Whitman College
Women's Basketball

All-Time Career Scoring Leaders


No. 1 -- 1,693 points

Katie Rubenser, 1990-1994
5-foot-8 forward
Walla Walla (WA) High School

Notes: Also holds Whitman's school record for career steals with 310 thefts ... Ranks No. 2 in career rebounds at Whitman with 824 boards in 99 games, an 8.3 per game average ... Earned first-team all-conference honors in her last three seasons, after receiving second-team recognition as a freshman.

No. 2 -- 1,639 points

Jennifer McClure, 1990-1994
6-foot-3 center
Elgin (OR) High School

Notes: Holds Whitman school records for most rebounds (902) and blocked shots (311) in a career ... Blocked 95 shots as a junior, a single-season school record ... Scored a career-high 37 points in a December, 1992, victory over Northwest Nazarene ... Capped collegiate career by earning second-team All-American honors for NAIA Div. II ... After claiming second-team all-conference recognition as a freshman, made the all-conference first team in her last three seasons.

No. 3 -- 1,401 points

Amanda Bradford, 1994-98
5-foot-10 forward
Long High School (Longview, WA)

Notes: Led Whitman in scoring and steals in each of her four seasons; also led the team in rebounding three times ... Led the Northwest Conference in scoring as a junior, averaging 18.8 points per game on the season and 19.9 points in 16 conference games ... Earned second-team all-conference honors in each of her four seasons ... A knee injury hampered her senior year, causing her to miss six games ... Placed third, second, fourth and fourth in the javelin event in four trips to the NAIA national track & field championships.




No. 4 -- 1,251 points **

Kim Flerchinger Clothier, 1983-87
5-foot-11 forward
Griswold High School (Helix, OR)

Notes: Enjoyed her best season as a junior, earning first-team all-conference honors after scoring 505 points (21.0 ppg) and grabbing 175 rebounds (7.3 rpg) in 24 games ... Also nabbed first-team honors as a senior, when she scored a career high of 37 points in one game ... Finished her Whitman career with a total of 560 rebounds.


No. 5 -- 1,249 points

Erica Aydelotte, 1988-92
5-foot-11 forward
Henley High School (Klamath Falls, OR)

Notes: Made an immediate impact as a collegian, averaging 15.5 points and 5.0 rebounds as a freshman to earn first-team all-conference honors ... Also earned first-team honors as a senior, averaging 13.5 points and 4.8 rebounds while leading Whitman to a 17-7 season record.




No. 6 -- 1,205 points

Julie Slocum Bennani, 1986-90
5-foot-6 guard
Boise (Idaho) High School

Notes: Maintained a steady scoring pace throughout her four years as a starter, averaging 13.12, 13.16 and 13.20 points per game in three of her seasons ... Earned first-team all-conference honors as a senior team captain when she scored 341 points while canning 44 3-point baskets, a school record at the time ... Also grabbed 127 rebounds (4.9 rpg), handed out 97 assists (3.7 apg) and swiped 90 steals (3.1 spg) during her senior season ... Finished her Whitman career with 310 assists and 258 steals ... Also snared a total of 272 rebounds in the final three seasons (rebounding total for her freshman season not available at this time).




No. 7 -- 1,124 points

Susan Hubbard Sakimoto, 1984-88
6-foot-1 forward / center
Sandpoint (Idaho) High School

Notes: As a senior co-captain, led Whitman to a 1988 conference championship, sparking the squad in scoring (15.3 ppg), rebounding (8.4 rpg), and field goal shooting (56.3 percent) ... Scored 27 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in the title-clinching victory over Pacific ... Ranks third all-time in Whitman career rebounding with 787 total rebounds ... Shot 51.3 percent from the floor (445 of 868) in her four seasons ... Also competed in track and field, qualifying for the NAIA national championships in the 400-meter hurdles in 1985, and volleyball, sharing in Whitman's 1985 conference title ... Won the 1988 Mignon Borleske Trophy as Whitman's top female athlete.

No. 8 -- 1,119 points **

Barb Cunningham, 1982-86
5-foot-7 guard
Capital High School (Boise, ID)



No. 9 -- 1,085 points

Sunny Gulberg, 1989-02
5-foot-6 guard
Snohomish (WA) High School

Notes: Gulberg, who played in just 11 games as a junior because of foreign study, finished her Whitman career with 303 rebounds, 250 assists, 129 steals and a school record 173 3-point baskets ... Was hampered throughout her senior season by torn meniscus cartilage in one of her knees.




No. 10 -- 1,072 points **

Mary Kincaid, 1982-86
5-foot-4 guard
Heppner (OR) High School



No. 11 -- 1,003 points

Lizzy Washburn, 2002-06
5-foot-9 forward
Mundelein (IL) High School

Notes: Washburn led Whitman in scoring, rebounding, shooting percentage and blocked shots as a senior and junior ... Her career numbers also include 491 rebounds, 150 steals, 128 assists, 51 blocked shots ... Capped her senior season by netting NWC Player of the Week honors after leading Whitman to a pair of victories that earned the Missionaries a spot in the conference playoffs ... Earned First-Team All-NWC honors as a senior, after being named to the second team as a junior ... Was a sophomore and key contributor on the 2006 team that shared the NWC championship with Puget Sound ... Was named to ESPN The Magazine's Academic All-District First-Team as a senior, after earning a spot on the academic second team as a junior.



No. 12 -- 970 points

Laura Vertatschitsch, 2002-06
5-foot-7 guard
Issaquah (WA) High School

Notes: Her career numbers also include 198 rebounds, 182 assists, 119 steals, 87 three-point baskets ... Earned All-Northwest Conference Honorable Mention recognition as both a sophomore, when Whitman shared the NWC regular season title with Puget Sound, and a junior ... Led Whitman in scoring as a sophomore, averaging a career-high 12.6 points per game.



No. 13 -- 938 points

Heather Denker, 1989-93
5-foot-6 guard
S. Eugene (OR) High School



No. 14 -- 918 points

Kristi Lampe, 1995
5-foot-10 forward
Meridian (ID) High School


** Career point total does not include any points scored in a Dec. 18, 1984, game played at the College of Notre Dame; statistics not available at this time for that game.