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CASPER COLLEGE THUNDERBIRDS

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Justene Hirsig
Gulten Altunbulak
Kayla Evans
Jalicia Williams
Ada Yalcin
Ruth Nwokora
Monika Radomska
Josie Sewell
Alyssa Big Man
Rojin Karahan
Rebecca Taylor
Gabby Johnson
Marina Fernandez
Grace Weeks

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HOMETOWN

Cheyenne, WY
Alanya, Turkey
Cheyenne, WY
Scottsdale, AZ
Antalya, Turkey
Lagos, Nigeria
Wolomin, Poland
Glenrock, WY
Crow Agency, MT
Istanbul, Turkey
Kidderminster, England
Casper, WY
Barcelona, Spain
Rapid City, SD

Head Coach:
Dwight Gunnare

Statistician:
Brant Jacobson

Athletic Director:
Angel Sharman

Assistant Coach:
Sarah McNamee

Colors:
Red and White

President:
Darren Divine

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WOMENS BASKETBALL

2015

2016

INSIDE

CASPER COLLEGE THUNDERBIRDS

Presidents Message
and Heyoka History
2
Coach Dwight Gunnare 3
Coaching Staff
4
Season Outlook
5
Player Profiles
6-15
Statistics
18-25
Key People
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Game Crew
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PRESIDENTS MESSAGE

HEYOKA AND HISTORY

Welcome to another season of


T-Bird basketball.
When I accepted the presidency at Casper
College this past summer, I was drawn to the
institutions excellent academic reputation
and its strong tie to the local community. An
important part of that community relationship is
our solid athletic program.
Over our history, we have earned 25
NJCAA regional championships in volleyball,
basketball and rodeo, while producing studentathletes that have represented our college
with excellence. Casper College is never an
easy place to travel to for our opponents, as
evidenced by a quick walk through Swede
Erickson Thunderbird Gymnasium and a view
at our many championship banners and our
sports hall
of fame.
In coming here, our athletes know that
the Casper community places high value on
achievement whether it is on the court or
in the classroom. Our basketball teams build
a sense of community in Casper, bringing
students, alumni, residents and sports fans
together to cheer on their
favorite team.
I would also like to acknowledge the
T-Bird Booster Club directors and their many
contributors who help the T-Birds soar. For
example, our boosters recently provided the
resources needed to make sure our basketball
teams are webcast live during each contest.
Thanks to the tremendous support of our
boosters and community business partners,
the T-Birds are able to compete each season at
a high level.
Good luck this season to our players
and coaches.

The story of the Casper College mascot, Heyoka, starts with longtime Casper
College physical science instructor Norm Weis. Weis wanted a mascot to
represent the young community college nestled in the foothills of Casper
Mountain. He chose the name Heyoka, a Native American word for medicine man.
The Heyoka, among other things, was to watch over his tribe and send away evil
spirits. Casper Colleges Heyoka was hoped to create the kind of spirit that would
send away evil teams. In the fall of 1958, Weis found the perfect student to fit the
bill as the first Heyoka, Leo Sanchez, who he observed singing and dancing and
generally hamming it up. The two worked on the original costume, which
consisted of rabbit fur stretched over a football helmet, epoxy eyes and a
fiberglass beak. The nearly 50 feathers adorning the wings were all hand sewn by
the two men. The goal was for Native American authenticity. Using the costume
as a model in 1995 Casper College alumnus and sculptor Chris Navarro crafted
Spirit of the Thunderbird, a bronze statue now on the front lawn of the college.
Since that time there have been three Heyokas. That first one was retired many
years ago. Heyoka was replaced with Thunderbird in 2004.
The last Heyoka is now on display in the lobby of the Swede Erickson
Thunderbird Gym.

Go T-Birds!

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Darren Divine,
Ph.D., President,
Casper College

WOMENS BASKETBALL

HEAD COACH

DWIGHT GUNNARE

The One Consistent:


Winning

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After 33 years of coaching, Dwight Gunnare


has learned that some things change and
some things remain the same.

The game, the players and the


athleticism of his athletes have improved
over the years. So the way he coaches
has been modified a bit.
But one thing that has not changed
is the Casper coachs commitment to a
work ethic and winning. He is still at work
before many people have their breakfast.
Coach Gunnare is a detail guy. He
believes that if you get the little things
right the big things will take care of
themselves. Thats why hes at his desk
early, going over drills and practice
schedules, reviewing tape and planning
individual workouts for his Thunderbirds.
He loves what he does.
Thunderbird fans love it too. Gunnare
enters his eighth season at Casper
College, where his teams have amassed
181 wins against only 54 defeats (.770).
Since his arrival, two championship
banners wave at the east end rafters of
Thunderbird Gymnasium.
Gunnare enters his 33rd year of
coaching this fall and the South Dakota
native is just as motivated and driven as
ever. He brings energy, enthusiasm and
focus to the court every day.
Gunnares system throws a lot at
his players. Because of the changing
dynamic of womens basketball, some
of which emphasizes team over skill
development, that individual work is
included, too.

The fact that Gunnare would hold


the Thunderbird program in such good
hands came as no surprise to those who
followed his career in Montana, where his
high school teams at Colstrip compiled a
175-87 record in 11 seasons (and won a
pair of state championships). He followed
that up with a stint at Miles Community
College. In six seasons there his Pioneers
won 126 games in six seasons (.717
winning percentage). In his final season
(07-08), Miles posted a 31-2 record
and lost in the Region IX tournament
finals to Western Nebraska.
Shortly after that athletic director Bill
Landen talked Gunnare into moving south
from Miles to Casper.
Gunnare has three regional Coach
of the Year plaques since his arrival.
Following his 2010 teams run to the
NJCAA Final Four, Gunnare received
Caspers Coach of the Year honors from
the Chamber of Commerce.
His teams have met standards off the
court, too. Three times the Thunderbirds
have earned academic All-America
team honors. He has coached numerous
individual academic All-Americans.
When asked about what makes his
program so successful, Gunnare points to
two things: hard work and good fortune.
When I began at the high school
level, I studied and I prepared, Gunnare
says, admitting that not many coaches

logged the miles he did. I always


felt it was important to have a good
understanding of the opponent.
He would drive hours and hours
scouting teams and watching games to
gain that understanding. He still
does that.
He expects that same hard work ethic
out of his team.
Real students of the game will notice
a couple of things about Gunnares
teams. First, they will always be ready by
tournament time. That is due in part to
how much he expects out of his players.
He installs a lot of looks, and by seasons
end the Thunderbirds can show them all
and generally play at any tempo.
He believes in defense. His teams
have been among the regional leaders in
points allowed and field goal percentage
every year.
Gunnares program is coming off
another great year (22-9). During an
era of unprecedented parity in Region
IX, a 20-win season is noteworthy.
Nevertheless, Gunnare and his
Thunderbirds set a goal every year: a trip
to the national tournament. That takes
winning the regional title. While Gunnare
doesnt want to take away from last years
effort, he is driven this year to take his
T-Birds just a little further
South, that is, to Texas in March.

