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1 30 NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES 1986 NCAA CHAMPIONS THREE FINAL FOUR APPEARANCES 12-TIME CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS TEXAS BASKETBALL ITALY SCHEDULE AND RESULTS DATE DAY OPPONENT LOCATION USA TIME Mon. Aug. 14 Wed. Aug. 16 Sat. Aug. 19 vs. TK Hannover [Germany] vs. FSG Academy [Holland] vs. Basket Costa [Italy] Rome, Italy Ponte Buggianese, Italy Costa Masnaga, Italy L, (OT) W, :30 a.m. CT NCAA PROGRAMS AT 1,000 ALL-TIME WINS Tennessee 1,318 Louisiana Tech 1,090 UConn 1,075 James Madison 1,065 Texas 1,036 Old Dominion 1,029 Stanford 1,029 Stephen F. Austin 1,026 ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES Tennessee 36 Georgia 32 Stanford 31 Texas 30 UConn 29 TEXAS ROSTER # NAME POS. HT. CLASS HOMETOWN 1 Alecia Sutton G 5-8 So. St. Louis, Mo. 4 Destiny Littleton G 5-9 Fr. La Jolla, Calif. 5 Jordan Hosey F 6-1 Jr. Pearland, Texas 10 Lashann Higgs G 5-9 Jr. Round Rock, Texas 11 Brooke McCarty G 5-4 Sr. League City, Texas 12 Jada Underwood G/F 6-0 So. Mesquite, Texas 14 Olamide Aborowa F 6-3 Jr. Ondo, Nigeria 15 Chasity Patterson G 5-5 Fr. Houston, Texas 23 Ariel Atkins G 5-11 Sr. Duncanville, Texas 30 Khaléann Caron-Goudreau F 6-4 Jr. Gatineau, Quebec 31 Audrey-Ann Caron-Goudreau F 6-4 Sr. Gatineau, Quebec 33 Rellah Boothe F 6-3 Fr. Ocala, Fla. 40 Jatarie White F/C 6-4 Jr. Charlotte, N.C. MEDIA RELATIONS Sean Cartell Primary Contact UT Athletics Media Relations P.O. Box 7399, Austin, TX TexasSports.com (352) [cell phone] ITALY GAME 3 BASKET COSTA AUGUST 19, 2017 TEXAS 1-1 on Italy Tour BASKET COSTA [ITALY] GAME-DAY STORYLINES Head Coach: Karen Aston at UT: (.675), 6th season Career: (.646), 11th season Head Coach: Gabriele Pirola The Texas women s basketball team on Saturday will play its third and final game as part of a 10-day international trip to Italy. The Longhorns will face Basket Costa, a professional team that is a member of Italy s Serie A2 league and based in Costa Masnaga, Italy. Tip-off is slated for 11:30 a.m. CT at the Costa Masnaga Sport Center. Stat Leaders: Junior post Jatarie White is Texas leading scorer and rebounder on the Italy tour, averaging 16.0 points per game and 12.5 boards per game. Sophomore guard Alecia Sutton follows with 13.5 points per game and 4.5 assists per game. The Longhorns have averaged 53 rebounds per game over the two-game stretch. TK Hannover 52, Texas 50 (OT): Using a number of new players and different combinations, the Texas women s basketball team overcame a 10-point second-half deficit to force overtime, before falling to TK Hannover, a member of The Damen-Basketball-Bundesliga League in Germany, in overtime, on Monday at the Stella Azzurra Sport Center in Rome. Junior post Jatarie White, who saw her first game action in more than a year after transferring from South Carolina, recorded a double-double with 16 points and 13 rebounds. Sophomore guard Alecia Sutton, fresh off earning a silver medal with the USA Women s U19 National Team at the FIBA U19 World Cup, tallied 13 points, four rebounds and four assists. Texas 88, FSG Academy 56: Five Texas players