2002-03 DePauw Women's Basketball Archive
Ferguson, Argetsinger named to all-SCAC first team
Senior Dana Ferguson and sophomore Amy Argetsinger earned all-SCAC first team honors in voting by the SCAC's 10 head coaches. Ferguson was runner-up to Oglethorpe's Heather Francourer for Player of the Year honors and garnered four votes towards the league's top player honor. Junior Tria Yoder was an honorable mention selection. COMPLETE RELEASE (pdf document)
Tigers ranked 23rd by D3hoops.com
In the final regular season poll released by D3hoops.com, the Tigers were ranked 23rd in the nation. DePauw picked up a total of 76 points in the latest rankings.
Tigers fall to Trinity in SCAC Championship game
Dana Ferguson scored 14 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, but it wasn't enough as top-seed Trinity knocked off DePauw 63-47 in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference title game. Melissa Carl led Trinity with 14, while Megan Selmon added 13 and Allison Wooley with 11. Trinity advances to the NCAA Division III Championship with the conference's automatic bid. FULL STORY WITH STATS
Tigers advance to SCAC title game with 72-38 win over Hendrix
Sarah Zondor scored 14 and Colleen Powers added 10 as 19th-ranked DePauw rolled to a 72-38 win in the first semifinal game of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Women's Basketball Championship. The Tigers advance to Saturday's title game where they will face regular season champion Trinity. Tipoff for Saturday's championship game is 6 p.m. EST FULL STORY WITH STATS
19th-ranked Tigers advance to SCAC semifinals
Dana Ferguson grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds and scored 13 points in just 18 minutes to lead DePauw to a 71-43 win in the first quarterfinal game of the SCAC Championship in Memphis. Story with stats
Tigers slip two spots in coaches' poll
The 20-4 Tigers dropped two spots to 19th in the latest ESPN/USA Today/WBCA rankings and fell three places to 20th in the latest D3hoops.com top 25 poll. DePauw opens SCAC tournament play on Thursday against Oglethorpe at Rhodes College at 1 p.m. CST.
Tigers finish second in SCAC following 67-62 loss at Southwestern
The Tigers saw their nine-game win streak come to an end at Southwestern in a 67-62 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference loss. The Tigers will have the number-two seed at the SCAC Tournament and will play Oglethorpe at 1 p.m. CST on Thursday at Rhodes College. Story with stats
17th-ranked Tigers move into first-place tie with ninth straight win
Dana Ferguson's basket with 2.3 seconds left gave DePauw a 74-72 win at Trinity and moved them into a tie for first in the SCAC. More to come. Box score
Tigers climb in both national polls; ranked 17th in both
DePauw, winners of eight straight and 14 of their last 15 games, moved up two spots to 17th in the latest D3hoops.com poll and up one place to 17th in the ESPN/USA Today/WBCA rankings. The Tigers are 19-3 overall and 11-1 in the SCAC and one game behind league leader Trinity headed into Friday's game in San Antonio.
18th-ranked Tigers win eighth straight
Amy Argetsinger led DePauw with 15 and Sarah Zondor followed with 13 in a 73-43 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference win at Rose-Hulman. The win was the Tigers' eighth straight and 14th in the last 15 games. FULL STORY
Tigers ranked 18th by coaches; 19th by D3hoops.com
The 18-3 Tigers moved up two spots to 18th in the latest ESPN/USA Today/WBCA rankings and remained 19th in the D3hoops.com Top 25 poll. DePauw has won seven straight and 13 of its last 14 games.
19th-ranked Tigers win seventh straight to improve to 18-3
Dana Ferguson scored 24 and grabbed seven rebounds to lead DePauw to its seventh consecutive win and its 13th in the last 14 games with a 74-51 SCAC victory over visiting Hendrix. FULL STORY WITH STATS
DePauw wins sixth straight, 75-71 over Rhodes
Amy Argetsinger scored a career-high 21 points to lead 19th-ranked DePauw to a 75-71 SCAC win over visiting Rhodes. FULL STORY WITH STATS
Tigers ranked in top 20 in two Division III polls
With a pair of convincing SCAC road wins, the Tigers moved up one spot to 20th in the latest ESPN/USA Today/WBCA rankings. They slipped one spot to 19th in the latest Division III rankings by D3hoops.com.
