2013–14 BYU Cougars women's basketball team

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2013–14 BYU Cougars women's basketball
BYUlogo.png
NCAA, Sweet Sixteen, L UConn 51–70
Conference West Coast Conference
Ranking
Coaches #18
AP #RV
2013–14 record 28–7 (14–4 WCC)
Head coach Jeff Judkins (13th year)
Assistant coach Melinda Bendall (3rd year)
Assistant coach Ray Stewart (3rd year)
Assistant coach Dan Nielson (1st year)
Home arena Marriott Center
Seasons
« 2012–13 2014–15 »
2013–14 West Coast Conference women's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#18 Gonzaga 16 2   .889     29 5   .853
BYU 14 4   .778     28 7   .800
Pacific 12 6   .667     18 13   .581
Saint Mary's 11 7   .611     23 10   .697
San Diego 11 7   .611     24 9   .727
Portland 7 11   .389     14 16   .467
Santa Clara 6 12   .333     10 20   .333
San Francisco 6 12   .333     12 19   .387
Loyola Marymount 6 12   .333     9 21   .300
Pepperdine 1 17   .056     6 25   .194
2014 West Coast Conference Women's Basketball Tournament winner
As of March 29, 2014; Rankings from AP Poll[1][2]

The 2013–14 BYU Cougars women's basketball team represented Brigham Young University during the 2013–14 college basketball season. It was head coach Jeff Judkins thirteenth season at BYU. The Cougars, members of the West Coast Conference, played their home games at the Marriott Center. The Cougars placed second in both the regular season and the conference tournament. They qualified for the NCAA Tournament where they became the only team to lead UConn in the second half of a game during the season before their Sweet Sixteen departure.

Before the season[edit]

Departures[edit]

Name Number Pos. Height Year Hometown Notes
Haley Steed 33 G 5'4" Super Senior (6th year) Syracuse, Utah Graduated
Keilani Unga 41 F 6'2" Senior Warrenville, Illinois Graduated

Recruiting[edit]

As early recruiting began, BYU had 3 players commit to play.[3]

Name Pos. Height Hometown High School Notes
Cassie Broadhead G 5'9" Glenville, New York Scotia-Glenville High School She’s a three-time Foothills Council MVP and a four-time Foothills Council First Team honoree. Her team has won the Foothill Council Championship the last three years. Broadhead has garnered three straight NBC News Channel 13 All-Star honors, has been named a Gazette Newspaper First Team All-Area recipient three straight times and has picked up two Second Team All-State Class A awards.
Amy Harris G 5'9" Santa Clara, Utah Snow Canyon Harris is a three-year letterwinner at Snow Canyon High School where she’s averaged 12.2 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game. The 5-foot-9 guard was named an Adidas All-American (only 100 girls each year receive such honor). She helped guide Snow Canyon to a 3A girl’s basketball 2012 championship where she was named the tournament’s MVP. Harris has also played on the Salt Lake Metro Basketball Club team.
Kalani Purcell F 6'2" Hamilton, New Zealand John Paul College Purcell, a 6-foot-2 forward, has played on the Queensland U18 team that has won three-straight Australian State Championship silver medals. In 2009 she was on the New Zealand U17 national team. Purcell, a native of New Zealand, prepped at John Paul College High School that won back-to-back national championships. The team is currently in Melbourne defending its title. In 2012 she received an invitation to try out for the New Zealand Tall Ferns, the national team, and she has also played for the New Zealand Force Cougars.

2013–14 media[edit]

BYU Radio Sports Network Affiliates[edit]

All Lady Cougar games that didn't conflict with men's basketball or football games were featured live on BYU Radio found nationwide on Dish Network 980, on Sirius XM 143, and online at www.byuradio.org.