scored in double figures Wednesday, including the second consecutive double-double from junior post Jatarie White, as the Longhorns posted an win against FSG Academy of Apeldoorn, The Netherlands, at the San Pertini Sport Center in Ponte Buggianese, Italy. White was Texas leading scorer and rebounder with 16 points and 12 boards. Sophomore guard Alecia Sutton followed with 14 points, while freshman guard Chasity Patterson scored 12. Freshmen Rellah Boothe and Destiny Littleton scored 11 points each, while junior forward Olamide Aborowa brought down 10 rebounds. The Longhorns brought down 56 rebounds. Atkins with USA U23 National Team: Senior guard Ariel Atkins did not make the trip to Italy with the Longhorns as she was one of 12 players nationally selected to the USA U23 Team that on Tuesday captured the inaugural U24 Four Nations Tournament in Tokyo, Japan. Atkins has joined the team in Italy for the duration of the tour, but will not see game action. McCarty Big 12 Player of the Year: Senior guard Brooke McCarty in 2017 became the school s first-ever Big 12 Conference Player of the Year. She led her team in scoring with 14.1 points per game and was the Big 12 Conference leader in three-point-field-goal percentage at.430 (77-of-179). Her 77 three-pointers made on the year were the second-most in a single season in school history. Longhorns in Red, White and Blue: Texas has sent a nation-leading four players to participate on USA Basketball teams this summer. Freshman guard Destiny Littleton earned a gold medal as part of the USA U18 3x3 FIBA World Cup Team, while sophomores Joyner Holmes and Alecia Sutton were part of the silver medalist USA U19 FIBA World Cup Team. Senior Ariel Atkins helped the USA U23 Team win the inaugural Four Nations Tournament. No. 3 Recruiting Class for Texas: The incoming Texas freshmen - Rellah Boothe, Destiny Littleton and Chasity Patterson - were rated as the nation s No. 3 recruiting class of 2017, according to ESPN.com. Boothe, a 6-foot-3 forward, was rated the No. 3 prospect of the 2017 class, while Patterson, a 5-foot-6 guard, was the No. 4 overall recruit in 2017.

2 HEAD COACH KAREN ASTON NCAA/INTERNATIONAL RULES DIFFERENCES 6TH SEASON AT TEXAS 11TH SEASON OVERALL 14th Season at UT as an assistant or head coach CAREER RECORD OVERALL CONFERENCE School (seasons) W L % W L % Charlotte (4) North Texas (1) TEXAS (6th) OVERALL (11th) YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD CONFERENCE W-L W-L FINISH POSTSEASON CHARLOTTE th A-10 WNIT First Round nd A-10 NCAA First Round th A-10 WNIT 2nd Round rd A-10 WNIT Final Four NORTH TEXAS rd Sun Belt - TEXAS t-8th Big t-3rd Big 12 NCAA 2nd Round t-3rd Big 12 NCAA Sweet nd Big 12 NCAA Elite nd Big 12 NCAA Sweet 16 CAREER MILESTONE WINS # TEAM OPPONENT (DATE) SCORE 1 Charlotte Hampton ( ) Charlotte George Washington ( ) North Texas Louisiana-Lafayette ( ) TEXAS OKLAHOMA ( ) OT 200 TEXAS TCU ( ) TROPHY CASE Big 12 Coach of the Year Texas Head Coach NCAA Final Four Texas Associate Head Coach Big 12 Tournament Champions Texas Associate Head Coach Big 12 Regular Season Champions , 2004 Texas Associate Head Coach Atlantic 10 Tournament Champions Charlotte Head Coach Set a school-record 27 wins in a season Charlotte Head Coach Arkansas Girls Basketball Coach of the Year

