Vikings Take 15-Game Win Streak Into Final Four Games

Feb. 13, 2017

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Tuesday, February 14

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Simon Fraser, 7 pm, Bellingham (Whatcom Pavilion)

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Thursday, February 16

How to Follow

at Montana State Billings, 7:30 pm MT, Billings, MT (Alterowitz Gym)

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WHAT’S HAPPENING…the Western Washington University women’s basketball team (21-3, 15-1 GNAC) faces a quick turnaround hosting Simon Fraser on Tuesday in Bellingham (7 pm) and traveling to Montana State Billings on Thursday (7:30 pm MT) for the final GNAC road game of the season…Thursday’s game in Billings will conclude a stretch of four games in eight days (3 on road).

HOW TO FOLLOWif you are not able to attend both road games in person, fans can follow this week’s games via a Webcast and Live Stats at WWUVikings.com/Live…you can also watch all WWU games via the GNAC.tv channel on the Roku streaming platform.

THE RECORD…the Vikings are 21-3 on the season and in 2nd place in the GNAC with a 15-1 record…are 10-1 at home, 8-1 away and 3-1 in neutral site games…two of three losses have been to current top 15 opponents (UAA and Angelo State), with the three teams combining for a 54-17 (.761) record (Azusa Pacific was the other defeat).

RECORD BREAKDOWN

Overall Record

21-3

GNAC

15-1

Home

10-1

Away

8-1

Neutral

3-1

vs. Ranked Teams

3-2

Leading at Half

17-1

Trailing at Half

3-2

Tied at Half

1-0

Current Streak

W15

WINNING…the Vikings are tied for 11th in NCAA Division II with an .875 winning percentage (21-3)…one of 16 Division II programs with 20 or more wins, and 3 or fewer defeats.

ELITE COMPANY…WWU’s 21-3 record is the best WWU start to a season since the 2012-13 season when the Vikings were also 21-3 after 25 games…the 2012-2013 Vikings reached the NCAA II tournament national semifinal and finished the season 29-4.

WINNING STREAK…WWU has won its last 15 games, tied for the 4th-longest active winning streak in NCAA Division II…winning streak, which dates back to Dec. 19 vs. Eastern New Mexico, is tied for the 4th-longest in program history (longest since a 19-game streak in 2010-11)…school record is a 21-game winning streak in 2005-06.

LONGEST WINNING STREAKS

21

Dec. 21, 2005 – Mar. 10, 2006

19

Dec. 11, 2010 – Feb. 22, 2011

 

1971 – 72, dates unknown

15

1972 – 73, dates unknown

 

Dec. 14, 1979 – Feb. 8, 1980

 

Nov. 21, 1983 – Jan. 21, 1984

 

Nov. 23, 2004 – Jan. 22, 2005

 

Dec. 19, 2016 – Current

14

1973 – 74, dates unknown

13

Feb. 11, 1997 – Mar. 23, 1997

12

Nov. 20, 1989 – Dec. 28, 1989

 

Feb. 14, 2013 - Mar. 26, 2013

11

Jan. 24, 1989 – Feb. 23, 1989

 

Jan. 27, 1996 – Mar. 15, 1996

 

Dec. 18, 2012 - Jan. 2, 2013

ANOTHER 20-WIN SEASON…with 21 victories, the Vikings have secured the 34th 20-win season in the 46-year history of the program…is the 20th 20-win season during the 26 years that head coach Carmen Dolfo has led the program, becoming the 10th Division II coach to notch at least 20 seasons with 20 or more wins (min. 10 years as DII head coach).

AMONG THE RANKED…new polls will be announced Tuesday prior to the SFU game…WWU reached its highest ranking in the D2SIDA media poll last week, moving up one spot to No. 12…also appeared in the WBCA Division II Coaches Poll for the second straight week moving up from No. 25 to a tie for No. 21…the Vikings are No. 3 in the current D2SIDA West Region poll behind Alaska Anchorage and California Baptist, and ahead of Simon Fraser.

