2001-02 depauw women's basketball archive
DePauw defeats Marymount 65-58 to finish third in Division III
Lindsey Rush came off the bench to score 12, while Katie Imborek and Sarah MacKay each scored 10 in the Tigers' 65-58 win over Marymount (Va.) in the NCAA Division III third-place game. The Tigers finished the season with a 26-4 mark and the seniors finished their careers with a school-record equaling 87 wins against just 20 losses. Story with box score and photo gallery.
Tigers fall to St. Lawrence in national semifinals; face Marymount in Saturday's third-place game
DePauw dropped a 69-54 decision to St. Lawrence in the second national semifinal game at Rose-Hulman and now take on Marymount on Saturday evening at 5:30 p.m. for third place. Full story with photo gallery and stats | DePauw Game Notes (pdf) | Rose-Hulman's Host Website | NCAA Championships Website
Huffman named Division III Coach of the Year
DePauw head coach Kris Huffman, who has led the Tigers into the Division III national semifinals for the first time in school history, was named the Kodak/Women's Basketball Coaches Association Division III Coach of the Year in an announcement made at the Championship Banquet on the campus of Rose-Hulman.
Huffman has posted a 172-61 career record in nine seasons heading into Friday's semifinal game against St. Lawrence (N.Y.) University. The Tigers are 25-3 and take on the 27-3 Saints at 8 p.m. this evening.
The Fort Dodge, Iowa, native and 1990 University of Northern Iowa graduate has directed the Tigers to six straight shared or outright conference championships including the last four as members of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference.
DePauw sells its allotment of 250 tickets
DePauw has sold all of its on-campus allotment of 250 tickets for the Division III semifinals, consolation and championship games to be played this weekend.Tickets are still available for both nights sessions through Ticketmaster.com and by phone at 812-234-2424. Any unsold tickets from the other three schools will go on sale Thursday at 11 a.m. at Rose-Hulman. DePauw faces St. Lawrence, N.Y., at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 15 at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
DePauw beats Wilmington to advance to Division III final four
Sectional MVP Sarah MacKay scored 21 and Katie Imborek added a career-high 20 as the 25-3 Tigers won the Wilmington sectional and advanced to the Division III final four at Rose-Hulman. DePauw will face 27-3 St. Lawrence on Friday, March 15, at a time to be determined. Full Story with box score
Tigers face sectional host Wilmington for chance to advance to national semifinals
DePauw, 24-3, is one step away from reaching the national semifinals as it faces sectional host Wilmington in the sectional finals. Tipoff is at 7:30 p.m. with WGRE's live broadcast beginning at 7:10 p.m.SECTIONAL FINAL GAME NOTES
DePauw advances to national quarterfinals with 84-60 win over Hardin-Simmons
The Tigers shot 64.4 percent from the field and Lindsey Rush scored 22 as the Tigers defeated Hardin-Simmons, 84-60. Game Story with stats and play-by-play | Sectional Semifinal Game Notes
Tigers face Hardin-Simmons at Wilmington
The 23-3 Tigers travel to Wilmington (Ohio) College where they will face 26-1 Hardin-Simmons in the first game of sectional play on Friday, March 8. Game time will be announced on Monday. The Tigers advanced to the Sweet 16 for the third time in five years with a 75-58 win over Maryville (Tenn.).
