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Angie Braziel and the Lady<br>Raiders prepare for a<br>three-game road swing.
 
Angie Braziel and the Lady
Raiders prepare for a
three-game road swing.
 

February 18, 1999

#11 Texas Tech (22-3, 11-2)
vs.
Nebraska (17-9, 6-7)

  • Date: Sunday, February 21, 1999
  • Tipoff: 2:00 p.m. CT
  • Site: Bob Devaney Sports Center (14,200)
  • Series: Tied, 2-2

    Lady Raiders Venture on Final Road Swing of the Regular Season
    After three consecutive home games, the 11th-ranked Lady Raiders once again hit the road for two more games.

    First stop - Lincoln, Nebraska to face the Cornhuskers in a Sunday afternoon clash. Texas Tech, winners of its last five of six games, sports a strong 8-3 road mark while Nebraska, once holder of the third-longest home winning streak in the nation, has been nearly perfect at home this season (11-1).

    Second stop - Colorado in Boulder on Wednesday, Feb. 24.

    Probable Starting Lineups

    Texas Tech Lady Raiders

    No.     Name               Yr.     Pos.     Ht.     GP/GS    PPG     RPG     APG
     3      Melinda Schmucker  Jr-2L    G       5-9     25/25    6.1     2.6     5.5
    33      Rene Hanebutt      Sr-3L    G       5-8     25/25   13.6     3.9     2.3
    23      Julie Lake         Sr-3L    G       5-8     20/17    8.7     2.9     2.3
    25      Keitha Dickerson   Jr-2L    F       6-0     25/25    8.9     7.4     2.6
    45      Angie Braziel      Sr-1L    P       6-3     25/25   21.0     8.7     1.9
    

    Nebraska Cornhuskers

    No.     Name               Yr.     Pos.     Ht.     GP/GS    PPG     RPG     APG
    21      Brooke Schwartz    Jr.      G       5-9     26/26   13.7     6.4     3.3
    32      Nicole Kubik       Jr.      G       5-10    26/26   18.8     3.8     6.3
    33      Charlie Rogers     Jr.      C       6-2     26/25    8.5     4.9     0.5
    15      Cori McDill        Sr.      F       6-1     26/24    5.8     4.0     1.0
    41      Candace Blackbird  Fr.      F       6-0     17/1     1.9     0.9     0.6
    

    Texas Tech Reserves

    No.     Name               Yr.     Pos.     Ht.     G/GS    PPG     RPG     APG
    10      Kristi Washington So-1L     G       5-10    21/0    3.8     1.6     0.9
    12      Cara Gibbs        Sr-3L     P       6-2     25/0    3.8     2.5     0.8
    15      Aleah Johnson     Jr-TR     F       6-1     18/0    5.5     3.8     0.7
    24      Katrisa O'Neal    So-1L     G       5-6     25/8    6.0     2.6     2.8
    32      Amber Tarr        Fr-HS     G       6-0     13/0    0.8     0.6     0.6
    34      Tanisha Ellison   Fr-HS     C       6-1     12/0    0.8     0.6     0.0
    52      Alison Cudnoski*  Fr-HS     C       6-2
    * out due to injury
    

    Lady Raider Head Coach Marsha Sharp
    One of the most respected and well-known coaches in Texas Tech history, head coach Marsha Sharp is 398-128 (.757) in her 17th year at the helm of the Lady Raiders. The 1998 Big 12 Coach of the Year, she has led the Lady Raiders to eight NCAA Tournament appearances, seven consecutive and five NCAA Sweet 16 appearances in six years, including the NCAA National Championship in 1993. While in the SWC, Coach Sharp and the Lady Raiders never finished below third, they won or shared the last five championships, and they captured three Post Season Classic titles. Sharp captured her 350th career victory during the 1997 NCAA Tournament when on March 16 Tech defeated Montana, 47-45, in Palo Alto, Calif. A 1974 graduate of Wayland Baptist University, Sharp was named National Coach of the Year in 1993 and 1994. She also reaped SWC Coach of the Year honors seven times, five consecutively. Sharp needs two victories to eclipse the 400 career-win mark.

