2014–15 BYU Cougars women's basketball team

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2014–15 BYU Cougars women's basketball
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Conference West Coast Conference
2014–15 record 23–10 (12–6 WCC)
Head coach Jeff Judkins (14th year)
Assistant coach Melinda Bendall (4th year)
Assistant coach Ray Stewart (4th year)
Assistant coach Dan Nielson (2nd year)
Home arena Marriott Center
Seasons
« 2013–14 2015–16 »
2014–15 West Coast Conference women's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Gonzaga 16 2   .889     26 8   .765
San Diego 14 4   .778     25 7   .781
Pacific 13 5   .722     21 10   .677
Saint Mary's 13 5   .722     23 11   .676
BYU 12 6   .667     23 10   .697
San Francisco 8 10   .444     19 13   .594
Santa Clara 5 13   .278     11 18   .379
Loyola Marymount 4 14   .222     7 24   .226
Pepperdine 3 15   .167     8 22   .267
Portland 2 16   .111     4 26   .133
Tournament winner
As of March 29, 2015; Rankings from AP Poll[1]

The 2014–15 BYU Cougars women's basketball teamrepresented Brigham Young University during the 2014–15 college basketball season. It was be head coach Jeff Judkins fourteenth season at BYU. The Cougars, members of the West Coast Conference, played their home games at the Marriott Center. They finished the season 22-10, 12-6 in WCC play for a fifth-place finish. They Cougars won the WCC Tournament tournament and earned an automatic trip to the 2015 NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament where they lost to Louisville in the first round.

Before the season[edit]

Departures[edit]

Name Number Pos. Height Year Hometown Notes
Kim Beeston 4 G 5'11" RS Senior Heber, Utah Graduated
Jennifer Hamson 41 C 6'7" Senior Lindon, Utah Graduated, selected in 2014 WNBA Draft by Los Angeles Sparks with 23rd pick.[2]
Stephanie Rovetti 12 G 5'6" RS Junior Reno, Nevada Graduated, transferred to Fresno State for senior season.[3]

Recruiting[edit]

2013-14 Class[edit]

The 2013-14 recruiting class information will be posted as soon as it becomes available.

Future Classes[edit]

Name Pos. Height Hometown High School Notes
MaCayla Hanks P 6'4" Hyrum, Utah Mountain Crest High School Early commitment that will complete senior year of high school this coming season. Will join the team for the 2015-16 season.[4]

2014–15 media[edit]

BYU Radio Sports Network Affiliates[edit]

All Lady Cougar games that don't conflict with men's basketball or football games will be featured live on BYU Radio, found nationwide on Dish Network 980, on Sirius XM 143, and online at www.byuradio.org. Home games will be a BYUtv simulcast while road games will be voiced by Robbie Bullough. Select home games and road games will air on TheW.tv.

Roster[edit]

2014–15 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) Jr Hurricane St. George, UT
G 3 Garfield, AshleyAshley Garfield (C) 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Sr Morgan Morgan, UT
F 4 Wayment, AmandaAmanda Wayment 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) Fr Fremont Ogden, UT
G 11 Harry, XojianXojian Harry (C) 5 ft 11 in (1.8 m) Sr Viewmont Bountiful, UT
G 12 Ziering-Smith, MaddyMaddy Ziering-Smith 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m) Fr Laguna Hills Laguna Hills, CA
G 12 Packard, HannahHannah Packard 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m) So Springville Springville, UT
G 15 Maeda, KylieKylie Maeda 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m) Jr Iolani Honolulu, HI
G 20 Broadhead, CassieCassie Broadhead 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) RS Fr Scotia Glenville Glenville, NY
G 21 Eaton, LexiLexi Eaton (C) 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Jr Springville Mapleton, UT
G/F 22 Fuller, KristineKristine Fuller 5 ft 11 in (1.8 m) RS So Palm Harbor University Crystal Beach, FL
G 23 Morrison, MakenziMakenzi Morrison 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) RS So Alta Draper, UT
F 25 Robins-Hardy, AlohiAlohi Robins-Hardy 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) Fr Kamehameha Kapalama Waimānalo, HI
G 31 Rose, HannahHannah Rose 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) So Southridge Beaverton, OR
F 34 Orton, MicaeleeMicaelee Orton 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) RS So Kearns Kearns, UT
F 41 Bailey, MorganMorgan Bailey (C) 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) RS Sr Timpanogos Orem, UT
C 42 Irwin, SavannahSavannah Irwin 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) RS Fr La Costa Canyon Carlsbad, CA
F 50 Galeai, EternityEternity Galeai 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) Fr Timpanogos Orem, UT
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)