Roster[edit]

2013–14 BYU Cougars women's basketball team
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Height Year High School/Junior College Home town
G 1 Stratton, CarlyCarly Stratton 5 ft 7 in (1.7 m) So Hurricane St. George, UT
G 2 Harris, AmyAmy Harris 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Fr Snow Canyon Santa Clara, UT
G 3 Garfield, AshleyAshley Garfield 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Jr Morgan Morgan, UT
G 4 Beeston, KimKim Beeston 5 ft 11 in (1.8 m) RS Sr Wasatch Heber, UT
C 5 Hamson, JenniferJennifer Hamson 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) Sr Pleasant Grove Lindon, UT
G 11 Harry, XojianXojian Harry 5 ft 11 in (1.8 m) Jr Viewmont Bountiful, UT
G 12 Rovetti, StephanieStephanie Rovetti 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m) RS Jr Reno Reno, NV
G 15 Maeda, KylieKylie Maeda 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m) So Iolani Honolulu, HI
G 20 Broadhead, CassieCassie Broadhead 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) Fr Scotia Glenville Glenville, NY
G 21 Eaton, LexiLexi Eaton 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) So Springville Mapleton, UT
G/F 22 Fuller, KristineKristine Fuller 5 ft 11 in (1.8 m) RS Fr Palm Harbor University Crystal Beach, FL
G 23 Morrison, MakenziMakenzi Morrison 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) RS Fr Alta Draper, UT
F 34 Orton, MicaeleeMicaelee Orton 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) RS Fr Kearns Kearns, UT
F 41 Bailey, MorganMorgan Bailey 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) RS Jr Timpanogos Orem, UT
C 42 Irwin, SavannahSavannah Irwin 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) Fr La Costa Canyon Carlsbad, CA
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • (W) Walk-on

Roster
Last update: 2013-09-01

Schedule[edit]

The conference schedule increased from 16 to 18 games with the addition of Pacific. The new schedule featured a travel format scenario where you will play on the road or at home for 2 consecutive games, typically on Thursday and Saturday with the following travel partners: BYU and San Diego, Pacific and Saint Mary's, Santa Clara and San Francisco, Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine, and Gonzaga and Portland.