    1998-99 Lady Raider Schedule/Results

    Date    Opponent                      Result/Game Time
    Nov. 15 Texas-Arlington               W, 71-47
    Nov. 17 Hampton cancelled
    Nov. 21 at #15 Old Dominion           L, 64-85
    Nov. 23 at SMU (FOX Sports)           W, 72-67
    Nov. 27 at Stanford                   W, 75-69
    Dec. 2  Texas-San Antonio             W, 96-39
    Gene Hackerman Rice Invitational - Houston, Texas
    Dec. 5  vs. Wisconsin                 W, 84-70
    Dec. 6  at Rice                       W, 79-57
    Dec. 9  TCU                           W, 82-62
      Ala Moana Hotel Paradise Classic - Honolulu, Hawaii 
    Dec. 21 vs.James Madison              W, 71-38
    Dec. 22 vs. Loyola Marymount          W, 82-59
    Dec. 23 at Hawaii                     W, 67-63
    Dec. 29 New Mexico                    W, 87-46
    Jan. 2  at Baylor* (FOX Sports)       W, 51-49
    Jan. 6  Oklahoma*                     W, 93-69
    Jan. 9  Kansas State* (FOX Sports)    W, 73-60
    Jan. 13 at Texas A&M* (FOX Sports)    W, 68-65
    Jan. 16 at Oklahoma State*            W, 79-68
    Jan. 20 #14 Iowa State*               W, 71-47
    Jan. 23 at Kansas* (FOX Sports)       L, 45-55
    Jan. 27 at Oklahoma*                  W, 89-87
    Jan. 30 Baylor*                       W, 65-48
    Feb. 6  at Texas* (Cox Channel 14)    L, 70-74
    Feb. 10 Texas A&M*                    W, 74-52
    Feb. 13 Missouri*                     W, 74-68
    Feb. 17 Oklahoma State*               W, 73-58
    Feb. 21 at Nebraska*                  2:00 p.m.
    Feb. 24 at Colorado*                  8:00 p.m. CT
    Feb. 27 Texas* (FOX Sports)           7:00 p.m.
    Big 12 Conference Tournament - Kansas City, Mo.
    March 2-6       TBD     TBA
    *Big 12 Game
    

    1998-99 Big 12 Standings (through 2/17/99)

                       Big 12          Overall
    Team             W-L     Pct.    W-L     Pct.
    Texas Tech      11-2    .846    22-3    .880
    Iowa State      10-3    .769    18-5    .783
    Kansas           9-4    .692    19-7    .731
    Texas            8-5    .615    14-9    .609
    Oklahoma         7-6    .538   13-10    .565
    Nebraska         6-7    .462    17-9    .654
    Colorado         6-7    .462   13-10    .565
    Kansas State     6-7    .462   13-10    .565
    Baylor           6-7    .462   14-11    .560
    Oklahoma State   4-9    .308   12-11    .522
    Missouri        3-10    .231   10-13    .435
    Texas A&M       2-11    .154    7-16    .304
    

    Wrap-Up of the TTU-Oklahoma State Game

    The Texas Tech Lady Raiders relied on one of the best inside-outside combinations in the country to defeat Oklahoma State, 73-58, Wednesday night at Lubbock Municipal Coliseum.

    Rene Hanebutt scored 17 of her 19 points in the game during the first half and Angie Braziel put in 18 of her game-high 30 points in thesecond half as Texas Tech kept the Cowgirls guessing.

    Braziel grabbed 10 rebounds in the game to post her eighth double-double of the season. For the Lady Raiders, a 35-32 edge in the rebound column marked the first time in seven games that the team has out-rebounded an opponent.

    Hanebutt hit five of eight shots from three-point range in the first half to help the Lady Raiders establish an 11-point margin at halftime.