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

Roster
Last update: 2014-08-19

Schedule[edit]

Date Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
Exhibition[5]
08/18/2014* vs. Club Baloncesto Torrelodones (co-ed) W 94–93  -
08/21/2014* vs. Euskadi W 55–52  -
08/22/2014* vs. Euskadi W 69–50  -
08/24/2014* vs. Femini Santa Adria Club W 66–49  -
11/01/2014* Westminster L 54–59[6]  - Marriott Center
11/08/2014* Ft. Lewis W 79–43  - Marriott Center
Regular Season
11/14/2014* at South Dakota State L 65–75[7]  0–1 Frost Arena
11/19/2014* Cal State Northridge L 54–63[8]  0–2 Marriott Center
11/22/2014* Nevada W 65–60[9]  1–2 Marriott Center
11/26/2014* vs. Butler
(Tom Weston Invitational)
W 81–62[10]  2–2 George Q. Cannon Activities Center
11/27/2014* at BYU-Hawaiʻi
(Tom Weston Invitational)
W 73–52[11]  3–2 George Q. Cannon Activities Center
11/29/2014* vs. #19/20 Oregon State
(Tom Weston Invitational)
L 61–71[12]  3–3 George Q. Cannon Activities Center
12/04/2014* UNLV W 76–61[13]  4–3 Smith Fieldhouse
12/06/2014* vs. Colorado State W 69–58[14]  5–3 Energy Solutions Arena
12/09/2014* Weber State W 64–53[15]  6–3 Marriott Center
12/13/2014* at y-Utah
(Desert First Duel)
W 60–56[16]  7–3 Huntsman Center
12/22/2014* at y-Utah State W 62–58 2OT 8–3 Dee Glen Smith Spectrum
12/27/2014 at Gonzaga L 62–78  8–4 (0–1) McCarthey Athletic Center
12/29/2014 at Portland W 83–79  9–4 (1–1) Chiles Center
01/01/2015 Santa Clara W 84–55  10–4 (2–1) Marriott Center
01/03/2015 San Francisco W 65–62  11–4 (3–1) Marriott Center
01/08/2015 at Loyola Marymount W 71–63  12–4 (4–1) Gersten Pavilion
01/10/2015 at y-Pepperdine W 84–78  13–4 (5–1) Firestone Fieldhouse
01/15/2015 Pacific W 89–72  14–4 (6–1) Marriott Center
01/17/2015 Saint Mary's L 51–61  14–5 (6–2) Marriott Center
01/24/2015 San Diego W 54–50  15–5 (7–2) Marriott Center
01/29/2015 at San Francisco W 68–63  16–5 (8–2) War Memorial Gymnasium
01/31/2015 at y-Santa Clara W 58–56  17–5 (9–2) Leavey Center
02/05/2015 Pepperdine W 77–58  18–5 (10–2) Marriott Center
02/07/2015 Loyola Marymount W 74–59  19–5 (11–2) Marriott Center
02/12/2015 at Saint Mary's L 71–76 OT 19–6 (11–3) McKeon Pavilion
02/14/2015 at y- Pacific L 82–86  19–7 (11–4) Alex G. Spanos Center
02/21/2015 at y- San Diego L 59–69  19–8 (11–5) Jenny Craig Pavilion
02/26/2015 Portland W 65–63  20–8 (12–5) Marriott Center
02/28/2015 Gonzaga L 66–73  20–9 (12–6) Marriott Center
2015 WCC Tournament
03/06/2015 vs. Saint Mary's
(Quarterfinals)
W 65–64  21–9 Orleans Arena
03/09/2015 vs. Gonzaga
(Semifinals)
W 61–55  22–9 Orleans Arena
03/10/2015 vs. z-San Francisco
(Championship)
W 76–65  23–9 Orleans Arena
2015 NCAA Tournament
03/21/2015* #14–seed vs. y-3–seed Louisville
(First Round)
L 53–86  23–10 USF Sun Dome
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll. ( ) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Mountain.

All BYUtv games were simulcast on BYU Radio with the BYUtv announcers, listed below. Select other games, listed with an x and y, were also broadcast on BYU Radio.
y- BYU Radio road broadcasts w/ Robbie Bullough.
z- Non-BYUtv BYU Radio broadcast w/ Dave McCann & Blaine Fowler.

