Click to play the 2008 promo video.
|Kelsey Nelson||Senior||Riley (Cloud County CC)|
|Kelsey Hill||Sophomore||Lenexa (St. Thomas Aquinas)|
|Shalin Spani||Sophomore||Lee's Summit, Mo. (Metro Academy)|
|Danielle Zanotti||Senior||Yukon, Ok. (Mustang)|
|Alina Voronenko||Freshman||Otterville, Mo. (Smithton)|
|Jalana Childs||Freshman||Orlando, Fl. (Timber Creek)|
|Branshea Brown||Freshman||Walterboro, S.C. (Colleton Co.)|
|Kari Kincaid||Junior||Andover (Andover Central)|
|Jenny Gilbertson||Freshman||Wabasha, Mn. (Winona Cotter)|
Shalee, age 8, waiting to go in
|Erin Grant, TTU|
|Shalee Lehning, KSU|
|Stacey Dales, OU|
|Toccara Williams, TAMU|
|Lyndsey Medders, ISU|
|#1 - Whitney Boddie, Auburn|
|#2 - Shalee Lehning, Kansas State|
|#3 - Courtney Vandersloot, Gonzaga|
|4/05/09 Shalee Lehning: Lowe's Senior All-American|
Shalee was named a first team All-American by Lowe's today. Here's the announcement from Sports Information, and the announcement from the Senior Class Award site. Unfortunately Shalee, who strongly led in fan voting for the women's basketball Senior Class Award, was not named. That award went to another Big 12 player who we've grown a little weary of hearing about.
|3/31/09 Shalee Lehning: AP All-American|
The Associated Press All-American team has been announced, and among those named as honorable mention was K-State's own Shalee Lehning. Here's the story from CJOnline, and the release from Sports Information.
|3/22/09 "She is a special, special point guard."|
"She just knows where every player is out on the floor," Drexel head coach Denise Dillon said of Shalee Lehning. "She sets the defense up, she draws the defense, she kicks it out, and she finds the open player. In the years I have been coaching basketball and the years playing, I have not seen a point guard with that much talent with the ball, knowing where every kid is on the floor. She is a special, special point guard. I will enjoy watching her from this point forward, but it was tough to see her out there against us tonight."
|3/21/09 Cats squeeze by Drexel by 24 points!|
At least that's the way the ESPN announcers told the story. You'd never know that Deb Patterson cleared the bench tonight except for Shalin, who is still recovering. Shalee would have registered yet another triple-double, had she not been on the bench for nine minutes. She was one rebound and five points short in 31 minutes of play. Zanotti was awesome on defense, and Gipson had 18 points. Kari and Ashley each had 11 points. Here's the AP's story on the game, via the Big 12 site.
|3/15/09 2009 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament Selection Show|
Don't bother trying to find out about this show from the incredibly worthless NCAA Web site! I got the details from the Texas A&M WBB site. The show will be on ESPN and ESPNU on Monday, March 16 at 6 P.M. CDT. You can also visit ESPN360.com. Seriously... I challenge anyone to find this simple paragraph of information from the NCAA.
In addition, according to the ESPN Programming Guide, there will be extended coverage of the tournament in the hour following the selection show, only on ESPNU.
|3/09/09 All-Big 12 Conference: Shalee, Ashley and Marlies|
The Big 12 Conference has just released the All-Big 12 honors for 2009. Shalee and Ashley made the first team, and Marlies is second-team. Congratulations to our outstanding players on these accomplishments!
|3/09/09 Big 12 Tournament Bracket|
The Big 12 Conference has released the 2009 Women's Basketball Postseason Tournament Info. The Cats' opening game vs. Colorado is on Thursday, March 12 at 11 A.M. Actually, click here if you want a conventional bracket.
|3/07/09 Cats defeat Colorado / Shalee Lehning records fifth career triple-double|
While playing 32 minutes in her ongoing recovery from mono, Shalee left Boulder with her third triple-double of the season (from 16 points, 11 rebounds and 12 assists), the fifth of her career. The NCAA career record is seven, and Shalee is now in third place all-time. We all know Shalee well enough to know she would credit her teammates for making the shots she set them up for, but she's not #2 in the country in assists by accident.