    Jennifer Crow scored 16 points to lead the Cowgirls.

    About Nebraska
    In his second year at Nebraska, head coach Paul Sanderford and the Huskers enter Sunday's game with a 17-9 overall record, 6-7 in Big 12 play. Nebraska has lost two of its last three games, but holds an 11-1 home record this season.

    Junior guard Nicole Kubik poses as Tech's biggest threat, collecting a team-high 18.8 points (third in the Big 12) and dishing out a league-leading 6.3 assists per contest. Kubik also tops all Big 12 players in steals with 4.23 per game. Junior guard Brooke Schwartz is ranked 13th in rebound average with 6.4 boards per game.

    As a team, Nebraska shoots 43.5% from the field and slightly over 30 percent from three-point range (10th in the Big 12). Nebraska is third in the league in scoring offense (74.3 ppg) and fourth in scoring defense(64.0). The Cornhuskers sit atop the steals category, averaging 12.5 pergame. Nebraska is second to Texas Tech in turnover margin (+4.5).

    The Series Record...
    The young series history between Tech and Nebraska stands at 2-2. The most recent meeting took place on Feb. 25, 1998, in Lubbock as the Lady Raiders defeated the Cornhuskers, 87-62. The previous year, Tech lost the Nebraska in Lincoln by the score of 62-57. Each team has won their respective home games and lost their respective road games.

    Among the Best in the Nation...
    After opening the 1998-99 season with a preseason ranking of #12, the Lady Raiders have steadily climbed up in the polls since November.

    In the weeks following, Texas Tech spend time at #14, #15, #13, #12, #10, #8, #7, and as high as #6 before dropping to its current position of #11 in this week's Associated Press poll. In this week's USA Today/ESPN poll, Texas Tech is ranked #7.

    Marsha Sharp to be Inducted in Texas Hall of Fame...
    Texas Tech Lady Raiders' basketball head coach Marsha Sharp is one of seven women who will be inducted into the Texas Women's Hall of Fame March 4. Gov. George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush will present the awards during a ceremony at the Four Seasons Hotel.

    The Governor's Commission for Women created the Hall of Fame in 1984 to recognize women for outstanding achievements and contributions that impact Texans' lives. The awards are presented every two years.

    A Look Ahead ...
    The Lady Raiders head out on their final regular-season road tripwith a game at Colorado on Wednesday, Feb. 24. Tip-off is slated for 8:00p.m. (central time) before returning home to face Texas on Feb. 27 for the final regular-season game ever at the Lubbock Municipal Coliseum. A number of special events and activities are scheduled, including a reunion of past student-athletes who have worn the Lady Raider basketball uniform over the years.

    #11 Texas Tech Lady Raiders (22-3, 11-2 Big 12)
    No.     Name               Yr-Exp. Pos.     Ht.     Hometown (HS/Previous School)
    3       Melinda Schmucker  Jr-2L    G       5-9     Nazareth, Texas (Nazareth)
    10      Kristi Washington  So-1L    G       5-10    Garland, Texas(Lake Centennial)
    12      Cara Gibbs         Sr-3L    P       6-2     League City, Texas(Clear Creek)
    15      Aleah Johnson      Jr-TR    F       6-1     Carrollton, Texas (South Plains College/Newman Smith)
    23      Julie Lake         Sr-3L    G       5-9     Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville)
    24      Katrisa O'Neal     So-1L    G       5-6     Plainview, Texas(Plainview)
    25      Keitha Dickerson   Jr-2L    F       6-0     Elk City, Okla.(Elk City)
    32      Amber Tarr         Fr-HS    G       6-0     Ozona, Texas (Ozona)
    33      Rene Hanebutt      Sr-3L    G       5-8     Bowie, Texas (Bowie)
    34      Tanisha Ellison    Fr-HS    C       6-1     Alief, Texas (Elsik)
    45      Angie Braziel      Sr-1L    P       6-3     Odessa, Texas (South Plains College/Permian)
    52      Alison Cudnoski    Fr-HS    C       6-2     Lubbock, Texas(Monterey)
    

