2018-19 schedule


Dec 18, 2018 - The Cats also averaged a program best 2,397 fans per game. ..... onds remaining gave the Cats its first lead. ...... Home games-$vg/Game.

NCAA Tournament: 1993  2017 - WNIT: 1987  2003  2016

2018-19 SCHEDULE

WBB Contact: Tom Schulz - O: 406-994-5130, C: 406-580-6786 - Email: [email protected]

Record: 5-4 Overall; 0-0 Big Sky NOVEMBER Tue. 6 Carroll College Fri. 9 at #19 Marquette Fri., 16 vs. Delaware Sat. 17 at Texas State Tue. 27 at Wyoming Fri. 30 Long Beach State DECEMBER Thur. 6 at Stephen F. Austin Sat. 8 at TCU Sun. 16 Omaha Tue. 18 South Dakota State Sat. 29 Southern Utah* Mon. 31 Northern Arizona*

THIS WEEK’S VITALS

W L W W L W

64-48 52-100 69-60 67-59 58-66 85-62

L L W

53-60 49-71 59-56 7 pm 2 pm 4 pm

JANUARY Thur. 3 Sat. 5 Thur. 10 Mon. 14 Sat. 19 Thur. 24 Sat. 26

at Portland State* at Sacramento State* Idaho* at Northern Colorado* Eastern Washington* at Weber State* at Idaho State*

8 pm 3 pm 7 pm 7 pm 2 pm 7 pm 2 pm

FEBRUARY Sat. 2 Mon. 4 Thur. 7 Sat. 9 Thur. 14 Sat. 16 Sat. 23

Montana* Northern Colorado* at Eastern Washington* at Idaho* Idaho State* Weber State* at Montana*

2 pm 7 pm 7 pm 3 pm 7 pm 2 pm 2 pm

MARCH Sat. 2 Mon. 4 Thur. 7 Sat. 9

at Northern Arizona* at Southern Utah* Portland State* Sacramento State*

2 pm 6:30 pm 7 pm 2 pm

WHO: WHEN: WHERE: RECORDS: SERIES: LAST MTG: Tale of the Tape SDSU............Stat .............. MSU 73.7 .............PPG ..............61.8 40.1 ............ RPG ..............35.7 45.6 ............ FG% ..............40.1 35.4 ........3-PT FG% .........25.3 74.1..............FT% ..............68.7 16.9 .............APG ..............12.3 6.8 ................SPG .................7.4 14.0 ............. TOs .............. 17.3

South Dakota State at Montana State Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018 @ 7 p.m. (MT) Bozeman, MT - Worthington Arena (6,772) MSU- 5-4, 0-0; So. Dakota State- 7-4, 0-0 First Meeting First Meeting

My 103.5 KZMY with play-by-play from Jason Alvine Pregame begins 15-minutes prior to opening tip. Live statistics can be accessed at msubobcats.com Running play-by-play and boxscore are available Live video streaming is available to Tuesday’s game at www.msubobcats.com Follow the Montana State women’s basketball squad on social media at MSUBobcatsWBB

NEXT UP: The Bobcat women’s basketball team will close out its non-conference schedule when it hosts South Dakota State on Tuesday, Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. in Worthington Arena. Montana State is coming off a come-from-behind 59-56 victory over Omaha on Sunday afternoon, while the Jackrabbits defeated Savannah State 97-49 on Friday in Brookings. Following the Christmas break, MSU will open its Big Sky Conference season when it hosts Southern Utah on Saturday, Dec. 29 at 2 p.m. in Worthington Arena. ON A SERIES NOTE: Believe it or not, Montana State and South Dakota State have never met on the hardwood. In fact, MSU hasn’t faced any of the NCAA Division-I schools in South Dakota. Both SDSU and USD are members of The Summit League. Montana State’s last win over an opponent from The Summit League was on Sunday against Omaha. Former Big Sky member North Dakota will play its first season in The Summit League this winter. STAT OF THE WEEK: After coming out flat against Omaha on Sunday, MSU shot eight-of-11 (72.7%) from the field in the fourth quarter to get the win.

#14 Claire Lundberg Forward, 6-1, Sr. Andover, MN

#33 Madeline Smith Forward, 6-2, Jr. Snohomish, WA

#15 Martha Kuderer Forward, 5-11, Jr. Eden Prairie, MN

#24 Oliana Squires Guard, 5-8, Jr. Colo. Springs, CO

#42 Halle Wright Guard, 6-0, Fr. Aumsville, OR

PPG: 17.8 RPG: 3.4

PPG: 6.7 RPG: 5.1

PPG: 9.9 RPG: 5.2

PPG: 11.2 RPG: 3.1

PPG: 2.8 RPG: 2.0

2018-19 BIG SKY CONFERENCE PRESEASON COACHES POLL Team 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Points Idaho ..................................99 (9) Portland State ......................87 (2) Idaho State..........................74 Northern Colorado ................70 Montana State .....................62 Montana .............................62 Eastern Washington .............52 Weber State.........................38 Sacramento State .................28 Northern Arizona ..................21 Southern Utah .....................12

