Women’s History

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2013 WOMENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
“Reef” Division (3 games)
1. Syracuse (3-0)  2. Texas (2-1)
3. Texas A&M (1-2) 4. Memphis (0-3)
ALL STARS
MVP: Brianna Butler, Syracuse
Brittney Sykes, Syracuse
Courtney Walker, Texas A&M
Brady Sanders, Texas
Ariel Hearn, Memphis
[2013 "Reef" Scores]
“Island” Division (3 games)
1. Duke (3-0)  2. Kansas (1-2)
3. Xavier (1-2) 4. Central Michigan (1-2)
ALL STARS
MVP: Tricia Liston, Duke
Elizabeth Williams, Duke
Cece Harper, Kansas
Niki Diguilio, Central Michigan
Shatyra Hawkes, Xavier

[2013 "Island" Scores]

 

2012 WOMENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
“Reef” Division (3 games)
1. South Carolina (3-0)  2. DePaul (2-1)
3. Florida Gulf Coast (1-2) 4. Hampton (0-3)
ALL STARS
MVP: Aleighsa Welch, South Carolina
Sarah Hansen- Florida Gulf Coast
Nicole Hamilton- Hampton
Brittany Hrynko- DePaul
Ashley Bruner- South Carolina
[2012 "Reef" Scores]
“Island” Division (3 games)
1. UConn (3-0)  2. Purdue (2-1)
3. Marist (1-2) 4. Wake Forest (0-3)
ALL STARS
MVP: Breanna Stewart Connecticut
Elizabeth Beynnon Marist
Sandra Garcia Wake Forest
Courtney Moses Purdue
Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis Connecticut

[2012 "Island" Scores]
2011 WOMENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
“Reef” Division (3 games)
1. Michigan (3-0)  2. Washington State (2-1)
3. Marquette (1-2) 4. Prairie View A&M (0-3)
ALL STARS
MVP: Courtney Boylan, Michigan
Jeanette Jackson, Prairie View A&M
Katherine Plouffe, Marquette
Ashley Cook, Washington State
Jenny Ryan, Michigan
[2011 "Reef" Scores]
“Island” Division (3 games)
1. Alabama (2-1)  2. Seton Hall (2-1)
3. Louisiana Tech (1-2) 4. Old Dominion (1-2)
ALL STARS
MVP: Ericka Russell, Alabama
Tia Lewis, Old Dominion
Kiara Young, Louisiana Tech
Jasmine Crew, Seton Hall
Jasmine Robinson, Alabama
[2011 "Island" Scores]

 

2010 WOMENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
“Reef” Division (3 games)
1. Georgetown (2-1) 2. Tennessee (2-1)
3. Georgia Tech (1-2) 4. Missouri (1-2)
ALL STARS
MVP: Summer Rodgers – Georgetown
Monica McNutt (Georgetown), Glory Johnson (Tennessee)
Meighan Simmons (Tennessee), Alex Montgomery (Georgia Tech)
Raeshara Brown (Missouri)
[2010 "Reef" Scores]
“Island” Division (3 games)
1. West Virginia (3-0) 2. Iowa State
(2-1) 3. Virginia (1-2) 4. TCU (0-3)
ALL STARS
MVP: Liz Rapella – West Virginia
Madina Ali (West Virginia), Kelsey Bolte (Iowa State)
Helena Sverrisdottir (TCU), Chelsea Shine (Virginia)
[2010 "Island" Scores]

2009 WOMENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
“Reef” Division (3 games)
 1. Rutgers (2-1)   2. USC (2-1)
3. Texas (2-1)  4. Mississippi State (0-3)
ALL STARS
MVP: Brittany Ray – Rutgers
Chelsey Lee (Rutgers), Brittainey Raven (Texas)
Kathleen Nash (Texas), Ashley Corral (USC)
Armelie Lumanu (Mississippi State)
[2009 "Reef" Scores]
“Island” Division (3 games)
1. Notre Dame (3-0)  2. Oklahoma (2-1)
3. South Carolina (1-2)  4. San Diego State (0-3)
ALL STARS
MVP:  Skylar Diggins – Notre Dame
Danielle Robinson (Oklahoma), Amanda Thompson (Oklahoma)
Valerie Nainima (South Carolina), Melissa Lechlitner (Notre Dame)
Jene Morris (SDSU)
[2009 "Island" Scores]

