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
Montana advances to face either San Diego or Cal Poly
Montana hosting first-ever WNIT home game
Torry Hill leads Lady Griz with 21 points
Montana vs. Northern Arizona (3/8/14)
Montana vs. Sacramento State (3/6/14)
Montana vs. North Dakota (2/15/14)
Montana vs. Northern Colorado (2/13/14)
Montana vs. Montana State (2/3/14)
2012-13 (junior season): Played and started in 31 of 32 games, averaging 26.3 minutes ... Missed final regular-season game with a shoulder injury ... Led the team in assists (4.0/g), 3-point field goals (39), free throw percentage (.857) and steals (56) ... Also ranked fourth on the team in scoring (6.3/g) ... Finished the season with 123 assists against 81 turnovers, the best assist-to-turnover ratio on the team and second best in the Big Sky Conference ... Had just five games with more turnovers than assists ... A big reason Montana finished ninth nationally in assist-to-turnover ratio at 1.18 ... Ranked third in the Big Sky in assists, ninth in steals and 10th in 3-pointers made (1.3/g) ... Shot .348 from 3-point range during league play to rank ninth ... Scored a season-high 19 points in 71-50 victory at Idaho in season's third game ... Had a season-high 11 assists in 79-71 overtime victory over Northern Arizona ... Totaled 9 points, 8 assists, 7 steals and 6 rebounds in 78-63 win at Southern Utah ... The team's leading scorer with 11 points against Georgia in NCAA tournament first-round game.
2011-12 (sophomore season): Lady Griz Holiday Classic All-Tournament Team ... Started all 30 games ... Averaged 9.5 points while playing a team-high 32.0 minutes per game ... Led the team in assists (111) and 3-point field goals (53) ... Ranked fourth in the Big Sky Conference in both assists (3.7/g) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.3), with 111 assists against 87 turnovers ... Also ranked eighth in 3-point field goals made (1.8/g) ... Finished with 13 double-figure scoring games, 10 coming in Big Sky play ... Scored a season-high 19 points in road win at Sacramento State ... Four times hit four 3-pointers in a game and twice dished out a season-high seven assists ... Had a six-game stretch in late January and early February with a 15.3 scoring average on 50.0 percent shooting from the field and 51.4 from 3-point range.
2010-11 (freshman season): Played the season's first 26 games, getting four early-season starts ... Missed the final seven games with a broken ankle ... Averaged 22.7 minutes per game primarily coming off the bench ... Averaged 6.5 points per game and was the team's top 3-point threat with 39 ... The Big Sky's sixth-ranked 3-point shooter at 38.2 percent ... Over 60 percent of made field goals (39 of 62) were from 3-point range ... Finished third on the team with 47 assists ... Had four double-figure scoring games, three coming in the six games before season-ending injury ... Scored a season-high 16 points against Idaho State, with three 3-pointers in the final five minutes in 63-60 road win ... Went 4 for 4 from 3-point range in 84-61 victory over Northern Arizona.
Career Highs (entering the 2013-14 season)
Prep: A 2010 graduate of Anaconda High ... A three-time Class A all-state selection ... A member of AHS's Class A state championship teams in 2008 and '09 ... The state tournament MVP as a junior ... Also a Class A all-state volleyball performer as a senior.
Personal: Born November 22, 1991, in Butte, Mont. ... The daughter of Traci Thomas and Bill Hill ... Has an older sister, Regie, and a younger brother, Braxton ... A psychology major.
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