| ARIZONA VS. CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD |

GAME 1 | ARIZONA VS. CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD | MCKALE CENTER | NOV. 17, 2014 | 7:00 P.M. MST
Derrick Fazendin
Assistant Director of Athletics Communications
1 National Championship Drive, McKale 106, Tucson, AZ
O: (520) 626-9395 | C: (949) 981-3695
[email protected] | www.ArizonaWildcats.com
Twitter: @ArizonaWBBall | Facebook.com/ArizonaWomensBasketball
7 NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARENCES | 1997 |1998 | 1999 | 2000 |2003 | 2004 |2005
SCHEDULE/RESULTS
NOVEMBER
11 CONCORDIA (EX) W, 76-55
17 CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD 7 p.m.
21 at Texas Tech 6 p.m.
25 UC SANTA BARBARA11 a.m.
28 Florida International 4 p.m.
30 Toledo/ Virginia
TBA
DECEMBER
3
GRAMBLING STATE 7 p.m.
7
Wake Forest
11 a.m.
11 SOUTHERN
7 p.m.
14 UAB
12 p.m.
20 Stephen F. Austin 3:30 p.m.
29 TENNESSEE MARTIN 7 p.m.
GAME 1 AT A GLANCE
DATE: Nov. 17, 2014
VENUE: McKale Center
CAPACITY: 14,655
SERIES: Arizona leads, 1-0
LAST MEETING: Nov. 9, 2012 (W, 71-50)
RADIO: Arizona IMG Sports Network/
KTUC AM 1400 (Derrick Palmer)
LIVE STREAM: Pac-12.com
LIVE STATS: arizonalivestats.com
TWITTER: @ArizonaWBBall
FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/ArizonaWomensBasketball
INSTAGRAM: arizonawbball
ARIZONA
CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD
Record: 0-0 (0-0 Pac-12)
Ranking (AP/Coaches): -/Coach: Niya Butts
Alma Mater: Tennessee ‘00
Career Record/Yrs: 79-108/7th
School Record/Yrs: Same
vs. Bakersfield: 1-0
‘13-14 Record: 5-25 (1-17 Pac-12)
Last Game: Arizona 76, Concordia 55 (EX)
Record: 1-0 (0-0 WAC)
Ranking (AP/Coaches): -/Coach: Greg McCall
Alma Mater: Bakersfield ‘91
Career Record (DI): 39-51/ 4th
School Record/Yrs: Same
vs. Arizona: 0-1
‘13-14 Record: 19-12 (12-4 WAC)
Last Game: Bakersfield 96, Air Force 56
WILDCATS
ROADRUNNERS
JANUARY
3
WASHINGTON STATE*#
5
WASHINGTON*#
8
ARIZONA STATE*#
10 Arizona State*#
16 Stanford*#
18 California*#
23 OREGON STATE*#
25 OREGON*
30 Utah*
noon
6 p.m. QUICK NOTES
6 p.m. ff The Wildcats and Roadrunners will meet for just the second time in series history, but will
face off for the second time in three years on opening night. Arizona won the first meeting
6 p.m.
71-50 on Nov. 9, 2012 at Bakersfield.
9 p.m. ff Arizona is 26-17 all-time in season openers and 15-9 when opening the year at home....UA
2 p.m.
has won four of its last five season openers and four straight home openers....the Cats have
8 p.m.
never opened the season at home under head coach Niya Butts....last home opener came
1 p.m.
during 2006-07 season.
7 p.m. ff Arizona returns three starters and seven letterwinners overall from last year’s squad,
FEBRUARY
1
Colorado*#
6
CALIFORNIA*
8
STANFORD*#
13 Oregon*
15 Oregon State*#
20 USC*
22 UCLA*#
27 COLORADO*#
11 a.m.
6 p.m.
3 p.m.
7 p.m.
noon
8 p.m.
2 p.m.
6 p.m.
MARCH
1
UTAH*#
5-8 Pac-12 Tournament#
3 p.m.
TBA
(EX)- Exhibition contest (statistics do
not count)
* - Pac-12 Conference game
#- Game to be televised on Pac-12
Networks
All times are local Arizona time and
subject to change
Home games, in BOLD, played inside the McKale Center
including leading scorer Candice Warthen (11.1 ppg). Senior Alli Gloyd (9.4 pts, 6 rebs in
2012-13) and redshirt freshman Dejza James also return after tearing ACLs last year.
ff Arizona boasts the highest ranked class in program history coming into the new season.
ARIZONA PROBABLE STARTERS (based on last season)
No.
1
15
0
30
24
Name Position
Candice Warthen (30) PG
Keyahndra Cannon (1) SG
Breanna Workman (28) SF
Alli Gloyd (0)
PF
LaBrittney Jones (30) PF
CATS TO WATCH
Ht.
5-5
5-9
6-1
6-1
6-1
Class-Exp.
Sr.-3L
Jr.-2L
So.-1L
Sr.-1L
S0.-1L
Points
11.1
4.1
6.7
DNP
7.4
Rebounds
3.9
2.1
4.0
DNP
5.8
Assists
2.4
0.8
0.8
DNP
0.6
Steals
1.3
0.6
0.7
DNP
0.7
Minutes
32.8
18.8
23.3
DNP
24.9
( ) starts this season coming into game
CATS TO WATCH
CANDICE WARTHEN, GUARD, SR.
Candice Warthen returns as the team’s leading scorer from a year ago (11.1
ppg). She also led the team in total points (334), field goals made (134), assists
per game (3.1), and steals per contest (1.3). Warthen had a solid unofficial 201415 debut, going for 12 points on 8-of-10 shooting from the free throw line in
Arizona’s exhibition contest against Concordia.
ALLI GLOYD, FORWARD, SR.
Alli Gloyd will play her first official collegiate basketball game since March
7, 2013, as she returns from a torn ACL. Gloyd averaged 9.4 points and six
rebounds during the 2012-13 season. She scored a career-high 19 points on
two separate occasions during that season.
GAME 1 ARIZONA VS. CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD
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ROSTER INFORMATION
NUMERICAL
No.
0
1
3
4
10
11
14
15
20
24
30
31
33
44
Name
Breanna Workman
Candice Warthen
Taryn Griffey
Chy Cunningham
Lauren Evans
Charice Harris
Malena Washington
Keyahndra Cannon
Farrin Bell
LaBrittney Jones
Alli Gloyd
Dejza James
JaLea Bennett
Charise Holloway Pos.
F
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
F
F
F
G
G
Ht.
6-1
5-5
5-7
5-10
5-11
5-8
5-6
5-9
6-0
6-1
6-1
6-1
6-0
5-9
Cl.-Exp.
So.-1L
R-Sr.-3L
Fr.-HS
Jr.-TR
Jr.-TR
Fr.-HS
So.-TR
Jr.-2L
R-So.-TR
So.-1L
R-Sr.-1L
R-Fr.-HS
Fr.-HS
Fr.-HS
COACHING STAFF
Head Coach: Niya Butts (Tennessee, ‘00), 7th Year
Assistant Coach: E.C. Hill (Northern Illinois, ‘95), 4th Year
Asst. Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator: Calamity McEntire (Tennessee, ‘03), 3rd Year
Assistant Coach: Sean LeBeauf (Montevallo-Ala., ‘94), 2nd Year
Hometown/High School (Last School)
Las Vegas, Nev./Centennial HS
Warrenton, Ga./ Warren County HS
Seattle, Wash./Dr. Phillips HS
Tupelo, Miss./Tupelo HS (Paris JC)
Phoenix, Ariz./Hamilton HS (Virginia Tech)
Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Etiwanda HS)
Beaumont, Texas/ Central HS (Tyler JC)
San Diego, Calif./Mission Bay
Richardson, Texas/Richardson HS (SMU)
Cedar Hill, Texas/Cedar Hill HS
Phoenix, Ariz./South Mountain HS (Mesa CC)
Elk Grove, Calif./Pleasant Grove HS
Grand Prairie, Texas/Mansfield Timberview HS)
Tracy, Calif. (St. Mary’s HS)
SUPPORT STAFF
Director of Operations: Lisa Salgado
Assistant Director of Operations: Nick Incrocci
Video Coordinator: Daniel Boice
Athletic Trainer: Doug Contaoi
ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
No.Name Pos
20
Farrin Bell
G
33
JaLea Bennett
G
15
Keyahndra Cannon
G
4
Chy Cunningham
G
10
Lauren Evans
G
30
Alli Gloyd
F
3
Taryn Griffey
G
11
Cherice Harris
G
44
Charise Holloway
G
31
Dejza James
F
24
LaBrittney Jones
F
1
Candice Warthen
G
14
Malena Washington
G
0
Breanna Workman
F
PRONUNCIATIONS
Niya Butts
NIGH-ah
Sean LeBeaufLeh-BUFF
Farrin Bell
FARE-in
JaLea Bennett
Juh-LEE-uh
Keyahndra Cannon Key-ON-druh
Chy Cunningham
CHIGH
Cherice Harris
Sher-EES
Charise Holloway
Sher-EES
Dezja JamesDAY-juh
Malena Washington Muh-LEE-nuh
Breanna Workman Bree-ANN-uh
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ROSTER BREAKDOWN
By Height:
Alli Gloyd
LaBrittney Jones
Breanna Workman
Dejza James
Farrin Bell
JaLea Bennett
Lauren Evans
Chy Cunningham
Keyahndra Cannon
Charise Holloway
Charice Harris
Taryn Griffey
Malena Washington
Candice Warthen
6-1
6-1
6-1
6-1
6-0
6-0
5-11
5-10
5-9
5-9
5-8
5-7
5-6
5-5
Returners (2013-14 stats):
Candice Warthen
11.1 ppg/3.9 rpg
LaBrittney Jones
7.4 ppg/5.8 rpg
Breanna Workman
6.7 ppg/4.0 rpg
Keyahndra Cannon
4.1 ppg/ 2.1 rpg
Alli Gloyd
DNP (INJ)
Dejza James
DNP (INJ)
Farrin Bell
DNP (TR)
Newcomers:
JaLea Bennett
Taryn Griffey Cherice Harris Charise Holloway Malena Washington
Lauren Evans Chy Cunningham Fr./G/6-0
Fr./G/5-7
Fr./G/5-8
Fr./G/5-9
So./G/5-6
Jr./G/5-11
Jr./G/5-10
By Position:
Guards10
Forwards4
By Class:
Freshmen5
Sophomores4
Juniors3
Seniors2
By State/Country:
California4
Texas4
Arizona2
Georgia 1
Mississippi1
Nevada1
Washington1
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GAME 1 ARIZONA VS. CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD
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2014-15 ARIZONA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RADIO/TV ROSTER
#0 BREANNA WORKMAN
F • 6-1 • So.- 1L
Las Vegas, Nev.
#1 CANDICE WARTHEN
G • 5-5 •RSr.-3L
Warrenton, Ga.
#3 TARYN GRIFFEY
G • 5-7 • Fr.-HS
Seattle. Wash.
#4 CHY CUNNINGHAM
F • 5-10 • Jr.-TR
Tupelo, Miss.
#10 LAUREN EVANS
G • 5-11 • Jr.-TR
Phoenix, Ariz.
#11 CHARICE HARRIS
G • 5-8 • Fr.-HS
Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
#14 MALENA WASHINGTON
G • 5-6 • So.-TR
Beaumont, Texas
#15 KEYAHNDRA CANNON
G• 5-9 • Jr.-1L
Tupelo, Miss.
#20 FARRIN BELL
G • 6-0 • RSo.-TR
Richardson, Texas
#24 LABRITTNEY JONES
F • 6-1 • So.-1L
Cedar Hill, Texas
#30 ALLI GLOYD
F • 6-1 • RSr.-1L
Phoenix, Ariz.
#31 DEJZA JAMES
F • 6-1 • RFr.-HS
Elk Grove, Calif.
#33 JALEA BENNETT
G • 6-0 • Fr.-HS
Grand Praire, Texas
#44 CHARISE HOLLOWAY
G • 5-9 • Fr.-HS
Tracy, Calif.