3 TK Hannover 52, Texas 50 (OT) August 14, 2017 Rome, Italy No. Name FG- FGA 3 FG- FGA FT- FTA O REB D REB TOT REB PF TOTAL PTS A TO B S 1 Sutton, Alecia Littleton, Destiny Hosey, Jordan Underwood, Jada Aborowa, Olamide Patterson, Chasity Caron- Goudreau, K Caron- Goudreau, A Boothe, Rellah White, Jatarie TOTALS

4 Texas 88, FSG Academy 56 August 16, 2017 Ponte Buggianese, Italy No. Name FG- FGA 3 FG- FGA FT- FTA O REB D REB TOT REB PF TOTAL PTS A TO B S 1 Sutton, Alecia Littleton, Destiny Hosey, Jordan Underwood, Jada Aborowa, Olamide Patterson, Chasity Caron- Goudreau, K Caron- Goudreau, A Boothe, Rellah White, Jatarie TOTALS

5 WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME... TEAM Texas Scored 80 Points: 92 vs. Florida State [92-88] ( ) Texas Scored 90 Points: 92 vs. Florida State [92-88] ( ) Texas Scored 100 Points: 109 vs. Sam Houston State [109-48] ( ) WNBA DRAFT All-time Longhorns selected in the WNBA Draft. YEAR PLAYER ROUND (OVERALL PICK) TEAM 1999 Edna Campbell 1st (10) Phoenix Mercury 2000 Edwina Brown $ 1st (3) Detroit Shock 2004 Stacy Stephens # 3rd (37) Houston Comets 2005 Heather Schreiber 3rd (39) Los Angeles Sparks 2005 Jamie Carey * 3rd (31) Phoenix Mercury 2007 Tiffany Jackson 1st (5) New York Liberty 2010 Brittainey Raven 3rd (33) Atlanta Dream 2015 Nneka Enemkpali 3rd (26) Seattle Storm 2016 Imani Boyette 1st (10) Chicago Sky $ - 1st collegian taken in 2000 WNBA Draft # - later traded to Detroit Shock * - later signed with Connecticut Sun ADMINISTRATORS/COACHES IN THE PROS Shell (Bollin) Dailey - San Antonio-WNBA [former interim Head Coach] Nell Fortner - Indiana-WNBA [former Head Coach] Clarissa Davis-Wrightsil - San Antonio-WNBA [former Chief Operations Officer, ] ALL-TIME PLAYERS IN THE PROS WNBA 1996-present 17 Longhorns have played in the WNBA. Imani Boyette - Chicago Sky [ ]; Atlanta Dream [2017-Present] Edwina Brown - Detroit Shock [ ]; Phoenix Mercury [2003]; Houston Comets [2006] Edna Campbell - Phoenix Mercury [1999]; Seattle Storm [2000]; Sacramento Monarchs [ ]; San Antonio Silver Stars [2005] Jamie Carey - Connecticut Sun [ ] Carla Cortijo - Atlanta Dream [ ] Clarissa Davis - Phoenix Mercury [1999] Tai Dillard - San Antonio Silver Stars [ ] Vicki Hall - Cleveland Rockers [ ]; Indiana Fever [2001]; Los Angeles Sparks [2002] Fran Harris - Houston Comets [1997]; Utah Starzz [1998] NeKeshia Henderson - Houston Comets [1997, ] Angela Jackson - Washington Mystics [1998] Tiffany Jackson - New York Liberty [ ]; Tulsa Shock [ ]; Los Angeles Sparks [2017-Present] Andrea Lloyd - Minnesota Lynx [ ] Catarina Pollini - Houston Comets [1997] Brittainey Raven - Atlanta Dream [2010] Stacy Stephens - Detroit Shock [2004] Danielle Viglione - Sacramento Monarchs [1997] AMERICAN BASKETBALL LEAGUE (ABL) Six Longhorns played in the ABL. Edna Campbell - Colorado Xplosion [ ] Clarissa Davis-Wrightsil - New England Blizzard [ ]; Long Beach StingRays [ ]; San Jose Lasers [1998] Vicki Hall - Colorado Xplosion [ ]; Nashville Noise [1998] Nekeshia Henderson - San Jose Lasers [1998] Andrea