ASSISTANT COACH

SARAH MCNAMEE

Sarah McNamee is in her third


year as an assistant coach at Casper
College. A Miles City, Mont. native, McNamee

played high school basketball at Custer County


District High School where she was a three-time
All-Conference and All-State player, Class A state
tournament MVP, Treasure State MVP, a member of
the Montana Wyoming All-Star Game and is currently
the fth all-time leading scorer in school history.
McNamee started off her college career at Miles
Community College where she played for head coach
Dwight Gunnare. McNamee and her team ended the
two years with a 57-7 record and were Region IX
runners-up. McNamee was rst team All-Conference,
rst team All-Tournament and still holds the record at
MCC for most points scored in a game with 39 and the
most three-pointers made in a game with seven. After
MCC, McNamee nished her career at MSU-Billings
where she was the GNAC Conference Newcomer of
the Year. McNamee was an assistant coach three
years ago at the University of Montana Western in
Dillon, Montana.
There are unique challenges you have to deal with
when you have seven international players, McNamee
says. Once we get past the language barriers, team
chemistry will be a huge factor in the success of
the season.

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WOMENS BASKETBALL

Coach Dwight Gunnare has taken full advantage of


the change with a total of seven overseas athletes
filling out the roster.

They are all very talented, says Gunnare. We would like to give this
a chance.
Not to say that there arent inherent challenges in the process. When
recruiting, coaches have to rely solely on testimony from a contact
or video highlights. Once committed, there is a bit of transition from
how the game is played back home to its execution in the States. The
language of basketball is pretty universal but occasionally there is a
miscommunication or a concept that is lost in translation.
Despite the obstacles, Gunnare and assistant coach, Sarah McNamee,
are condent that their selections will result in T-Bird victories.
Returning sophomore point guard, Ada Yelcin, started all last season,
shot 80 percent from the free throw line, and led the team in three
pointers. Gunnare expects her experience and skill to place her as a top
scorer again this year.
Yelcin is joined by Turkish compatriots Rojin Karahan from Istanbul
and Gulten Altunbulak from Alanya. Karahan is a 510 freshman combo
guard with good ball skills and the 56 guard, Altunbulak, is a three-point
shooting specialist.
Marina Fernandez is a very mobile 60 forward from Barcelona,
Spain. She plays the perimeter, shoots the three well, and has already
gained the attention of some upper division programs.
Coming in from Worcestershire, England, Rebecca Taylor will be
adding some height to the forward position at 62.
Monika Radomska from Wolomin, Poland, is a 511 freshman guard
who also has Division 1 prospects after she gains some valuable minutes
on the hardwood of the Swede.
Thanks to some great contacts, Gunnare was fortunate to pick up 60
Ruth Nwokora from Lagos, Nigeria and is anticipating good things from
her at the post position.
Sophomore Grace Weeks, substantially developed as her playing time
increased last year, will be a valuable asset in the paint.
Josie Sewell, 511 post, put up some great numbers last year and is
the type of athlete that Gunnare likes to coach because, she really works
her tail off!
Gunnare is pleased with the progress that sophomore guard, Alyssa
Big Man, has made over the summer. Big Man clocked the most game
time of anyone last year. She was in the top three for points and led the
T-Birds in accuracy from the free-throw line.
Gabby Johnson led the team last year in rebounds and blocks (197
and 22 respectively) as well as averaging over 10 points per game.
Count on the Casper native to once again dominate on the court.
Jalicia Williams is a highly-skilled freshman point guard from
Scottsdale, Arizona and should transition well into the T-birds team play.
55 at Kayla Evans and 510 Justine Hirsig are both incoming
from Cheyenne East High School. Gunnare and McNamee were very
impressed with what Evans did last year and what she accomplished at
the state tournament.
She is a tough athlete and one of the better on-ball defenders that we
have seen all year in the state of Wyoming, says Gunnare.
Hirsig, spent a lot of time playing inside, but because of her athleticism
Gunnare would like to move her to the perimeter.
The coaches have done an outstanding job putting together a
team with talent and depth to spare. With six athletes over six feet or
taller, Gunnare has More size than Ive ever had on a roster, and is
understandably excited about the potential that can bring.
Region IX has become extremely competitive over the past 10 or so
years however, and the best teams on paper dont always win. But if
these Lady T-birds stay true to Gunnares program, we can be hopeful
that they will eliminate the sting of last years early tournament exit.

SIZE AND
DIVERSITY
If you havent heard by now, the
NJCAA has scrapped the cap on
international recruiting.

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FAVORITE SPORTS FIGURE: MICHAEL JORDAN
FAVORITE HOBBY/PASTIME: RIDING HORSES
MOST INSPIRATIONAL PERSON: NICK VUJICIC
THING I MISS MOST ABOUT BEING A KID:
BEING A KID
A ONE-WORD DESCRIPTION OF MYSELF IS:
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MY BIGGEST FEAR IS: CLOWNS

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ALYSSA

MAJOR: GENERAL STUDIES

HOMETOWN: CROW AGENCY, MONTANA

FT:
84%

3P:
32%

FG:
41%

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GUARD | 511 | SOPHOMORE

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HIGH SCHOOL COACH: TANA STEWART
PARENTS: ALDEN BIG MAN JR.
AND LUZENIA YELLOWMULE
SIBLINGS: ACACIA, AIYANNA, ANNIKA
FAVORITE FOOD: STEAK
FAVORITE MOVIE: STRAIGHT OUT OF COMPTON
FAVORITE SPORTS FIGURE: SHONI SCHIMMEL
FAVORITE HOBBY/PASTIME: RIDING HORSES
MOST INSPIRATIONAL PERSON:
MY GRANDPARENTS
MENTOR: MY OLDER SISTER
THING I MISS MOST ABOUT BEING A KID:
NO WORRIES, STRESS FREE
ONE THING I AM NOT GOOD AT: SOCIALIZING
A ONE-WORD DESCRIPTION OF MYSELF IS:
AWKWARD
MY BIGGEST FEAR IS: LOSING IT ALL

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HIGH SCHOOL COACH: DOUG DIEHL
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MOST INSPIRATIONAL PERSON: MY MOM
THING I MISS MOST ABOUT BEING A KID:
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ONE THING I AM NOT GOOD AT: LIFE
A ONE-WORD DESCRIPTION OF MYSELF IS: MESS
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FAVORITE SPORTS FIGURE: BECKY HAMMON
FAVORITE HOBBY/PASTIME:
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MOST INSPIRATIONAL PERSON: MY MOM
MENTOR: COACH MIKE PURCELL
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ONE THING I AM NOT GOOD AT: DANCING
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PARENTS: SUKRU AND GULCAN ALTUNBULAK
MAJOR: GENERAL STUDIES
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HOMETOWN: SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA


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MY BIGGEST FEAR IS: LOSING A LOVED ONE

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WOMENS BASKETBALL

HOMETOWN: LAGOS, NIGERIA


HIGH SCHOOL: FANLOT COMPREHENSIVE
HIGH SCHOOL COACH: COACH WALTER
PARENT: SAMUEL NWOKORA
MAJOR: COMMUNICATIONS
FAVORITE SPORTS FIGURE: NEYMAR
MOST INSPIRATIONAL PERSON: MY MUM
MENTOR: MY MUM
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POST | 60 | FRESHMAN