NIYA BUTTS
Head Coach
7th Season at Arizona
E.C. HILL
Assistant Coach
4th Season at Arizona
CALAMITY McENTIRE
Assistant Coach
3rd Season at Arizona
SEAN LeBEAUF
Assistant Coach
2nd Season at Arizona
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MEDIA POLICIES AND SERVICES
ARIZONA ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS
Office Phone
Office Fax
Press Row Phone
Ticket Office
Web site
Mailing Address
(520) 621-4163
(520) 621-2681
(520) 621-5291
(520)-621-CATS
www.ArizonaWildcats.com
McKale Center, Rm 106
1 National Championship Dr..
Tucson, AZ 85721
Derrick Fazendin, Assistant Director/WBB Contact
Office Phone
(520) 626-9395
Mobile Phone
(949) 981-3695
E-mail
[email protected]
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ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
The University of Arizona Athletics Communications Office is
located in Room 106 on the ground floor of the McKale Center
The McKale Center is located at 1 National Championship Drive.
CREDENTIALS
Requests for press, radio, television and photographer credentials
should be emailed at least 48 hours in advance to Derrick
Fazendin in the Athletics Media Relations Office at [email protected]
arizona.edu. Passes are available for working media only and
are required for all games. Credentials may be picked up in the
Athletic Communications Office on the day of the game or at
the McKale Center Ticket Office beginning 90 minutes prior to
tip-off. Media Credentials for away games will be administered
through the home SID.
PRACTICES
All local and visiting media are welcome to watch Arizona women’s
basketball practices, but must make prior arrangements through
the Athletic Communications Office in order to attend. TV crews
and photographers are welcome to shoot footage of practices,
provided they stay outside the boundaries of the court. Please
contact Derrick Fazendin about covering practices.
All game day and road practices are closed.
INTERVIEWS
All interviews with UA coaches, student-athletes and
administrators MUST be coordinated through the Arizona Athletics
Communications office.
Arrangements to speak with a member of the women’s basketball
program should be made with Derrick Fazendin at least one
day prior to the desired interview date. Players and coaches are
generally available following practice.
The locker rooms, training room and weight room inside McKale
Center and Richard Jefferson Gymnasium are off-limits to
reporters.
On game days, no UA players will be available until the postgame
media session.
Postgame interviews after home games will be conducted in
the interview room which is located in room 105 next to the
Athletic Communications Office inside McKale Center. For post
game interviews following road games contact Derrick Fazendin.
ACCESS TO WILDCATS INFORMATION
ArizonaWildcats.com- The official website of University
of Arizona athletics includes rosters, schedules, statistics, player
profiles, press releases, game notes and more. The site is updated
daily and also includes links to listen to UA athletics events live
over the Internet.
ff E-Mail List – Press releases, notes and statistics are e-mailed to
a large contingent of media. To be added to the list please contact
Derrick Fazendin . Notes packets will be available at least 24 hours
prior to each game, and in many instances much earlier.
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PAC-12.ORG
The league’s official web site contains information on all 12 schools,
including updated conference statistics, schedules and standings.
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INSIDE THE SERIES...
Arizona vs. Cal State Bakersfield
Overall Record...............................................1-0
Home Record................................................ 0-0
Away Record................................................. 1-0
Neutral Site Record..................................... 0-0
Longest Win Streak............................ 1 game
Longest Losing Streak.............................. N/A
Current Streak......................................... Won 1
Record in Last 10 Meetings...................... 1-0
First Meeting
.........Nov. 9, 2012 at Bakersfield (W, 71-50)
Last Meeting
.........Nov. 9, 2012 at Bakersfield (W, 71-50)
Series Notes: This will be the second
overall meeting between Arizona and Cal
State Bakersfield, but also the second in the
last three years, as UA won the lone meeting between the two schools 71-50 back
on Nov. 9, 2012 in Bakersfield. Alli Gloyd
and Keyahndra Cannon are the only two
Wildcats left on the roster from that first
meeting. Gloyd scored 11 points on 4-of-7
shooting and recorded three steals in the
first meeting, while Cannon poured in 10
points on 4-of-7 shooting from the field.
Breaking Down Bakersfield
The Roadrunners enter the new campaign
looking to improve upon a 2013-14 season
that saw Bakersfield go 19-12 overall and
12-4 in the WAC to earn a spot in the WNIT.
The Roadrunners have been picked as the
favorites to win the WAC this year according
to the conference’s preseason coaches’ poll.
Senior forward Tyonna Outland was also
picked as the preseason WAC Player of the
Year. She’s living up to the hype so far, as she
scored a game-high 28 points on 10-of-17
shooting in Bakersfield’s opening night 9656 victory over Air Force on Friday. Senior
guard Brooklyn Hinkens also chipped in
with 21 points in the win.
Last Time Out For Arizona
Four Wildcats scored in double figures,
as Arizona led wire-to-wire en route to a
convincing 76-55 exhibition victory over
Concordia, last Tuesday afternoon inside the
McKale Center.
Sophomore forward LaBrittney Jones scored
a team-high 14 points on 4-of-9 shooting
from the field, while also grabbing five
rebounds and connecting on 6-of-8 free
throws.
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recording 13 points on 5-of-9 shooting,
including knocking down 3-of-6 shots from
three-point land and grabbing six rebounds
off the bench.
Sophomore forward Dejza James provided
a spark off the bench, nearly notching a
double-double, as she put in 11 points,
grabbed eight rebounds and recorded a
game-high three blocks in her first game
back from an ACL injury that kept her out
for most of last season.
Senior Candice Warthen had a nice day offensively, scoring 12 points, as she connected
on a game-high eight shots at the free throw
line, while also dishing out a game-high
equaling three assists.
Sophomore forward Breanna Workman
chipped in as well, scoring eight points and
grabbing a game-high tying 10 rebounds
in the win.
Janis Peterson led the way for Concordia,
as she scored a game-high 17 points, but
shot just 7-of-21 from the field. Katie Ogdon
was the only other Eagle to score in double
figures, as she contributed 12 points and five
rebounds in the loss.
This one was never in doubt, as Arizona
raced out to an early 11-0 advantage, holding Concordia without a bucket for the first
five minutes of the contest. The Cats would
go on to hold the Eagles to just 32 percent
shooting (10-of-31) for the game and 28
percent (7-of-25) from the field for first half.
Concordia was able to trim the Arizona lead
down to 30-22 with 2:47 remaining in the
half, but never got any closer than that, as
the Cats strung together a mini 7-2 run to
take a 37-24 lead into halftime.
Arizona outscored Concordia 13-3 over a
five-minute span, capped off by a Jones
layup, to take its largest lead of the game at
56-34 with 10:55 remaining in the contest.
The Wildcats shot just over 44 percent from
the field (15-of-34) in the second half, while
they converted on nearly 78 percent of their
free throws for the game (21-of-27).
Arizona won the battle in the paint, outscoring Concordia 32-20, including recording 21
second chance points to the Eagles’ seven.
The Cats also received a huge contribution
from the bench, outscoring the Concordia
reserves 38-13 on the day.
Freshman guard Charise Holloway also
impressed in her unofficial Arizona debut,
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GAME 1 ARIZONA VS. CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD
TALE OF THE TAPE
Category
Arizona Bakersfield
Scoring
-96
PPG
-
96
Scoring Margin
-
+40
Field Goals-Attempt
-
34-74
Field Goal Pct.
-
.459
3PT FGs-Attempts
-
10-22
3PT FG Pct.
-
.455
3PT FG MPG
-
10
Free Throw-Attempts.
-
18-25
Free Throw Pct.
-
72%
Rebounds/RPG -39/39
Rebound Margin
-
+1.0
Assists/APG
-22/22
Turnovers/TPG -14/14
TO Margin
-
+16
Assist/TO ratio
-
1.6
Steals/SPG
-17/17
Blocks/BPG -1/1
Oregon State (162, 1 first place).
Hit Me With Your Best Shot
The 2014-15 slate is once again littered
with top-notch competition, as Arizona
will play 17 contests against teams who
qualified for postseason play a year ago,
including seven matches with teams
ranked in both the Associated Press and
USA Today Coaches’ preseason polls in
No. 6/6 Stanford, No. 15/14 California, No.
20/21 Oregon State, and No. 23/23 UCLA.
Conference foes Oregon, USC, and Arizona
State are also receiving votes in either one
or both preseason polls. The Cats will clash
with those schools a combined five times.
Lights, Camera, Action
Arizona games will be shown on a televi-
Breaking Down the 2014-15 sion a school-record 14 times this season,
all on the Pac-12 Networks.
Cats
Seventh-year head coach Niya Butts and the
Wildcats return three starters and seven
letterwinners overall from last year’s squad,
including leading scorer Candice Warthen
(11.1 ppg). Senior Alli Gloyd (9.4 pts, 6 rebs
in 2012-13) and redshirt freshman Dejza
James also return after tearing ACLs last
year. Arizona also boasts the highest ranked
recruiting class in program history coming
into the new season.
For Openers
Arizona is 26-17 all-time in season openers
and 15-9 when opening the year at home....
UA has won four of its last five season openers and four straight home openers....the
Cats have never opened the season at home
under head coach Niya Butts....last home
opener came during 2006-07 season.
Worth the Wait
Going into Monday’s game, Arizona is the
only team in the Pac-12 that has yet to play
a regular season contest.
Cats Tabbed 12th in Pac-12
Preseason Polls
Arizona was picked to finish 12th in the
conference in both the preseason media
and coaches’ polls. The Cats received 12
overall points in the media poll to finish
just behind Colorado, who received 42
points. UA tallied 12 points in the coaches’
poll, while Utah claimed 28 votes, as it was
placed 11th.
Stanford (116, 7 first place), California (111,
3 first place), and Oregon State (105, 2 first
place) rounded out the coaches’ picks for
the conference’s top three finishers, while
the media picked California (194, 9 first
place) to take home the league crown, followed by Stanford (190, 7 first place) and
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By The Numbers
Arizona returns 53 percent of its total
points scored (913/1,736), 48 percent of
its rebounds (494/1,020), 54 percent of its
field goals made (357/661), 25 percent of its
three-pointers made (27/109), 56 percent
of its free throws converted (172/305), 41
percent of its assists (140/344), and 53
percent of its steals from a season ago
(103/193).
“Gloyd” to Have You Back
Senior forward Alli Gloyd returns to action
after missing all of last season with a torn
ACL. Gloyd averaged 9.4 points and six
rebounds per game during the 2012-13
campaign. If one were to plug in her 201213 numbers into last year’s overall statistics,
she would have led the team in free throw
percentage (.739) and overall rebounding
(6.0), while her total steals (37) and points
per game (9.4) would rank second among
all returners. Gloyd scored in double figures
14 separate times during 2012-13.
Follow the Leader
Candice Warthen returns as the team’s leading scorer from a year ago (11.1 ppg). She
also led the team in total points (334), field
goals made (134), assists per game (3.1),
and steals per contest (1.3). Warthen had
a solid unofficial 2014-15 debut, going for
12 points on 8-of-10 shooting from the free
throw line in Arizona’s exhibition contest
against Concordia.
Sophomore Sensation?
LaBrittney Jones’ growth as a freshman
last season may be one of the most excit-
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SITUATIONAL STATISTICS
Overall0-0
vs. American teams
0-0
vs. Non-Conference foes
0-0
At home
0-0
On the road
0-0
At neutral sites
0-0
In overtime
0-0
In double overtime
0-0
vs. Ranked Teams
0-0
vs. Teams Recieving Votes for Top 25
0-0
In games decided by 3 points or less
0-0
In games decided by 4-5 points
0-0
In games decided by 6-10 points
0-0
In games decided by 11-19 points
0-0
In games decided by 20-plus points
0-0
Scoring first
0-0
Leading at half
0-0
Tied at half
0-0
Trailing at half
0-0
Leading with 10:00 remaining
0-0
Trailing with 10:00 remaining
0-0
Tied with 10:00 remaining
0-0
Leading with 5:00 remaining
0-0
Trailing with 5:00 remaining
0-0
Tied with 5:00 remaining
0-0
UH shoots 40% or better
0-0
UH shoots less than 40%
0-0
UH shoots better than opponent
0-0
Opponent shoots better
0-0
Opponent shoots 40% or better
0-0
UH out-rebounds opponent
0-0
Opponent out-rebounds UH
0-0
UH shoots 70% or better from FT line
0-0
UH has more FT attempts
0-0
Opponent has more FT attempts
0-0
Teams have equal FT attempts
0-0
UH shoots 40% or better from 3-pt
0-0
UH has more turnovers than opponent
0-0
UH has less turnovers than opponent
0-0
UH scores 90-plus points
0-0
UH scores 80-89 points
0-0
UH scores 70-79 points
0-0
UH scores 60-69 points
0-0
UH scores 50-59 points
0-0
UH scores less than 50 points
0-0
Opponent scores 90-plus points
0-0
Opponent scores 80-89 points
0-0
Opponent scores 70-79 points
0-0
Opponent scores 60-69 points
0-0
Opponent scores 50-59 points
0-0
Opponent scores less than 50 points
0-0
UH bench scores more
0-0
Opponent bench scores more
0-0
UH scores more fast break points
0-0
Opponent scores more fast break points
0-0
Fast break points are even
0-0
UH scores more points in the paint
0-0
Opponent scores more points in the paint
0-0
UH scores more points off turnovers
0-0
Opponent scores more points off turnovers
0-0
Points off turnovers are even
0-0
UH has more second chance points
0-0
Opponent has more second chance points
0-0
Second chance points are equal
0-0
Arizona Streaks...
