2013–14 Idaho Vandals women's basketball team

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2013–14 Idaho Vandals women's basketball
Idaho Vandals wordmark 2012.png
WAC Regular Season & Tournament Champions
NCAA Women's Tournament, First Round
Conference Western Athletic Conference
2013–14 record 25–9 (15–1 WAC)
Head coach Jon Newlee (6th year)
Assistant coach Jordan Green (3rd year)
Assistant coach Christa Stanford (6th year)
Assistant coach Kristi Zeller (3rd year)
Home arena Cowan Spectrum
Seasons
« 2012–13 2014–15 »
2013–14 WAC women's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Idaho 15 1   .938     25 9   .735
Cal State Bakersfield 12 4   .750     19 12   .613
Grand Canyon* 10 6   .625     21 9   .700
Seattle U 9 7   .563     16 16   .500
Texas-Pan American 8 8   .500     14 16   .467
New Mexico State 7 9   .438     11 20   .355
UMKC 7 9   .438     11 19   .367
Utah Valley 4 12   .250     7 23   .233
Chicago State 0 16   .000     3 27   .100
2014 WAC Tournament winner
As of March 22, 2014
* Grand Canyon ineligible for WAC Basketball Tournament as part of reclassification from Division II; Rankings from AP Poll[1][2]

The 2013–14 Idaho Vandals women's basketball team represented the University of Idaho during the 2013–14 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. The Vandals, led by sixth year head coach Jon Newlee, played their home games at the Cowan Spectrum and were members of the Western Athletic Conference. It was Idaho's final season in the WAC as they will join the Big Sky Conference for the 2014–15 season.[3] The Vandals would win the WAC championship and participate in the NCAA Tournament.

Roster[edit]

Number Name Position Height Year Hometown
1 Christina Salvatore Guard 5–11 Sophomore Anaheim, California
2 Karlee Wilson Guard 5–4 Freshman Lewiston, Idaho
4 Brooke Reilly Post 6–1 Freshman Spokane, Washington
10 Stacey Barr Guard 5–8 Junior Melbourne, Australia
11 Janelle Chow Guard 5–8 Redshirt Senior Mercer Island, Washington
12 Nejra Solo Post 6–5 Freshman Zenica, Bosnia
13 Ali Forde Post 6–2 Sophomore Woodinville, Washington
14 Maren Austgulen Post 6–0 Junior Bergen, Norway
20 Addie Schivo Guard 5–6 Senior San Francisco, California
32 Agueda Trujillo Fernandez Guard 6–0 Freshman Manacor, Spain
33 Alyssa Charlston Post 6–1 Senior Sammamish, Washington
35 Connie Ballestro Guard 5–9 Sophomore Orange, California


Schedule[edit]

Source[4]