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Record
Exhibition
11/01/2013* 7:00 PM Colorado Mesa Marriott CenterProvo, UT W 70–66  -
11/02/2013* 3:00 PM Westminster College Marriott Center • Provo, UT W 72–60  -
Regular Season
11/08/2013* 3:00 PM South Dakota State Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 81–53  1–0
11/12/2013* 5:00 PM at UNLV Thomas and Mack CenterLas Vegas, NV MW Net W 71–64  2–0
11/16/2013* 4:00 PM Boston College Marriott Center • Provo, UT W 70–69 OT 3–0
11/23/2013* 5:00 PM at Cal State Northridge MatadomeNorthridge, CA BigWest.TV W 82–66  4–0
11/26/2013* 7:00 PM Washington State Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 80–73  5–0
11/30/2013* 2:00 PM Arizona Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 59–52  6–0
12/04/2013* 7:30 PM at Nevada Lawlor Events CenterReno, NV MW Net W 69–61  7–0
12/07/2013* 1:00 PM at Creighton D. J. Sokol ArenaOmaha, NE Jays All Access W 52–51  8–0
12/10/2013* 7:00 PM at Weber State Dee Events CenterOgden, UT Watch Big Sky W 90–85  9–0
12/14/2013* 2:00 PM Utah Marriott Center • Provo, UT
(Deseret First Duel)
BYUtv L 74–82 2OT 9–1
12/21/2013* 2:00 PM Utah State Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 84–74  10–1
12/28/2013 2:00 PM Loyola Marymount Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 90–72  11–1 (1–0)
12/30/2013 5:00 PM Pepperdine Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 65–50  12–1 (2–0)
01/02/2014 7:00 PM Pacific Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv L 62–75  12–2 (2–1)
01/04/2014 2:00 PM Saint Mary's Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 69–67 OT 13–2 (3–1)
01/09/2014 7:00 PM at Gonzaga McCarthey Athletic CenterSpokane, WA SWX L 42–68  13–3 (3–2)
01/11/2014 3:00 PM at Portland Chiles CenterPortland, OR Pilots TV W 76–68  14–3 (4–2)
01/18/2014 3:00 PM at San Diego Jenny Craig PavilionSan Diego, CA TheW.tv L 45–60  14–4 (4–3)
01/23/2014 7:00 PM San Francisco Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 81–47  15–4 (5–3)
01/25/2014 2:00 PM Santa Clara Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 61–44  16–4 (6–3)
01/30/2014 7:00 PM at Saint Mary's McKeon PavilionMoraga, CA TheW.tv L 70–75  16–5 (6–4)
02/01/2014 3:00 PM at Pacific Alex G. Spanos CenterStockton, CA TheW.tv W 88–57  17–5 (7–4)
02/06/2014 8:00 PM at Santa Clara Leavey CenterSanta Clara, UT Santa Clara TV W 87–80 OT 18–5 (8–4)
02/08/2014 2:00 PM at San Francisco War Memorial GymnasiumSan Francisco, CA USF TV W 73–66  19–5 (9–4)
02/13/2014 7:00 PM Portland Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 67–43  20–5 (10–4)
02/15/2014 2:00 PM #20 Gonzaga Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 62–52  21–5 (11–4)
02/20/2014 8:00 PM at Pepperdine Firestone FieldhouseMalibu, CA TV-32 W 89–75  22–5 (12–4)
02/22/2014 3:00 PM at Loyola Marymount Gersten PavilionLos Angeles, CA LMUSN W 91–67  23–5 (13–4)
03/01/2014 1:00 PM San Diego Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 71–58  24–5 (14–4)
2014 WCC Tournament
03/07/2014 3:00 PM vs. Pepperdine Orleans ArenaParadise, NV
(WCC Quarterfinals)
BYUtv W 77–51  25–5
03/10/2014 3:00 PM vs. Pacific Orleans Arena • Paradise, NV
(Semifinals)
BYUtv W 77–64  26–5
03/11/2014 2:00 PM vs. #18 Gonzaga Orleans Arena • Paradise, NV
(Championship)
ESPNU L 57–71  26–6
2014 NCAA Tournament
03/22/2014 4:30 PM vs. #16 NC State Pauley Pavilion • Los Angeles, CA
(NCAA 1st Round)
ESPN2/ESPN3 W 72–57  27–6
03/24/2014 7:00 PM vs. #13 Nebraska Pauley Pavilion • Los Angeles, CA
(NCAA 2nd Round)
ESPN2/ESPN3 W 80–76  28–6
03/29/2014 2:30 PM vs. #1 Connecticut Pinnacle Bank ArenaLincoln, NE
(NCAA Sweet Sixteen)
ESPN L 51–70  28–7
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Mountain Time.

Game Summaries[edit]

Exhibition: Colorado Mesa[edit]

Nov 1
7:05 pm MST
Colorado Mesa Mavericks 66, BYU Cougars 70
Scoring by half: 37-28, 29-42
Pts: Sharaya Selsor 24
Rebs: Aubry Boehme 6
Asts: Christen Lopez 6
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 25
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 13
Asts: Stephanie Rovetti 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 540[4]
Referees: Rick Showers, Kyle Bacon, Tiffany Bird

Exhibition: Westminster College[edit]

Nov 2
3:00 pm MST
Westminster Griffins 60, BYU Cougars 72
Scoring by half: 34-39, 26-33
Pts: Kelsi Wells 16
Rebs: Alli Blake, Tia Pappas & Amanda Hacking 5
Asts: Kelsi Wells & Amy Krommenhoek 3
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 20
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 11
Asts: Stephanie Rovetti 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 459[5]
Referees: Cathi Comell, Michol Murray, In'Fini Robinson

South Dakota State[edit]

Series History: First Meeting
Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Kristen Kozlowski & Skyler Hardman

Nov 8
3:05 pm MST
South Dakota State Jackrabbits 53, BYU Cougars 81
Scoring by half: 25-41, 28-40
Pts: Megan Waytashek 12
Rebs: Clarissa Ober 5
Asts: Gabby Boever 3
Pts: Kim Beeston 18
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 10
Asts: Kim Beeston 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 648[6]
Referees: Jeff Cross, Rachel Monroe, Erika Herriman

UNLV[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 27-12
Broadcasters: Adam Candee, Dominique Harris & Jesse Vineyard