Game Summaries[edit]

Westminster[edit]

Broadcasters: Robbie Bullough & Keilani Unga
Starting Lineups:

  • Westminster: Shelby Ellsworth, Amy Krommenhoek, Tia Pappas, Amanda Hacking, Alli Winters
  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
TheW.tv
Nov 1
3:00 p.m. MDT
Westminster Griffins 59, BYU Cougars 54
Scoring by half: 34-21, 25-33
Pts: Tia Pappas 16
Rebs: Tia Pappas 12
Asts: Amy Krommenhoek & Tia Pappas 5
Pts: Lexi Eaton 17
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 9
Asts: Ashley Garfield 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 625[17]
Referees: Cathi Cornell, Brian Woods, Rigo Vasquez

Ft. Lewis[edit]

Broadcasters: Robbie Bullough & Keilani Unga
Starting Lineups:

  • Ft. Lewis: Simone Ruedin, Kaile Magazzeni, Kate Bayes, Emily McCue, Kylie Santos
  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
TheW.tv
Nov 8
2:00 p.m. MST
Ft. Lewis Skyhawks 43, BYU Cougars 79
Scoring by half: 18-41, 25-38
Pts: Kylie Santos 12
Rebs: Kaile Magazzeni 7
Asts: Dallas Dickerson 2
Pts: Lexi Eaton 14
Rebs: Micaelee Orton 6
Asts: Kylie Maeda 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: N/A[18]
Referees: Anita Ortega, Cheryl Flores, Lisa Ulmer

South Dakota State[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 1-0
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • South Dakota State: Chynna Stevens, Kerri Young, Macy Miller, Megan Wayatashek, Mariah Clarin
Nov 14
8:00 p.m. CST
BYU Cougars 65, South Dakota State Jackrabbits 75
Scoring by half: 26-31, 39-44
Pts: Morgan Bailey 25
Rebs: Ashley Garfield & Morgan Bailey 8
Asts: Morgan Bailey 4
Pts: Megan Wayatashek 15
Rebs: Chynna Stevens 11
Asts: Kerri Young 5
Frost Arena
Brookins, SD
Attendance: 1,921[19]
Referees: Shelly Nakasone, Ifeyinwa Seales, Lucy Banuelos

Cal State Northridge[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton & Kristen Kozlowski
Series History: BYU leads 4-0
Starting Lineups:

  • CSUN: Janae Sharp, Camille Mahlknecht, Ashlee Guay, Cinnamon Lister, Randi Friess
  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
Nov 19
11:00 a.m. MST
Cal State Northridge Matadors 63, BYU Cougars 54
Scoring by half: 34-23, 29-31
Pts: Ashlee Guay 19
Rebs: Randy Friess 10
Asts: Janae Sharpe 6
Pts: Morgan Bailey 22
Rebs: Ashley Garfield 7
Asts: Ashley Garfield 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 1,370[20]
Referees: Penny Davis, Lorena Ahumada, Bart Baldwin

Nevada[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton & Kristen Kozlowski
Series History: BYU leads series 7-1
Starting Lineups:

  • Nevada: Terilyn Moe, Kelsey Kaelin, Nyasha Lesure, Emily Burns, Mimi Mungedi
  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
BYUtv
Nov 22
7:30 p.m. MST
Nevada Wolfpack 60, BYU Cougars 65
Scoring by half: 33-41, 27-24
Pts: Terilyn Moe 15
Rebs: Mimi Mungedi 10
Asts: Teriln Moe 5
Pts: Lexi Eaton 29
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 17
Asts: Kylie Maeda 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 481[21]
Referees: Charles Gonzales, Shelley Russi, Crystal Hogan

Butler[edit]

Series History: First Meeting
Starting Lineups:

  • Butler: Ijeoma Uchendu, Blaire Langlois, Sydney Buck, Lexus Murry, Laryn Goodwin
  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
Nov 26
3:00 p.m. HST
Butler Bulldogs 62, BYU Cougars 81
Scoring by half: 26-41, 36-40
Pts: Loryn Goodwin 16
Rebs: Loryn Goodwin 5
Asts: Blaire Langlois 4
Pts: Makenzi Morrison 16
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 8
Asts: Kylie Maeda 6
George Q. Cannon Activities Center
Laie, HI
Attendance: 214[22]
Referees: Laura Rahe, Teresa Turner, Ken Sowby

BYU-Hawaiʻi[edit]

