1999-2000 DePauw Women's Basketball Archive
Three Tigers named all-SCAC second team
Seniors Amy Hasbrook and Jamie Selip as well as sophomore Lindsey Rush have earned all-SCAC second team honors. Hasbrook was an honorable mention choice a year ago. Here is a listing of the entire team.
Tigers claim share of SCAC championship; seniors set four-year mark
DePauw claimed a share of their fourth straight conference title with an 89-67 win at Oglethorpe as Kelly Bailey and Lindsey Rush each scored 18, while Sarah MacKay added 13 and Jamie Selip 12. The win was the Tigers' 20th in 25 games this season, marking the fourth straight year with 20 victories. The seniors set the school record for most wins in a four-year period with an 87-19 record. STATS
Tigers win fifth in a row to improve to 19-5
DePauw limited host Millsaps to just 30 points and 20 percent field goal shooting in a 67-30 SCAC win. Lindsey Rush led the Tigers with13 points, while Sarah MacKay followed with 12. With Trinity's loss at Centre on Friday, the Tigers can clinch no worse than a tie for the SCAC title with a win at Oglethorpe on Saturday. STATS
Tigers set school shooting records in 104-37 win
The Tigers won for the fourth straight time and set school records of 75 percent in the first half and 69 percent for the game on the way to a 104-37 victory at Rose-Hulman. The 69 percent for the game was also an SCAC record, topping the 67.9 percent by Millsaps against LSU-Shreveport in 1994.
For the second straight game, six DePauw players scored in double figures. Jamie Selip paced the Tigers with 15 followed by Amy Hasbrook with 14 and Lindsey Rush and Kelly Bailey with 12. Sarah MacKay added 11 and Meredith Miles 10 in the victory. Hasbrook grabbed 13 rebounds, while Jamie Selip dished out six assists. STATS
Rush earns SCAC Player of the Week honors
Sophomore guard Lindsey Rush has earned SCAC Player of the Week honors for her performances in weekend wins over Southwestern and Trinity. FULL STORY
DePauw snaps Trinity's 14-game streak with 89-76 win
Six Tigers scored in double figures led by Lindsey Rush's 19 as the Tigers snapped Trinity's 14-game win streak with an 89-76 victory at the Neal Fieldhouse. Jamie Selip added 16, followed by Kim Weigle with 14, Kelly Bailey with 12, Amy Hasbrook with 11 and Sarah MacKay with 10. Megan Selmon paced Trinity with 28 points and six rebounds. STATS
Tigers defeat Southwestern, 63-55
Lindsey Rush posted career highs of 25 points and seven rebounds and the Tigers' defense forced visiting Southwestern into 31 turnovers in a 63-55 SCAC victory. The Tigers led by as many as 17 in the second half on the way to the win. Sarah MacKay followed with 12 points, while Amy Hasbrook also grabbed seven rebounds. Heather Johnson led Southwestern with 15 points. STORY | STATS
DePauw tops Rhodes, 59-39
The Tigers held Rhodes scoreless for a 10-minute stretch of he second half on the way to a 59-39 victory over the host Lynx. Lindsey Rush led the Tigers with 13 followed by Jamie Selip with 10. STATS
Tigers fall behind again in 88-76 loss at Hendrix
For the second straight game, the Tigers found themselves behind early and weren't able to pull out a win in an 88-76 loss at Hendrix. The Tigers fell behind by as many as 21 in the second half before closing the gap to six late in the game. The Warriors, however, hit 20 of 21 free throws in the second half including their last 17 over the final 3:16. Lindsey Rush led the Tigers with a career-high 21, while Jamie Selip posted a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Amy Hasbrook led the Tigers with 11 rebounds. STATS.
DePauw battles back, but loses overtime game with Sewanee
The Tigers trailed by as many as 19 in the first half, but rallied with a 20-4 second-half run to take their first lead of the game with 7:02 remaining. Sewanee led by six at 57-51 with 2:38 remaining before Lindsey Rush hit two baskets and Jamie Selip sent the contest into overtime with a score with only seven seconds left. The extra session included six ties before the visitors took the lead for good with 27 seconds left.
Amy Hasbrook led DePauw with a career-high 20 points and equaled a career best with 17 rebounds. Rush added 15 including 13 in the second half and overtime. Jen Bulkeley paced Sewanee with 24 points and 12 rebounds with 10 of her points coming in overtime. STATS
DePauw tops Rose-Hulman, 69-30
Kim Weigle scored 18, while Jamie Selip and Lindsey Rush each added 10 in the Tigers' 69-30 home win over Rose-Hulman. The Tigers shot 61 percent in the first half in building a 41-14 lead at the break. Molly McKeown led the Engineers with 13. STATS
Tigers fall at Trinity, 61-56
The Tigers' 43-game conference win streak and 25-game consecutive string in the SCAC came to an end at Trinity as DePauw fell 61-56, but not before the Old Gold mounted a late comeback. The Tigers trailed by 12 with just under seven minutes to play and scored the next 11 points, but could draw even. Lindsey Rush scored a career-high 18 followed by Kelly Bailey with 14. The Tigers still lead in the SCAC standings by one-half game. STATS
Tigers top Pirates 63-52
The Tigers' bench provided a big lift in DePauw's 63-52 win at Southwestern as Lindsey Rush led with 13 followed by Katie Imborek with 11 and Dana Ferguson with 10. STATS
Tigers ranked 23rd by Columbus Multimedia
The Tigers are ranked 23rd in Division III according to the latest Columbus Multimedia rankings. DePauw is third among teams from the South Region.
