teammate, Adia Barnes, who reached that mark during the 1996-97 season.

After falling in the championship game of the 1998 tournament, Arizona reclaimed the title of its ninth annual Bowl Basketball Classic with victories over Texas Southern (96-46) and Indiana (87-70) on Dec. 10-12.

The UA's Tatum Brown was unanimously voted the Tournament Most Valuable Player after averaging 20.5 points, 11.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals over the two games. Angela Lackey was named to the All-Tournament Team, as well.

Tatum Brown's 11-of-12 shooting performance against Colorado State on Dec. 6 tied the UA single-game record for field goal percentage (.917). It is also a new McKale Center record, breaking the previous mark of 84.6 percent (11-13) set by former UCLA player Denise Curry on Jan. 17, 1981.

Arizona also set a new school record by hitting a sizzling 75.9 (22-29) percent in the first half against UC Santa Barbara on Nov. 30.

Senior forward Tatum Brown was named the Pacific-10 Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week for Nov. 29-Dec. 5. Brown scored a career-high 21 points and grabbed a team-high seven rebounds to lead No. 21 Arizona to an 86-76 upset over No. 15 UC Santa Barbara on Nov. 30. In just 26 minutes of action, she shot 9-for-12 (.750) from the field and 3-for-4 (.750) from the line.

The Player of the Week honor is the first of Brown's career, and the 17th all-time selection. Brown's honor followed Elizabeth Pickney's Player of the Week laurels the previous week, marking the first time in school history that the Wildcats have had back-to-back Pac-10 Players of the Week.

The Cats shot a school-record 75.9 percent (22-29) from the floor in the first half of the UCSB contest on Nov. 30. For the game, they shot 63 percent (34-54), the highest field goal percentage for any team since the school record was set at 64.3 percent (36-56) against Drake on Nov. 25, 1990.

Elizabeth Pickney was named Pac-10 Player of the Week for Nov. 15-28. Pickney averaged 16.0 points, 6.8 rebounds and 2.3 blocked shots per game in the UA's four straight victories to open the season. She shot a team-high .575 (23-40) from the field and .720 (18-25) from the line during that stretch.

Pickney was named the Tournament MVP at the Hawaiian Regent Wahine Classic, leading Arizona to the team title with three wins. In the tourney, she averaged 18.0 points and 7.3 rebounds per game. The Player of the Week honor was the first of Pickney's career and the 16th all-time selection for Arizona.

The Wildcats racked up nine blocked shots in the contest against Tennessee Tech on Nov. 20. That is the highest single-game block total since the 1985 squad collected 10 at Tennessee-Chattanooga on Jan. 5, 1985. Elizabeth Pickney had five of the UA's blocked shots against Tennessee Tech, a career high for her.

As a team, Arizona collected 20 blocks over the first four game of the year, the highest block total ever over that stretch in any season.

The Wildcats swept through three games in Honolulu on Nov. 19-21 to take the title at the Hawaiian Regent Wahine Classic, hosted by the University of Hawai'i.

Arizona garnered victories over Oklahoma (75-59), Tennessee Tech (87-71) and host team Hawai'i (86-73) to open the 1999-2000 season with a perfect 3-0 mark.

Elizabeth Pickney averaged 18.0 points and 7.3 rebounds per game for the Cats and was the overwhelming favorite for tournament Most Valuable Player laurels. Felecity Willis and Tatum Brown were named to the All-Tournament Team, as well.

In a survey of head women's coaches conducted by the Women's Basketball Journal last fall, UA associate head coach Denise Dove Ianello received votes for consideration as one of the top assistant coaches in the country.

On the first day of the early signing period (Nov. 10), Arizona inked a trio of high school recruits from the state of California. The signees were 5-10 guard Candice Allen (Ontario, CA/Ayala HS), 5-7 guard Aimee Grzyb (San Jose, CA/Archbishop Mitty HS) and 6-3 forward Veranda James (Pomona, CA/Ganesha HS).

Here is the predicted order of finish for the Pac-10 this season, according to the league's coaches...

1.	UCLA	        6.	Washington
2.	Oregon	        7.	USC
3.	Stanford	8.	Oregon State
4.	ARIZONA	        9.	California
5.	Arizona State	10.	Washington State

Here is the predicted order of finish for the Pac-10 this season, according to the league's women's basketball media members...

1.	UCLA	        6.	Arizona State
2.	Oregon	        7.	USC
3.	Stanford	8.	Oregon State
4.	ARIZONA	        9.	California
5.	Washington	10.	Washington State

For the third year in a row, the Wildcats earned a preseason national ranking. The Cats were ranked 25th in the Associated Press Preseason Top 25, and they were 24th in the USA Today/ESPN Coaches' Preseason Top 25.

The Wildcats were ranked among the top 25 teams in five different "unofficial" preseason polls this fall. The UA's highest ranking in these polls was 13th by Women's Basketball magazine and the lowest was 22nd by both Street & Smith's and the Basketball News Report.

Angela Lackey earned preseason third team All-America honors from Lindy's College Basketball and honorable mention All-America laurels from Street & Smith's College Basketball.

1998-99 IN REVIEW:
Despite losing the squad's only two seniors before the season ever started, the very young 1998-99 Wildcats held their own and came up with an 18-11 overall record and went 12-6 in the Pac-10 to finish in fourth place.

The Cats faced a rough non-conference schedule that featured three teams which spent most of the season among the top four in the national rankings. Arizona went 5-4 against those non-conference opponents, with quality losses to Purdue, Louisiana Tech and Colorado State and a big road win over UC Santa Barbara.

That tough early slate prepared the Cats for a season of Pac-10 play which showed more parity than it has in years. After getting off to a rocky 1-3 start in league play, the Cats rebounded to finish the season 11-3, with wins over Pac-10 co-champion Oregon and over perennial power Stanford.

The Wildcats then received their third consecutive berth in the NCAA Tournament, earning a #6 seed in the Midwest Region. In Piscataway, N.J., Arizona faced NCAA tourney veteran Florida in the first round of play and defeated the Gators, 87-84, in overtime to move on to the second round for the third straight year. The Cats then took on host Rutgers, only to end the season on a sour note, falling to the Scarlet Knights, 90-47.

For the season, Arizona had its most balanced offense in five years, with four players averaging in double digits in scoring, and ended its season by winning 12 of its final 16 contests. The Cats broke or tied 13 school records on the year, including setting new marks in single season free throws made (520) and blocked shots (88).

With 14.4 points per game, Angela Lackey led four Wildcats averaging in double digits in scoring. Felecity Willis came in second with her 12.1 ppg scoring average, followed closely by Elizabeth Pickney at 11.4 ppg. Pickney was the team's top rebounder, with 5.8 per game, while Willis was the team's assists leader, averaging 5.5 apg. Lackey was second in rebounding with 5.4 rpg, and Reshea Bristol posted 11.4 points and 4.4 rebounds per game.


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