Tigers improve to 16-3 overall and 8-1 in the SCAC with win at Millsaps
Sarah Zondor scored 16 and Kim Weigle added 14 to lead DePauw to a 62-45 SCAC win at Millsaps. The Tigers jumped out to a 20-4 lead and were never threatened in earning their fifth straight win and 11th in the last 12 games. FULL STORY
DePauw rolls at Oglethorpe, 101-63
The Tigers used a 28-1 run in the first half to turn a four-point deficit into a 23-point lead on the way to a 101-63 win at Oglethorpe. Amy Argetsinger scored a season-high 19, while Colleen Powers matched a career-high with 16 on 8-of-8 from the field. Sarah Zondor added 13 with Heather Wiles and Dana Ferguson each adding 10. DePauw shot 61 percent from the floor and committed just eight turnovers for their third straight game in single digits. Box score
Tigers move up four spots in both national polls
With wins over Sewanee and Centre, DePauw moved up four spots to 18th in the latest Division III rankings by D3hoops.com and to 21st in the ESPN/USA Today/WBCA rankings
DePauw all alone in second with 79-63 victory
Sarah Zondor scored a career-high 21 including 16 in the second half to lead DePauw to a 79-63 SCAC victory over visiting Centre. Dana Ferguson added 16 followed by Heather Wiles with 11 and Tria Yoder with 10. Story with stats
DePauw rolls to 87-31 win over Sewanee
The 22nd ranked Tigers improved to 13-3 overall and 5-1 in the SCAC with an 87-31 win over visiting Sewanee. Story with stats
Tigers ranked 22nd in latest D3hoops.com poll; 25th in coaches rankings
DePauw dropped three spots, but still remains ranked 22nd in the latest D3hoops.com top 25 poll. In the ESPN/USA Today/WBCA rankings, DePauw dropped four spots to 25th.
Tigers rebound to beat Pirates
Coming off their first SCAC loss of the season, the Tigers defeated visiting Southwestern by a 70-60 score. Amy Argetsinger scored 17, while Sarah Zondor matched a career-high with 14 and Kim Weigle added 12. Jill Schneider set a career-high with 13 rebounds. More details to come. Story with stats
DePauw drops first SCAC contest to Trinity
DePauw's six-game win streak and 13-game home court win string came to an end as Trinity knocked off the Tigers 72-66. Story with stats
Tigers move up in one poll stay the same in the other
The 11-2 Tigers moved up two spots to 19th in the latest D3hoops.com top 25 poll and stayed at 21st in the latest USA Today/ESPN WBCA top 25 poll.
21st-ranked Tigers beat Rose-Hulman 83-40
Dana Ferguson scored 18 points in just 14 minutes, while Sarah Zondor scored a career-high 12 and Amy Argetsinger posted a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead DePauw to an 83-40 win over visiting Rose-Hulman. Story with stats
Tigers stay at 21st in latest national rankings; also 21st in first coaches poll of the season
With two SCAC wins last weekend, the Tigers remained ranked 21st in the latest D3hoops.com national poll. DePauw is also ranked 21st in the first poll by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association. The Tigers are 10-2 on the season and have won five straight.
Ferguson named SCAC Player of the Week for a third time this season
Senior Dana Ferguson has earned Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors for a third time this season. The honor is for her performances in the Tigers' wins over Thomas More, Rhodes and Hendrix. In those three games she averaged 20.7 points, 13.0 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 2.0 steals for the 21st-ranked Tigers. That included career highs of 27 points and 16 rebounds in an overtime win at Rhodes. She posted two double-doubles in that time and just missed a third with 10 points and nine rebounds at Hendrix.