2018-19 BIG SKY CONFERENCE PRESEASON MEDIA POLL Team 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Points Idaho ..................................202 (13) Portland State ......................169 (2) Northern Colorado ................166 (4) Idaho State..........................144 Eastern Washington .............131 Montana State .....................116 Montana ..............................107 Weber State.........................100 Sacramento State .................57 Northern Arizona ..................40 Southern Utah .....................22

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2018-19 MONTANA STATE NUMERICAL ROSTER: # 3 11 12 14 15 22 23 24 25 32 33 35 42 44

PLAYER Ashley Van Sickle Madisyn Shaide Tori Martell Claire Lundberg Martha Kuderer Kamden Hilborn Gabby Mocchi Oliana Squires Sidney Zieske Brynley Fitzgerald Madeline Smith Fallyn Freije* Halle Wright Blaire Braxton

P G G G F F G F G G F F F F F

HT 5-7 5-7 5-8 6-1 5-11 5-7 6-1 5-8 5-8 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-2

YR So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

EX 1V 2V 1V TR TR HS HS 2V HS HS 2V TR HS 2V

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Arvada, CO/Ralston Valley Missoula, MT/Big Sky Somerset, WI/Somerset Andover, MN/Anoka/Seton Hall Eden Prairie, MN/Chanhassen/Seton Hall Montana City, MT/Helena High Champlin, MN/Champlin-Park Colorado Springs, CO/Sand Creek Waconia, MN/Waconia Dillon, MT/Beaverhead Snohomish, WA/Snohomish Edmore, ND/Lakota-Edmore/UND Aumsville, OR/Cascade Highlands Ranch, CO/Highlands Ranch

* - will sit out the 2018-19 season under NCAA transfer rules

Head Coach: Tricia Binford; Associate Head Coach: Sunny Smallwood Assistant Coaches: Kati Mobley, Julian Assibey; Director of Operations: Jason Alvine

2018-19 MONTANA STATE ALPHABETICAL ROSTER: # 44 32 35 22 15 14 12 23 11 33 24 3 42 25

PLAYER Blaire Braxton Brynley Fitzgerald Fallyn Freije* Kamden Hilborn Martha Kuderer Claire Lundberg Tori Martell Gabby Mocchi Madisyn Shaide Madeline Smith Oliana Squires Ashley Van Sickle Halle Wright Sidney Zieske

P F F F G F F G F G F G G F G

HT 6-2 5-11 6-0 5-7 5-11 6-1 5-8 6-1 5-7 6-2 5-8 5-7 6-0 5-8

YR Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr.

EX 2V HS TR HS TR TR 1V HS 2V 2V 2V 1V HS HS

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Highlands Ranch, CO/Highlands Ranch Dillon, MT/Beaverhead Edmore, ND/Lakota-Edmore/UND Montana City, MT/Helena High Eden Prairie, MN/Chanhassen/Seton Hall Andover, MN/Anoka/Seton Hall Somerset, WI/Somerset Champlin, MN/Champlin-Park Missoula, MT/Big Sky Snohomish, WA/Snohomish Colorado Springs, CO/Sand Creek Arvada, CO/Ralston Valley Aumsville, OR/Cascade Waconia, MN/Waconia

Head Coach: Tricia Binford; Associate Head Coach: Sunny Smallwood Assistant Coaches: Kati Mobley, Julian Assibey; Director of Operations: Jason Alvine

HOW WE SAY IT:

BY HEIGHT:

BY LOCATION:

11 15 23 24 25 35 42 AC DO

6-2 ........................... 2 Braxton, Smith 6-1 ........................... 2 Lundberg, Mocchi 6-0 ........................... 2 Freije, Wright 5-11 ........................... 2 Fitzgerald, Kuderer 5-8 ........................... 3 Martell, Squires, Zieske 5-7 ........................... 3 Hilborn, Shaide, Van Sickle

Minnesota ................... 4 Kuderer, Lundberg, Moccki, Zieske Montana ..................... 3 Fitzgerald, Hilborn, Shaide Colorado ..................... 3 Braxton, Squires, Van Sickle North Dakota .............. 1 Freije Oregon ....................... 1 Wright Washington ................ 1 Smith Wisconsin ................... 1 Martell

Madisyn Shaide .... SHADE Martha Kuderer .... KOO-der-er Gabby Mocchi ...... MOCK-ee Oliana Squires ...... o-lee-AUHN-ah Sidney Zieske ....... ZEE-ski Fallyn Freije ......... FREE-jee Halle Wright ......... Hailey Julian Assibey ...... ah-SEE-bay Jason Alvine......... Al-VEEN

BY CLASS: Seniors ....................... 2 Juniors ....................... 5 Sophomores ............... 2 Freshmen ................... 5