GNAC STANDINGS

Standings

GNAC

Overall

Alaska Anchorage

16-0

23-1

Western Washington

15-1

21-3

Simon Fraser

13-3

22-4

Seattle Pacific

9-7

17-7

Alaska

7-9

11-12

Concordia

7-9

10-14

Northwest Nazarene

7-9

9-13

Central Washington

5-11

10-14

Montana State Billings

5-11

8-16

Western Oregon

3-13

7-16

Saint Martin's

1-15

5-19

NATIONAL LEADERTaylor Peacocke leads all of NCAA Division II with an average of 22.8 points per game, recording 546 points in 24 games…scored a career-high 41 points at Simon Fraser on Jan. 17, tied for the 3rd-most points by an NCAA II player this season…has scored at least 18 points in 19 of 24 games this season, and tallied 16 games with 20 or more points…is the 9th-leading active scorer in NCAA Division II with 1,741 points in 111 career games (15.7 points/game)…Peacocke is currently 3rd in WWU history with 1,741 career points (2nd is 1,786, 1st is 1,990) and is on pace to set the single-season record averaging 22.8 points/game (record is 21.7 ppg by Jo Metzer).

2016 NCAA DIVISION II SCORING LEADERS

Rank

Player

PPG

PTS

FGM

3FG

FT

1.

Taylor Peacocke, Western Wash.

22.8

546

176

62

132

2.

Dana Watts, American International

22.4

583

205

0

173

3.

Sandra Ikeora, Dominican (CA)

21.9

525

203

0

119

4.

Ivy Wallen, North Alabama

21.6

518

171

32

144

5.

Jordan Wilson, Alaska Fairbanks

21.6

496

190

1

115

6.

Stephanie Wooten, Davis & Elkins

21.3

490

163

83

81

7.

Kristen Drogsler, Caldwell

21.2

509

174

70

91

8.

Cassidy Mihalko, California Baptist

21.0

546

198

40

110

 

Madison Rowland, Queens (NY)

21.0

504

206

20

72

10.

Autummn Williams, Alaska Anchorage

21.0

503

194

38

77

TOUGH REGION…the NCAA Division II West Region features 5 of the top 10 scoring average leaders…Taylor Peacocke leads NCAA II averaging 22.8 points per game, but is followed closely by Sandra Ikeora (3rd, Dominican, 21.9), Jordan Wilson (5th, Alaska Fairbanks, 21.6), Cassidy Mihalko (T8th, California Baptist, 21.0) and Autummn Williams (10th, Alaska Anchorage, 21.0).

ON THE MARK…WWU leads the GNAC and ranks 10th in NCAA Division II with a field goal percentage of 46.1% (628-for-1362)…Vikings have shot under 40% in a game just twice in 24 games this season…also 3rd in the nation in free throw percentage (81.0/426-for-526) and 13th in 3-point FG percentage (37.3/113-for-303).

NCAA STATISTICAL RANKINGS

Scoring Offense

36

74.8

Scoring Defense

57

59.4

Scoring Margin

16

15.4

FG Percentage

10

46.1

FG Percentage Defense

61

37.2

Free-Throw Percentage

3

81.0

Rebound Margin

52

5.2

3-Point FG Per Game

233

4.7

3-Point FG Percentage

13

37.3

Won-Lost Percentage

T-11

87.5

Assist Turnover Ratio

60

0.96

Turnover Margin

146

0.33

THE HEADLINES

  • Winning Streak – WWU has not lost since Dec. 17, 2016, putting together a 15-game winning streak.
  • Sharp Shooters – WWU ranks 10th in the nation in field goal percentage (46.1%/628-1362).
  • Charity Stripe – WWU is 3rd in the nation in free throw percentage (81.0%/426-for-526).
  • Scoring Machine Taylor Peacocke leads NCAA Division II averaging 22.8 points per game.
  • Chasing History Taylor Peacocke has scored 1,741 points in 111 career games, 3rd-most in WWU history, and currently 4th-best in GNAC history…is WWU’s leading scorer during the GNAC era (since 2001-02).
  • On the Boards Tia Briggs is 6th in the GNAC averaging 6.5 rebounds per game.
  • Remaining Schedule – WWU has 4 remaining games (all GNAC) in the 2016-17 regular season (3 home).

