2014-15 SUN DEVIL WBB GAME NOTES

2014-15 SUN DEVIL WBB GAME NOTES
Game No. 22
2014-15 Schedule/Results (19-2, 8-1 Pac-12)
DAY & DATE
OPPONENT
FRI., NOV. 14 MIDDLE TENNESSEE
WED., NOV. 19 BAKERSFIELD
Tues., Nov. 25
SAT., DEC. 13
@ Miami
SMU
W, 77-42
UC DAVIS
W, 72-51
W, 89-44
ASU CLASSIC - DEC. 20-21
SAT., DEC. 20 Lehigh
SUN., DEC. 21 NORTHWESTERN
SUN., DEC. 28 YALE
NR/23 WASHINGTON*
WASHINGTON STATE*
W, 81-61
W, 88-75
W, 69-51
W, 62-48
W, 78-64
Thurs., Jan. 8 at Arizona*
W, 88-41
SAT., JAN. 10 ARIZONA*
W, 71-54
Fri., Jan. 16 at Cal*
Mon., Jan. 19 at No. 11 Stanford*
W, 67-52
W, 60-57
FRI., JAN. 23 OREGON*
SUN., JAN. 25 No. 9/8 OREGON STATE*
W, 70-58
L, 57-68
Fri., Jan. 30
Sun., Feb. 1 at Colorado*
at Utah*
W, 68-60
1 p.m. MT
FRI., FEB. 6 SUN., FEB. 8
STANFORD*
CAL*
8 p.m. MT
2 p.m. MT
Fri., Feb. 13 at Oregon State*
Sun., Feb. 15 at Oregon*
Fri., Feb. 20 at UCLA*
Sun., Feb. 22 at USC*
FRI., FEB. 27 UTAH*
SUN., MAR. 1 COLORADO*
at
Utah
W, 65-61
Tues., Dec. 16 at Illinois State
SAT., JAN. 3 MON., JAN. 5
(19-2, 8-1 Pac-12)
W, 83-54
@ Gulf Coast Showcase Tournament - Nov. 28-30 (Estero, Fla.)
Fri., Nov. 28
vs. Villanova W, 51-46
Sat., Nov. 29
vs. Green Bay
L, 57-63
Sun., Nov. 30 vs. Vanderbilt
W, 72-67
SAT., DEC. 6
No. 11/11 Arizona State
TIME/RESULT
W, 81-67
6 p.m. PT/7 p.m. MT
4:30 p.m. PT/5:30 p.m. MT
7 p.m. MT
3 p.m. PT/4 p.m. MT
6:30 p.m. MT
2 p.m. MT
Thurs., Mar. 5 - at Pac-12 Tournament (Seattle, Wash.)
TBA
Sun., Mar. 8
Home games (listed in BOLD CAPS) played at Wells Fargo Arena.
* - Pac-12 Game
(7-13, 1-8 Pac-12)
Sunday, February 1, 2015
1 p.m. MT • Huntsman Center • Salt Lake City, Utah
UP NEXT
The No. 11 Arizona State women’s basketball team begins the second half
of Pac-12 play on Sunday when it plays at Utah (1 p.m. MT).
The Sun Devils are in the opening weekend of a stretch that has them playing six of eight games on the road. Next week ASU will return home to face No.
12 Stanford and Cal before consecutive road trips to the state of Oregon (at
Oregon State & at Oregon) and Los Angeles (at UCLA & at USC).
ASU (19-2, 8-1 Pac-12) enters Sunday’s game tied for second in the
Pac-12 with Stanford (16-5, 8-1). ASU and Stanford both trail first-place and
seventh-ranked Oregon State (19-1, 9-0) by a game and lead fourth-place
Cal (15-5, 7-2) by one game and fifth-place Washington (16-5, 5-4) by three
games. After Sunday’s game, ASU will face the other three teams occupying
the top four spots in the Pac-12 in succession – vs. Stanford (Feb. 6), vs. Cal
(Feb. 8) and at Oregon State (Feb. 13).
Coming off their first loss since November 29, the Sun Devils were able to
get back to their winning ways with a 68-60 win at Colorado on Friday night.
Katie Hempen and Sophie Brunner scored 15 points each to pace ASU’s
attack. Brunner added 10 rebounds to record a double-double (her fourth of
the season) while Quinn Dornstauder came off the bench to score 11 points
for the Sun Devils, who shot 47 percent for the game. Dornstauder, who also
added seven rebounds and two blocks, Arnecia Hawkins (eight points) and
Colorado native Eliza Normen (four points) combined to give the Sun Devils 23
points off the bench.
In addition to maintaining its current place in the standings, a win vs. Utah on
Sunday would also give ASU its 20th win of the season, representing the 11th
time since 2001 that ASU has won 20 or more games in a season. It would
also be the fastest any ASU team has reached 20 wins (22 games). Both the
2006-07 and 2013-14 squads reached the mark after 23 games.
Utah (7-13, 1-8) captured its first Pac-12 win on Friday with a 62-48 win
over Arizona. Four of Utah’s losses in conference play have been by single
digits, including two by three points and another by five points in overtime.
LIVE STREAM/RADIO
Sunday’s game at Utah can be seen at http://pac-12.com/videos/universityutah.
The game can also be heard on NBC Sports Radio AM 1060 (coverage
begins at 12:30 p.m. Veteran broadcaster and the state of Arizona’s 2010
Broadcaster of the Year Jeff Munn is in his 11th season as the voice of ASU
women’s basketball.
SERIES NOTES VS. UTAH (UTAH LEADS 9-6)
• The Sun Devils swept the season series last year, winning 65-62 in Salt Lake
City and 60-40 in Tempe. Utah claimed both games in 2012-13 (66-46 in Salt
Lake City and and 54-46 in Tempe).
• The two schools split the series in 2011-12 with each team winning on its
home court – ASU 59-51 in Tempe and Utah 50-46 in Salt Lake City.
• Prior to the first meeting of the 2011-12 season, the last time the two teams
got together was in the second round of the 2006 NCAA Tournament (Tucson,
Ariz.) when the fifth-seeded Utes downed the fourth-seeded Sun Devils, 86-65.
SUN DEVIL
2014-15 SUN DEVIL WBB GAME NOTES
SUN DEVIL WBB 2014-15 QUICK FACTS
School Information
Location ..............................................................................Tempe, Ariz.
Founded .......................................................................................... 1885
Enrollment..................................................................................... 76,771
Nickname................................................................................Sun Devils
Colors.........................................................................Maroon and Gold
Conference...................................................................................Pac-12
Arena (Capacity)...................................Wells Fargo Arena (10,734)
President................................................................... Dr. Michael Crow
Vice President for University Athletics/Athletics Director..................Ray Anderson
Staff
Head Coach............................. Charli Turner Thorne (18th season)
Record at ASU (years)............................... 344-209 (18th season)
Career record (years)..................................384-249 (21st season)
Associate Head Coach......................Meg Sanders (12th season)
Associate Head Coach....................Amanda Levens (3rd season)
Assistant Coach...................................... Jackie Moore (3rd season)
Athletic Trainer.................................................................. Diana Padilla
Team Information
2013-14 Record........................................................................... 23-10
2013-14 Pac-12 Conference Record (Finish)............. 11-7 (t4th)
2014 Postseason........................................... NCAA Second Round
Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................................................9/3
Starters Returning/Lost................................................................... 3/2
Media Relations
Associate SID/Women’s Basketball Contact.....Steve Rodriguez
Office.............................................................................. 480-965-9780
Cell.................................................................................. 480-254-2489
E-Mail............................................................[email protected]
Fax...................................................................................480-965-5408
Press Row Phone......................................................... 480-965-7274
Website..........................................................www.TheSunDevils.com
Key Returners (2013-14 stats)
Promise Amukamara, 5-8, Sr. G (6.9 ppg, 1.6 apg, 1.6 spg*)
Kelsey Moos, 6-0, So., F (7.3 ppg, 6.6 rpg*, .497 FG pct.)
Sophie Brunner, 6-1, So., F (7.6 ppg, 6.4 rpg*, .497 FG pct.)
* - led team
Key Losses (2013-14 stats)
Deja Mann, 5-7, G (11.5 ppg*, 2.1 apg, .867 FT pct.*)
Adrianne Thomas, 5-9, G (8.3 ppg, 2.2 apg*, 1.3 spg)
Joy Burke 6-5, C (7.3 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 0.45 bpg)
* - led team
Newcomers
Peace Amukamara, 5-7, Jr., G
Ayanna Edwards, 6-4, Fr., C
Nicole Iademarco, 6-1, Fr.,G/F
Tia Kanoa, 5-8, Fr., G
Pronunciation Guide
Peace and Promise Amukamara – Ah-­mook-­ah-­mare-­ah
Sophie Brunner – Broon-­er
Quinn Dornstauder – Dorn-­staud-­er
Ayanna Edwards – Aye-­ana
Arnecia Hawkins – Are-­nee-­see-­ah
Nicole Iademarco – Eye-­duh-­marco
Isidora Purkovic – Purkovich
WHAT TO LOOK FOR
• Currently 19-2, 8-1 Pac-12, ASU is off to its best start & conference start in school history.
Previous best starts: 14-1 in 1982-83/best conference start: 5-0 in 2007-08.
• For the second time in as many seasons, the Sun Devils concluded the non-conference
portion of their schedule with an 11-1 record. ASU was joined by Oregon State (10-1) and
Washington (11-1) as the only other teams in the Pac-12 with one loss in non-conference
play.
• On Dec. 22 the Sun Devils made their first appearance of the season in the AP Top 25,
entering the poll at No. 25. They moved up to 22nd on Dec. 29, 18th on Jan. 5, 14th on Jan.
12, 13th on January 19 and now up to No. 11. ASU was ranked as high as No. 11 in the AP
poll last season. ASU’s highest ever ranking in the AP poll was No. 8 in 2007.
• ASU’s recent 14-game winning streak was its second longest in school history. Only the
2008-09 team won more games in succession (15). It represented the 21st time since
2001 that the Sun Devils have had a winning streak of five or more games.
• The Sun Devils have been ranked as high as No. 1 (Dec. 7) in this season’s NCAA RPI. As
of Jan. 31 they are No. 10.
• As of Jan. 30, ASU is fifth in the nation in 3-point FG percentage defense, 16th in FG
percentage, 17th in scoring margin and 22nd in 3-point FG percentage.
• The Sun Devils have won 25 of 27 home games going back to last season. ASU is outscoring its opponents by an average of +16.3 ppg at home this season (11-1).
• ASU has had the same starting lineup in every game this season: G Elisha Davis, G Katie
Hempen, G Promise Amukamara, F Kelsey Moos and F Sophie Brunner.
• ASU is giving up 9.1 fewer points after 21 games this season (56.4) compared to last
season (65.5).
• ASU has had 15 or fewer turnovers 12 times this season, including a season-low eight vs.
Oregon (Jan. 23).
• ASU has held the opposition to 25 or fewer points in a half 15 times this season, including 13 in the first half vs. Washington (Jan. 3), which came into the game averaging 83.2
ppg. It has also held the opposition to 25 percent or less from 3-point range in 11 of its 21
contests. Only four opponents – Northwestern (5 - Dec. 21), Washington State (4 - Jan. 5),
Oregon State (7 - Jan. 25) and Colorado (5 - Jan. 30) – have connected on more than three
triples in a game this season.
• ASU has outrebounded all but three opponents (at Miami, vs. Vanderbilt, vs. Oregon
State).
• Nine different Sun Devils have scored in double figures this season. Of those nine, six have
posted double-digits in scoring multiple times. Leading the way is Katie Hempen, who has
scored in double figures 16 times. Also scoring in double figures have been Sophie Brunner
(14x), Promise Amukamara (13x), Elisha Davis (9x), Kelsey Moos (7x), Quinn Dornstauder
(7x), Peace Amukamara (1x), Arnecia Hawkins (1x) and Eliza Normen (1x).
• The team leader in steals (2.0 spg) and top rebounding guard on the team (3.8 rpg),
Promise Amukamara was ASU’s leading scorer during its recent 14-game winning streak
(13.1 ppg).