Marlies had a game-high 21 points and eight rebounds, leaving her with 45 points for the week. Ashley added 13 points, and Kari had nine. One other thing: Shalee shot 70% from the field.
|2/19/09 Shalee Lehning's #5 jersey will be retired.|
Kansas State University announced today that on March 1, Shalee's jersey will be retired. I've been predicting this throughout the season, and couldn't be more thrilled about this announcement. Be sure to click the link here and be reminded of all of Shalee's achievements. I've been at K-State since 1970, and over that time I think of three players who played with 100% effort, were always unselfish and were exceptional role models and leaders, on and off the court: Lon Kruger, Steve Henson and Shalee Lehning.
Our women's basketball program has had so many exceptional young women during the Patterson era. Shalee is always quick to recognize her teammates. Now the time has come for the university to thank Shalee for what by any measure I can think of has been the finest example of leadership and team play ever witnessed in this program.
|2/16/09 Jalana Childs: Big 12 Freshman of the Week|
For her first career start, K-State's own Jalana Childs added 14 points and 16 (!) rebounds, registering her first double-double on the Cats' way to victory over Okie State. Here's the announcement from the Big 12.
|2/04/09 Shalee's one of 10 finalists for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award.|
Here's a release from Sports Information. Be sure to have a look at Shalee's nomination page on the same site. Read the announcement from Lowe's. Online voting by fans ended on March 22.
|1/31/09 Ohlde moves south|
Nicole Ohlde has been traded to the Phoenix Mercury for her sixth season in the WNBA, which will begin in June. Here's the team's announcement.
|1/27/09 Ashley Sweat leads the Cats over Nebraska|
Ashley had another great offensive night, contributing 18 points in a hard-fought win over NU. Not only did she lead the team, she hit eight of 10 from the field. Can you earn a double-double off steals? Shalee had eight rebounds and five steals. I was just wondering, for future reference. When things were close in the first half, I thought we should put in Shalin Spani. She made three sweet threes. The story of the game might be that the Cats hit 50% from the field in the second half, to Nebraska's 39%.
|1/24/09 Cats improve to 17 - 1 in Lawrence|
It was a great feeling walking into Frog Allen Field House this morning knowing the Cats were going to win. I also knew it wouldn't be a pushover, because the Squawks had a score (namely, a 33-point score) to settle.
The largest lead of the game may have been the nine-point margin of victory. The Cats weren't playing as loose as usual. They clearly wanted this victory, and I felt they played somewhat lower-risk ball than is usually the case. Once again, we saw the confidence gained from the conference championship keeping them composed when the Yellow-Shoed Bluebirds would make a run at them.
Let's not go any farther without a tip of the hat to Marlies Gipson. She hit several critical jump shots to keep us in the lead. Marlies finished with 23 points, shot 66% and was perfect from the line. She also had four blocks — sufficient to keep her in third place in NCAA Division I — and let's not overlook her eight rebounds. Ashley Sweat was big-time for us, as well. She went 7 of 11 in field goals for 64%, and hit 4 of 5 free throws, some of them very valuable for keeping our momentum. Shalee Lehning had 13 points, and hit 4 of 5 on free throws. Her six assists moved her into third place in the Big 12 career assist list, as you can see in the table above.
K-State fans did a nice job of showing up for this early call in Larry. Once again we outnumbered KU fans, but we didn't fill the building, so let's work on that for next year.
It was fascinating to watch Coach P in time outs. I sat behind the team for a number of years, and today I saw a different approach. She virtually never drew up a play. Instead, she was extremely animated, acting out things she had seen on the court. With this veteran team, she doesn't need to teach the game. She seemed to be demonstrating maneuvers that she didn't want to see any more. She was intense, seeming to be telling the Cats that they could handle whatever was put before them, if they would focus on it. I thought it was an amazing job of coaching, well-suited to this group of players.