MW Net
Nov 12
4:00 pm PST
BYU Cougars 71, UNLV Lady Rebels 64
Scoring by half: 33-26, 38-38
Pts: Jennifer Hamson & Xojian Harry 13
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 10
Asts: Kim Beeston 6
Pts: Mia Bell 23
Rebs: Rejane Verin & Aley Rohde 7
Asts: Danielle Miller 4
Thomas & Mack Center
Las Vegas, NV
Attendance: N/A[7]
Referees: Melissa Barlow, Scotty Hermann, James Stevens

Boston College[edit]

Series History: Boston College leads series 1-0

Nov 16
4:05 pm MST
Boston College Eagles 69, BYU Cougars 70 (OT)
Scoring by half: 34-32, 26-28 OT: 9-10
Pts: Nicole Boudreau 23
Rebs: Kristen Doherty 12
Asts: Lauren Engeln & Kristen Doherty 4
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 28
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 14
Asts: Stephanie Rovetti 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 703[8]
Referees: Brenda Pantoja, Cheryl Flores, L. Renee Robinson

Cal State Northridge[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 3-0
Broadcasters: Ryan Stanbury and Rheina Ale

BigWest.tv
Nov 23
4:00 pm PST
BYU Cougars 82, Cal State Northridge Matadors 66
Scoring by half: 43-37, 39-29
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 24
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 11
Asts: Stephanie Rovetti 6
Pts: Cinnamon Lister 20
Rebs: Camille Mahlknecht 5
Asts: Janae Sharpe 5
Matadome
Northridge, CA
Attendance: 320
Referees: Clifford Sims Sr, Alecia Murray, Brandon Self

Washington State[edit]

Series History: Series even 4-4
Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Kristen Kozlowski & Skyler Hardman

BYUtv
Nov 26
8:00 pm MST
Washington State Cougars 73, BYU Cougars 80
Scoring by half: 32-37, 41-43
Pts: Lia Galdeira 15
Rebs: Sage Romberg 9
Asts: Lia Galderia 4
Pts: Lexi Eaton 27
Rebs: Lexi Eaton 9
Asts: Kim Beeston 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 432[9]
Referees: Charles Gonzales, Cathi Cornell, Gordon Torigoe

Arizona[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 6-4
Broadcasters: Ty Brandenburg and Kristen Kozlowski

BYUtv
Nov 30
3:00 pm MST
Arizona Wildcats 56, BYU Cougars 64
Scoring by half: 33-34, 23-30
Pts: Kama Griffitts & Candice Warthen 14
Rebs: Breanna Workman 8
Asts: Candice Warthen 5
Pts: Jennifer Hamson & Morgan Bailey 18
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 16
Asts: Kylie Maeda 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 576[10]
Referees: Rick Showers, Tiffany Jump, Julie Vanni

Nevada[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 6-1
Broadcaster: Don Marchand

MW Net
Dec 3
6:30 pm PST
BYU Cougars 69, Nevada Wolf Pack 61
Scoring by half: 34-32, 35-29
Pts: Lexi Eaton 24
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 11
Asts: Lexi Eaton & Stephanie Rovetti 4
Pts: Terilyn Moe 19
Rebs: Aja Johnson 11
Asts: Aja Johnson 3
Lawlor Events Center
Reno, NV
Attendance: 736
Referees: Melissa Barlow, Michael Price, Bob Scofield

Creighton[edit]

Series History: Series tied 6-6
Broadcasters: Brad Burwell and Rob Simms

Jays All Access
Dec 7
2:05 pm CST
BYU Cougars 52, Creighton Bluejays 51
Scoring by half: 31-22, 21-29
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 20
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 13
Asts: Stephanie Rovetti 3
Pts: Marissa Janning 20
Rebs: Sarah Nelson 9
Asts: Sarah Nelson 3
D. J. Sokol Arena
Omaha, NE
Attendance: 642[11]
Referees: Wesley Dean, Doug Knight, Ann Schroeder

Weber State[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 40-9
Broadcasters: Tyson Ewing and Brandon Garside