2008 WOMENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
“Reef” Division (3 games)
1. California (3-0)  2. South Florida (2-1)
3. Iowa (1-2)  4. Texas Tech (0-3)
ALL STARS
MVP:  Ashley Walker – California
Shantia Grace – South Florida; Alexis Gray-Lawson – California
Wendy Ausdemore – Iowa; Lauren Grief – California
Dominic Seals – Texas Tech
[2008 "Reef" Scores]
“Island” Division (3 games)
1. Wisconsin (3-0)  2. Baylor (2-1)
3. Villanova (1-2)   4.Central Florida (0-3)
ALL STARS
MVP:  Alyssa Karel – Wisconsin
Rachel Allison – Baylor; Rae Lin D’Alie – Wisconsin
D’Nay Daniels – Central Florida; Danielle Wilson – Baylor
Laura Kurz – Villanova
[2008 "Island" Scores]

2007 WOMENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
St. Thomas Division (2 games)
1. Connecticut   2. Duke   3. Stanford
4.Temple  5. ODU  6. Purdue
ALL STARS: MVP: Maya Moore-UCONN
Chante Black-Duke; Tina Charles-UCONN
T.J. Jordan-Old Dominion; Ashley Morris-Temple
Candice Wiggins-Stanford
[2007 St. Thomas Scores]
St. John Division (3 games)
1. Wake Forest (3-0)  2. Texas A&M (2-1)
3. Indiana (1-2)  4. Wichita St. (0-3)
ALL STARS: MVP: Alex Tchangoue-Wake Forest
Jamie Braun-Indiana; Corinne Groves-Wake Forest
Danielle Gant-Texas A&M; Takia Starks-Texas A&M
Kiki Stephens-Wichita St.
[2007 St. John Scores]

2006 WOMENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
St. Thomas Division (2 games)
1. Arizona State / Rutgers (game cancelled)
2. N/A 3. W. Kentucky 4. Penn St.
Amanda Brown – Penn St., Essence Carson – Rutgers,
Briann January – Arizona St., Crystal Kelly – W. Kentucky,
Kia Vaughn – Rutgers, Emily Westerberg – Arizona St.
[2006 St. Thomas Scores]
St. John Division (3 games)
1. Marquette (3-0) 2. Xavier (2-1) 3. Auburn (1-2)
4. W. Michigan (0-3)
ALL STARS: MVP: Christina Quaye – Marquette
DeWanna Bonner – Auburn, Krystal Ellis – Marquette, Miranda Green – Xavier,
Amber Harris – Xavier, Carrie Moore – W. Michigan
[2006 St. John Scores]

2005 WOMENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
St. Thomas Division (2 games)
1. Minnesota
2. Virginia
3. Alabama
4. Nevada
ALL STARS: MVP: Jamie Broback (Minnesota)
Tiffany Sardin (Virginia), Liz Podominick (Minnesota),
Denesha Kenion (Virginia), Lauren Hill (Alabama), Dellena Criner (Nevada)
[2005 St. Thomas Scores]
St. John Division (3 games)
Champion: Tennessee
2. Maryland
3. Michigan State
4. Gonzaga
ALL STARS: MVP: Candace Parker (Tennessee)
Shanna Zolman (Tennessee), Crystal Langhorne (Maryland), Marissa Coleman (Maryland), Lindsay Bowen (Michigan State), Stephanie Hawk (Gonzaga)
[2005 St. John Scores]

2004 WOMENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
St. Thomas Division (2 games)
1. North Carolina State (2-0)
2. Louisville (1-1)
3. Nebraska (1-1)
4. Hampton (0-2)
ALL STARS: MVP: Tiffany Stansbury, NC State
Marquetta Dickens (NC State), Jazz Covington (Louisville),
Missy Taylor (Louisville), Rachael Butler (Hampton),
Kiera Hardy (Nebraska)
[2004 St. Thomas Scores]
St. John Division (3 games)
Champions: Rutgers (3-0)
Kentucky (1-2)
Oregon State (1-2)
South Dakota State (1-2)
ALL STARS: MVP: Michelle Campbell, Rutgers
Chelsea Newton (Rutgers), Matee Ajavon (Rutgers)
Sara Potts (Kentucky), Shannon Howell (Oregon State),
Shannon Schlagel (South Dakota State)
[2004 St. John Scores]