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HOMETOWN: WOLOMIN, POLAND
HIGH SCHOOL: SECONDARY SCHOOL OF GENERAL
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PARENTS: EDYTA AND KRZYSZTOF RADOMSKA
MAJOR: GENERAL STUDIES
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HOMETOWN: ISTANBUL, TURKEY


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HIGH SCHOOL COACH: EMRE OZSARI
PARENT: IMDAT KARAHAN
MAJOR: PRE-PHYSICAL THERAPY
FAVORITE SPORTS FIGURE: LEBRON JAMES
MOST INSPIRATIONAL PERSON: MY FATHER
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HOMETOWN: WORCESTERSHIRE, ENGLAND


HIGH SCHOOL: CHARNWOOD COLLEGE
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MAJOR: UNDECIDED
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2014-2015 Individual Statistics


TOTAL
3-PT
REBOUNDS
# Player
GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT R/G PF A TO BLK ST
1 Sakayla Davenport 29 7 483 16.7 39 120 .325 23
67 .343 13 18 .722
4 53 57 2.0 60 63 57 1 22
2 Cierra Levias
31 6 392 12.3 29 93 .312 2
18 .111 25 38 .658 18 62 80 2.6 51 37 43 3 30
3 Jordan Smith
10 0 28 2.8 1 10 .100 0
4 .000 1
2 .500
6 2 8 0.8 2 0 4 0 1
4 Shanda Post
31 1 368 11.9 38 152 .250 15
66 .227 13 34 .382 26 73 99 3.2 23 35 34 0 24
5 Ada Yalcin
30 23 649 21.4 87 212 .410 50 139 .360 16 20 .800
7 85 92 3.1 59 72 72 3 38
11 Brianna Troop
21 19 557 26.5 59 108 .546 27
55 .491 26 31 .839 16 76 92 4.4 44 116 72 5 40
14 Josie Sewell
29 1 185 6.3 21 43 .488 0
0 .000 23 43 .535 25 12 37 1.3 45 2 27 6 10
15 Kassidy Scott
29 28 686 22.4 104 291 .357 12
56 .214 95 146 .651 66 112 178 6.1 83 69 78 3 25
22 Alyssa Big Man
31 21 687 21.9 110 267 .412 38 118 .322 37 44 .841 40 97 137 4.4 28 45 35 1 27
23 Nika Zyryanova
31 14 505 16.3 59 174 .339 19
69 .275 21 31 .677 23 42 65 2.1 39 51 47 0 21
24 Linsay Porter
7 0 64 9.2 8 14 .571 1
5 .200 0
0 .000
5 12 17 2.4 3 8 5 0 0
30 Gabby Johnson
31 29 661 21.0 127 250 .508 0
0 .000 63 105 .600 69 128 197 6.4 63 30 45 22 37
32 Elissa Johnson
31 4 467 15.1 71 173 .410 9
32 .281 31 39 .795 43 73 116 3.7 44 17 32 1 9
43 Grace Weeks
31 2 296 9.1 50 123 .407 0
0 .000 57 88 .648 40 61 101 3.3 39 7 33 7 8
TEAM 13 24 37 6
TEAM
Casper College
Opponents

GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT R/G PF A TO BLK ST PTS P/G
31 6027 803 2030 .396 196 629 .312 421 639 .659 401 912 1313 42.4 585 552 590 52 2 98 2223 71.7
31 4949 712 2012 .354 176 673 .262 418 627 .667 353 804 1157 37.3 573 389 581 76 3 22 2018 65.1

2014-2015 Game Results


Opponent
h Lamar CC
h Otero Junior College
a Northeastern JC
a Columbus CC
h Northeastern JC
h USU Eastern Utah
h Western Wyoming CC
a Eastern Wyoming College
a North Idaho College
a North Idaho College
a Pima Community College
n Cochise College
n Arizona Western College
* h LBHC Rams
* h Miles Community College
h Eastern Wyoming College

PTS P/G
114 3.9
85 2.7
3 0.3
104 3.4
240 8.0
171 8.1
65 2.2
315 10.9
295 9.5
158 5.1
17 2.4
317 10.2
182 5.9
157 5.1

Overall Record 22-9

Score
Win Lose Record
100-74
W
1-0
65-57
W
2-0
49-62
L
2-1
85-80
W
3-1
60-45
W
4-1
79-87
L
4-2
49-55
L
4-3
76-74 OT W
5-3
75-67
W
6-3
59-64
L
6-4
87-80 OT W
7-4
63-55
W
8-4
62-71
L
8-5
78-39
W
9-5
77-71
W
10-5
72-55
W
11-5

Opponent
* a Sheridan College
* a Gillette College
* h Western Wyoming CC
* a Northwest College
* h Gillette College
* h Sheridan College
h Western Nebraska CC
* a Miles Community College
* a LBHC Rams
* a Central Wyoming College
* h Northwest College
* a Western Wyoming CC
* h Central Wyoming College
a Western Nebraska CC
h Northwest College

Score
Win Lose
94-81
W
78-59
W
85-60
W
68-69
L
75-47
W
72-64
W
58-57
W
68-66
W
103-80
W
61-55
W
68-55
W
81-72
W
65-68
L
49-67
L
62-74
L

Record
12-5
13-5
14-5
14-6
15-6
16-6
17-6
18-6
19-6
20-6
21-6
22-6
22-7
22-8
22-9

Note: * denotes a conference game

Casper College at NJCAA Tournament


1987 (9th): def. Cowley County (Kan.), 72-60; lost to
NE Mississippi, 88-57
1992 (7th): lost to Central Arizona 48-64; def. Lake Region
(Minn.), 100-94; def. Barton County (Kan.), 85-76; def.
Walter State (Tenn.), 86-82
1994 (12th): lost to Westark CC (Ark.), 90-72;
lost to E. Central (Miss.), 68-58
1996 (3rd): def. Okaloosa/Walton (Fla.)73-72 OT; def. Crowder
(Mo), 66-40; lost to Trinity Valley (Tex.), 85-77;
def. Utah Valley, 62-54
1997 (7th): def. Vincennes (Ind.), 93-69; lost to

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Weatherford (Tex.), 79-71; lost to Kansas City (Mo.), 81-57


2000 (9th): lost to Tyler (Tex.), 71-50; def. Iowa Western,
76-60; lost to Ricks (Idaho), 77-66
2007 (12th): lost to Odessa (Tex.), 56-52; lost to Tyler (Tex.),
80-59
2010 (4th): def. Copiah-Lincoln (Miss.), 66-56; def. Central
Arizona, 80-78; lost to Jefferson College (Mo.), 76-56; lost to
Labelle (Kan.), 76-72
2011 (9th): lost to Grayson County, 65-41; def. John A Logan,
63-51; lost to Cloud County, 65-61