Watch Big Sky
Dec 10
7:05 pm MST
BYU Cougars 90, Weber State Wildcats 85
Scoring by half: 38-56, 52-29
Pts: Lexi Eaton 25
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 11
Asts: Kim Beeston & Ashley Garfield 5
Pts: Jalen Carpenter 20
Rebs: Amanda Hughes 9
Asts: Desiree Ramos 8
Dee Events Center
Ogden, UT
Attendance: 855[12]
Referees: Darla Foutz, Lisa Jones, Julie Krommenhoek

Utah[edit]

Series History: Utah leads series 61-40
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Kristen Kozlowski & Spencer Linton

BYUtv
Dec 14
2:05 pm MST
Utah Utes 82, BYU Cougars 74 (OT)
Scoring by half: 33-34, 29-28 OT: 5-5, 15-7
Pts: Michelle Plouffe 24
Rebs: Michelle Plouffe 13
Asts: Danielle Rodriguez 7
Pts: Lexi Eaton 20
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 12
Asts: Lexi Eaton 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 1,070[13]
Referees: Marianne Karp, Shelley Nakasone, Tiffany Bird

Utah State[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 31-3
Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Kristen Kozlowski & Jake Edmonds

BYUtv
Dec 21
2:05 pm MST
Utah State Aggies 74, BYU Cougars 84
Scoring by half: 41-46, 33-38
Pts: Jennifer Scholtt 22
Rebs: Franny Vaaulu 9
Asts: Elise Nelson & Jennifer Scholott 4
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 24
Rebs: Ashley Garfield 15
Asts: Ashley Garfield 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 579[14]
Referees: Michelle Russi, Bethany Graves, Rigoberto Vasquez

Loyola Marymount[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 6-1
Broadcasters: Spencer Linton and Kristen Kozlowski

BYUtv
Dec 28
2:05 pm MST
Loyola Marymount Lions 72, BYU Cougars 90
Scoring by half: 36-46, 36-44
Pts: Deanna Johnson 18
Rebs: Sophie Taylor & MacKenzie Kerins 6
Asts: Hazel Ramirez 3
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 31
Rebs: Ashley Garfield 14
Asts: Kylie Maeda 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 755[15]
Referees: Anita Ortega, Cheryl Flores, Richard Waters

Pepperdine[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 5-2
Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Kristen Kozlowski & Andy Boyce

BYUtv
Dec 30
5:05 pm MST
Pepperdine Waves 50, BYU Cougars 65
Scoring by half: 30-31, 20-34
Pts: Allie Green 19
Rebs: Ea Shoushtari 8
Asts: Keita Wallace 6
Pts: Lexi Eaton 18
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 13
Asts: Kylie Maeda 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 639[16]
Referees: Karen Lasuik, Alex Carroll, Bethany Graves

Pacific[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 5-1
Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Jarom Jordan & Andy Boyce

BYUtv
Jan 2
7:05 pm MST
Pacific Tigers 75, BYU Cougars 62
Scoring by half: 38-29, 37-33
Pts: Sam Pettinger 16
Rebs: Erin Butler 6
Asts: Maddison Parrish 9
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 22
Rebs: Ashley Garfield 15
Asts: Kim Beeston & Ashley Garfield 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 455[17]
Referees: Robert Scofield, Rick Showers, Lisa Ulmer

Saint Mary's[edit]

Series History: Saint Mary's leads 3-2
Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Kristen Kozlowski & Andy Boyce

BYUtv
Jan 4
2:05 pm MST
Saint Mary's Gaels 67, BYU Cougars 69 (OT)
Scoring by half: 32-28, 30-34 OT: 5-7
Pts: Jackie Nared 26
Rebs: Carli Rosenthal & Danielle Mauldin 11
Asts: Kate Gaze 4
Pts: Lexi Eaton 19
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson & Lexi Eaton 10
Asts: Kylie Maeda & Lexi Eaton 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 649[18]
Referees: Darren Krzesnik, Shelley Nakasone, In'Fini Robinson

Gonzaga[edit]