THE STARTING 5…here is a look at the probable starting 5 for the Vikings:

#

Player

Pos

GP-GS

Points/G

Rebounds/G

Minutes/G

Notable

21

Rachel Albert

F

20-5

4.0

5.3

20.3

Averaging 6.8 ppg, 6.0 rpg over last 6 G

33

Kiana Gandy

F

24-24

12.4

4.5

30.4

Averaging 15.8 ppg over last 4 G

44

Tia Briggs

C

24-24

12.3

6.5

30.8

Scored in double-digits in 9 of last 10 G

3

Taylor Peacocke

G

24-24

22.8

4.0

33.6

NCAA II scoring leader with 22.8 ppg

34

Jessica Valley

G

24-24

5.5

5.0

26.3

2.9 assists and 1.7 steals per game

PUTTING UP THE POINTS…the Vikings rank 36th nationally and 3rd in the GNAC with an average of 74.8 points per game…scoring margin of 15.4 ranks 16th nationally and 2nd in the GNAC.

DOWN BUT NOT OUT…the Vikings are 3-2 when trailing at halftime…most recently overcame a 30-22 halftime deficit at Saint Martin’s on Feb. 11 to claim a 59-57 win…have won last 3 games, all road contests, when trailing at the half.

41 POINTSTaylor Peacocke scored 41 points on 13-for-19 shooting (5-8 3FG, 10-10 FT) Jan. 17 at nationally-ranked Simon Fraser…was the second-most points scored in a game in program history (record is 42) and tied for 3rd-most by a GNAC player…scored 27 points in the second half (15 in the 3rd quarter, 12 in the 4th quarter) to take WWU from a one-point deficit at halftime (34-35) to a 12-point victory…also tied for 3rd-most points scored by a DII player in a game this season.

WWU SINGLE-GAME SCORING LEADERS

42

Gina Sampson vs. Western Oregon

Dec. 9, 1995

41

Taylor Peacocke at Simon Fraser

Jan. 17, 2017

37

Amanda Dunbar vs. Northwest Nazarene

Jan.17, 2009

 

Jessica Summers vs. Washburn

Dec. 16, 2009

36

Corinn Waltrip at Seattle Pacific

Feb. 16, 2013

35

Carmen Dolfo vs. Lewis-Clark State

Feb. 8, 1986

 

Cim Hanson vs. Concordia (OR)

Dec. 15, 1989

GNAC SINGLE-GAME SCORING LEADERS

45

Leada Berkey, Western Oregon (vs. CWU)

Feb. 21, 2008

44

Sheena Brown, Alaska (vs. CWU)

Feb. 12, 2009

41

Taylor Peacocke, WWU (at SFU)

Jan. 17, 2017

 

Erin Chambers, Simon Fraser (vs. SMU)

Feb. 14, 2015

40

Elisa Homer, Simon Fraser (at NNU)

Feb. 4, 2016

 

Beth Layton, Saint Martin’s (vs. CWU)

Feb. 25, 2006

BALANCED ATTACK…three players are averaging double digits scoring for the season…Taylor Peacocke (22.8 ppg), Kiana Gandy (12.4 ppg) and Tia Briggs (12.3 ppg) are all averaging double figures…Peacocke (1st), Gandy (11th) and Briggs (12th) rank amongst the top 15 in the GNAC.