Montana State Women’s Basketball

#3

#11

#12

#14

#15

Ashley Van Sickle 5-7, Soph., Guard Arvada, CO

Madisyn Shaide 5-7, Jr., Guard Missoula, MT

Tori Martell 5-8, Soph., Guard Somerset, WI

Claire Lundberg 6-1, Sr., Forward Andover, MN

Martha Kuderer 5-11, Jr., Forward Eden Prairie, MN

#22

#23

#24

#25

#32

Kamden Hilborn 5-7, Fresh., Guard Montana City, MT

Gabby Mocchi 6-1, Fresh., Forward Champlin, MN

Oliana Squires 5-8, Jr., Guard

Brynley Fitzgerald 5-11, Fresh, Forward

Colorado Springs, CO

Sidney Zieske 5-8, Fresh., Guard Waconia, MN

#33

#35

#42

#44

Head Coach

Madeline Smith 6-2, Jr., Forward Snohomish, WA

Fallyn Freije 6-0. Sr., Forward Edmore, ND

Halle Wright 6-0, Fresh., Forward Aumsville, OR

Blaire Braxton 6-2, Jr., Forward

Tricia Binford 14th Season at MSU Boise State, 1995

Highlands Ranch, CO

Radio / TV Roster

Dillon, MT

MONTANA STATE HEAD COACH TRICIA BINFORD (BOISE STATE, 1995) OVERALL RECORD/YEARS: 217-185 (14 YEARS); BIG SKY CONFERENCE RECORD: 127-95 2015-16 BIG SKY CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR When Tricia Binford took over the Montana State women’s basketball program in the spring of 2005, she inherited a program in search of stability and someone to guide the Bobcats back to the upper echelons of the Big Sky Conference. Now, 14 years later, the former Boise State and WNBA standout is MSU’s longest tenured coach as well as its winningest in history with an unprecedented level of excellence on the court, in the classroom and within the community. Those three hallmarks make Bobcat basketball one of the most respected programs in the country. Last winter, Binford guided the Bobcats to its 11th straight season with a .500 winning percentage or better. En route to a Big Sky quarterfinal appearance, MSU broke or tied five team or individual records, including the program’s longest home court win streak. Montana State’s stretch of 31 consecutive home court wins ranked second only to national power UConn at the time the streak was snapped. The Cats also averaged a program best 2,397 fans per game. Binford also mentored senior point-guard Hannah Caudill, who became the program’s all-time assists leader at 508, breaking a 34-year-old record. Two years ago, Binford had her most prolific season as a head coach on the Bozeman campus. She guided the Bobcats to a school-record 25-7 record and her 15 Big Sky Conference victories were also the most in school history. In addition, Binford guided MSU to the 2016-17 Big Sky RegularSeason and Tournament titles and its first NCAA Tournament appearance since the 1993 campaign. Individually, she mentored senior Peyton Ferris, who received 2016-17 Preseason Big Sky MVP, Big Sky Regular-Season MVP and Big Sky Tournament MVP accolades. On the court, Binford’s squads have played for the Big Sky title on three occasions and have made 12 straight postseason appearances, including owning the No. 1 seed the past two seasons. In the classroom, the Bobcats have been ranked among the top 12 academic teams in the nation at the NCAA Division I level in five of the last ten years. And, within the community, the MSU women’s program gave over 300+ hours of service. Not too many programs in the nation can boast a trifecta such as the likes in which Binford and staff have put together at Montana State. Binford has notched 217 career victories at Montana State, which ranks first on MSU’s all-time women’s basketball coaching ladder and fourth in Big Sky history. In her 13 years in the Gallatin Valley, Binford has produced a whopping 90 Big Sky Conference BINFORD BY THE YEARS: All-Academic honorees; 30 Big Sky Conference Players of the Week; 23 All-Big Sky Conference YEAR ALL BSC POSTSEASON performers; one Two-Time Academic All-America; five CoSIDA Academic All District VII recipients; two Big Sky MVPs - Jasmine Hommes and Peyton Ferris; two Big Sky Conference Defensive Players 2018-19 5-4 0-0 of the Year; two Big Sky Newcomers of the Year; one Big Sky Conference Freshman of the Year; 2017-18 16-15 9-9 Big Sky Tourney two Big Sky Top Reserves of the Year; one All-America Honorable Mention in Katie Bussey in 2012; and four MSU/Big Sky Conference Female 2016-17 25-7 15-3 NCAA 1st Round Scholar Athletes of the Year. 2015-16 21-10 14-4 WNIT Binford became the 11th Head Wom2014-15 15-15 9-9 Big Sky Tourney en’s Basketball Coach at Montana State on April 13, 2005. Prior to MSU, Binford, 2013-14 15-15 10-10 Big Sky Tourney served two seasons at Utah State. At USU, 2012-13 17-13 11-9 Big Sky Tourney Binford earned her coaching wings under head coach Raegan Scott-Pebley. The duo 2011-12 19-11 10-6 Big Sky Tourney helped reestablish the Aggie program fol2010-11 17-14 11-5 Big Sky Tourney lowing a 17-year hiatus. With the Aggies, Binford was responsible for recruiting, 2009-10 18-14 9-7 Big Sky Tourney defense, and guard play. 2008-09 15-15 8-8 Big Sky Tourney Binford also served as an assistant coach at her alma mater - Boise State University - from 1999-2001. Binford mentored Peyton Ferris to 2015-16 Big Sky Binford was the 31st overall pick in the Conference Preseason MVP, Regular-Season MVP and 1998 WNBA draft, and played professionally Tournament MVP accolades. Ferris is now playing prowith the Cleveland Rockers from 1999-02, fessionally in Spain. (photo by Dean Hendrickson) where she participated on the 2001 Eastern Conference Championship team. She played with the Utah Starzz from 1998-99. She also played professionally in Australia for two years, including stints with the NWBL’s Brisbane Blazers, Latrobe Demons and Launceston Tornadoes. Playing in the NWBL in 1997, she set a single-game scoring record with 67 points - which was part of a quadruple-double along with 14 assists, ten steals and ten rebounds. As Tricia Bader, she was a three-time All-Big Sky Conference selection on some of the best teams in Boise State history. She led the Broncos to a national ranking and the NCAA tournament. Binford was also a member of the 1993 West Team at the U.S. Olympic Festival coached by current Connecticut head man Geno Auriemma. For her efforts, she was named the 1996 Idaho NCAA Woman of the Year and was inducted in the Boise State Hall of Fame in 2001. Binford left Boise State with the school’s career assists record and was second in steals. She posted a career 1,171 points — all from the point guard position. Binford prepped at Roaring Fork High School in Carbondale, Colo., where she was the Colorado Player of the Year and a Street and Smith’s High School All-American in 1991. She received her degree in criminal justice from Boise State in 1995. PERSONAL INFO: Born on Feb. 26, 1973 in Decatur, IL...daughter of Jim and Lyn Bader...has a sister Kristin Hall and a brother Jeff...husband Todd graduated from Idaho (‘96)...two children, Justin and Brooklyn.