DePauw sweeps on SCAC opening weekend with 60-39 win at Hendrix
The 21st-ranked Tigers opened the second half with a 17-2 run on the way to a 60-39 SCAC win at Hendrix. Amy Argetsinger paced the Tigers with 13 followed by Sarah Zondor with and Jill Schneider and Dana Ferguson with 10 apiece. Story with stats
21st-ranked Tigers open with 77-71 overtime win at Rhodes
Dana Ferguson scored a career-high 27 points and grabbed a career-best 16 rebounds to lead the 21st-ranked Tigers to a 77-71 SCAC overtime win at Rhodes. The Tigers improved to 9-2 overall and 1-0 in the SCAC. Game story with stats
DePauw moves up one spot to 21st in latest rankings
In the final D3hoops.com poll of the 2002 portion of the season, the Tigers moved up one spot to 21st in the national rankings. DePauw is 8-2 on the season and has won its last three contests.
22nd-ranked Tigers roll past Saints
DePauw, ranked 22nd in Division III by D3hoops.com, improved to 8-2 with an 82-62 win at Thomas More. Dana Ferguson equaled career highs with 25 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Tigers while Amy Argetsinger added 18 points and Lindsay Houin 10. DePauw shot nearly 51 percent from the field, hit 25 of 26 free throws and outrebounded the Saints 44-29 in the win. Additionally, the limited Thomas More to just 33 percent shooting from the floor. Box score
Big second half pushes Tigers to 13-point win
After trailing 34-30 at halftime, DePauw outscored Adrian 41-24 in the second half on the way to a 71-58 win in their second and final game at the Cruzin Classic in West Palm Beach, Florida. The Tigers also outrebounded Adrian 27-7 over the final 20 minutes.
Tria Yoder, Dana Ferguson and Amy Argetsinger each scored 13 for the 22nd-ranked Tigers, while Lindsay Houin added 10. Yoder equaled a career high, while Houin established one in the win. Rachael Petre paced Adrian with 14. Adrian shot 60 percent in the first half before the Tigers held them to just 33 percent in the second half. Box score
Tigers top Defiance in first game of Cruzin' Classic
DePauw improved to 6-2 on the season with a 74-62 win over Defiance in the Cruzin' Classic at West Palm Beach Classic. Kim Weigle led the Tigers with 22 points, while Dana Ferguson added 13 points. Box score
DePauw ranked 22nd in latest D3hoops.com poll
The Tigers slipped nine spots in the latest D3hoops.com top 25 poll to 22nd.
Ferguson named SCAC Player of the Week, again
Senior forward Dana Ferguson scored a career-high 25 points and hauled down 13 rebounds in a 69-64 loss at Wittenberg and earned Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors. The honor was her second of the season.
13th ranked DePauw falls at Wittenberg
The Tigers, ranked 13th by D3hoops.com, lost for the second straight time as they fell at Wittenberg by a 69-64 count. Dana Ferguson scored a career-high 25 points and grabbed 13 boards, while Sarah Zondor added 10 for the 5-2 Tigers. Stephanie Campbell scored 29 for Wittenberg. Statistics
Tigers ranked 13th according to D3hoops.com
Following a weekend split at the Washington University Division III Shootout, the Tigers dropped five spots to 13th in the latest national rankings according to D3hoops.com.
Eighth-ranked DePauw suffers season's first loss in 73-56 decision at top-ranked Washington
The eighth-ranked Tigers suffered their first loss of the season as they lost at top-ranked Washington (Mo.) by a 73-56 score. Story with statistics
Eighth-ranked Tigers move to DIII Shootout title game after 80-68 win
A strong start in each half lifted the eighth-ranked Tigers to an 80-68 win over Illinois Wesleyan in the first game of the Washington University DIII Shootout. The Tigers advanced to Saturday's title game where they will face top-ranked Washington. Full story with stats
Tigers move up one spot in D3hoops.com poll
The 4-0 Tigers, off to the best start in school history, moved up one spot from the preseason ranking to eighth according to D3hoops.com. DePauw travels to St. Louis this weekend for the Washington University Division III Shootout. DePauw opens play on Friday at 5:30 p.m. CST against Illinois Wesleyan. Top-ranked Washington hosts Illinois College in the second game Friday with the winners and losers meeting on Saturday.