Broadcaster: Landon Southwick
Series History: BYU leads 2-0
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • BYU-Hawaii: Celeste Claw, Bry Tatupu-Leopoldo, Marquessa Gilson, Emily Nelson, Whitney Fieldsted
BYUH Live Stream
Nov 27
1:00 p.m. HST
BYU Cougars 73, BYU-Hawaiʻi Seasiders 52
Scoring by half: 45-25, 28-27
Pts: Lexi Eaton 17
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 9
Asts: Kylie Maeda 5
Pts: Celeste Claw 18
Rebs: Celeste Claw 6
Asts: Celeste Claw 6
George Q. Cannon Activities Center
Laie, HI
Attendance: 193[23]
Referees: Tim Tomashiro, Tiki Kahoano, Clayton Tang

Oregon State[edit]

Series History: Oregon State leads series 5-4
Starting Lineups:

  • Oregon State: Ali Gibson, Jamie Weisner, Sydney Weise, Deven Hunter, Ruth Hamblin
  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
Nov 29
1:00 p.m. HST
Oregon State Beavers 71, BYU Cougars 61
Scoring by half: 34-29, 37-32
Pts: Jamie Weisner 20
Rebs: Ruth Hamblin 15
Asts: Sydney Weise 6
Pts: Morgan Bailey 26
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 9
Asts: Kylie Maeda & Lexi Eaton 4
George Q. Cannon Activities Center
Laie, HI
Attendance: 113[24]
Referees: Laura Rahe, Ken Sowby, Teresa Turner

UNLV[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann & Kristen Kozlowski
Series History: BYU leads series 28-12
Starting Lineups:

  • UNLV: Nikki Wheatley, Aley Rohde, Diamond Major, Alana Cesarz, Danielle Miller
  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
BYUtv
Dec 4
7:00 p.m. MST
UNLV Lady Rebels 61, BYU Cougars 76
Scoring by half: 25-39, 36-37
Pts: Alana Cesarz 24
Rebs: Alana Cesarz 11
Asts: Brooke Johnson, Alana Cesarz, Danielle Miller, & Briana Charles 2
Pts: Lexi Eaton 19
Rebs: Ashley Garfield 15
Asts: Kylie Maeda 8
Smith Fieldhouse
Provo, UT
Attendance: 767[25]
Referees: Kyle Bacon, Teresa Turner, Janetta Graham

Colorado State[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton & Blaine Fowler
Series History: BYU leads series 53-22
Starting Lineups:

  • Colorado State: Gritt Ryder, Ellen Nystrom, Emilie Hesseldal, Elin Gustavsson, Keyora Wharry
  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
BYUtv
Dec 6
2:00 p.m. MST
Colorado State Rams 58, BYU Cougars 69
Scoring by half: 25-33, 33-36
Pts: Gritt Ryder 13
Rebs: Emilie Hesseldal 7
Asts: Gritt Ryder 6
Pts: Lexi Eaton 30
Rebs: Lexi Eaton 13
Asts: Kylie Maeda 5
Energy Solutions Arena
Salt Lake City, UT
Attendance: 450
Referees: Brenda Pantoja, Benny Luna, Alex Carroll

Weber State[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton & Kristen Kozlowski
Series History: BYU leads series 41-9
Starting Lineups:

  • Weber State: Jalen Carpenter, Kailie Quinn, Zakiyyah Shahid-Martin, Brittney Dunbar, Regina Okoye
  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
BYUtv
Dec 9
7:00 p.m. MST
Weber State Wildcats 53, BYU Cougars 64
Scoring by half: 20-29, 33-35
Pts: Jocelyn Adams 12
Rebs: Jalen Carpenter & Jocelyn Adams 11
Asts: Brittney Dunbar 4
Pts: Morgan Bailey 28
Rebs: Lexi Eaton 9
Asts: Ashley Garfield, Lexi Eaton, & Cassie Broadhead 3
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 445
Referees: Melissa Barlow, Darren Krzesnik, Brittany Groves

Utah[edit]

Broadcasters: Anne Marie Anderson & Mary Murphy
Series History: Utah leads series 62-40
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • Utah: Taryn Wicijowski, Paige Crozon, Danielle Rodriguez, Tanaeya Boclair, Joeseta Fatuesi
Dec 13
12:00 p.m. MST
BYU Cougars 60, Utah Utes 56
Scoring by half: 32-29, 28-27
Pts: Morgan Bailey 18
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 10
Asts: Ashley Garfield & Kylie Maeda 5
Pts: Taryn Wicijowski 15
Rebs: Taryn Wicijowski 13
Asts: Taryn Wicijowski 7
Huntsman Center
Salt Lake City, UT
Attendance: 1,159[26]
Referees: Michael Price, Michol Murray, Penny Davis

