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1 DIVISION I WOMEN S BASKETBALL RECORDS Individual Records 2 Individual Leaders 4 Annual Individual Champion 21 Team Records 24 Team Leaders 28 Annual Team Champions 33 Miscellaneous Team Leaders 38 Statistical Trends History 40 Division I Winningest Teams 41 Winning and Losing Streaks 45 National Polls 48

2 INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Official NCAA women s basketball records began with the season and are based on information submitted to the NCAA statistics service by institutions participating in the weekly statistics rankings. Official career records include players who played at least three seasons (in a fourseason career) or two (in a three-season career) in Division I during the era of official NCAA statistics. Assists were added in , and three-point field goals, blocked shots and steals were added in Scoring, rebounding, as sists, blocked shots and steals are ranked on total number and on per-game average; shooting, on percentage. In statistical rankings, the rounding of percentages and/or averages may indicate ties where none exists. In these cases, the numerical order of the rankings is accurate. SCORING Points Game 60 Cindy Brown, Long Beach St. vs. San Jose St., Feb. 16, 1987 (20 FGs, 20 FTs); Rachel Banham, Minnesota vs. Northwestern, Feb. 7, 2016 (19 FGs, 14 FTs) Season 1,109 Kelsey Plum, Washington, 2017 (379 FGs, 115 3FGs, 236 FTs, 35 games) Career 3,527 Kelsey Plum, Washington, (1,136 FGs, 343 3FGs, 912 FTs, 139 games) Average Per Game Season 33.6 Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi Val., 1989 (908 points in 27 games) Career 28.4 Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi Val., (3,122 in 110) Double-Figure Scoring Games Consecutive 136 Jantel Lavender, Ohio St., (every game of career) Career 149 Maya Moore, UConn, (154 games) FIELD GOALS Field Goals Game 27 Lorri Bauman, Drake vs. Missouri St., Jan. 6, 1984 (33 attempts, 82.0%) Season 402 Chiney Ogwumike, Stanford, 2014 (669 attempts, 60.1%) Career 1,259 Joyce Walker, LSU, (2,238 attempts, 56.8%) Consecutive Field Goals Game 17 Dorinda Lindstrom, Santa Clara vs. Fresno St., Nov. 30, 1986 Season 28 Myndee Kay Larsen, Southern Utah, 1998 (vs. four opponents) Field-Goal Attempts Game 50 Jasmine Nwajei, Wagner vs. St. Francis Brooklyn, Feb. 1, 2016 (19 made) Season 863 Lisa McMullen, Alabama St., 1991 (285 made) Career 2,496 Rachel Banham, Minnesota, (1,081 made) Field-Goal Percentage Game (Min. 14 made) 100.0% 8 tied. Best perfect games: Kelly Mago, Missouri St. vs. Bradley, Feb. 18, 1988 (16 of 16); Tinara Moore, Central Mich., Jan. 9, 2016 (16 of 16) Season 72.4% Myndee Kay Larsen, Southern Utah, 1998 (249 of 344) Career (Min. 400 made) 70.3% Tamika Williams, UConn, (560 of 797) THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS Three-Point Field Goals Game 12 Cornelia Gayden, LSU vs. Jackson St., Feb. 9, 1995 (15 attempts); Brittany Rayburn, Purdue vs. Minnesota, Jan. 12, 2012 (16 attempts) Season 129 Brianna Butler, Syracuse, 2016 (415 attempts) Career 398 Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, UConn, (890 attempts) Three-Point Field Goals Per Game Season 4.50 Lisa McMullen, Alabama St., 1991 (126 in 28 games) Career (Min. 150 made) 4.00 Lisa McMullen, Alabama St., (224 in 56 games) Consecutive Three-Point Field Goals Game 10 Katie Lou Samuelson, UConn vs. South Fla., March 6, 2017 (10 of 10) Season 14 Deana Lansing, Portland, 1996 (2 vs. Pepperdine, Feb. 10; 6 vs. San Diego, Feb. 15; 6 vs. San Francisco, Feb. 17); Lauren Howell, Mt. St. Mary s, 2008 [1 vs. Saint Francis (PA), Jan. 24; 3 vs. LIU Brooklyn, Jan. 26; 7 vs. Wagner, Jan. 28; 3 vs. Robert Morris, Feb. 2]; Kelsey Jacobson, FGCU, 2012 (6 vs. Alcorn, Dec. 30, 2011; 8 vs. Mercer, Jan. 2, 2012) Consecutive Games scoring a Three-Point Field Goal Season 36 Asia Durr, Louisville, 2017 Career 80 Heather Butler, UT Martin, from Jan. 19, 2011, to March 24, 2013 Three-Point Field-Goal Attempts Game 26 Lisa McMullen, Alabama St. vs. Alcorn, Jan. 14, 1991 (7 made); Danielle Viglione, Texas vs. Houston, Jan. 29, 1994 (11 made) Season 415 Brianna Butler, Syracuse, 2016 (129 made) Career 1,203 Brianna Butler, Syracuse, (373 made) Three-Point Field-Goal Attempts Per Game Season 13.9 Lisa McMullen, Alabama St., 1991 (390 in 28) Career (Min. 700 attempts) 9.21 Dawn Evans, James Madison, (1,151 in 125) Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage Game (Min. 7 made) 100.0% 31 tied. Best perfect game: Katie Lou Samuelson, UConn vs. South Fla., March 6, 2017 (10 of 10) Season 57.5% Heather Donlon, Fordham, 1990 (50 of 87) Career (Min. 150 made) 47.6% Alicia Ratay, Notre Dame, (262 of 550) FREE THROWS Free Throws Game 26 Kelsey Minato, Army vs. Holy Cross, Feb. 12, 2014 (26 attempts, 100.0%) Season 280 Larissa Lurken, Kent St., 2017 (333 attempts, 84.1%) Career 912 Kelsey Plum, Washington, (1,036 attempts, 88.0%) Individual Records 2

