COLLEGE: Transferred after playing two years at MSU Denver (Metro State) ... played junior season at WWU and has one year of eligibility remaining with the Vikings.
- Played in all 32 games with 16 starts, averaging 13.2 minutes per game (421 total minutes).
- Averaged 5.6 points and 3.4 rebounds per game.
- Led the GNAC in free throw percentage (74-for-83, 89.2 percent) and ranked 12th with 2.0 offensive rebounds per game average.
- Scored in double digits six times during the season.
- Scored a season-high 21 points shooting 7-of-9 from the field and 7-of-7 at the free throw line at Alaska Fairbanks on 12/01/17.
- Career-high for free throws made and attempted came against UC San Diego on 11/19/16, going 13-for-14 at the free throw line.
- Played in 20 games, making 11 starts for Metro State.
- Earned second team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.
- Averaged 13.8 points, 6.7 rebounds, 0.8 assists, 23.9 minutes.
- Shot 44 percent from the field (142-for-321) and 71.0 percent at the free throw line (76-for-107).
- Scored in double figures 21 times, had three double-doubles.
- Had 28 points on 10-17 shooting, no assists, and seven rebounds in a 73-61 win against Colorado Mesa on Dec. 12.
- Played in 26 games as a backup forward/center as a true freshman.
- Averaged 5.3 points and 3.0 rebounds.
- Shot 47.8 percent from the floor and 60.4 percent at the free throw line.
- Total of 137 points, 78 rebounds, 10 blocked shots, six steals and four assists.
- Shot 54-for-113 from the floor and 29-for-48 at the line.
- Scored in double figures seven times.
- Named to the Holiday Inn Cherry Creek Classic all-tournament team after averaging 14.0 points in two exhibition games vs. Baker University and Southern Oregon.
- Scored 20 points on 8-of-11 shooting and had 12 rebounds in a win over Colorado Christian on Feb. 7.
- Averaged 14.0 points over the final six games of the season.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Steve and Terri Stipanovich ... father played in the NBA for the Indiana Pacers for five seasons after being the No. 2 overall pick in the 1983 NBA Draft out of the University of Missouri ... older sister Kelli played volleyball at University of Arkansas ... older sister Sadie plays basketball at St. Louis University ... has a younger sister Emma, an older sister Katie and a younger brother Luke ... majoring in business management with a concentration in international business and a minor in history.
SINGLE-GAME HIGHS [all-time ranking]:
Points: 28, at Colorado Mesa -- 12/12/15
Rebounds: 11, vs. Cal State East Bay -- 11/21/15
Assists: 4, at CSU Pubelo -- 02/06/16
Steals: 3, 5 times
Blocks: 2, Adams State -- 01/16/15 ; Colorado Christian -- 02/07/15 ; at Regis -- 02/14/15
FG made: 11, vs. Cal State East Bay -- 11/21/15
FG attempts: 21, vs. Cal State East Bay -- 11/21/15
FT made: 13, UC San Diego -- 11/19/16
FT attempts: 14, UC San Diego -- 11/19/16
Viking Jam Set for Wednesday at 7 pm
The WWU basketball teams will be showcased at WECU Court in Carver Gym
Women's Hoops Opens Exhibition Play Sunday
Vikings host Trinity Western at 12:30 pm Sunday on WECU Court at Carver Gym
Women's Hoops Announces 2017-18 Schedule
WWU to play all home games in the newly-renovated Carver Gym on WECU Court
Peacocke Honored with Hall of Fame Jersey Display
After standout senior season, Taylor Peacocke's jersey is featured at the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame
Vikings Add Three Transfers to Program
Dani Iwami (Hawai'i Pacific), Taylor Enders (Utah State) and Anna Schwecke (Colorado-Colorado Springs) join program
2016-17 Women's Basketball Season in Review
WWU recorded 34th 20-win season in the 46-year history of the program
Women's Basketball Adds Three Players for 2017-18
Emma Duff, Kelsey Rogers and Bobbi Westendorf to join WWU women's hoops team
Summer Hoops Camps Set for July
Register for WWU Women's Basketball Camps in Carver Gym in July
Taylor Peacocke to Participate at Pro Combine
Peacocke also adds another All-American accolade with First Team All-America honor from Division II Bulletin
WWU is 14th in Division II All-Sports Standings
WWU's men's and women's basketball programs gather points by advancing to the NCAA Tournament
Hathaway Recognized as SHAPE America Major of the Year
Hathaway appeared in 120 games during her WWU career and was a three-time GNAC Academic selection
Taylor Peacocke Named WBCA First Team All-American
Peacocke becomes fourth player in program history to earn First Team All-America recognition from WBCA
Taylor Peacocke Named D2CCA All-American
Peacocke set WWU and GNAC single-season records with 745 points (23.3 points/game) during senior season
Taylor Peacocke Named All-West Region
Taylor Peacocke is the nation’s leading scorer at NCAA II level with 23.3 points per game
WWU Falls 80-68 to Cal Baptist at West Regional
Tia Briggs scores career-high 29 points, Taylor Peacocke scores 25 points in loss to Lancers