    Head Coach: Marsha Sharp, 17th season Assistant coaches: Linden Weese, Roger Reding, and Lance White Student Assistants: Trish Gleason, Shelly Stone, Melissa Maines, Elesha Walker Athletic Trainer: LesLee Taylor Student Athletic Trainer: Whitney Wolff

    Nebraska Cornhuskers (17-9, 6-7 Big 12)
    No.     Name                Yr      Pos.    Ht.     Hometown/Previous School
     3      Renee Saunders      Jr.     G       5-11    Omaha, Neb./Marian
     5      Jennifer Jaracz     Fr.     G       6-0     Crestwood, Ky./SouthOldham
    14      Karsen Muller       Fr.     G       5-6     Littleton,Colo./Arapahoe
    15      Cori McDill         Sr.     F       6-1     Gillete, Wyo./CampbellCounty
    20      Amanda Went         So.     G       5-9     Columbus, Neb./Columbus
    21      Brooke Schwartz     Jr.     G       5-9     Gering, Neb./Gering
    22      Jill Fosdick        So.     G       5-10    Lincoln, Neb./Pius X
    31      Monet Williams      Sr.     G       5-7     Brooklyn, N.Y./NortheastNebraska CC
    32      Nicole Kubik        Jr.     G       5-10    Cambridge, Neb./Cambridge
    33      Charlie Rogers      Jr.     C       6-2     South Sioux City, Neb./South Sioux City
    34      Naciska Gilmore     Jr.     F       6-0     Tulsa, Okla./Will Rogers
    40      Kate Benson         Sr.     F       6-0     Prairie Village,Kan./Shawnee Mission South
    41      Candace Blackbird   Fr.     G/F     6-0     South SiouxCity,Neb./South Sioux City
    44      Monique Whitfield   Jr.     F       6-1     Long Beach,Calif./Central Arizona CC
    54      Casey Leonhardt     Jr.     C       6-5     Downers Grove,Ill./University of Illinois
    55      Lisa Reitsma        Sr.     C       6-4     Sanborn, Iowa/WesternChristian
    

    Head Coach: Paul Sanderford, second season at Nebraska Assistant coaches: Brooke Meadows, Steve Curtis, Jeff Walz

    Texas Tech Tidbits...
    Head coach Marsha Sharp needs two victories to eclipse the 400-career win mark. During her previous 16 years as head coach at Tech, Sharp has averaged 23.5 wins per season.

    Senior guard Rene Hanebutt needs nine more three-point field goals to become Techs all-time three-point field goal shooter. She comes intoSundays game with 248 career three-point field goals. Noel Johnson tops the career leaders with 256 treys. She became Techs all-time career three-point field goal attempt player on Wednesday, ending the game with a career total of 608 attempts.

    Senior guard Julie Lake recorded her 400th career assist against Oklahoma State. She is currently fourth on Tech's all-time career list with 403 career assists. Junior guard Melinda Schmucker records 365 career assists going into Sunday's game, good for a tie for fourth place on Techs all-time career assist list.

    Senior post Angie Braziel tallied her eighth double-double of the season against the Cowgirls on Wednesday. It was also her second in Techs last three games. Over the last three games, Braziel has averaged 27.7 points and 9.7 rebounds per game.

    Texas Tech snapped a six-game streak Wednesday by outrebounding OSU. Prior to Wednesday, the Lady Raiders were outrebounded six consecutive games, posting a 4-2 record during that time.

    Senior post Angie Braziel has matched her 1997-98 season total for blocks (53). She is currently sixth on Techs all-time career list for blocked shots with 106.

    Through 25 games last season, the Lady Raiders posted a 21-4 record.