Utah State[edit]

Broadcaster: Craig Hislop
Series History: BYU leads series 32-3
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • Utah State: Elise Nelson, Funda Nakkasoglu, Tilar Clark, Hannah Hutchins, Franny Vaaulu
MWN
Dec 22
7:00 p.m. MST
BYU Cougars 62, Utah State Aggies 58 (OT)
Scoring by half: 23-18, 27-32 OT: 2-2, 10-6
Pts: Lexi Eaton 29
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 22
Asts: Lexi Eaton 4
Pts: Funda Nakkasoglu 19
Rebs: Elise Nelson 11
Asts: Elise Nelson 3
Dee Glen Smith Spectrum
Logan, UT
Attendance: 800[27]
Referees: Lisa Jones, Michael Price, Bob Scofield

Gonzaga[edit]

Broadcasters: Greg Heister & Michelle Clark
Series History: Gonzaga leads series 9-6
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • Gonzaga: Georgia Stirton, Sunny Greinacher, Keani Albanez, Elle Tinkle, Shleby Cheslek
SWX
TheW.tv
Dec 27
2:00 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 62, Gonzaga Bulldogs 78
Scoring by half: 34-45, 28-33
Pts: Lexi Eaton & Morgan Bailey 13
Rebs: Ashley Garfield & Xojain Harry 7
Asts: Kylie Maeda 4
Pts: Keani Albanez 20
Rebs: Sunny Greinacher 8
Asts: Georgia Stirton 5
McCarthey Athletic Center
Spokane, WA
Attendance: 5,911[28]
Referees: Charles Gonzales, Karen Lasuik, In'fini Robinson

Portland[edit]

Broadcaster: Cody Barton & Lindsay Gregg
Series History: BYU leads series 14-4
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • Portland: Cassandra Brown, Kari Luttinen, Cassandra Thompson, Jasmine Wooton, Sara Zaragoza
Portland Portal
Dec 29
7:00 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 83, Portland Pilots 79
Scoring by half: 28-37, 55-42
Pts: Morgan Bailey 31
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 11
Asts: Kylie Maeda 6
Pts: Kari Luttinen 22
Rebs: Cassandra Thompson 7
Asts: Jasmine Wooton 9
Chiles Center
Portland, OR
Attendance: 339[29]
Referees: Daren Krzesnik, Kenneth Nash, Steve Belnap

Santa Clara[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton & Kristen Kozlowski
Series History: BYU leads series 8-1
Starting Lineups:

  • Santa Clara: Beth Carlson, Nici Gilday, Marie Bertholdt, Raquel Avila, Brooke Galloway
  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
BYUtv
Jan 1
12:30 p.m. MST
Santa Clara Broncos 55, BYU Cougars 84
Scoring by half: 25-40, 30-44
Pts: Raquel Avila & Emily Wolph 11
Rebs: Taylor Berry 8
Asts: Raquel Avila 3
Pts: Lexi Eaton 22
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 14
Asts: Morgan Bailey 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 693
Referees: Kyle Bacon, Tiffany Bird, Renee Robinson

San Francisco[edit]

Broadcaster: Spencer Linton & Kristen Kozlowski
Series History: BYU leads series 10-2
Starting Lineups:

  • San Francisco: Zhane Dikes, Taj Winston, Paige Spietz, Rachel Howard, Taylor Proctor
  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
BYUtv
Jan 3
2:00 p.m. MST
San Francisco Dons 62, BYU Cougars 65
Scoring by half: 35-33, 27-32
Pts: Taylor Proctor 20
Rebs: Paige Spietz 10
Asts: Zhane Dikes 6
Pts: Morgan Bailey 26
Rebs: Morgan Bailey & Ashley Garfield 12
Asts: Kylie Maeda & Xojian Harry 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 622
Referees: Rick Showers, Janetta Graham, Rigo Vasquez

Loyola Marymount[edit]