3 Consecutive Free Throws Game 26 Kelsey Minato, Army vs. Holy Cross, Feb. 12, 2014 (26 of 26) Season 70 Lauren Prochaska, Bowling Green, Nov. 15-Dec. 21, 2010 Career 70 Lauren Prochaska, Bowling Green, Nov. 15-Dec. 21, 2010 Free-Throw Attempts Game 31 Renee Daniels, Southeastern La. vs. New Orleans, Jan. 23, 1985 (19 made) Season 353 Kristy Ryan, Sacramento St., 1994 (245 made, 69.4%) Career 1,173 Valorie Whiteside, Appalachian St., (638 made) Free-Throw Percentage Game (Min. 18 made) 100.0% 16 tied. Best perfect game: Kelsey Minato, Army vs. Holy Cross, Feb. 12, 2014 (26 of 26) Season 96.4% Adrienne Squire, Penn St., 2006 (80 of 83) Career (Min. 250 made) 92.0% Jacqui Kalin, UNI, , 13 (484 of 526) REBOUNDS Rebounds Game 40 Deborah Temple, Delta St. vs. UAB, Feb. 14, 1983 Season 539 Courtney Paris, Oklahoma, 2006 (36 games, 15.0 per game) Career 2,034 Courtney Paris, Oklahoma, (137 games, 14.8 per game) Average Per Game Season 18.5 Rosina Pearson, Bethune-Cookman, 1985 (480 in 26 games) Career (Min. 800) 15.5 Wanda Ford, Drake, (1,815 in 117) ASSISTS Assists Game 23 Michelle Burden, Kent St. vs. Ball St., Feb. 6, 1991 Season 367 Courtney Vandersloot, Gonzaga, 2011 (36 games, 10.2 per game) Career 1,307 Suzie McConnell, Penn St., (128 games, 10.2 per game) Average Per Game Season 11.8 Suzie McConnell, Penn St., 1987 (355 in 30 games) Career (Min. 500) Neacole Hall, Alabama St., (869 in 84 games) BLOCKED SHOTS Blocked Shots Game 16 Sandora Irvin, TCU vs. UAB, Jan. 16, 2005 Season 223 Brittney Griner, Baylor, 2010 (35 games, 6.4 per game) Career 748 Brittney Griner, Baylor, (148 games) Average Per Game Season 6.4 Brittney Griner, Baylor, 2010 (223 blocks in 35 games) Career (Min. 200) 5.30 Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA), (663 in 125 games) STEALS Steals Game 14 Natalie White, Florida A&M vs. South Ala., Dec. 13, 1991; Heidi Caruso, Lafayette vs. Kansas St., Dec. 5, 1992; Stephanie Wine, Marshall vs. Western Caro., Jan. 23, 1995; Keisha Anderson, Wisconsin vs. Cleveland St., Feb. 11, 1997; Ticha Penicheiro, Old Dominion vs. Saint Francis (PA), March 13, 1998; Christy Gambill, UNCW vs. South Carolina St., Nov. 16, 1998; Jillian Ingram, Georgia Tech vs. Virginia Tech, Feb. 29, 2008 Season 191 Natalie White, Florida A&M, 1995 (30 games, 6.4 per game) Career 624 Natalie White, Florida A&M, (113 games, 5.5 per game) Average Per Game Season 6.4 Natalie White, Florida A&M, 1995 (191 in 30 games) Career (Min. 200) 5.52 Natalie White, Florida A&M, (624 in 113 games) Player with a Steal in Every Game of Career 111 Toccara Williams, Texas A&M, (also had an assist in every game) DOUBLE-DOUBLES Includes any combination of double figures in the following categories in a single game: scoring, rebounding, blocked shots, steals or assists. Double-doubles Season 33 Courtney Paris, Oklahoma, 2006, 2007 Career 128 Courtney Paris, Oklahoma, Consecutive Games With a Double-Double Season 33 Courtney Paris, Oklahoma, from Nov. 12, 2006, to March 25, 2007 Career 112 Courtney Paris, Oklahoma, from Dec. 5, 2005, to Jan. 31, 2009 Triple-doubles Season 6 Danielle Carson, Youngstown St., 1986 Career 7 Suzie McConnell, Penn St., ; Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA), Quadruple-doubles Season/Career 1 Veronica Pettry, Loyola Chicago vs. Detroit, March 4, 1989 (12 points, 10 rebounds, 22 assists, 11 steals); Ramona Jones, Lamar vs. Central Florida, Jan. 14, 1991 (10 points, 10 rebounds, 12 assists, 12 steals); Sonja Tate, Arkansas St. vs. Mississippi Val., Jan. 27, 1993 (29 points, 14 rebounds, 10 assists, 10 steals) Note: Jackie Spencer, Louisville, recorded an unofficial quadruple-double on Feb. 2, 1985, against Cincinnati (14 points, 12 rebounds, 14 assists, 10 steals). Assists were not considered an official NCAA Division I category until , and steals not until GAMES games played (since ) Season 40 Stefanie Dolson, UConn, 2014; Brittney Griner, Baylor, 2012; Bria Hartley, UConn, 2014; Moriah Jefferson, UConn, 2014; Jordan Madden, Baylor, 2012; Odyssey Sims, Baylor, 2012; Breanna Stewart, UConn, 2014 Individual Records 3

4 39 Natalie Achonwa, Notre Dame, 2011; Lindsay Allen, Notre Dame, 2015; Jayne Appel, Stanford, 2008; Kaneisha Atwater, FGCU, 2016; Ashley Battle, UConn, 2002; Candyce Bingham, Louisville, 2009; Sue Bird, UConn, 2002; Becca Bruszewski, Notre Dame, 2011; Madison Cable, Notre Dame, 2015; Swin Cash, UConn, 2002; Tamika Catchings, Tennessee, 1998; Tina Charles, UConn, 2009, 2010; Saniya Chong, UConn, 2014; Terran Condrey, Baylor, 2012; Maria Conlon, UConn, 2002; Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame, 2011, 2012; Lorin Dixon, UConn, 2009; Caroline Doty, UConn, 2010; Dytiesha Dunson, FGCU, 2016; Kyra Elzy, Tennessee, 1997; Kelly Faris, UConn, 2010, 2013; Teresa Geter, Tennessee, 1998; Rosalyn Gold- Onwude, Stanford, 2008; Taylor Gradinjan, FGCU, 2016; Kalana Greene, UConn, 2009, 2010; Stephanie Haas, FGCU, 2016; Kimetria Hayden, Baylor, 2012; Tiffany Hayes, UConn, 2009, 2010; Keshia Hines, Louisville, 2009; Chamique Holdsclaw, Tennessee, 1997, 1998; Moriah Jefferson, UConn, 2013, 2015; Kellie Jolly, Tennessee, 1998; Asjha Jones, UConn, 2002; Brynae Laxton, Tennessee, 1997; Jewell Loyd, Notre Dame, 2015; Michaela Mabrey, Notre Dame, 2015; Brittany Mallory, Notre Dame, 2012; Kayla McBride, Notre Dame, 2012; Angel McCoughtry, Louisville, 2009; Renee Montgomery, UConn, 2009; Jessica Moore, UConn, 2002; Maya Moore, UConn, 2009, 2010; Natalie Novosel, Notre Dame, 2011, 2012; Kia Nurse, UConn, 2015; Kayla Pedersen, Stanford, 2008; Devereaux Peters, Notre Dame, 2011, 2012; Jeanette Pohlen, Stanford, 2008; LaShonda Stephens, Tennessee, 1998; Breanna Stewart, UConn, 2015; Kiah Stokes, UConn, 2014, 2015; Diana Taurasi, UConn, 2002; Morgan Tuck, UConn, 2015; Kaila Turner, Notre Dame, 2011; Kathryn Westbeld, Notre Dame, 2015; Candice Wiggins, Stanford, 2008 Career 157 Kalana Greene, UConn, & &Received medical redshirt after eight games in 2008 season. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Scoring (since 1982) Pts. Player, Team vs. Opponent Date 60 Cindy Brown, Long Beach St. vs. San Jose St. Feb. 16, Rachel Banham, Minnesota vs. Northwestern Feb. 7, Lorri Bauman, Drake vs. Missouri St. Jan. 6, Kim Perrot, La.-Lafayette vs. Southeastern La. Feb. 5, Kelsey Plum, Washington vs. Utah Feb. 25, Jackie Stiles, Missouri St. vs. Evansville March 10, Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi Val. vs. Southern U. Feb. 13, Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi Val. vs. Alabama St. Feb. 25, Wanda Ford, Drake vs. Missouri St. Feb. 22, Mary Lowry, Baylor vs. Texas Feb. 16, Anjinea Hopson, Grambling vs. Jackson St. Feb. 21, Elena Delle Donne, Delaware vs. James Madison Feb. 18, Briana Williams, Mercer vs. USC Upstate Feb. 4, Chris Starr, Nevada vs. Sacramento St. Feb. 8, Felisha Edwards, La.-Monroe vs. Southern Miss. March 1, Sheryl Swoopes, Texas Tech vs. Texas March 13, Jasmine Nwajei, Wagner vs. Sacred Heart Jan. 24, 2016 Field-Goal Percentage (since 1982) (Minimum 14 field goals made) Pct. Player, Team vs. Opponent (FG-FGA) Date Kelly Mago, Missouri St. vs. Bradley (16-16) Feb. 18, Tinara Moore, Central Mich. vs. Akron (16-16) Jan. 9, Karen Walker, Cornell vs. Penn (15-15) March 3, Emma Jones, Ball St. vs. Indiana St. (14-14) Dec. 10, Tonya Grant, Saint Peter s vs. Loyola Maryland (14-14) Feb. 3, Myndee Kay Larsen, Southern Utah vs. Youngstown St. Jan. 10, 1998 (14-14) Gwen Jackson, Tennessee vs. P.R.-Mayaguez (14-14) Nov. 29, Dyana Pierre, Southern Ill. vs. Murray St. (14-14) Dec. 16, Chantelle Anderson, Vanderbilt vs. Portland St. (19-20) Dec. 23, Kayte Christensen, UC Santa Barbara vs. Arizona Jan. 14, 2002 (16-17) 94.1 Peyton Ferris, Montana St. vs. Weber St. (16-17) Feb. 25, Mary Raese, Idaho vs. Montana St. (15-16) March 10, DeLisha Milton, Florida vs. Boise St. (15-16) Dec. 21, Myndee Kay Larsen, Southern Utah vs. Western Ill. Feb. 14, 1998 (15-16) 93.8 Conswella Sparrow, Auburn vs. South Ala. (15-16) Feb. 17, Nia Marshall, Cornell vs. Binghamton (15-16) Dec. 30, Megan Gustafson, Iowa vs. South Dakota March 18, 2017 Three-Point Field Goals (since 1988) 3FG Player, Team vs. Opponent Date 12 Cornelia Gayden, LSU vs. Jackson St. Feb. 9, Brittany Rayburn, Purdue vs. Minnesota Jan. 12, Danielle Viglione, Texas vs. Houston Jan. 29, Melody Howard, Missouri St. vs. Drake Feb. 19, Vicki Adelman, Western Ill. vs. Southeast Mo. St. Jan. 11, Katrina Robinson, Chicago St. vs. Troy Jan. 23, Joy Gallagher, Wagner vs. Boston U. Dec. 30, Janae Stokes, South Fla. vs. Grambling Dec. 18, Morgan Eye, Missouri vs. Auburn Jan. 6, Kristi Kingma, Washington vs. Oregon Feb. 15, Keke Stewart, Middle Tenn. vs. North Texas Jan. 8, Abby Scott, New Mexico St. vs. Chicago St. Jan. 16, Nicole Rogers, IUPUI vs. Ind.-Kokomo Dec. 11, Kat Wright, Fla. Atlantic vs. Charlotte Jan. 30, Paige Gulledge, Mississippi Col. vs. Mississippi Val. Dec. 13, Kathy Halligan, Creighton vs. New Mexico St. Feb. 10, Sandi Bittler, Princeton vs. Dartmouth Feb. 23, Kim Kuhn, Niagara vs. Holy Cross Feb. 24, Brenda Hatchett, Lamar vs. UCF Feb. 9, Sheila Ethridge, Louisiana Tech vs. Tex.-Pan American Feb. 23, Amy Cherubini, Indiana vs. Ohio St. Feb. 21, Marlene Stollings, Ohio vs. Robert Morris Dec. 30, Maxann Reese, Michigan St. vs. Iowa Jan. 29, Jamie Lange, UMBC vs. LIU Brooklyn Feb. 22, Stacy Frese, Iowa St. vs. Drake Dec. 8, Jessica Wilhite, Milwaukee vs. Green Bay Jan. 20, Mari Sanchez, New Mexico St. vs. La.-Lafayette Feb. 23, Laurie Koehn, Kansas St. vs. Iowa Jan. 5, Nikki Reddick, Coastal Caro. vs. Winthrop Feb. 15, Jennifer Dooley, Cal Poly vs. UC Riverside Jan. 31, Stephanie Holbrook, Tennessee Tech vs. Eastern Ill. Jan. 6, Rachel Butler, Hampton vs. Brown Dec. 3, Michelle Augustavo, San Diego vs. Clemson Dec. 11, Kari Koch, Missouri St. vs. Oral Roberts Dec. 20, T.J. Jordan, Old Dominion vs. Northeastern Feb. 8, Heather Ezell, Iowa St. vs. Sacramento St. Nov. 18, Talisa Rhea, Oregon St. vs. Sacramento St. Nov. 16, Maya Moore, UConn vs. Syracuse Jan. 17, Diana Choibekova, Winthrop vs. Gardner-Webb Jan. 16, Tavelyn James, Eastern Mich. vs. Kent St. Feb. 11, Diana Choibekova, Winthrop vs. UNC Asheville March 2, Tori Rule, Providence vs. Georgetown March 8, Alyssa Frye, Col. of Charleston vs. Northeastern Jan. 19, Kyndal Clark, Drake vs. Loyola Chicago Jan. 24, KC Elkins, Wright St. vs. Valparaiso March 8, 2014 Individual Leaders 4

5 3FG Player, Team vs. Opponent Date 10 Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, UConn vs. UC Davis Nov. 14, Morgan Van Riper-Rose, Denver vs. Air Force Dec. 8, Melissa Dixon, Iowa vs. Drake Dec. 21, Stephanie Watts, North Carolina vs. Charleston So. Nov. 22, Natalie Romeo, Washington vs. California Jan. 27, Meghan Creighton, Drexel vs. UNCW Feb. 12, Katie Lou Samuelson, UConn vs. South Fla. March 6, 2017 Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (since 1988) (Minimum 7 three-point field goals made) Pct. Player, Team vs. Opponent (3FG-3FGA) Date Katie Lou Samuelson, UConn vs. South Fla. (10-10) March 6, Keri Farley, Cornell vs. Georgetown (9-9) Dec. 20, Kristi Brown, Middle Tenn. vs. Tennessee Tech (8-8) Feb. 15, Stacy Frese, Iowa St. vs. Nebraska (8-8) Jan. 28, Ashley Linscott, Wagner vs. LIU Brooklyn (8-8) Jan. 21, Raimee Beck, Air Force vs. N.C. Central (8-8) Dec. 5, Shawnita Garland, Cleveland St. vs. Detroit (8-8) Jan. 20, Bridget Whitfield, Saint Peter s vs. Siena (8-8) Feb. 22, Kendall Spray, UT Martin vs. Southeast Mo. St. (8-8) Feb. 18, Angie Evans, William & Mary vs. James Madison (7-7) Jan. 16, Jennifer Azzi, Stanford vs. Eastern Wash. (7-7) Dec. 29, Heather