PEACOCKE’S POINTS…senior Taylor Peacocke is currently 3rd in WWU history with 1,741 career points…also 4th in GNAC history and closing in on the top 3 (1,752 is 3rd)…ranks 2nd in program history averaging 15.7 points per game (111 games/95 starts)…Peacocke has scored in double-digits in 50 of her last 53 games, and 92 of 111 career games with WWU…the school record for points in a career is 1,990 by Jo Metzger from 1977-81…the single-season scoring mark is 630 points (21.7 per game average) by Metzger in 1980-81 (Peacocke currently has 546 points)…scored 20+ points in 17 of 24 games this season.

WWU CAREER SCORING LEADERS

Rk

Player

Points

1.

Jo Metzger (1977-81)

1,990

2.

Gina Sampson (1992-96)

1,786

3.

Taylor Peacocke (2013-)

1,741

4.

Celeste Hill (1996-2000)

1,658

5.

Amanda Dunbar (2007-11)

1,654

6.

Cim Hanson (1987-91)

1,475

7.

Jenn McGillivray (2000-04)

1,432

8.

Lori deKubber (1981-85)

1,408

9.

Amanda Olsen (1996-2000)

1,367

10.

Shannon Grandbois (1992-97)

1,335

11.

Cindy Pancerzewski (1981-85)

1,298

12.

Katie Colard (2011-15)

1,207

13.

Kris Keltner (1983-87)

1,195

14.

Tina Donahue (2002-06)

1,191

15.

Jan Johnston (1976-80)

1,164

Rk

Player

Avg.

1.

Jo Metzger (1977-81)

18.3

2.

Taylor Peacocke (2013-)

15.7

3.

Gina Sampson (1992-96)

14.9

4.

Celeste Hill (1996-2000)

14.5

5.

Amanda Dunbar (2007-11)

14.4

GNAC AND NATIONAL HONORSTaylor Peacocke was named the GNAC Player of the Week (third time this season, fifth in career) for the week of Jan. 16-22…became the first player in conference history to win the USBWA Division II National Player of the Week award…Peacocke is the 9th player in GNAC history to win three Player of the Week awards in a single season.

CHARITY STRIPE the Vikings are 426-for-526 as a team from the free throw line through 24 games (81.0%) to rank 3rd in the country and 1st the GNAC…also 3rd in the nation in free throws made (426) as well as 35th with 526 total attempts…Hannah Stipanovich is 70-for-78 at the line (89.7%) to rank 7th nationally (1st in GNAC)…Taylor Peacocke is 6th nationally with 132 made throws (17th with 153 attempts) and ranks 28th (2nd in GNAC) shooting 86.3% at the line (132-for-153)…Kiana Gandy and Rachel Albert do not meet the  minimum free throw attempts per game criteria to rank nationally, but Gandy has made 54-of-59 free throw attempts (91.5%) to lead the GNAC…Albert is also 15-for-17 from the line.

CHASING FREE THROW HISTORY…WWU’s single-season record for free throw percentage is 77.3% (341-for-441) in 2009-10 and the GNAC record is 79.8% (453-for-568) by Seattle Pacific in 2012-13…Western’s current percentage (81.0) is on pace to break both single-season marks…Taylor Peacocke is a career 85.5% FT shooter (378-for-442), 6th-best amongst active NCAA II players, and is approaching the school career mark of 86.1% (167-for-194) by Katie Collard.

SCOUTING THE OPPONENTS…at brief look at WWU’s opponent this weekend:

Simon Fraser (22-4, 13-3 GNAC): The Vikings beat SFU 84-72 in Burnaby on Jan. 17 behind Taylor Peacocke’s 41 points…WWU leads the all-time series 47-35, with a current 4-game winning streak.

MSU Billings (8-16, 5-11 GNAC): WWU beat MSUB 63-59 on Jan. 21 in Bellingham, snapping a 3-game losing streak to the Yellowjackets…WWU is 3-5 vs. MSUB in last 8 games, after going 11-1 from 2008-13…Vikings lead the all-time series 21-14 dating back to first meeting in 1994.