• Sophie Brunner has scored 20 or more points four times this season, including a careerbest 26 points in ASU’s win vs. Arizona (Jan. 10). Also ASU’s leading rebounder (7.3 rpg),
Brunner was named the Pac-12 Player of the Week on Jan. 12.
• Elisha Davis has had five or most assists 13 times, including a career-high 11 at Illinois
State (Dec. 16). Equally important is she has had 12 games with two or fewer turnovers – 2
(5x), 1 (3x), 0 (4x).
• Katie Hempen, who has knocked down three or more 3-pointers nine times this season,
has scored in double figures 12 times in ASU’s last 15 games. Against Oregon State (Jan.
25), Hempen poured in a career-high 22 points and also knocked down a career-best six 3s.
• Kelsey Moos has had seven or more rebounds 10 times this season, including eight times
in ASU’s last 13 games.
• Quinn Dornstauder currently leads the Sun Devil bench in both scoring (7.4 ppg) and
rebounding (5.2 rpg) while shooting 55 percent from the floor. Dornstauder has scored in
double figures in seven of ASU’s last 14 games, including a career-best 19 points at Illinois
State (Dec. 16). She posted her first career double-double (11 points, 11 rebounds) vs.
Yale (Dec. 28).
• ASU’s win over Vanderbilt on Nov. 30 represented its third contest this season to be
decided by five or fewer points. On Nov. 25 ASU overcame an eight-point deficit in the
second half to win at Miami, 65-61. The Sun Devils then used an 11-0 run in the last 2:38
to knock off Villanova (Nov. 28). Last season the Sun Devils were 12-1 in games decided by
five points or less and/or overtime.
• The Sun Devils have come back to win two games this season in which they were facing a
double-digit deficit – at Miami - 10 points and vs. Vanderbilt - 11 points.
• The Sun Devils were picked to finish seventh in the Pac-12 by the coaches and sixth by the
media. Last season the Sun Devils were picked to finish 10th in the Pac-12 by the coaches
and ninth by the media. They would go on to finish fourth in the league, were ranked as
high as No. 11 in the AP poll and would advance to the second round of the 2014 NCAA
Tournament, their 14th postseason appearance in 15 seasons.
SUN DEVIL
2014-15 SUN DEVIL WBB GAME NOTES
TURNER THORNE GUIDES SUN DEVIL WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TO ELITE STATUS
The all-time winningest coach in program history and No. 2 in the Pac-12 in
career wins (344), Charli Turner Thorne has turned Sun Devil women’s basketball
into one of the nation’s premiere programs since taking over in 1996-97. Included
in ASU’s earlier run of 13 consecutive postseason appearances (2000-12) were
a school record five-consecutive NCAA Tournament bids from 2005-09. During
that time the Sun Devils qualified for the Elite Eight on a pair of occasions, making
ASU one of only 15 programs in the country to have qualified for the Elite Eight at
least two times between 2007-12.
In 2013-14, Turner Thorne helped the Sun Devils post one of the best turnarounds in the country as they went from a 13-18 record and a ninth-place Pac-12
finish (5-13) the previous season to a 23-10 record and fourth-place Pac-12 finish
(11-7). Included among ASU’s 23 wins last season were three triumphs over Top
25 teams.
On Jan. 25, 2013, Turner Thorne became the third Pac-12 coach to reach 300
victories following ASU’s 60-53 win over USC, a game in which ASU came back
from 16 down in the second half.
A closer look at Turner Thorne’s path to 300 puts into perspective the incredible 180-degree turnaround Sun Devil women’s basketball has undergone since
she came to ASU. To reach 150 wins it took Turner Thorne 272 games (150-122
- .551) as she rebuilt a program that had an aggregate record of 20-60 in the
three years prior to her arrival and only two NCAA Tournament wins in its history. It
would take her 215 games to get 150 more wins. Since picking up her 150th win
at ASU, Turner Thorne is 194-87 (.690). Included in those wins are nine of Turner
Thorne’s 12 NCAA Tournament victories.
Last season, Turner Thorne led the Sun Devils to the NCAA Tournament for the
ninth time in her ASU tenure. Among schools that qualified for the 2014 NCAA
Tournament, ASU’s nine NCAA bids since 2000 are the second-most in the West.
MOST WINS AS PAC-12 HEAD COACH*
Coach
Record
Tara VanDerveer, Stanford
791-161
Charli Turner Thorne, Arizona State
344-209
Chris Gobrecht, Washington/USC
312-191
*As of January 31, 2015
MOST NCAA TOURNEY BIDS IN THE WEST
SINCE 2000*
School
No.
Stanford
15
Arizona State
9
BYU
7
Cal
7
Fresno State
7
Gonzaga
7
*Among teams that qualified for 2014 NCAA Tournament
SUN DEVIL WBB AMONG NATION’S BEST IN THE CLASSROOM
In addition to the success it has enjoyed on the court over the years, the Sun Devil women’s basketball program has been equally brilliant in the
classroom where it has earned national recognition for its academic achievements. While the team’s current success on the court is receiving the
most attention, the program learned in December of another great accomplishment that it is just as proud of as it concluded the fall semester with
a cumulative team GPA of 3.47.
Just like the continued success they are experiencing on the court, the Sun Devils have not skipped a beat when it comes to hitting the books.
Last season the Sun Devil women’s basketball team was among the top 25 women’s basketball programs listed on the Women’s Basketball
Coaches Association’s (WBCA) 2014 Academic Honor Roll.
ASU’s combined team GPA of 3.412 in 2013-14 was No. 21 among NCAA Division I institutions. In addition, ASU was one of only three teams
(DePaul and Florida Gulf Coast) among the WBCA’s top 25 that also participated in the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
But it doesn’t stop there. Last March it was revealed that the Sun Devils had the highest combined number (3) of first- (1 - Joy Burke) and
second-team (2 - Elisha Davis and Deja Mann) honorees represented on the Pac-12’s All-Academic Team. Also earning Pac-12 honorable mention
recognition were Promise Amukamara, Katie Hempen and Eliza Normen.
Since the 1996-97 season, head coach Charli Turner Thorne’s first season at ASU, the Sun Devils lead the Pac-12 in the number of first-team
All-Academic conference awards (15) and the combined number of first- and second-team All-Academic conference awards (34).
SUN DEVIL WBB HONORS ALL-TIME GREAT KYM HAMPTON
Kym Hampton, a member of the Sun Devil Sports Hall of Fame who was ASU’s first All-American in women’s basketball and who went on to
star professionally – both internationally and in the WNBA – hade her No. 32 jersey honored and displayed from the rafters of Wells Fargo Arena
at halftime of ASU’s game vs. SMU on Dec. 6.
One of the most decorated players to ever wear a Sun Devil jersey, Hampton (1981-84) is ASU’s all-time career leader (men’s or women’s
basketball) in scoring (2,361 points) and rebounds (1,415).
Hampton was the first ASU women’s basketball player to earn all-America honors (1981-1982). In addition to the aforementioned career scoring and rebounding records, Hampton set several other records, many of which still stand today, including: most career blocks (178), most points
(683) and rebounds (413) in a season and most points (44), rebounds (28) and field goals (19 - tied) in a single game.
Hampton’s play helped lead ASU to a four-year record of 76-34, including a pair of NCAA Sweet 16 appearances. She led ASU to its first
postseason appearance in 1981 as the Sun Devils advanced to the championship game of the National Women’s Invitation Tournament. Hampton’s 23 points enabled ASU to upset top-seeded Tennessee Tech 85-76 in the opening round. The following season, Hampton scored 31 points
to pace the Sun Devils as they defeated Georgia 97-77 in their first ever NCAA Tournament game, which was played in Tempe. In 1983, Hampton
tallied a double-double against Utah to help lead the Sun Devils back to the Sweet 16.
Hampton concluded her remarkable Sun Devil career in being named the 1984 Sun Angel Athlete of the Year, an award which honored academic and athletic excellence.
Following her ASU career, Hampton took her talents to the international stage where she excelled for more than 12 years, helping her teams
win four championships along the way. She reached the pinnacle of women’s professional basketball in 1997 when she was chosen by the New
York Liberty in the first round of the WNBA Elite Draft. Hampton started every game during the franchise’s first three seasons, which included a
pair of WNBA runner-up appearances. She averaged 9.3 points and 5.8 rebounds in her three years with the Liberty. She forever etched her spot
in team history by scoring the franchise’s first ever basket in 1997.
Hampton joins Ryneldi Becenti as the only Sun Devil women’s basketball players to have their jerseys hung from the rafters of Wells Fargo
Arena.
SUN DEVIL
2014-15 Arizona State University Women’s Basketball Rosters
Numerical
No.
Name
Pos.
Ht.
Yr./Exp.
G
5-9
RS-Jr./1V*
Arnecia Hawkins
G
5-10
Jr./2V
Mesa, Ariz./Mountain View
Nicole Iademarco
G/F
6-1
Fr./HS
The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands
Tia Kanoa^
G
5-8
Fr./HS
Honolulu, Hawaii/Kamehameha
Promise Amukamara
G
5-8
Sr./3V
Glendale, Ariz./Apollo
11
Peace Amukamara
G
5-7
Jr./TR
Goodyear, Ariz./Millennium/Mesa CC
20
Isidora Purkovic
G
5-11
Jr./2V
Calgary, Alberta, Canada/Western Canada
21
Sophie Brunner
F
6-1
So./1V
Freeport, Ill./Aquin
22
Quinn Dornstauder
C
6-4
So./1V
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada/LeBoldus
23
Elisha Davis
G
5-3
Jr./2V
Oakland, Calif./Berkeley
24
Kelsey Moos
F
6-0
So./1V
Edwall, Wash./Reardan
34
Ayanna Edwards
C
6-4
Fr./HS
Sacramento, Calif./Sacramento
43
Eliza Normen
G/F
6-0
RS-Jr./2V*
0
Katie Hempen
1
2
5
10
Hometown/High School/Last School
Highland, Ill./Highland/SIUE
Louisville, Colo./Monarch
* - Has used redshirt season: Hempen in 2012-13 (transfer), Normen in 2011-12 (medical)
^ - Out for 2014-15 season (played in two games before injury)
Alphabetical
No.
Name
Pos.
Ht.
Yr./Exp.
Hometown/High School/Last School
11
Peace Amukamara
G
5-7
Jr./TR
Goodyear, Ariz./Millennium/Mesa CC
10
Promise Amukamara
G
5-8
Sr./3V
Glendale, Ariz./Apollo
21
Sophie Brunner
F
6-1
So./1V
Freeport, Ill./Aquin
23
Elisha Davis
G
5-3
Jr./2V
Oakland, Calif./Berkeley
22
Quinn Dornstauder
C
6-4
So./1V
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada/LeBoldus
34
Ayanna Edwards
C
6-4
Fr./HS
Sacramento, Calif./Sacramento
1
Arnecia Hawkins
G
5-10
Jr./2V
Mesa, Ariz./Mountain View
0
Katie Hempen
G
5-9
RS-Jr./1V*
2
Nicole Iademarco
G/F
6-1
Fr./HS
The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands
5
Tia Kanoa^
G
5-8
Fr./HS
Honolulu, Hawaii/Kamehameha
24
Kelsey Moos
F
6-0
So./1V
Edwall, Wash./Reardan
43
Eliza Normen
G/F
6-0
RS-Jr./2V*
20
Isidora Purkovic
G
5-11
Jr./2V
Highland, Ill./Highland/SIUE
Louisville, Colo./Monarch
Calgary, Alberta, Canada/Western Canada
* - Has used redshirt season: Hempen in 2012-13 (transfer), Normen in 2011-12 (medical)
^ - Out for 2014-15 season (played in two games before injury)
Head Coach: Charli Turner Thorne (18th season)
Associate Head Coaches: Meg Sanders (12th season) and Amanda Levens (3rd season)
Assistant Coach: Jackie Moore (3rd season)
HEAD COACH CHARLI TURNER THORNE
• The winningest coach in Sun Devil women’s basketball history and No. 2 in the Pac-12 in
most career wins (344), Charli Turner Thorne is at the helm of an Arizona State program that
has made it to the postseason 14 of the last 15 years, including a school record five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (2005-09), two Elite Eight appearances in addition to
an additional Round of 16 finish. ASU’s nine NCAA Tournament appearances under Turner
Thorne are six more than what ASU had in the 15 years prior to her arrival in Tempe. Has
also earned a pair of gold medals with USA Basketball.
