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July 08, 2004 Shandrika Lee's 8 points led Pepperdine past Gonzaga 73-6 Loyola Marymount matched its longest winning streak by defeating Portland 6-4
July 08, 2004 Dec 1- Junior Michelle Cozad led the Broncos in scoring for the third straight contest, netting 34 points to lead the Santa Clara University women's basketball team to a 79-69 victory over Sacramento State tonight at Hornet Gym
July 08, 2004 Feb 1- Loyola Marymount held Pepperdine to a season-low 39 points to win its first WCC regular season title with a 8-39 victory
July 08, 2004 Feb 8- All eight WCC teams concluded regular season play on Saturday, with LMU extending its program record win total to with a 7- win over Saint Mary's
July 08, 2004 Jan - The Saint Mary's women's basketball team bounced back after suffering its first loss of the season on Thursday, with a 9-1 victory over Santa Clara on Sunday afternoon at the Leavey Center in Santa Clara, CA
July 08, 2004 LMU edged Pepperdine 60-4, led by Adrianne Slaughter's 19 points, eight rebounds, and four blocks
July 08, 2004 Mar 19- Gonzaga was edged by Oregon State in the first round of the WNIT, 69-64 and finished their season at 18-1
July 08, 2004 Feb 1- In a full slate of WCC action, LMU dropped Santa Clara 8-3, setting a program record with its ninth straight win
July 08, 2004 Feb 6- Loyola Marymount made it 1 straight wins with a 66-46 win over San Francisco at Gersten Pavilion on Thursday night, while Portland handed San Diego a 78-6 defeat
July 08, 2004 Dec 19- Three WCC squads were in action on Friday night, with San Francisco shooting a record-setting
July 08, 2004 Portland's huge second-half surge led the Pilots to a 76-7 victory over the Saint Mary's Gaels
July 08, 2004 San Francisco and Saint Mary's open the season with victories Pepperdine loses a close one to Stanford
July 08, 2004 Feb 19- Santa Clara earned its second series sweep of the season with an 8-6 win over San Diego at the Leavey Center, while visiting Saint Mary's topped San Francisco 74-66 at Memorial Gym
July 08, 2004 Dec 4- Portland dropped the 0 ranked Oregon Ducks at the Chiles Center 76-8, handing the Ducks their first loss of the year
July 08, 2004 Dec 1- Seven WCC teams took the court on Sunday in non-conference action San Francisco edged Cal Poly at home, while San Diego handed Pacific a 70-66 defeat
July 08, 2004 Feb - Loyola Marymount took sole possesion of first place in the WCC with a 70-8 win over Gonzaga at Gersten Pavilion on Thursday night
May 08, 2004 (MALIBU, CA - May 7) Julie Rousseau, a Southern California native and former head coach of the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks, was named the head women's basketball coach at Pepperdine, Director of Athletics, John Watson announced on Friday
April 15, 2004 The man who built a nationally recognized basketball program at Pepperdine and who was the winningest active women's basketball coach in the West Coast Conference (WCC), announced he is leaving Pepperdine University after 11 seasons
March 17, 2004 For the sixth consecutive season, the WCC sent at least two teams into the postseason
March 14, 2004 With the first automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament in program history, Loyola Marymount women's basketball will travel to Albuquerque, New Mexico, to face Baylor in the tournament's first round, ESPN announced on today's Selection Special
March 07, 2004 Loyola Marymout defeated Gonzaga 61-58 in the WCC Women’s Basketball tournament championship game on Sunday
March 06, 2004 In the third overtime game of the women’s tournament, Loyola Marymount University defeated Portland 59-54, in the WCC Women’s Basketball tournament semifinals
March 05, 2004 Santa Clara, CA-University of Portland defeated upset-minded San Diego 76-64 in the second round of the WCC Women’s basketball tournament
March 04, 2004 -In the first round of the WCC Women’s basketball tournament, the University of San Diego became the first #8-seed to win a tournament game in its 87-81 double-overtime victory over Saint Mary’s
March 03, 2004 Loyola Marymount senior guard/forward Kate Murray was named WCC February Player of the Month in leading the Lions to a perfect 7-0 conference mark for the month, and their first-ever conference title
March 01, 2004 Mar 0- Sophia Young scored 4 points, six of them on back-to-back three-point plays late in the game in Baylor's 71-60 win over Loyola Marymount Saturday night in the first round of the NCAA tournament
March 01, 2004 San Bruno, CA-This year’s West Coast Conference women’s basketball all-conference team is highlighted by senior guard/forward Kate Murray, who was named the Player of the Year, as the WCC All-Conference Team was announced today by the league office
March 01, 2004 WCC Tournament Tips Off on Thursday, with LMU, the regular season champion, entering the conference tournament as the #1 seed for the first time, while Gonzaga, by virtue of a tiebreaker with Pepperdine, is the #2 seed
March 01, 2004 Sophomore guard Lauren Himmelspach was named the WCC Player of the Week after leading the Pilots to road victories over San Diego and Santa Clara