2007-08

18-13

11-5

Big Sky Tourney Big Sky Tourney

2006-07

13-16

8-8

2005-05

3-23

2-12

Total (13)

217-185 127-95 .540 Win %

BINFORD VS. THE BIG SKY: SCHOOL

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Eastern Washingtron ................14

14

Idaho ......................................8

2

Idaho State..............................11

16

Montana ..................................10

19

Northern Arizona ......................17

8

Northern Colorado ....................11

13

Portland State ..........................13

12

Sacramento State .....................19

8

Southern Utah .........................9

3

Weber State .............................21

4

2018-19 BIG SKY CONFERENCE STANDINGS: BSC Portland State ................ 0-0 Northern Colorado ......... 0-0 Montana State ............... 0-0 Idaho State ..................... 0-0 Montana .......................... 0-0 Northern Arizona ........... 0-0 Sacramento State ......... 0-0 Idaho................................ 0-0 Southern Utah ................ 0-0 Weber State.................... 0-0 Eastern Washington ...... 0-0

PCT 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000

ALL 8-0 5-3 5-4 5-4 5-4 4-4 3-3 3-5 3-5 3-5 1-8

THAT WAS THE GAME THAT WAS: For thirty-nine minutes and 39-seconds Montana State played catch-up with Omaha on Sunday afternoon. The final 21-seconds belonged to Bobcat junior Oliana Squires. Squires’ three-pointer with 21-seconds remaining gave the Cats its first lead. Her two free throws with 12-seconds left gave MSU the lift it needed to secure a 59-56 win. Squires, who finished with a gamehigh 19 points, scored 11 in the fourth quarter as the Bobcats overcame a 14-point deficit in the final 10 minutes. Montana State struggled finding any kind of offensive flow in the first half. Omaha built a 17-5 advantage in the opening quarter, hitting 53.6 percent from the field, while MSU went twoof-16 from the floor. The Mavericks had a 14-point lead in the second stanza, but the Bobcats were able to whittle the margin down to 30-23 at intermission. The Bobcats were an icy two-of-18 from long distance in the first half. MSU was able to keep within striking distance thanks to the efforts of Blaire Braxton on the boards, especially on the offensive end. Omaha built its largest lead of the contest at 46-31 with just over twominutes to go in the third quarter. A Lundberg triple followed by a Squires layin pulled MSU to within ten points. However, the Mavericks received a layup at the buzzer and opened the final quarter with a layin to take a 5036 with 9:44 remaining.