• The 2014-15 season is Turner Thorne’s 18th at ASU. Before the midpoint of the season she
added another achievement to her lengthy list of accomplishments at ASU as she led the Sun
Devils to their best start in school history (18-1 - previous best start was 14-1 in 1982-83).
• In 2013-14, ASU recorded its 10th 20-win season (23) and its ninth NCAA Tournament
berth since 2000-01. The Sun Devils advanced to the second round of the Tournament, the
seventh time under Turner Thorne the Sun Devils have been among the final 32 teams or
better.
• Earned her 300th win as ASU’s head coach following the Sun Devils’ come-from-behind
60-53 win at USC on Jan. 25, 2013. Turner Thorne joined current Stanford coach Tara
Vanderveer and former Washington/USC head coach Chris Gobrecht as the only other
coaches to earn at least 300 wins while coaching in the Pac-10/12. ASU’s 63-60 triumph over
No. 20 Syracuse on Dec. 30, 2013 was the 313th win at ASU for Turner Thorne, moving her
into the No. 2 spot on the Pac-12’s all-time wins list.
• In 2011 led ASU to its sixth NCAA Tournament appearance in seven years and a third-place
finish in the Pac-10, ASU’s ninth top-3 conference finish in 11 seasons.
• In 2009 guided the Sun Devils to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament for the second
time in three seasons. ASU’s final 26-9 record in 2008-09 included a school record 15-game
winning streak.
• Since 2005-06, ASU has led the Pac-12 in the number of conference first-team all-academic
awards and the combined number of first- and second-team all-academic awards.
• Is one of three coaches (former Washington head coach Chris Gobrecht and current Stanford head coach Tara VanDerveer) in Pac-10/12 history (since the
1986-87 season) to have led their respective schools to five (or more) consecutive 20-win seasons.
• In 2006-07 guided the Sun Devils to a school record 31 wins, including a school record 16 Pac-10 wins, and led them to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history. ASU concluded the 2006-07 season ranked No. 8 in the final USA Today/ESPN coaches poll and No. 10 in the final Associated Press poll, their highest FINAL rankings in each of the respective polls in school history.
• In 2005-06 led ASU to a 25-7 record. During the second half of that season led ASU on a (then) school record 10-game winning streak after leading the Sun
Devils to a school record-tying nine-game winning streak earlier in the season (also led ASU to its first Top 10 ranking in 22 years).
• In 2004-05 directed ASU to a 24-10 overall record and its first NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance in 22 years.
• Led her 2001-02 team to a 25-9 record, which at the time had tied the single-season school record for most wins.
• Guided ASU to a share of the Pac-10 title in 2001 and the inaugural Pac-10 Tournament title in 2002, the first league championships in school history.
• Started her head coaching career at Northern Arizona where she spent three seasons (40-40 record from 1992/93 - 1995/96) and led NAU to consecutive winning seasons in 1994-95 and 1995-96, the first coach in school history to accomplish that feat.
• As a player, lettered four years at Stanford where she played under Tara VanDerveer (for three years).
• During the summer of 2009 Turner Thorne served as the head coach of the USA Women’s World University Games Team which went undefeated (7-0) and
captured the gold medal at the 2009 World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia. It was Turner Thorne’s second time working with USA Basketball. In the summer of 2007 Turner Thorne served as an assistant coach on USA Basketball’s U21 World Championship Team which won the gold medal at the FIBA U21 World
Championship in Moscow, Russia.
• Is a past president of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s (WBCA) Executive Committee.
• Graduated from Stanford in 1988 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and later earned her master’s degree in education from Washington in 1990.
• She and her husband, Will, have three sons – Conor (15), Liam (13) and Quinn (11).
Record at ASU: 344-209 (18th season)
Career Record: 384-249 (21st season)
SUN DEVIL
2014-15 PLAYER NOTES
#0 Katie Hempen
#1 Arnecia Hawkins
Career Notes
• Transferred to ASU from SIUE in May, 2012. Per NCAA transfer rules,
did not play in 2012-13, however, was able to practice with the team.
• Earned team’s Most Improved Player Award at conclusion of 201213.
• Has played in 84 career games (30 at SIUE and 54 at ASU) with 28
starts (all at ASU).
• As a freshman at SIUE in 2011-12, was named the Ohio Valley Conference Freshman of the Year and was a member of the All-Newcomer
team after finishing 3rd on team in scoring (9.7 ppg) and 1st in FT pct
(86.0).
• Played in every game (7 starts) in 2013-14 and concluded the season
2nd on the team in 3-pointers (44) and tied for 2nd in scoring (8.3
ppg).
• Scored in double figures 16x in 2013-14, including 10x in the season’s last 16 games.
Career Notes
• Has played in 85 career games (3 starts).
• Played in all 31 games (three starts) as a freshman in 2012-13 and
finished 2nd on the team in both 3-point field goals (26) and FT pct.
(78.6).
• Scored 7 or more points 12 times in 2012-13, including a seasonhigh 18 points vs. Washington State (Feb. 1).
• Played in every game last season and finished 4th on the team in
3-pointers (15).
• Younger sister (Armani) signed letter of intent in November and will
be a member of the 2015-16 Sun Devil WBB team. Armani is a 5-10
guard, who currently plays for Mesa Mountain View.
G • 5’9” • RS-Jr. • Highland, Ill. • Highland HS • Transfer (SIUE)
Major: Family and Human Studies
G • 5’10” • Jr. • Mesa, Ariz. • Mountain View • 2V
Major: Tourism Development and Management
2014-15
• Has started every game and currently leads the team in scoring (12.5
ppg) and 3-pointers (50), is 2nd in assists (2.4 apg) and FTs made (46)
and attempted (60), 4th in FT percentage (76.7) and 5th in rebounding
(3.0 rpg).
• Has scored in double figures 16x, including a career-high 22 points
ivs. Oregon State (Jan. 25).
• Has knocked down 3 or more 3-pointers 9x, including a career-best
6 triples against Oregon State (Jan. 25). Has also connected on four
3-pointers in wins over SMU (Dec. 6), Washington State (Jan. 5) and at
Arizona (Jan. 8).
• Has dished out career-high 5 assists 3x in last 8 games.
• Scored 17 points (14 in the 2nd half) in ASU’s win at Miami (Nov. 25).
• Scored all 7 of her points in the final 2:38 of ASU’s 51-46, comefrom-behind win against Villanova at the Gulf Coast Showcase (Nov.
28).
• Was named to the ASU Classic All-Tournament Team after averaging
13.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists in ASU’s wins over Lehigh
and Northwestern. Scored 12 points and pulled down a career-high 7
rebounds in the win over Northwestern (Dec. 21).
• Scored 21 points in win vs. Washington State (Jan. 5).
• Tied for the team lead with 16 points and tied her career high with 4
3-pointers in ASU’s win at Arizona (Jan. 8).
• Knocked down a career-high 6 triples on her way to a career-best 22
points in loss vs. Oregon State (Jan. 25).
• Scored 12 of her 15 points in second half of win at Colorado (Jan.
30).
2014-15
• Has played in every game and is 3rd on the team in 3-pointers (10).
• Current shooting pct. of 47.3 is more than 16 percentage points
higher than career FG pct. (31.1) coming into this season.
• Scored all of her season-high 12 points (5-5 FGs) in the second half
of ASU’s 62-57 win over Vanderbilt in the third-place game of the Gulf
Coast Showcase (Nov. 30).
• Scored 9 points in ASU’s wins vs. UC Davis (Dec. 13) and Northwestern (Dec. 21).
• Scored 4 points & tied career high with 6 rebs in win at UA (Jan. 8).
• Scored 7 points in win vs. Arizona (Jan. 10) and again in loss vs.
Oregon State (Jan. 25).
• Made all 3 of her field goal attempts and scored 8 points in win at
Colorado (Jan. 30).
#2 Nicole Iademarco
G • 6’1” • Fr. • The Woodlands, Texas • The Woodlands • HS
Major: Business Communications
Career Notes
• Averaged 10.9 points, 4.4 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 2.5 steals during
her 95-game high school career.
• Was named to the 2014 All-Greater Houston basketball team and
earned District MVP honors as a senior after recording career-high,
per-game averages in points (18.9 ppg), rebounds (6.6 rpg) and steals
(3.4 spg).
• Ranked the No. 36 guard by ESPN Hoopgurlz, earned several honors
in her career including All-District First Team (2012-13), All-Montgomery County First Team (2012-13) and All-District Honorable Mention
(2011-12).
2014-15
• Currently sidelined with hand injury which occurred in early December.
• Played in three games before the injury (vs. Middle Tennessee, vs.
Bakersfield and vs. SMU - season high 9 minutes).
• Scored her first career field goal vs. Middle Tennessee (Nov. 14).
SUN DEVIL
2014-15 PLAYER NOTES
#5 Tia Kanoa
#10 Promise Amukamara
G • 5’8” • Sr. • Glendale, Ariz. • Apollo HS • 3V
Major: Communication
G • 5’8” • Fr. • Honolulu, Hawaii • Kamehameha HS • HS
Major: Architectural Design
Career Notes
• Totes an outstanding resume of accomplishments that includes winning state titles in both Hawaii and California (where she started her
high school career).
• As a junior in 2013, Kanoa’s play helped guide her Kamehameha High
School team to a perfect 21-0 record and the Division I state title. She
earned all-state distinction and would go on to be named the Most
Outstanding Player of the state tournament.
• Success from her junior season carried over to the start of her senior
season as she averaged 14.4 points, 4.0 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 2.0
steals before a knee injury ended her campaign after eight games.
• Began her career at La Jolla Country Day, where she started as a
sophomore and played a pivotal role in helping her team to a 32-1
record and the California Division IV state title.
2014-15
• Played in two games before suffering season-ending knee injury in
practice.
• Played 8 minutes in win vs. Middle Tennessee (Nov. 14) and 9 minutes in win over Bakersfield (Nov. 19).
Career Notes
• Has started 83 of 117 career games.
• Was named to Pac-12’s All-Defensive Team last season after earning
Pac-12 defensive honorable mention notice in 2013.
• Played in every game (31 starts) in 2013-14 and concluded the
season as the team leader in steals (1.6 spg) and 4th in FG pct. (44.1)
and assists (1.6 apg).
• Was only player on the team to start all 31 games in 2012-13 &
finished 1st on the team in steals (1.9 spg - 9th in the Pac-12) and FT
percentage (82.8), 2nd in scoring (8.0 ppg) and 3rd in rebounds (4.1
rpg).
• Played in all 32 of ASU’s contests as a freshman in 2011-12 and
finished as the team leader in field goal percentage (43.9).
2014-15
• Has started every game and currently leads the team in steals (2.0
spg) and FT pct. (79.2), is 3rd in free throws made (42) and scoring
(11.5 ppg) and 4th in assists (2.1 apg), FG pct. (50.0) and rebounds
(3.8 rpg - ASU’s top rebounding guard).
• Current FG percentage of 50.0 is more than 8 percentage points
higher than career percentage coming into this season (41.6).
• More than half of her rebounds (41 of 80) have come on the offensive
end.
• Led ASU in scoring (13.1 ppg) during earlier 14-game winning streak
and shot 52.5 percent during that stretch.
• Has scored in double figures 13x, including 9x in last 13 games.
• Has tied her career high in assists (5) 2x this season and has recorded 3 or more steals 6x and grabbed 5 or more rebounds 5x.
• Tied her career-best with 21 points (8-12 FGs, 5-5 FTs) in ASU’s 6257 win over Vanderbilt (Nov. 30).
• Was named the Pac-12’s Player of the Week on Jan. 5 after leading
ASU with 14 points (5-9 FGs), 3 rebounds and 3 steals in 62-48 win
over Washington (Jan. 3). Amukamara was the centerpiece of a defensive gem by the Sun Devils, who held the Huskies 35 points below
their scoring average. Amukamara was primarily responsible for holding
the nation’s No. 1 scorer, Kelsey Plum, to only 17 points (nine points
below her average). Plum scored only four points in the first half as the
Sun Devils raced out to a 37-13 halftime lead.