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Year Champion
1977 Northeast Neb.
1978 Eastern Wyo.
1979 Eastern Wyo.
1980 Western Wyo.
1981 Western Wyo.
1982 Central Wyo.
1983 Northeastern Colo.
1984 Central Wyo.
1985 Central Wyo.
1986 Central Wyo.
1987 Casper College (9th)
1988 Miles CC, Mont.
1989 Miles CC, Mont.
1990 Miles CC, Mont.
1991 Sheridan College
1992 Casper College (7th)
1993 Western Neb.
1994 Casper College (12th)
1995 Western Neb.
1996 Casper College (3rd)
1997 Casper College (7th)
1998 Western Neb. (4th)
1999 Sheridan College (7th)
2000 Casper College (9th)
2001 Western Neb. (12th)
2002 Northeastern Colo. (12th)
2003 Western Neb. (12th)
2004 Western Neb. (4th)
2005 Western Neb.
2006 Western Neb. (8th)
2007 Casper College (12th)
2008 Western Neb. (8th)
2009 Sheridan College (12th)
2010 Casper College (4th)
2011 Casper College (9th)
2012 Otero JC
2013 Western Nebraska
2014 Western Nebraska
2015 Western Nebraska

Runner-up
Northeastern Colo.
Northeastern Colo.
Casper College
McCook
McCook
Northeastern Colo.
Otero JC
Northwest Wyo.
Southeast Neb.
Casper College
Western Wyo.
Northeast Neb.
Sheridan College
Northwest Wyo.
Western Neb.
Western Neb.
Casper College
Western Neb.
Casper College
Western Neb.
Western Neb.
Sheridan College
Western Neb.
Western Neb.
Northeast Neb.
Casper College
Casper College
Otero JC
Casper College
Casper College
Western Neb.
Miles CC
Northeastern JC
Otero JC
Otero JC
Northeastern JC
Gillette College
Western Wyoming
Northeastern JC

Season Win-Loss Records

Decade Records

Year
Before 76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95

1970s
1980s
1990s
2000s
2010s

W
40
7
8
14
10
10
5
14
7
6
25
27
18
9
13
23
33
25
26
20

L
16
10
9
6
10
12
17
9
17
20
7
5
10
16
13
5
2
2
6
6

Year
W
L
1995-96
28
6
1996-97
32
4
1997-98
19
9
1998-99
21 11
1999-00
21 13
2000-01
17 12
2001-02
27
5
2002-03
23 10
2003-04
19 14
2004-05
16 19
2005-06
21 13
2006-07
26
9
2007-08
20 12
2008-09
26
7
2009-10
33
5
2010-11
25 11
2011-12
30
3
2012-13
24
8
2013-14
21 11
2014-15
22
9
Total 778 383

60-40
131-123
240-64
307-127
100-33

.600
.516
.789
.707
.751

Coaching Records
Coach
Jean Wheatley
Kathy DeSmith
Lynn Reynolds
Bobby Hilke
Sharon Hoffman
Karen Johnson
Abe Steward
Gary Becker
Angelo Hill
Dwight Gunnare
Totals

Years
1972-73
1973-76
1976-77
1977-79
1979-81
1981-85
1985-89
1989-03
2003-09
2009-Present
1972-2015

W L Pct
9
1
.900
31
15
.674
7
10
.412
22
15
.594
20
22
.476
32
63
.337
79
38
.675
328 104 .759
101 66
.604
181 53
.783
810 377 .686

Gary Becker

Editors note Varsity competition at Casper College


began in 1972-1973. The first womens games were in
1971. That season, under Jean Wheatley, Casper defeated
the University of Wyoming.

Team Records
Composite Records 1979-85 and 1988-2000
Most points single game 115 (LBHC), 2007-08
Best record 33-2 (.943), 1991-92
Best finish Third at nationals, 1996
Most points 2,978 (85.0 per game), 1991-92

Total rebounds 1480, 2002-03


Average rebounds 44.85, 2002-03
Team free throws 539/778 (.693), 1991-92
Longest winning streak 25 games, 2009-10

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National/Regional Individual Honors


All-American

Karlin Sedlacek
Nicole Gardiner
Monica Gauck
Chrissy Ingalls
Dianne LAmi (1st team)
Lori Ives (2nd team)
Rechelle Lang
Nola Wainohu
Maria Goldsmith
Tiffany Scott (2nd team)
Dejeanette Flourney
Tiffany Scott
Justyna Podziemska
Justyna Podziemska
Carine Reimink
Magdalena Pawlaczyk
Juliana Paunovic (2nd team)
Lindsey Fearing (3rd team)
Rosalie Cutri (2nd team)
Kendyl Nunn (3rd team)

1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1996-97
1997-98
1999-00
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2006-07
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2013-14

Samantha Gilbert
Candy Tefertiller
April Baker
Elizabeth Brown
Marta Tlalka
Justyna Podziemska
Magdalena Pawlaczyk
Dana Seth

1991-92
1993-94
2001-02
2001-02
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2008-09

Distinguished Academic All-American

Jackie Westover
Alyssa Schmidt
Shelby Stewart
Nika Zyryanova

2009-10
2011-12
2012-13
2014-15

Nicole Henry
Aubrey Thompson
Magdalena Pawkaczyk
Josie Stewart
Kerstin Minchow
Juliana Paunovic
Megan Wilson
McKenzie Danforth
Ragen Wilson
Whittney Lott

1994-95
2005-06
2006-07
2008-00
2009-10
2009-10
2009-11
2011-12
2013-14
2013-14

Samantha Gilbert
Dianne LAmi (1st team)
Juliana Paunovic

1992
1996
2010

Joyce Tivis
Karlin Sedlacek
Tara Matson
Michelle L'Ami-Hill
Karlin Sedlacek
Samantha Gilbert
Nicole Gardiner
Monica Gauck
Hayley Swan
Chrissy Ingalls

1987-88
1990-91
1990-91
1990-91
1991-92
1991-92
1992-93
1992-94
1993-94
1994-95

Academic All-American

National All-Tournament

All-Region

Rachel Glendinning
Dianne LAmi
Erin Dowler
Lori Ives
Rechelle Lang
Nola Wainohu
Kara VanRanst
Renee Wharekura
Maria Goldsmith
Zsuzsa Tarnai
Phinnie Matthews
Nikoletta Deutsch
Tiffany Scott
Dejeanette Flourney
Elizabeth Brown
Tiffany Scott
Megan Murphy
Justyna Podziemska
Brittnee Fonnesbeck
Magdalena Pawlaczyk
Justyna Podziemska
Magdalena Pawlaczyk
Carine Reimink
Mary Brown
Josie Stewart
Emily Elliott
Josie Stewart
Samira Van Grinsven
Juliana Paunovic
Lindsey Fearing
Rosalie Cutri

1994-95
1994-96
1995-96
1996-97
1996-97
1996-98
1997-98
1998-99
1998-00
1999-01
2000-01
2001-02
2001-02
2002-03
2002-03
2003-04
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2005-06
2006-07
2006-07
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2008-09
2009-10
2009-10
2010-11
2010-12

Shelby Stewart
Shelby Stewart
Shelby Garska
Cheyanne Balster
Kendyl Nunn
Kassidy Scott
Gabby Johnson
Kassidy Scott
Bree Throop