Donlon, Fordham vs. Holy Cross (7-7) Feb. 13, Jennifer Shasky, George Washington vs. Penn St. (7-7) Feb. 7, Meredith Eberspeacher, Rider vs. Wagner (7-7) Jan. 4, Megan Compain, Saint Joseph s vs. Rhode Island (7-7) Jan. 25, Stacy Frese, Iowa St. vs. Baylor (7-7) Feb. 24, Linda Cummings, Montana vs. Mont. St. Billings (7-7) Nov. 18, Alicia Ratay, Notre Dame vs. Rutgers (7-7) Feb. 19, Jenel Stevens, Canisius vs. Stetson (7-7) Nov. 22, Mandy Kappel, Drake vs. Indiana St. (7-7) March 1, Jenni Lingor, Missouri St. vs. Evansville (7-7) March 8, Alissa Kirby, Evansville vs. Bradley (7-7) Feb. 2, Toni Horvath, Iona vs. Siena (7-7) Feb. 4, Jamie Van Horne, Yale vs. Brown (7-7) Jan. 20, Lauren Howell, Mt. St. Mary s vs. Wagner (7-7) Jan. 28, Emily Spickler, Lamar vs. A&M-Corpus Christi (7-7) Jan. 21, Iwalani Rodrigues, Utah vs. Westminster (UT) (7-7) Dec. 6, Laura Murray, Davidson vs. Appalachian St. (7-7) Feb. 2, Ashlee Guay, CSUN vs. Cal Poly (7-7) Jan. 19, Terry Green, Seton Hall vs. DePaul (7-7) Jan. 28, Makenzi Morrison, BYU vs. Pepperdine (7-7) Jan. 10, Shana Mehta, Brown vs. Bryant (7-7) Dec. 6, Shelby Hickey, Sacred Heart vs. Robert Morris (7-7) Dec. 29, 2016 Free-Throw Percentage (since 1982) (Minimum 18 free throws made) Pct. Player, Team vs. Opponent (FT-FTA) Date Kelsey Minato, Army vs. Holy Cross (26-26) Feb. 12, Shanika Freeman, Jacksonville St. vs. Fla. Atlantic Feb. 6, 2003 (22-22) Kristeena Alexander, George Mason vs. UCF (20-20) Dec. 29, Liz Beggs, Kent St. vs. St. Bonaventure (20-20) Nov. 19, Leilani Mitchell, Idaho vs. UC Santa Barbara (20-20) Jan. 8, Shameka Jackson, Alabama St. vs. Hampton (19-19) Dec. 7, Chris Starr, Nevada vs. San Diego (18-18) Jan. 3, Holly Jones, Rice vs. UC Santa Barbara (18-18) Nov. 30, Beth Shearer, American vs. Lehigh (18-18) Dec. 28, Wendy Scholtens, Vanderbilt vs. Tennessee Tech (18-18) Jan. 11, Donna Abbott, West Virginia vs. Northern Ill. (18-18) Dec. 29, Kristina Behnfeldt, Marshall vs. Miami (OH) (18-18) Jan. 20, Corrin VonWald, Milwaukee vs. Valparaiso (18-18) Jan. 19, Mandy Morales, Montana vs. Santa Clara (18-18) Dec. 20, Jerica Coley, FIU vs. Florida (18-18) March 21, 2013 Pct. Player, Team vs. Opponent (FT-FTA) Date Jennifer Schlott, Utah St. vs. UC Santa Barbara (18-18) Dec. 19, 2013 Rebounds (since 1982) Reb. Player, Team vs. Opponent Date 40 Deborah Temple, Delta St. vs. UAB Feb. 14, Rosina Pearson, Bethune-Cookman vs. Fla. Memorial Nov. 16, Maureen Formico, Pepperdine vs. Loyola Marymount Feb. 15, Lachelle Lyles, Southeast Mo. St. vs. Tennessee St. Dec. 7, Darlene Beale, Howard vs. South Carolina St. Feb. 23, Anna Strickland, Houston Baptist vs. Lamar March 10, Cindy Bonaforte, Wagner vs. Queens (NY) Feb. 15, Wanda Ford, Drake vs. Eastern Ill. Feb. 16, Kayone Hankins, New Orleans vs. Nicholls St. Nov. 26, Jennifer Butler, Massachusetts vs. Florida Dec. 28, Chantel Osahor, Washington vs. Washington St. Jan. 22, Joy Kellogg, Oklahoma City vs. Okla. Christian Nov. 29, Joy Kellogg, Oklahoma City vs. UTEP Jan. 21, Gail Norris, Alabama St. vs. Texas Southern Feb. 28, Mimi Mungedi, Nevada vs. San Jose St. Feb. 7, Amanda Zahui B., Minnestoa vs. Iowa Feb. 17, 2015 Assists (since 1986) Ast. Player, Team vs. Opponent Date 23 Michelle Burden, Kent St. vs. Ball St. Feb. 6, Shawn Monday, Tennessee Tech vs. Morehead St. Feb. 1, Veronica Pettry, Loyola Chicago vs. Detroit March 4, Tine Freil, Pacific vs. Wichita St. Dec. 14, Amy Bauer, Wisconsin vs. Detroit Dec. 11, Neacole Hall, Alabama St. vs. Southern U. Jan. 21, Tine Freil, Pacific vs. Fresno St. March 8, Kim Skala, East Tenn. St. vs. Virginia Tech Jan. 20, Susan Lance, Chattanooga vs. Mercer Jan. 31, Anja Bordt, St. Mary s (CA) vs. Loyola Marymount Jan. 25, Mimi Harris, La Salle vs. Loyola Chicago Feb. 1, Gaynor O Donnell, East Carolina vs. UNC Asheville Dec. 13, Ira Fuquay, Alcorn vs. Grambling Feb. 8, Jade Hyett, Washington St. vs. California Jan. 23, La'Terrica Dobin, Northwestern St. vs. Idaho St. Dec. 7, 2002 Blocked Shots (since 1988) Blk. Player, Team vs. Opponent Date 16 Sandora Irvin, TCU vs. UAB Jan. 16, Amy Lundquist, Loyola Marymount vs. Western Ill. Dec. 20, Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) vs. Boise St. Dec. 12, Alyssa Shriver, Tulsa vs. Louisiana Tech Jan. 24, Brittney Griner, Baylor vs. Georgetown March 22, Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) vs. Pacific Dec. 5, Stefanie Kasperski, Oregon vs. Western Ky. Dec. 29, Suzanne Johnson, Monmouth vs. Delaware Dec. 13, Shannon Spriggs, Texas-Arlington vs. La.-Monroe Jan. 7, Shelly Johnson, Morehead St. vs. Samford Jan. 20, Marita Payne, Auburn vs. Arkansas Feb. 3, Ashley Sparkman, Northwestern St. vs. McNeese St. March 4, Kaetlyn Murdoch, Denver vs. Arkansas St. Jan. 7, Sabrina Jeridore, Iona vs. Pacific Nov. 15, Ugo Nwaigwe, Wagner vs. Fairleigh Dickinson Feb. 17, Josie Stockill, Colgate vs. Lafayette Dec. 22, 2015 Steals (since 1988) Stl. Player, Team vs. Opponent Date 14 Natalie White, Florida A&M vs. South Ala. Dec. 13, Heidi Caruso, Lafayette vs. Kansas St. Dec. 5, Stephanie Wine, Marshall vs. Western Caro. Jan. 23, Keisha Anderson, Wisconsin vs. Cleveland St. Feb. 11, Ticha Penicheiro, Old Dominion vs. Saint Francis (PA) March 13, 1998 Individual Leaders 5

