March 30, 2018

In the record book, 2017-18

Although the 2017-18 team fell two steps short of its Final Four goal, it was, Tara said, "perhaps the most-improved Stanford team ever," and earned a good many entries in the Stanford Record Book:
  • Kayl earned one entry in the Stanford Record Book this season and ends her college career with two records and an additional 11 entries in the Stanford Record Book
  • Britt earned many accolades for her excellent play and academic achievements and ends her career with one entry in the Stanford Record Book.
  • Alanna has earned five entries in the Stanford Record Book.
  • Marta earned no entries in the Stanford Record Book this season, but retains the three entries and the Pac-12 tournament record that she earned in the past two seasons.
  • Dijonai earned one entry in the Stanford Record Book.
  • Anna earned two entries in the Stanford Record Book.
  • Kiana set one record this season and earned five additional entries in the Stanford Record Book.
  • Maya earned one entry in the Stanford Record Book.
  • The team unfortunately set two downside records, but earned 15 other entries in the Stanford Record Book.
Note: You can see the complete Stanford Record Book online at Women's Basketball History, section Records, and the Pac-12 Record Book at Pac-12 Conference: 2017-18 Women's Basketball Media Guide, section Records (it has not yet been updated with records for the 2016-17 season).

Kaylee Johnson

Kaylee earned an entry in the Stanford Record Book in her senior season, and retains the entries she earned in her freshman and sophomore seasons.

Blocks

Kaylee blocked 166 shots in her career, which places her fifth in Career Blocks, behind Erica McCall in fourth.

She is in 14th place in Single-Season Blocks with the 54 she had in her sophomore season and in 16th place with the 51 she had in her freshman season.

She blocked six shots at Cal on February 17, 2018, which places her in a 12-way tie for fifth in Single-Game Blocks.

She is in third place in Freshman blocks with 51.

Rebounds

Kaylee snatched 992 rebounds in her career, which places her seventh in Career Rebounds, behind Val Whiting in sixth.

She averaged 7.4 per game, which places her eighth in Career Rebounds per Game, behind Jeanne Ruark Hoff in seventh.

She is tied with Jayne Appel for tenth place in Single-Season Rebounds and holds tenth place in Single-Season Rebounds Per Game.

She grabbed 22 rebounds twice in her freshman season, which places her in a tie with DiJonai Carrington and Mikaela Ruef for third in Single-Game Rebounds. She also grabbed 19 once in her sophomore season, which places her 19th in the category.

She holds the Freshman Rebounds record with 344 and the Freshman Rebounds Per Game record with 9.6.

Brittany McPhee

Points scored

Brittany scored 1,250 points in her career, which places her in a tie with Lili Thompson as 29th among the 40 members of All-Time Scoring Leaders (previously known as the 1,000/2,000 Point Club).

Alanna Smith

Points scored

Alanna has scored 1,004 points in her first three seasons and has crept into All-Time Scoring Leaders as the 40th member.

Blocks

Alanna has blocked 147 shots in her first three seasons and stands in eighth place in Career Blocks. She is in reach of taking over second place, which is held by Chiney Ogwumike with 202.

She blocked 62 shots this season, which places her in a tie with Chiney Ogwumike for seventh place in Single-Season Blocks. She is also in a tie with Jayne Appel for ninth place in this category with the 61 shots she blocked last season. (Appel is also in first and second place.)

She blocked six shots once last season, which places her in a 12-way tie for fifth in Single-Game Blocks. (The record is eight, held by Kristen Newlin).

Marta Sniezek

Assists

Marta dished 150 assists this season and has a career total to-date of 428, which do not earn places in the Stanford Record Book. But with another 150 next season she would displace Nicole Powell from fifth in Career Assists.

She retains the entries she earned in the past two seasons: A tie with Sonja Henning and Jennifer Azzi for third place in Single-Game Assists, eighth place in Freshman Assists, and ninth place in Freshman Assists Per Game.