A LOOK AT THE GNAC…WWU (15-1) is in 2nd place in the GNAC heading into this week’s action…Alaska Anchorage leads the league with a perfect 16-0 record in conference play and is ranked No. 2 in the nation…WWU has 4 GNAC games remaining in the regular season prior to the conference tournament March 2-4 in Lacey…the Vikings, along with UAA and Simon Fraser, have already locked down one of the six spots for the GNAC Tournament.

TEAM SUMMARIES

G

PF-PA

Avg score

Margin

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-FGA

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

RebF

RebA

Margin

Alaska

23

1576-1606

68.5-69.8

-1.3

559-1299

.430

113-366

.309

345-452

.763

771

826

-2.4

Alaska Anchorage

24

2000-1253

83.3-52.2

+31.1

735-1613

.456

202-549

.368

328-432

.759

916

762

+6.4

Central Washington

24

1461-1510

60.9-62.9

-2.0

540-1315

.411

83-309

.269

298-439

.679

897

787

+4.6

Concordia (Ore.)

24

1518-1618

63.2-67.4

-4.2

522-1393

.375

139-403

.345

335-474

.707

870

917

-2.0

MSU Billings

24

1428-1709

59.5-71.2

-11.7

511-1353

.378

116-416

.279

290-406

.714

728

854

-5.2

Northwest Nazarene

22

1734-1747

78.8-79.4

-0.6

637-1408

.452

112-328

.341

348-466

.747

832

790

+1.9

Saint Martin's

24

1431-1651

59.6-68.8

-9.2

488-1292

.378

109-354

.308

346-506

.684

816

894

-3.2

Seattle Pacific

24

1627-1376

67.8-57.3

+10.5

602-1440

.418

143-428

.334

280-357

.784

888

792

+4.0

Simon Fraser

26

1939-1678

74.6-64.5

+10.0

703-1579

.445

190-566

.336

343-492

.697

941

885

+2.2

Western Oregon

23

1413-1614

61.4-70.2

-8.7

509-1291

.394

125-427

.293

270-368

.734

818

872

-2.3

Western Washington

24

1795-1425

74.8-59.4

+15.4

628-1362

.461

113-303

.373

426-526

.810

903

778

+5.2

TIA TEARING IT UPTia Briggs has scored in double figures in 9 of her last 10 games, averaging 14.7 points per game during this span…also averaging 6.4 rebounds/game in the last 10 games.

FILLING THE STAT SHEETJessica Valley has proven to be an all-around contributor for the Vikings, leading WWU in steals (1.7 spg), and ranking 2nd with 5.0 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game…has also contributed 5.5 points per game while starting every contest.

YES, THAT STIPANOVICHHannah Stipanovich is a junior transfer from Metro State…she is the daughter Steve Stipanovich, who played in the NBA for the Indiana Pacers from 1983-88 (403 games, 13.2 points/game, 7.8 rebounds/game)…Stipanovich is averaging 6.8 points and 3.7 rebounds per game in 24 games/16 starts…she is 7th in NCAA II with a 89.7 free throw percentage (70-for-78)…the WWU single-season free throw percentage record is 91.7% by Katie Colard (66-for-72) in 2014-15.

20-POINT STREAKTaylor Peacocke opened the season with 6 consecutive games scoring 20 or more points…with a quick check of the archives, the 6-game streak of 20+ points was the longest since WWU Hall of Famer and all-time leading scorer Jo Metzger had an 8-game streak from Jan. 19-Feb. 9, 1979…had the streak snapped scoring just 19 points Dec. 1 at Alaska…had her streak of scoring in double digits snapped at 37 consecutive games (scored 10+ in 46 of last 47)…has 27 career 20-point games (17 this season).