PCT 1.000 0.625 0.556 0.556 0.556 0.500 0.500 0.375 0.375 0.375 0.111

H 6-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-1 2-1 2-2 2-0 3-1 2-1 1-3

A 2-0 2-3 1-4 1-3 1-3 2-2 0-0 1-4 0-4 0-3 0-3

N 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-2

STRK W8 W2 W1 W3 W1 L3 L2 L2 L1 L2 L7

Over the next five minutes, Lundberg and Squires each posted five points to get the Bobcats to within 54-46 at the 4:52 mark. Coming out of a time out, the Cats rattled off an 8-0 run sparked by three points from Gabby Mocchi. Madeline Smith’s layin at 1:39 evened the score at 54-all. With one-minute remaining, UNO missed a pair of free throws, but pulled down the offensive board. Following a Maverick time out, Smith stepped in front of a Maverick pass to setup the final 21-seconds. Squires finished with a career-high eight assists and seven rebounds. Lundberg ended with 12 points. As a team, MSU shot 37 percent from the field, but connected on eight-of-11 in the fourth frame. The Bobcats held a 36-33 advantage under the glass. Braxton paced MSU with a game-high eight rebounds, including six offensive boards. MORE ON THE JACKRABBITS: South Dakota State, a perennial midmajor power, enters Tuesday night’s tilt 7-4 overall. Three of its losses have come to #4 Baylor, #7 Oregon and #19 Marquette. The Jackrabbits defeated #21 Drake 80-71 on Dec. 8 in Brookings. Last week, South Dakota State was ranked fourth in the midmajor poll behind Gonzaga, Drake and South Dakota. The Jackrabbits were the preseason favorite to win The Summit League. USD was picked second, while former Big Sky foe North Dakota was tabbed sixth and

Omaha eighth. Last winter, SDSU went 26-7 overall and 12-2 in conference play- second to South Dakota. On the season, the Jackrabbits have been led by Macy Miller at 17.1 points per game. Miller recently became SDSU’s all-time leading scorer. PRESEASON WNIT: MSU played in the preseason WNIT for the first time in its history. The Cats fell at #19 Marquette 100-52 in Milwaukee on Nov. 9. MSU rebounded to win its consolation pod defeating Delaware 69-60 and Texas State 67-59. Marquette went on to defeat Northern Iowa 102-61, before falling to Miami 63-55 in the semifinals. Iowa State captured the WNIT title with a 75-52 win over Miami.

2018-19 QUICK FACTS School: .............................. Montana State Location: ............................Bozeman, MT Founded: .............................................1893 Enrollment: ................................... 16,902 Nickname: .................................. Bobcats Colors: .............................. Blue and Gold Conference: .......... Big Sky Conference Arena: ......................Worthington Arena Capacity: ............................................6,772 Press Row: ........................ 406-994-3210 President: ............... Dr. Waded Cruzado Athletic Director: ............Leon Costello AD Dept. Phone ............... 406-994-4221 2017-18 Overall Record: ................ 16-15 2017-18 Postseason: .........BSC Tourney Big Sky Record: ...................................9-9 Big Sky Finish: ................................ T/7th 2016-17 Home Record: .................... 10-3 2016-17 Away Record: ...................... 4-10 2016-17 Neutral Record: .................... 2-2 Starters Returning/Lost: ................... 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ...... 6/6 Head Coach:. ... Tricia Binford (14th Yr) Alma Mater: ............... Boise State, 1995 Current Career Record: ........... 217-185 Record at Montana State: ............ Same Big Sky Record: ............................127-95 Associate HC ............ Sunny Smallwood Assistant Coach................... Kati Mobley Assistant Coach.............. Julian Assibey DOBO ................................... Jason Alvine Trainer.................................. Lisa Jardine

LOOKING AT LUNDBERG: Transfer Claire Lundberg has already made an impact on the court for the Bobcat women’s basketball program. The Anoka High School product is third in the Big Sky averaging 17.8 points per contest. In addition, she is first in free throw percentage (87.5), second in fieldgoals made (58) and points (160) and third in field-goal percentage (48.7). Lundberg opened the season hitting her first 22 attempts from the charity stripe, just three shy to the record held by Rebecca Mercer. On the season, Lundberg has been in doubledigit scoring in all nine games, including three games with 20 points or more. She posted a season-high 28 points in MSU’s win over Delaware on Nov. 16. Lundberg was named the Big Sky Conference Player of the Week for Nov. 20 after averaging 27 points and six rebounds per game as MSU knocked-off Delaware and Texas State in WNIT action. For the two games, the native of Andover, Minn., shot 76.2 percent from the field, 83.3 percent from beyond the arc; and was 17-17 at the charity stripe. In addition, she registered three steals. Lundberg threw a perfect game against Texas State hitting eight-of-eight from the field, four-offour from long distance and six-of-six from the free throw line.