DePauw off to best start in school history after 72-46 win; Ferguson named tourney MVP
The Tigers improved to 4-0 for the first time in school history after a 72-46 win over visiting Manchester in Sunday's second game of the DePauw Classic. Dana Ferguson, the tournament MVP, led DePauw with 13 points and also grabbed seven rebounds. Kim Weigle was named to the all-tournament team after finishing with 12 points, six rebounds and four assists in the win. Manchester's Erica Sewell earned a spot on the all-tourney team with 23 points and 14 rebounds in the contest. Anna Hall of Rose-Hulman and Stephanie Davis of Beloit were also named to the team. Box score
Beloit tops Rose-Hulman, 81-69
All five Beloit starters scored in double figures on the way to an 81-69 victory over Rose-Hulman in the third game of the DePauw Classic. Stephanie Davis led the way with 22. Anna Hall paced Rose-Hulman with 20. Box score
Ninth-ranked Tigers roll to 3-0 with 98-52 win
The Tigers, ranked ninth by D3hoops.com, trailed 30-24 with just under seven minutes left in the first half, but closed the opening 20 minutes with a 26-3 run and then opened the second half with a 27-6 spurt to put Beloit away, 98-52, in the second game of the DePauw Classic. Dana Ferguson came off the bench to score 18 points in 15 minutes, while Heather Wiles scored a career-high 16 and Jill Schneider recorded a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Stephanie Davis paced Beloit with 12 followed by Emily Davis with 10. DePauw outrebounded the Buccaneers, 40-17, and shot just under 58 percent from the field. Box score
Manchester tops Rose-Hulman in first game of DePauw Classic
Erin Ward scored 17 points to lead Manchester to a 64-44 win over Rose-Hulman in the first game of the DePauw Classic. Erica Sewell came off the bench for 13 points and 18 rebounds, while Mandy Freed added 11 points. Anna Hall paced Rose-Hulman with 23 points and 10 rebounds, while Karyn Kost had 11 points. Box score
Ferguson named the SCAC Player of the Week
Senior forward Dana Ferguson has earned Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors for her performance in season-opening wins over Anderson and John Carroll. Ferguson led the ninth-ranked Tigers with 19 points against Anderson while hauling down five rebounds. The North Central College Tournament MVP totaled 27 points and 12 rebounds in the two games.
Ninth-ranked Tigers win North Central Tournament; Ferguson named MVP and Argetsinger named to all-tourney team
DePauw, ranked ninth by D3hoops.com, improved to 2-0 on the season for their best start since the 1989-90 campaign with a 70-48 win over John Carroll in the North Central Tipoff Tournament championship game. Kim Weigle led the Tigers with 13, while Tria Yoder added 11. Dana Ferguson grabbed seven boards to go along with eight points, while Erin Miller also scored eight. Ferguson was named the tournament MVP with 27 points and 12 rebounds in the two games. Amy Argetsinger who scored 23 points and hauled down 10 rebounds, was named to the all-tournament team. Box score
DePauw opens season with 20-point win
The ninth-ranked Tigers opened the 2002-03 season with a 79-59 win over Anderson University in the first game of the North Central College Tipoff Tournament. Four Tiger front line players scored in double figures as Dana Ferguson led with a career-high 19 followed by Amy Argetsinger with 16, Colleen Powers with 11 and Jill Schneider with 10. DePauw will face John Carroll in Saturday's 6 p.m. CST championship game. The Blue Streaks defeated North Central 63-56. Box score
Tigers ranked ninth according to D3hoops.com preseason poll
In the D3hoops.com preseason poll the Tigers are ranked ninth in Division III. The Tigers who finished third in the nation last season, return three starters and nine letterwinners from last year's squad.
Tigers are preseason pick to defend SCAC title
The Tigers have won or shared the SCAC title each of their first four seasons in the conference and this year are the preseason number-one pick. The Tigers picked up five first-place votes and totaled 91 points. Centre, with two first place votes, and Trinity with three tied for second. Complete Release (requires Adobe Acrobat)
2002-03 SCAC Preseason Poll