Lloyd-Curry - Columbus Quest [ ] Beverly Williams - Long Beach StingRays [ ]; Columbus Quest [1998] Opponent Scored Fewer Than 50 Points: 42 by Kansas [75-42] ( ) Opponent Scored Fewer Than 40 Points: 35 by Oklahoma State [66-35] ( ) Texas Made 10 or More Three-Pointers: 11 vs. Iowa State [11-of-22] ( ) Texas Did Not Make a Three-Pointer: 0 vs. West Virginia [0-of-0] ( ) Texas Did Not Make a Free Throw: 0 vs. Marquette [0-of-0] ( ) Texas Recorded 60 or More Rebounds: 61 vs. Kansas ( ) Texas Recorded 70 or More Rebounds: 71 vs. Texas Southern ( ) Texas Recorded 20 or More Assists: 22 vs. New Orleans ( ) Texas Recorded 25 or More Assists: 25 vs. Sam Houston State ( ) Texas Recorded 15 or More Steals: 15 vs. New Orleans ( ) Texas Recorded 20 or More Steals: 20 vs. Boston University ( ) Texas Recorded 10 or More Blocks: 13 vs. Kansas ( ) Texas Recorded 5 or Fewer Turnovers: 5 vs. LSU ( ) Texas Recorded 30 or More Turnovers: 31 vs. Kansas ( ) Texas Recorded 35 or More Turnovers: 37 vs. Sacramento State ( ) INDIVIDUAL A Texas Player Scored 40 or More Points: 48, Danielle Viglione vs. Houston ( ) A Texas Player Made Five or More Three-Pointers: 5, Brooke McCarty vs. Florida State [5-of-8] ( ) A Texas Player Made 10 or More Three-Pointers: 11, Danielle Viglione vs. Houston [11-of-26] ( ) A Texas Player Made 15 or More Free-Throws: 16, Edwina Brown vs. Texas Tech [16-of-19] ( ) A Texas Player Shot 100 Percent from the Free-Throw Line (min. 10 att.): Chassidy Fussell vs. Tennessee [10-of-10] ( ) A Texas Player Recorded 20 or More Rebounds: 21, Nneka Enemkpali vs. West Virginia ( ) A Texas Player Recorded 15 or More Assists: 15, Angie Jo Ogletree vs. Houston ( ) A Texas Player Recorded 10 or More Steals: 12, Kamie Ethridge vs. Pepperdine ( ) A Texas Player Recorded 10 or More Blocks: 10, Ashley Gayle vs. Cincinnati ( ) Two Texas Players Had Double-Doubles in the Same Game: Joyner Holmes [16 pts, 13 rebs] and Kelsey Lang [10 pts, 10 rebs] vs. UT Rio Grande Valley ( ) A Texas Player Recorded A Triple-Double: Ashleigh Fontenette vs. UT-Pan American [17 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists] ( )

6 CAREER HIGHS 1 ALECIA SUTTON Points 10, twice, last vs. NC State [ ] Rebounds 8 at Texas Tech [ ] Assists 4, twice, last vs. Kansas [ ] Steals 2 at Oklahoma State [ ] Blocks 2 vs. UTRGV [ ] Field Goals 4, twice, last vs. NC State [ ] 3-Point Field Goals 2, twice, last vs. Stanford [ ] Free Throws 4 vs. Oklahoma State [ ] Minutes 29 vs. Iowa State [ ] 14 OLAMIDE ABOROWA Points 4, 4x., last vs. Central Arkansas [ ] Rebounds 5 vs. Central Arkansas [ ] Assists 1, twice,, last vs. Northwestern State [ ] Steals 1 at Texas Tech [ ] Blocks 2, twice, last vs. Central Arkansas [ ] Field Goals 2, 4x., last vs. Central Arkansas [ ] 3-Point Field Goals None Free Throws 2, twice, last vs. Central Arkansas [ ] Minutes 13, twice, last vs. Central Arkansas [ ] 5 JORDAN HOSEY Points 12 at Oklahoma State [ ] Rebounds 8 vs. UTSA [ ] Assists 1, 5x., last vs. Central Arkansas [ ] Steals 2 vs. Houston Baptist [ ] Blocks 1, 9x., last vs. NC State [ ] Field Goals 4, 3x., last vs. Oklahoma State [ ] 3-Point Field Goals 1 vs. Stanford [ ] Free