Broadcasters: Derek Georgino
Series History: BYU leads series 8-1
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • LMU: Emily Ben-Jumbo, Sophie Taylor, Taylor Anderson, Leslie Lopez-Wood, Makenzie Cast
LMUSN
Jan 8
7:00 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 71, Loyola Marymount Lions 63
Scoring by half: 23-28, 48-35
Pts: Morgan Bailey 22
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 16
Asts: Kylie Maeda 7
Pts: Makenzie Cast 16
Rebs: Sophie Taylor 8
Asts: Taylor Anderson 6
Gersten Pavilion
Los Angeles, CA
Attendance: 875[30]
Referees: Lisa Jones, Teresa Turner, Lucy Banuelos

Pepperdine[edit]

Broadcaster: Josh Perigo
Series History: BYU leads series 8-2
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • Pepperdine: Bria Richardson, Ea Shoushtari, Krista Pettepier, Olivia Ogwumike, Keitra Wallace
WavesCast
Jan 10
12:05 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 84, Pepperdine Waves 78
Scoring by half: 33-31, 51-47
Pts: Lexi Eaton 29
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 14
Asts: Kylie Maeda 5
Makeni Morrison 7/7 from 3
Pts: Bria Richardson & Allie Green 24
Rebs: Keitra Wallace 8
Asts: Ea Shoushtari 6
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
Attendance: 212[31]
Referees: Cathi Cornell, Cheryl Flores, Alecia Murray

Pacific[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Kristen Kozlowski, & Andy Boyce
Series History: BYU leads series 7-2
Starting Lineups:

  • Pacific: Kristina Johnson, Kendall Kenyon, Madison Parrish, Unique Coleman, Hailie Eackles
  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
BYUtv
Jan 15
7 p.m. MST
Pacific Tigers 72, BYU Cougars 89
Scoring by half: 34-45, 38-44
Pts: Geanna Luaulu-Summers 18
Rebs: Kendall Kenyon 8
Asts: Kristina Johnson & Geanna Luaulu-Summers 4
Pts: Lexi Eaton 32
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 11
Asts: Kylie Maeda 9
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 498
Referees: Brenda Pantoja, Karen Lasuik, Paul Patterson

Saint Mary's[edit]

Broadcaster: Dave McCann, Kristen Kozlowski, & Andy Boyce
Series History: BYU leads series 4-3
Starting Lineups:

  • Saint Mary's: Lauren Nicholson, Hayley Hendricksen, Shannon Mauldin, Stella Beck, Carli Rosenthal
  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
BYUtv
Jan 17
2 p.m. MST
Saint Mary's Gaels 61, BYU Cougars 51
Scoring by half: 24-31, 37-20
Pts: Lauren Nicholson 20
Rebs: Lauren Nicholson 11
Asts: Lauren Nicholson 4
Pts: Lexi Eaton & Morgan Bailey 17
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 10
Asts: Kylie Maeda 3
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 797[32]
Referees: Kyle Bacon, Benny Luna, Robert Scofield

San Diego[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Kristen Kozlowski, & Andy Boyce
Series History: BYU leads series 7-1
Starting Lineups:

  • San Diego: Malina Hood, Katelyn McDaniel, Sophia Ederaine, Maya Hood, Cori Woodward
  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
BYUtv
Jan 24
2 p.m. MST
San Diego Toreros 50, BYU Cougars 54
Scoring by half: 21-30, 29-24
Pts: Malina Hood & Sophia Ederaine 14
Rebs: Sophia Ederaine 13
Asts: Malina Hood 3
Pts: Lexi Eaton 16
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 8
Asts: Morgan Bailey 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 690[33]
Referees: Penny Davis, In'Fini Robinson, Felecity Willis

San Francisco[edit]

Broadcaster: George Devine
Series History: BYU leads series 11-2
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • San Francisco: Zhane Dikes, Taj Winston, Paige Spietz, Aundrea Gordon, Taylor Proctor
TheW.tv
Jan 29
7 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 68, San Francisco Dons 63
Scoring by half: 31-27, 37-36
Pts: Morgan Bailey 19
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 11
Asts: Makenzi Morrison 5
Pts: Taj Winston 19
Rebs: Taylor Proctor 9
Asts: Zhane Dikes 2
War Memorial Gymnasium
San Francisco, CA
Attendance: 221[34]
Referees: Cathi Cornell, Wanda Szeremeta, Deon Lewis