2003 WOMENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
St. Thomas Division (2 games)
1. Virginia Tech
2. Mississippi State
3. Iowa State
4. Indiana
ALL STARS: MVP – Carrie Mason (Virginia Tech)
Tiania Burns (Miss. State), Jenny DeMuth (Indiana),
Lisa Kriener (Iowa State), Ieva Kublina (Virginia Tech),
Tan White (Miss. State)
St. John Division (3 games)
1. Southwest Missouri State
2. West Virginia
3. Georgia Tech
4. James Madison
ALL STARS: MVP – Kari Koch (SMS)
Kate Bulger (W. Virginia), Lesley Dickinson (James Madison),
Jenni Lingor (SMS), Alex Stewart (Georgia Tech),
Fallon Stokes (Georgia Tech)
[View 2003 Scores]

2002 WOMENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
St. Thomas Division (2 games)
1. South Carolina
2. Boston College
3. Oregon
ALL STARS: MVP – Jocelyn Penn (S. Carolina)
Cristina Ciocan (S. Carolina), Jessalyn Deveny (Boston College),
Becky Gottstein (Boston College), Petra Ujhelyi (S. Carolina),
Shaquala Williams (Oregon)
St. John Division (3 games)
1. Duke
2. Arkansas
3. Old Dominion
4. Hampton
ALL STARS: MVP – Alana Beard (Duke)
Shameka Christon (Arkansas), LaShondra Dixon (Hampton),
Okeisha Howard (ODU), India Lewis (Arkansas), Iciss Tillis (Duke)
[View 2002 Scores]

2001 WOMENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
St. Thomas Division (2 games)
1. Texas
2. Univ. Southern California
3. Wisconsin
4. Florida
MVP: Stacy Stephens, Texas
St. John Division (3 games)
1. Arizona State
2. Kansas State
3. Richmond
4. Western Michigan
MVP: Amanda Levens, Arizona State
St. Croix Division (2 games)
1. Florida State
2. St. Mary’s
3. Dayton
MVP: Shinikki Whiting, Florida State
[View 2001 Scores]

2000 WOMEN’S PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
The inaugural Paradise Jam tournament in 2000 boasted a field where all four teams were ranked in the AP Top 20, which made for incredibly exciting games. Texas Tech overcame a gutsy Southwest Missouri State team to take the championship, 81-77. SMS’s Jackie Stiles showcased her offensive firepower and the results of her shooting talents will not soon be erased from the tournament record books.

MVP: Jackie Stiles, Southwest Missouri State
1. Texas Tech
2. Southwest Missouri State
3. Penn State
4. Louisiana State
[View 2000 Scores]