As this is written, there are three teams in the AP Top 25 that are undefeated. Only five ranked teams have a better record. Our Cats are taking us on an exceptional ride. I hope we will all deliver the kind of support and home court advantage that this amazing team deserves.
Whoops! I'm back in here to add this tidbit: K-State has defeated KU in 16 of the last 17 meetings. The Squawks' millionaire coach, Bonnie Henrickson, now holds a rather modest 1-10 record against the K-State Cats.
|1/21/09 Shalee named to Wade Trophy watch list|
Sports Information announced today that #5 Shalee Lehning is one of 30 players being considered for the Wade Trophy. Criteria for the award include: game and season statistics, leadership, character, effect on their team and overall playing ability. No problem!
|1/15/09 Lehning's will pushing her past expectations|
This is a wonderful feature on K-State's own Shalee Lehning that I found on SI.com. Don't miss it!
|1/15/09 K-State's Lehning leaves it on the floor for surprising Wildcats|
That's the title of a feature by Dick Patrick in yesterday's USA Today on Captain Shalee Lehning, who needs no introduction around these parts.
|1/12/09 I blew it!|
Note to all Webmasters: Never attempt to update your Web site while watching the season premiere of 24. I apparently moved a backup the wrong direction, wiping out a later version which had my entire KU game write-up.
|1/09/09 Deb's Cats set to reel in Big 12|
That's the title of a fun column by Kevin Haskin in today's Topeka Capital.
|1/06/09 Lehning's legacy: Former Sublette star continues success at K-State|
Here's a feature story from today's Garden City Telegram about Shalee Lehning's path to K-State, and some of her thoughts as a senior leader. A visit to the Coliseum years ago led her to sign with the Cats. Win or lose, we have the finest group of basketball players in America. Go see 'em!
|1/04/09 Cats in the stats|
Shalee Lehning leads NCAA Division I in assists at 9.2 per game. Marlies Gipson is #3 in Division I in blocks per game at 3.8, and is #21 in field goal percentage, at 56.8%. Kari Kincaid is #48 in 3-point percentage, at 40.8%. Shalee is #7 in assist-to-turnover ratio. Watch out, Hawks!
|1/03/09 Talk about spin! (K-State 81, Central Arkansas 38)|
Central Arkansas coach Matt Daniel said, "This was the biggest crowd we will play in front of all year and we're starting three freshmen and a sophomore. Last year we played two Big 12 opponents, and they weren't the defending champion of the Big 12 and the point spread was greater... I think they beat us by 11 in the second half." OK, Coach, whatever you say! In the Sugar Bears' 7-22 season last year, they lost to OU 121-48, and to Okie State 107-36. The Cats won the first half tonight 46-14, then Coach P cleared the bench. Ashley played 22 of 40 minutes, and recorded 15 points. Zanotti played 17 minutes. Marlies played 23. Kari played 18. The seven non-starters averaged 13 minutes. Apparently it didn't occur to Coach Daniel that the Cats didn't score 121 because their defense was so suffocating that the Sugar Bears' possessions usually ran down the shot clock.
About the Cats... Ashley Sweat, a strong candidate for Big 12 Player of the Week, scored at a clip of .68/minute, so had she played 40 minutes, there's 27 points for her. Marlies Gipson had similar numbers, with 14 points in 23 minutes, plus three sweet blocks. Captain Lehning had 12 assists in 26 minutes (.46/minute), which extrapolates to 18½ assists for a 40-minute game! Shalee is comfortably leading NCAA Division I in assists at this time. Kelsey Nelson had three beautiful three-pointers, adding 11 points. Shalin Spani added seven points, and Branshea Brown had eight. Finally, Kari Kincaid tossed in three three-pointers, finishing with 10 points.
Note: KU is reportedly bringing buses of fans next Saturday. Come on, Cat fans. Let's keep the blue out!
|12/31/08 Here's more on triple-doubles|
It's not fun visiting the NCAA Web site. It is by far the hardest site to navigate I have ever seen. If you dig deep enough, you will find conflicting records. Also, when I link to something on their site, often it will be changed a few weeks later. They reorganize constantly.