• Tied for team lead with 16 points in (8-13 FGs) in win at UA (Jan. 8).
• Averaged 18.5 points (16-23 FGs/59.3 pct.) and 7.5 rebounds in
ASU’s wins at Cal (Jan. 16) and at Stanford (Jan. 19). Scored a gamehigh 20 points and pulled down 8 rebounds at Cal (Jan. 16). Added
game-high 17 points and seven boards at Stanford (Jan. 19).
SUN DEVIL
2014-15 PLAYER NOTES
#11 Peace Amukamara
#21 Sophie Brunner
Career Notes
• The younger sister of current Sun Devil guard Promise Amukamara,
Peace transferred to ASU from Mesa Community College in April
2014.
• Capped off her two years at MCC with a virtuoso season in which
she earned NJCAA All-American honors and helped lead MCC to its
first NJCAA DII Women’s Basketball national championship in program
history.
• Was named the NJCAA Division II Player of the Year for a sophomore
campaign in which she led the team in scoring (14.1 ppg) to go along
with stellar per-game averages in rebounds (5.6), assists (4.9) and
steals (2.2).
• A 2012 graduate of Goodyear Millennium, Peace was all-state honorable mention as a senior as she averaged 15.6 ppg, 4.3 rpg, 3.1 spg
and 2.4 apg.
• Started her high school career at Glendale Apollo where she and
Promise were a part of the Class 4A Division I state title team in 201011.
Career Notes
• Earned Pac-12 Freshman honorable mention recognition in 2014
after she played in every game (22 starts) and finished 2nd on the team
in FG pct. (49.7) and rebounds (6.4 rpg) and 4th in scoring (7.6 ppg).
• Notched double figures in scoring 12x and rebounds 8x while accounting for 4 double-doubles.
• Averaged 10.5 pts/9.5 rebs in ASU’s 2 NCAA Tournament games.
• Has 7 career double-doubles.
• Twice named to the AP’s All-State First-Team, Brunner had her No.
21 jersey retired at conclusion of her Aquin HS career after playing a
central role in her team winning to back-to-back Class 1A state titles
(2012-13).
G • 5’7” • Jr. • Goodyear, Ariz. • Millennium HS • Transfer (Mesa CC)
Major: Sociology & Family Studies
2014-15
• Has played in every game and is 3rd on the team in assists (2.3 apg).
• Has dished our 4 or more assists 5x.
• Best all-around performance of the season came in win over SMU
in which she scored 11 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and dished out 6
assists (all season bests).
• Scored 8 points and dished out 3 assists in win over Oregon (Jan.
23).
#20 Isidora Purkovic
G • 5’11” • Jr. • Calgary, Alberta, Canada • Western Canada HS • 2V
Major: Accounting
Career Notes
• Has played in 46 career games.
• Played in 28 games as a freshman in 2012-13 and connected on 40
percent of her shots from 3-point range (6-15).
• Came off the bench and played in 8 games in 2014-15.
• Scored a career-best 10 points (4-7 FGs) in ASU’s win over Binghamton (Dec. 1, 2012).
• Scored 8 points and had 2 assists vs. San Diego (Dec. 12, 2012).
2014-15
• Has played in 10 games this season.
• Knocked down a 3-pointer in ASU’s win at Illinois State (Dec. 16).
• Scored season-high 6 points (2-2 3-pointers) in win at Arizona (Jan.
8).
F • 6’1” • So. • Freeport, Ill. • Aquin HS • 1V
Major: Family and Human Development
2014-15
• Has started every game and currently leads the team in rebounds (7.4
rpg), FG pct. (55.2) and FTs made (60) and attempted (76) and is 2nd
in scoring (12.4 ppg), steals (1.4 spg) and FT pct. (78.9).
•Has connected on 85 percent (28-33) of her free throws in ASU’s last
8 games.
• Has scored in double figures 14x, including 4 games with 20 or more
points.
• Has 4 double-doubles and has grabbed 8 or more rebounds 10x.
• Opened the season with a 20-point (12-14 FTs), 12-rebound effort in
ASU’s win over Middle Tennessee (Nov. 14).
• Scored 22 points (8-15 FGs, 6-6 FTs) in win over Bakersfield (Nov.
19).
• Was named the MVP of the ASU Classic for the second straight
season after averaging 18.5 points and 9.0 rebounds in wins over
Lehigh (Dec. 20) and Northwestern (Dec. 21), who both came into the
tournament with unbeaten records. Scored a career-high 24 points (915 FGs, 6-8 FTs) and tied her career high with 13 rebounds in the win
over Northwestern.
• Averaged 13.5 points (11-15 FGs/73.3 pct), 6.0 rebounds and 4.0
steals in ASU’s wins over Washington (Jan. 3) and Washington State
(Jan. 5).
• Earned Pac-12 Player of the Week honors after averaging 17.0 points
and 7.7 rebounds, while shooting 68 percent from the floor (21-31) and
90 percent from the foul line (9-10) in ASU’s three wins – vs. Washington State (78-64 - Jan. 5), at Arizona (88-41 - Jan. 8) and vs. Arizona
(71-54 - Jan. 10). Scored 20 of her career-high 26 points in the Jan. 10
game vs. Arizona.
• Posted fourth double-double of the season (15 points, 10 rebounds)
in win at Colorado (Jan. 30)
• Is a nominee for the 2015 Allstate WBCA and NABC Good Works
Teams®, a prestigious community service award that recognizes a
distinguished group of student-athletes who have demonstrated a commitment to enriching the lives of others and contributing to the greater
good in their communities.
SUN DEVIL
2014-15 PLAYER NOTES
#22 Quinn Dornstauder
#23 Elisha Davis
Career Notes
• Played in 27 games as a freshman and connected on 53.1 pct. of her
FGs (26-49).
• Had breakout game in ASU’s win over No. 15 Cal (Jan. 17, 2014).
Connected on 6-7 FGs and scored a season-high and team-high 13
points in the win.
• Competed for the Canadian Junior National Team at the 2013 FIBA
U19 World Championship in Panevezys, Lithuania. Averaged 4.6 points
and 4.4 rebounds in the 8 games. Scored 14 points and grabbed 8
rebounds in Canada’s final game of the tournament vs. Japan.
• Was also a member of the Canadian team that won the bronze medal
at the 2012 U17 World Championships in Amsterdam.
Career Notes
• Has played in 85 career games (25 starts).
• Played in every game (3 starts) as a sophomore last season and led
the team in assists (2.8 apg), was 2nd in FT pct. (79.1) and 3rd in
3-point FGs (19).
• Played in all 31 games as a freshman in 2012-13 (one start).
C • 6’4” • So. • Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada • LeBoldus HS • 1V
Major: Biochemistry (Barrett Honors College)
2014-15
• Has played in every game and is ASU’s leader off the bench in scoring (7.4 ppg) & rebounds (5.2 rpg).
• All 7 of her double-figure scoring efforts have come in last 14 games.
• Has grabbed 6 or more rebounds in 9 of last 12 games.
• Led ASU with a career-high 19 points (9-12 FGs) in win at Illinois
State (Dec. 16).
• Posted first double-double of career with 11 points/11 rebounds in
win vs. Yale (Dec. 28). The outing came one game after nearly recording double-double (9 pts, 9 rebs) in win over Northwestern (Dec. 21).
•Added 10 points, 3 rebounds, 3 blocks in win vs. Arizona (Jan. 10).
• Scored 13 points (5-6 FGs), including 11 in the 1st half, in win at Cal
(Jan. 16).
• Dropped in 11 points (4-6, FGs, 3-4 FTs) and grabbed seven boards
in win at Colorado (Jan. 30).
G • 5’3” • Jr. • Berkeley, Calif. • Berkeley HS • 2V
Major: Social Work and Communication (double major)
2014-15
• Has started every game and currently leads the team in assists (5.4
apg) is 2nd in 3-pointers (22), 3rd in steals (1.1 spg) and FT pct. (76.6)
and 4th in free throws made (38) and attempted (49).
• Has had 5 or most assists 13x this season (9 or more assists 4x), including a career-high 11 at Illinois State (Dec. 16). Equally important is
she has had 12 games with 2 or fewer turnovers – 2 (5x), 1 (3x), 0 (4x).
• Has scored in double figures 9x.
• Posted a career-high 11 assists with zero turnovers in win at Illinois
State (Dec. 16).
• Was named to the ASU Classic All-Tournament Team after averaging
11.5 points and 7.5 assists in ASU’s wins over Lehigh (Dec. 20) and
Northwestern (Dec. 21). Scored a career-high 16 points (5-8 FGs, 4-5
FTs) in the win over Northwestern.
• Scored 13 points and handed out 5 assists in win vs. Washington
State (Jan. 5).
• Flirted with triple double – 8 points, 9 assists, career-high 7 rebounds
– in win at Arizona (Jan. 8).
• Scored 8 of 10 points in 2nd half of win at Stanford (Jan. 19).
• Scored 10 points, including career-best three 3-pointers, to go along
with 9 assists and 3 steals in win vs. Oregon (Jan. 23).
SUN DEVIL
2014-15 PLAYER NOTES
#24 Kelsey Moos
#43 Eliza Normen
Career Notes
• Earned Pac-12 Freshman honorable mention recognition in 2014
after she started 31 of the 32 games she played in and finished as the
team’s leader in rebounds (6.6 rpg) and tied for 2nd in FG pct. (49.7).
• Scored in double figures 11x and posted double digits in rebounds 5x
in 2013-14.
• Was named the Class 2B State Player of the Year by the Associated
Press three straight years as she helped lead her Reardan HS team to
three consecutive state titles.
Career Notes
• Has played in 88 career games (4 starts).
• Played in 32 games (2 starts) last season and finished 5th on the
team in rebounding (2.6 rpg).
• Played in all 31 games (two starts) in 2012-13 after redshirting in
2011-12 due to injury.
• Earned Second-Team Pac-12 All-Academic recognition and the
team’s Academic Award in 2012-13.
F • 6’0” • So. • Edwall, Wash. • Reardan HS • 1V
Major: Communication
F/G • 6’0” • RS-Jr. • Louisville, Colo. • Monarch HS • 2V
Major: Kinesiology (Barrett Honors College)
2014-15
• Has started every game and is currently 2nd on the team in rebounds
(5.6 rpg) 3rd in FG percentage (54.5 ), 4th in 3-pointers (8) and steals
(1.0 spg) and 5th in scoring (7.5 ppg).
• Has grabbed 7 or more rebounds 10x this season,.
• Had earlier stretch in which she scored double figures 4x in 5 games,
including a season-high 15 points vs. Green Bay (Nov. 29).
• Made her first 7 shots and tied season high with 15 points to go
along with 7 rebounds in win vs. Washington State (Jan. 5).
• Connected on all 4 of her shots, scored 10 points and grabbed 7
rebounds in win at Arizona (Jan. 8).
• Connected on 84.6 percent of her field goals (11-13), averaged 12.5
points and 7.0 rebounds in consecutive games vs. Washington State
(Jan. 5) and at Arizona (Jan. 8).
• Scored all 10 of her points in the 2nd half and grabbed 9 rebounds in
win at Cal (Jan. 16).
• Was close to a double-double with 8 points, 8 rebounds in win vs.
Oregon (Jan. 23).
2014-15
• Has played in every game and is 5th on the team in assists (1.3 apg).
• Has connected on 6 of 9 shots in last three games.
• Has pulled down 5 or more rebounds 5x, including a career-best 9 vs.
UC Davis (Dec. 13).
• Had best game of career in ASU’s 62-57 win over Vanderbilt (Nov.
30) as she scored a career-high 12 points (5-7 FGs) to go along with
7 rebounds.
• Had 3 assists and a career-high 3 blocks in win vs. Arizona (Jan. 10).
• Scored 8 points (3-3 FGs) in win vs. Oregon (Jan. 23).
• Currently serving as intern on ASU’s strength and conditioning staff.