eight assists and hauled down a careerhigh seven rebounds against the Mavs. In the season-opener against No. 19-ranked Marquette, Squires nailed four 3-pointers. She has been in double-digit scoring in six of MSU’s nine games. Squires is currently ranked fourth in the Big Sky Conference with 61 3-point field-goal attempts. TORI, TORI, TORI: Montana State sharp-shooter Tori Martell is still looking for a consistent stroke this season. The Somerset, Wis., native is 12-of-60 from long distance. Last season, Martell connected on 36 three-pointers, including 19 in the last eight games of the season. She is currently averaging 6.3 points per game. Martell recorded six points against Omaha on Sunday afternoon, all coming from long distance. She also posted three boards vs. UNO. BARDS OF THE BLOCK: Juniors Madeline Smith and Blaire Braxton have manned the blocks for the Bobcats the past two seasons. The duo has swapped starting time at the five and each average 17.9 minutes or more per contest. Braxton, a product of Highlands Ranch, Colo., is first on the team hauling down 5.9 rebounds per game, while Smith, from Snohomish, Wash., is third averaging 5.1 per contest. Braxton’s best outing of the season came against Long Beach State with a career-high 15 points going 5-5 from the field and 5-5 from the line. Smith registered ten points and 11 boards against Long Beach State for her first double-double of the season. On Sunday, the duo combined for 13 points and 13 rebounds, while shooting 60 percent from the floor. On the season, the twosome is shooting an impressive 63 percent (43-68) from the floor.

KUDERER’S KUDOS: Junior Martha Kuderer, who also sat out last season after transferring from Seton Hall, is averaging 9.9 points and 5.2 rebounds per game, after recording five points and four rebounds in MSU’s win over Omaha. Kuderer also posted a season-best five steals against the Mavericks. Kuderer had her best weekend of the season as Montana State faced Delaware and Texas State in the WNIT. The 5-11 forward from Eden Prairie, Minn., averaged 19 points and 7.5 rebounds, while shooting 62.5 percent from the field against the Blue Hens and Bobcats. She had her best outing against Texas State with a season-high 21 points, connecting on 8-12 from the floor. In MSU’s win over Delaware, Kuderer posted 17 points and 10 rebounds for her first doubledouble as a Bobcat. On the season, she has been in double-digit scoring on three occasions.

THE WRIGHT STUFF: Freshman Halle Wright received her first start of the season against TCU last Saturday. The Aumsville, Ore., product posted four assists, three rebounds and two assists in her debut against the Horned Frogs. Wright missed the first three games of the season with a leg injury. She had her best outing of the season in MSU’s win over Long Beach State with eight points, three boards and two assists.

HOLY MOLY, OLI: Oliana Squires is averaging 11.2 points per game through the first nine games of the season. The Colorado Springs, Colo., product notched a seasonhigh 19 points in MSU’s win over Omaha on Sunday. Squires also notched a career-high

FEET TO THE FIRE: Freshmen Gabby Mocchi has played in all nine games and is averaging 2.0 rebounds per game. She posted a season-best eight points at Wyoming on Nov. 27. The Champlin-Park grad recorded three points, an assist and a steal

against Omaha. Kamden Hilborn has played in eight games and has dished out eight assists, while adding eight steals. THROWING SHAIDE: Junior Madisyn Shaide had a career night against one of the best squads in the nation this season. Against No. 19 Marquette, the Missoula native went two-of-four from beyond the arc for a career-high six points. The Big Sky High School graduate also added an assist. NO PLACE LIKE HOME: The Cats saw the nation’s second longest home court win streak snapped against Portland State on Jan. 11, 2018. The loss broke MSU’s 31-game home streak, which was second to national power UConn (78). Before the loss to PSU, Montana State’s last defeat in Worthington Arena was a 62-49 decision to San Diego on Nov. 24, 2015. MSU has won 38 of its last 40 games in The Brick. The Bobcats are averaging 3,253 fans per game, which includes its sold out crowd of 6,772 against Carroll College on Nov. 6. MSU is ranked 29th in the nation in attendance. MEDIA INFORMATION: Interviews MSU Head Coach Tricia Binford will be available each weekday morning, except game days by appointment. Phone or personal interviews must be arranged through MSU Sports Information at 406-994-5130. Interviews with Bobcat players, either on the phone or in person, must be arranged by contacting the MSU SID Office. Arrangements must be made 24 hours in advance. Player telephone numbers are not made available, but players will return calls at a time mutually convenient. Interviews will not be granted on game days until following the contest. Practice Media members are generally welcome to attend practice sessions, but are requested to check in with the MSU SID Office. All MSU team facilities—including the locker room, equipment room, weight room, and training room—are off limits to media members at all times unless escorted by MSU Sports Information. Media members are asked to consider everything seen and heard during practice off-the-record. Press Services A boxscore will be available at halftime and at the conclusion of each game. Boxscores and play-by-play can also be emalied out to media outlets if requested. On The Web Updated information/statistics/results are posted at www.msubobcats.com. Live statistics are also available on MSU’s homepage. Live video streaming is available via MSU’s website or WatchBigSky.com or by downloading Pluto TV app and going to channel 238. Media Luncheon The MSU Sports Information staff hosts a media luncheon each Tuesday during the season at noon at Bridger Brewing across the street from the fieldhouse. Tricia Binford will be available for interviews. Athletes can also be made available based on class schedule. Luncheon held during Big Sky season.