Anyway, it appears that it's not uncommon to have two career triple-doubles, but going beyond that is rare. Here's what the NCAA records show:
|12/30/08 Cats 73, Washington 60 in a record-setting evening|
Where do we even start? OK... 12-0 is the best season start in the 40 years of K-State Women's Basketball. Shalee Lehning delivered her fourth career triple-double (19 pts. + 10 assists + 10 rebounds), the most in Big 12 history. She had one in 2006, one in 2007, one vs. Arkansas State in November, and tonight. One other player had two. I've been unable to track down the NCAA record. They don't seem to have one listed for Division I.
Ashley Sweat added 22 points to her 30 from Sunday, and she has another game on Saturday. I see a Big 12 Player of the Week in her immediate future. Marlies Gipson had another fine outing, with 17 points on 8 of 12 shooting. She had six blocks in the game. Marlies and Olga have the K-State record, which is seven. The Big 12 record for blocked shots in a game is 10.
I almost failed to mention that Shalee broke 1,000 career points tonight!
Alright fans: KU is coming to town on Jan. 10, and the students won't be back yet. The word on the message boards is that KU is tired of us coming over to Frog Allen Field House and messing with them, so they have booked a few buses for their game here in January. Let's squish this effort on their part.
|12/28/08 Ashley leads the Cats to finish off Washington State, 74-59|
Junior Ashley Sweat came to play. In 34 minutes of duty, she put 30 points on the board, going 14 of 19 from the field for 73%. She was one off her career record. Marlies Gipson recorded a double-double. Offensively she was solid, hitting 7 of 16 for 16 points. Marlies kept the Cats in the game with her 13 rebounds and two blocked shots. (She's #4 in Division I in blocks.) Shalee got in foul trouble and only played 27 minutes, but she still put another nine assists on the books.
K-State equaled the all-time best start for women's basketball, namely the first 11 games won. That record has stood for 40 years. Good luck against 4-5 Washington on Tuesday, Cats!
|12/20/08 Another big night for Marlies Gipson|
In the Cats' win over Indiana State, Marlies joined the 1,000 point club, after adding 15 points. She shot 60% from the floor, by the way.
Oh, and one more thing: Marlies became K-State's leading career shot blocker this afternoon with her six blocks. This put her total at 209, surpassing First Team All-American Nicole Ohlde's 204. Keep in mind that Marlies missed an entire conference season when she hurt her knee. That is, Marlies broke the record in 92 games played, vs. the 126 that Ohlde took to set her record. What a tremendous senior season Ms. Gipson is having!
|12/20/08 Cats off to best start in 40 years!|
Whoops! I was focused on the good news about Marlies, and have come back to point out that at 10-0, the K-State Wildcats have their best start since 1968, the first season played, when the team started with 11 wins.
|12/20/08 Shalee nominated for the Senior CLASS Award|
Shalee Lehning is one of 30 female candidates for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award. There's a PDF of all the candidates. Vote for Shalee here. (once they get their act together)
|12/08/08 Cats return to the AP poll|
In a week with a 58-point victory over Alcorn State and an impressive win over a fine Arkansas team, our Cats have appeared in today's AP poll at #25. It appears that the quest for the Big 12 championship will be a challenge, as usual. Texas A&M (8-0) is #4 this week, Oklahoma (6-2) is #5, Texas (8-0) is #6, Baylor (7-1) is #10 and Oklahoma State (3-2) is #24. Half of the Big 12 teams are ranked. You start to see what Shalee and friends are talking about in the "Only One Conference" video.
|11/25/08 Shalee sets a K-State and Big 12 record!|
With 11 points, 14 rebounds and 12 assists, Shalee Lehning set a school and conference record as she logged her third career triple-double in the Cats' victory over Arkansas State.
