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Game 18 • W&L (6-11, 4-9) at Roanoke (9-8, 6-7) • Salem, Va. •
January 28, 2006 • 5:00 pm

#12 Louisa Feve, Sr., G/F, 5-9 10.1 ppg, 5.4 rpg, 4.6 apg, 1.7 spg
#24 Emily Wolff, So., G/F, 5-9 7.4 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 2.7 apg
#32 Jessica Hunsinger, Jr., C, 6-0 16.2 ppg, 10.5 rpg, 3.2 bpg
#34 Kristen Krouchick, So., G/F, 5-9 14.7 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 2.2 apg, 1.7 spg
#40 Kara Nadeau, Fr., F, 5-10 6.9 ppg, 5.4 rpg, 1.3 spg

#10 Sarah Otey, Jr., G, 5-7 0.8 ppg, 0.6 apg
#20 Christine Gladysz, Sr., F, 5-11 0.9 ppg, 0.8 apg
#22 Taylor Gibson, Sr., C, 6-2 1.2 ppg, 1.3 rpg
#30 Amanda Kane, So., F, 5-11 2.0 ppg, 2.5 rpg
#42 Hayley James, Fr., F, 5-10 2.5 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 1.2 apg
#43 Bethany Ridenhour, Fr., G, 5-9 3.7 ppg, 1.7 rpg
#44 Casidhe Horan, Fr., G, 5-7 0.3 ppg, 0.5 rpg
#45 Ashley Wohler, Fr., F/C, 5-11 1.1 ppg, 1.7 rpg
#50 Jamila Seaton, Fr., F, 5-11 0.0 ppg, 0.7 rpg

Mandy King (Southern Maine ’98) is in her third season as head women’s basketball coach at W&L and has a career record of 28-41 (.406). Last season, King led the Generals to a four-game improvement from her initial campaign, tying a school record with 13 victories. Additionally, she guided two players to all-conference honors while leading W&L to the ODAC postseason tournament where the Generals fell to eventual NCAA runner-up Randolph-Macon. King’s first season resulted in a six-game improvement over the previous season and also included a bid to the ODAC Postseason Tournament. Under her direction, two players earned All-ODAC honors and another finished second in the balloting for the conference rookie of the year award. Dean’na Mitchelson (Virginia ’02) is in her second season as assistant women’s basketball coach at W&L. Prior to her arrival, Mitchelson served as head women’s basketball coach at Robert E. Lee High School during the 2003-04 season. Mitchelson captained the women’s basketball team at the University of Virginia where she was a four-year letterwinner. Kristen McCandless (TCNJ ‘03) is in her first season as an assistant coach with the Generals.

Roanoke head coach Susan Dunagan is 478-181 (.725) in her 25 seasons as the helm of the Maroons.

W&L is 0-23 all-time against Roanoke, including a 75-58 loss on Jan. 10.

The Generals are 6-3 when they shoot at least 40 percent from the field, but 0-8 when their shooting percentage is below 40 percent.

Washington and Lee senior guard Louisa Feve scored a season-high 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Generals past Mary Baldwin, 69-62, on Thursday evening in Staunton, Va. The Generals led just 30-29 at the break, but started the second half on an 11-3 run to assume a 41-32 lead with 15:57 remaining in the game. The Fighting Squirrels rebounded to knot the game at 45-45 with 11:52 left, but a 13-5 W&L run gave the Generals a 58-50 advantage with 8:04 remaining. MBC sliced the lead to 59-56 with 4:10 remaining, but could get no closer. Junior center Jessica Hunsinger totaled 17 points, seven rebounds and two blocks, and is now just three points shy of 1,000 for her career. Sophomore forward Kristen Krouchick chipped in 16 points, seven rebounds and four steals for the Generals.

Washington and Lee plays three home games next week. It hosts Eastern Mennonite on Tuesday (7:00 pm), Randolph-Macon Woman’s College on Saturday (2:00 pm) and Lynchburg on Sunday (2:00 pm).