A LOOK AT THE POLLS: 2018-19 NCAA WBB AP Top 25: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Connecticut (31) .................................. 775 Notre Dame .......................................... 738 Louisville .............................................. 712 Mississippi State ................................. 681 Maryland............................................... 632 Baylor..................................................... 585 Oregon .................................................. 583 Stanford ................................................ 561 Tennessee ............................................. 558 North Carolina State .......................... 510 Oregon State ........................................429 Texas ......................................................390 Minnesota............................................. 387 California ..............................................386 Syracuse ................................................ 337 Iowa ....................................................... 303 Arizona State........................................ 227 Kentucky ............................................... 215 Marquette ..............................................191 DePaul ................................................... 185 Gonzaga ................................................ 148 Michigan State .................................... 134 Texas A&M .............................................. 98 Miami (FL)............................................... 95 South Carolina ...................................... 66

Receiving Votes: Iowa St. 22, So Dakota 22, Florida St. 21, Va Tech 21, So Florida 19, Missouri 13, Indiana 11, Georgia 8, Utah 5, USC 4, West Virginia 1, Drake 1, So Dakota St. 1.

14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Wright State ..................... 7-3 ............360 Ohio ................................... 8-0 ........... 295 Belmont ............................. 5-3 ............ 292 Saint Mary’s...................... 5-3 ............ 205 James Madison................ 6-2............202 Penn ................................... 6-2............ 195 IUPUI ................................. 6-3............ 165 Denver ............................... 7-2 .............141 Loyola Marymount ......... 6-2.............. 97 BYU..................................... 6-3.............. 89 South Alabama ................ 8-0 ............. 88 UC Irvine .......................... 7-1 .............. 69

Receiving Votes: Quinnipiac 68, Miami Ohio 54, Stony Brook 53, New Mexico State 44, Abilene Christian 35, Portland State 29, Princeton 22, Toledo 22, American 20, Troy 15, Northern Colorado 14, Bradley 12, Youngstown State 10, Little Rock 9, Idaho 7, Campbell 6, Lamar 4, Pacific 3, Morehead State 2, Mercer 1, Radford 1.

A LOOK AT THE NUMBERS: Individual Stats (Big Sky/Nationally): Claire Lundberg ................#........ BSC .....NTL FT Percentage ............ 87.5 ........ 1 ........... 44 Points ............................ 160......... 2 ......... 107 FG Made......................... 58.......... 2 ..........116 Points Per Game .........17.8 ........ 3 ........... 77 FG Percentage ............ 48.7 ........ 3 ..........121 Oliana Squires ...................#........ BSC .....NTL 3-PT. FG Attempted .... 61 .......... 4 ......... 133

2018-19 USA TODAY COACHES POLL: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 16. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 22. 24. 25.

Connecticut ................. (9-0) ...........800 Notre Dame ...................(8-1) ........... 754 Louisville .................... (10-0) ........... 728 Baylor ............................. (7-0) ........... 701 Mississippi State ......... (9-0) ........... 679 Maryland ..................... (10-0) ........... 631 Oregon ...........................(7-1) ........... 589 Oregon State .................(7-1) ........... 575 Tennessee ..................... (8-0) ........... 566 North Carolina State (10-0) ........... 520 Stanford .........................(6-1) ........... 457 Texas ...............................(7-2) ........... 407 California ...................... (8-0) ............371 Syracuse ........................ (8-2) ........... 337 Iowa ................................(7-2) ........... 284 Marquette ......................(7-2) ........... 276 Minnesota ..................... (9-0) ........... 276 DePaul ............................(7-3) ........... 232 Arizona State .................(7-2) ........... 226 Kentucky ........................(9-1) ........... 216 Gonzaga .........................(9-1) ........... 158 Michigan State .............(8-1) ............. 92 Miami (Fla.) ................... (8-2) ............. 92 Missouri ........................ (8-2) ..............81 Drake .............................. (8-2) ............. 59

Others receiving votes: So

2019 WOMEN’S MID-MAJOR TOP 25: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Gonzaga (20) .................... 9-1 ............ 753 Drake (11) .......................... 8-2............ 714 South Dakota ................... 9-1 ............ 709 South Dakota State ......... 6-3............ 702 Central Michigan ............ 7-1 ............ 673 Buffalo ............................... 6-2............ 598 FGCU .................................. 7-2 ............ 585 Green Bay ......................... 5-3 ............ 532 Drexel ................................ 6-2............ 510 Bucknell ............................ 7-2 ............ 461 Marist................................. 7-2 ............ 435 Maine ................................. 7-2 ............ 401 Northeastern .................... 8-0 ........... 373