Current streak
--Homecourt streak
--Road streak
--Neutral court streak
--Last 5 games
--Last 10 games
--Arizona By Month...
November0-0
December0-0
January0-0
February0-0
March0-0
Arizona By Day Of The Week...
Sunday0-0
Monday0-0
Tuesday0-0
Wednesday0-0
Thursday0-0
Friday0-0
Saturday0-0
Arizona By Time...
Day 0-0
Night0-0
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ARIZONA IN THE PAC-12
Team Category
Total Place......................Leader
Scoring Offense
0
1st............................. Arizona
Scoring Defense
0
1st............................. Arizona
Scoring Margin
0
1st............................. Arizona
Free Throw Pct.
0
1st............................. Arizona
Field Goal Pct.
0
1st............................. Arizona
Field Goal Pct. Defense
0
1st............................. Arizona
3-Point Pct.
0
1st............................. Arizona
3-Point Pct. Defense
0
1st............................. Arizona
Rebounding Offense
0
1st............................. Arizona
Rebounding Defense
0
1st............................. Arizona
Rebounding Margin
0
1st............................. Arizona
Blocked Shots
0
1st............................. Arizona
Assists Per Game
0
1st............................. Arizona
Steals Per Game
0
1st............................. Arizona
Turnover Margin
0
1st............................. Arizona
Assist-to-Turnover Ratio
0
1st............................. Arizona
Offensive Rebounds
0
1st............................. Arizona
Defensive Rebounds
0
1st............................. Arizona
Defensive Rebound Pct.
0
1st............................. Arizona
Offensive Rebound Pct.
0
1st............................ .Arizona
3-Ptrs Made Per Game
0
1st............................. Arizona
INDIVIDUAL
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ing pieces of optimism Arizona takes into the new year, as she led the
team in overall rebounding (5.8 rpg), offensive rebounding (1.6 rpg),
defensive rebounding (4.2 rpg), blocked shots (1.1 bpg), field goal
percentage (.462) and free throws made per contest (1.8), while her
7.4 points per game average is second best among all returners. Her
blocked shots per game last year ranked seventh in the Pac-12 and
she is one of just two returners to start in all 30 contests last season
(Warthen being the other).
Healthy Cats
Arizona played the final 13 games of last season with seven healthy
players or less. The Cats enter 2014-15 with practically double that
amount with 13 healthy players.
New Kids on the Block
Arizona welcomes seven new faces to the program in freshmen guards
JaLea Bennett, Cherice Harris, Charise Holloway, and Taryn Griffey, who
was ranked as the 21st best guard and the 86th overall prospect in the
nation according to ESPNW’s 2014 HoopGurlz Recruiting rankings. The
class is considered one of the best in program history. Transfer guards
Malena Washington (Tyler JC), Chy Cunningham (Paris JC) and Lauren
Evans (Virginia Tech) also enter their first seasons with the program.
All Over the Map
Arizona boasts players from seven different states, as four players
are from California, four are from Texas, two are from Arizona, while
Georgia, Mississippi, Nevada, and Washington are each represented
once on the roster.
Arizona Inks Three in Early 2015-16 Signing Period
The Wildcats signed forward A’Shanti Coleman, guard Michal Miller
and forward Destiny Graham during the early signing period.
A’Shanti Coleman | Forward | 6-2 | Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep
Coleman comes to Arizona regarded as one of the top bigs in the
nation as she’s been placed as the 108th ranked forward in the country according to “The Jump Off Plus”. She was named to the All-State
First Team last year after nearly averaging a double-double, scoring
12 points, pulling down seven rebounds, and blocking four shots
per game her junior season. She also helped guide Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep to back-to-back league titles, while leading the Irish to
the state title game her sophomore year. Sacred Heart recorded an
overall mark of 25-7 and a league mark of 11-1 that season. Coleman
also was awarded team MVP honors after her sophomore campaign, where she averaged eight points, seven rebounds, and three
blocked shots per contest. Coleman plans to major in psychology.
From Coach Butts…
NUMBERS TO KNOW
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1
5
7
The Wildcats aim
for their first win
of the season on
Monday.
UA aims to earn its
fifth consecutive
home opener victory
Head coach Niya Butts
enters her seventh
season at the helm.
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GAME 1 ARIZONA VS. CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD
NATIONAL RANKINGS
ASSOCIATED PRESS = Preseason
Rk Team
Record*Points
Prev.
1.
Connecticut (35) 40-0
875
2.
South Carolina
29-5
824
3.
Notre Dame
37-1
798
4.Tennessee
29-6 749 5.
Texas A&M
27-9
702
6.Stanford
33-4 645 7.Duke
28-7 577 8.Baylor
32-5 573 9.Texas
22-12 532 10. Maryland 28-7
531
11.Kentucky
26-9 522
12. Louisville 33-5
505
13. North Carolina 27-10
504
14. Michigan State 23-10
433
15. California 22-10
423
16.Nebraska
26-7 314
17. West Virgnia
30-5
306
18.DePaul
29-7 301
19. Iowa 27-9
236
20. Oregon State
24-11
183
21. Oklahoma State 25-9
158
22.Dayton
23-8 95
23. UCLA 13-8
86
t-24.Rutgers
28-9
65
t-24.Syracuse
23-10
65
Others receiving votes: LSU 58, Purdue 45, Penn State 43,
Georgia 37, Gonzaga 28, NC State 24, Vanderbilt 23, Oklahoma 17,
BYU 14, Arkansas 14, Mississippi State 13, Florida State 10, South
Florida 8, Minnesota 8, St. John’s 7, Oregon 5, Western Kentucky
4, Green Bay 4, Middle Tennessee 3, Iowa State 2, Northwestern
2, Arizona State 1, Colorado State 1, Albany 1, James Madison 1
USA TODAY/COACHES = Preseason
Rk Team
Record* PointsPrev.
1.
Connecticut (32) 40-0
800
2.
South Carolina
29-5
739
3.
Notre Dame
37-1
736
4.Tennessee
29-6 683 5.
Texas A&M 27-9
630
6.Stanford
33-4 608 7.Duke
28-7 566 8.Maryland
28-7 543 9.Baylor
32-5 531 10. Kentucky 26-9
484
11. Louisville 33-5
474
12. Texas 22-12
458
13. North Carolina 27-10
407
14.California
22-10 366
15. Michigan State 23-10
343
16. Nebraska 26-7
305
17. West Virgina
30-5
274
18. DePaul 29-7
246
19.Iowa
27-9 217
20. Oklahoma State 25-9
164
21. Oregon State
24-11
123
22. Dayton 23-8
117
23.UCLA
13-18 116
24. LSU 21-13
65
25.Syracuse
23-10 55
Others receiving votes: Penn State 50, Rutgers 45, Purdue 37,
Georgia 29, Vanderbilt 24, Gonzaga 17, BYU 16, Florida State 16,
St. John’s 16, North Carolina State 14, Iowa State 12, South Florida
11, Ohio State 10, Arkansas 9, Oklahoma 8, Oregon 8, Middle Tennessee 7, USC 7, Western Kentucky 5, James Madison 3, Arizona
State 2, Albany 1, Arkansas State 1, Marist 1, Cal State Northridge 1
*: Final 2013-15 Record
BOLD: 2015-14 Arizona opponents
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“A’Shanti Coleman is an exceptional athlete and fits well in our system and the way we
like to play. She’s a transition post player who gets up and down the floor, can finish
around the rim and make the 16 to 18 foot jumper. She also has a tremendous presence
inside in terms of blocking shots.”
Michal Miller | Guard | 5-7 | Michigan City High School (Michigan City, Ind.)
Miller comes to Arizona ranked as 35th best guard in the country according to Collegiate
Girls Basketball Report. She also brings loads of basketball experience, as she will have
started all four seasons for Michigan City High School by the time her senior year concludes. Miller enters her final season at Michigan City as one of the most dangerous allaround players in the state, as she averaged career highs in points (20.4 ppg), rebounds
(6.5 rpg), and steals (4.8 spg) last year, while earning All-America, First-Team Underclass
All-State and All-League honors. She was also named the team’s most valuable player.
During her sophomore campaign, Miller averaged 11.9 points, 3.6 rebounds, 5.8 assists,
and 3.7 steals per contest on her way to claiming First Team Underclass All-State and
Second Team All-League honors, after guiding the Wolves to a 19-4 overall record.
Miller made an impact on the Michigan City program right away, as she started all 25
contests her freshman year, averaging 12.5 points, 4.1 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 3.5 steals,
and a block per game, helping the Wolves obtain an 18-7 overall record. Miller wants to
study music or communications when she gets to Arizona.
From coach Butts…
“I feel like we were able to get one of the best perimeter players in this class in Michal
Miller. She is an extremely versatile guard who can play all three spots on the perimeter.
She can slash and get to the basket, has a solid mid-range jump shot and her game
beyond the arc is also efficient. She has all the tools to be one of the great players in our
league, so we’re really excited about that.”
Destiny Graham | Forward | 6-2 | Eastside College Prep (East Palo Alto, Calif.)
Graham comes to Arizona ranked as the No. 28 forward in the country according to
Collegiate Girls Basketball Report. She enters her senior season at Eastside College Prep
poised for a breakout year, as she set career bests in points scored (14.6 ppg), rebounds
(8.6 rpg), and blocks (3.4 bpg), on her way to claiming league MVP honors and a spot
on the All-League First Team. Graham averaged a career-best 5.1 steals per contest her
sophomore year, while leading the Panthers to the league title and a berth in the state
championship game, after going 22-9 overall. She was named the West Bay Foothill
League’s most improved player and earned Second Team All-League honors.
Graham made an impact right away as a freshman, pulling down 8.3 boards per contest
and nearly averaging two blocks a game on the way to being named an All-League Honorable Mention. She’s started all three seasons thus far at Eastside. Graham played under
head coach Donovan Blythe both at Eastside College Prep and on Blythe’s Basketball
AAU squad. She plans to major in criminology.
From Coach Butts…
“Destiny Graham is extremely athletic and agile. She brings a bit more size than we have
now and her presence is certainly going to be needed. Destiny fits our style of play and
has a huge upside. We are looking forward to her joining our family.”
Follow the Cats!
Fans can keep up with the latest in Arizona athletics by following us on Facebook
(Facebook.com/ArizonaAthletics), Twitter (@AZATHLETICS), Instagram (azathletics) and
YouTube.com (Youtube.com/ArizonaAthletics). In addition, the women’s basketball team
has established its own official Facebook (Facebook.com/ArizonaWomensBasketball),
Twitter (@ArizonaWBBall), and Instagram (ArizonaWBBall) accounts.