WOMENS TOURNAMENT RECORDS-INDIVIDUAL
TOURNAMENT MVPs:
2013 Tricia Liston (Duke)
Brianna Butler (Syracuse)
“Island” Division
“Reef” Division
2012 Breanna Stewart (UCONN)
Aleighsa Welch (South Carolina)
“Island” Division
“Reef” Division
2011 Ericka Russell (Alabama)
Courtney Boylan (Michigan)
“Island” Division
“Reef” Division
2010 Liz Rapella (West Virginia)
Summer Rodgers (Georgetown)
“Island” Division
“Reef” Division
2009 Skylar Diggins (Notre Dame)
Brittany Ray (Rutgers)
“Island” Division
“Reef” Division
2008 Alyssa Karel (Wisconsin)
Ashley Walker (California)
“Island” Division
“Reef” Division
2007 Maya Moore (Connecticut)
Alex Tchangoue (Wake Forest)
St. Thomas Division
St. John Division
2006 Christina Quaye (Marquette) St. John Division
2005 Jamie Broback (Minnesota)
Candace Parker (Tennessee)
St. Thomas Division
St. John Division
2004 Tiffany Stansbury (NC State)
Michelle Campbell (Rutgers)
St. Thomas Division
St. John Division
2003 Carrie Mason (Virginia Tech)
Kari Koch (Southwest Missouri St.)
St. Thomas Division
St. John Division
2002 Jocelyn Penn (S. Carolina)
 Alana Beard (Duke)
St. Thomas Division
St. John Division
2001 Shinikki Whiting (Florida State)
Stacy Stephens (Texas)
Amanda Levens (Arizona State)
St. Croix Division
St. Thomas Division
St. John Division
2000 Jackie Stiles, Southwest Missouri State
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS
(NOTE: Some divisions have 2 games and some divisions have 3 games.
Players from 3-game divisions are not eligible for 2-game division statistical leadership.)
Most Points (One Game) 42, Jackie Stiles, SMSU v. LSU, 11/24/00
(Two Games) 80, Jackie Stiles, SMSU, 11/00
(Three Games) 81, Carrie Moore, W. Michigan, 11/06
Most Rebounds (One Game) 18, Erin Hogue, Alabama v. La Tech, 11/26/11 (Island Div.)
(Two Games) 26, Jazz Covington, Louisville, 11/04
(Three Games) 39, Erin Hogue, Alabama, 11/11 (Island Div.)
Most Assists (One Game) 11, Corrie Mizusawa, St. Mary’s v. Dayton, 11/19/01
(Two Games) 17, Corrie Mizusawa, St. Mary’s, 11/01
(Three Games) 23, Chelsea Gray, Duke, 11/13 (Island Div.)
Most Steals (One Game) 9, Kim Roberson, Indiana v. Wake Forest, 11/22/07
(Two Games) 7, (four players tied)
(Three Games) 12, Kim Roberson, Indiana, 11/07
(tie) 12, Meghan Perkins, Alabama, 11/11 (Island Div.)
Most Blocks (One Game) 6, Brittany Denson, S. Florida vs. Texas Tech, 11/29/08 (Reef Div.)
(Two Games) 6, Ieva Kublina, Virginia Tech, 11/03
(Three Games) 16, Brittany Denson, S. Florida, 11/08 (Reef Div.)
Most Free Throws Made: (One Game) 16 (of 21), Jasmine Crew, Seton Hall v. La Tech, 11/24/11 (Island Div.)
(Tie) 13 (of 15), Amanda Levens, Arizona St. v. Kansas St., 11/25/01
(Two Games) 15 (of 15), Jackie Stiles, SMSU, 11/00
(Three Games) 29 (of 34), Jasmine Crew, Seton Hall, 11/11 (Island Div.)
Best Free Throw Pct: (One Game, min. 10) 1.000 (13-13), Jackie Stiles, SMSU v. LSU, 11/24/00
(Tie) 1.000 (11-11), Ashley Walker, California v. Texas Tech, 11/28/08 (Reef Div.)
(Two Games, min. 15) 1.000, (15-15), Jackie Stiles, SMSU, 11/00
(Three Games, min. 15) 1.000, (15-15), Ashley Walker, California, 11/08 (Reef Div.)
Most Field Goals Made: (One Game) 17 (of 26), Jackie Stiles, SMSU v. Texas Tech, 11/25/00
(Two Games) 30 (of 44), Jackie Stiles, SMSU, 11/00
(Three Games) 27 (of 58), Tia Lewis, Old Dominion, 11/11 (Island Div.)
Best Field Goal Pct: (min. 10 attempts per game)
(One Game) .900 (9-10), Ashleigh Fontenette, Miss. St. v. Texas, 11/26/09, (Reef Div.)
(Tie) .900 (9-10), Tori Scott, Texas A&M v. Memphis, 11/28/13 (Reef Div.)
(Two Games) .727 (16-22), Crystal Kelly, W. Kentucky, 11/06
(Three Games) .667, (22-33) Breanna Stewart, Connecticut, 11/12 (Island Div.)
Most 3-pt. Field Goals Made: (One Game) 7 (of 12), Brianna Butler, Syracuse v. Texas A&M, 11/30/13 (Reef Div.)
(Two Games) 10 (of 18), Stefanie Miller, Dayton, 11/01
(Three Games) 14 (of 26), Brianna Butler, Syracuse, 11/13 (Reef Div.)
Best 3-pt. Field Goal Pct: (min. 3 attempts per game)
(One Game) 1.000 (4-4) K.C. Cowgill, SMS v. James Madison, 11/28/03
(tie) 1.000 (3-3), Jackie Stiles, SMSU v. LSU, 11/24/00
(tie) 1.000 (3-3), Megan Mahoney, Kansas St. v. W. Mich., 11/26/01
(tie) 1.000 (3-3), Lavonda Henderson, Texas Tech v. S. Florida, 11/29/08 (Reef Div.)
(Two Games) .714 (5-7), Jackie Stiles, SMSU, 11/00
(tie) .714 (5-7), Kenzie Rich, W. Kentucky, 11/06
(Three Games) .727 (8-11), Kristin Rethman, Kansas State, 11/01