Throws 6, 2x., last vs. Kansas [ ] Minutes 18 vs. Houston Baptist [ ] 23 ARIEL ATKINS Points 26 at Oklahoma State [ ] Rebounds 11 at Iowa State [ ] Assists 5, twice, last vs. West Virginia [ ] Steals 5 vs. Southern [ ] Blocks 2, twice, last vs. UTSA [ ] Field Goals 11 at Oklahoma State [ ] 3-Point Field Goals 3, 5x., last at Oklahoma State [ ] Free Throws 8 at TCU [ ] Minutes 40 vs. Oklahoma [ ] 10 LASHANN HIGGS Points 19 vs. UConn [ ] Rebounds 10 vs. Hampton [ ] Assists 8 vs. Sam Houston State [ ] Steals 5 vs. New Orleans [ ] Blocks 1, 5x., last vs. Central Arkansas [ ] Field Goals 9 vs. UConn [ ] 3-Point Field Goals 3 at Tennessee [ ] Free Throws 6, twice, last vs. Alabama State [ ] Minutes 31 at Florida State [ ] 30 KHALEANN CARON-GOUDREAU Points 11 vs. Texas A&M [ ] Rebounds 5 at TCU [ ] Assists 3 vs. Texas A&M [ ] Steals 1, 3x., last at West Virginia [ ] Blocks 4 vs. UTSA [ ] Field Goals 4 vs. Texas A&M [ ] 3-Point Field Goals 2, twice, last vs. Tennessee [ ] Free Throws 4 vs. Tennessee [ ] Minutes 24 vs. Tennessee [ ] 11 BROOKE MCCARTY Points 29 at Florida State [ ] Rebounds 7, 3x., last vs. West Virginia [ ] Assists 8, 4x., last at Florida State [ ] Steals 3, 6x., last at Baylor [ ] Blocks 2 vs. Rice [ ] Field Goals 11 at Florida State [ ] 3-Point Field Goals 5, 4x., last at Florida State [ ] Free Throws 8, twice, last at Little Rock [ ] Minutes 50 at Florida State [ ] 31 AUDREY-ANN CARON-GOUDREAU Points 21 vs. Minnesota [ ] Rebounds 14 vs. Minnesota [ ] Assists 3, twice, last vs. Florida [ ] Steals 4 vs. Alabama-Huntsville [ ] Blocks 5, twice, last vs. Kansas [ ] Field Goals 7 vs. Minnesota [ ] 3-Point Field Goals 1, 6x., last vs. West Virginia [ ] Free Throws 7 vs. Minnesota [ ] Minutes 35 vs. Minnesota [ ] 12 JADA UNDERWOOD Points 13 vs. Tennessee [ ] Rebounds 7 vs. UTSA [ ] Assists 3 vs. New Orleans [ ] Steals 1, 3x., last vs. Oklahoma State [ ] Blocks 2, 3x., last vs. Kansas [ ] Field Goals 5 vs. Tennessee [ ] 3-Point Field Goals 2 vs. Northwestern State [ ] Free Throws 5 vs. Houston Baptist [ ] Minutes 25 vs. UTRGV [ ] 40 JATARIE WHITE Points 14 at East Carolina [ ] Rebounds 9 vs. Winthrop [ ] FG 5 vs. East Carolina [ ] 3FG None FT 5 vs. Missouri [ ] Assists 3 vs. Kansas State [ ] Blocks 4 vs. Winthrop [ ] Steals 2 vs. Syracuse [ ] Minutes 22 vs. San Diego State [ ]

7 STATISTICS (ALL GAMES) OVERALL RECORD: 25-9 (HOME: 15-3, AWAY: 9-3, NEUTRAL: 1-3) BIG 12 RECORD: 15-3 (HOME: 7-2, AWAY: 8-1) DATE OPPONENT (TV) W/L SCORE ATTEND HIGH POINTS HIGH REBOUNDS Nov. 14 at No. 11/10 Stanford (ESPN2) L McCarty (20) McCarty (5) Nov. 16 HOUSTON BAPTIST (LHN) W Holmes (22) Holmes/Caron-Goudreau A. (9) Nov. 20 at No. 10/9 Mississippi State (SEC Network) L McCarty (19) Three Players (8) Nov. 23 NORTHWESTERN STATE (LHN) W Higgs (14) Three Players (5) Dec. 01 NO. 3/3 SOUTH CAROLINA (ESPN2) % L Lang (15) Lang (12) Dec. 04 vs. No. 2/2 UConn (ESPN) $ L McCarty (15) Lang (10) Dec. 11 TENNESSEE (FS1) W McCarty/Underwood (13) Holmes/Lang (8) Dec. 15 UT RIO GRANDE VALLEY (LHN) W Holmes (16) Holmes (13) Dec. 17 UTSA (LHN) W Foman (14) Lang (13) Dec. 20 NEW ORLEANS (LHN) W Lang (23) Holmes/Lang (10) Dec. 29 TEXAS TECH (LHN) * W McCarty (16) Lang (13) Jan. 01 at Iowa State (FSN) * W Atkins (25) Lang (12) Jan. 04 at Kansas (ESPN3) * W McCarty (15) Holmes/Lang (9) Jan. 07 TCU (LHN) * W Holmes (18) Lang (14) Jan. 10 OKLAHOMA STATE (LHN) * W McCarty (16) Holmes (9) Jan. 14 at No. 18/19 West Virginia * W Atkins/Holmes (15) Lang (8) Jan. 17 NO. 20/20 OKLAHOMA (FS1) * W Holmes (20) Taylor (11) Jan. 21 at Texas Tech * W McCarty (14) Holmes (15) Jan. 25 at TCU (FSSW+) * W Atkins (17) Holmes (14) Jan. 29 NO. 22/22 WEST VIRGINIA (FS1) * W McCarty (15) Lang (8) Feb. 01 at Oklahoma State (FS Oklahoma) * W Atkins (26) Lang (12) Feb. 04 KANSAS STATE (LHN) * W Holmes (21) Holmes/Lang (9) Feb. 06 at No. 2/2 Baylor (FS1) * W McCarty (22) Holmes (10) Feb. 11 KANSAS (LHN) * W Holmes (15) Holmes (13) Feb. 13 at No. 5/4 Florida State (ESPN2) W 2OT McCarty (29) Holmes (14) Feb. 18 at No. 19/19 Oklahoma (FSN) * L McCarty (16) Taylor (9) Feb. 20 NO. 4/4 BAYLOR (ESPN2) * L McCarty (16) Holmes (12) Feb. 24 IOWA STATE (LHN) * L McCarty (12) Lang (7) Feb. 27 at No. 24/RV Kansas State (ESPN3) * W Holmes (17) Taylor (11) Mar. 04 vs. Oklahoma State (FSN) ^ W McCarty (13) Taylor (8) Mar. 05 vs. West Virginia (FS1) ^ L McCarty (13) Lang (8) Mar. 17 CENTRAL ARKANSAS (ESPN2)! W McCarty (15) Holmes (9) Mar. 19 NO. 17/17 NC STATE (ESPN2)! W (23)McCarty (9)Holmes Mar. 24 vs No. 6/6 Stanford (ESPN) & L (18)Atkins (12)Lang * - Big 12 Conference game % - SEC/Big 12 Challenge (Austin, Texas) $ - Jimmy V Classic (Uncasville, Conn.) ^ - Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship (Oklahoma City, Okla.)! - NCAA First and Second Rounds (Austin, Texas) & - NCAA Regional (Lexington, Ky.) ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 11 Brooke McCarty Ariel Atkins Joyner Holmes Kelsey Lang Lashann Higgs Brianna Taylor Alecia Sutton Underwood, Jada A. Caron-Goudreau Tasia Foman Jordan Hosey K. Caron-Goudreau Olamide Aborowa Team Total Opponents SCORE BY QUARTERS (AND OT) 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT1 OT2 Total TEXAS OPPONENTS

8 STATISTICS (CONFERENCE ONLY) BIG 12 CONFERENCE RECORD: 15-3 (HOME: 7-2, AWAY: 8-1) DATE OPPONENT (TV) W/L SCORE ATTEND HIGH POINTS HIGH REBOUNDS Dec. 29 TEXAS TECH (LHN) * W McCarty (16) Lang (13) Jan. 01 at Iowa State (FSN) * W Atkins (25) Lang (12) Jan. 04 at Kansas (ESPN3) * W McCarty (15) Holmes/Lang (9) Jan. 07 TCU (LHN) * W Holmes (18) Lang (14) Jan. 10 OKLAHOMA STATE (LHN) * W McCarty (16) Holmes (9) Jan. 14 at No. 18/19 West Virginia * W Atkins/Holmes (15) Lang (8) Jan. 17 NO. 20/20 OKLAHOMA (FS1) * W Holmes (20) Taylor (11) Jan. 21 at Texas Tech * W McCarty (14) Holmes (15) Jan. 25 at TCU (FSSW+) * W Atkins (17) Holmes (14) Jan. 29 NO. 22/22 WEST VIRGINIA (FS1) * W McCarty (15) Lang (8) Feb. 01 at Oklahoma State (FS Oklahoma) * W Atkins (26) Lang (12) Feb. 04 KANSAS STATE (LHN) * W Holmes (21) Holmes/Lang (9) Feb. 06 at No. 2/2 Baylor (FS1) * W McCarty (22) Holmes (10) Feb. 11 KANSAS (LHN) * W Holmes (15) Holmes (13) Feb. 18 at No.19/19 Oklahoma (FSN) * L McCarty (16) Taylor (9) Feb. 20 NO. 4/4 BAYLOR (ESPN2) * L McCarty (16) Holmes (12) Feb. 24 IOWA STATE (LHN) * L McCarty (12) Lang (7) Feb. 27 at No. 24/RV Kansas State (ESPN3) * W Holmes (17) Taylor (11) * - Big 12 Conference game ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 11 Brooke McCarty Ariel Atkins Joyner Holmes Lashann Higgs Kelsey Lang Brianna Taylor Alecia Sutton K. Caron-Goudreau A. Caron-Goudreau Jordan Hosey Jada Underwood Olamide Aborowa Tasia Foman TEAM Total Opponents SCORE BY QUARTERS (AND OT) 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total TEXAS OPPONENTS