Santa Clara[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 9-1
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • Santa Clara: Taylor Berry, Nici Gilday, Marie Bertholdt, Courtney Lisowski, Raquel Avila
SCU Portal
Jan 31
2 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 58, Santa Clara Broncos 56
Scoring by half: 23-30, 35-26
Pts: Lexi Eaton 27
Rebs: Lexi Eaton 13
Asts: Xojian Harry & Makenzi Morrison 3
Pts: Nici Gilday 22
Rebs: Marie Bertholdt, Maddison Allen, & Vanessa Leo 8
Asts: Raquel Avila 5
Leavey Center
Santa Clara, CA
Attendance: 315[35]
Referees: Anita Orega, Rigo Vasquez, Alex Carroll

Pepperdine[edit]

Broadcaster: Spencer Linton & Kristen Kozlowski
Series History: BYU leads series 9-2
Starting Lineups:

  • Pepperdine: Bria Richardson, Ea Shoushtari, Allie Green, Olivia Ogwumike, Keitra Wallace
  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
BYUtv
Feb 5
7 p.m. MST
Pepperdine Waves 58, BYU Cougars 77
Scoring by half: 26-36, 32-41
Pts: Bria Richardson 15
Rebs: Ea Shoushtari 8
Asts: Bria Richardson 5
Pts: Lexi Eaton 37
Rebs: Lexi Eaton 14
Asts: Kylie Maeda 8
Jeff Judkins 300th coaching win
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 585
Referees: Robert Scofield, Lorena Ahumada, Tiffany Jump

Loyola Marymount[edit]

Broadcasters: Robbie Bullough & Keilani Unga
Series History: BYU leads series 9-1
Starting Lineups:

  • LMU: Emily Ben-Jumbo, Sophie Taylor, Olivia Lucero, Leslie Lopez-Wood, Makenzie Cast
  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
TheW.tv
Feb 7
2 p.m. MST
Loyola Marymount Lions 59, BYU Cougars 74
Scoring by half: 26-41, 33-33
Pts: Emily Ben-Jumbo & Leslie Lopez-Wood 16
Rebs: Emily Ben-Jumbo 5
Asts: Olivia Lucero 4
Pts: Lexi Eaton 24
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 12
Asts: Kylie Maeda & Makenzi Morrison 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 748
Referees: Michol Murray, Gordon Torigoe, Tyler Trimble

Saint Mary's[edit]

Broadcaster: Elias Feldman
Series History: Series even 4-4
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • Saint Mary's: Lauren Nicholson, Hayley Hendricksen, Shannon Mauldin, Stella Beck, Carli Rosenthal
TheW.tv
Feb 12
6 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 71, Saint Mary's Gaels 76 (OT)
Scoring by half: 38-32, 26-39 OT: 7-12
Pts: Lexi Eaton 23
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 15
Asts: Kylie Maeda & Morgan Bailey 6
Pts: Shannon Mauldin 21
Rebs: Carli Rosenthal 11
Asts: Shannon Mauldin 7
McKeon Pavilion
Moraga, CA
Attendance: 295
Referees: Melissa Barlow, Michelle Russi, Brian Woods

Pacific[edit]

Broadcaster: Don Gubbins
Series History: BYU leads series 8-2
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • Pacific: Kristina Johnson, Kendall Kenyon, Madison Parrish, Erin Butler, Hailie Eackles
TheW.tv
Feb 14
2:05 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 82, Pacific Tigers 86
Scoring by half: 37-42, 45-44
Pts: Lexi Eaton 29
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 11
Asts: Morgan Bailey 6
Pts: Hailie Eackles 17
Rebs: Kendall Kenyon 13
Asts: Kristina Johnson 5
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 524
Referees: Laren Lasuik, In'Fini Robinson, Tiffany Jump

San Diego[edit]

Broadcasters: Paula Bott & Susie Erpelding-Barosso
Series History: BYU leads series 8-1
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • San Diego: Malina Hood, Katelyn McDaniel, Sophia Ederaine, Maya Hood, Cori Woodward
TheW.tv
Feb 21
2 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 59, San Diego Toreros 69
Scoring by half: 22-22, 37-47
Pts: Lexi Eaton 24
Rebs: Lexi Eaton 6
Asts: Lexi Eaton 5
Pts: Sophia Ederaine 28
Rebs: Sophia Ederaine & Maya Hood 10
Asts: Katherine Hamilton 4
Jenny Craig Pavilion
San Diego, CA
Attendance: 698
Referees: Brenda Pantoja, Rick Showers, Alex Carroll

Portland[edit]

Broadcaster: Spencer Linton, Kristen Kozlowski, & Andy Boyce
Series History: BYU leads series 15-4
Starting Lineups:

