Whitman College
Women's Basketball

1995-96 Season


Whitman College Women's Basketball
1995-96 Roster

No. Name Ht. Pos. Yr. Hometown//Previous School
51 Amanda Bradford 5-10 F So. Longview WA//R.A. Long HS
52 Kate Johnson 5-10 F So. Nampa ID//Nampa HS
41 Rachele Lewis 5-7 G So. Aberdeen WA//Wishkah Valley HS
32 Emily Repanich 5-8 G Jr. Bellevue WA//Interlake HS
04 Jennifer Sims 5-10 F Jr. Eagle River AK//Chugiak River HS
25 Elizabeth Hansell 5-10 P Fr. Athena OR//Weston-McEwen HS
24 Meredith Giesa 5-10 P Fr. Spokane WA//Gonzaga Prep
20 Becca Curd 5-6 G Fr. Tempe AZ//Marcos de Niza HS
10 Stephanie Kafoury 5-7 G Fr. Portland OR//Lincoln HS
05 Faye Hutchison 5-2 G Fr. Snohomish WA//Lakeside HS
14 Catherine Iosua 6-0 P Fr. Bellevue WA//Interlake HS

Coaches

Coach: John Wilcox
Asst. Coaches: Clint Froke, Marcella Weissbeck
Trainer: Juli Duffus
Athletic Director: Max Seachris


Whitman College Women's Basketball: 1995-96 Season Statistics

Player GP-GS TFG-TFGA=% 3P-3PA=% FT-FTA=% Pts/Ave Ast/Ave Reb/Ave Stl Blk
Sims 16-1 13-38=34.2 0-1=0.0 0-7=0.0 26/1.6 11/0.7 38/2.4 9 3
Hutchison 21-0 16-58=27.6 11-44=25.0 10-11=90.9 53/2.5 20/1.0 16/0.8 8 0
Iosua 23-0 21-59=35.6 0-0 7-12=58.3 49/2.1 7/0.3 62/2.7 7 4
Curd 24-21 70-197=35.5 1-5=20.0 27-39=69.2 168/7.0 52/2.2 79/3.3 26 6
Kafoury 24-0 27-80=33.8 2-3=66.7 11-17=64.7 67/2.8 23/1.0 32/1.3 16 0
Geisa 20-19 60-137=43.8 0-0 54-80=67.5 174/8.7 26/1.3 97/4.8 24 0
Hansell 24-8 85-187=45.5 0-0 57-100=57.0 227/9.5 19/0.8 156/6.5 29 4
Repanich 24-24 66-213=31.0 17-72=23.6 24-39=61.5 173/7.2 40/1.7 97/4.0 34 2
Lewis 18-0 5-35=14.3 0-2=0.0 0-3=0.0 10/0.6 13/0.7 28/1.6 8 0
Bradford 24-24 124-258=48.1 23-57=40.4 71-11=64.0 342/14.2 45/1.9 172/7.2 59 4
Johnson 24-24 86-245=35.1 7-40=17.5 54-73=74.0 233/9.7 48/2.0 178/7.4 27 19

1995-96 All-Conference Honors

For the second time in as many seasons, Whitman College sophomore Amanda Bradford has been named to the all-Northwest Conference of Independent Colleges (NCIC) second team.

Bradford, who played at R.A. Long High School in Longview, Wash., finished her season among the NCIC leaders in a handful of statistical categories. The 5-foot-10 forward ranked seventh in scoring (14.2 ppg), third in 3-point shooting percentage (40.4 percent, 23-57), seventh in field goal percentage (48.1 percent), ninth in rebounding (7.2 rpg), and seventh in steals (59 total, 2.5 per game).

Bradford earned Player of the Week honors in the NCIC during the season, as did freshman Elizabeth Hansell, who ranked eleventh in both rebounding (6.5 rpg) and field goal percentage (45.5 percent).

Kate Johnson, a Whitman sophomore who played at Nampa High School in Idaho, finished as the sixth-best free throw shooter in the NCIC at 74 percent. Johnson ranked eighth in rebounding (7.4 rpg) and eighth in blocked shots with 19 rejections in 24 games. Johnson averaged 9.7 points on the season, while Hansell averaged 9.5 points.

Pacific University emerged from the recent NCIC playoffs by beating George Fox and then Willamette to advance to the NAIA Div. II national tournament. Pacific finished the regular season in second place, two games behind Willamette.

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