Tori Martell.........................#........ BSC .....NTL 3-PT. FG Attempted .... 60.......... 6 ......... 139 Team Stats (Big Sky/Nationally): Stat .......................................#........ BSC .....NTL 3-Pt. Attempts ............. 221 ......... 3 ........... 82 Rebound Margin .........0.7 ......... 3 ..........181 Rebounds ..................... 321 ......... 3 ......... 257 3-PT FG Made ............... 56.......... 4 ......... 169 Steals .............................. 67 .......... 4 ......... 231 FT Made ......................... 92.......... 4 ......... 258 FT Attempted............... 134 ......... 4 ......... 274 FG Percentage ............ 40.1 ........ 5 ..........177 Scoring Defense ........ 64.7 ........ 5 ......... 185 Steal Per Game .............7.4 ......... 5 ......... 214 TOs Forced .................. 16.0 ........ 5 ......... 221 Assists ........................... 111 ......... 5 .........234

THE RECORD BOOK: 500 - Rebound Club: 1. Kathleeen McLaughlin .......................990 2. Rachel Semansky ................................. 887 3. Evelyn Baldridge .................................. 873 4. Sarah Balian .......................................... 760 5. Tennyson Ballek................................... 749 6. Blythe Hommes.................................... 742 Isabel Stubbs ......................................... 742 8. Cass Bauer ............................................. 738 9. Nubia Garcia ......................................... 701 10. Kati Burrows ......................................... 671 11. Ashley Brumwell .................................. 665 12. Natalie Smith ........................................664 13. Alaina Bauer..........................................630 14. Peyton Ferris ......................................... 596 15. Jackie Elliott .........................................589 16. Sandy Neiss ........................................... 566 17. Sarah Flock ............................................549 18. Kelly Martin........................................... 533 19. Angel Nickelson ................................... 517 20. Jane McDaniel ...................................... 512

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Dara Reimers .........................................511 Julie Brown ...........................................506 Serena Merrill ....................................... 501 Blaire Braxton .......................................424 Madeline Smith .................................... 392

Career Blocks: 1. Sarah Balian .......................................... 163 2. Ashley Brumwell .................................. 130 3. Alaina Bauer.......................................... 110 4. Nubia Garcia ......................................... 105 5. Alexa Dawkins ........................................ 99 6. Jasmine Hommes .................................. 97 7. Whitney Connolly ................................. 92 8. Isabel Stubbs ........................................... 85 9. Debbie Cober .......................................... 77 Natalie Smith .......................................... 77 Blaire Braxton ......................................... 77

MSU RECORD WHEN:

Leading after 1st quarter .............................. 4-1 Leading at halftime ........................................ 4-1 Leading after 3rd quarter .............................. 3-0 Games decided by 1-5 pts ............................ 1-0 Games decided by 6-10 pts .......................... 2-2 Games decided by 11+ pts ........................... 2-2 Shooting 50% or better ................................. 0-0 Shooting 40% - 49%....................................... 4-1 Shooting below 39% ...................................... 1-3 Opp. shoots 50% or better ............................ 0-2 Opp. shoots 40% - 49% ................................. 2-1 Opp. shoots below 39% ................................. 3-1 Shooting 80% FT or better ............................ 0-1 Shooting 70% - 79% FT ................................. 2-0 Shooting 60% - 69% FT ................................. 3-2 Shooting below 60% FT ................................. 0-1 Opp. shoots 80% FT or better ....................... 0-0 Opp. shoots 70% - 79% FT ............................ 2-2 Opp. shoots 60% - 69% FT ............................ 2-1 Opp. shoots below 60% FT ............................ 1-1 MSU has more 3-pointers.............................. 2-1 Opp. has more 3-pointers.............................. 1-3 MSU out-rebounds opponent ........................ 5-0 Opponent out-rebounds MSU........................ 0-4 MSU commits fewer TOs ............................... 2-2 Opp. commits fewer TOs ............................... 3-1 MSU has more assists ................................... 4-0 Opponent had more assists .......................... 0-4 MSU has more steals ..................................... 2-1 Opponent has more steals ............................ 2-3 MSU has more blocks .................................... 4-0 Opponent has more blocks ........................... 0-4 Scoring 90 pts or more .................................. 0-0 Scoring 80-89 points...................................... 1-0 Scoring 70-79 points...................................... 0-0 Scoring 60-69 points...................................... 3-0 Scoring 50-59 points...................................... 1-3 Scoring 49 or less points ............................... 0-1 Opp. scores 90 pts or more .......................... 0-1 Opp. scores 80-89 points .............................. 0-0 Opp. scores 70-79 points .............................. 0-1 Opp. scores 60-69 points .............................. 2-2 Opp. scores 50-59 points .............................. 2-0 Opp. scores 49 or less points ....................... 1-0 On Mondays ..................................................... 0-0 On Tuesdays .................................................... 1-1 On Wednesdays .............................................. 0-0 On Thursdays................................................... 0-1 On Fridays ........................................................ 2-1 On Saturdays ................................................... 1-1 On Sundays...................................................... 1-0 Overtime Games............................................. 0-0

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