WOMENS TOURNAMENT RECORDS-TEAM
CHAMPIONS:
2013 Duke
Syracuse
“Island” Division
“Reef” Division
2012 Connecticut
South Carolina
“Island” Division
“Reef” Division
2011 Alabama
Michigan
“Island” Division
“Reef” Division
2010 Georgetown
West Virginia
“Island” Division
“Reef” Division
2009 Notre Dame
Rutgers
“Island” Division
“Reef” Division
2008 Wisconsin
California
“Island” Division
“Reef” Division
2007 Connecticut
Wake Forest
St. Thomas Division
St. John Division
2006 Championship cancelled
Marquette
St. Thomas Division
St. John Division
2005 Minnesota
Tennessee
St. Thomas Division
St. John Division
2004 North Carolina State
Rutgers
St. Thomas Division
St. John Division
2003 Virginia Tech
Southwest Missouri State
St. Thomas Division
St. John Division
2002 South Carolina
Duke
St. Thomas Division
St. John Division
2001 Texas
Arizona State
Florida State
St. Thomas Division
St. John Division
St. Croix Division
2000 Texas Tech
TEAM STATISTICAL TOURNAMENT LEADERS
(NOTE: Some divisions have 2 games and some divisions have 3 games.
Teams from 3-game divisions are not eligible for 2-game division statistical leadership.)
Most Points Scored (One Game) 97, Duke v. C. Michigan, 11/29/13 (Island Div.)
(Two Games) 162, SMSU, 11/00
(Three Games) 267, Connecticut, 11/12 (Island Div.)
Best Field Goal Pct. (One Game) .686 (35-51), Connecticut v. Wake Forest, 11/22/12 (Island Div.)
(Two Games) .566 (47-83), W. Kentucky, 11/06
(Three Games) .580 (98-169), Connecticut, 11/12 (Island Div.)
Best 3-Pt. Field Goal Pct. (min. 7 attempts per game)
(One Game) .636 (14-22), Kansas State v. W. Michigan, 11/26/01
(Two Games) .500 (8-16), Virginia Tech, 11/03
(Three Games) .522 (24-46), Purdue, 11/12 (Island Div.)
Most Free Throws Made  (One Game) 27 (of 32), SMS v. Georgia Tech, 11/29/00
(Two Games) 42 (of 60), Minnesota, 11/05
(tie) 42 (of 59), Penn State, 11/06
(Three Games) 67 (of 81), SMS, 11/03
Most Free Throws Attempted (One Game) 39, Texas v. Rutgers, 11/28/09 (Reef Div.)
(Two Games) 60, Minnesota, 11/05
(Three Games) 90, Maryland, 11/05
Best Free Throw Pct. (min. 15 attempts)
(One Game) .941 (16-17), Duke v. C. Michigan, 11/29/13 (Island Div.)
(Two Games) .867 (39-45), SMSU, 11/00
(Three Games) .822 (60-73), Tennessee, 11/05
Most Rebounds (One Game) 57, South Carolina v Hampton, 11/22/12 (Reef Div.)
(Two Games) 87, Penn State, 11/00
(Three Games) 150, South Carolina, 11/12 (Reef Div.)
Most Assists (One Game) 24, Connecticut v. ODU, 11/23/07
(tie) 24, Washington St. v. Prairie View A&M, 11/26/11 (Reef Div.)
(Two Games) 35, Texas Tech, 11/00
(Three Games) 61, Connecticut, 11/07
Most Steals (One Game) 16, Rutgers v. Oregon State, 11/26/04
(tie) 16, Alabama v. Old Dominion, 11/24/11 (Island Div.)
(Two Games) 22, Miss. State, 11/03
(tie) 22, NC State, 11/04
(Three Games) 40, Alabama, 11/11 (Island Div.)
Most Blocks (One Game) 11, Connecticut v Wake Forest, 11/22/12 (Island Div.)
(Two Games) 13, Virginia Tech, 11/03
(Three Games) 28, Duke, 11/13 (Island Div.)
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