2011-12
2012-13
2012-13
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15

Carine Reimink
Magdalena Pawlaczyk
Justyna Podziemska
Magdalena Pawlaczyk
Leah Stepovich
Tana Stewart
Juliana Paunovic
Emily Elliott
Josie Stewart
Juliana Paunovic
KeArrow Jenkins
Samira Van Grinsven
Shanice Billington
Lindsey Fearing
Rosalie Cutri
Sherece Huddlin
Shelby Garska
Bailey Holland
Cheyanne Balster
Kendyl Nunn

2005-06
2005-06
2005-06
2006-07
2006-07
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2008-09
2009-10
2011-12
2009-10
2009-10
2010-11
2010-11
2010-11
2011-12
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

Region IX All-Tournament

Individual Leaders (These statistics do not include 1986-87)


Total points season
Dejeanette Flourney
Dianne LAmi
Lindsey Fearing
Justyna Podziemska
Tiffany Scott
Monica Gauck
Karlin Sedlacek
Tara Matson
Tiffany Scott
Chrissy Ingalls
Tara Matson
Kendyl Nunn
Samira Van Grinsven
Lori Ives
Nola Wainohu
Stacey Nutt
Maria Goldsmith
Rosalie Cutri
Zsuzsa Tarnai
Beth Bratton
Josie Stewart
Juliana Paunovic
Nola Wainohu
Megan Murphy
Rosalie Cutri
Samantha Gilbert
Nicole Gardiner
Kassidy Scott
Total points career
Tiffany Scott
Tara Matson

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2002-03
1995-96
2010-11
2005-06
2003-04
1992-94
1991-92
1990-91
2001-02
1993-94
1991-92
2013-14
2009-10
1996-97
1997-98
2002-03
1999-00
2010-11
1999-00
1983-84
2008-09
2009-10
1996-97
2003-04
2011-12
1990-91
1992-93
2013-14

589
574
565
549
544
537
537
505
495
490
478
478
474
472
470
469
469
462
459
458
452
451
433
428
427
426
424
423

2001-04
1990-92

1039
983

Lindsey Fearing
Karlin Sedlacek
Samantha Gilbert
Nola Wainohu
Rosalie Cutri
Monica Gauck
Maria Goldsmith
Chrissy Ingalls
Dianne LAmi
Justyna Podziemska
Samira Van Grinsven
Stacey Nutt
Zsuzsa Tarnai
Beth Bratton
Josie Stewart
Linda Jackson
Kassidy Scott
Magdalena Pawlaczyk
Nikoletta Deutsch
Juliana Paunovic
Phinnie Matthews
Shelby Stewart
Megan Murphy
Elizabeth Brown
Kara VanRanst
Total rebounds season
Dejeanette Flourney
Tiffany Scott
Samira Van Grinsven
Sherece Huddlin
Emmora Keenan
Tiffany Scott

2010-11
1990-92
1990-92
1996-98
2010-12
1992-94
1998-00
1993-95
1994-96
2004-06
2009-10
2001-03
1999-01
1982-84
2007-09
1984-86
2013-15
2005-07
2000-02
2009-10
1999-01
2012-13
2002-04
2001-03
1996-98

942
939
910
903
889
889
886
868
865
856
836
826
778
763
750
749
738
714
702
695
687
686
664
643
635

2002-03
2003-04
2009-10
2010-11
1996-97
2001-02

477
300
293
292
285
284

Beth Bratton
Shiela Hughes
Magdalena Pawlaczyk
Magdalena Pawlaczyk
Elizabeth Brown
Rene Wharekura
Josie Stewart
Justyna Podziemska
Sherece Huddlin
Kris Davis
Zsuzsa Tarnai
Carine Reimink
Lori Ives
Dianne LAmi
Cheyanne Balster
Samantha Gilbert
Samira van Grinsven
Chrissy Ingalls
Agata Dobrowolska
Rosalie Cutri
Cheyanne Balster
Josie Stewart
Marlianne Louzero
Kendyl Nunn
Marta Tlalka
Kassidy Scott
Beth Bratton
Total rebounds career
Tiffany Scott
Sherece Huddlin
Magdalena Pawlaczyk
Samira Van Grinsven

1983-84
1984-85
2006-07
2005-06
2002-03
1998-99
2008-09
2005-06
2009-10
1981-82
1999-00
2006-07
1996-97
1995-96
2013-14
1991-92
2008-09
1994-95
2012-13
2010-11
2012-13
2007-08
2010-11
2013-14
2004-05
2013-14
1982-83

274
269
258
255
250
245
241
238
234
231
230
228
226
222
221
221
220
218
212
211
207
207
206
205
204
203
201

2001-04
2009-11
2005-07
2009-10

584
543
513
513

Emmora Keenan
Dejeanette Flourney
Beth Bratton
Samantha Gilbert
Cheyanne Balster
Justyna Podziemska
Elizabeth Brown
Zsuzsa Tarnai
Chrissy Ingalls
Rosalie Cutri
Carine Reimink
Sheila Hughes
Kassidy Scott
Renee Wharekura
Lori Ives
Dianne LAmi
Shelby Garska
Nola Wainohu
Rachel Glendinning
Kylee Rinehart
Juliana Paunovic
Shelby Stewart
Maria Goldsmith
Stacey Nutt
Total assists season
Emily Elliott
Rosalie Cutri
Michelle L'Ami-Hill
Hayley Swan
Shanice Billington
Rosalie Cutri
Phinnie Matthews

1995-97
2002-03
1982-84
1990-92
2013-14
2004-06
2001-03
2000-01
1993-95
2011-12
2005-07
1984-86
2013-15
1998-99
1995-97
1994-96
2011-13
1996-98
1993-95
2004-07
2009-10
2011-13
1998-00
2001-03

486
477
475
435
428
425
416
411
410
405
392
384
381
375
344
337
333
310
306
286
285
268
268
263

2008-09
2010-11
1991-92
1993-94
2009-10
2011-12
1999-00

178
173
160
149
148
141
138

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Individual Leaders
Sheryl Schroefel
1985-86
Mary Brown
2006-07
Shelby Garska
2012-13
Sami Walking Bear
2001-03
Maria Goldsmith
1998-99
Nikoletta Deutsch
2001-02
Phinnie Matthews
2000-01
Justyna Podziemska
2005-06
Aubrey Thompson
2005-06
Elizabeth Cooper
2006-07
Maria Goldsmith
1999-00
Hayley Swan
1992-93
Rechelle Lang
1996-97
Megan Wilson
2008-09
Emily Elliott
2007-08
Elizabeth Brown
2001-03
Dana Seth
2008-09
Taylor Deiehl (Kofoed)
2011-12
Sakayla Davenport
2013-14
Vicki Williams
1988-89
Bailey Holland
2011-12
Brittnee Fonnesbeck
2004-05
Shelby Garska
2011-12
Kara VanRanst
1997-98
Karlin Sedlacek
1991-92
Jasmine Belin
2009-10
Total assists career
Rosalie Cutri
2011-12
Emily Elliott
2007-09
Michelle L'Ami-Hill
1990-92
Phinnie Matthews
2000-01
Hayley Swan
1992-94
Maria Goldsmith
1998-00
Shelby Garska
2011-13
Rechelle Lang
1995-97
Justyna Podziemska
2004-06
Nikoletta Deutsch
2001-02
Dana Seth
2007-09
Sami Walking Bear
2001-03
Lindsey Fearing
2009-11
Elizabeth Brown
2001-03
Dianne LAmi
1994-96
Bree Throop
2014-15
Free throw percentage season
Leah Stepovich
2006-07
Leah Stepovich
2005-06
Karlin Sedlacek
1991-92
Linda Jackson
1984-85
Rechelle Lang
1995-96
Lindsey Fearing
2010-11
Bree Throop
2014-15
Madara Gulbe
2011-12
Wendy Walker
2009-10
Teri Filipek
1992-93
Tara Palko
2001-02
Rosalie Cutri
2010-11
Kassidy Scott
2013-14
Tara Matson
1990-91
Shelby Stewart
2012-13
Lori Ives
1996-97
Megan Murphy
2003-04
Shelby Stewart
2011-12
Stacey Nutt
2002-03
Marcia Hawea
1999-00
H. Herring-Bartlett
1997-98