#34 Ayanna Edwards
C • 6’4” • Fr. • Sacramento, Calif. • Sacramento HS • HS
Major: Exploratory
Career Notes
• Was listed as one of ESPN Hoopgurlz Top 100 players in the class of
2014, including the No. 14 center in the country.
• Earned Division II Second-Team All-State honors as a senior when
she averaged a double-double (points and rebounds).
• Nicknamed ‘Shaq’ because of her tremendous shot blocking ability.
2014-15
• Has played in 14 games and has connected on 55 percent of her
field goal attempts (11-20).
• Has scored season-best 6 points on two occasions – vs. SMU (Dec.
6) and at Illinois State (Dec. 16). Also played a season-high 9 minutes
in both contests.
SUN DEVIL
2014-15 Sun Devil Women's Basketball
Arizona State Combined Team Statistics (as of Jan 30, 2015)
All games
RECORD:
ALL GAMES
CONFERENCE
NON-CONFERENCE
OVERALL
19-2
8-1
11-1
HOME
11-1
4-1
7-0
AWAY
6-0
4-0
2-0
##
Player
gp-gs
Total
3-Point
min avg fg-fga
fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%
F-Throw
ft-fta
ft%
00
21
10
23
24
22
01
43
11
34
20
05
02
Hempen, Katie
Brunner, Sophie
Amukamara, Promise
Davis, Elisha
Moos, Kelsey
Dornstauder, Quinn
Hawkins, Arnecia
Normen, Eliza
Amukamara, Peace
Edwards, Ayanna
Purkovic, Isidora
Kanoa, Tia
Iademarco, Nicole
Team
Total..........
Opponents......
21-21
21-21
21-21
21-21
21-21
21-0
21-0
21-0
21-0
14-0
10-0
2-0
4-0
579
521
612
608
487
334
299
313
311
72
30
17
20
46-60
60-76
42-53
38-49
27-41
29-48
8-12
20-29
22-31
1-4
1-2
2-2
0-0
21
21
4203
4201
TEAM STATISTICS
SCORING
Points per game
Scoring margin
FIELD GOALS-ATT
Field goal pct
3 POINT FG-ATT
3-point FG pct
3-pt FG made per game
FREE THROWS-ATT
Free throw pct
F-Throws made per game
REBOUNDS
Rebounds per game
Rebounding margin
ASSISTS
Assists per game
TURNOVERS
Turnovers per game
Turnover margin
Assist/turnover ratio
STEALS
Steals per game
BLOCKS
Blocks per game
ATTENDANCE
Home games-Avg/Game
Neutral site-Avg/Game
Score by Periods
Arizona State
Opponents
27.6
24.8
29.1
29.0
23.2
15.9
14.2
14.9
14.8
5.1
3.0
8.5
5.0
ASU
1506
71.7
+15.3
551-1210
.455
108-292
.370
5.1
296-407
.727
14.1
789
37.6
+6.8
342
16.3
309
14.7
+2.6
1.1
173
8.2
53
2.5
40754
12-3396
-
1st 2nd
720 786
523 661
Totals
1506
1184
83-218
100-181
96-192
52-142
61-112
63-115
35-74
27-68
18-73
11-20
4-6
0-3
1-6
.381 50-131
.552 0-3
.500 8-22
.366 22-63
.545 9-21
.548 0-0
.473 10-22
.397 0-3
.247 6-20
.550 0-0
.667 3-4
.000 0-0
.167 0-3
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Date
11/14/14
11/19/14
11-25-14
11/28/14
11/29/14
11/30/14
12/6/14
12/13/14
12/16/14
12/20/14
12/21/14
12/28/14
1/3/15
1/5/15
01/08/15
1/10/15
1/16/15
1/19/15
1/23/15
1/25/15
1/30/15
.767
.789
.792
.776
.659
.604
.667
.690
.710
.250
.500
Rebounds
def tot avg
10 52 62
61 95 156
41 39 80
8 42 50
54 64 118
40 69 109
8 19 27
14 45 59
8 21 29
2
9 11
1
3
4
1.000
0
3
3
.000
0
2
2
38 41 79
551-1210 .455 108-292 .370 296-407 .727 285 504 789
453-1107 .409 56-232 .241 222-305 .728 198 449 647
OPP
1184
56.4
453-1107
.409
56-232
.241
2.7
222-305
.728
10.6
647
30.8
196
9.3
364
17.3
0.5
136
6.5
73
3.5
14435
6-2406
3-0
.382
.000
.364
.349
.429
.000
.455
.000
.300
.000
.750
.000
.000
off
NEUTRAL
2-1
0-0
2-1
3.0
7.4
3.8
2.4
5.6
5.2
1.3
2.8
1.4
0.8
0.4
1.5
0.5
Opponent
MIDDLE TENNESSEE
BAKERSFIELD
at MIAMI
vs Villanova
vs Green Bay
vs Vanderbilt
SMU
UC DAVIS
at Illinois State
LEHIGH
NORTHWESTERN
YALE
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON STATE
at Arizona
ARIZONA
at California
at Stanford
OREGON
OREGON STATE
at Colorado
* = Conference game
pf dq
43
53
46
27
44
18
30
24
23
16
3
0
2
1
37.6 330
30.8 380
a
pts
avg
32 1 16 262
42 7 29 260
39 3 41 242
58 1 24 164
21 2 21 158
30 24 10 155
22 2 11 88
22 6 5 74
28 2 14 64
6 4 0 23
1 1 0 12
1 0 1
2
1 0 1
2
6
6 342 309 53 173 1506
- 196 364 73 136 1184
to blk stl
12.5
12.4
11.5
7.8
7.5
7.4
4.2
3.5
3.0
1.6
1.2
1.0
0.5
2 50
2 18
0 45
0 113
0 16
1
6
0 14
1 27
0 49
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
2
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
Score
81-67
83-54
65-61
51-46
57-63
72-67
77-42
72-51
89-44
81-61
88-75
69-51
62-48
78-64
88-41
71-54
67-52
60-57
70-58
57-68
68-60
71.7
56.4
Att.
5799
1165
584
0
0
0
1634
5890
1505
1189
2647
6503
1877
1366
2804
4677
2042
3546
5061
2946
3954
2014-15 Sun Devil Women's Basketball
Arizona State Combined Team Statistics (as of Jan 30, 2015)
Conference games
RECORD:
ALL GAMES
CONFERENCE
NON-CONFERENCE
##
Player
00
21
10
24
23
22
01
11
43
20
34
Hempen, Katie
Brunner, Sophie
Amukamara, Promise
Moos, Kelsey
Davis, Elisha
Dornstauder, Quinn
Hawkins, Arnecia
Amukamara, Peace
Normen, Eliza
Purkovic, Isidora
Edwards, Ayanna
Team
Total..........
Opponents......
gp-gs
Score by Periods
Arizona State
Opponents
273
217
282
219
273
156
107
124
121
10
18
9
9
1800
1800
1st 2nd
302 319
211 291
HOME
4-1
4-1
0-0
Total
3-Point
min avg fg-fga
fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%
9-9
9-9
9-9
9-9
9-9
9-0
9-0
9-0
9-0
3-0
5-0
TEAM STATISTICS
SCORING
Points per game
Scoring margin
FIELD GOALS-ATT
Field goal pct
3 POINT FG-ATT
3-point FG pct
3-pt FG made per game
FREE THROWS-ATT
Free throw pct
F-Throws made per game
REBOUNDS
Rebounds per game
Rebounding margin
ASSISTS
Assists per game
TURNOVERS
Turnovers per game
Turnover margin
Assist/turnover ratio
STEALS
Steals per game
BLOCKS
Blocks per game
ATTENDANCE
Home games-Avg/Game
Neutral site-Avg/Game
OVERALL
8-1
8-1
0-0
30.3
24.1
31.3
24.3
30.3
17.3
11.9
13.8
13.4
3.3
3.6
ASU
621
69.0
+13.2
229-514
.446
52-130
.400
5.8
111-152
.730
12.3
330
36.7
+6.2
148
16.4
134
14.9
+2.8
1.1
82
9.1
19
2.1
15927
5-3185
Totals
621
502
38-104
41-74
45-87
25-49
19-61
23-51
14-29
9-28
10-23
3-3
2-5
.365 25-60
.554 0-1
.517 5-13
.510 5-13
.311 8-26
.451 0-0
.483 4-8
.321 3-7
.435 0-0
1.000
2-2
.400 0-0
229-514 .446 52-130
193-472 .409 29-109
OPP
502
55.8
193-472
.409
29-109
.266
3.2
87-113
.770
9.7
274
30.4
85
9.4
159
17.7
0.5
58
6.4
36
4.0
12346
4-3086
0-0
AWAY
4-0
4-0
0-0
F-Throw
ft-fta
ft%
.417
.000
.385
.385
.308
.000
.500
.429
.000
22-29
28-33
8-10
7-12
16-21
15-23
3-4
6-11
6-9
1.000
0-0
.000 0-0
Rebounds
def tot avg
5 19 24
25 40 65
17 20 37
24 33 57
3 20 23
17 34 51
4
7 11
3
6
9
4 10 14
0
0
0
0
2
2
16 21 37
.400 111-152 .730 118 212 330
.266 87-113 .770 81 193 274
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Date
1/3/15
1/5/15
01/08/15
1/10/15
1/16/15
1/19/15
1/23/15
1/25/15
1/30/15
.759
.848
.800
.583
.762
.652
.750
.545
.667
.000
.000
off
NEUTRAL
0-0
0-0
0-0
2.7
7.2
4.1
6.3
2.6
5.7
1.2
1.0
1.6
0.0
0.4
Opponent
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON STATE
at Arizona
ARIZONA
at California
at Stanford
OREGON
OREGON STATE
at Colorado
* = Conference game
pf dq
10
20
20
19
13
6
11
10
6
0
6
1
36.7 122
30.4 138
to blk stl
pts
avg
15 0 7
18 3 14
22 2 16
8 0 13
28 1 12
12 8 8
8 1 5
10 0 6
6 3 1
0 0 0
3 1 0
4
1 148 134 19 82
- 85 159 36 58
123
110
103
62
62
61
35
27
26
8
4
13.7
12.2
11.4
6.9
6.9
6.8
3.9
3.0
2.9
2.7
0.8
621
502
69.0
55.8
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
a
25
6
20
4
53
3
2
22
13
0
0
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
Score
62-48
78-64
88-41
71-54
67-52
60-57
70-58
57-68
68-60
Att.
1877
1366
2804
4677
2042
3546
5061
2946
3954
2014-15 Sun Devil Women's Basketball
Arizona State Extended Season Box Score (as of Jan 30, 2015)
All games
RECORD:
ALL GAMES
CONFERENCE
NON-CONFERENCE
OVERALL
19-2
8-1
11-1
##
Player
gp-gs
min
avg
00
21
10
23
24
22
01
43
11
34
20
05
02
Hempen, Katie
Brunner, Sophie
Amukamara, Promise
Davis, Elisha
Moos, Kelsey
Dornstauder, Quinn
Hawkins, Arnecia
Normen, Eliza
Amukamara, Peace
Edwards, Ayanna
Purkovic, Isidora
Kanoa, Tia
Iademarco, Nicole
Total..........
Opponents......