Imborek scores career-high 19 as Tigers advance to NCAA Sectional with 75-58 win over Maryville
Katie Imborek scored a career-high 19 points including 13 in the first half as DePauw defeated visiting Maryville 75-68 in the NCAA second-round game at DePauw. Full story with stats, video and photos
Tigers earn first-round bye, host Maryville on Saturday
The 22-3 Tigers earned a first round bye in the NCAA Division III Championship and will host, on Maryville (Tenn.) on Saturday at 3 p.m. Maryville (20-7) defeated Savannah Art & Design on Wednesday by a 79-66 score. Game time is 3 p.m. Tickets are $4 for adults and $3 for students. More | NCAA Release with Bracket | NCAA Championships.com
MacKay, Argetsinger and Huffman earn SCAC honors
Senior guard Sarah MacKay earned all-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference first team honors in voting by the conference's 10 head coaches. Amy Argetsinger was named the newcomer of the year and head coach Kris Huffman earned Coach of the Year honors. MORE
DePauw finishes regular season at 22-3 with 60-48 win at Sewanee
The Tigers used a 23-2 second-half run to take a 60-48 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference victory at Sewanee. DePauw, headed for the NCAA Division III Championship, finished the regular season at 22-3 overall and 17-1 in the SCAC. Box score
Tigers' 20-game win streak ends at Centre
Amy Barlow's basket with 5.7 seconds left gave host Centre a 74-73 win over the Tigers and snapped DePauw's 20-game win streak. Lindsey Rush missed a baseline jumper at the buzzer. Box score | PREGAME NOTES
Tigers clinch outright SCAC title; push win streak to 20 straight
Amy Argetsinger scored 12 and Colleen Powers added 10 as the Tigers defeated host Rose-Hulman, 65-53, to improve to 21-2 overall and 16-0 in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. The win assured the Tigers of the outright SCAC championship. STORY WITH BOX SCORE | PREGAME NOTES
Powers earns SCAC Player of the Week accolades
DePauw sophomore Colleen Powers was named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week for her performances in wins over Southwestern and Trinity. Powers came off the bench to average 14 points and four rebounds in 45 minutes and hit 10 of 13 field goal tries.
Senior Lindsey Rush and the Tigers celebrated their fourth straight SCAC title following their 79-66 win over Trinity.
DePauw is first invited to the dance with 79-66 win over Trinity
The Tigers clinched at least a shared of their fourth SCAC championship in as many years in the conference and earned Division III's first automatic berth into the national tournament with a 79-66 win over visiting Trinity. Story with stats and photos
Tigers set school record with 18th straight win
Lindsey Rush scored a season-high 16 points to lead five double-figure scorers in DePauw's 77-65 win over Southwestern. DePauw, ranked 11th in Division III, improved to 19-2 overall and 14-0 in the SCAC. Story with stats
MacKay named SCAC Player of the Week
Senior Sarah MacKay earned co-SCAC Player of the Week honors after averaging 16 points, four steals, 3.5 assists and three rebounds in wins at Millsaps and Oglethorpe.
Tigers equal school record with 17th straight win; maintain 2 1/2-game lead with 73-60 win at Oglethorpe
DePauw used a strong second-half to overcome a two-point halftime deficit to win at Oglethorpe, 73-60. The victory was the Tigers' 17th straight which equaled a school record. Story with stats
DePauw rallies for 24-point win at Millsaps; Tigers win 16th straight
DePauw closed the game with a 28-6 run to break open a two-point game and win by a 78-54 count at Millsaps. The victory was the Tigers' 16th straight and improved their record to 17-2 overall and 12-0 in the SCAC. Story with stats. Pregame Notes (pdf) Must have Adobe Acrobat
Tigers move up one spot to 11th in USA Today/ESPN/WBCA; climb three spots to 12th in D3Hoops.com poll
With a pair of wins last week, the 16-2 Tigers moved up one spot to 11th in the latest USA TODAY/ESPN/WBCA poll and jumped three places to 12th in the latest D3Hoops.com Top 25 poll. The Tigers remain at second in the latest NCAA South Region rankings.