And her 13 assists vs Washington in the 2016 Pac-12 Tournament still holds as the Pac-12 Tournament Single-Game record.

DiJonai Carrington

Rebounds

DiJonai increased her defensive skills this season with steals, rebounds, and other disruptive moves.

She grabbed 22 rebounds vs UC Riverside on November 17, 2017, which places her in a tie with Kaylee Johnson and Mikaela Ruef for third in Single-Game Rebounds.

Anna Wilson

3-Pointers

Anna displayed her prowess as a long-range shooter early this season before a foot injury took her out of the action.

She attempted 15 3-pointers vs. Western Illlinois on December 18, 2017, which places her in a five-way tie for second in Single-Game 3-Point Attempts. (The record is 16, held by Lindsey Yamasaki.)

She made seven 3-pointers vs. Ohio State on November 25, 2017, which places her in a nine-way tie for sixth in Single-Game 3-Pointers Made. (The record is nine, shared by Lindsey Yamasaki and Molly Goodenbour.)

Kiana Williams

Field Goals

Kiana took 309 shots this season, which places her eighth in Freshman Field Goals Attempted.

3-Pointers

Kiana took 185 of those shots from beyond the arc and now holds the Freshman 3-Pointers Attempted record. This also places her in a tie with Bonnie Samuelson for 12th in Single-Season 3-Pointers Attempted.

She made 71 of those attempts, which places her in a tie with Jamie Carey for second in Freshman 3-Pointers Made.

She made those 3-pointers at a rate of 38.4%, which places her ninth in Freshman 3-Point Field Goal Percentage.

Minutes played

Kiana played for 899 minutes, which places her eighth in Freshman Minutes Played,.

Maya Dodson

Blocks

Maya blocked 27 shots this season, which places her in a tie with Joslyn Tinkle for sixth in Freshman Blocks.

The Team

The 2017-18 team won 24 games, took second place in the Pac-12 season, placed second in the Pac-12 Tournament, and advanced to the Sweet Sixteen for the 25th time.

The team allowed its opponents to make just 36.7% of their shots, which places it 13th in Team Single-Season Lowest Opponent Field-Goal Percentage.

The team was the best at long-range shooting in 14 years. It made 249 3-pointers, which places it third in Team Single-Season 3-Point Field Goals.

It blocked 186 shots, which places it sixth in Team Single-Season Blocked Shots

It grabbed 1,433 rebounds, which places it 13th in Team Single-Season Rebounds

The team also earned these entries in Team Single-Game Records:

Ninth in Fewest Points Allowed with 33 vs UNLV and eleventh with 34 vs Bakersfield.

Third in 3-Point Field Goals with 15 at San Francisco and ninth with 14 vs Arizona.

Second in 3-Point Attempts with 39 vs Arizona, fifth with 38 at Baylor, and eleventh with 34 vs Western Illinois.

Ninth in Rebounds with 59 vs UC Riverside.

Third in Blocked Shots with 12 vs New Mexico State and 14th with 10 at Arizona.

Tenth in Personal Fouls with 27 at Arizona State.

The team set two downside Stanford records:

It made just 42.4% of its field goal attempts, which breaks the Stanford record for Team Single-Season Lowest Field Goal Percentage — 42.6%, set in 2015-16.

It made just 64.2% of its free throws, which breaks the Stanford record for Team Single-Season Lowest Free Throw Percentage — 64.8%, set in 1978-79

The team extended Stanford's Pac-12 record for Most 20-Win Seasons to 29 and retained the record for Most Conference Championships (23).

2 comments:

Joan Boothe said...

Thanks so much to both of you, Marion and Dave, for all the effort you've put into the Fastbreak Club website this season -- and for so many years before this. You do a wonderful job and it is much appreciated.

Anonymous said...

It is so nice to be able to read about the team and what happened during games as we cannot watch many games here in Australia. Thanks for the passionate updates and accounts of the teams efforts, we have really appreciated it.

Darren & Simone Smith (Alanna's parents)