March 01, 2004 March 14-The Women146;s National Invitation Tournament will kick off the 004 postseason action for women146;s basketball with a Gonzaga and Pepperdine gracing the 3-team field
February 23, 2004 Entering the final games of the regular season, many of the match-ups will alter the seedings for the WCC tournament
February 23, 2004 Junior guard Shannon Mathews was named the WCC Co-Player of the Week after leading the Bulldogs to a win at the Chiles Center
February 19, 2004 University of Portland senior forward Khalila O’Rielly-Williams was named to the Academic all-America District VIII second team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America
February 16, 2004 Senior forward Khalila O’Rielly-Williams was named the WCC Player of the Week after leading the Pilots to victories over San Francisco and Saint Mary’s
February 16, 2004 Loyola Marymount can clinch its first ever WCC title with a victory over Pepperdine on Saturday
February 15, 2004 Feb 15- University of San Francisco pulled a case of David and Goliath as the last-place Dons overtook the Gonzaga University women’s basketball team, 59-53, on Sunday evening
February 09, 2004 The women’s basketball television package continues when San Francisco travels to the Northwest to take on Gonzaga on Sunday
February 09, 2004 Senior guard Shandrika Lee was named the WCC Player of the Week after leading the Waves to victories over Portland and Gonzaga
February 04, 2004 Loyola Marymount senior guard/forward Kate Murray was named WCC January Player of the Month after leading the Lions to a 6-1 conference mark, its best league start in school history
February 02, 2004 At the half-way point of the conference season, LMU and Gonzaga are tied for first-place at 6-1
February 02, 2004 Senior guard/forward Kate Murray was named the WCC Player of the Week after leading the Lions to two road victories over SMC and USF
February 01, 2004 Jan 31- Gonzaga won its sixth straight West Coast Conference game in The Kennel with a 61-58 victory over San Diego
January 30, 2004 Jan 9-Loyola Marymount and Gonzaga now stand alone atop the league standings after victories over Saint Mary's and Santa Clara, respectively
January 26, 2004 Two of the WCC's top scorers face off when San Diego takes on Portland in a match-up on Fox Sports Net (Northwest, West) on Jan
January 26, 2004 Senior center Adrianne Slaughter was named the WCC Player of the Week after leading the Lions to a victory over Pepperdine in Malibu
January 19, 2004 WCC Women's Basketball begins its 2003-04 television schedule with two games on Fox Sports Net
January 19, 2004 Junior forward Triola Jackson was named the WCC Player of the Week after leading the Gaels’ to wins over Portland and previously unbeaten Gonzaga
January 18, 2004 Shandrika Lee's 16 points and eight assists led Pepperdine to a 90-49 win over San Diego
January 13, 2004 Jan 1- Loyola Marymount women's basketball earned their first WCC win of the 004 season with a 8-0 victory over the University of Portland
January 12, 2004 Sophomore guard Whitney Grant was named the WCC Player of the Week for her performance in leading the Pilots to their conference opening victory over Pepperdine
January 12, 2004 San Diego's Marta Menuez is nearing 1,000 points and 500 rebounds in her career Only seven Toreros' have reached the milestone as Menuez enters the week with 996 points and 479 boards
January 11, 2004 Jan 10- All eight WCC teams were in action Saturday night in conference play Portland defeated Pepperdine 84-68, while Gonzaga improved to 2-0 in conference with a 70-52 win over LMU
January 09, 2004 Jan 8- Gonzaga women’s basketball stopped the defending West Coast Conference champion in a 31-point defeat over Pepperdine University on Thursday evening in The Kennel
January 07, 2004 For the month of December, Kate Murray led the Lions in points per game (148), field goal percentage (
January 07, 2004 The University of Portland and Portland State women's basketball teams will in fact take the floor for a second time this season
January 06, 2004 Jan 5- Triola Jackson finished with a team-best 11 points on 4-of-10 shooting from the field to lead Saint Mary's to a 55-48 win over Sacramento State at the Hornets Nest
January 05, 2004 CONFERENCE PLAY BEGINS THIS WEEK !!! The 19th West Coast Conference season gets under way in the pacific northwest as Loyola Marymount takes on Portland and Pepperdine faces Gonzaga
January 05, 2004 Junior forward Ashley Burke was named the WCC Player of the Week for her performances in leading the Zags to a 2-1 record last week
January 04, 2004 Jan 4- Ashley Burke scored a career-high 31 points and added five rebounds to lead Gonzaga to a 60-52 win over Montana in The Kennel on Sunday
January 03, 2004 Jan - San Diego knocked off conference leading Saint Mary's 3-4, while Santa Clara dropped San Francisco at the Leavey Center, 7-4
January 03, 2004 Jan - Pepperdine's Jennifer Lacy posted a double-double with a game-high 19 points in the Waves' 67-0 win over visiting Portland State, while San Francisco began the new year with a 7-48 loss to 3 Utah