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125
122
116
115
114
114
114
111
111
109
108
102
94
92
92
89
87
88
83
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77
76
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314
268
260
252
258
227
202
169
167
159
157
148
144
143
140
116
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.810
.809
.804
.804
.802
.800
.800
.800
.800

Josie Stewart
2007-08
Josie Stewart
2008-09
Elissia Johnson
2013-14
Sakayla Davenport
2013-14
Jasmine Belin
2010-11
Ragen Wilson
2013-14
Taylor Deiehl (Kofoed)
2011-12
Ewa Urbanowska
2008-09
Justyna Podziemska
2005-06
Agata Dobrowolska
2012-13
CodiAnne Corpening
2011-12
Nola Wainohu
1997-98
Chrissy Ingalls
1993-94
Tiffany Scott
2003-04
Christine Cox
1989-90
Dana Seth
2008-09
Tara Palko
2000-01
Lindsey Fearing
2009-10
Stacy Nutt
2001-02
2 point field goal % career
Dejeanette Flourney
217/355
Bree Throop
Maria Goldsmith
337/619
Justyna Podziemska
215/400
Samira van Grinsven
217/418
Rachel Glendinning
197/384
Monica Gauck
361/704
Lori Ives
178/349
Beth Bratton
274/538
Nola Wainohu
295/581
Phinnie Matthews
207/408
Samantha Gilbert
337/680
Nicole Gardiner
218/440
Carine Reimink
234/484
Zsuzsa Tarnai
286/597
Total steals season
Rosalie Cutri
2011-12
Phinnie Matthews
1999-00
Michelle L'Ami-Hill
1991-92
Kayla Bolke-Hemmer
1996-97
Erin Dowler
1995-96
Michelle L'Ami-Hill
1990-91
Phinnie Matthews
2000-01
Dianne LAmi
1995-96
Samantha Gilbert
1991-92
Stephanie Warnke
2004-05
Tana Stewart
2006-07
Rechelle Lang
1996-97
Justyna Podziemska
2005-06
Hayley Swan
1993-94
Maria Goldsmith
1999-00
Emily Elliott
2008-09
Magdalena Pawlaczyk
2006-07
Kara VanRanst
1996-97
Monica Gauck
1993-94
Bailey Holland
2011-12
Nola Wainohu
1997-98
Nola Wainohu
1996-97
Dianne LAmi
1994-95
Ragen Wilson
2013-14
Total steals career
Rosalie Cutri
2010-12
Phinnie Matthews
1999-01
Michelle L'Ami-Hill
1990-92
Maria Goldsmith
1998-00

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Nola Wainohu
1996-98
151
Dianne LAmi
1994-96
146
Samantha Gilbert
1990-92
143
Hayley Swan
1992-94
143
Magdalena Pawlaczyk
2005-07
140
Emily Elliott
2007-09
136
Rechelle Lang
1995-97
134
Monica Gauck
1992-94
126
Ragen Wilson
2013-14
117
Justyna Podziemska
2005-06
115
Nikoletta Deutsch
2000-02
111
Tana Stewart
2005-07
107
Erin Dowler
1994-96
102
Blocked shots season
Emmora Keenan
1996-97
86
Marlianne Louzero
2010-11
61
Cheyanne Balster
2013-14
55
Renee Wharekura
1998-99
51
Renee Wharekura
1997-98
48
Cassandra Suffolk
2007-08
47
Samira van Grinsven
2009-10
42
Justyna Podziemska
2005-06
40
Dejeanette Flourney
2002-03
39
Marina Andonova
2002-03
38
Cheyanne Balster
2012-13
37
Justyna Podziemska
2004-05
35
Carine Reimink
2006-07
33
Agata Dobrowolska
2012-13
29
Juliana Paunovic
2009-10
29
Tiffany Scott
2003-04
22
Samira van Grinsven
2008-09
22
Blocked shots career
Emmora Keenan
1995-97
144
Renee Wharekura
1997-99
99
Cheyanne Balster
2013-14
92
Justyna Podziemska
2004-06
75
Single game scoring record
Dianne LAmi 39 vs. WWC
1995-96
Juliana Paunovic 32 vs. SLCC
2009-10
Emily Elliott 31 vs. WWCC
2008-09
Kendyl Nunn 30 vs. Sheridan CC
2013-14
Lindsey Fearing 30 vs. WNCC
2009-10
Samira vanGrinsven 29 vs.WNCC
2009-10
Free-throw percentage career
Leah Stepovich
2005-07
60/65 .923
Karlin Sedlacek
1990-92 151/172 .878
Bree Throop
2014-15
26/31 .839
Shelby Stewart
2011-13 81/101 .801
Tara Palko
2001-02
68/85 .800
Tara Matson
1990-92 141/177 .797
Josie Stewart
2007-09 188/238 .797
Rechelle Lang
1995-97 107/135 .793
Taylor Kofoed
2011-13
31/40 .775
Sakayla Davenport 2013-14
58/75 .773
Stacey Nutt
2001-03 179/232 .772
Terri Filipek
1991-93 78/102 .765
Ragen Wilson
2013-14
58/77 .753
Kelly Fargen
2006-09
30/40 .750
Nola Wainohu
1996-98 91/122 .746
Justyna Podziemska 2005-06 129/173 .746
Kassidy Scott
2013-14 227/309 .735
Chrissy Ingalls
1993-95 241/328 .735
Shelby Garska
2011-13 113/154 .733
Dana Seth
2007-09 76/104 .731