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMSTaylor Peacocke and Kiana Gandy were both named to the All-Tournament Team at the Sodexo Tip-Off Classic hosted by Seattle Pacific…Peacocke and Hannah Stipanovich were selected to the All-Tournament Team at the West Region Crossover Classic…Peacocke and Jessica Valley were honored as All-Tournament Team selections at the Lynda Goodrich Classic…Gandy was an all-tournament selection at the Holiday Hoops Classic…Peacocke was named the tournament MVP of three of the four tournaments WWU appeared in.

GNAC FAVORITES…the Vikings were selected as the slight favorite in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Preseason Coaches Poll…in a vote of the 11 conference head coaches, WWU claimed 112 points and 6 of the 11 first-place votes…only 9 points separated the top three teams in the poll.

RETURNING EXPERIENCE…the Vikings return 8 letters winners from last season…in addition to 4 returning starters, 4 additional returners saw action in at least 26 of the Vikings 29 games…in total, 77.8 percent of the offensive production from last season returns.

CARVER CONSTRUCTION…all regular season home games, including tournament games, will be played at Whatcom Pavilion on the campus of Whatcom Community College while Carver Gym completes the second year of a two-year remodel project.

LED BY A LEGEND…head coach Carmen Dolfo is in her 26th season leading the program…she owns an all-time record of 556-204 (.732) to rank amongst active and career leaders at the Division II level in career wins and winning percentage…Dolfo became the winningest coach in Western Washington history last season when she collected victory No. 519 on Dec. 3 vs. Alaska to pass former men’s basketball coach Brad Jackson (518-279)…here is where Coach Dolfo ranks ranked in the NCAA in several categories (numbers entering the 2016-17 season):

  • Winningest Active Coaches (All-Divisions): 46th (535-201/.727)
  • Winningest Active Coaches (Division II): 10th (by wins), 17th (by pct.)
  • Winningest All-Time Coaches (Division II): 20th (by wins), 23rd (by pct.)
  • Most 20-Win Seasons (Division II): T10th (19)

A STORIED PROGRAM…two Western Washington women’s basketball coaches have more than 400 career victories…current head coach Carmen Dolfo has amassed 556 wins while former coach Lynda Goodrich totaled 411 wins leading the Vikings…overall WWU is 988-339 (.745) in 46 seasons.

POSTSEASON HISTORY…WWU has advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 15 of 18 seasons, reaching the Final Four in 2000 and 2013…five-time regular-season GNAC champion and won back-to-back GNAC Tournament Championships in 2012-13 and 2013-14.

🏀  CHARTING WWU BASKETBALL  🏀


GNAC ALL-TIME CAREER LEADING SCORERS

Rk

Points

Player

School (Years)

1.

1,946

Erin Chambers

Simon Fraser, 2011-15

2.

1,831

Bobbi Knudsen

MSU Billings, 2010-14

3.

1,752

Rebecca Kielpinski

Alaska Anchorage, 2005-09

4.

1,741

Taylor Peacocke

Western Washington, 2013-17

5.

1,712

Jordan Wilson

Alaska Fairbanks, 2013-17

6.

1,696

Rose Shaw

Central Washington, 1998-02

7.

1,654

Amanda Dunbar

Western Washington, 2007-11

8.

1,645

Katie Benson

Seattle Pacific, 2010-14

9.

1,623

Nicole Lynch

Humboldt State, 2001-05

10.

1,576

Megan Hingston

Northwest Nazarene, 2010-14


GNAC ALL-TIME LEADING SCORERS (AVG PER GAME)

Rk

Avg.

Player

School (Years)

1.

21.15

Alira Carpenter (1142 P, 54 G)

MSU Billings, 2007-09

2.

19.30

Cody Burgess (1100 P, 57 G)

Alaska Fairbanks, 2002-05

3.

18.01

Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe (1495 P, 83 G)

Simon Fraser, 2010-13

4.

17.29

Jordan Wilson (1712 P, 99 G)

Alaska Fairbanks, 2013-17

5.

17.17

Beth Layton (1425 P, 83 G)

Saint Martin's, 2003-06

6.

