Three more names got added to the senior wall in the locker room.
The Cougars handed out their season awards at a recent team dinner hosted by Carmento Floyd at the President's House.
Katie Grad and Carly Noyes each garnered second team honors while Ireti Amojo received honorable mention.
Lia Galdeira scored 16 points in the Cougars 79-60 quarterfinal defeat Friday.
Carly Noyes and Mike Ladd Named WSUCougars.com Student-Athletes of the Week
Cougs take on Stanford.
Washington State vs. No. 4 Stanford - AP Photos
Washington State vs. No. California
Washington State at No. 12 Penn State - Nov. 11, 2011
CAREER: Set WSU career records for games played (125), games started (119) and blocks (158)...totaled 845 points 462 rebounds, 102 assists and 71 steals...posted a career shooting percentage of 47.1...scored in double figures 30 times...three-time all-academic selection...two career all-conference accolades.
SENIOR (2012-13): Only Cougar to start all 31 games...averaged 5.5 ppg and 3.1 rpg...led team with 32 blocks, 21 coming in Pac-12 Conference play...second on team in shooting percentage at 44.9...third on team with 700 minutes played...tallied 12 assists and eight steals...recorded eight multiple-block games...scored a career-high 24 points on 11-of-16 shooting and blocked three shots in the win over Monmouth...scored 14 points against Wisconsin...had six points and five boards in the win over BYU...scored eight points and blocked two shots in the upset over No. 20 Ohio State...grabbed six rebounds in the win at Gonzaga...had 14 points, grabbed nine rebounds and blocked three shots against Arizona...matched a career-high with five blocks in the win over Arizona State...became WSU's career leader in games started after starting at UCLA...scored seven points and blocked one shot at Washington, breaking Holly Zapel's school record for career blocked shots...scored six points in the overtime win against Oregon State...scored eight points and grabbed five boards in the win at Arizona State...scored eight points in the win at Oregon State...blocked three shots at Utah...became WSU's all-time leader in games played in start against No. 4 Stanford on senior day...scored four points and grabbed four rebounds against No. 4 Stanford in Pac-12 Tournament quarterfinal...earned Pac-12 All-Academic second team honors...presented the team's Cougar Power award for her work in the weight room and training.
JUNIOR (2011-12): Earned Pac-12 Conference All-Defensive Team honorable mention...appeared in all 33 games and made 32 starts...fourth on team in scoring at 7.0 ppg and grabbed 3.0 rpg...led team in blocks with 26 and was second in minutes played at 23.7 mpg...added 21 steals and 33 assists...shot a team-best .480 (110-229) from the floor, good for eighth in Pac-12...scored in double-figures 12 times to tie for team lead...blocked a shot in 17 contests and in posted seven multi-block games...in conference play; averaged 6.2 ppg, 3.4 rpg and recorded 11 blocks...scored six points and grabbed four rebounds in season-opener at No. 12/14 Penn State in the Lady Lion Classic...scored a season-high 16 points and blocked a season-high four shots in the win over UNC-Wilmington in the Lady Lion Classic...named to Lady Lion Classic All-Tournament team...scored 12 points at South Dakota State ...notched 13 points and five rebounds in the win over Prairie View A&M at the Paradise Jam in the Virgin Islands...scored 12 points against No. 24 Gonzaga...had 10 points in the win over San Diego State...had six points and six boards against No. 14/13 Louisville...had 15 points and two blocks at No. 11/13 Ohio State...scored 10 points, grabbed six rebounds and blocked two shots in the win at Oregon...had 10 points and pair of blocks at California...scored 12 points in the win over Arizona...notched 12 points and nine rebounds against Oregon...scored 12 points in the home win over UCLA...scored 10 points and grabbed four rebounds in the opening round win over Oregon State at the Pac-12 Tournament...had six points, four boards and two blocks in the quarterfinal round win over USC at the Pac-12 Tournament...earned Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.
SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Started all 31 games...only Cougar to start all 18 Pacific-10 Conference games...finished fourth on the team in scoring at 7.8 ppg...blocked a team-best 43 shots, third among the Pac-10 leaders and fourth-most in WSU single-season history...led the team in shooting percentage at .484 (103-213), good for eighth in the Pac-10...recorded a block in 21 games, including 11 multi-block efforts...brought down 3.7 rpg...recorded 39 assists and 18 steals...averaged a team-high 25.9 mpg... recorded nine double-figure scoring efforts...had four blocks and six points at UC Davis...scored 12 points, grabbed seven rebounds and blocked a career-high five shots at Portland...scored a career-high 19 points and had seven boards against Nebraska...recorded 11 points against North Carolina at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Rainbow Wahine Showdown in Honolulu...notched 10 points in the win against Long Beach State at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Rainbow Wahine Showdown in Honolulu...recorded eight points, a season-high eight rebounds and three blocks against South Dakota State...had 12 points at Gonzaga...recorded 11 points at San Diego State...registered 13 points and matched a season-high of eight rebounds at Oregon...scored 10 points and grabbed five rebounds in the win at California...matched a career-high with five blocks against Arizona State...notched 10 points at UCLA...earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.