Series History: Gonzaga leads series 7-5
Broadcasters: Greg Heister and Stephanie Hawk Freeman

Jan 9
6:00 pm PST
BYU Cougars 42, Gonzaga Bulldogs 68
Scoring by half: 21-32, 21-36
Pts: Lexi Eaton 18
Rebs: Ashley Garfield 8
Asts: Kylie Maeda 3
Pts: Sunny Greinacher 20
Rebs: Sunny Greinacher & Kiara Kurdon 7
Asts: Haiden Palmer & Jazmine Redmon 4
McCarthey Athletic Center
Spokane, WA
Attendance: 5,424[19]
Referees: Michelle Russi, Benito Luna, Alejandro Moreno

Portland[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 12-4
Broadcaster: Cody Boardman

Pilots TV
Jan 11
2:00 pm PST
BYU Cougars 75, Portland Pilots 68
Scoring by half: 43-29, 32-39
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 21
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 11
Asts: Kylie Maeda 7
Pts: Cassandra Thompson 19
Rebs: Amy Pupa 9
Asts: Jasmine Wooton & Amy Pupa 3
Chiles Center
Portland, OR
Attendance: 401[20]
Referees: Anita Ortega, Bart Baldwin, Cheryl Blue

San Diego[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 6-0
Broadcasters: Justin Alderson and Tracy Warren

TheW.tv
Jan 18
7:00 pm PST
BYU Cougars 45, San Diego Toreros 60
Scoring by half: 28-26, 17-34
Pts: Lexi Eaton 16
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 17
Asts: Lexi Eaton 2
Pts: Amy Kame 23
Rebs: Amy Kame 8
Asts: Brooke Jelniker, Amy Kame, & Sophia Ederaine 2
Jenny Craig Pavilion
San Diego, CA
Attendance: 369[21]
Referees: Richard Waters, Darren Krzesnik, Janetta Graham

San Francisco[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 8-2
Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Kristen Kozlowski & Andy Boyce

BYUtv
Jan 23
7:05 pm MST
San Francisco Dons 47, BYU Cougars 81
Scoring by half: 21-32, 21-36
Pts: Zhane Dikes 18
Rebs: Taylor Proctor 9
Asts: Aundrea Gordon & Taylor Proctor 2
Pts: Lexi Eaton 23
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 17
Asts: Kim Beeston 10
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 620[22]
Referees: Melissa Barlow, Anita Ortega, L. Renee Robinson

Santa Clara[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 6-1
Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Kristen Kozlowski & Andy Boyce

BYUtv
Jan 25
2:05 pm MST
Santa Clara Broncos 44, BYU Cougars 61
Scoring by half: 19-33, 25-28
Pts: Rici Radanovich 16
Rebs: Marie Bertholdt 7
Asts: Montana Walters 3
Pts: Morgan Bailey 18
Rebs: Morgan Bailey & Ashley Garfield 13
Asts: Ashley Garfield 3
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 770[23]
Referees: Brian Woods, Alejandro Moreno, Lisa Ulmer

Saint Mary's[edit]

Series History: Series even 3-3
Broadcasters: George Devine and Mary Hile-Nepfel

TheW.tv
Jan 30
6:00 pm PST
BYU Cougars 70, Saint Mary's Gaels 75
Scoring by half: 30-36, 40-39
Pts: Lexi Eaton 28
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 10
Asts: Lexi Eaton & Kylie Maeda 3
Pts: Kate Gaze 15
Rebs: Danielle Mauldin 13
Asts: Jackie Nared 5
McKeon Pavilion
Moraga, CA
Attendance: 264[24]
Referees: Robert Scofield, Richard Waters, Paul Patterson

Pacific[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 5-2
Broadcaster: Don Gubbins

TheW.tv
Feb 1
2:05 pm PST
BYU Cougars 88, Pacific Tigers 57
Scoring by half: 43-33, 45-24
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 25
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 18
Asts: Kylie Maeda 7
Pts: Kiki Moore 17
Rebs: Kendall Kenyon 8
Asts: Sam Pettinger 4
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 583[25]
Referees: Anita Ortega, Alex Carroll, Kenneth Nash