Date
Time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (Attendance)
City, State
Regular Season
11/08/2013*
6:00 PM
at #25 Gonzaga
Preseason WNIT
L 56–64  0–1
McCarthey Athletic Center (5,607)
Spokane, WA
11/15/2013*
3:00 PM
vs. Mount St. Mary's
Preseason WNIT
W 81–63  1–1
Joseph J. Gentile Arena (N/A)
Chicago, IL
11/16/2013*
4:30 PM
at Loyola
Preseason WNIT
W 62–60  2–1
Joseph J. Gentile Arena (305)
Chicago, IL
11/23/2013*
2:00 PM
UC Irvine W 68–63  3–1
Cowan Spectrum (300)
Moscow, ID
11/26/2013*
6:00 PM, USD TV
at San Diego W 64–74  3–2
Jenny Craig Pavilion (312)
San Diego, CA
11/29/2013*
5:00 PM, MWN
at Nevada
John Ascuaga's Nugget Classic
W 88–77  4–2
Lawlor Events Center (1,252)
Reno, NV
11/30/2013*
8:00 PM
vs. #20 Cal
John Ascuaga's Nugget Classic
L 55–59  4–3
Lawlor Events Center (N/A)
Reno, NV
12/03/2013*
6:00 PM
Carroll College W 67–39  5–3
Cowan Spectrum (429)
Moscow, ID
12/06/2013*
6:00 PM, Watch Big Sky
at Montana
Lady Griz Classic
L 56–59  5–4
Dahlberg Arena (2,578)
Missoula, MT
12/07/2013*
5:00 PM, Watch Big Sky
vs. Appalachian State
Lady Griz Classic
W 83–60  6–4
Dahlberg Arena (638)
Missoula, MY
12/11/2013*
6:00 PM
Lewis & Clark W 84–53  7–4
Cowan Spectrum (725)
Moscow, ID
12/14/2013*
2:00 PM, Watch Big Sky
at Eastern Washington L 84–85  7–5
Reese Court (635)
Cheney, WA
12/21/2013*
2:00 PM
Wyoming L 64–72  7–6
Cowan Spectrum (405)
Moscow, ID
12/28/2013*
2:00 PM, LONG
at Texas L 58–87  7–7
Frank Erwin Center (3,119)
Austin, TX
01/02/2014
5:00 PM
at UMKC W 81–64  8–7
(1–0)
Swinney Recreation Center (609)
Kansas City, MO
01/04/2014
12:00 PM, CSU TV
at Chicago State W 92–42  9–7
(2–0)
Emil and Patricia Jones Convocation Center (200)
Chicago, IL
01/09/2014
6:00 PM
Texas–Pan American W 76–65  10–7
(3–0)
Cowan Spectrum (405)
Moscow, ID
01/11/2014
2:00 PM
New Mexico State W 79–51  11–7
(4–0)
Cowan Spectrum (415)
Moscow, ID
01/16/2014
6:00 PM
at Utah Valley W 96–55  12–7
(5–0)
UCCU Center (184)
Orem, UT
01/18/2014
2:00 PM
at Cal State Bakersfield W 96–69  13–7
(6–0)
Icardo Center (227)
Bakersfield, CA
01/23/2014
6:00 PM
Grand Canyon W 58–54  14–7
(7–0)
Cowan Spectrum (623)
Moscow, ID
02/01/2014
7:00 PM
at Seattle W 77–59  15–7
(8–0)
Connolly Center (460)
Seattle, WA
02/06/2014
6:00 PM, ESPN3
at New Mexico State W 75–66  16–7
(9–0)
Pan American Center (487)
Las Cruces, NM
02/08/2014
5:00 PM
at Texas–Pan American W 85–52  17–7
(10–0)
UTPA Fieldhouse (404)
Edinburg, TX
02/13/2014
6:00 PM
Cal State Bakersfield L 60–79  17–8
(10–1)
Cowan Spectrum (789)
Moscow, ID
02/15/2014
2:00 PM
Utah Valley W 69–61  18–8
(11–1)
Cowan Spectrum (967)
Moscow, ID
02/22/2014
2:00 PM
at Grand Canyon W 68–54  19–8
(12–1)
GCU Arena (304)
Phoenix, AZ
03/01/2014
2:00 PM
Seattle W 60–57  20–8
(13–1)
Cowan Spectrum (1,054)
Moscow, ID
03/06/2014
6:00 PM
Chicago State W 91–41  21–8
(14–1)
Cowan Spectrum (501)
Moscow, ID
03/08/2014
2:00 PM
UMKC W 70–63  22–8
(15–1)
Cowan Spectrum (751)
Moscow, ID
WAC Tournament
03/12/2014
12:00 PM
vs. Chicago State
Quarterfinals
W 84–43  23–8
Orleans Arena (N/A)
Paradise, NV
03/14/2014
12:00 PM
vs. New Mexico State
Semifinals
W 75–65  24–8
Orleans Arena (N/A)
Paradise, NV
03/15/2014
1:00 PM, ESPNU
vs. Seattle
Championship
W 75–67  25–8
Orleans Arena (588)
Paradise, NV
NCAA Tournament
03/23/2014
2:30 PM, ESPN/ESPN3
vs. Louisville
1st Round
L 42–88  25–9
Carver-Hawkeye Arena (5,799)
Iowa City, IA
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Pacific Time.

See also[edit]

2013–14 Idaho Vandals men's basketball team

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