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LEADS, DEFICITS, RUNS
Largest
Largest
Final
Lead
Opponent
Lead
Deficit
Margin
Changes
vs. Cal State Bakersfield at Texas Tech vs. UC Santa Barbara
at Florida International
vs. Toledo/ Virginia
vs. Grambling State
at Wake Forest
vs. Southern
vs. UAB
at Stephen F. Austin
vs. Tennessee Martin vs. Washington State
vs. Washington
vs. Arizona State
at Arizona State
at Stanford
at California
vs. Oregon State vs. Oregon
at Utah
at Colorado vs. California vs. Stanford
at Oregon at Oregon State
at USC
vs. UCLA vs. Colorado
vs. Utah
( ) denotes number of ties
ARIZONA’S WIN-LOSS MARGIN
123456789101112131415161718
19
20-2526-30 31+
Wins (0)
Losses (0)
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Location:
Tucson, Ariz.
Founded:1855
Enrollment:40,200
Nickname:Wildcats
Colors:
Cardinal and Navy
Affiliation:
NCAA Division I
Conference:
Pac-12 Conference
Arena (Capacity):
McKale Center (14,655)
President: Dr. Ann Weaver Heart
Athletics Director:
Greg Byrne
NCAA Faculty Representative:
Jory Hancock
Director of Athletics Phone:
(520) 621-4622
Ticket Office Phone:
(520) 621-2287
Web Site:ArizonaWildcats.com
HISTORY
First Basketball Game: Feb. 2, 1972 vs. New Mexico (W, 73-36)
All-Time Record:
527-622 (.459)
All-Time Attendance Record:
5,272 vs. Oregon on 3/4/00
Postseason Appearances: 2011, WNIT 1st Round
NCAA Appearances:
7 (‘97, ‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05)
WNIT Appearances:
4 (‘96, 01, ‘11
Last Postseason Appearance: 2011, WNIT 1st Round
Last Postseason Opponent: Utah State (3/17/11)
Last Postseason Result L, 103-96
All-Time Postseason Record: 10-9
All-Time NCAA Tournament Record 6-7
All-Time WNIT Record: 4-2
Last NCAA Tournment Appearance: 2005, 2nd round
Last NCAA Tournament Opponent: LSU (3/22/2005)
Last NCAA Tournament Result: L, 76-43
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2014-15 PAC-12 STANDINGS
Conference Overall
W
L
W
L
Washington State 0
0
2
0
#20/21 Oregon State0
0
2
0
Utah
00 1 0
#6/6 Stanford
0
0
1
0
Oregon
00 1 0
Colorado
00 1 0
#15/14 California 0
0
1
0
Arizona State
0
0
1
0
Arizona 0
0
0
0
Washington 00 0 1
USC
00 0 1
UCLA 0
0
0
2
# AP Ranking is first, followed by coaches poll
ranking
(as of 11/17/14)
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2014-15 PAC-12 WEEKLY AWARDS
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Date........... Player......................... Team�������������������� Year
FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK
Date........... Player......................... Team�������������������� Year
2014-15 PAC-12 PRESEASON COACHES’ POLL
1. Stanford (7) 116
2. California (3) 111
3. Oregon State (2) 105
4. UCLA 84
5. Washington 72
6. USC 65
7. Arizona State 64
8. Washington State 56
9. Oregon 48
10. Colorado 31
11. Utah 28
12. Arizona 12
2014-15 PAC-12 PRESEASON MEDIA POLL
1. California (9) 194
2. Stanford (7) 190
3. Oregon State (1) 162
4. UCLA 144
5. Washington 126
6. Arizona State 111
7. USC 106
8. Washington State 98
9. Oregon 74
10. Utah 57
11. Colorado 42
12. Arizona 22
2014-15 PRESEASON ALL-PAC-12 TEAM
Jillian Alleyne, Oregon, F, Jr.
Brittany Boyd, California, G, Sr.
Jazmine Davis, Washington, G, Sr.
Reshanda Gray, California, F, Sr.
Amber Orrange, Stanford, G, Sr.
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2014-15 MISCELLANEOUS STATS
N17
N21
N25
N28
N30
D3
D7
D11
D14
D20
D29
J3
J5
J8
J10
J16
J18
J23
J25
J30
F1
F6
F8
F13
F15
F20
F22
F27
M1
Points in
Opponent
the Paint
vs. Cal State Bakersfield 0-0
at Texas Tech 0-0
vs. UC Santa Barbara 0-0
at Florida International 0-0
vs. Toledo/ Virgina 0-0
vs. Grambling State 0-0
at Wake Forest 0-0
vs. Southern 0-0
vs. UAB 0-0
at Stephen F. Austin 0-0
vs. Tennessee Martin 0-0
vs. Washington State 0-0
vs. Washington 0-0
vs. Arizona State
0-0
at Arizona State 0-0
at Stanford 0-0
vs. California 0-0
vs. Oregon State
0-0
vs. Oregon 0-0
at Utah 0-0
at Colorado 0-0
vs. California 0-0
vs. Stanford
0-0
at Oregon 0-0
at Oregon State 0-0
at USC 0-0
at UCLA 0-0
vs. Colorado 0-0
vs. Utah 0-0
Points Off
Margin
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Turnovers
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Turnovers
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Margin
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Offensive
Rebounds
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Second Chance
Points
Margin
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
Bench
Points
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Margin
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Final Score Margin
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
OVERALL
0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
TIMES LED (UH/Opp./Tied)0/0/00/0/0
4/10/10/0/0
0/0/00/0/0 0/0/0
RECORD WHEN... (UH/Opp./Tied) 0-0/0-0/0-0
0-0/0-0/0-0
0-0/0-0/0-0
0-0/0-0/0-0
0-0/0-0/0-0
0-0/0-0/0-0
0-0/0-0/0-0
WILDCATS BY STARTING LINEUP
Guard
Guard
Forward Forward
Center
Times
0
Record
STATISTICAL GAMES
DOUBLE-DIGIT SCORING
Player.............................Games Player.............................Games
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DOUBLE-DIGIT REBOUNDING
Player.............................Games
DOUBLE-DOUBLES
Player..................... No. (Career)
20-POINT GAMES
Player................ Games (Career)
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Niya
BUTTS
HEAD COACH
SEVENTH YEAR | TENNESSEE, ‘00
Entering her seventh season at the helm of the
Wildcat program, women’s basketball head coach Niya Butts is more energized and driven than
ever to continue to build on the strong tradition of Arizona women’s basketball and to take the
program to new heights. With their first ever top-25 recruiting class and an experienced and
motivated group of veterans, the 2014-15 season is poised to be a successful stop on the road
to greatness.
One of the most sought after young coaches in the country, Arizona named Butts its new women’s
basketball head coach on April 3, 2008, ushering in a new era of Wildcat women’s basketball.
She is the eighth head coach in the program’s history and the first African American female head
coach at the University of Arizona.
In five seasons, Butts has achieved a number of milestones early on in her head coaching career.
During the 2011-12 season, Arizona’s 11-1 start was the best in program history since the
1999-2000 season. Butts earned her 70th-career win with UA’s 100-68 victory versus Oregon
on January 13, 2013.
Senior guard Davellyn Whyte finished her career at Arizona in 2013 as one of the best players in
Wildcat women’s basketball history. She was the 16th pick in the WNBA draft to the San Antonio
Silver Stars, earned her fourth-straight All-Pac-12 accolade and was named an Associated Press
Honorable Mention All-American in 2012.
Arizona’s win was the first over Utah since 1985 and broke a six-game losing streak. The Wildcats
followed it up with a 61-52 win at home for the first two-game winning streak against the Utes
in history. On January 13, UA defeated Oregon, 100-68, scoring 100 points as a team for just the
third time since 2009.
During the 2010-11 slate, the Wildcats made their first postseason appearance since the 2004-05
season and their first appearance in the Women’s NIT since the 2000-01 season. Arizona won
eight of its last 11 contests. Also in 2010-11, the Wildcats got a win against the Arizona State
Sun Devils for the first time since Jan. 26, 2005. The Wildcats’ 10-8 conference record in 2010-11
is their best since the 2004-05 campaign and their 21 wins overall is the most since the 2003-04
season. The 2010-11 season marks the highest finish in the Pac-10 for Arizona (fourth), since
tying for the Pac-10 regular-season crown in 2004.
Senior forward Ify Ibekwe and then-sophomore Whyte both earned 2011 All-Pac-10 accolades.
Ibekwe was named the 2011 Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year and earned a spot on the Pac10 All-Defensive Team. Barnes was named honorable mention All-Pac-10 Freshman Team. In
the awards given out by the Pac-10 media, Ibekwe was named All-Pac-10 and a member of the
All-Pac-10 Defensive Team. Senior forward Soana Lucet was also named to the 2011 Pac-10 AllTournament Team by members of the media. Ibekwe capped the season off with her honorable
mention Associated Press All-America honor.
Overall, the Wildcats improved from 12 wins in 2008-09, to 14 wins in 2009-10, to 21 wins in
2010-11. In Pac-10 play, Arizona improved from four wins in 2008-09, to six wins in 2009-10,
to 10 wins in 2010-11.
During the 2009-10 campaign, the Wildcats posted their highest win total in five seasons while
also achieving the most Pac-10 wins for the program in that same span. In their historic win
over Oregon on Jan. 16, Arizona scored a school-record 119 points while then-freshman Whyte
scored a single-game record 39 points. The Cats won the Iona College Tip-Off Tournament to
start the season and wrapped up by advancing to the Pac-10 Tournament Quarterfinals for the
second-straight season.
Whyte and then-junior Ibekwe were named first-team All-Pac-10 while Whyte was chosen as the
Pac-10 Freshman of the Year and Ibekwe was named to the all-defensive team. Whyte was the top
vote-getter on the five-player Pac-10 All-Freshman Team. Ibekwe repeated both her All-Pac-10
and All-Defensive Team awards after earning the same honors during her sophomore season.
In 2008-09, Butts led the Wildcats to a Bank of Hawaii Classic Tournament Championship in
the first weekend of her career, including wins over Hawai’i and Loyola Marymount, and then
mentored the Wildcats to the second round of the Pac-10 Tournament, propelled by a win over
Washington State. The conference portion of the slate included wins over Oregon and USC and
a sweep of Washington.
Then a sophomore, Ibekwe was named to the Associated Press All-America honorable men-
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tion team. Ibekwe, a first-team All-Pac-10 selection and first-team All-Pac-10 Defensive Team
honoree, led Arizona in scoring, rebounding, steals, blocked shots, free throws, field goals and
double-doubles during the 2008-09 slate. She finished the season with 336 rebounds, coming up
three shy of the program’s single-season record set in the 2003-04 season. Her 16 double-doubles
were also second all-time for a single-season behind the 21 posted in the 2002-03 campaign.
Ibekwe led the Pac-10 and finished sixth in the NCAA in rebounds per game at 11.6. She was
also third in the Pac-10 in scoring at 15.7 points per game, while also finishing second in blocked
shots (1.8) and 4th in steals (2.1).
Butts came to Tucson from the University of Kentucky where she spent five seasons as an assistant
coach. In her final season in Lexington, she served as Kentucky’s associate head coach, and was
the program’s recruiting coordinator for three seasons. While at UK, Butts secured two top-10
recruiting classes, solidifying her status as one of the best young coaching talents in the nation.
Butts is no stranger to rebuilding programs. During her tenure at Kentucky, Butts helped coach
the Wildcats to an 88-72 record (.550) over five seasons, with a trip to the NCAA Tournament in
2005-06 and three WNIT appearances. In her final season, Butts helped lead Kentucky to a 17-16
overall record, an 8-6 mark in the SEC for a fourth-place finish, and a WNIT quarterfinal appearance.
Before her stint at Kentucky, Butts spent the 2002-03 season as an assistant coach at Michigan
State. Butts helped coach MSU to a 17-12 overall record that season and an appearance in the
NCAA Tournament, the Spartans’ first since 1997. Prior to Michigan State, Butts spent two seasons
as an assistant coach at Tennessee Tech in Cookeville, Tenn., leading the Golden Eaglettes to two
Ohio Valley Conference regular-season championships in both 2001 and 2002.
Butts played collegiately at the University of Tennessee for Pat Summitt, where she was a four-year
letter winner and a member of two NCAA Championship teams (1997, 1998). The Lady Vols won
three SEC titles (1998, 1999, 2000) during her tenure, and she was voted the SEC’s Defensive Player
of the Year in 1997. She also won the Lady Vols’ Unsung Hero Award that season.