Tigers win 15th straight; stay in first in SCAC with five-point win
Kim Weigle scored a season-high 19 and Colleen Powers came off the bench to score 13 as the Tigers improved to 16-2 overall and 11-0 in the SCAC with a 73-68 win over visiting Rhodes. Story with statistics and photo | pre-game notes (pdf) | Must have Adobe Acrobat
Tigers remain unbeaten in SCAC with 14th straight win
DePauw won its 14th straight game and stayed in first in the SCAC with a 52-38 win over visiting Hendrix. Story with stats and photos | pre-game notes (pdf) | Must have Adobe Acrobat
DePauw moves up six spots to 12th in USA Today/ESPN/WBCA poll and climbs two spots to 15th in latest D3Hoops.com Top 25 poll
The 14-2 Tigers, winners of 13 straight games, moved up six places to 12th in the latest USA Today/ESPN/WBCA poll and jumped two spots in the latest D3Hoops.com Top 25 poll and are now 15th in the nation. The Tigers are ranked second in the South Region in the first poll released by the NCAA.
DePauw wins 13th straight with 75-64 victory over Engineers
The 17th ranked Tigers made it 13 in a row with a 75-64 victory over visiting Rose-Hulman. The win lifted the Tigers' overall record to 14-2 and they remained in first place in the SCAC with a 9-0 conference record. Game story with box score
Tigers take over first in SCAC with 70-61 win at Trinity
The Tigers extended their win streak to 12 straight and took over sole possession of first in the SCAC with a 70-61 win over host Trinity. Amy Argetsinger led the Tigers with 18 followed by Kim Weigle with 12, Sarah MacKay with 11 and Dana Ferguson with 10. Melissa Carl and Megan Selmon each scored 14 for Trinity. Story with box score
21st ranked Tigers win 11th straight with 25-point win
Colleen Powers scored a career-high 16 points in leading DePauw to a 63-38 SCAC win at Southwestern. Katie Imborek and Sarah MacKay each scored 10 in the Tigers' 11th straight victory. Box score
Tigers ranked 23rd in first coaches' poll; 21st by D3hoops.com
The 11-2 Tigers are ranked 23rd in the first USA Today/ESPN/WBCA Division III Top 25 Coaches' Poll of the season. DePauw has won its last 10 games after a 1-2 start. The Tigers' two losses were at the hands of top-ranked Washington (Mo.) by eight points and to ninth-ranked Wilmington by one. DePauw is ranked 21st in the latest D3hoops.com Top 25 poll.
DePauw takes 10th straight win; share SCAC lead with Trinity
After leading by seven early in the second half, the Tigers went on a 20-5 run to break the game open in an 81-56 SCAC win over visiting Oglethorpe. The victory was DePauw's 10th straight as they improved to 11-2 overall and 6-0 in the SCAC. Kim Weigle scored a season-high 16 and grabbed a career-best eight rebounds. Dana Ferguson and Heather Wiles came off the bench for career bests of 15 and 14 points, respectively. Sarah MacKay added 14. Heather Francouer paced Oglethorpe with 19 points and seven rebounds. Story with stats and photo
Tigers win ninth straight; stay in first in SCAC
Jill Schneider scored a season-high 13 points, while Sarah MacKay added 11 and Amy Argetsinger 10 in an 83-60 SCAC victory over visiting Millsaps. The win was the Tigers' ninth straight on the season and lifted their overall record to 10-2. DePauw remained in first place in the SCAC with a 5-0 mark. Story with box score and play-by-play
DePauw wins eighth straight to improve to 9-2
The Tigers battled back from a seven-point, second half deficit with a 19-5 run and held on to win the SCAC battle at Rhodes by a 58-53 score. Amy Argetsinger led DePauw with 15 points, while Sarah MacKay finished with 12. Dana Ferguson grabbed a game-high 12 rebounds in the Tigers' eighth straight win. Anna Kizer paced the Lynx with 18 points. Box score
Tigers win seventh straight with victory at Hendrix
Tria Yoder scored a career-high 13 points, while Amy Argetsinger added 12 and Sarah MacKay followed with 10 as the Tigers improved to 8-2 overall and 3-0 in the SCAC with a 68-54 victory at Hendrix. The win was the Tigers' seventh straight. Story with box score