Roanoke has an overall record of 9-8 and a 6-7 mark in the ODAC. The Maroons have lost three consecutive games, including a 55-46 loss at Eastern Mennonite on Wednesday. Roanoke led 27-22 at halftime, but scored just 19 points in the second half on 3-for-27 (11.1 %) shooting from the field. It did knock down 12-of-15 free throws in the second stanza. The Maroons were led by junior guard Cindy McGraw, who scored a team-high 12 points with four rebounds and three steals. Sophomore guard Stephanie Morrisey added nine points and seven rebounds. Sophomore forward Erin Hanson leads the team in scoring (14.8 ppg), rebounding (7.3 rpg) and free throw percentage (.872, 68-78). McGraw averages 10.7 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.9 steals per contest.

Sophomore forward Erin Hanson tallied 14 points and 12 rebounds to help the Roanoke women’s basketball team to a 75-58 win over Washington and Lee at the Warner Center. The Maroons led by as many as 14 points (33-19) with 5:55 left in the first half and went into halftime with a 43-32 advantage. Roanoke would maintain a double-digit lead throughout the entire second half as it shot 45.2 percent (28-of-62) from the field. The Generals shot just 36.2 percent (21-of-58), but held a 42-39 edge in rebounds. W&L was led by junior center Jessica Hunsinger, who tied her career-high with 26 points and pulled down a season-best 16 rebounds. She also blocked four shots. Sophomore forward Kristen Krouchick added 15 points, five rebounds and a team-high three steals, while senior guard Louisa Feve chipped in with eight rebounds and six assists. Hanson was aided by senior guard Veronica Kelly, who recorded 14 points, nine rebounds and eight assists. Junior guard Cindy McGraw had 13 points and five rebounds.

W&L had a record-setting game in a 89-75 win over Emory & Henry on Tuesday. It set school-records for points (89) and rebounds (64) in a game, while having three players record a double-double for the first time in program history. Senior guard Louisa Feve recorded 16 points and 10 rebounds, junior center Jessica Hunsinger tallied 15 points and 15 boards and freshman forward Kara Nadeau notched 13 points and a career-high 14 rebounds. This was the ninth double-double for Hunsinger this season and was the first double-double for both Feve and Nadeau. Additionally, Hunsinger had seven blocks, which is one shy of the single-game record of eight that she recorded in a 60-55 win over E&H on Dec. 3, 2003. The Generals also collected 10 blocks, which was one shy of the school record of 11 blocks accomplished twice in school history.

Senior guard Louisa Feve and junior center Jessica Hunsinger have made themselves a permanent part of the W&L record book. Below is where each rank in school history.

Points in a career: Feve (1,164), 4th; Hunsinger (997), 6th
Rebounds in a career: Hunsinger (696), 4th
Rebounds in a season: Hunsinger (280, 2003-04), 3rd
Blocks in a career: Hunsinger (148), 2nd
Blocks in a season: Hunsinger (54, 2005-06), 3rd
Hunsinger (51, 2003-04), 5th
Hunsinger (43, 2004-05), 6th
Blocks in a game: Hunsinger (8, vs. E&H, 12/3/03), 1st
Steals in a career: Feve (169), 3rd
Steals in a season: Feve (50, 2004-05), 5th
Three-pointers made in a career: Feve (133), 1st
Three-pointers made in a season: Feve (46, 2004-05), 1st
Assists in a career: Feve (320), 2nd
Assists in a season: Feve (101, 2004-05), 3rd

Hunsinger needs three more points to become the sixth player in school history to reach 1,000 points. She also needs four more blocks to set a new single-season record. Feve is two points shy of moving into third place on the all-time scoring list and needs nine more steals to move into second place on the all-time list.

The Generals have three players averaging double figures in scoring. They are junior center Jessica Hunsinger (16.2 ppg), sophomore forward Kristen Krouchick (14.7 ppg) and senior guard Louisa Feve (10.1 ppg). Hunsinger has scored at least 10 points in 14 games, including a career-high tying 26 points against Roanoke (1/10). Krouchick has 15 double-digit scoring games, including career-high 26-point outburts against Randolph-Macon Woman’s College (1/15) and Emory & Henry (1/24). Feve has nine games of at least 10 points, including a season-high 18 points at Mary Baldwin (1/26).


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