January 03, 2004 Jan 3- Five WCC squads were in action on Saturday and all five came out on the losing end
January 01, 2004 Jan 0- The Portland State women's basketball team succumbed to the University of Portland in the latest edition of the RiverCity rivalry, falling, 74-67, on Tuesday night at the Chiles Center
December 31, 2003 Dec 31- Junior Shannon Mathews scored a game-high 23 points, but was unable to net the crucial three-point shot to put the game into overtime, as the Eastern Washington University women's basketball team defeated Gonzaga University, 72-69, in Spokane Arena on Wednesday afternoon
December 31, 2003 Dec 30- Three WCC squads were in action on Tuesday night Saint Mary's picked up their second straight win with a 46-45 victory over Pacific at home
December 29, 2003 Sophomore guard Bianca Ziemann was named the WCC Player of the Week for her performance in leading the Lions to a win over Northwestern in the Marina Beach Classic
December 29, 2003 WCC teams won five of six games last week, including wins over schools from the Big-10 and Big East
December 23, 2003 Dec 22- San Diego shot 60% from the field and sophomore Brandi Collato went 5-for-5 from three-point range as the host Toreros defeated Oral Roberts 77-57 Monday night at USD's Jenny Craig Pavilion
December 22, 2003 WCC Women's Basketball Release -12/22
December 22, 2003 Sophomore guard Joy Hollingsworth was named the WCC Player of the Week for her performance in leading the Lady Dons’ to victories over Canisius and Cal Poly
December 21, 2003 Shandrika Lee poured in 15 points and Kelly Greathouse grabbed seven rebounds as the Pepperdine Waves women's basketball team snapped their four-game losing streak by beating Fairleigh Dickinson 77-54 in the opening round of the 2003 Malibu Beach Classic at the Firestone Fieldhouse
December 19, 2003 Dec 18- Loyola Marymount claimed its eighth straight win over IUPUI, 66-63 The victory also equaled the program-best road winning streak, as the Lions have won their last four on the road
December 18, 2003 Dec 17- Despite missing two starters from the Pepperdine roster including the team's leading scorer, the Waves put up a tough fight against No
December 15, 2003 Junior guard Shannon Mathews was named the WCC Co-Player of the Week for her performance in leading the Zags’ to three victories
December 15, 2003 WCC Women's Basketball Release-12/15
December 12, 2003 Dec 11- Coaches often talk about only wanting an ugly win and USF head coach Mary Hile-Nepfel got one Thursday with a 43-37 non-conference victory against New Mexico at War Memorial Gym
December 08, 2003 Senior forward Khalila O’Rielly-Williams was named the WCC Player of the Week for her performance in leading the Pilots’ to three victories, including an upset of #20-Oregon
December 08, 2003 WCC Weekly Women's Basketball Notes -12/8
December 01, 2003 Senior center Adrianne Slaughter was named the WCC Player of the Week for her performance in leading the Lions to its second straight LMU Thanksgiving Classic Championship
December 01, 2003 The WCC women's basketball teams took two of three last week from SEC schools Loyola Marymount defeated Arkansas 64-58 for the LMU Thanksgiving Classic championship; San Francisco defeated Kentucky to capture the Odwalla Classic title; Santa Clara had the lead in the second half before fa
November 30, 2003 Nov 9- WCC teams continued their participation in Thanksgiving weekend tournaments, as Saint Mary's beat Weber State and San Francisco knocked off Kentucky to claim their own tournament titles
November 30, 2003 Nov 30- Two WCC teams were in action on Sunday as San Diego fell to Georgia Southern at the UNLV Tournament and Portland dropped a 75-65 decision to Idaho
November 25, 2003 Pepperdine used a balanced attack in defeating UC Irvine 71-47 on Monday Nicole Funn led all scorers with 16 points, while Shanell Law added 12
November 23, 2003 2003-04 WBB Standings
November 23, 2003 The Zags won the consolation game of the Hawkeye Challenge by defeating the Butler Bulldogs 65-59
November 22, 2003 2003-04 WBB Standings
November 18, 2003 The West Coast Conference women's basketball season opened its 19th season when San Diego took on UC Santa Barbara in the preseason WNIT
November 17, 2003 Nov 15- Kristen Mann scored 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds as No 18 UC Santa Barbara beat San Diego 82-44 in the opening round of the preseason women's NIT on Saturday
November 09, 2003 Nov 8- Six WCC squads were in action on Friday night Pepperdine dropped UC Riverside at home, 70-7
November 06, 2003 Nov - Santa Clara edged Pacific, 60-9, to earn their first win of the season Gonzaga fell to 4 ranked Oregon 73-7 and San Francisco dropped a 7-0 decision to Stanford in Palo Alto
November 03, 2003 Loyola Marymount picked up its first win of the season by defeating UNC-Wilmington 77-6 on Sunday
August 26, 2003 2003-04 WBB Standings
August 05, 2003 Aug 5-The Pepperdine Waves were selected as the preseason favorites in the 2003-04 WCC women’s basketball preseason poll, as selected by the league coaches

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