DePauw wins sixth straight with overtime victory at Wartburg
The Tigers hit nine of 10 free throws in the last two minutes of overtime and scored 11 of the game's final 13 points in an 82-76 overtime win at Wartburg. More
Tigers hold on for 70-68 win at Luther
Luther's Amanda Smith missed a three-pointer at the buzzer that bounced off the rim as the Tigers held on for a 70-68 win. Amy Argetsinger and Tria Yoder each equaled career highs with 16 and 10 points, respectively. Story with stats
DePauw knocks off unbeaten Franklin, 74-65
The Tigers used a 13-0 run near the end of the first half to take a 47-34 halftime lead on the way to a 74-65 victory at previously unbeaten Franklin. Kim Weigle scored 15 and Sarah MacKay added 10 in the win that lifted DePauw's record to 5-2. Story with stats
Tigers win third straight; open SCAC play at 2-0
Amy Argetsinger scored 12 and Katie Imborek followed with 10 as the Tigers defeated visiting Sewanee 59-48 to improve to 4-2 overall and 2-0 in the SCAC. Tonya Willett, Mindy Bassett and Silvana Toro each had eight points for Sewanee and Toro added 13 rebounds. Story with stats and photo
DePauw opens SCAC play with 58-48 win over Centre
Kim Weigle led the Tigers with 15 points and Sarah MacKay followed with 11 as the Tigers opened SCAC play with a 58-48 home win over Centre College. Dana Ferguson and Colleen Powers came off the bench to pick up 11 and 10 rebounds, respectively. Powers' 11 boards was a career high. Sarah Green led Centre with 16 points and eight rebounds. Story with stats and photo gallery
Tigers hold on for 69-64 win over Rust
Dana Ferguson scored a career-high 13 points and Amy Argetsinger added 13 in her first collegiate start at the Tigers defeated Rust College, 69-64, in the Maryville (Tenn.) Kiwanis Classic. Box score
Late free throw sends Tigers to one-point loss to Wilmington
Wilmington's Tara Rausch hit one of two free throws with just 2.4 seconds left to lift the Quakers to a 62-61 victory over the Tigers. The Tigers battled all the way back to tie the contest at 61-61 on Amy Argetsinger's three-pointer with just over one minute to play. More
Tigers slip to 1-1 with 69-61 loss to Washington
Sarah MacKay scored a career-high 25 points and dished out six assists, but it wasn't enough as the host Tigers lost to Washington University, 69-61, in the DePauw Tipoff Tournament championship game. Amy Argetsinger added 11 points and eight rebounds, while Dana Ferguson scored 10. Laura Crowley paced the Bears with 19 points and six steals. Thomas More defeated Illinois Wesleyan 81-65 in the consolation game. DePauw-Washington box | Thomas More-Illinois Wesleyan box
DePauw opens season with 17-point win; faces four-time defending national champion Bears in Tipoff title game
Katie Imborek equaled her career high with 18 points on 9-of-10 shooting and Jill Schneider posted a double-double with 12 points and 10 boards to lead DePauw to a 68-51 win over Thomas More in the second game of the DePauw Tipoff Tournament. Story with stats
Tigers ranked 26th according to D3hoops.com preseason poll
In the D3hoops.com preseason poll the Tigers are ranked 26th in Division III. DePauw has a possibility of playing four games against teams in the top 20 as they face 15th-ranked Centre twice, 20th-ranked Wartburg once and may face second-ranked Washington (Mo.).
Tigers share preseason number-one in SCAC
The Tigers have won or shared the SCAC title each of their first three seasons in the conference and this year share the preseason number-one slot with Centre with 89 points. The Tigers earned three first-place votes to Centre's four. Trinity picked up a first-place vote and 81 points for third place. Sewanee was picked fourth with one first-place vote and 66 points, while Hendrix was fifth with a first-place vote and 60 points.
SCAC Preseason Poll