Rosalie Cutri
2011-12 150/206 .730
Megan Murphy
2002-04 149/204 .730
3-point field goals percentage season
Karlin Sedlacek
1991-92 60/120 .500
Bree Throop
2013-14
27/55 .491
Megan House
2008-09
32/73 .438
Lindsey Fearing
2009-10 73/168 .435
Zsuzsa Tarnai
2000-01
23/54 .426
Jenny Kennedy
1991-92 52/126 .413
Shelby Stewart
2011-12 71/173 .410
Josie Stewart
2008-09 47/115 .409
Emily Elliott
2008-09 86/211 .408
Shelby Stewart
2012-13 100/246 .407
Lori Ives
1996-97
31/78 .397
Brandy Hedges
1995-96
21/54 .389
Rechelle Lang
1995-96
27/70 .386
Dana Seth
2008-09 49/128 .383
Lindsey Fearing
2010-11 113/300 .377
Dana Seth
2007-08 44/119 .370
LaShawn Taylor
1999-00 38/104 .365
Nikoletta Deutsch
2000-01
31/85 .365
Stacy Nutt
2001-02
36/95 .364
Krystal Jackson
2000-01 49/135 .363
CodiAnne Corpening 2011-12
19/47 .362
Three-point field goals career
Karlin Sedlacek
1990-92
96/192 .500
Lindsey Fearing
2009-11 199/498 .405
Shelby Stewart
2011-13 171/419 .401
Megan House
2008-10
61/159 .391
Jenny Kennedy
1991-93 101/263 .384
Dana Seth
2007-09
92/242 .380
Rtechelle Lang
1995-97
56/148 .378
LaShawn Taylor
1999-01
74/204 .363
Josie Stewart
2007-09
61/160 .360
Field goal % season (Two-point only 1980 present)
DeJeanette Flournoy 2002-03 221/355 .603
Justyna Podziemska 2005-06 143/244 .586
Maria Goldsmith
1999-00 184/315 .584
Rachel Glendinning 1994-95 142/247 .575
Tonya Folsom
1982-83 89/161 .553
Bree Throop
2014-15 59/108 .546
Tiffany Scott
2001-02 219/403 .543
Monica Gauck
1992-93 146/269 .543
Samira van Grinsven 2009-10 355/675 .541
Miljana Cejic
2007-08 56/104 .538
Phinnie Matthews 2000-01 95/184 .516
Rosalie Cutri
2011-12 326/704 .514
Jill Russell
1999-00 70/137 .511
Beth Bratton
1983-84 163/317 .510
Lori Ives
1996-97 128/251 .509
Samira van Grinsven 2008-09 152/300 .507
Ewa Urbanowska
2008-09 66/131 .504
Maria Goldsmith
1998-99 153/304 .503
Marisa Nicol
1999-00 51/102 .500
Samantha Gilbert
1991-92 177/355 .499
Laurie Tucker
1978-79 101/203 .498
Monica Gauck
1993-94 215/435 .494
Josie Stewart
2008-09 150/304 .493
Nicole Gardiner
1992-93 154/315 .489
Kayla Bolke-Hemmer 1996-97 118/242 .488
Kristin Peppel
1993-94 66/136 .485
Nola Wainohu
1996-97 137/284 .482

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All-Time Series
1st Last
Opponent
W L Mtg. Mtg.
Adams State JV
1 0 2012-13 2012-13
Air Force JV
11 1 1991-92 2001-03
Air Force Prep
6 0 1992-93 2012-13
Allen County
1 0 2001-02 2001-02
Arizona Western
2 1 2000-01 2006-07
Barton County
1 1 1991-92 2005-06
Bismark, N.D.
1 0 1990-91 1990-91
Buckley Air Force
1 0 2012-13 2012-13
Casper All-Stars
3 0 1995-96 2002-03
Central Arizona
1 3 1991-92 2009-10
Central Wyoming
23 4 1985-86 2013-14
Chadron State
1 0 1985-86 1986-87
Chandler-Gilbert
4 0 2003-04 2006-07
Clarendon College (Texas) 1 0 2009-10 2009-10
Cloud County (Kan.)
0 1 2010-11 2010-11
Cochise College
1 0 2014-15 2014-15
Colby CC
4 5 2002-03 2010-12
College of So. Idaho
12 12 1993-94 2013-14
Columbus CC
1 0 2014-15 2014-15
Coprah-Lincoln (Miss.) 1 0 2009-10 2009-10
Cowley Co. (Kan.)
1 0 1986-87 1986-87
Crowder, (Mo.)
1 0 1995-96 1995-96
Dawson CC
21 5 1985-86 2013-14
Dixie College
0 1 2000-01 2000-01
Doane JV
2 0 1993-94 2004-05
Dodge City, (Kan.)
2 1 1997-98 2007-08
E. Central (Miss.)
0 1 1993-94 1993-94
E. Mont. Alumni
2 0 1993-94 1993-94
Eastern Utah
20 3 1986-87 2013-14
Eastern Wyoming
31 4 1985-86 2012-13
Fort Carson
2 0 2010-11 2010-12
Fort Scott (Kan.)
1 1 2003-04 2005-06
Frank Phillips
2 1 2001-02 2003-04
Garden City (Kan.)
6 2 1992-93 2006-07
Gillette College
9 3 2009-10 2013-14

1st Last
Opponent
W L Mtg. Mtg.
Grayson County (Texas)
Hastings JV
Howard County (Texas)
Hutchinson (Kan.)
Idaho All Stars
Iowa Western
Jefferson College
John A. Logan (Ill.)
Kansas City (Mo.)
Labelte (Kan.)
Lake Region (N.D.)
Lamar CC
Laramie County CC
Las Vegas Heat
Lethbridge (Canada)
Little Big Horn
McCook CC
Midland
Mid Plains
Miles CC
Montana All-Stars
Murry State
Nebraska Tech
Nellis Air Force
Natl College
Navajo
New Mexico JC
NE Mississippi
Northeast Neb.
Northeastern Colo.
NW Colorado (Rangely)
North Idaho
North Idaho All-Stars
Northern Oklahoma

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1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
5
13
1
1
12
11
0
6
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1
1
1
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1
1
0
8
43
2
4
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1
0
0
1
1
0
1
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1
1
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0
0
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12
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
3
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5
10
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2010-11 2010-11
1991-92 1991-92
2003-04 2003-04
1996-97 2004-05
2008-09 2009-10
1999-00 1999-00
2009-10 2009-10
2010-11 2010-11
1996-97 2000-01
2009-10 2009-10
1991-92 1991-92
2001-02 2013-14
1985-86 1991-92
2012-13 2012-13
1990-91 1990-91
2006-07 2013-14
1993-94 2013-14
2003-04 2004-05
1986-87 2003-04
1986-85 2013-14
2003-04 2003-04
2004-05 2004-05
2008-09 2008-09
2008-09 2008-09
1990-91 1990-91
1986-87 1986-87
2003-04 2009-10
1986-87 1986-87
1991-92 2008-09
1985-86 2013-14
1988-89 2007-08
2005-06 2013-14
2005-06 2005-06
2010-11 2010-11