9 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 3PT. 3PT. FT OFF. DEF. TOT. GAME SCORE FG-A PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A PCT. REB. REB. REB. PF A TO B S TEXAS Stanford TEXAS Houston Baptist TEXAS Mississippi State TEXAS Northwestern State TEXAS South Carolina TEXAS UConn TEXAS Tennessee TEXAS UTRGV TEXAS UTSA TEXAS New Orleans TEXAS Texas Tech TEXAS Iowa State TEXAS Kansas TEXAS TCU TEXAS Oklahoma State TEXAS West Virginia TEXAS Oklahoma TEXAS Texas Tech TEXAS TCU TEXAS West Virginia TEXAS Oklahoma State TEXAS Kansas State TEXAS Baylor TEXAS Kansas TEXAS Florida State

10 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 3PT. 3PT. FT OFF. DEF. TOT. GAME SCORE FG-A PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A PCT. REB. REB. REB. PF A TO B S TEXAS Oklahoma TEXAS Baylor TEXAS Iowa State TEXAS Kansas State TEXAS Oklahoma State TEXAS West Virginia TEXAS Central Arkansas TEXAS N.C. State TEXAS Stanford

11 CAREER RECORDS AND ACTIVE CAREER LEADERS SCORING (CAREER) POINTS Annette Smith [131 games] , Linda Waggoner [161 games] Clarissa Davis [101 games] Cinietra Henderson [123 games] Tiffany Jackson [123 games] Vicki Hall [117 games] Fran Harris [130 games] Retha Swindell [151 games] Chassidy Fussell [120 games] Heather Schreiber [133 games] Stacy Stephens [134 games] Brooke McCarty [105 games] 2014-Present 974 Ariel Atkins [86 games] 2014-Present FIELD GOALS (CAREER) FIELD GOALS MADE Annette Smith [131 games] , Linda Waggoner [161 games] Clarissa Davis [101 games] Fran Harris [130 games] Cinietra Henderson [123 games] Retha Swindell [151 games] Vicki Hall [117 games] Tiffany Jackson [123 games] Stacy Stephens [134 games] Edwina Brown [116 games] Brooke McCarty [105 games] 2014-Present FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Linda Waggoner [161 games] Annette Smith [131 games] , Retha Swindell [151 games] Tiffany Jackson [123 games] Vicki Hall [117 games] Chassidy Fussell [120 games] Fran Harris [130 games] Brittainey Raven [133 games] Nell Fortner [142 games] Danielle Viglione [105 games] Brooke McCarty [105 games] 2014-Present 3-POINT FIELD GOALS (CAREER) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Danielle Viglione [105 games] Kathleen Nash [134 games] Chassidy Fussell [120 games] Jamie Carey [96 games] Heather Schreiber [133 games] Brooke McCarty [105 games] 2014-Present Kim Lummus [106 games] Erika Arriaran [106 games] Brittainey Raven [133 games] Alisha Sare [99 games] Brooke McCarty [105 games] 2014-Present 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Danielle Viglione [105 games] Chassidy Fussell [120 games] Kathleen Nash [134 games] Kim Lummus [106 games] Heather Schreiber [133 games] Jamie Carey [96 games] Brooke McCarty [105 