Santa Clara[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 7-1
Broadcaster: Doug Greenwald

Broncos TV
Feb 6
7:00 pm PST
BYU Cougars 87, Santa Clara Broncos 80 (OT)
Scoring by half: 30-40, 44-34 OT: 13-6
Pts: Lexi Eaton 31
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 18
Asts: Kim Beeston 5
Pts: Nici Gilday 29
Rebs: Marie Bertholdt, Jo Paine, & Vanessa Leo 5
Asts: Jo Paine 5
Leavey Center
Santa Clara, CA
Attendance: N/A[26]
Referees: Wanda Szermeta, Cheryl Flores, Bart Baldwin

San Francisco[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 9-2
Broadcaster: Joe Castellano

Dons TV
Feb 8
2:00 pm PST
BYU Cougars 73, San Francisco Dons 66
Scoring by half: 33-33, 40-33
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 25
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 13
Asts: Kylie Maeda 5
Pts: Paige Spietz 18
Rebs: Paige Spietz 12
Asts: Zhane Dikes, Taj Winston, Alexa Hardick, Taylor Proctor, & Aundrea Gordon 2
War Memorial Gymnasium
San Francisco, CA
Attendance: 346[27]
Referees: Cathi Cornell, Lucy Banuelos, Steve Belnap

Portland[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 13-4
Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Kristen Kozlowski & Jake Edmonds

BYUtv
Feb 13
7:05 pm MST
Portland Pilots 43, BYU Cougars 67
Scoring by half: 23-26, 20-41
Pts: Jasmine Wooton 11
Rebs: Amy Pupa 10
Asts: Jasmine Wooton 4
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 27
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 13
Asts: Kim Beeston 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 695[28]
Referees: Karen Lasuik, Michol Murray, Brian Woods

Gonzaga[edit]

Series History: Gonzaga leads series 8-5
Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Kristen Kozlowski & Andy Boyce

BYUtv
Feb 15
2:05 pm MST
Gonzaga Bulldogs 52, BYU Cougars 62
Scoring by half: 33-27, 19-35
Pts: Jazmine Redmon 15
Rebs: Haiden Palmer 10
Asts: Haiden Palmer 3
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 20
Rebs: Lexi Eaton 10
Asts: Kim Beeston 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 978[29]
Referees: Penny Davis, Lisa Ulmer, Kenneth Nash

Pepperdine[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 6-2
Broadcaster: Josh Perigo

TV-32
Feb 20
7:05 pm PST
BYU Cougars 89, Pepperdine Waves 75
Scoring by half: 53-33, 36-42
Pts: Lexi Eaton 25
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 14
Asts: Kylie Maeda 7
Pts: Ea Shoushtari 23
Rebs: Ea Shoushtari 5
Asts: Ea Shoushtari 8
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
Attendance: 115[30]
Referees: Rick Showers, Benito Luna, Michelle McCoy

Loyola Marymount[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 7-1
Broadcaster: Trace Lee

LMUSN
Feb 22
2:00 pm PST
BYU Cougars 91, Loyola Marymount Lions 67
Scoring by half: 56-29, 35-38
Pts: Kim Beeston 27
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 19
Asts: Kim Beeston 9
Pts: Deanna Johnson 23
Rebs: Emily Ben-Jumbo 10
Asts: Hazel Ramirez, Leslie Lopez-Wood, Deanna Johnson, & Taylor Anderson 2
Gersten Pavilion
Los Angeles, CA
Attendance: 438[31]
Referees: Bart Baldwin, Alecia Murray, Gordon Torigoe

San Diego[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 6-1
Broadcasters: Spencer Linton and Kristen Kozlowski

BYUtv
Mar 1
1:05 pm MST
San Diego Toreros 58, BYU Cougars 71
Scoring by half: 22-39, 36-32
Pts: Amy Kame 16
Rebs: Sophia Ederaine 7
Asts: Alysse Barlow 5
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 21
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 9
Asts: Kim Beeston 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 1,120[32]
Referees: Rigo Vasquez, Bart Baldwin, Cheryll Blue