    Its been five games since junior forward Keitha Dickerson recorded double-digit scoring numbers,

    A Tale of the Tape Between Texas Tech and Nebraska

    Texas Tech  Category                   Nebraska
     .451       Field Goal Percentage       .435
     .402       Opponent Field Goal Pct     .388
     .376       Three-Point Field Goal Pct  .303
     .647       Free Throw Pct              .659
     37.7       Rebound Average             40.0
     +1.2       Rebound Margin              -0.2
     74.1       Points Per Game             74.3
     60.2       Points Allowed Per Game     64.5
    +13.9       Point Differential          +9.8
     15.0       Turnovers Per Game          19.3
     -6.3       Turnover Differential       -4.5
     10.8       Steals Per Game             12.5
      4.2       Blocks Per Game              3.9
     16.3       Fouls Per Game              22.7
    
    During the 1998-99 season, Texas Tech is ...
    19-3    When winning the opening tip
    16-1    When scoring the first points of the game
    13-0    When outrebounding its opponents
     9-3    When outrebounded by its opponents
            When rebounding is tied
    18-0    When leading at halftime
            When score is tied at halftime
     4-3    When trailing at halftime
     8-1    When scoring 40 or more points in the first half
    14-2    When scoring less than 40 points in the first half
    14-1    When scoring 40 or more points in the second half
     8-2    When scoring less than 40 points in the second half
    15-0    When shooting percentage is higher than opponents   
     5-3    When shooting percentage is lower than opponents
     2-0    When shooting percentage is tied with opponent
     5-0    When shooting 50% or better for the game
    16-2    When shooting under 50% for the game
    11-2    When forcing 20 or more turnovers
     3-1    When turning it over 20 or more times
    16-1    When turning it over less than 20 times
     2-0    When scoring 90 or more points
     5-0    When scoring 80-89 points
    11-1    When scoring 70-79 points
     4-2    When scoring less than 70 points
            When allowing 90 or more points
     1-1    When allowing 80-89 points
     1-1    When allowing 70-79 points
    20-1    When allowing less than 70 points
            Overtime games
    11-0    Play at home
     8-3    Play on the road
     3-0    Play at a neutral site
    12-0    Wear white uniforms
            Wear red uniforms
    10-3    Wear black uniforms
     5-2    Plays on television
    11-1    Plays a non-conference game
    17-3    Wins the game before
     3-0    Loses the game before
     5-0    Against WAC opponents
     3-1    Games in November   
     8-0    Games in December
     8-1    Games in January
     3-1    Games in February
            Games in March
     5-2    Day games
    17-1    Night games
     2-0    Sunday games
     2-0    Monday games
     2-0    Tuesday games
     9-0    Wednesday games
            Thursday games
     1-0    Friday games
     6-3    Saturday games
    
    Texas Tech and the Big 12 Stats (through 2/17/99)

    As a team, Texas Tech ranks overall ranking/Big 12 games

        scoring offense                    4th/4th
        scoring defense                    2nd/2nd
        scoring margin                     1st/2nd
        field goal percentage              3rd/3rd
        field goal percentage defense      6th/11th
        free throw percentage              9th/6th
        three-point field goal percentage  2nd/4th
        three-point field goals made       4th/4th
        three-point field goal defense     1st/6th
        rebounding offense               8th/T10th
        rebounding defense                 7th/7th
        rebounding margin                  8th/9th
        blocked shots                      1st/1st
        assists                            1st/1st
        steals                             3rd/2nd
        turnover margin                    1st/1st
        assist/turnover ratio              1st/1st
        offensive rebounds                T3rd/6th
        defensive rebounds              10th/T11th
        