21-21
21-21
21-21
21-21
21-21
21-0
21-0
21-0
21-0
14-0
10-0
2-0
4-0
21
21
579
521
612
608
487
334
299
313
311
72
30
17
20
27.6
24.8
29.1
29.0
23.2
15.9
14.2
14.9
14.8
5.1
3.0
8.5
5.0
Score by Periods
Arizona State
Opponents
4203
4201
1st
720
523
2nd
786
661
HOME
11-1
4-1
7-0
Total
fg-fga
83-218
100-181
96-192
52-142
61-112
63-115
35-74
27-68
18-73
11-20
4-6
0-3
1-6
551-1210
453-1107
fg%
3-Point
3fg-fga 3fg%
.381 50-131
.552
0-3
.500 8-22
.366 22-63
.545 9-21
.548
0-0
.473 10-22
.397
0-3
.247 6-20
.550
0-0
.667
3-4
.000
0-0
.167
0-3
.455 108-292
.409 56-232
Totals
1506
1184
AWAY
6-0
4-0
2-0
F-Throw
ft-fta
ft%
.382 46-60
.000 60-76
.364 42-53
.349 38-49
.429 27-41
.000 29-48
.455 8-12
.000 20-29
.300 22-31
.000
1-4
.750
1-2
.000
2-2
.000
0-0
.370 296-407
.241 222-305
.767
.789
.792
.776
.659
.604
.667
.690
.710
.250
.500
off
NEUTRAL
2-1
0-0
2-1
Rebounds
def tot
10 52 62
61 95 156
41 39 80
8 42 50
54 64 118
40 69 109
8 19 27
14 45 59
8 21 29
2
9 11
1
3
4
1.000
0
3
3
.000
0
2
2
.727 285 504 789
.728 198 449 647
avg
pf
3.0 43
7.4 53
3.8 46
2.4 27
5.6 44
5.2 18
1.3 30
2.8 24
1.4 23
0.8 16
0.4
3
1.5
0
0.5
2
37.6 330
30.8 380
dq
to/g
a/to
blk
blk/g
stl stl/g
pts
avg
2 50 2.38 32 1.52
2 18 0.86 42 2.00
0 45 2.14 39 1.86
0 113 5.38 58 2.76
0 16 0.76 21 1.00
1
6 0.29 30 1.43
0 14 0.67 22 1.05
1 27 1.29 22 1.05
0 49 2.33 28 1.33
0
0 0.00
6 0.43
0
1 0.10
1 0.10
0
1 0.50
1 0.50
0
2 0.50
1 0.25
6 342 16.29 309 14.71
- 196 9.33 364 17.33
a
a/g
to
1.56
0.43
1.15
1.95
0.76
0.20
0.64
1.23
1.75
0.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.11
0.54
1
7
3
1
2
24
2
6
2
4
1
0
0
53
73
0.05 16 0.76
0.33 29 1.38
0.14 41 1.95
0.05 24 1.14
0.10 21 1.00
1.14 10 0.48
0.10 11 0.52
0.29
5 0.24
0.10 14 0.67
0.29
0 0.00
0.10
0 0.00
0.00
1 0.50
0.00
1 0.25
2.52 173 8.24
3.48 136 6.48
262
260
242
164
158
155
88
74
64
23
12
2
2
1506
1184
12.5
12.4
11.5
7.8
7.5
7.4
4.2
3.5
3.0
1.6
1.2
1.0
0.5
71.7
56.4
Individual Career History
Amukamara, Peace
Season
gp-gs
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
3-Point
fg-fga
pct
2014-15
TOTAL
21-0
21-0
311/14.8
311/14.8
18-73
18-73
.247
.247
6-20
6-20
.300
.300
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
22-31
22-31
off
.710
.710
8
8
Rebounds
def
tot
avg
pf
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
21
21
29
29
1.4
1.4
23
23
0
0
49
49
28
28
2
2
14
14
64 3.0
64 3.0
Rebounds
def
tot
avg
pf
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
Amukamara, Promise
Season
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
32-0 463/14.5
31-31 862/27.8
33-31 792/24.0
21-21 612/29.1
117-83 2729/23.3
47-107
92-239
90-204
96-192
325-742
.439
.385
.441
.500
.438
gp-gs
3-Point
fg-fga
2-11
11-55
5-24
8-22
26-112
pct
.182
.200
.208
.364
.232
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
39-49
53-64
44-71
42-53
178-237
off
.796 24 28
.828 49 78
.620 28 49
.792 41 39
.751 142 194
52
127
77
80
336
1.6 40
4.1 62
2.3 85
3.8 46
2.9 233
0 13 21
1 54 49
3 54 44
0 45 39
4 166 153
9 34
3 59
2 52
3 41
17 186
135
248
229
242
854
4.2
8.0
6.9
11.5
7.3
avg
pf
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
6.4 72
7.4 53
6.8 125
0
2
2
33
18
51
46
42
88
9
7
16
29
29
58
252 7.6
260 12.4
512 9.5
avg
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
1.8 35
2.2 48
2.4 27
2.1 110
0 67 59
0 94 70
0 113 58
0 274 187
1
2
1
4
22
22
24
68
79
177
164
420
avg
pf
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
54
109
163
2.0
5.2
3.4
14
18
32
0
1
1
4
6
10
17
30
47
17
24
41
3
10
13
69 2.6
155 7.4
224 4.7
Rebounds
def
tot
avg
pf
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
11
11
0.8
0.8
16
16
0
0
0
0
6
6
4
4
0
0
23 1.6
23 1.6
Brunner, Sophie
Season
gp-gs
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
3-Point
fg-fga
pct
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
33-22 696/21.1
21-21 521/24.8
54-43 1217/22.5
91-183
100-181
191-364
.497
.552
.525
0-1
0-3
0-4
.000
.000
.000
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
70-110
60-76
130-186
off
Rebounds
def
tot
.636 106 106
.789 61 95
.699 167 201
212
156
368
Davis, Elisha
Season
gp-gs
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
31-1 499/16.1
33-3 648/19.6
21-21 608/29.0
85-25 1755/20.6
33-101
62-171
52-142
147-414
.327
.363
.366
.355
3-Point
fg-fga
10-48
19-62
22-63
51-173
pct
.208
.306
.349
.295
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
off
3-4
34-43
38-49
75-96
12 45
12 60
8 42
32 147
.750
.791
.776
.781
Rebounds
def
tot
57
72
50
179
pf
2.5
5.4
7.8
4.9
Dornstauder, Quinn
Season
gp-gs
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
3-Point
fg-fga
pct
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
27-0
21-0
48-0
200/7.4
334/15.9
534/11.1
26-49
63-115
89-164
.531
.548
.543
0-0
0-0
0-0
.000
.000
.000
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
off
17-38
29-48
46-86
20 34
40 69
60 103
.447
.604
.535
Rebounds
def
tot
Edwards, Ayanna
Season
gp-gs
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
3-Point
fg-fga
pct
2014-15
TOTAL
14-0
14-0
72/5.1
72/5.1
11-20
11-20
.550
.550
0-0
0-0
.000
.000
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
1-4
1-4
.250
.250
off
2
2
9
9
Hawkins, Arnecia
Season
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
31-3 548/17.7
33-0
310/9.4
21-0 299/14.2
85-3 1157/13.6
59-197
43-131
35-74
137-402
.299
.328
.473
.341
gp-gs
3-Point
fg-fga
26-98
15-49
10-22
51-169
pct
.265
.306
.455
.302
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
off
Rebounds
def
tot
avg
pf
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
22-28
10-14
8-12
40-54
27
11
8
46
44
24
19
87
2.3 60
1.1 52
1.3 30
1.6 142
0
0
0
0
25
20
14
59
36
35
22
93
9
3
2
14
34
17
11
62
166
111
88
365
.786
.714
.667
.741
71
35
27
133
5.4
3.4
4.2
4.3
Individual Career History
Hempen, Katie
Season
gp-gs
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
33-7 693/21.0
21-21 579/27.6
54-28 1272/23.6
92-251
83-218
175-469
.367
.381
.373
3-Point
fg-fga
44-131
50-131
94-262
pct
.336
.382
.359
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
off
Rebounds
def
tot
avg
pf
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
45-60
46-60
91-120
11
10
21
40
52
92
1.5 61
3.0 43
2.1 104
1
2
3
48
50
98
51
32
83
3
1
4
27
16
43
273 8.3
262 12.5
535 9.9
off
Rebounds
def
tot
avg
pf
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
2
2
0.5
0.5
2
2
0
0
2
2
1
1
0
0
1
1
2 0.5
2 0.5
Rebounds
def
tot
avg
pf
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
3
3
1.5
1.5
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
2 1.0
2 1.0
Rebounds
def
tot
avg
pf
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
6.6 66
5.6 44
6.2 110
1
0
1
16
16
32
45
21
66
3
2
5
24
21
45
232 7.3
158 7.5
390 7.4
avg
pf
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
7
46
84
59
196
1.8
1.5
2.6
2.8
2.2
5
21
45
24
95
0
0
0
1
1
2
20
32
27
81
2
32
40
22
96
1
6
12
6
25
2
7
11
5
25
2
32
75
74
183
Rebounds
def
tot
avg
pf
fo
ast
to
blk
stl
Scoring
pts avg
10
2
3
15
0.5
0.8
0.4
0.5
11
2
3
16
0
0
0
0
9
1
1
11
20
3
1
24
0
0
1
1
1
2
0
3
.750
.767
.758
51
62
113
Iademarco, Nicole
Season
2014-15
TOTAL
gp-gs
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
3-Point
fg-fga
pct
4-0
4-0
20/5.0
20/5.0
1-6
1-6
.167
.167
0-3
0-3
.000
.000
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
0-0
0-0
.000
.000
0
0
2
2
Kanoa, Tia
Season
2014-15
TOTAL
gp-gs
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
3-Point
fg-fga
pct
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
off
2-0
2-0
17/8.5
17/8.5
0-3
0-3
.000
.000
0-0
0-0
.000
.000
2-2 1.000
2-2 1.000
0
0
3
3
Moos, Kelsey
Season
gp-gs
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
32-31 765/23.9
21-21 487/23.2
53-52 1252/23.6
90-181
61-112
151-293
.497
.545
.515
3-Point
fg-fga
4-14
9-21
13-35
pct
.286
.429
.371
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
48-79
27-41
75-120
off
.608 76 135
.659 54 64
.625 130 199
211
118
329
Normen, Eliza
Season
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
3-Point
fg-fga
pct
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
off
4-0
36/9.0
31-2 401/12.9
32-2 455/14.2
21-0 313/14.9
88-4 1205/13.7
0-5
13-62
27-71
27-68
67-206
.000
.210
.380
.397
.325
0-1
2-21
0-1
0-3
2-26
.000
.095
.000
.000
.077
2-2 1.000
4-11 .364
21-32 .656
20-29 .690
47-74 .635
0
7
17 29
21 63
14 45
52 144
gp-gs
Rebounds
def
tot
0.5
1.0
2.3
3.5
2.1
Purkovic, Isidora
Season
gp-gs
min/avg
Total
fg-fga
pct
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
28-0
8-0
10-0
46-0
198/7.1
45/5.6
30/3.0
273/5.9
14-40
2-8