17.07

Erin Chambers (1946 P, 114 G)

Simon Fraser, 2011-15

7.

16.83

Kamie Jo Massey (892 P, 53 G)

Alaska Anchorage, 2002-04

8.

16.69

Jenna Washington (918 P, 55 G)

Humboldt State, 2004-06

9.

16.20

Heidi Buehler (907 P, 56 G)

Northwest Nazarene, 2002-04

10.

15.76

Nicole Lynch (1623 P, 103 G)

Humboldt State, 2001-05

Peacocke is averaging 15.68 points/game in her career



WWU SINGLE-SEASON SCORING AVERAGE

Player

Season

Points

Avg.

Taylor Peacocke

2016-17

546

22.8

Jo Metzger

1980-81

630

21.7

Joni Slagle

1976-77

543

20.1

Jo Metzger

1979-80

470

18.1

Gina Sampson

1995-96

576

17.5

Amanda Dunbar

2009-10

486

17.4

Celeste Hill

1999-00

509

17.0

Joni Slagle

1975-76

408

17.0

Carmen Dolfo

1985-86

539

16.8

Taylor Peacocke

2015-16

471

16.8

Kelli Kuiken

1986-87

448

16.6

Jessica Summers

2009-10

445

16.5

Gina Sampson

1994-95

479

16.5

Jo Metzger

1977-78

479

16.5

Jo Metzger

1978-79

411

16.4

Anna Rabel

1988-89

562

16.1


GNAC SINGLE-SEASON SCORING AVERAGE

Player (School)

Season

Avg.

Points

G

Erin Chambers-SFU

2014-15

23.5

657

28

Erin Chambers-SFU

2013-14

23.1

692

30

Taylor Peacocke-WWU

2016-17

22.8

546

24

Alira Carpenter-MSUB

2008-09

22.3

601

27

Jordan Wilson-UAF

2016-17

21.6

496

23

Leada Berkey-WOU

2006-07

21.1

570

27

Autummn Williams-UAA

2016-17

21.0

503

24

Cody Burgess-UAF

2004-05

20.4

550

27

Beth Layton-SMU

2005-06

20.3

547

27

Kayleen Goggins-MSUB

2014-15

20.0

560

28

Alira Carpenter-MSUB

2007-08

20.0

541

27

Jenna Washington-HSU

2005-06

19.8

555

28

Adrienne Taalak-UAF

2004-05

19.7

452

23

Adrienne Taalak-UAF

2003-04

19.7

511

26

Rebecca Kielpinski-UAA

2005-06

19.4

523

27

Katie Benson-SPU

2013-14

19.3

522

27

Bell Jordan-UAA

2001-02

19.3

522

27

Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe-SFU

2010-11

18.8

452

24

Heidi Buehler-NNU

2003-04

18.7

506

27

Megan Hingston-NNU

2012-13

18.6

539

29

Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe-SFU

2011-12

18.6

521

28

Cody Burgess-UAF

2002-03

18.2

492

27

Martina Kartikova-SMU

2004-05

18.0

523

29


NCAA DIVISION II ACTIVE CAREER SCORING LEADERS

Rank

Player

PTS

GM

FGM

3FG

FT

1.

Madison Rowland, Queens (NY)

2,183

105

863

99

358

2.

Cassidy Mihalko, California Baptist

2,043

121

731

238

343

3.

Jen Gemma, Bentley

2,021

120

735

73

478

4.

Jasmine Kearse, Limestone

1,933

123

641

368

283

5.

Jamie Johnson, Lewis

1,931

122

648

232

403

6.

Miki Glenn, California (PA)

1,902

118

563

86

690

7.

Emily Wendling, Saginaw Valley

1,850

110

697

5

451

8.

Kelly Moten, Emporia State

1,766

126

616

114

420

9.

Taylor Peacocke, Western Wash.

1,741

111

621

121

378

10.

Jordan Wilson, Alaska Fairbanks

1,712

99

676

21

339

 

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