    Notable individual stat leaders overall ranking/Big 12 games

    scoring                      Angie Braziel, 1st/1st Rene Hanebutt, 18th/15th
    rebounds                     Angie Braziel, 4th/3rd Keitha Dickerson, 8th/10th
    field goal pct.              Angie Braziel, 7th/4th
    free throw pct.              Rene Hanebutt, not listed/4th
    assists Melinda              Schmucker, T3rd/T3rd
    steals                       Katrisa O'Neal, 2nd/2nd
    blocked shots                Angie Braziel, 1st/1st
    three-point fg pct           Rene Hanebutt, 6th/9th
    three-point fg pct per game  Rene Hanebutt, 2nd/2nd
    offensive rebounds           Keitha Dickerson, T4th/T11th  Angie Braziel, 12th/10th
    defensive rebounds           Angie Braziel, 4th/3rd Keitha Dickerson, 9th/8th
    assist/turnover ratio        Melinda Schmucker, 1st/1st
        

    Texas Tech

    Points          34  Angie Braziel vs. TCU (12/9/98) 
    FG Made         15  Angie Braziel vs. TCU (12/9/98) 
    FG Attempts     24  Angie Braziel vs. TCU (12/9/98)/Oklahoma (1/27/99)  
    3FG Made         7  Rene Hanebutt vs. Oklahoma (1/6/99)  
    3FG Attempts    12  Rene Hanebutt vs. Oklahoma (1/6/99)  
    FT Made         15  Julie Lake vs. Baylor (1/30/99)  
    FT Attempts     16  Julie Lake vs. Baylor (1/30/99)  
    Rebounds        17  Angie Braziel at Texas A&M (1/13/99)     
    Assists         13  Melinda Schmucker vs.Loyola Marymount (12/22/98)    
    Blocked Shots    6  Angie Braziel vs. Hawaii (12/29/98) 
    Steals           9  Katrisa ONeal vs. Kansas State (1/9/99)     
    Minutes Played  40  Rene Hanebutt vs. Kansas State (1/9/99) 
    
    Between the Numbers

    Largest halftime lead: 33 vs. Texas-San Antonio, 12/2/98
    Largest halftime deficit: 12 at Oklahoma, 1/27/99
    Largest game lead: 57 vs. Texas-San Antonio, 12/2/98
    Largest deficit: 21 at Old Dominion, 11/21/98
    Largest winning: margin 57 vs. Texas-San Antonio, 12/2/98
    Largest losing margin: 21 at Old Dominion, 11/21/98
    Most consecutive points scored: 15 vs. Texas-Arlington, 11/15/98
    Most consecutive points allowed: 13 at SMU, 11/23/98
    Largest home crowd: 8,174 vs. Iowa State, 1/20/99 - Baylor, 1/30/99
    Largest road crowd: 10,659 at Texas, 2/6/99
    Largest neutral site crowd: 1,973 vs. James Madison, 12/21/98
    40-point games:
    30-point games: Braziel (3), Hanebutt (1)
    20-point games: Braziel (10), Hanebutt (3), Dickerson (1); Lake (1)
    10-rebound games: Braziel (8), Dickerson (5), Gibbs (1)
    Double-doubles (point/rebounds): Braziel (8), Dickerson (3), Gibbs (1)
    Games as leading scorer: Braziel (19); Hanebutt (4); Lake (2), Dickerson (1)
    Games as leading rebounder: Johnson (3); Braziel (17), Dickerson (8), Gibbs (1); Hanebutt (2); Schmucker (1)
    Games as assist leader: Schmucker (18); Hanebutt (3); ONeal (5); Lake (3); Washington (1); Dickerson (3)
    Technical fouls: Marsha Sharp (1)