Butts was a three-time Academic All-SEC selection (1998, 1999, 2000) and earned Tennessee’s
Academic Achiever of the Week four times. She played in 111 career games at UT and graduated
in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in social work and a minor in psychology. She received a master’s
degree in education from Tennessee Tech in 2002.
Butts, 35, is a native of Americus, Ga. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority,
Incorporated.
THE NIYA BUTTS FILE
Hometown: Americus, Ga.
Named UA Head Coach: April 3, 2008
EDUCATION
• Tennessee, B.A. in social work and a minor in psychology
• Tennessee Tech, M.A. in education, 2002
COACHING EXPERIENCE
• 2008-Present
• 2007-2008
• 2003-2007
• 2002-2003
• 2000-2002
Arizona, Head Coach
Kentucky, Associate Head Coach
Kentucky, Assistant Coach
Michigan State, Assistant Coach
Tennessee Tech, Assistant Coach
HEAD COACH POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE
• 2010-11 NCAA Tournament First Round
WNBA PLAYERS COACHED
• 2010-13 Davellyn Whyte (16th overall pick by the San Antonio Stars)
BUTTS YEAR-BY-YEAR (Head Coach)
Year
RecordNotable
Arizona
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
TOTAL
12-19 (4-14 Pac-10)
14-17 (6-12 Pac-10)
21-12 (10-8 Pac-10)
15-17 (3-15 Pac-12)
12-18 (4-14 Pac-12)
5-25 (1-18 Pac-10)
79-108 (28-80)
WNIT 1st Round
PLAYING CAREER
1997-00Tennessee
• 1997 SEC Defensive Player of the Year
• 3-time Academic All-SEC selection (‘98, ‘99, ‘00)
• 2-time NCAA National Champion (‘97, ‘98)
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Breanna
WORKMAN
Forward • 6-1 • Sophomore • 1L • Las Vegas, Nev. (Centennial HS)
#0
TOP PERFORMANCES
Workman’s 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
POINTS
Season:
Career: 14 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12/29/13)
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career: 11, vs. Texas Tech (12/15/13)
ASSISTS
Season:
Career: 4, vs. Colorado (02/23/14)
STEALS
Season:
Career: 3, at Stanford (02/19/14)
BLOCKS
Season:
Career: 1, at Oregon (03/06/14)
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career: 7, vs. Utah (02/21/14)
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career: 7, vs. Oregon State (02/02/14)
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career: 35, at Pacific (11/23/13)
(Nov 15, 2014)
Individual Career History
WORKMAN, Breanna
Workman’s Career Statistics
Season
gp-gs
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
3-Point
fg-fga
0-0
.000
0-0
.000
2013-14
30-28
698/23.3
75-169
.444
TOTAL
30-28
698/23.3
75-169
.444
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pct
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
50-77
.649
off
Rebounds
def
tot
78
121
avg
50-77
.649
43
78
121
43
4.0
pf
77
fo
ast
4.0
77
0
0
1
stl
22
Scoring
pts avg
1
22
200 6.7
25
to
46
blk
25
46
200 6.7
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Candice
WARTHEN
Guard • 5-5 • Redshirt Senior • 3L • Warrenton, Ga (Warren County HS)
#1
TOP PERFORMANCES
Warthen’s 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
POINTS
Season:
Career: 36, at Georgia State (11/13/11)
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career: 8, vs. Texas Tech (12/15/13)
ASSISTS
Season:
Career: 9, vs. Michigan (11/09/13)
STEALS
Season:
Career: 6, at BYU-Hawai’i (12/03/11)
BLOCKS
Season:
Career: 2, at Pacific (11/23/13)
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career: 11, at Georgia State (11/13/11)
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career: 5, at Georgia State (11/13/11)
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career: 9, at Georgia State (11/13/11)
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career: 42, 2x last vs. Michigan (11/09/13)
(Nov 15, 2014)
Individual Career History
Warthen’s Career Statistics
Season
gp-gs
min/avg
WARTHEN, Candice
Total
fg-fga
pct
3-Point
fg-fga
pct
2010-11
2011-12
32-7
23-11
565/17.7
670/29.1
58-163
100-249
.356
.402
11-37
25-63
.297
.397
2013-14
30-30
983/32.8
134-380
.353
18-59
TOTAL
85-48 2218/26.1
292-792
.369
54-159
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F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
14-31
45-61
.452
.738
.305
48-70
.686
.340
107-162
.660
off
13
21
Rebounds
def
tot
avg
2.3
3.6
pf
17
21
fo
ast
0
0
4
2
stl
15
29
Scoring
pts avg
42
52
to
39
52
blk
61
61
74
82
141 4.4
270 11.7
15
101
116
3.9
46
0
73
73
7
40
334 11.1
49
223
272
3.2
84
0
167
164
13
84
745
8.8
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Taryn
GRIFFEY
Guard • 5-7 • Freshman • HS • Seattle, Wash. (Dr. Phillips HS)
#3
TOP PERFORMANCES
POINTS
Season:
Career:
Griffey’s 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career:
ASSISTS
Season:
Career:
STEALS
Season:
Career:
BLOCKS
Season:
Career:
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career:
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career:
Griffey’s Career Statistics
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Chy
CUNNINGHAM
Guard • 5-10 • Jr • TR • Tupelo, Miss. (Tupelo HS/Paris JC)
#4
TOP PERFORMANCES
POINTS
Season:
Career:
Cunningham’s 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career:
ASSISTS
Season:
Career:
STEALS
Season:
Career:
BLOCKS
Season:
Career:
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career:
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career:
Cunningham’s Career Statistics
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Lauren
EVANS
Guard • 5-11 • Junior • TR • Phoenix, Ariz. (Hamilton HS/ Virginia Tech)
#10
TOP PERFORMANCES
POINTS
Season:
Career:
Evans’ 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career:
ASSISTS
Season:
Career:
STEALS
Season:
Career:
BLOCKS
Season:
Career:
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career:
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career:
Evans’ Career Statistics
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Charice
HARRIS
Guard • 5-8 • Freshman • HS • Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Etiwanda HS)
#11
TOP PERFORMANCES
POINTS
Season:
Career:
Harris’ 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career:
ASSISTS
Season:
Career:
STEALS
Season:
Career:
BLOCKS
Season:
Career:
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career:
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career:
Harris’ Career Statistics
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Malena
WASHINGTON
Guard • 5-6 • Sophomore • TR • Beaumont, Texas (Central HS/ Tyler JC)
#14
TOP PERFORMANCES
POINTS
Season:
Career:
Washington’s 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career:
ASSISTS
Season:
Career:
STEALS
Season:
Career:
BLOCKS
Season:
Career:
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career:
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career:
Washington’s Career Statistics
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Keyahndra
CANNON
Guard • 5-9 • Junior • 2L • San Diego, Calif. (Mission Bay HS)
#15
TOP PERFORMANCES
Cannon’s 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
POINTS
Season:
Career: 14 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12/29/13)
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career: 5, 2x, last at Stanford (02/16/14)
ASSISTS
Season:
Career: 6, at Oregon (03/02/14)
STEALS
Season:
Career: 2, 7x, last vs. UC Riverside (12/21/13)
BLOCKS
Season:
Career: 1, 10x, last vs. UCLA (01/10/14)
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career: 5, 3x, last Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12/29/13)
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career: 4 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12/29/13)
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career: 3, 3x, last at Colorado (01/24/14)
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career: 40, at Stanford (02/16/14)
(Nov 15, 2014)
Individual Career History
CANNON, Keyahndra
Cannon’s Career Statistics
Season
2012-13
2013-14
TOTAL
gp-gs
30-0
29-1
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
468/15.6
546/18.8
42-126
46-124
.333
.371
59-1 1014/17.2
88-250
.352
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3-Point
fg-fga
pct
8-28
9-21
.286
.429
17-49
.347
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
25-31
18-34
.806
.529
off
Rebounds
def
tot
41
41
65
60
avg
43-65
.662
43
82
125
24
19
2.2
2.1
pf
58
41
fo
ast
2.1
99
2
2
0
8
2
stl
11
16
Scoring
pts avg
10
27
236 4.0
15
22
to
39
45
blk
37
84
117 3.9
119 4.1
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Farrin
BELL
Guard • 6-0 • Redshirt Sophomore • TR • Richardson, Texas (Richardson HS/SMU)
#20
TOP PERFORMANCES
POINTS
Season:
Career:
Bell’s 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career:
ASSISTS
Season:
Career:
STEALS
Season:
Career:
BLOCKS
Season:
Career:
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career:
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career:
Bell’s Career Statistics
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LaBrittney
JONES
Forward • 6-1 • Sophomore • 1L • Cedar Hill, Texas (Cedar Hill HS)
#24
TOP PERFORMANCES
Jones’ 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
POINTS
Season:
Career: 16, vs. California (01/20/14)
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career: 15, vs. Texas Tech (12/15/13)
ASSISTS
Season:
Career: 2, 6x, last vs. USC (03/06/14)
STEALS
Season:
Career: 3, 2x last at Stanford (02/16/14)
BLOCKS
Season:
Career: 3, 6x, last vs. Oregon (01/31/14)
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career: 5, 3x, last at Oregon State (02/28/14)
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career: 8, vs. California (01/20/14)
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career: 36, vs. Iona (11/08/13)
(Nov 15, 2014)
Individual Career History
JONES, LaBrittney
Jones’ Career Statistics
Season
gp-gs
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
3-Point
fg-fga
0-1
.000
0-1
.000
2013-14
30-30
748/24.9
84-182
.462
TOTAL
30-30
748/24.9
84-182
.462
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pct
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
55-75
.733
off
Rebounds
def
tot
47 126
173
55-75
.733
47 126
173
avg
5.8
pf
76
fo
ast
5.8
76
1
1
32
stl
23
Scoring
pts avg
32
23
223 7.4
18
to
42
blk
18
42
223 7.4
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Alli
GLOYD
Forward • 6-1 • Redshirt Senior • 1L • Phoenix, Ariz. (South Mountain HS/Mesa CC)
#30
TOP PERFORMANCES
Gloyd’s 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
POINTS
Season:
Career: 19, 2x, last at Washington State (01/04/13)
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career: 12, vs. Washington State (02/03/13)
ASSISTS
Season:
Career: 3, 3x, last vs. Oregon (01/13/13)
STEALS
Season:
Career: 4, 3x, last vs. Oregon (01/13/13)
BLOCKS
Season:
Career: 1, 10x, last vs. UCLA (03/03/13)
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career: 8, 2x, last at Washington State (01/04/13)
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career: 11, vs. Oregon (01/13/13)
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career: 39, vs. Arizona State (02/19/13
(Nov 15, 2014)
Individual Career History
GLOYD, Alli
Gloyd’s Career Statistics
Season
gp-gs
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
3-Point
fg-fga
0-0
.000
0-0
.000
2012-13
30-30
869/29.0
108-248
.435
TOTAL
30-30
869/29.0
108-248
.435
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pct
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
65-88
.739
off
Rebounds
def
tot
66 113
179
65-88
.739
66 113
179
avg
6.0
pf
41
fo
ast
6.0
41
0
0
10
stl
37
Scoring
pts avg
10
37
281 9.4
23
to
60
blk
23
60
281 9.4
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Dejza
JAMES
Forward • 6-1 • Redshirt Freshman • HS • Elk Grove, Calif. (Elk Grove HS)
#31
TOP PERFORMANCES
James’ 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
POINTS
Season:
Career: 11, at Iona (11/08/13)
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career: 6, vs. Michigan (11/09/13)
ASSISTS
Season:
Career: 1, 2x, last vs. UC Riverside (12/21/13)
STEALS
Season:
Career: 2, vs. Michigan (11/09/13)
BLOCKS
Season:
Career: 1, 2x, last at Pacific (11/23/13)
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career: 5, 2x, last vs. Michigan (11/09/13)
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career: 1, at Iona (11/08/13)
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career: 29, vs. Michigan (11/09/13)
(Nov 15, 2014)
Individual Career History
JAMES, Dejza
James’ Career Statistics
Season
gp-gs
10-0
129/12.9
TOTAL
10-0
129/12.9
2013-14
min/avg
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Total
fg-fga
18-33
pct
.545
3-Point
fg-fga
0-0
.000
18-33
.545
0-0
.000
pct
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
1-3
.333
1-3
.333
off
8
8
Rebounds
def
tot
16
24
avg
2.4
pf
12
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
16
24
2.4
12
0
2
6
2
2
37 3.7
0
2
6
2
2
37 3.7
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JaLea
BENNETT
Guard • 6-0 • Freshman • HS • Grand Prairie, Texas (Mansfield Timberview HS)
#33
TOP PERFORMANCES
POINTS
Season:
Career:
Bennett’s 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career:
ASSISTS
Season:
Career:
STEALS
Season:
Career:
BLOCKS
Season:
Career:
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career:
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career:
Bennett’s Career Statistics
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Charise
HOLLOWAY
Guard • 5-9 • Freshman • HS • Tracy, Calif. (St. Mary’s HS)
#44
TOP PERFORMANCES
POINTS
Season:
Career:
Holloway’s 2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
REBOUNDS
Season:
Career:
ASSISTS
Season:
Career:
STEALS
Season:
Career:
BLOCKS
Season:
Career:
FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE
Season:
Career:
FREE THROWS MADE
Season:
Career:
MINUTES PLAYED
Season:
Career:
Holloway’s Career Statistics
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Arizona Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 15, 2014)
All games
RECORD:
ALL GAMES
CONFERENCE
NON-CONFERENCE
##
00
01
04
05
10
15
23
24
31
34
Player
TEAM STATISTICS
SCORING
Points per game
Scoring margin
FIELD GOALS-ATT
Field goal pct
3 POINT FG-ATT
3-point FG pct
3-pt FG made per game
FREE THROWS-ATT
Free throw pct
F-Throws made per game
REBOUNDS
Rebounds per game
Rebounding margin
ASSISTS
Assists per game
TURNOVERS
Turnovers per game
Turnover margin
Assist/turnover ratio
STEALS
Steals per game
BLOCKS
Blocks per game
ATTENDANCE
Home games-Avg/Game
Neutral site-Avg/Game
Score by Periods
Arizona
Opponents
30-28
30-30
29-29
1-0
30-30
29-1
26-1
30-30
10-0
17-1
698
983
947
9
985
546
675
748
129
355
30
30
6075
6075
23.3
32.8
32.7
9.0
32.8
18.8
26.0
24.9
12.9
20.9
ARIZ
1736
57.9
-8.2
661-1686
.392
109-306
.356
3.6
305-451
.676
10.2
1020
34.0
-4.9
344
11.5
452
15.1
+0.3
0.8
193
6.4
64
2.1
19240
14-1374
-
1st 2nd
851 865
967 980
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HOME
4-10
1-8
3-2
Total
3-Point
min avg fg-fga
fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%
gp-gs
Workman, Breanna
Warthen, Candice
Crutchfield, Carissa
Harris, Nyre
Griffitts, Kama
Cannon, Keyahndra
Barnes, Erica
Jones, LaBrittney
James, Dejza
Merrill, Ashley
Team
Total..........