That said, let's not overlook Ashley Sweat's outstanding night. She went 7-10 from the field and 4-4 from the line for 18 points, leading all scorers. Congratulations to Ashley, Shalee and all the Cats for fine night in Arkansas.
|11/10/08 Shalee Lehning is a Wooden Award candidate!|
It's wonderful, and not the least surprising, that K-State's own Shalee Lehning is one of 30 candidates for the Wooden Award, described as the most prestigious individual award in college basketball. Sports Information has put together an excellent announcement, and I will let them fill in the details. Other candidates from around the Big 12 are Takia Starks of Texas A&M, Courtney Paris of Oklahoma and Andrea Riley from Oklahoma State. Here's a direct link to the Wooden Award site. Congratulations to Shalee. Regardless of the outcome, we all know what a tremendous competitor and representative of K-State she is. This just in... click on the screen capture below to visit a very cool Web site promoting Shalee for the award.
|10/23/08 KSU's Prize Catch (Shalee)|
Here's a nice article from the Hutchinson News featuring Shalee and Marlies.
|10/15/08 Shalee Lehning named preseason All-Big 12!|
Shalee was named to the Big 12 first team by the coaches of the conference. Here's the link from Sports Information. Shalee's certain to become K-State's career assist leader, surpassing Megan Mahoney, during non-conference play this fall. It's great to this wonderful person and tremendous competitor receive the recognition she deserves.
|10/01/08 Cats' 2008-09 schedule is set|
The women's basketball program has announced the season schedule. Check the Schedule and Results page to have a look. Preseason action starts with Ron McHenry's Washburn team on November 2, followed by Emporia on Nov. 7. An away matchup with UTEP on Nov. 14 will begin the regular season.
|10/01/08 Madness in Manhattan's just around the corner!|
Practice starts with Madness on October 17. Stay tuned for further details.
|9/22/08 Taber Spani commits to Tennessee|
ESPN reported today that Taber, who had narrowed the field to K-State and Tennessee, has volunteered for duty on Pat Summitt's team. I'm surprised. I thought we had a good chance. Deb's a great recruiter. I'm sure she'll look elsewhere and find yet another great Wildcat.
|8/09/08 Media sources reporting verbal commitment from Brittany Chambers|
Brittany Chambers, a 5' 8" point guard from Jordan, Minnesota, has reportedly made a verbal commitment to Deb Patterson for 2009-10. A Minnesota girls' high school basketball site, gPrep, says, "Brittany Chambers, one of the state's all-time great players verbaled the Kansas State Wildcats... Chambers holds the Minnesota state record for most points scored in a tournament game, 47 points. The 5'8" guard is a great decision maker, running the fast break. She generates easy transition buckets for her team with her excellent floor vision. Chambers is a rare athlete who has the ability to take over a game at any time and against any opponent. Chambers is also an elite volleyball player." Girls Basketball Recruit, a blog from Minnesota, is also confirming the commitment. There's a background story on Brittany in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
|7/29/08 Olga becomes a U. S. citizen|
Everyone should read Joshua Kinder's story in the Manhattan Mercury about Olga Firsova, who became a U. S. citizen on July 25.
|7/20/08 Koehn still showing she can play|
I'm so happy that NCAA career three-point record holder Laurie Koehn is still gettin' it done with the Washington Mystics. Here's a nice story in today's Hutchinson News to help you catch up. I never admired a K-State athlete, male or female, more than Laurie Koehn. Nobody ever worked harder. I don't know how many times I saw her all alone in a gym, working on her shot.
|7/15/08 K-State Women Named to National Honor Roll|
Now here's a headline which should come as no surprise to anyone! The WBCA has listed the K-State Women's Basketball team in 2nd place on its National Honor Roll. To quote Sports Information: As a team, K-State registered a 3.652 team GPA and finished second among NCAA Division I schools to South Dakota State, who tallied a 3.669 team GPA. The GPA for the Wildcats is the fourth-highest in the history of the WBCA Academic Top 25 Honor Roll. Outstanding work, Cats!