    Lady Raider Career/Season Highs

    POINTS

    No. Player               Career                              1998-99 Season
     3  Melinda Schmucker:   19 vs. UCLA (11/29/96)              13 vs. Wis. (12/5/98)
    10  Kristi Washington:   12 vs. JMU (12/21/98)               12 vs. JMU (12/21/98)
    12  Cara Gibbs:          16 vs. Kansas (1/30/97)             10 vs. Oklahoma (1/6/99)/Baylor (1/30/99)
    15  Aleah Johnson :      14 vs. Texas-San Antonio (12/2/98)  14 vs. JMUn Antonio (12/2/98)
    23  Julie Lake:          28 vs. Rice (3/2/96)                21 vs. Baylor (1/30/99)
    24  Katrisa O'Neal:      14 vs.New Mexico (12/29/98)         14, twice
    25  Keitha Dickerson:    21 vs. Kansas State (1/9/99)        21 vs. Kansas State (1/9/99)
    32  Amber Tarr:           6 vs. New Mexico (12/29/98)        6 vs. New Mexico (12/29/98)
    33  Rene Hanebutt:       30 vs. Oklahoma (1/6/99)            30 vs. Oklahoma (1/6/99)
    34  Tanisha Ellison:      3 vs. Texas A&M (2/10/99)          3 vs. Texas A&M (2/10/99)
    45  Angie Braziel:       34 vs. TCU (12/9/98)                34 vs. TCU (12/9/98)
    52  Alison Cudnoski
    
    REBOUNDS
    No. Player               Career                          1998-99 Season
     3  Melinda Schmucker:   9 vs. Oklahoma State (1/28/98)  8 vs. Kansas (1/23/99)
    10  Kristi Washington:   5 vs. St. Francis (11/28/97)    4 vs. New Mexico (12/29/98)
    12  Cara Gibbs:          11 vs. Oklahoma (1/6/99)        11 vs. Oklahoma (1/6/99)
    15  Aleah Johnson:       9 vs. Old Dominion (11/21/98)   9, three times
    23  Julie Lake:          11 vs. Kent (11/24/95)          6 vs. SMU (11/23/98)/TCU (12/9/98)
    24  Katrisa O'Neal:      8 vs. Oklahoma (1/6/99)         8 vs. Oklahoma (1/6/99)
    25  Keitha Dickerson:    16 vs.Baylor (1/2/99)           16 vs.Baylor (1/2/99)
    32  Amber Tarr:          4 vs. New Mexico (12/29/98)     4 vs. New Mexico (12/29/98)
    33  Rene Hanebutt:       14 vs. SMU (12/29/97)           9 vs. JMUn Antonio (12/2/98)
    34  Tanisha Ellison:     2 vs. JMUn Antonio (12/2/98)    2 vs. JMUn Antonio (12/2/98)
    45  Angie Braziel:       17 vs. Texas A&M (1/13/99)      17 vs. Texas A&M (1/13/99)
    52  Alison Cudnoski
    
    ASSISTS, BLOCKS, or STEALS
    No. Player              Career                              1998-99 Season
     3  Melinda Schmucker:  17 assists vs. Grambling (3/13/98)  13 assists vs. Loyola Marymount (12/22/98)
    10  Kristi Washington:  4 steals vs. JMU (12/21/98)         4 assists vs. JMUn Antonio (12/2/98)
    12  Cara Gibbs:         3 blocks, twice                     3 assists vs. Old Dominion (11/21/98)
    15  Aleah Johnson:      4 assists vs. Stanford (11/27/98)   4 assists vs. Stanford (11/27/98)
    23  Julie Lake:         9 assists, twice                    3 assists three times
    24  Katrisa O'Neal:     9 steals vs. Kansas State (1/9/99)  8 assists vs. New Mexico (12/29/98)
    25  Keitha Dickerson:   6 assists vs. Texas A&M (1/13/99)   4 steals vs. Missouri (2/13/99)
    32  Amber Tarr:         2 assists vs. JMU (12/21/98)        2 assists, three times
    33  Rene Hanebutt:      10 assists vs. Texas (2/5/97)       6 assists vs. Kansas State (1/9/99)
    34  Tanisha Ellison:    3 blocks vs. JMUn Antonio (12/2/98) 3 blocks vs. JMUn Antonio (12/2/98)
    45  Angie Braziel:      6 blocks vs. New Mexico (12/29/98)  5 steals vs. Oklahoma State (2/17/99)
    52  Alison Cudnoski
    


     

     

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