4-6
20-54
.350
.250
.667
.370
3-Point
fg-fga
6-15
1-4
3-4
10-23
pct
F-Throws
ft-fta
pct
off
.400
.250
.750
.435
2-2 1.000
1-2 .500
1-2 .500
4-6 .667
4
4
1
9
14
6
4
24
36
6
12
54
1.3
0.8
1.2
1.2
2014-15 Sun Devil Women's Basketball
Arizona State Points-Rebounds-Assists (as of Jan 30, 2015)
All games
Opponent
Date
Score
MIDDLE TENNESSEE
BAKERSFIELD
at MIAMI
vs Villanova
vs Green Bay
vs Vanderbilt
SMU
UC DAVIS
at Illinois State
LEHIGH
NORTHWESTERN
YALE
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON STATE
at Arizona
ARIZONA
at California
at Stanford
OREGON
OREGON STATE
at Colorado
11/14/14
11/19/14
11-25-14
11/28/14
11/29/14
11/30/14
12/6/14
12/13/14
12/16/14
12/20/14
12/21/14
12/28/14
1/3/15
1/5/15
01/08/15
1/10/15
1/16/15
1/19/15
1/23/15
1/25/15
1/30/15
81-67
83-54
65-61
51-46
57-63
72-67
77-42
72-51
89-44
81-61
88-75
69-51
62-48
78-64
88-41
71-54
67-52
60-57
70-58
57-68
68-60
Opponent
Date
Score
MIDDLE TENNESSEE
BAKERSFIELD
at MIAMI
vs Villanova
vs Green Bay
vs Vanderbilt
SMU
UC DAVIS
at Illinois State
LEHIGH
NORTHWESTERN
YALE
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON STATE
at Arizona
ARIZONA
at California
at Stanford
OREGON
OREGON STATE
at Colorado
11/14/14
11/19/14
11-25-14
11/28/14
11/29/14
11/30/14
12/6/14
12/13/14
12/16/14
12/20/14
12/21/14
12/28/14
1/3/15
1/5/15
01/08/15
1/10/15
1/16/15
1/19/15
1/23/15
1/25/15
1/30/15
81-67
83-54
65-61
51-46
57-63
72-67
77-42
72-51
89-44
81-61
88-75
69-51
62-48
78-64
88-41
71-54
67-52
60-57
70-58
57-68
68-60
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
00
HEMPEN,KAT
01
HAWKINS,AR
02
IADEMARCO,
05
KANOA,TIA
14-5-4
10-3-0
17-2-2
7-3-1
14-2-3
3-1-0
15-4-2
11-0-1
7-5-4
15-3-3
12-7-3
14-3-2
10-2-2
21-3-5
16-3-5
11-6-4
8-1-2
9-2-5
11-2-0
22-3-0
15-2-2
8-3-1
2-1-1
4-3-0
0-1-1
0-0-0
12-0-1
1-1-2
3-2-0
9-3-1
5-1-2
9-0-1
0-1-2
0-0-0
2-1-0
4-6-1
7-1-1
0-0-0
5-0-0
2-2-0
7-1-0
8-0-0
2-1-0
0-1-1
DNP
0-0-0
DNP
DNP
0-0-1
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
2-1-1
0-2-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
21
22
BRUNNER,SO DORNSTAUDE
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
20-12-1
22-7-2
4-6-2
10-9-0
13-11-0
6-1-0
5-5-2
12-8-1
12-5-1
13-5-0
24-13-3
9-9-0
12-5-0
15-7-0
10-7-0
26-9-0
6-7-0
10-8-2
9-8-1
7-4-2
15-10-1
6-5-0
8-4-1
4-4-0
8-3-0
1-3-1
0-0-0
6-3-0
10-4-0
19-5-0
12-7-0
9-9-0
11-11-1
8-7-0
2-6-1
6-6-1
10-3-0
13-3-0
3-8-1
4-5-0
4-6-0
11-7-0
23
DAVIS,ELIS
14-1-6
10-5-4
11-2-2
5-1-0
10-2-3
5-0-4
11-6-5
8-3-6
2-3-11
7-3-9
16-0-6
3-1-4
6-5-6
13-2-5
8-7-9
0-2-7
7-2-7
10-0-2
10-0-9
4-4-5
4-1-3
10
11
AMUKAMARA, AMUKAMARA,
6-5-1
13-7-5
13-3-2
12-4-1
4-2-2
21-5-1
7-4-3
9-2-5
14-3-0
10-2-1
15-4-3
15-2-1
14-3-1
8-3-0
16-1-3
8-6-1
20-8-2
17-7-2
10-2-4
2-4-3
8-3-4
24
34
MOOS,KELSE EDWARDS,AY
7-8-0
4-3-0
10-4-1
9-7-0
15-5-1
11-4-2
11-4-1
5-2-5
6-7-0
8-7-1
1-2-1
9-8-0
4-7-1
15-7-1
10-7-2
3-6-0
10-9-0
2-6-0
8-8-0
7-6-0
3-1-0
0-0-0
0-2-0
DNP
DNP
0-1-0
0-1-0
6-2-0
4-0-0
6-2-0
3-1-0
DNP
0-0-0
0-0-0
DNP
2-1-0
2-0-0
0-0-0
DNP
0-1-0
DNP
DNP
2-0-0
8-0-2
0-0-2
0-2-4
0-2-1
2-0-1
11-8-6
2-2-2
2-0-2
4-2-4
2-0-1
4-4-2
2-2-4
0-1-4
6-1-3
2-1-3
3-1-2
4-0-0
8-2-3
2-1-3
0-0-0
43
NORMEN,ELI
0-1-1
5-5-2
2-2-0
0-1-1
0-1-0
12-7-2
4-3-1
8-9-3
9-7-2
4-1-0
0-5-0
4-3-2
4-2-2
2-0-3
4-2-1
2-2-3
0-2-1
0-2-1
8-2-0
2-1-1
4-1-1
20
PURKOVIC,I
0-1-0
1-0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0-0
0-0-0
3-0-0
0-2-0
DNP
0-1-1
2-0-0
DNP
6-0-0
DNP
0-0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
2014-15 Sun Devil Women's Basketball
Arizona State Team Game-by-Game Comparison (as of Jan 30, 2015)
All games
Opponent
MIDDLE TENNESSEE
BAKERSFIELD
MIAMI
Villanova
Green Bay
Vanderbilt
SMU
UC DAVIS
Illinois State
LEHIGH
NORTHWESTERN
YALE
WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON STATE
Arizona
ARIZONA
California
Stanford
OREGON
OREGON STATE
Colorado
1st
39/27
38/23
23/24
21/23
29/28
28/33
40/26
42/28
41/24
44/29
39/25
34/22
37/13
43/29
44/14
31/28
31/28
39/22
25/27
22/27
30/23
2nd
42/40
45/31
42/37
30/23
28/35
44/34
37/16
30/23
48/20
37/32
49/50
35/29
25/35
35/35
44/27
40/26
36/24
21/35
45/31
35/41
38/37
Score
81-67
83-54
65-61
51-46
57-63
72-67
77-42
72-51
89-44
81-61
88-75
69-51
62-48
78-64
88-41
71-54
67-52
60-57
70-58
57-68
68-60
Mar
+14
+29
+4
+5
(6)
+5
+35
+21
+45
+20
+13
+18
+14
+14
+47
+17
+15
+3
+12
(11)
+8
Total FG
25-64/24-63
26-54/19-57
22-52/24-52
20-52/17-48
24-53/27-50
26-49/25-41
27-61/17-55
30-58/21-47
36-71/15-44
32-63/22-55
29-61/27-61
25-58/22-62
23-64/19-45
28-53/24-52
36-61/17-63
27-65/19-52
24-46/21-51
23-56/21-49
24-61/24-52
22-61/26-52
22-47/22-56
Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category
FG Pct
.391/.381
.481/.333
.423/.462
.385/.354
.453/.540
.531/.610
.443/.309
.517/.447
.507/.341
.508/.400
.475/.443
.431/.355
.359/.422
.528/.462
.590/.270
.415/.365
.522/.412
.411/.429
.393/.462
.361/.500
.468/.393
3-Pointers
3-16/3-15
5-12/3-8
9-19/3-11
3-11/3-17
5-19/1-4
3-12/3-7
8-16/0-7
7-16/2-15
1-12/2-10
3-8/0-12
5-13/5-13
4-8/2-4
4-16/1-14
7-16/4-14
7-15/1-9
4-13/2-4
7-13/3-14
5-14/3-13
6-15/3-10
6-14/7-20
6-14/5-11
3FG Pct
.188/.200
.417/.375
.474/.273
.273/.176
.263/.250
.250/.429
.500/.000
.438/.133
.083/.200
.375/.000
.385/.385
.500/.500
.250/.071
.438/.286
.467/.111
.308/.500
.538/.214
.357/.231
.400/.300
.429/.350
.429/.455
Free Throws
28-37/16-23
26-32/13-17
12-20/10-13
8-12/9-10
4-9/8-10
17-23/14-18
15-22/8-14
5-6/7-14
16-24/12-20
14-15/17-23
25-32/16-24
15-23/5-6
12-17/9-11
15-17/12-16
9-13/6-9
13-17/14-16
12-15/7-13
9-15/12-15
16-22/7-8
7-13/9-11
18-23/11-14
FT Pct
.757/.696
.813/.765
.600/.769
.667/.900
.444/.800
.739/.778
.682/.571
.833/.500
.667/.600
.933/.739
.781/.667
.652/.833
.706/.818
.882/.750
.692/.667
.765/.875
.800/.538
.600/.800
.727/.875
.538/.818
.783/.786
Rebounds
45/44 +1
42/31 +11
31/35 (4)
37/31 +6
34/24 +10
21/23 (2)
43/38 +5
36/23 +13
45/30 +15
36/31 +5
45/28 +17
44/35 +9
36/34 +2
32/25 +7
45/32 +13
38/37 +1
34/23 +11
44/22 +22
36/32 +4
32/38 (6)
33/31 +2
Assist T/Over
15/12 10/17
18/8
15/17
11/6
17/15
8/7
9/10
11/10 20/12
11/12 16/20
23/8
11/21
23/9
15/19
21/5
12/25
20/8
12/16
18/20 21/17
15/6
17/16
16/4
12/24
19/11 24/23
25/8
15/18
19/7
12/21
14/14 16/14
13/7
20/10
17/11
8/17
14/14 13/20
11/9
14/12
Block
8/3
3/2
2/4
0/3
3/2
0/3
5/5
2/3
3/1
1/1
2/4
5/6
1/6
1/3
1/4
7/3
0/0
1/6
4/6
1/4
3/4
Steal
10/6
8/8
2/7
5/1
2/7
9/7
5/5
13/6
11/7
8/5
12/12
6/7
15/7
11/14
9/5
11/4
5/5
5/6
10/1
9/8
7/8
Fouls
21/26
17/23
18/21
12/17
13/13
20/24
17/23
16/12
20/22
19/17
22/23
13/21
10/15
19/19
12/12
14/14
13/14
11/16
10/15
15/13
18/20
2014-15 Sun Devil Women's Basketball
Arizona State Team High/Low Analysis (as of Jan 30, 2015)
All games
Arizona State - TEAM GAME HIGHS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
89
88
88
83
81
81
36
36
71
65
.590
.531
9
8
19
19
.538
.500
.500
28
26
37
32
32
.933
.882
45
45
45
45
25
23
23
15
13
8
7
24
21
22
21
(36-61)
(26-49)
(7-13)
(8-16)
(4-8)
(14-15)
(15-17)
at Illinois State (12/16/14)
at Arizona (01/08/15)
NORTHWESTERN (12/21/14)
BAKERSFIELD (11/19/14)
LEHIGH (12/20/14)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
at Arizona (01/08/15)
at Illinois State (12/16/14)
at Illinois State (12/16/14)
ARIZONA (1/10/15)
at Arizona (01/08/15)
vs Vanderbilt (11/30/14)
at MIAMI (11-25-14)
SMU (12/6/14)
vs Green Bay (11/29/14)
at MIAMI (11-25-14)
at California (1/16/15)
SMU (12/6/14)
YALE (12/28/14)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
BAKERSFIELD (11/19/14)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
NORTHWESTERN (12/21/14)
BAKERSFIELD (11/19/14)
LEHIGH (12/20/14)
WASHINGTON STATE (1/5/15)
at Arizona (01/08/15)
NORTHWESTERN (12/21/14)
at Illinois State (12/16/14)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
at Arizona (01/08/15)
UC DAVIS (12/13/14)
SMU (12/6/14)
WASHINGTON (1/3/15)
UC DAVIS (12/13/14)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
ARIZONA (1/10/15)
WASHINGTON STATE (1/5/15)
NORTHWESTERN (12/21/14)
NORTHWESTERN (12/21/14)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
2014-15 Sun Devil Women's Basketball
Arizona State High/Low Analysis (as of Jan 30, 2015)
All games
Opponent - GAME HIGHS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
75
68
67
67
64
27
27
63
63
.610
.540
7
5
5
20
17
.500
.500
17
16
16
24
23
23
.900
.875
.875
44
38
38
20
14
14
14
12
6
6
6
6
25
24
26
24
(25-41)
(27-50)
(2-4)
(2-4)
(9-10)
(14-16)
(7-8)
NORTHWESTERN (12/21/14)
OREGON STATE (1/25/15)
vs Vanderbilt (11/30/14)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
WASHINGTON STATE (1/5/15)