|7/15/08 K-State Leads Academic All-Big 12 / eight on Big 12 Honor Roll|
Now here's a headline which should come as no surprise to anyone! The WBCA has listed the K-State Women's Basketball team in 2nd place on its National Honor Roll. To quote Sports Information: As a team, K-State registered a 3.652 team GPA and finished second among NCAA Division I schools to South Dakota State, who tallied a 3.669 team GPA. The GPA for the Wildcats is the fourth-highest in the history of the WBCA Academic Top 25 Honor Roll. Here's the full press release from K-State Sports Information. K-State athletes named to the first team were: Carolyn McCullough (communication sciences and disorders), Shana Wheeler (special education), Marlies Gipson (elementary education), Shalee Lehning (electronic journalism), Danielle Zanotti (psychology), Kari Kincaid (secondary education) and Ashley Sweat (kinesiology). On the Academic All-Big 12 second team was senior Kimberly Dietz (marketing).
|7/01/08 Dani's European diaries|
Don't miss Danielle Zanotti's fun, informative and extremely well-written reports from the Czech Republic. You'll have a greater appreciation than ever of the intelligence and ability of the student athletes of the K-State Women's Basketball program.
There's also a photo gallery along with it.
|6/26/08 Cats defeat Czech under-18 national team|
Ashley Sweat had a big night in the Cats' game vs. the national team, with 20 points. Here's the report from Sports Information. Our Cats are undefeated against all opponents on the European continent!
|6/21/08 Cats headed to Europe
I've been around the women's basketball team a fair amount the past two weeks, but didn't know until today that they will leave for Europe on June 23, to play in the Czech Republic and Austria. The full release is on the Sports Information site.
|Big 12 Sports||Big 12 Conference official site|
|Big 12 Women's Basketball||Big 12 Conference official site|
|Big 12 Women's Basketball Media Guide||Download by section.|
|Big 12 Women's Basketball Statistics||Big 12 Conference official site|
|Atlanta Dream||Shalee Lehning|
|Phoenix Mercury||Nicole Ohlde|
|Washington Mystics||Laurie Koehn|
|College Sports.com||all kinds of information|
|Inside K-State Sports||Cat Cribs video, etc.|
|K-State Sports Information||main K-State sports site|
|Newspapers with KSU Sports Coverage||
K. C. Star
Manhattan Mercury Wichita Eagle
|ESPN Women's Basketball||K-State News|
|ESPN Women's Basketball||main page|
|K-State Women's Basketball||K-State Sports Information|
|K-State Women's Basketball Schedule and Results||K-State Sports Information|
|K-State Women's Basketball Season Stats||stats through the latest game|
|K-State Women's Hoops||background info and fun stuff|
|Yahoo! live audio||Listen to the Cats' broadcasts.|
|NCAA||the official site|
|NCAA Men's and Women's Basketball Rules 2008-2009||PDF, 1.6 MB (download)|
|NCAA Men's and Women's Basketball Rules 2008-2009||PDF, 1.6 MB (order)|
|NCAA Women's Basketball||main page|
|NCAA Women's Basketball Records 2008-09||PDF, 7 MB (download)|
|NCAA Women's Basketball Records 2009||PDF, 392 KB (download)|
|NCAA Women's Basketball Records Page||main page|
|NCAA Women's Basketball Statistics||individual and team|
|AP Women's Poll
|released on Mondays|
|Coaches' Women's Poll
|released on Tuesdays|
|Combined Women's Polls
|released on Mondays|
|RPI - Real Time
|Basketball Banquet 2008||May 3, 2008||Team Photo|
|Big 12 Championship Trophy||March 6, 2008||Beautiful, isn't it?|
