Jordan Sullivan collects two of the program's five postseason awards
Montana ends its season with a record of 23-11, San Diego advances in the WNIT
Teams playing for right to move on to WNIT's round of 16
Lady Griz countdown :: Preseason photo day
Montana vs. San Diego (3/24/14)
Montana vs. Washington State (3/19/14)
Montana vs. Northern Arizona (3/8/14)
Montana vs. Sacramento State (3/6/14)
2013-14 (junior season): Academic All-Big Sky Conference ... First-team All-Big Sky Conference ... Three-time Big Sky Conference Player of the Week ... Big Sky Conference All-Tournament Team ... Lady Griz Classic All-Tournament Team ... Voted the team's Mary Louise Pope Zimmerman co-MVP ... Started all 34 games ... Averaged 31.6 minutes ... Had a breakout year after playing as a reserve as a freshman and sophomore ... Led the team in scoring at 14.1 points to rank seventh in the Big Sky ... Averaged 5.0 rebounds from the guard position and finished second in assists (3.2/g) ... Shot 46.3 percent from the floor, 43.9 percent from 3-point range and 78.9 percent from the line ... Shot 47.5 percent from the arc during league play to rank first in the Big Sky ... Had four consecutive 20-point scoring games on 62.5-percent shooting to open the Big Sky schedule and 10 20-point scoring games overall ... Went 17 for 23 from 3-point range (.739) during a seven-game stretch in December and January, including a 5-for-5 performance in 20-point win at Northern Arizona .... Posted first career double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds in 16-point home win over Weber State ... Scored season-high 27 points in nine-point win at Idaho State ... Filled in at point guard for team's two WNIT games ... Had 22 points and nine assists in 12-point first-round win over Washington State and 16 points and five assists in three-point second-round loss to San Diego.
2012-13 (sophomore season): Academic All-Big Sky Conference ... Played in all 32 games, averaging 17.2 minutes in reserve role at point and two guard ... Made first career start in regular-season finale at Sacramento State in Torry Hill's absence ... Averaged 5.6 points and 2.2 rebounds per game ... Ranked third on the team in assists with 57 (1.8/g) ... Also finished fifth in steals with 35 ... One of six players with a positive assist-to-turnover ratio (57-to-49) that helped Montana finish ninth nationally at 1.18 ... An 80.8-percent free throw shooter ... Had seven double-figure scoring games, with a season-high 14 in 69-65 overtime win at UNLV and 72-61 victory over Portland State ... Shot 6 for 9 against PSU, with a season-high 7 rebounds, 4 steals and 3 assists ... Handed out a season-high six assists in lone start at Sac State ... Had a team-high three steals against Georgia in NCAA tournament first-round game.
2011-12 (freshman season): Academic All-Big Sky Conference ... Played in all 30 games, averaging 18.6 minutes in a reserve role ... Fifth on the team in scoring (5.8/g) ... Finished with 43 assists and 30 turnovers, the team's second-best assist-to-turnover ratio ... Had five double-figure scoring games, with three straight in early January when she averaged 14 points on 45.5 percent shooting ... Scored a season-high 16 points in 60-48 win over Northern Arizona ... Also scored 15 points in previous game against Idaho State ... Had a season-high six assists and six steals in 77-70 home win over Weber State ... Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds in 69-59 victory at Wyoming.
2010-11: Redshirt season
Career Highs (entering the 2014-15 season)
Points: 27, Idaho State (2.22.14)
Rebounds: 10, Weber State (1.25.14)
Assists: 9, Washington State (3.19.14)
Blocks: 2, Idaho State (1.7.12)
Steals: 6, Weber State (1.14.12)
3FG made: 5, Northern Arizona (1.2.14)
FT made: 9, two times
FT attempted: 11, Washington State (3.19.14)
Minutes played: 42, Montana State (2.3.14)
Double-figure scoring games: 37
Double-figure rebounding games: 1
Prep: A 2010 graduate of Bozeman High ... A Class AA all-state selection as a junior and senior ... Led the Hawks to the 2010 Class AA state title ... Finished with 10 points and seven rebounds in the title game despite playing the second half with a broken left wrist ... Named state tournament MVP.
Personal: Born October 8, 1991, in Bozeman, Mont. ... The daughter of Mike and Sheri Cole ... Has an older brother, James ... An elementary education major.
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