Pepperdine[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 7-2
Broadcasters: Spencer Linton and Kristen Kozlowski

BYUtv
Mar 7
2:00 pm PST
Pepperdine Waves 51, BYU Cougars 77
Scoring by half: 22-42, 29-35
Pts: Keitra Wallace 14
Rebs: Grace Leah Baughn & Allie Green 7
Asts: Ea Shoushtari 4
Pts: Lexi Eaton & Morgan Bailey 17
Rebs: Ashley Garfield 13
Asts: Kim Beeston 7
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: N/A[33]
Referees: Wanda Szeremeta, Benny Luna, Gordon Torigoe

Pacific[edit]

Series History: BYU leads 6-2
Broadcasters: Dave McCann and Blaine Fowler

BYUtv
Mar 10
2:00 pm PDT
Pacific Tigers 64, BYU Cougars 77
Scoring by half: 24-35, 40-42
Pts: Kiki Moore 26
Rebs: Sam Pettinger 9
Asts: Madison Parrish 4
Pts: Stephanie Rovetti 15
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 8
Asts: Kim Beeston and Lexi Eaton 3
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: N/A[34]
Referees: Michelle Russi, Darren Kresnik, Brian Woods

Gonzaga[edit]

Series History: Gonzaga leads 8-6
Broadcasters: Dave Flemming and Sean Farnham

Mar 11
1:00 pm PDT
BYU Cougars 57, Gonzaga Bulldogs 71
Scoring by half: 14-30, 43-41
Pts: Jennifer Hamson 24
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson & Lexi Eaton 7
Asts: Kim Beeston 5
Pts: Keani Albanez 20
Rebs: Sunny Greinacher 7
Asts: Jazmine Redmon 5
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: 7,898[35]
Referees: Bob Scofield, Cathi Cornell, Michol Murray

NC State[edit]

Series History: Series even 1-1
Broadcasters: Dave Pasch and Doris Burke

Mar 22
3:30 pm PDT
BYU Cougars 72, NC State Wolfpack 57
Scoring by half: 33-26, 39-31
Pts: Lexi Eaton 25
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 19
Asts: Kim Beeston & Lexi Eaton 4
Jennifer Hamson 9 blocks
Pts: Miah Spencer 16
Rebs: Kody Burke 9
Asts: Len'nique Brown 5
Pauley Pavilion
Los Angeles, CA
Attendance: 1,941
Referees: Edward Sidlasky, Luis Gonzales, Tiffany Bird

Nebraska[edit]

Series History: Nebraska leads 4-3
Broadcasters: Dave Pasch and Doris Burke

ESPN2
Mar 24
6:00 pm PDT
BYU Cougars 80, Nebraska Cornhuskers 76
Scoring by half: 41-30, 39-46
Pts: Morgan Bailey 18
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 14
Asts: Kim Beeston 8
Jennifer Hamson 6 blocks
Pts: Tear'a Laudermill 22
Rebs: Emily Cady & Hailie Sample 10
Asts: Rachel Theriot 9
Pauley Pavilion
Los Angeles, CA
Attendance: 973
Referees: Ed Sidlasky, Marianne Karp, Gina Cross

Connecticut[edit]

Series History: Connecticut leads 2-0
Broadcasters: Pam Ward, Carolyn Peck & LaChina Robinson

Mar 29
3:40 pm CDT
BYU Cougars 51, Connecticut Huskies 70
Scoring by half: 29-30, 22-40
Pts: Kim Beeston 16
Rebs: Jennifer Hamson 13
Asts: Kylie Maeda 4
Jennifer Hamson 6 blocks; 28 wins new record for BYU WBB
Pts: Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis 19
Rebs: Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis & Stefanie Dolson 13
Asts: Bria Hartley 5
UConn 20 offensive rebounds, 11 steals, 10 blocks
Pinnacle Bank Arena
Lincoln, NE
Attendance: 9,585[36]
Referees: Bryan Brunette, Penny Davis, Bruce Morris

Rankings[edit]

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See also[edit]

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