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
Lady Griz use late 21-2 run to advance to tournament championship game
Montana builds 22-point halftime lead, Kellie Cole scores a game-high 20 points
Montana vs. San Diego (3/24/14)
Montana vs. Washington State (3/19/14)
Montana vs. Northern Arizona (3/8/14)
Montana vs. North Dakota (2/15/14)
Montana vs. Northern Colorado (2/13/14)
2012-13 (junior season): Academic All-Big Sky Conference ... Played in all 32 games, getting 31 starts ... Averaged 22.9 minutes ... Ranked second on the team in rebounding (5.2/g), third in scoring (6.7/g) ... Also tied for third with 18 blocked shots ... Finished with 46 assists against just 31 turnovers ... One of six players with a positive assist-to-turnover ratio that helped Montana finish ninth nationally in that category at 1.18 ... Finished the season with nine double-figure scoring games, with four coming in the final nine games ... Scored a season-high 13 points in nine-point loss at Sacramento State in regular-season finale ... Scored 12 points in 78-63 win at Southern Utah on 5-of-6 shooting while adding six rebounds and three assists ... Became a credible 3-point threat, going 23 for 64 (.359) to rank fourth on the team ... Went 26 for 29 (.897) from the line the final 13 games, 6 for 12 (.500) from 3-point range the final four ... Posted an 8-point, 9-rebound, 5-assist, 2-steal, 1-block stat line in 74-53 win over Sac State in Big Sky tournament semifinals ... Twice blocked a season-high three shots.
2011-12 (sophomore season): Academic All-Big Sky Conference ... Voted the team's Shannon Green Most Inspirational Player ... Started all 30 games while averaging 25.5 minutes ... Finished fourth on the team in scoring (7.0/g) and second in rebounding (6.6/g) ... Ranked 10th in the Big Sky Conference in rebounding, 15th in blocks (0.7/g) ... Had seven double-figure scoring outings, with four in the season's final five games ... Scored a career-high 15 points in 62-52 win at Weber State ... Also had a team-high six double-figure rebounding games ... Grabbed a career-high 15 boards in 79-54 win over Sacramento State ... Had first career double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds in 70-50 win over Montana-Western.
2010-11 (freshman season): Academic All-Big Sky Conference ... Voted the team's Grace Geil Most Improved Player ... Played in all 33 games, averaging 16.8 minutes off the bench ... Averaged 4.5 points and 4.2 rebounds per game ... Led the team in shooting at 43.2 percent ... Increased numbers from pre-Big Sky schedule to Big Sky play: 35.6 percent to 46.8 percent shooting and 3.5 to 4.9 points and 3.8 to 5.1 rebounds per game ... Had three double-figure scoring games, with a season-high 12 in 66-60 victory at Eastern Washington ... Grabbed 12 rebounds and added five assists, both season highs, in 78-35 win over Sacramento State.
Career Highs (entering the 2013-14 season)
Prep: A 2010 graduate of Sidney High ... A four-time Class A all-state and academic all-state selection ... A three-time Great Falls Tribune Super-State selection ... Earned all-state tournament honors as a senior after leading the Eagles to a Class A runner-up finish and 20-3 record ... Class valedictorian.
Personal: Born May 31, 1991, in Sidney, Mont. ... The daughter of Rollie and Sandy Sullivan ... Sandy (Selvig), coach Robin Selvig's sister, was a member of her brother's first three Lady Griz teams (1978-79 to 1980-81) ... Has an older sister, Ashley, an older brother, Jace, and a younger brother, Ryan ... A marketing major.
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