Date Opponent/Result Location
Nov. 19 BYU 76, Southern Utah 56 Provo
Nov. 24 BYU 81, Nevada 64 Provo
Nov. 27 Arizona 76, BYU 73 Provo
Nov. 30 BYU 70, Portland 35 Portland, Ore.
Dec. 6 BYU 76, George Washington 70 Provo
Dec. 10 BYU 62, SE Missouri State 52 Honolulu
Dec. 11 Hawaii 56, BYU 44 Honolulu
Dec. 18 BYU 76, Southern Cal 73 Provo
Dec. 20 Vanderbilt 86, BYU 47 Malibu, Calif.
Dec. 21 Wright State 64, BYU 56 Malibu, Calif.
Dec. 30 BYU 63, Weber State 46 Provo
Jan. 4 BYU 80, Montana State 42 Provo
Jan. 8 BYU 77, Portland State 50 Provo
Date Opponent Location
Jan. 13 Wyoming Provo
Jan. 15 Colorado State Provo
Jan. 20 at New Mexico Albuquerque
Jan. 22 at Air Force Colorado Springs, Colo.
Jan. 29 Utah Provo
Feb. 3 San Diego State Provo
Feb. 5 UNLV Provo
Feb. 10 at Colorado State Fort Collins, Colo.
Feb. 12 at Wyoming Laramie, Wyo.
Feb. 17 Air Force Provo
Feb. 19 New Mexico Provo
Feb. 24 at Utah Salt Lake City
March 3 at UNLV Las Vegas
March 5 at San Diego State San Diego
March 9-12 Mountain West Tournament Denver
JULIE SULLIVAN, SENIOR, GUARD: Yes, the Cougars can — and do — ride the coattails of a different player each game. But BYU plays its best with Sullivan on the court. Offensively, she sets the rhythm, directs the offense, distributes the ball (4.1 assists a game) and drives and scores when necessary (9.6 ppg — third-best average on the team). Defensively, she leads the team in steals (22) and blocks (6) and is fifth in rebound (3.2 rpg).
POINTS PER GAME: Ambrosia Anderson (11.6)
REBOUNDS PER GAME: Danielle Cheesman (9.2)
FG SHOOTING: Kristen Kozlowski (.628)
3-POINT SHOOTING: Mallary Gillespie (.391)
FT SHOOTING: Julie Sullivan (.825)
STEALS: Julie Sullivan (22)
BLOCKS: Julie Sullivan (6)
ASSISTS: Julie Sullivan (53)
FOR BYU TO CONTEND . . .
BYU needs to continue to win at home (7-1 in preseason) and become just as effective on the road (only 1-3 this season). Picked No. 5 in the preseason Mountain West poll after last year's struggles, the Cougars have a blend of just about everything — experience, youth, physical inside players, quickness and shooting on the perimeter. They are most effective when they rebound, run and get everyone involved in an inside-out offensive attack.