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.
Lia Galderia led the Cougars with eight points and seven rebounds.
Cougs take on Stanford.
RS-JUNIOR (2012-13): Appeared in all 31 games and made six starts...averaged 1.8 ppg and 1.4 rpg...recorded 15 assists, 11 steals and one block...hit a three in the win over Monmouth...hit a three, scored five points and grabbed three rebounds in the win over No. 20 Ohio State...scored five points and recorded four boards at Syracuse...had four rebounds in the win at Gonzaga...recorded season highs of seven points and six rebounds at USC...scored five points against No. 17 UCLA...had a steal and two rebounds at Utah...hit a three and scored five points on senior day against No. 4 Stanford....scored five points against No. 4 Stanford in Pac-12 Conference Tournament quarterfinal...received Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention...voted by the team as the Most Inspirational player.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Appeared in 13 games before suffering season-ending left knee injury at Oregon...made 10 starts...averaged a team-best 9.0 ppg...was leading the Pac-12 Conference in three-point shooting at 24-for-31 (.500) before suffering injury...made 11 steals and dished out 21 assists...made 24-of-31 (.774) free throw attempts...finished fourth on team in three-point makes despite playing just 13 contests...recorded seven double-digit games...scored nine points at No. 12 Penn State...notched 12 points in win at Wisconsin...scored 13 points against Marquette and 11 points against Prairie View A&M at the Paradise Jam in the Virgin Islands...knocked down four 3-pointers to finish with 12 points against No. 24 Gonzaga...hit four 3-pointers, finished with 16 points and a career-high seven boards in the win over San Diego State...connected on a pair of threes and recorded 12 points along with four steals in the win over UC Riverside...erupted for a career-high and WSU season-high 22 points against No. 14 Louisville, hitting three from behind the arc and knocking down all nine of her free throw attempts...hit one three before suffering season-ending injury at Oregon...received Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.
RS-FRESHMAN (2010-11): Earned Pacific-10 Conference All-Freshmen honorable mention accolades...appeared in all 31 games, setting a WSU freshman single-season record for games played ...made 21 starts...third on the team in scoring with 8.5 ppg...second on the team at 9.7 ppg in conference games...ninth in the Pac-10 with team-high 48 made 3-pt field goals, the fifth-most by a WSU freshman in a single season...made team-best 39 3-pt field goals in conference play, fourth most in Pac-10...scored in double-figures 12 times...made three-or-more 3-pt field goals in seven games...recorded 51 assists and 22 steals...registered a made 3-pointer in 11 straight games (Jan. 8-Feb. 17)...recorded nine points against Portland...registered 13 points against Nebraska...made first career start against Nevada and scored 11 points...notched 12 points at Gonzaga...made four 3-pt field goals and notched 14 points against USC...hit four 3-pointers and registered 13 points against UCLA...made three 3-pt field goals and scored 11 points in win at Oregon State...connected on three from long distance and finished with 10 points in the win over California...knocked down four 3-pt shots and registered 16 points in win at Arizona State...scored a career-high 21 points while making a career-best five 3-pointers and playing a career-best 33 minutes at Arizona...made four 3-pt shots and finished with 17 points in win over Oregon State...registered 13 points in win over Oregon...scored 11 points at USC...earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.
FRESHMAN (2009-10): Redshirt season...appeared in one game before a knee injury suffered in practice ended her debut campaign...played 19 minutes against UC Davis in WSU's season opener, going 3-of-5 from the floor, including 1-of-2 from 3-point...scored seven points...named WSU's Most Inspirational at the team's season-ending banquet.
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