Opponents......
OVERALL
5-25
1-17
4-8
75-169
134-380
88-238
0-2
101-281
46-124
93-207
84-182
18-33
22-70
.444
.353
.370
.000
.359
.371
.449
.462
.545
.314
OT Totals
20
1736
34
1981
.000
.305
.423
.000
.365
.429
.000
.000
.000
.278
F-Throw
ft-fta
ft%
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
50-77
48-70
37-61
0-0
36-53
18-34
45-60
55-75
1-3
15-18
Date
11/08/13
11/09/13
11/16/13
11/20/13
11/23/13
11/26/13
11/30/13
12/5/13
12/15/13
12/21/13
12/29/13
01/03/14
01/05/14
1/10/14
1/12/14
1/17/14
1/20/14
1/24/14
01/26/14
1/31/14
2/2/2014
02/04/14
2/9/2014
2/14/14
02/16/14
2/21/14
2/23/14
2/28/14
03/02/14
03/06/14
.649
.686
.607
.000
.679
.529
.750
.733
.333
.833
off
43
15
14
0
22
19
46
47
8
10
63
661-1686 .392 109-306 .356 305-451 .676 287
722-1717 .421 183-546 .335 354-520 .681 353
OPP
1981
66.0
722-1717
.421
183-546
.335
6.1
354-520
.681
11.8
1168
38.9
433
14.4
462
15.4
0.9
217
7.2
113
3.8
24892
14-1603
2-1224
0-0
18-59
22-52
0-0
50-137
9-21
0-0
0-1
0-0
10-36
AWAY
1-13
0-9
1-4
NEUTRAL
0-2
0-0
0-2
Rebounds
def tot avg
78
101
83
1
96
41
78
126
16
39
74
733
815
121
116
97
1
118
60
124
173
24
49
137
1020
1168
4.0
3.9
3.3
1.0
3.9
2.1
4.8
5.8
2.4
2.9
pf dq
77
46
75
1
76
41
56
76
12
33
34.0 493
38.9 494
Opponent
at Iona College
vs Michigan
at UC Santa Barbara
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
at Pacific
WAKE FOREST
at BYU
at UAB
TEXAS TECH
UC RIVERSIDE
ARKANSAS PINE-BLUFF
at Washington
at Washington State
UCLA
USC
STANFORD
CALIFORNIA
at Colorado
at Utah
OREGON
OREGON STATE
at Arizona State
ARIZONA STATE
at California
at Stanford
UTAH
COLORADO
at Oregon State
at Oregon
vs USC
0
0
2
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
a
25
73
91
0
72
22
16
18
2
25
to blk stl
46
73
59
1
85
45
61
42
6
25
9
6 344 452
- 433 462
Lot
Lot
W
L
L
L
L
L
W
W
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
Lot
L
L
L
1
7
0
0
3
2
13
32
2
4
22
40
33
0
28
16
19
23
2
10
pts
avg
200
334
235
0
288
119
231
223
37
69
6.7
11.1
8.1
0.0
9.6
4.1
8.9
7.4
3.7
4.1
64 193 1736
113 217 1981
57.9
66.0
Score
75-82
71-73
51-49
56-60
66-75
58-70
56-64
53-63
65-56
75-59
67-54
52-55
59-61
61-67
45-54
52-96
64-79
47-68
57-60
72-84
50-64
36-60
68-49
49-65
48-74
47-52
56-61
48-78
78-90
54-59
Att.
482
0
562
1057
722
4487
576
363
1294
1112
1118
1626
621
3106
0
1169
1154
2914
913
1321
983
2478
0
1390
3957
1186
1253
4631
1208
2449
* - Conference game
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All games
TEAM STATISTICS
Opponent
at Iona College
vs Michigan
at UC Santa Barbara
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
at Pacific
WAKE FOREST
at BYU
at UAB
TEXAS TECH
UC RIVERSIDE
ARKANSAS PINE-BLUFF
at Washington
at Washington State
UCLA
USC
STANFORD
CALIFORNIA
at Colorado
at Utah
OREGON
OREGON STATE
at Arizona State
ARIZONA STATE
at California
at Stanford
UTAH
COLORADO
at Oregon State
at Oregon
vs USC
Arizona
Opponents
Games played: 30
Points/game: 57.9
FG Pct: 39.2
3FG Pct: 35.6
FT Pct: 67.6
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Date
11/08/13
11/09/13
11/16/13
11/20/13
11/23/13
11/26/13
11/30/13
12/5/13
12/15/13
12/21/13
12/29/13
01/03/14
01/05/14
1/10/14
1/12/14
1/17/14
1/20/14
1/24/14
01/26/14
1/31/14
2/2/2014
02/04/14
2/9/2014
2/14/14
02/16/14
2/21/14
2/23/14
2/28/14
03/02/14
03/06/14
Score
75-82 Lot
71-73 Lot
51-49 W
56-60 L
66-75 L
58-70 L
56-64 L
53-63 L
65-56 W
75-59 W
67-54 W
52-55 L
59-61 L
61-67 L
45-54 L
52-96 L
64-79 L
47-68 L
57-60 L
72-84 L
50-64 L
36-60 L
68-49 W
49-65 L
48-74 L
47-52 L
56-61 Lot
48-78 L
78-90 L
54-59 L
1736
1981
Total
fg-fga
29-63
28-60
19-46
20-55
24-53
17-59
23-63
20-60
25-61
25-58
24-56
21-63
23-50
23-58
16-53
21-53
24-65
18-52
24-56
30-70
18-45
14-41
28-51
20-52
17-54
21-58
21-54
18-52
31-73
19-52
661-1686
722-1717
3-Pointers
pct 3fg-fga
pct
.460
.467
.413
.364
.453
.288
.365
.333
.410
.431
.429
.333
.460
.397
.302
.396
.369
.346
.429
.429
.400
.341
.549
.385
.315
.362
.389
.346
.425
.365
6-12
6-16
2-4
4-10
5-15
6-16
4-11
3-14
3-9
5-10
9-20
3-15
3-8
6-17
1-9
5-13
5-13
4-8
3-7
1-8
0-1
1-1
1-2
2-5
0-5
0-3
6-11
2-7
8-23
5-13
.392 109-306
.421 183-546
.500
.375
.500
.400
.333
.375
.364
.214
.333
.500
.450
.200
.375
.353
.111
.385
.385
.500
.429
.125
.000
1.000
.500
.400
.000
.000
.545
.286
.348
.385
Free throws
ft-fta
pct
11-17
9-19
11-19
12-17
13-21
18-21
6-13
10-13
12-19
20-23
10-14
7-10
10-16
9-12
12-18
5-8
11-12
7-13
6-8
11-20
14-22
7-11
11-16
7-12
14-19
5-11
8-14
10-12
8-9
11-12
.356 305-451
.335 354-520
.647
.474
.579
.706
.619
.857
.462
.769
.632
.870
.714
.700
.625
.750
.667
.625
.917
.538
.750
.550
.636
.636
.688
.583
.737
.455
.571
.833
.889
.917
.676
.681
off
8
7
10
11
15
11
9
8
16
8
14
11
6
7
9
7
14
13
7
12
9
7
11
7
9
7
7
10
13
4
287
353
Rebounds
def
tot
24
25
30
27
24
28
29
28
37
30
27
34
24
28
24
14
23
19
23
25
22
21
18
18
19
23
25
20
18
26
32
32
40
38
39
39
38
36
53
38
41
45
30
35
33
21
37
32
30
37
31
28
29
25
28
30
32
30
31
30
avg
32.0
32.0
34.7
35.5
36.2
36.7
36.9
36.8
38.6
38.5
38.7
39.2
38.5
38.3
37.9
36.9
36.9
36.6
36.3
36.3
36.0
35.7
35.4
35.0
34.7
34.5
34.4
34.2
34.1
34.0
pf
21
16
12
21
22
19
20
22
13
12
13
21
13
15
12
7
23
15
17
11
15
17
21
17
12
13
20
16
20
17
a t/o blk stl
12
24
7
11
15
9
18
13
15
16
18
8
8
17
9
7
9
10
8
11
11
3
8
12
8
3
15
12
17
10
16
14
19
15
26
16
12
17
16
11
16
18
17
14
13
13
14
20
11
10
14
20
13
17
9
6
22
12
15
16
1 7
1 7
4 5
2 6
5 9
3 7
2 4
1 7
4 4
1 9
5 8
4 4
1 3
2 10
4 7
1 3
2 5
0 8
0 6
3 2
1 2
0 7
0 7
6 7
1 11
0 8
2 10
1 3
3 9
4 8
pts
75
71
51
56
66
58
56
53
65
75
67
52
59
61
45
52
64
47
57
72
50
36
68
49
48
47
56
48
78
54
avg
75.0
73.0
65.7
63.2
63.8
62.8
61.9
60.8
61.2
62.6
63.0
62.1
61.8
61.8
60.7
60.1
60.4
59.6
59.5
60.1
59.6
58.5
59.0
58.5
58.1
57.7
57.6
57.3
58.0
57.9
733 1020 34.0 493 344 452 64 193 1736 57.9
815 1168 38.9 494 433 462 113 217 1981 66.0
Rebounds/game: 34.0
Assists/game: 11.5
Turnovers/game: 15.1
Assist/turnover ratio: 0.8
Steals/game: 6.4
Blocks/game: 2.1
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Arizona Game-by-Game Highs (as of Nov 15, 2014)
All games
Opponent
at Iona College
vs Michigan
at UC Santa Barbara
Date
11/08/13
11/09/13
11/16/13
Score
75-82
71-73
51-49
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
11/20/13
56-60 15-Crutchfield, Cariss 7-Jones, LaBrittney
Warthen, Candice
at Pacific
11/23/13
66-75 16-Griffitts, Kama
WAKE FOREST
11/26/13
58-70 16-Griffitts, Kama
at BYU
11/30/13
at UAB
12/5/13
56-64 14-Warthen, Candice
Griffitts, Kama
53-63 11-Barnes, Erica
TEXAS TECH
12/15/13
65-56 23-Warthen, Candice
UC RIVERSIDE
ARKANSAS PINE-BLUFF
12/21/13
12/29/13
at Washington
01/03/14
75-59 14-Crutchfield, Cariss
67-54 14-Workman, Breanna
Cannon, Keyahndra
Crutchfield, Carissa
52-55 16-Warthen, Candice
at Washington State
UCLA
01/05/14
1/10/14
59-61 13-Crutchfield, Cariss
61-67 14-Jones, LaBrittney
USC
1/12/14
45-54 12-Warthen, Candice
STANFORD
1/17/14
52-96 12-Griffitts, Kama
CALIFORNIA
1/20/14
at Colorado
at Utah
1/24/14
01/26/14
OREGON
1/31/14
OREGON STATE
2/2/2014
at Arizona State
02/04/14
ARIZONA STATE
at California
2/9/2014
2/14/14
at Stanford
02/16/14
64-79 16-Crutchfield, Cariss
Barnes, Erica
Jones, LaBrittney
47-68 14-Warthen, Candice 8-Workman, Breanna 5-Crutchfield, Carissa 4-Crutchfield, Carissa
57-60 13-Griffitts, Kama
6-Jones, LaBrittney 2-Jones, LaBrittney 2-Crutchfield, Carissa
Cannon, Keyahndra
72-84 20-Barnes, Erica
11-Barnes, Erica
8-Crutchfield, Carissa 1-Griffitts, Kama
Warthen, Candice
Crutchfield, Carissa
50-64 11-Griffitts, Kama
6-Warthen, Candice 5-Crutchfield, Carissa 1-Cannon, Keyahndra
Workman, Breanna
Workman, Breanna
36-60 10-Griffitts, Kama
9-Jones, LaBrittney 3-Warthen, Candice 2-Warthen, Candice
Workman, Breanna
68-49 20-Crutchfield, Cariss 6-Workman, Breanna 5-Griffitts, Kama
3-Barnes, Erica
49-65 10-Workman, Breanna 4-Warthen, Candice 5-Griffitts, Kama
2-Griffitts, Kama
Cannon, Keyahndra Workman, Breanna
Workman, Breanna
Barnes, Erica
Crutchfield, Carissa
48-74 11-Jones, LaBrittney 6-Jones, LaBrittney 4-Cannon, Keyahndra 3-Workman, Breanna
Jones, LaBrittney