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1st Last
Opponent
W L Mtg. Mtg.
Northwest College
64 14 1985-86 2013-14
Okaloosa Walton (Fla.) 1 0 1995-96 1995-96
Odessa
0 2 2004-05 2006-07
Otero JC
19 5 1991-92 2013-14
Pratt CC
1 0 2007-08 2007-08
Ricks College
4 5 1987-88 1999-00
Rocky Mountain JV
5 2 1998-99 2003-04
Salt Lake CC
10 9 1991-92 2012-13
SE Nebraska
5 1 1991-90 2004-05
Seward Co. (Kan.)
0 3 1997-98 2005-06
Sheridan
60 29 1985-86 2013-14
Snow
12 3 1988-89 2012-13
Spokane CC
3 0 2004-05 2007-02
UTC
0 1 1986-87 1986-87
Utah Valley
5 5 1993-94 2000-01
Walter State (Tenn.)
1 0 1991-92 1991-92
Westark CC
0 1 1993-94 1993-94
Teikyo (Iowa)
1 0 1991-92 1991-92
Treasure Valley (Ore.)
2 0 1996-97 2012-14
Trinity Valley
0 1 1995-96 1995-96
Tyler (Texas)
0 2 2006-07 2006-07
Vincennes (Ind.)
1 0 1996-97 1996-97
Weatherford (Texas)
0 1 1996-97 1996-97
Western Nebraska
38 36 1985-86 2013-14
Western Wyoming
52 15 1985-86 2013-14
Willison State
4 0 2005-06 2009-10
Wisconsin-Waukosha
1 0 2002-03 2002-03
Yakima Valley
1 0 2008-09 2008-09
Yavapai, Ariz.
3 0 1987-88 2006-07
York College, Nebraska 1 0 1987-88 1987-88
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2012-14
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2012-14
Kendyl Nunn
2013-14
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Agata Dobrowolska 2012-13
Shelby Garska
2011-13
Rosalie Cutri
2011-12
Madara Gulbe
2011-12
Kearrow Jenkins
2011-12
Sherece Huddlin 2010-11
Marlianne Louzeiro 2010-11
Lindsey Fearing
2009-11
Juliana Paunovic
2007-10
Samira Van Grinsven 2008-10
Kerstin Minchow
2008-10
Shanice Billington 2009-10
Emily Elliott
2007-09
Josie Stewart
2007-09
Cassandra Suffolk 2007-08
Miljana Cejic
2006-08
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2006-08
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2006-07
Elizabeth Cooper
2006-07
Magdalena Pawlaczyk 2005-07
Carine Reimink
2005-07
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2004-07

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2004-05
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2004-05
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2002-04
Liz Brown
2002-03
Dejeanette Flournoy 2002-03
Stacey Nutt
2002-03
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Nikoletta Deutsch 2000-02
Tara Palko
2000-02
Krystal Jackson
1999-01
Phinnie Matthews 1999-01
Zsuzsu Tarnai
1999-01
Tracy Aragon
1998-00
Chelsey Esau
1998-00
Maria Goldsmith
1998-00
Kylie Youd
1998-00
Renee Wharekaura 1997-99
Kayla Bolke-Hemmer 1996-98
Kara VanRanst
1996-98
Nola Wainohu
1996-98
Lori Ives
1995-97
Emmora Keenan
1995-97
Rechelle Lang
1995-97
Amy Oldaker
1995-97
Erin Dowler
1994-96

Rocky Mountain College


Chaminade (Hawaii)
University of Wyoming
Missouri - Rolla
Lane College (Tenn.)
Western State
Ohio
West Virginia State
Ohio
Illinois-Chicago
Southern Colorado
Montana State - Billings
Manhattan University
Southern Colorado
Regis University, Denver
Winston Salem College
University of Illinois, Chicago
Winthrop (S.C.)
Montana State - Billings
Brigham Young
South Carolina - Aiken
University of Texas, Arlington
Augusta College (Ga.)
University of South Dakota
University of Oklahoma
Butler University (Ind.)
Old Dominion (Va.)
Arizona State
Chadron State (Neb.)
Albertson College

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Vanessa Elder
Chrissy Ingalls
Mistee Worman
DAnn Barnes
Monica Gauck
Kristin Peppel (VB)
Lori Sher-rod
Hayley Swan
Candy Tefertiller
Teri Filipek
Nicole Gardiner
Teena Schultz
Samantha Gilbert
Michelle LAmi-Hill
Kelly Maebane
Tara Matson
Karlin Sedlacek
Tawnya Bakke
Serbrina Andrews
Sheryl Schroefel
Shiela Hughes
Linda Jackson
Beth Bratton

1994-96
1993-95
1993-95
1993-95
1993-95
1992-94
1992-94
1992-94
1992-94
1992-94
1992-94
1991-93
1991-93
1991-93
1990-92
1990-92
1990-92
1990-92
1990-92
1989-91
1985-87
1985-87
1984-86
1984-86
1982-84

Wichita State
Colorado Christian
Colorado Christian
University of Wyoming
University of Wyoming
University of Texas - El Paso
Southwest Texas
Florida Institute of Tech.
George Mason (Va.)
Augusta College (Ga.)
Mt. Olive (N.C.)
Eastern Montana
Radford University (Va.)
Univ. of Nebraska - Omaha
Radford University (Va.)
Sam Houston State
Eastern Montana
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1984-87
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1985-87
1998-00
1985-86

Tracy Bair
April Baker
Tawnya Bakke
Cheyanne Balster
DAnn Barnes
Cindy Beard
Meghan Becker
Barb Beegles
Jasmine Belin
Dawn Bennett
Alyssa Big Man
Shanice Billington
Jana Bint

1993-95
2001-02
1989-91
2012-14
1992-94
1977-78
2012-14
1982-83
2009-11
1984-85
2014-15
2009-10
2000-02
Kayla Bolke-Hemmer 1996-98
Lana Bolan
1973-74
Julie Brannan
1982-83
Beth Bratton
1981-84
Karen Brinton
1986-87
Michelle Brooks
1984-85
Elizabeth Brown
2001-03
Karen Brown
1982-83
Mary Brown
2006-07
Andrea Bruch
1995-97
Shannon Buckner 1985-86
Deborah Bunnell 1984-85
Angela Burgess
1996-98
Regina Byrd
1989-90

Stephanie Campbell 1988-90


Miljana Cejic
2007-08
Donna Chavez
1976-77
Melissa Chavez
1988-89
Asha Cheeks
1996-98
Helen Cimburek
1975-76
Beth Clark
1983-84
Trissilyn Clayton 2004-05
Mary Jane Comings 1974-76
Elizabeth Compeau 2005-06

Anne Conolly
Christy Coombs
Elizabeth Cooper
Pat Cooper

1973-74
1990-92
2006-07
1973-75
CodiAnne Corpening 2010-12
Valencia Cottom
2007-08
Deborah Cover
1976-78
Jeanette Cover
1976-78
Christine Cox
1989-91
Janet Croom
1980-82
Carolyn Crouch
1981-84
Tiffany Crouch
1995-98
Rosalie Cutri
2010-12

McKenzie Danforth
Darlene Daniels
Sakayla Davenport
Kathy Davis
Kris Davis
Nancy Davis
Nikoletta Deutsch
Tracy Deyo

2010-12
1988-90
2013-15
1971-72
1980-82
1973-74
2000-02
2000-01
Taylor Diehl (Kofoed) 2011-13
Cheryl Divine
1976-78
Agata Dobrowlska 2012-13
Dorothy Dockham 1987-88
Jenny Dockham
1993-94
Erin Dowler
1994-96
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