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WCC 25th Anniversary of Women's Athletics Team, presented by Zappos.com: Members 21-30

June 7, 2010

SAN BRUNO, Calif. - This third group of the 25th Anniversary of Women's Athletics team includes 10 exceptional athletes across six WCC sports-basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis and volleyball. Among these individuals are eight All-Americans, two WCC Scholar Athletes of the Year, and one NCAA Champion.

Tracy Holman, Loyola Marymount University
Volleyball - Setter, 1994-1997

  • Four-time All-WCC First-Team (1994, 95, 96, 97); WCC Freshman of the Year (1994)

  • All-time LMU career assist leader and 2nd in WCC (5, 362)

  • Four NCAA Tournaments (1994,95, 96, 97), Sweet Sixteen (1996)

  • AVCA All-West Region, 2nd Team (1994); All-District VIII (1996)

  • Three WCC titles (1994, 95, 96)

  • Volleyball Magazine All-America Honorable Mention (1996)

  • WCC Scholar Athlete of the Year (1997-98)

  • LMU Scholar Athlete of the Year (1996-97, 1997-98)

    Lindsey Hule, University of Portland
    Soccer - Midfielder, 2002-2005

  • Four-time All-American; Three-time First Team (2003, 04, 05)

  • NSCAA Scholar All-America First Team (2005)

  • Four-time All-WCC First Team honoree (2002, 03, 04, 05)

  • Fifth in WCC career assists (48) and 11th in career points (110)

  • Two-time NCAA Champion (2002, 05)

  • First Team Freshman All-America (2002)

  • WCC Freshman of the Year (2002)

  • Second in Portland history in assists and fifth in career points

    Katherine Hull, Pepperdine University
    Golf, 1999-2000, 2002-2003

  • NGCA National Player of the Year (2003)

  • Dinah Shore Award (2003, national athletic/academic award)

  • Three-time All-American (twice 1st team), Four-time All-WCC 1st team

  • Won seven career tournaments, set NCAA record with score of 200

  • 2003 NGCA All-American Scholar, 2-time WCC All-Academic

  • Team won three WCC titles, four NCAA appearances (2nd in 2003)

  • Member of LPGA Tour since 2004

  • Inducted into Pepperdine Athletics Hall of Fame (2009)

    Nicole Karr, University of Portland
    Cross Country/Track & Field, 1991-1996

  • NCAA Cross Country All-American (1994; placed 24th)

  • WCC Cross Country Champion (1994); fourth best time in WCC 5K history (17:43)

  • Women's Cross Country Coaches Association Academic All-America (1994)

  • Two-time Track & Field All-American in the 3,000-meter; placed third at 1995 indoor meet and eighth at 1996 outdoor meet

  • Three-time WCC third place finisher (1991, 92, 93)

  • Four WCC team titles (1991, 92, 93, 94)

  • NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship Award Winner (1996)

  • Inducted into UP Hall of Fame in 2003

    Melissa King Fisher, Santa Clara University
    Basketball, 1990-1993

  • School-record 1,789 points

  • Two-time West Coast Conference Player of the Year

  • Three-straight WCC regular-season titles, WNIT championship (1991) and first trip to the NCAA Tournament (1992)

  • Santa Clara's first women's basketball All-American

  • All-time records for points, scoring average, field goals, free throws and steals

  • Santa Clara University and its athletic department officially retired her jersey #21 (2009)

    Janna Kovacevich, Pepperdine University
    Tennis - Singles/Doubles, 1987-1988, 1990-1991

  • First women's tennis four-time All-American in WCC history

  • Won 2 WCC doubles tournament titles, made singles final 3 times

  • 25-1 in dual singles matches, ranked #16 in nation (1988)

  • Team won four WCC titles, made NCAA quarterfinals three times

  • 24-2 in dual singles matches (1989), ranked #18 in nation

  • 16-5 in dual singles matches (1990), ranked #17 in nation

  • First in Pepperdine singles wins (78), second in winning pct. (.830)

  • Made semifinals of NCAA doubles tournament (1991)

    Deanna Lansing, University of Portland
    Basketball - Guard, 1993-1997

  • Honorable Mention All-America (1996-97)

  • Three-time All-WCC selection; First Team (1996, 97), honorable mention (1995); WCC All-Freshman Team (1994)

  • Four NCAA Tournaments (1994-97); 1996-97 squad was the first team in league history to go a perfect 14-0 in the WCC; that team set a UP DI record in wins (27) and was the first and only UP squad to make an appearance in the national rankings (highest rating was No. 21/USA Today poll)

  • Second in career WCC steals; fifth WCC career three-pointers; seventh WCC career three-point field goal percentage; eighth WCC all-time in assists; third WCC career steals (149) during WCC games; fourth in WCC three-pointers made (101); sixth in WCC assists (250)

  • Inducted into the UP Athletic Hall of Fame (2003)

  • WCC single-season steals record (118; 1996-97)

  • Top two Portland single-season marks for three-point field goals (80, 1995-96; 63, 1996-97)

  • Portland's all-time career field goals leader (223); second in three-point field goal percentage (.403), third in steals (318) and fourth in assists (503); 10th all-time Portland career points (1,280)

    Angela Lawrence, Pepperdine University
    Tennis - Singles/Doubles, 1995-96, 98-99

  • Pepperdine's 2nd four-time women's tennis All-American

  • Two-time All-WCC singles; Three-time All-WCC doubles

  • Final national doubles ranking in top 10 all 4 years (#5 in 1996)

  • Two-time NCAA doubles quarterfinalist (1996, 99)

  • #25 final singles rankings (1999), #30 final rankings (1998)

  • Won doubles title at Riviera (1997); Rolex Regional (1996)

  • Team won 4 WCC titles, made NCAA Round of 16 3 times

  • Four-time WCC All-Academic selection

    Zuzana Lesenarova, University of San Diego
    Tennis - Singles/Doubles, 1996-2000

  • Four-time ITA All-American (1997, 98, 99, 00)

  • Won three Grand Slam titles in one season (1999); Won 37 total Grand Slam events (1997-2000)

  • ITA National Player of the Year (1999)

  • Inducted into USD Hall of Fame (2009)

  • Two-time National Clay Court Champion (1999, 00)

  • NCAA Singles Champion (1999)

  • Three-time WCC Player of the Year & WCC All-Academic (1998, 99, 00)

  • Three-time WCC All-Academic (1998, 99, 00)

  • Career record of 202-55 (139-25 singles)

    Brittany Lindhe, University of San Francisco
    Basketball - Guard, 1994-1999

  • Named one of the top-50 student-athletes for the WCC 50th Anniversary Team (2003)

  • Named USF "Legend of the Hilltop" (2006)

  • WCC Tournament MVP (1997)

  • Powered USF to back-to-back-to-back WCC Championships and three consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (1995-97); propelled the Dons to the 1996 NCAA Sweet 16--the furthest a WCC team has ever advanced

  • Inducted into USF Athletics Hall of Fame (2005)

  • WCC Scholar-Athlete of the Year (1999)

  • Ranks in the USF career top-10 in six categories

  • NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipient (1999)