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Points
Rebounds
22-Warthen, Candice 10-Jones, LaBrittney
21-Warthen, Candice 6-James, Dejza
18-Warthen, Candice 11-Griffitts, Kama
Assists
4-Warthen, Candice
9-Warthen, Candice
3-Warthen, Candice
Steals
3-Warthen, Candice
3-Warthen, Candice
3-Merrill, Ashley
Blocked shots
1-Jones, LaBrittney
1-James, Dejza
1-Warthen, Candice
Griffitts, Kama
Jones, LaBrittney
Merrill, Ashley
1-Jones, LaBrittney
Merrill, Ashley
4-Crutchfield, Carissa 2-Jones, LaBrittney
Griffitts, Kama
Warthen, Candice
8-Workman, Breanna 5-Crutchfield, Carissa 3-Crutchfield, Carissa 2-Warthen, Candice
Griffitts, Kama
8-Jones, LaBrittney 3-Crutchfield, Carissa 2-Warthen, Candice 3-Jones, LaBrittney
Crutchfield, Carissa
8-Workman, Breanna 5-Warthen, Candice 2-Warthen, Candice 1-Jones, LaBrittney
Warthen, Candice
7-Barnes, Erica
4-Warthen, Candice 2-Barnes, Erica
1-Barnes, Erica
Jones, LaBrittney
Crutchfield, Carissa
15-Jones, LaBrittney 5-Griffitts, Kama
1-Crutchfield, Carissa 3-Jones, LaBrittney
Jones, LaBrittney
Warthen, Candice
Merrill, Ashley
8-Barnes, Erica
5-Crutchfield, Carissa 3-Merrill, Ashley
1-Merrill, Ashley
10-Barnes, Erica
4-Warthen, Candice 3-Jones, LaBrittney 3-Jones, LaBrittney
Griffitts, Kama
Crutchfield, Carissa
11-Jones, LaBrittney 2-Warthen, Candice 2-Warthen, Candice 3-Jones, LaBrittney
Crutchfield, Carissa
Griffitts, Kama
6-Warthen, Candice 5-Warthen, Candice 2-Jones, LaBrittney 1-Griffitts, Kama
7-Barnes, Erica
6-Crutchfield, Carissa 3-Crutchfield, Carissa 1-Warthen, Candice
Cannon, Keyahndra
5-Griffitts, Kama
4-Crutchfield, Carissa 2-Warthen, Candice 3-Jones, LaBrittney
Crutchfield, Carissa
Griffitts, Kama
4-Barnes, Erica
3-Griffitts, Kama
2-Workman, Breanna 1-Jones, LaBrittney
Griffitts, Kama
8-Jones, LaBrittney 3-Crutchfield, Carissa 2-Jones, LaBrittney 1-Barnes, Erica
Griffitts, Kama
Jones, LaBrittney
None
None
3-Jones, LaBrittney
1-Jones, LaBrittney
None
None
4-Barnes, Erica
1-Jones, LaBrittney
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Arizona Game-by-Game Highs (as of Nov 15, 2014)
All games
Opponent
UTAH
Date
2/21/14
Score Points
Rebounds
47-52 14-Workman, Breanna 8-Jones, LaBrittney
COLORADO
2/23/14
56-61 13-Jones, LaBrittney
6-Jones, LaBrittney
at Oregon State
2/28/14
48-78 15-Jones, LaBrittney
6-Griffitts, Kama
at Oregon
03/02/14
78-90 21-Warthen, Candice
7-Jones, LaBrittney
Assists
Steals
1-Crutchfield, Carissa 4-Griffitts, Kama
Warthen, Candice
Workman, Breanna
5-Warthen, Candice 2-Warthen, Candice
Crutchfield, Carissa
Griffitts, Kama
5-Crutchfield, Carissa 1-Crutchfield, Carissa
Workman, Breanna
Warthen, Candice
6-Cannon, Keyahndra 6-Crutchfield, Carissa
vs USC
03/06/14
54-59 13-Griffitts, Kama
7-Griffitts, Kama
3-Warthen, Candice
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2-Barnes, Erica
Workman, Breanna
Griffitts, Kama
Blocked shots
None
1-Barnes, Erica
Griffitts, Kama
1-Jones, LaBrittney
1-Workman, Breanna
Jones, LaBrittney
Cannon, Keyahndra
2-Jones, LaBrittney
Barnes, Erica
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Arizona Team High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 15, 2014)
All games
Arizona - TEAM GAME HIGHS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
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78
75
75
72
71
31
30
73
70
.549
.467
9
8
23
20
1.000
.545
20
18
23
22
.917
.917
53
45
24
18
18
11
10
10
6
5
5
26
22
23
22
22
(28-51)
(28-60)
(1-1)
(6-11)
(11-12)
(11-12)
at Oregon (03/02/14)
UC RIVERSIDE (12/21/13)
at Iona College (11/08/13)
OREGON (1/31/14)
vs Michigan (11/09/13)
at Oregon (03/02/14)
OREGON (1/31/14)
at Oregon (03/02/14)
OREGON (1/31/14)
ARIZONA STATE (2/9/2014)
vs Michigan (11/09/13)
ARKANSAS PINE-BLUFF (12/29/13)
at Oregon (03/02/14)
at Oregon (03/02/14)
ARKANSAS PINE-BLUFF (12/29/13)
at Arizona State (02/04/14)
COLORADO (2/23/14)
UC RIVERSIDE (12/21/13)
WAKE FOREST (11/26/13)
UC RIVERSIDE (12/21/13)
OREGON STATE (2/2/2014)
vs USC (03/06/14)
CALIFORNIA (1/20/14)
TEXAS TECH (12/15/13)
at Washington (01/03/14)
vs Michigan (11/09/13)
ARKANSAS PINE-BLUFF (12/29/13)
at BYU (11/30/13)
at Stanford (02/16/14)
COLORADO (2/23/14)
UCLA (1/10/14)
at California (2/14/14)
ARKANSAS PINE-BLUFF (12/29/13)
at Pacific (11/23/13)
at Pacific (11/23/13)
COLORADO (2/23/14)
CALIFORNIA (1/20/14)
at UAB (12/5/13)
at Pacific (11/23/13)
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Arizona High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 15, 2014)
All games
Arizona - GAME LOWS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
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36
45
47
47
48
48
14
16
41
45
.288
.302
0
0
0
1
1
.000
.000
.000
5
5
8
8
.455
.462
21
25
3
3
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
6
9
7
11
(17-59)
(16-53)
(0-1)
(0-5)
(0-3)
(5-11)
(6-13)
at Arizona State (02/04/14)
USC (1/12/14)
at Colorado (1/24/14)
UTAH (2/21/14)
at Stanford (02/16/14)
at Oregon State (2/28/14)
at Arizona State (02/04/14)
USC (1/12/14)
at Arizona State (02/04/14)
OREGON STATE (2/2/2014)
WAKE FOREST (11/26/13)
USC (1/12/14)
OREGON STATE (2/2/2014)
at Stanford (02/16/14)
UTAH (2/21/14)
OREGON STATE (2/2/2014)
at Arizona State (02/04/14)
OREGON STATE (2/2/2014)
at Stanford (02/16/14)
UTAH (2/21/14)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
UTAH (2/21/14)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
at Utah (01/26/14)
UTAH (2/21/14)
at BYU (11/30/13)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
at California (2/14/14)
at Arizona State (02/04/14)
UTAH (2/21/14)
OREGON (1/31/14)
OREGON STATE (2/2/2014)
at Colorado (1/24/14)
at Utah (01/26/14)
at Arizona State (02/04/14)
ARIZONA STATE (2/9/2014)
UTAH (2/21/14)
UTAH (2/21/14)
at Stanford (02/16/14)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
OREGON (1/31/14)
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Arizona High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 15, 2014)
All games
Opponent - GAME HIGHS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
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96
90
84
82
79
40
33
76
70
.635
.551
15
13
34
32
.545
.542
23
20
20
20
20
29
28
28
1.000
.900
49
48
28
23
12
11
9
8
25
23
21
20
20
(40-63)
(27-49)
(12-22)
(13-24)
(11-11)
(9-10)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
at Oregon (03/02/14)
OREGON (1/31/14)
at Iona College (11/08/13)
CALIFORNIA (1/20/14)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
OREGON (1/31/14)
OREGON (1/31/14)
TEXAS TECH (12/15/13)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
at Oregon State (2/28/14)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
at Stanford (02/16/14)
OREGON (1/31/14)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
at Oregon State (2/28/14)
at Stanford (02/16/14)
CALIFORNIA (1/20/14)
COLORADO (2/23/14)
at UAB (12/5/13)
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN (11/20/13)
at Iona College (11/08/13)
CALIFORNIA (1/20/14)
COLORADO (2/23/14)
at UAB (12/5/13)
USC (1/12/14)
at Washington State (01/05/14)
at BYU (11/30/13)
OREGON (1/31/14)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
vs Michigan (11/09/13)
COLORADO (2/23/14)
at Pacific (11/23/13)
at Utah (01/26/14)
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN (11/20/13)
at Oregon (03/02/14)
COLORADO (2/23/14)
TEXAS TECH (12/15/13)
OREGON STATE (2/2/2014)
at Pacific (11/23/13)
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Arizona High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 15, 2014)
All games
Opponent - GAME LOWS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
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49
49
52
54
54
15
16
44
47
.271
.319
1
2
2
2
8
9
.125
.143
1
3
3
6
.333
.364
29
30
30
4
4
3
3
0
1
1
8
9
12
13
(16-59)
(15-47)
(1-8)
(2-14)
(1-3)
(4-11)
at UC Santa Barbara (11/16/13)
ARIZONA STATE (2/9/2014)
UTAH (2/21/14)
ARKANSAS PINE-BLUFF (12/29/13)
USC (1/12/14)
ARIZONA STATE (2/9/2014)
at Washington (01/03/14)
UTAH (2/21/14)
ARIZONA STATE (2/9/2014)
at Washington (01/03/14)