6 Stl. Player, Team vs. Opponent Date 14 Christy Gambill, UNCW vs. South Carolina St. Nov. 16, Jillian Ingram, Georgia Tech vs. Virginia Tech Feb. 29, Valorie Whiteside, Appalachian St. vs. Col. of Charleston Jan. 9, Tammy Stover, Wright St. vs. UMES Jan. 20, Stacy Hunt, Cal St. Fullerton vs. San Jose St. Feb. 13, Ann Thomas, Tennessee St. vs. Monmouth Nov. 25, Kim Hill, Northwestern St. vs. La.-Monroe Jan. 11, Natalie White, Florida A&M vs. Bethune-Cookman Feb. 25, Neno Anguiano, Lamar vs. Centenary (LA) Dec. 8, Jernisha Cann, IUPUI vs. Gardner-Webb Nov. 24, Alice Coddington, Utah St. vs. Weber St. Dec. 21, 2009 SEASON RECORDS Points Player, Team Season G FG 3FG FT Pts. Kelsey Plum, Washington *1,109 Jackie Stiles, Missouri St ,062 Odyssey Sims, Baylor ,054 Cindy Brown, Long Beach St Jerica Coley, FIU Genia Miller, Cal St. Fullerton Chiney Ogwumike, Stanford * Kelsey Plum, Washington Sheryl Swoopes, Texas Tech Alysha Clark, Middle Tenn Amber Holt, Middle Tenn Brittney Griner, Baylor Elena Delle Donne, Delaware Andrea Congreaves, Mercer Wanda Ford, Drake Chamique Holdsclaw, Tennessee Rachel Banham, Minnesota Andrea Riley, Oklahoma St Barbara Kennedy, Clemson Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi Val LaTaunya Pollard, Long Beach St *Record. Scoring Average Player, Team Season G FG 3FG FT Pts. Avg. Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi *33.6 Val. Andrea Congreaves, Mercer Kelsey Plum, Washington *1, Deborah Temple, Delta St Andrea Congreaves, Mercer Wanda Ford, Drake Anucha Browne, Northwestern LeChandra LeDay, Grambling Jackie Stiles, Missouri St , Kim Perrot, La.-Lafayette Tina Hutchinson, San Diego St Jan Jensen, Drake Sandra Hodge, New Orleans Jerica Coley, FIU Genia Miller, Cal St. Fullerton Barbara Kennedy, Clemson LaTaunya Pollard, Long Beach St. Lisa McMullen, Alabama St * Jasmine Nwajei, Wagner Tresa Spaulding, BYU Hope Linthicum, Central Conn. St *Record. National leader. Field-Goal Percentage (Based on qualifiers for annual championship) Player, Team Season G FG FGA Pts. Myndee Kay Larsen, Southern *72.4 Utah Chantelle Anderson, Vanderbilt Deneka Knowles, Southeastern La Barbara Farris, Tulane Renay Adams, Tennessee Tech Carolyn Swords, Boston College Crystal Langhorne, Maryland Regina Days, Ga. Southern Kim Wood, Green Bay Kelly Lyons, Old Dominion Brionna Jones, Maryland Alisha Hill, Howard Ruth Riley, Notre Dame Trina Roberts, Ga. Southern Lidiya Varbanova, Boise St Lidiya Varbanova, Boise St Kalani Brown, Baylor Carolyn Swords, Boston College Napheesa Collier, UConn Diane Seng, Tennessee Tech LaFreda Deckard, North Texas Sharon McDowell, UNCW Lidiya Varbanova, Boise St *Record. National leader. Three-Point Field Goals (Based on qualifiers for annual championship) Player, Team Season G 3FG Brianna Butler, Syracuse *129 Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio St Lisa McMullen, Alabama St Sade Logan, Robert Morris Kiyanna Black, Ohio Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio St Taylor Lilley, Oregon Melissa Dixon, Iowa Laurie Koehn, Kansas St Tori Jankoska, Michigan St Chynna Bozeman, Morehead St Diana Choibekova, Winthrop Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, UConn Shrieka Evans, Grambling Brenda Hatchett, Lamar Rachel Banham, Minnesota Asia Durr, Louisville Katie Lou Samuelson, UConn Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, UConn Shoni Schimmel, Louisville Brittany Chambers, Kansas St Janae Stokes, South Fla Kyndal Clark, Drake Darby Maggard, Belmont *Record. National leader. Three-Point Field Goals Per Game (Based on qualifiers for annual championship) Player, Team Season G 3FG Avg. Lisa McMullen, Alabama St *4.50 Gwen Davis, Bethune-Cookman Autumn Hollyfield, Cal St. Fullerton Individual Leaders 6

7 Player, Team Season G 3FG Avg. Sandi Bittler, Princeton Shrieka Evans, Grambling Diana Choibekova, Winthrop Cornelia Gayden, LSU Danielle Viglione, Texas Shrieka Evans, Grambling Sade Logan, Robert Morris Kiyanna Black, Ohio Kathy Halligan, Creighton Lynette Pestel, Saint Louis Lynda Kukla, Valparaiso Rachel Banham, Minnesota Karen Middleton, South Carolina Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio St Tori Jankoska, Michigan St Marguerite Moran, Hofstra Suzie Dailer, St. Bonaventure Chynna Bozeman, Morehead St *Record. National leader. Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (Based on qualifiers for annual championship) Player, Team Season G 3FG 3FGA Pct. Heather Donlon, Fordham *57.5 Kathy Halligan, Creighton Alicia Ratay, Notre Dame Shatori Walker-Kimbrough, Maryland Jill Morton, Louisville K.C. Cowgill, Missouri St Sarah Lenschow, Valparaiso Erin Maher, Harvard Brittney Carfora, Columbia Cara Frey, Harvard Alicia Burke, Oklahoma St Jamie Siess, Oklahoma St Heather Prather, Middle Tenn Heather Prather, Middle Tenn Krista Treide, Wyoming Joy Galloway, Charleston So Marion Crandall, Eastern Mich Brigid Mulroy, Detroit Kim Gilchrist, Ole Miss Diane Starry, Evansville Julie Larsen, Utah *Record. National leader. Free-Throw Percentage (Based on qualifiers for annual championship) Player, Team Season G FT FTA Pct. Adrienne Squire, Penn St *96.4 Shanna Zolman, Tennessee Jacqui Kalin, UNI Kelsey Cruz, Fairleigh Dickinson Ginny Doyle, Richmond Maggie Lucas, Penn St Jill Marano, La Salle Nici Gilday, Santa Clara Sue Bird, UConn Paula Corder-King, Southeast Mo. St. Brianti Saunders, Stetson Bridget Carleton, Iowa St Abby Oliver, Richmond Kandi Brown, Morehead St Player, Team Season G FT FTA Pct. Linda Cyborski, Delaware Kandi Brown, Morehead St Emily London, Samford Andrea Hoover, Dayton Katie Kuklok, Utah Valley Kristin Iwanaga, California Lauren Prochaska, Bowling Green Kelsey Luna, Indiana St *Record. National leader. Rebounds Player, Team Season G Reb. Courtney Paris, Oklahoma *539 Vicky McIntyre, Oral Roberts