games] 2014-Present Erika Arriaran [106 games] Brittainey Raven [133 games] Alisha Sare [99 games] Brooke McCarty [105 games] 2014-Present 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (minimum 50 made) [ ] Jamie Carey [ ] Kathleen Nash [ ] Vicki Hall [ ] Brooke McCarty 2014-Present [ ] Heather Schreiber [ ] Danielle Viglione [83-234] Yvonne Anderson [82-232] NeKeshia Henderson [ ] Chassidy Fussell [99-288] Ashleigh Fontenette [ ] Brooke McCarty 2014-Present FREE THROWS (CAREER) FREE THROWS MADE Tiffany Jackson [123 games] Cinietra Henderson [123 games] Annette Smith [131 games] , Clarissa Davis [101 games] Brittainey Raven [133 games] Edwina Brown [116 games] Stacy Stephens [134 games] Andrea Lloyd [127 games] Heather Schreiber [133 games] Chassidy Fussell [120 games] Ariel Atkins [86 games] 2014-Present FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Tiffany Jackson [123 games] Annette Smith [131 games] , Cinietra Henderson [123 games] Clarissa Davis [101 games] Stacy Stephens [134 games] Andrea Lloyd [127 games] Brittainey Raven [133 games] Edwina Brown [116 games] Retha Swindell [151 games] Fey Meeks [115 games] Ariel Atkins [86 games] 2014-Present

12 CAREER RECORDS AND ACTIVE CAREER LEADERS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (minimum 50 made) [97-110] Erika Arriaran [ ] Kathleen Nash [ ] Kim Lummus [ ] Chassidy Fussell [ ] Ariel Atkins 2014-Present [ ] Heather Schreiber [ ] Danielle Viglione [ ] Jamie Carey [98-123] Jennifer Clark [ ] Brady Sanders [ ] Ariel Atkins 2014-Present REBOUNDING (CAREER) REBOUNDS Retha Swindell [151 games] Stacy Stephens [134 games] Andrea Lloyd [127 games] Tiffany Jackson [123 games] Imani Boyette [126 games] Cinietra Henderson [123 games] Annette Smith [131 games] , Amie Smith [118 games] Kathleen Nash [134 games] Nneka Enemkpali [95 games] Ariel Atkins [86 games] 2014-Present 312 Brooke McCarty [105 games] 2014-Present ASSISTS (CAREER) ASSISTS Kamie Ethridge Terri Mackey Amy Claborn Edwina Brown Carla Cortijo Celina Rodrigo NeKeshia Henderson Beverly Williams Nina Norman Ashleigh Fontenette Brooke McCarty [105 games] 2014-Present BLOCKED SHOTS (CAREER) BLOCKS Ashley Gayle Imani Boyette Ellen Bayer Ashley Lindsey Angela Jackson Kelsey Lang Tiffany Jackson Joy Williams Tracy Cook Stacy Stephens Joyner Holmes [34 games] 2016-Present STEALS (CAREER) STEALS Linda Waggoner Andrea Lloyd Tiffany Jackson Esoleta Whaley Annette Smith , Hattie Browning Terri Mackey Kamie Ethridge Edwina Brown Beverly Williams Ariel Atkins [86 games] 2014-Present 101 Brooke McCarty [105 games] 2014-Present PARTICIPATION (CAREER) GAMES PLAYED Linda Waggoner Retha Swindell Joy Williams Nell Fortner Kelsey Lang Earnesia Williams Celina Rodrigo Kathleen Nash Stacy Stephens Brittainey Raven Heather Schreiber Brooke McCarty 2014-Present GAMES STARTED Linda Waggoner [161 games] Stacy Stephens [134 games] Heather Schreiber [133 games] Annette Smith [131 games] , Andrea Lloyd [127 games] Cinietra Henderson [123 games] Earnesia Williams [135 games] Amie Smith [118 games] Brittainey Raven [133 games] Chassidy Fussell [120 games] Vicki Hall [117 games] S 84 Brooke McCarty [103 games] 2014-Present