Women's Basketball Media Guide





     

Introduction
Page 1 - Table of Contents, Department's Vision Statement and Credits
Page 2 - Quick Facts, Schedules & Results
Page 3 - Official Web Site
Page 4-5 - Media Information
Page 6-7 - Lawlor Events Center
Page 8-9 - Roster Information
Page 10-11 - Season Preview
Page 12 - Department Directory

Coaches & Staff
Page 14-15 - Head Coach Kim Gervasoni
Page 16 - Assistant Coaches Amanda Levens & Jackie Moore 
Page 17- Assistant Coach Lindsay Werntz & Support Staff
Page 18 - Special Recognition

Player Profiles
Page 20 - Jessica Cox 
Page 21 - Dellena Criner
Page 22 - Coty Feest 
Page 23 - Brandi Fitzgerald
Page 24 - Cherlanda Franklin
Page 25 - Traci Graham 
Page 26 - Marissa Hammond
Page 27 - Brandi Harris
Page 28 - Jessica Harrison 
Page 29 - Bre'Anna Henry
Page 30 - Evelina Janisyte
Page 31 - Sabrina Keys 
Page 32 - Marianne Lombardi
Page 33 - Jessica Preslar
Page 34 - Mikail Price 
Page 35 - Andrea Sitton
Page 36 - 2005-06 Senior Salutes

2006-07 Opponents
Page 38-44 - Opponents  
Page 45 - WAC Composite Schedule

2005-06 Review
Page 48-49 - Season in Review   
Page 50-52 - Final Statistics  
Page 53-54 - WAC Stats  
Page 55-60 - Box Scores

History   
Page 62-63 - Nevada Record Book  
Page 64-66 - Year-by-Year Results
Page 67 - Miscellaneous Records
Page 68-71 - Series Records
Page 72 - Miscellaneous History 
Page 73-74 - Letterwinners

The Wolf Pack Experience 
Page 76-77 - The University
Page 78-79 - Northern Nevada
Page 80 - President Glick/Nevada Regents 
Page 81 - Athletics Director Cary Groth
Page 82 - Department Staff 
Page 83 - Future Growth  
Page 84-85 - Facilities
Page 86-87 - 2005-06 Recap
Page 88 - Sports Medicine 
Page 89 - Physical Development  
Page 90 - Academic Support
Page 91 - Community Service
Page 92 - Western Athletic Conference

STAR OF THE WEEK
Student-Athlete of the Week Athlete of the Week

Nov. 10-16

T Moe

Women's Basketball

Junior T Moe made history during Friday night's season-opening win over UC Santa Barbara by collecting the program's first triple-double. The 5-8 guard kicked off her season by posting 19 points and career-highs with 12 rebounds and 11 assists to capture the feat, the 10th to be done in the Mountain West. Moe made a strong push for her triple-double in the second half of action, tallying 13 of her 19 points in that half. Nine of her 11 assists were passes inside that led to Nevada's dominance in the paint where the Wolf Pack outscored the Gauchos by 24 points.


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