|Brit Jacobson||March 6, 1997||celebrating a win over KU|
|Carolyn McCullough, Kimberly Dietz, Shana Wheeler||March 1, 2008||Senior Day 1|
|Carolyn McCullough, Kimberly Dietz, Shana Wheeler||March 1, 2008||Senior Day 2|
|Claire Coggins||June 4, 2007||Claire vs. Nicole Ohlde in the WNBA|
|Deb Patterson and Ed O'Donnell||January 9, 2002||game day action|
|Deb Patterson and Sue Serafini||Nov. 24, 2002||applauding the WNIT championship|
|Ed O'Donnell interviews Deb Patterson||2001||Ed covered the Cats for 18 years.|
|Jenny Coalson||Dec. 1999||action photo|
|Kendra Wecker||Jan. 5, 2002||rebounding vs. ISU|
|Kendra Wecker||Jan. 23, 2002||action vs. KU|
|Kendra Wecker||Nov. 20, 2002||action vs. Southern Cal|
|Kendra Wecker||Jan. 11, 2005||action vs. MU|
|Laurie Koehn||Jan. 23, 2002||action vs. KU|
|Laurie Koehn||Jan. 27, 2002||action vs. Texas Tech|
|Laurie Koehn||Oct. 31, 2002||at Big 12 Media Day|
|Laurie Koehn||Nov. 15, 2002||WNIT action vs. Ball State|
|Laurie Koehn||Dec. 7, 2002||action vs. Middle Tennessee St.|
|Laurie Koehn's record||thru 2006||nobody close to breaking it!|
|Laurie Koehn and Deb Patterson||Nov. 24, 2002||after the WNIT championship|
|Megan Mahoney||Jan. 19, 2002||action vs. Oklahoma State|
|Megan Mahoney||Jan. 27, 2002||celebration -- Texas Tech win|
|Megan Mahoney||Nov. 24, 2002||guarding Kelly Mazzante|
|Megan Mahoney and Chelsea Domenico||Nov. 24, 2002||with the WNIT trophy - 1|
|Megan Mahoney and Chelsea Domenico||Nov. 24, 2002||with the WNIT trophy - 2|
|Morgen Finneran||1999 - 2000||action photo|
|Morgen Finneran||1999||at practice|
|Morgen Finneran and Nicky Ramage||Oct. 28, 1999||signing autographs|
|Nicky Ramage||1999||at practice|
|Nicky Ramage||Jan. 2000||action photo|
|Nicky Ramage||Feb. 22, 2000||action photo|
|Nicole Ohlde||Oct. 30, 2001||at Fright Night|
|Nicole Ohlde||Nov. 7, 2001||action vs. Houston Jaguars|
|Nicole Ohlde||Jan. 2, 2002||in the defeat of #4 Iowa State|
|Nicole Ohlde||Jan. 5, 2002||action vs. Baylor|
|Nicole Ohlde||Jan. 12, 2002||shooting vs. Nebraska|
|Nicole Ohlde||Jan. 23, 2002||action vs. KU|
|Nicole Ohlde||Jan. 23, 2002||action vs. KU #2|
|Nicole Ohlde||Nov. 20, 2002||action vs. Southern Cal|
|Nicole Ohlde||Dec. 7, 2002||action vs. Weber State|
|Player Introductions||Feb. 20, 2002||as seen from my seat|
|Shalee Lehning||January, 2009||diving for a ball (Orlin Wagner, AP)|
|Women's Basketball Team||1999 - 2000||team photo|
|Women's Basketball Team||2000 - 2001||my composite of pics|
|Women's Basketball Team||2001 - 2002||my composite of pics|
|Women's Basketball Team||2002 - 2003||my composite of pics|
|Women's Basketball Team||2006 - 2007||my composite of pics|
|Women's Basketball Team||2007 - 2008||my composite of pics|
|Women's Basketball Team||2008 - 2009||my composite of pics|
|Claire Coggins: The Shot||November 17, 2006||54-footer vs. Wyoming||00:48 / 5 MB / .mp4|
|Kendra Wecker interviews Laurie Koehn||February 26, 2005||Kendra Wecker Day on Fox||02:56 / 7 MB / .mov|
|Kendra Wecker's WNBA draft||April 16, 2005||drafted by San Antonio||02:45 / 6 MB / .mov|
|Kendra Wecker sets the Big 12 record||March 9, 2005||post-game interview||03:53 / 4 MB / .mp3|
|Laurie Koehn sets the NCAA record||March 21, 2005||vs. Vanderbilt in Seattle||02:07 / 12 MB / .mov|
|Megan Mahoney's comments||March 13, 2005||after her season-ending injury||00:28 / 0.5 MB / .mp3|
|Only One Conference||October 19, 2008||2008 season ticket promotion||00:31 / 2.5 MB / .mp4|
|Kids... just say no to KU.|