FRESHMAN (2009-10): One of seven Cougars to appear in each of the team's 30 games...is also just one of eight Cougar freshman in NCAA history to play in 30 games in a single season...started 25 games, tied for the 10th-most by a Cougar in NCAA history...started her first-career game against Saint Mary's (Dec. 3), and was entrenched in the line-up for the remainder of the season...one of just two freshman named to the five-member Pacific-10 Conference Media All-Defensive Team...led the conference in blocks (1.9 per game), becoming the first Cougar in Pac-10 history to accomplish the feat...the mark also ranked 47th-nationally...had 57 blocks on the season, breaking a WSU single-season record that had stood for nearly 25 years...recorded a block in 27 games, and had 19 multiple-block games...ended the season with at least one block in 20-straight games...tied the WSU freshman NCAA single-game block record (four) twice...had nine games with at least three blocks, more than any other Cougar freshman in NCAA history...field goal percentage of .465 (30-of-92) ranked 10th in the Pac-10, and was the third-highest amongst conference freshmen...the mark also ranks second on WSU's NCAA freshman list...had six double-digit scoring games, including a career- and team-high tying 16 against Montana State...led or tied for the team high in scoring three times...had two double-digit rebounding efforts, including a career- and team-high 15 against Arizona...led or tied for the team high in rebounding eight times...150 rebounds ranks sixth on WSU's freshman NCAA list, and her rebounding average (5.0) ranks tied for eighth...recorded a career-high three steals against both Bradley and Montana State...averaged 6.6 points, 5.0 rebounds 0.6 assists and 0.8 steals in 24.3 minutes per game...received WSU's Most Improved, Defensive and Top Coug Awards at the team's season-ending banquet.
Four-year letterwinner for head coach Matt Strophy...FRESHMAN year averaged 13.2 points, 7.3 rebounds and 3.1 blocks per game en route to All-Columbia Basin League honors...was also named to the Tri-City Herald All-Area Team, as well as team most valuable player...SOPHOMORE year named CBL Most Valuable Player on offense and first-team all-league on both offense and defense...averaged 18.4 points, 9.0 rebounds and 4.1 blocks per game...again named Tri-City¬ Herald All-Area and team most valuable player...JUNIOR year averaged 18.9 points, 9.7 rebounds and 2.9 blocks per game en route to first-team all-state accolades from both the Seattle Times and the Tacoma News Tribune...Tri-City Herald All-Area Most Valuable Player...first-team all-league and CBL Most Valuable Player on both offense and defense...once again named team MVP...led the Chiefs to the 4-A State Championship game...SENIOR year won her third consecutive conference Most Valuable Player award and was named first-team all-state...averaged 17.9 ppg and 8.1 rpg...fourth consecutive first-team all-league and third consecutive first-team all-defense awards...team finished sixth at state...completed her career as the all-time leading scorer in Columbia Basin Big Nine league history with 1,865 points...Moses Lake's all-time leader in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots...preseason All-America honorable mention by The Sporting News...McDonald's All-America nominee...also started for the Spokane Stars elite summer basketball team as a sophomore and junior, and was named team captain as a junior...named to the End of the Trail All-Tournament team in 2008.
Born in Wenatchee, Wash...parents Bob and Marie...sister Ann competes in track and field at Boise State...enjoys playing basketball, reading and water sports.
|Points||24, Monmouth (11/16/12)|
|FG Made||11, Monmouth (11/16/12)|
|FG Attempts||16, Monmouth (11/16/12)|
|3-Point FG Made||None|
|3-Point FG Attempts||1, USC (1/23/10)|
|Free Throws Made||5, at Arizona (2/4/10)|
|Free Throw Attempts||8, South Dakota State (12/7/10)|
|Rebounds||15, Arizona (1/7/10)|
|Assists||4 (twice), Last - Oregon (2/5/11)|
|Steals||3 (three times), Last - vs. UNC Wilmington (11/13/11)|
|Blocked Shots||5 (three times), Last - Arizona State (1/6/13)|
|Turnovers||5 (four times), Last - OREGON (2/11/12)|
|Minutes||34 (five times), Last - Arizona (1/4/13)|