DePauw stays in first in SCAC with 75-59 win over Rhodes
The Tigers won their 42nd straight conference game and extended their SCAC record streak to 24 consecutive as they defeated visiting Rhodes, 75-59. Meredith Miles scored a career-high 14 off the bench, while Jamie Selip added 12 and Katie Imborek 11. Jessica Crawford led Rhodes with 19. The win was the Tigers' seventh straight as they improved to 11-2 overall and 6-0 in the SCAC. STATS
Tigers roll to victory over Hendrix
The Tigers led by as many as 26 against visiting Hendrix and held on for a 63-52 win over the SCAC preseason favorites. After shooting just 21 percent in the first half, the Warriors connected on 56 percent in the second half. Sarah MacKay led the Tigers with 18 followed by Kim Weigle with 10. The win was the 41st straight in conference play for the Tigers and extended their SCAC string to 23 in a row. STATS
Imborek Earns SCAC Honors
DePauw sophomore guard Katie Imborek has earned Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors for games played between December 20 and January 4.
DePauw sets SCAC record with 22nd straight conference win
The Tigers came from behind to win at Sewanee, 70-66, and moved into sole possession of first place in the SCAC. The victory was the Tigers' 22nd straight in SCAC play which broke the conference record. It also was the Tigers' 40th consecutive conference victory dating back to when the Old Gold played in the ICAC. Katie Imborek led four DePauw double-figure scorers with 16 followed by Lindsey Rush and Meredith Miles with 13 apiece and Sarah MacKay with 12. STATS
Tigers improve to 8-2 with win at Centre
Katie Imborek scored a career-high 18 points and Lindsey Rush equaled a career best with 17 as the Tigers won at Centre, 78-65, in the first NCAA basketball game of the century. The win was DePauw's 21st straight in SCAC games and 39th consecutive conference win including ICAC games. STATS
DePauw tops Marian 78-66 to move to 7-2
Four Tigers scored in double figures led by Sarah MacKay with 15, Jamie Selip with 14 and Meredith Miles and Dana Ferguson with 10 apiece. Amy Hasbrook grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds and Selip has a career-best seven assists. STATS
Tigers improve to 6-2 with 70-59 win at Franklin
Lindsey Rush scored 14, while Jamie Selip added 13 and Sarah MacKay 10 as the Tigers won at Franklin by a 70-59 score. The Tigers trailed early by eight, but rallied to lead by as many as 13 in the second half. STATS
DePauw rebounds with win over Wheaton
The Tigers literally rebounded from Thursday night's loss with a 70-56 win over Wheaton. DePauw outrebounded Wheaton 42-18 with Amy Hasbrook and Dona Haskett pulling down 10 and nine, respectively. Sarah MacKay led the Tigers with a career-high 21 points. STATS
Tigers fall to 23rd-ranked Big Blue
The Tigers committed 35 turnovers and Millikin converted those into 55 points as they defeated DePauw 94-65. The Big Blue recorded 20 steals paced by Jennifer Falbe with eight. DePauw shot 50 percent from the field and outrebounded Millikin 34-22. Kelly Bailey led the Tigers with 13 points followed by Dona Haskett with 11 and Sarah MacKay with 10. Lauren Brown led Millikin with 26 as all five starters scored in double figures. STATS
DePauw ranked 25th in latest D3hoops.com poll
The Tigers have cracked the top 25 in the latest D3hoops.com poll as they are ranked 25th in Division III. They host 23rd-ranked Millikin on Thursday.
Tigers tie SCAC record with 20th straight conference win
DePauw's win over Oglethorpe was their 20th in as many games in their two years in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference and the 20 straight SCAC wins tied the conference record held by Hendrix from 1996-97.
DePauw extends Division III's longest conference win streak with 76-43 win over Oglethorpe
Jamie Selip scored 13 while Kim Weigle and Dana Ferguson each added 10 as the Tigers defeated visiting Oglethorpe 76-43. The win was the 38th straight conference win for DePauw which is the longest current streak in Division III play. DePauw improved to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the SCAC with the victory. STATS
Tigers open SCAC play with 37th straight conference win
Kim Weigle scored 21 points and Katie Imborek added 15 off the bench to pace the Tigers in a 62-37 win over Millsaps in the SCAC opener for both teams. The victory was the 37th straight in conference play for the Tigers (18 in ICAC and 19 in SCAC) which is the longest current streak in Division III. GAME STATS
Tigers top Thomas More in home opener
The Tigers won their 11th straight game at the Neal Fieldhouse as they topped Thomas More 93-50. Freshman Kim Weigle led DePauw with 14 followed by seniors Jamie Selip and Amy Hasbrook with 13 and 12, respectively. Hasbrook grabbed a team-high nine rebounds as DePauw outrebounded the Saints 53-39. The Tigers shot 53 percent for the game. STATS
DePauw falls to Bears in Tipoff Tournament Final
The two-time defending narional champion Washington (Mo.) University Bears were simply too much for the Tigers as they knocked off DePauw 65-43 for their 40th straight win. The Tigers saw their 17-game regular-season win streak come to an end in the process. GAME STORY | STATS
Tigers Open 1999-2000 Season with 15-point win over Titans
Amy Hasbrook scored a career-high 17 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Tigers to a season-opening 70-55 win over Illinois Wesleyan at the Washington(Mo.) Tipoff Tournament. Jamie Selip added 16 and Dona Haskett 10 in the win. DETAILS | STATS