Wanda Ford, Drake Lachelle Lyles, Southeast Mo. St Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Jillian Alleyne, Oregon Chantel Osahor, Washington Wanda Ford, Drake Anne Donovan, Old Dominion Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Darlene Jones, Mississippi Val Melanie Simpson, Oklahoma City Rosina Pearson, Bethune-Cookman Artemis Spanou, Robert Morris Sylvia Fowles, LSU Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi Val Cheryl Miller, Southern California Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Chiney Ogwumike, Stanford Darlene Beale, Howard Olivia Bradley, West Virginia *Record. National leader. Rebound Average Player, Team Ht. Season G Reb. Avg. Rosina Pearson, *18.5 Bethune-Cookman Wanda Ford, Drake Katie Beck, East Tenn. St DeShawne Blocker, East Tenn. St Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi Val Lachelle Lyles, Southeast Mo. St Wanda Ford, Drake Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi Val Jillian Alleyne, Oregon Joy Kellogg, Oklahoma City Deborah Mitchell, Mississippi Col Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Darlene Beale, Howard Cheryl Miller, Southern California Vicky McIntyre, Oral Roberts Darlene Jones, Mississippi Val Deborah Temple, Delta St Artemis Spanou, Robert Morris Valorie Whiteside, Appalachian St Tarcha Hollis, Grambling Chantel Osahor, Washington *Record. National leader. Assists Player, Team Season G Ast. Courtney Vandersloot, Gonzaga *367 Suzie McConnell, Penn St Individual Leaders 7

8 Player, Team Season G Ast. Suzie McConnell, Penn St Niya Johnson, Baylor Tine Freil, Pacific Courtney Vandersloot, Gonzaga Niya Johnson, Baylor Mimi Harris, La Salle Neacole Hall, Alabama St Neacole Hall, Alabama St Faith Mimnaugh, Loyola Chicago Andrea Nagy, FIU *Record. National leader. Assist Average Player, Team Season G Ast. Avg. Suzie McConnell, Penn St *355 *11.8 Faith Mimnaugh, Loyola Chicago Neacole Hall, Alabama St Tine Freil, Pacific Neacole Hall, Alabama St Gaynor O Donnell, East Carolina La Terrica Dobin, Northwestern St Suzie McConnell, Penn St Kim Skala, East Tenn. St *Record. National leader. Blocked Shots Player, Team Season G Blk. Brittney Griner, Baylor *223 Brittney Griner, Baylor Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) Brittney Griner, Baylor Brittany Pittman, Morehead St Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) Vicky McIntyre, Oral Roberts Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) Amie Williams, Jackson St Sophia Ederaine, San Diego Michelle Wilson, Texas Southern Alison Bales, Duke Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) Sandora Irvin, TCU Allyssa DeHaan, Michigan St Brittney Griner, Baylor Denise Hogue, Col. of Charleston Jennifer Hamson, BYU Kiah Stokes, UConn Genia Miller, Cal St. Fullerton *Record. National leader. Blocked-Shot Average Player, Team Season G Blk. Avg. Brittney Griner, Baylor *223 *6.4 Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) Brittany Pittman, Morehead St Michelle Wilson, Texas Southern Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) Denise Hogue, Col. of Charleston Amie Williams, Jackson St Brittney Griner, Baylor Suzanne Johnson, Monmouth Marita Payne, Auburn Chris Enger, San Diego Brooke McAfee, IUPUI Ashley Sparkman, Northwestern St Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) Player, Team Season G Blk. Avg. Trish Andrew, Michigan Janetta Johnson, Wisconsin Brooke McAfee, IUPUI Sophia Ederaine, San Diego Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) Vicky McIntyre, Oral Roberts *Record. National leader. Steals Player, Team Season G Stl. Natalie White, Florida A&M *191 Natalie White, Florida A&M Heidi Caruso, Lafayette Angel McCoughtry, Louisville Ticha Penicheiro, Old Dominion Ticha Penicheiro, Old Dominion Shelly Boston, Florida A&M Donna McGary, Mississippi Val Oberon Pitterson, Western Ill Heidi Caruso, Lafayette Debbie Black, Saint Joseph s Sherill Baker, Georgia Jocelyn Floyd, Duquesne Neacole Hall, Alabama St Angel McCoughtry, Louisville Colleen Cook, Youngstown St Heidi Caruso, Lafayette Kim Perrot, La.-Lafayette Natalie White, Florida A&M Nykesha Sales, UConn *Record. National leader. Steal Average Player, Team Season G Stl. Avg. Natalie White, Florida A&M *191 *6.4 Natalie White, Florida A&M Heidi Caruso, Lafayette Heidi Caruso, Lafayette Oberon Pitterson, Western Ill Shelly Boston, Florida A&M Alfreda Jefferson, Delaware St Donna McGary, Mississippi Val LeKeysha Johnson, Southern U Kim Perrot, La.-Lafayette Neacole Hall, Alabama St Alfreda Jefferson, Delaware St Tami Varnado, Alcorn Ticha Penicheiro, Old Dominion Oberon Pitterson, Western Ill Jocelyn Floyd, Duquesne Heidi Caruso, Lafayette Double-Doubles Player, Team Season 2B-2Bs Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Anne Donovan, Old Dominion Cheryl Taylor, Tennessee Tech Chantel Osahor, Washington Venus Lacy, Louisiana Tech Jillian Alleyne, Oregon Chiney Ogwumike, Stanford Alyssa Thomas, Maryland Individual Leaders 8