NORTHWESTERN (12/21/14)
vs Green Bay (11/29/14)
at Arizona (01/08/15)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
vs Vanderbilt (11/30/14)
vs Green Bay (11/29/14)
OREGON STATE (1/25/15)
at Colorado (1/30/15)
NORTHWESTERN (12/21/14)
OREGON STATE (1/25/15)
vs Villanova (11/28/14)
ARIZONA (1/10/15)
YALE (12/28/14)
LEHIGH (12/20/14)
NORTHWESTERN (12/21/14)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
NORTHWESTERN (12/21/14)
LEHIGH (12/20/14)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
vs Villanova (11/28/14)
ARIZONA (1/10/15)
OREGON (1/23/15)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
OREGON STATE (1/25/15)
SMU (12/6/14)
NORTHWESTERN (12/21/14)
OREGON STATE (1/25/15)
at California (1/16/15)
WASHINGTON STATE (1/5/15)
NORTHWESTERN (12/21/14)
OREGON (1/23/15)
at Stanford (1/19/15)
WASHINGTON (1/3/15)
YALE (12/28/14)
at Illinois State (12/16/14)
WASHINGTON (1/3/15)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
vs Vanderbilt (11/30/14)
2014-15 Sun Devil Women's Basketball
Arizona State High/Low Analysis (as of Jan 30, 2015)
All games
Arizona State - GAME LOWS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
51
57
57
60
62
20
22
22
22
46
47
.359
.361
1
3
3
3
3
8
8
.083
.188
4
5
6
9
.444
.538
21
31
8
11
11
11
11
2
2
0
0
0
8
9
10
10
(23-64)
(22-61)
(1-12)
(3-16)
(4-9)
(7-13)
vs Villanova (11/28/14)
vs Green Bay (11/29/14)
OREGON STATE (1/25/15)
at Stanford (1/19/15)
WASHINGTON (1/3/15)
vs Villanova (11/28/14)
at MIAMI (11-25-14)
OREGON STATE (1/25/15)
at Colorado (1/30/15)
at California (1/16/15)
at Colorado (1/30/15)
WASHINGTON (1/3/15)
OREGON STATE (1/25/15)
at Illinois State (12/16/14)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
vs Villanova (11/28/14)
vs Vanderbilt (11/30/14)
LEHIGH (12/20/14)
LEHIGH (12/20/14)
YALE (12/28/14)
at Illinois State (12/16/14)
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (11/14/14)
vs Green Bay (11/29/14)
UC DAVIS (12/13/14)
UC DAVIS (12/13/14)
vs Green Bay (11/29/14)
vs Green Bay (11/29/14)
OREGON STATE (1/25/15)
vs Vanderbilt (11/30/14)
at MIAMI (11-25-14)
vs Villanova (11/28/14)
at MIAMI (11-25-14)
vs Green Bay (11/29/14)
vs Vanderbilt (11/30/14)
at Colorado (1/30/15)
at MIAMI (11-25-14)
vs Green Bay (11/29/14)
vs Villanova (11/28/14)
vs Vanderbilt (11/30/14)
at California (1/16/15)
OREGON (1/23/15)
vs Villanova (11/28/14)
WASHINGTON (1/3/15)
OREGON (1/23/15)
2014-15 Sun Devil Women's Basketball
Arizona State High/Low Analysis (as of Jan 30, 2015)
All games
Opponent - GAME LOWS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
41
42
44
46
48
15
17
17
17
41
44
.270
.309
0
0
4
4
4
.000
.000
5
6
6
8
.500
.538
22
23
23
23
4
5
1
1
0
1
1
10
10
12
12
(17-63)
(17-55)
(0-7)
(0-12)
(7-14)
(7-13)
at Arizona (01/08/15)
SMU (12/6/14)
at Illinois State (12/16/14)
vs Villanova (11/28/14)
WASHINGTON (1/3/15)
at Illinois State (12/16/14)
vs Villanova (11/28/14)
SMU (12/6/14)
at Arizona (01/08/15)
vs Vanderbilt (11/30/14)
at Illinois State (12/16/14)
at Arizona (01/08/15)
SMU (12/6/14)
SMU (12/6/14)
LEHIGH (12/20/14)
vs Green Bay (11/29/14)
YALE (12/28/14)
ARIZONA (1/10/15)
SMU (12/6/14)
LEHIGH (12/20/14)
YALE (12/28/14)
at Arizona (01/08/15)
YALE (12/28/14)
OREGON (1/23/15)
UC DAVIS (12/13/14)
at California (1/16/15)
at Stanford (1/19/15)
vs Vanderbilt (11/30/14)
UC DAVIS (12/13/14)
at California (1/16/15)
WASHINGTON (1/3/15)
at Illinois State (12/16/14)
vs Villanova (11/28/14)
OREGON (1/23/15)
at California (1/16/15)
at Illinois State (12/16/14)
LEHIGH (12/20/14)
vs Villanova (11/28/14)
at Stanford (1/19/15)
UC DAVIS (12/13/14)
at Arizona (01/08/15)
SUN DEVIL WBB CAREER HIGHS
PEACE AMUKAMARA’S CAREER BESTS
Category
Career Best
PROMISE AMUKAMARA’S CAREER BESTS
Category
Career Best
SOPHIE BRUNNER’S CAREER BESTS
Category
Career Best
Points
11 vs. SMU 12.6.14
Points
21 (2x) last vs. Vanderbilt 11.30.14
Points
26 vs. Arizona 1.10.15
FGs
3 vs. SMU 12.6.14
FGs
9 at Arizona 2.19.13
FGs
11 vs. Arizona 1.10.15
FG Att
7 vs. SMU 12.6.14
FG Att
15 at Stanford 1.19.15
FG Att
15 (3x) last vs. Arizona 1.10.15
3ptrs
1 (6x) last vs. Oregon 1.23.15
3ptrs
2 (3x) last at Cal 1.16.15
3ptrs
3 pt Att
3 vs. Middle Tennessee 11.14.14
3 pt Att
5 vs. Colorado 2.17.13
3 pt Att
1 (4x) last vs. Washington 1.3.15
Rebs
8 vs. SMU 12.6.14
Rebs
14 vs. Washington State 3.7.13
Rebs
13 (2x) last vs. Northwestern 12.21.14
Assists
6 vs. SMU 12.6.14
Assists
5 (3x) last vs. UC Davis 12.13.14
Assists
4 vs. Cal 1.17.14
Steals
2 (4x) last vs. Arizona 1.10.15
Steals
7 vs. Florida 11.25.12
Steals
4 (2x) last vs. WSU 1.5.15
Blocks
1 (2x) last vs. Northwestern 12.21.14
Blocks
2 (2x) last vs. Washington 2.16.12
Blocks
3 vs. Syracuse 12.30.13
Minutes
24 vs. SMU 12.6.14
Minutes
40 at Arizona 2.19.13
Minutes
35 at Miami 11.25.14
ELISHA DAVIS’ CAREER BESTS
Category
Career Best
QUINN DORNSTAUDER’S CAREER BESTS
Category
Career Best
AYANNA EDWARDS’ CAREER BESTS
Category
Career Best
Points
16 vs. Northwestern 12.21.14
Points
19 at Illinois State 12.16.14
Points
6 (2x) last at Illinois State 12.16.14
FGs
5 (2x) last vs. Northwestern 12.21.14
FGs
9 at Illinois State 12.16.14
FGs
3 (2x) last at Illinois State 12.16.14
FG Att
11 (2x) last at Stanford 1.19.15
FG Att
12 at Illinois State 12.16.14
FG Att
6 at Illinois State 12.16.14
3ptrs
3 vs. Oregon 1.23.15
3ptrs
3ptrs
3 pt Att
6 (2x) last vs. USC 3.3.13
3 pt Att
3 pt Att
Rebs
7 at Arizona 1.8.15
Rebs
11 vs. Yale 12.28.14
Rebs
Assists
11 at Illinois State 12.16.14
Assists
1 (10x) last at Stanford 1.19.15
Assists
Steals
4 at Illinois State 12.16.14
Steals
2 (3x) last vs. Oregon State 1.25.15
Steals
Blocks
1 (4x) last vs. Oregon 1.23.15
Blocks
6 vs. Middle Tennessee 11.14.14
Blocks
1 (4x) last vs. Oregon 1.23.15
Minutes
33 vs. Northwestern 12.21.14
Minutes
21 (2x) last vs. Northwestern 12.21.14
Minutes
9 (2x) last at Illinois State 12.16.14
ARNECIA HAWKINS’ CAREER BESTS
Category
Career Best
KATIE HEMPEN’S CAREER BESTS
Category
Career Best
2 (3x) last at Illinois State 12.16.14
NICOLE IADEMARCO’S CAREER BESTS
Category
Career Best
Points
18 vs. WSU 2.1.13
Points
22 vs. Oregon State 1.25.15
Points
2 vs. Middle Tennessee 11.14.14
FGs
7 vs. WSU 2.1.13
FGs
8 (2x) last vs. Oregon State 1.25.15
FGs
1 vs. Middle Tennessee 11.14.14
FG Att
14 vs. Washington 2.3.13
FG Att
16 at Oregon 2.28.14
FG Att
3 vs. Middle Tennessee 11.14.14
3ptrs
4 vs. WSU 2.1.13
3ptrs
6 vs. Oregon State 1.25.15
3ptrs
3 pt Att
9 vs. Washington 2.3.13
3 pt Att
9 (5x) last vs. WSU 1.5.15
3 pt Att
2 vs. Middle Tennessee 11.14.14
Rebs
6 (2x) last at Arizona 1.8.15
Rebs
^7 (2x) last vs. Northwestern 12.21.14
Rebs
1 (2x) last vs. Bakersfield 11.19.14
Assists
3 (2x) last vs. Arizona 2.24.13
Assists
5 (3x) last at Stanford 1.19.15
Assists
1 (2x) last vs. SMU 12.6.14
Steals
6 at Utah 1.20.13
Steals
5 (2x) last vs. USC 1.10.14
Steals
1 vs. SMU 12.6.14
Blocks
2 at Boston College 12.9.12
Blocks
^2 at Morehead State 2.25.12
Blocks
Minutes
25 (2x) last vs. Washington 2.3.13
Minutes
38 vs. WSU 1.5.15
Minutes
^ - once while playing at SIUE 2011-12
9 vs. SMU 12.6.14
SUN DEVIL WBB CAREER HIGHS
TIA KANOA’S CAREER BESTS
Category
Points
Career Best
KELSEY MOOS’ CAREER BESTS
Category
Career Best
ELIZA NORMEN’S CAREER BESTS
Category
Career Best
Points
19 at CSUF 12.14.13
Points
12 vs. Vanderbilt 11.30.14
FGs
8 at CSUF 12.14.13
FGs
5 vs. Vanderbilt 11.30.14
FG Att
10 (4x) last vs. Green Bay 11.29.14
FG Att
7 (2x) last vs. Vanderbilt 11.30.14
3ptrs
3ptrs
2 (3x) last at Cal 1.16.15
3ptrs
1 (2x) last vs. Washington 2.3.13
3 pt Att
3 pt Att
3 (2x) last at Miami 11.25.14
3 pt Att
3 vs. Washington 2.3.13
2 vs. Middle Tennessee 11.14.14
FGs
FG Att
2 vs. Middle Tennessee 11.14.14
Rebs
2 vs. Bakersfield 11.19.14
Rebs
12 vs. Syracuse 12.30.13
Rebs
9 vs. UC Davis 12.13.14
Assists
1 vs. Middle Tennessee 11.14.14
Assists
5 vs. UC Davis 12.13.14
Assists
5 at CSUF 12.14.13
Steals
1 vs. Middle Tennessee 11.14.14
Steals
4 vs. Washington 1.3.15
Steals
3 vs. Middle Tennessee 11.14.14
Blocks
1 (5x) last vs. UC Davis 12.13.14
Blocks
3 vs. Arizona 1.10.15
Minutes
34 vs. Oregon State 1.25.15
Minutes
27 vs. North Carolina 11.29.13
Blocks
Minutes
9 vs. Bakersfield 11.19.14
ISIDORA PURKOVIC’S CAREER BESTS
Category
Career Best
Points
10 vs. Binghamton 12.1.12
FGs
4 vs. Binghamton 12.1.12
FG Att
8 at UTEP 11.18.12
3ptrs
2 (2x) last at Arizona 1.8.15
3 pt Att
3 (2x) last vs. San Diego 12.12.12
Rebs
3 at Cal 2.8.13
Assists
2 (2x) last vs. Washington 2.3.13
Steals
1 (3x) last vs. Sacred Heart 12.8.13
Blocks
Minutes
26 vs. Washington 2.3.13