  • Portland: Kaylie Van Loo, Cassandra Brown, Kari Luttinen, Cassandra Thompson, Jasmine Wooton
  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
BYUtv
Feb 26
7 p.m. MST
Portland Pilots 63, BYU Cougars 65
Scoring by half: 29-32, 34-33
Pts: Cassandra Brown 19
Rebs: Cassandra Thompson 8
Asts: Cassandra Thompson 5
Pts: Morgan Bailey 17
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 12
Asts: Lexi Eaton 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 858
Referees: Wanda Szeremata, Richard Waters, Alejandro Morena

Gonzaga[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann & Kristen Kozlowski
Series History: Gonzaga leads series 10-6
Starting Lineups:

  • Gonzaga: Georgia Stirton, Sunny Greinacher, Keani Albanez, Elle Tinkle, Shelby Cheslek
  • BYU: Ashley Garfield, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
BYUtv
Feb 28
2 p.m. MST
Gonzaga Bulldogs 73, BYU Cougars 66
Scoring by half: 34-28, 39-38
Pts: Elle Tinkle 20
Rebs: Sunny Greinacher 5
Asts: Georgia Striton 7
Pts: Makenzi Morrison 20
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 9
Asts: Lexi Eaton 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 1,226[36]
Referees: Melissa Barlow, Ifeyinwa Seales, Rigoberto Vasquez

WCC Quarter: Saint Mary's[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann & Blaine Fowler
Series History: Saint Mary's leads series 5-4
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • Saint Mary's:
BYUtv
Mar 5
8 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 65, Saint Mary's Gaels 64
Scoring by half: 28-30, 37-34
Pts: Lexi Eaton 30
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 9
Asts: Kylie Maeda & Lexi Eaton 2
Pts: Lauren Nicholson 23
Rebs: Carli Rosenthal 12
Asts: Lauren Nicholson & Shannon Mauldin 1
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: 7,110[37]
Referees: Rich Waters, Benny Luna, Karen Lasuik

WCC Semi: Gonzaga[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann & Blaine Fowler
Series History: Gonzaga leads series 11-6
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • Gonzaga: Georgia Stirton, Sunny Greinacher, Keani Albanez, Elle Tinkle, Shelby Cheslek
BYUtv
Mar 9
12 p.m. PDT
BYU Cougars 61, Gonzaga Bulldogs 55
Scoring by half: 22-32, 39-23
Pts: Makenzi Morrison 18
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 9
Asts: Kylie Maeda 6
Pts: Sunny Greinacher 15
Rebs: Sunny Greinacher 12
Asts: Georgia Stirton 6
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: 7,110[38]
Referees: Darren Krzesnik, Brian Woods, In'Fini Robinson

WCC Championship: San Francisco[edit]

Broadcasters: Beth Mowins & Katie Smith
Series History: BYU leads series 12-2
Starting Lineups:

  • San Francisco: Zhane Dikes, Taj Winston, Paige Spietz, Aundrea Gordon, Taylor Proctor
  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
Mar 10
1 p.m. PDT
San Francisco Dons 65, BYU Cougars 76
Scoring by half: 27-39, 38-37
Pts: Taj Winston 24
Rebs: Taj Winston & Paige Spietz 10
Asts: Zhane Dikes & Taylor Proctor 3
Pts: Lexi Eaton 22
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 8
Asts: Kylie Maeda 5
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: 8,000[39]
Referees: Robert Scofield, Anita Ortega, Michol Murray

NCAA 64: Louisville[edit]

Broadcasters: Bob Picozzi & Brooke Weisbrod
Series History: Louisville leads series 1-0
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Xojian Harry, Kylie Maeda, Lexi Eaton, Makenzi Morrison, Morgan Bailey
  • Louisville: Myisha Hines-Allen, Jude Schimmel, Mariya Moore, Sara Hammond, Sheronne Vails
Mar 21
4 p.m. EDT
BYU Cougars 53, Louisville Cardinals 86
Scoring by half: 24-38, 29-48
Pts: Morgan Bailey 15
Rebs: Morgan Bailey 10
Asts: Cassie Broadhead 4
Pts: Myisha Hines-Allen 19
Rebs: Myisha Hines-Allen 8
Asts: Arica Carter 5
Sun Dome
Tampa, FL
Attendance: 5,560
Referees: Brenda Pantoja, Brian Garland, Joe Cunningham

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See also[edit]

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