ARIZONA STATE (2/9/2014)
COLORADO (2/23/14)
at UC Santa Barbara (11/16/13)
at Washington State (01/05/14)
ARIZONA STATE (2/9/2014)
COLORADO (2/23/14)
UTAH (2/21/14)
COLORADO (2/23/14)
at Washington State (01/05/14)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
at UC Santa Barbara (11/16/13)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
at UC Santa Barbara (11/16/13)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
vs USC (03/06/14)
ARIZONA STATE (2/9/2014)
at Pacific (11/23/13)
at Oregon State (2/28/14)
ARKANSAS PINE-BLUFF (12/29/13)
ARIZONA STATE (2/9/2014)
UC RIVERSIDE (12/21/13)
UTAH (2/21/14)
at UC Santa Barbara (11/16/13)
at Pacific (11/23/13)
at Oregon (03/02/14)
at Oregon State (2/28/14)
STANFORD (1/17/14)
at Oregon State (2/28/14)
at Oregon (03/02/14)
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Arizona Category Leaders (as of Nov 15, 2014)
All games
Scoring Average
Warthen, Candice
Griffitts, Kama
Barnes, Erica
Crutchfield, Carissa
Jones, LaBrittney
Workman, Breanna
Cannon, Keyahndra
Merrill, Ashley
James, Dejza
Harris, Nyre
G
30
30
26
29
30
30
29
17
10
1
Pts
334
288
231
235
223
200
119
69
37
0
Avg/G
11.1
9.6
8.9
8.1
7.4
6.7
4.1
4.1
3.7
0.0
Pct
.545
.462
.449
.444
.371
.370
.359
.353
.314
.000
Field Goal Attempts
Warthen, Candice
Griffitts, Kama
Crutchfield, Carissa
Barnes, Erica
Jones, LaBrittney
G
30
30
29
26
30
Att
380
281
238
207
182
Att/G
12.7
9.4
8.2
8.0
6.1
Field Goals Made
Warthen, Candice
Griffitts, Kama
Barnes, Erica
Crutchfield, Carissa
Jones, LaBrittney
G
30
30
26
29
30
Att
21
52
137
59
36
1
Pct
.429
.423
.365
.305
.278
.000
3-Point FG Attempts
Griffitts, Kama
Warthen, Candice
Crutchfield, Carissa
Merrill, Ashley
Cannon, Keyahndra
G
30
30
29
17
29
3-Point FG Made
Griffitts, Kama
Crutchfield, Carissa
Warthen, Candice
Merrill, Ashley
Cannon, Keyahndra
G
30
29
30
17
29
Att
18
60
75
70
53
77
61
34
3
Pct
.833
.750
.733
.686
.679
.649
.607
.529
.333
Free Throw Attempts
Workman, Breanna
Jones, LaBrittney
Warthen, Candice
Crutchfield, Carissa
Barnes, Erica
G
30
30
30
29
26
Free Throws Made
Jones, LaBrittney
Workman, Breanna
Warthen, Candice
Barnes, Erica
Crutchfield, Carissa
G
30
30
30
26
29
Points
Warthen, Candice
Griffitts, Kama
Crutchfield, Carissa
Barnes, Erica
Jones, LaBrittney
Workman, Breanna
Cannon, Keyahndra
Merrill, Ashley
James, Dejza
G
30
30
29
26
30
30
29
17
10
Pts
334
288
235
231
223
200
119
69
37
Pts/G
11.1
9.6
8.1
8.9
7.4
6.7
4.1
4.1
3.7
FG Percentage
James, Dejza
Jones, LaBrittney
Barnes, Erica
Workman, Breanna
Cannon, Keyahndra
Crutchfield, Carissa
Griffitts, Kama
Warthen, Candice
Merrill, Ashley
Harris, Nyre
FG
18
84
93
75
46
88
101
134
22
0
Att
33
182
207
169
124
238
281
380
70
2
3-Point Percentage
Cannon, Keyahndra
Crutchfield, Carissa
Griffitts, Kama
Warthen, Candice
Merrill, Ashley
Jones, LaBrittney
3FG
9
22
50
18
10
0
Free Throw Percent
Merrill, Ashley
Barnes, Erica
Jones, LaBrittney
Warthen, Candice
Griffitts, Kama
Workman, Breanna
Crutchfield, Carissa
Cannon, Keyahndra
James, Dejza
FG
15
45
55
48
36
50
37
18
1
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Made Made/G
134
4.5
101
3.4
93
3.6
88
3.0
84
2.8
Att
137
59
52
36
21
Att/G
4.6
2.0
1.8
2.1
0.7
Made Made/G
50
1.7
22
0.8
18
0.6
10
0.6
9
0.3
Att
77
75
70
61
60
Att/G
2.6
2.5
2.3
2.1
2.3
Made Made/G
55
1.8
50
1.7
48
1.6
45
1.7
37
1.3
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Arizona Category Leaders (as of Nov 15, 2014)
All games
Rebounds
Jones, LaBrittney
Barnes, Erica
Workman, Breanna
Griffitts, Kama
Warthen, Candice
G
30
26
30
30
30
Reb
173
124
121
118
116
Reb/G
5.8
4.8
4.0
3.9
3.9
Assists
Crutchfield, Carissa
Warthen, Candice
Griffitts, Kama
Merrill, Ashley
Workman, Breanna
G
29
30
30
17
30
No.
91
73
72
25
25
Ast/G
3.1
2.4
2.4
1.5
0.8
Rebound Average
Jones, LaBrittney
Barnes, Erica
Workman, Breanna
Griffitts, Kama
Warthen, Candice
G
30
26
30
30
30
Reb
173
124
121
118
116
Avg/G
5.8
4.8
4.0
3.9
3.9
Steals
Warthen, Candice
Crutchfield, Carissa
Griffitts, Kama
Jones, LaBrittney
Workman, Breanna
G
30
29
30
30
30
No.
40
33
28
23
22
Stl/G
1.3
1.1
0.9
0.8
0.7
Offensive Rebounds
Jones, LaBrittney
Barnes, Erica
Workman, Breanna
Griffitts, Kama
Cannon, Keyahndra
G
30
26
30
30
29
No.
47
46
43
22
19
Avg/G
1.6
1.8
1.4
0.7
0.7
Blocked Shots
Jones, LaBrittney
Barnes, Erica
Warthen, Candice
Merrill, Ashley
Griffitts, Kama
G
30
26
30
17
30
No.
32
13
7
4
3
Blk/G
1.1
0.5
0.2
0.2
0.1
Defensive Rebounds
Jones, LaBrittney
Warthen, Candice
Griffitts, Kama
Crutchfield, Carissa
Workman, Breanna
Barnes, Erica
G
30
30
30
29
30
26
No.
126
101
96
83
78
78
Avg/G
4.2
3.4
3.2
2.9
2.6
3.0
Minutes
Griffitts, Kama
Warthen, Candice
Crutchfield, Carissa
Jones, LaBrittney
Workman, Breanna
G
30
30
29
30
30
No.
985
983
947
748
698
Min/G
32.8
32.8
32.7
24.9
23.3
Fouls
Workman, Breanna
Griffitts, Kama
Jones, LaBrittney
Crutchfield, Carissa
Barnes, Erica
G
30
30
30
29
26
No.
77
76
76
75
56
Per/G
2.6
2.5
2.5
2.6
2.2
Turnovers
Griffitts, Kama
Warthen, Candice
Barnes, Erica
Crutchfield, Carissa
Workman, Breanna
G
30
30
26
29
30
No.
85
73
61
59
46
TO/G
2.8
2.4
2.3
2.0
1.5
Foulouts
Griffitts, Kama
Crutchfield, Carissa
Barnes, Erica
Jones, LaBrittney
G
30
29
26
30
No.
2
2
1
1
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LAST MEETING VS. CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD
Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics
Arizona vs CSU Bakersfield
11/9/12 8:42 p.m. at Bakersfield, CA (Icardo Center)
Arizona 71 • 1-0
##
00
04
10
23
30
02
05
13
15
Player
Whyte, Davellyn
Crutchfield, Carissa
Griffitts, Kama
Barnes, Erica
Gloyd, Alli
White, Layana
Harris, Nyre
Poston, Cheshi
Cannon, Keyahndra
Team
Totals
*
*
*
*
*
FG % 1st Half: 13-30 43.3%
3FG % 1st Half: 1-4
25.0%
FT % 1st Half: 7-10 70.0%
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
5-13
2-4
1-9
3-14
4-7
1-4
0-6
7-12
4-7
4-7
1-2
1-5
0-0
0-0
0-2
0-0
0-0
0-1
27-76
6-17
2-2
0-0
1-2
3-4
3-4
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-2
1 4 5 3
2 3 5 3
3 5 8 1
7 5 12 1
1 0 1 2
2 4 6 1
2 1 3 2
5 6 11 1
1 1 2 1
4 5 9
11-14 28 34 62 15
2nd half: 14-46 30.4%
2nd half: 5-13 38.5%
2nd half: 4-4
100.0
TP
16
5
4
9
11
2
0
14
10
A TO Blk Stl
3
2
1
2
1
0
1
2
1
1
4
4
3
5
2
2
2
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
6
1
1
0
6
0
3
0
1
0
0
Min
20
20
27
23
24
27
15
26
18
71 13 25 10 11 200
Game: 27-76 35.5%
Game: 6-17 35.3%
Game: 11-14 78.6%
Deadball
Rebounds
1
CSU Bakersfield 50 • 0-1
##
03
04
20
34
44
01
05
10
11
22
23
31
Player
Williams, Amber
Ford, Ciarra
Collins, Tyler
Coffee, Janae
Outland, Tyonna
Shannon, Alyssa
Zempare, Batabe
Henderson, Gina
Hinkens, Brooklynn
Naderhoff, Marilyn
Johnson, Cebrina
Carter, Lauren
Team
Totals
FG % 1st Half: 9-33
3FG % 1st Half: 4-8
FT % 1st Half: 5-9
27.3%
50.0%
55.6%
*
*
*
*
*
Total
3-Ptr
Rebounds
FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF
3-14
2-7
0-0
4-10
4-15
1-2
0-2
2-2
0-3
0-1
0-6
2-4
2-6
1-3
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-0
1-3
0-0
4-7
4-5
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
18-66
5-15
9-15
2nd half:
2nd half:
2nd half:
9-33
1-7
4-6
27.3%
14.3%
66.7%
0 2 2 2
1 2 3 1
0 0 0 0
4 5 9 4
3 4 7 1
0 1 1 1
2 2 4 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1
5 1 6 2
1 3 4 2
2 3 5
18 23 41 14
Game: 18-66 27.3%
Game: 5-15 33.3%
Game: 9-15 60.0%
TP
8
6
0
12
13
2
0
4
0
0
0
5
A TO Blk Stl
4
4
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
5
1
2
2
3
2
1
0
1
4
3
50 11 26
1
1
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
2
2
2
1
0
0
0
3
0
Min
25
25
2
23
30
14
13
2
8
3
30
25
6 12 200
Deadball
Rebounds
2
Officials: AV Cervantes, Cheryll Blue, Janetta Graham
Technical fouls: Arizona-None. CSU Bakersfield-None.
Attendance: 455
Score by periods
Arizona
CSU Bakersfield
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1st
34
27
2nd
37
23
Total
71
50
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2014-15 BOX SCORES
Game 1: Arizona, Cal State Bakersfield
Nov. 17, 2014 • McKale Center (Tucson, Ariz.)
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