9 Player, Team Season 2B-2Bs Jillian Alleyne, Oregon Murriel Page, Florida Sylvia Fowles, LSU Chiney Ogwumike, Stanford Artemis Spanou, Robert Morris Vicky McIntyre, Oral Roberts Cheryl Miller, Southern California Venus Lacy, Louisiana Tech Rachael Hackbarth, Drake Chastity Gooch, Western Ky Artemis Spanou, Robert Morris Joy Adams, Iona Ruvanna Campbell, Ill.-Chicago Jessica Kuster, Rice Ebony Rowe, Middle Tennessee Consecutive Games with a Double-Double Player, Team Dates 2B-2Bs Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Nov. 12, 2006-March 25, Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Nov. 11, 2007-March 25, Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Dec. 5, 2005-March 25, Artemis Spanou, Robert Morris Nov. 28, 2012-March 4, Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Nov. 15, 2008-Jan. 31, Cheryl Miller, Southern California Nov. 28, 1984-Feb. 14, Jillian Alleyne, Oregon Nov. 25, 2013-Feb. 8, Joy Adams, Iona Dec. 21, 2013-Feb. 16, Tori Jarosz, Marist Jan. 3, 2016-Feb. 27, Jillian Alleyne, Oregon Jan. 11-March 5, Gail Koziara, Dartmouth Jan. 16-Feb. 28, Cheryl Taylor, Tennessee Tech Jan. 20-March, Rachael Hackbarth, Drake Jan. 12-March 3, Alexandra Williams, St. Francis (PA) Jan. 5-Feb. 23, Anne Donovan, Old Dominion Feb. 14-Apr. 1, Vicky McIntyre, Oral Roberts Jan. 29-March 26, Wilhelmina Smith, Southern Miss. Feb. 13-Dec. 3, Chris Moreland, Duke Jan. 25-March 22, Murriel Page, Florida Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Dec. 6, 2005-Jan. 22, Jernisha Cann, IUPUI Nov. 16, 2008-Jan. 5, Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Jan. 16-March 3, Kylie Kuhns, Sacramento St. Nov. 17-Dec. 31, Alyssa Thomas, Maryland Nov. 10, 2013-Jan. 5, Jillian Alleyne, Oregon Nov. 15, 2015-Jan. 4, Triple-Doubles Player, Team Class Season 3B-2Bs Danielle Carson, Youngstown St. Sr Nicole Powell, Stanford So Tasha Pointer, Rutgers Sr Chelsea Hopkins, San Diego St. Sr Alyssa Thomas, Maryland Sr Sabrina Ionescu, Oregon Fr Chris Moye, Tennessee Tech Sr Kim Rhock, Mt. St. Mary s Jr Andrea Kabwasa, New Mexico St. Sr Monica Gibbs, UTSA Sr Shalee Lehning, Kansas St. Sr Brittney Griner, Baylor Fr Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) Jr Victoria McGowan, Stetson Jr Samantha Logic, Iowa Jr For complete triple-double information, please reference the separate NCAA Women s Basketball Division I Triple-Double history section within the records book. Quadruple-Doubles Player, Team Date 4B-2Bs Veronica Pettry, Loyola Chicago March 4, (12 pts, 10 reb, 22 ast, 11 stl) Ramona Jones, Lamar Jan. 14, (10 pts, 10 reb, 10 ast, 12 stl) Sonja Tate, Arkansas St. (29 pts, 14 reb, 10 ast, 10 stl) Jan. 27, Note: Jackie Spencer, Louisville, recorded an unofficial quadruple-double on Feb. 2, 1985, against Cincinnati (14 points, 12 rebounds, 14 assists,10 steals). Assists were not considered an official NCAA Division I category until , and steals not until TOP SEASON PERFORMANCE BY CLASS Scoring Average Class Player, Team Season G FG 3FG FT Pts. Avg. Senior Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi Val. Junior Andrea Congreaves, Mercer Soph. Deborah Temple, Delta St. Fresh. Tina Hutchinson, San Diego St Field-Goal Percentage Class Player, Team Season G FG FGA Pct. Senior Myndee Kay Larsen, Southern Utah Junior Crystal Langhorne, Maryland Soph. Chantelle Anderson, Vanderbilt Fresh. Alisha Hill, Howard Three-Point Field Goals Per Game Class Player, Team Season G 3FG Avg. Senior Sandi Bittler, Princeton Junior Lisa McMullen, Alabama St Soph. Shrieka Evans, Grambling Fresh. Shrieka Evans, Grambling Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage Class Player, Team Season G 3FG 3FGA Pct. Senior Kathy Halligan, Creighton Junior Shatori Walker-Kimbrough, Maryland Soph. Alicia Ratay, Notre Dame Fresh. Heather Donlon, Fordham Free-Throw Percentage Class Player, Team Season G FT FTA Pct. Senior Jacqui Kalin, UNI Junior Paula Corder-King, Southeast Mo. St. Soph. Adrienne Squire, Penn St Fresh. Jennifer Howard, North Carolina St Rebound Average Class Player, Team Season G Reb. Avg. Senior Katie Beck, East Tenn. St Junior Rosina Pearson, Bethune-Cookman Soph. Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi Val Fresh. Valorie Whiteside, Appalachian St Individual Leaders 9

10 Assist Average Class Player, Team Season G Ast. Avg. Senior Faith Mimnaugh, Loyola Chicago Junior Suzie McConnell, Penn St Soph. Suzie McConnell, Penn St Fresh. Tine Freil, Pacific Blocked-Shot Average Class Player, Team Season G Blk. Avg. Senior Michelle Wilson, Texas Southern Junior Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) Soph. Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) Fresh. Brittney Griner, Baylor Steal Average Class Player, Team Season G Stl. Avg. Senior Natalie White, Florida A&M Junior Natalie White, Florida A&M Soph. Vanessa Hayden, Florida Fresh. Natalie White, Florida A&M TOP SEASON PERFORMANCES BY A FRESHMAN Points Player, Team Season G FG 3FG FT Pts. Tina Hutchinson, San Diego St Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio St Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Elena Delle Donne, Delaware Kevi Luper, Oral Roberts Scoring Average Player, Team Season G FG 3FG FT Pts. Avg. Tina Hutchinson, San Diego St Valorie Whiteside, Appalachian St. Elena Delle Donne, Delaware Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi Val. Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio St Field-Goal Percentage Player, Team Season G FG FGA Pct.. Alisha Hill, Howard Lidiya Varbanova, Boise St Diane Seng, Tennessee Tech LaFreda Deckard, North Texas Michelle Suman, San Diego St Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage Player, Team Season G 3FG 3FGA Pct.. Heather Donlon, Fordham Erin Maher, Harvard Heather Prather, Middle Tenn Kelly DeLong, Western Mich Michelle Nason, Western Ill Three-Point Field Goals Per Game Player, Team Season G 3FG Avg. Shrieka Evans, Grambling Player, Team Season G 3FG Avg. Danielle Viglione, Texas Tori Jankoska, Michigan St Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio St Laurie Koehn, Kansas St Kim MacMillan, LIU Brooklyn Free Throw Percentage Player, Team Season G FT FTA Pct.. Jennifer Howard, North Carolina St Lisa Furlin, Indiana Kandi Brown, Morehead St Jenni Kraft, Duke Christy Smith, Arkansas Jacqui Kalin, UNI Jordan Sykes, Fairleigh Dickinson Rebounds Player, Team Season G Reb. Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Ida Johnson, Delta St Valorie Whiteside, Appalachian St Natalie Butler, Georgetown Amanda Zahui B., Minnesota Rebound Average Player, Team Season G Reb. Avg. Valorie Whiteside, Appalachian St Angela Jenkins, Georgia St Courtney Paris, Oklahoma Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi Val Natalie Butler, Georgetown Assists (since 1985) Player, Team Season G Ast. Suzie McConnell, Penn St Tine Freil, Pacific Michelle Burden, Kent St Andrea Nagy, FIU Stephany Raines, Mercer Assist Average (since 1985) Player, Team Season G Ast. Avg. Tine Freil, Pacific Michelle Burden, Kent St Suzie McConnell, Penn St Stephany Raines, Mercer Andrea Nagy, FIU Blocked Shots (since 1988) Player, Team Season G Blk. Brittney Griner, Baylor Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) Allyssa DeHaan, Michigan St Amber Harris, Xavier Amber Porter, Stetson Alexa Hart, Ohio St Blocked-Shot Average (since 1988) Player, Team Season G Blk. Avg. Brittney Griner, Baylor Louella Tomlinson, St. Mary s (CA) Allyssa DeHaan, Michigan St Individual Leaders 10

11 Player, Team Season G Blk. Avg. Kathy Gilbert, Columbia Amber Harris, Xavier Steals (from 1988) Player, Team Season G Stl. Natalie White, Florida A&M Kevi Luper, Oral Roberts Stacy Coffey, Oklahoma St Chastadie Barrs, Lamar LaShaina Dickerson, Brooklyn Steal Average (from 1988) Player, Team Season G Stl. Avg. Natalie White, Florida A&M LaShaina Dickerson, Brooklyn Betsy Gilmore, Dartmouth Kevi Luper, Oral Roberts LeKeysha Johnson, Southern U CAREER RECORDS All career leaders include only those players who played at least three seasons (in a four-year career) or two (in a three-season career) in Division I during the era of official NCAA statistics, beginning with the season. The NCAA Statistics Department thanks Matt Turk for helping to extend this list to include all 2,000-point scorers. Last Player, Team Season G Pts. Kelsey Plum, Washington *3,527 Jackie Stiles, Missouri St ,393 Brittney Griner, Baylor ,283 Patricia Hoskins, Mississippi Val ,122 Lorri Bauman, Drake ,115 Jerica Coley, FIU ,107 Rachel Banham, Minnesota ,093 Elena Delle Donne, Delaware ,039 Maya Moore, UConn ,036 Chamique Holdsclaw, Tennessee ,025 Cheryl Miller, Southern California ,018 Cindy Blodgett, Maine ,005 LaToya Thomas, Mississippi St ,981 Valorie Whiteside, Appalachian St ,944 Kelly Mazzante, Penn St ,919 Joyce Walker, LSU ,906 Kevi Luper, Oral Roberts ,867 Alysha Clark, Belmont/Middle Tenn ,865 Heather Butler, UT Martin ,865 Sandra Hodge, New Orleans ,860 Andrea Riley, Oklahoma St ,835 Jantel Lavender, Ohio St ,818 Crystal Kelly, Western Ky ,803 Andrea Congreaves, Mercer ,796 Angel McCoughtry, Louisville ,779 Karen Pelphrey, Marshall ,746 Becky Hammon, Colorado St ,740 Chiney Ogwumike, Stanford ,737 Courtney Paris, Oklahoma ,729 Seimone Augustus, LSU ,702 Cindy Brown, Long Beach St ,696 Chandi Jones, Houston ,692 Alana Beard, Duke ,687 Kim Demmings, Wright St ,677 Breanna Stewart, UConn ,676 Dawn Evans, James Madison ,667 Player, Team Last Season G Pts. Carolyn Thompson, Texas Tech ,655 Sue Wicks, Rutgers ,655 Janet Harris, Georgia ,641 Wanda Ford, Drake ,636 Korie Hlede, Duquesne ,631 Candice Wiggins, Stanford ,629 Chantelle Anderson, Vanderbilt ,605 Wendy Scholtens, Vanderbilt ,602 Lisa Ingram, La.-Monroe ,601 Anita Maxwell, New Mexico St ,601 Gabriela Marginean, Drexel ,581 Damika Martinez, Iona ,581 Katie Smith, Ohio St ,578 Deborah Temple, Delta St./Ole Miss ,573 Jasmine Newsome, UT Martin ,566 Kelsey Minato, Army West Point ,556 Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio St.^ ,553 Lizzy Wendell, Drake ,551 Monica Wright, Virginia ,540 Annette Smith, Texas ,535 Lexi Rydalch, BYU ,535 Tracy Lis, Providence ,534 Odyssey Sims, Baylor ,533 Cheryl Taylor, Tennessee Tech ,526 Sarah Behn, Boston College ,523 Sugar Rodgers, Georgetown ,518 Albena Branzova, FIU ,515 Maggie Lucas, Penn St ,510 Kim Knuth, Toledo ,509 Brooke Armistead, Austin Peay ,508 Diana Vines, DePaul ,504 Lisa Foss, Northern Ill ,500 Nnemkadi Ogwumike, Stanford ,491 Tamika Whitmore, Memphis ,488 Sophia Young, Baylor ,480 Judy Mosley, Hawaii ,479 Cherie Nelson, Southern California ,474 Tavelyn James, Eastern Mich ,470 Patty Stoffey, Loyola Maryland ,467 Molly Creamer, Bucknell ,462 Ebony Rowe, Middle Tenn ,453 Cornelia Gayden, LSU ,451 Bridgette Gordon, Tennessee ,450 Caroline Mast, Ohio ,449 Rachele Fitz, Marist ,447 Shereesha Richards, Albany (NY) ,440 Nina Davis, Baylor ,433 Tan White, Mississippi St ,421 Janet Holt, Tennessee Tech ,420 Jeanine Radice, Fordham ,417 Genia Miller, Cal St. Fullerton ,415 Diana Caramanico, Pennsylvania ,415 Lisa Leslie, Southern California ,414 Sheila Tighe, Manhattan ,412 Shelly Pennefather, Villanova ,408 Tamara James, Miami (FL) ,406 Rachel Bouchard, Maine ,405 MaChelle Joseph, Purdue ,405 Karen Jennings, Nebraska ,405 Janice Lawrence, Louisiana Tech ,403 Jessica Dickson, South Fla ,402 Lorena Legarde, Portland ,393 Jamie Cassidy, Maine ,380 Regina Kirk, Chattanooga ,376 Karen Elsner, Richmond ,367 Cheryl Cook, Cincinnati ,367 Kym Hampton, Arizona St ,361 Individual Leaders 11

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