Women’s Hoops Enters Second Half Of Conference Slate
Central Washington is in a tie for fourth in the GNAC standings at the halfway mark of the confernece slate with a 5-4 record (14-7 overall). | Photo by Jacob Thompson/CWU Athletics
Central Washington is in a tie for fourth in the GNAC standings at the halfway mark of the confernece slate with a 5-4 record (14-7 overall). | Photo by Jacob Thompson/CWU Athletics

Wednesday, January 31, 2024
by Thomas Lal

PORTLAND, Ore. – There is very little to separate the top of the conference at the halfway mark of the 2023-24 GNAC women’s basketball season.

After a clash in Bellingham last week that saw Western Washington defeat Montana State Billings 76-68, the Vikings and Yellowjackets sit tied atop the GNAC standings with 8-1 conference records. The Vikings own a slim advantage on the season with a .842 winning percentage courtesy of a 16-4 overall record while the ‘Jackets own a .810 winning percentage and a 17-4 overall record. The two nationally ranked squads are comfortably in the postseason window as the only two teams in the conference with less than three GNAC losses.

Despite splitting its games last week, Alaska Anchorage sits third in the standings, ahead of Central Washington and Northwest Nazarene in a tie for fourth with conference records of 5-4. To make matters even closer for the postseason race, there’s a three-way tie for sixth in the conference standings between Simon Fraser, Western Oregon and Seattle Pacific with GNAC records of 3-6.

GNAC Women's Basketball Standings As Of Wednesday, Jan. 31
GNAC Record
Overall Record
GNAC Win Percentage Overall Win Percentage
WWU 8-1 16-3 .889 .842 W7
MSUB 8-1 17-4 .889 .810 L1
UAA 6-3 12-5 .667 .667 W1
CWU 5-4 14-7 .556 .667 L1
NNU 5-4 8-8 .556 .500 W1
SFU 3-6 11-11 .333 .500 W1
WOU 3-6 10-10 .333 .500 L1
SPU 3-6 6-13 .333 .316 L4
SMU 2-7 4-12 .222 .250 L2
UAF 2-7 4-15 .222 .211 W2


GNAC Women's Basketball Schedule - Feb. 1-3
  Thursday, Feb. 1
Saturday, Feb. 3
Host Opponent Time Opponent Time
#17 MSUB NNU 5:15 p.m. CWU 5:00 p.m.
SMU Bye -- WOU 3:00 p.m.
SPU CWU 5:15 p.m. NNU 4:15 p.m.
SFU UAA 7:00 p.m. UAF 1:00 p.m.
#13 WWU UAF 7:00 p.m. UAA 7:00 p.m.

 View the complete 2023-24 GNAC women’s basketball schedule online here.

2023-24 GNAC Women's Basketball Championships

The 2023-24 GNAC Women’s Basketball Championships will be held March 7-9 at Nicholson Pavilion on the campus of Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Wash. The top-six teams in the final GNAC regular-season standings will advance to the single-elimination tournament. The winner of the event will earn the conference’s automatic berth into the NCAA West Region Championships.

This Week's Storylines

Western Washington (16-3, 8-1 GNAC) owns the longest win streak in the conference with seven consecutive victories after a 73-61 decision over Seattle Pacific last Thursday and a statement 76-68 win over then No. 9 Montana State Billings last Saturday. The wins earned WWU selection as the GNAC Team of the Week and improved the Vikings’ perfect home record to 10-0

Western Washington will have the luxury of a second straight week at home as it closes out a season-long four-game homestand against the Alaska schools. Reigning GNAC Player of the Week Stephanie Peterson and her teammates will look to maintain their form against the Nanooks on Thursday and the Seawolves on Saturday. Last week, Peterson led the GANC with 5.5 steals per game and was third in the league with 9.5 rebounds, 5.5 assists and two blocks per contest. On the season, Peterson leads the conference in both assists (4.3 apg) and steals (2.6 spg).

Senior forward Brooke Walling continued her campaign as one of the best overall players in the conference and enters the week fourth in the GNAC in scoring (16.8 ppg), second in rebounding (9.3 rpg) and sixth in assists (3.4 apg). Walling has also been one of the most efficient shooters in the nation, leading the GNAC and ranking second in Division II with a .634 field goal percentage.

NOT THE END OF THE WORLD: Montana State Billings (17-4, 8-1) might not be undefeated in conference play after falling to Western Washington last Saturday, but the Yellowjackets still sit in a tie for first in the standings and are receiving attention in national and regional polls across the board. This week sees MSUB looking to get back to its winning ways as it hosts Northwest Nazarene on Thursday and Central Washington on Saturday.

The ‘Jackets will look to leading scorer Kola Bad Bear to keep her offense rolling as the team begins the second half of the conference slate. The senior forward continues to pace the team with 16.3 points per game while shooting 55% from the field to rank 27th in the nation. Junior guard Kortney Nelson will also be a big part of picking up the offense as she leads the team and ranks ninth in the league with three assists per contest. Nelson is also one of the most responsible players in the GNAC with the ball and owns a 2.1 assist to turnover ratio that’s fourth-best in the conference.

OUT OF THE COLD AND INTO THE HOT?: Alaska (4-15, 2-7) may be at the bottom of the GNAC standings at the halfway point, but showed clear signs of heating up as the team took their first two conference wins of the season back-to-back last week. The Nanooks picked up their first GNAC victory with a 71-62 win over Saint Martin’s just a week after SMU pushed WWU to the limit. They followed that up with a 77-73 overtime win over Western Oregon to make it two in a row and match the Saints’ GNAC record.

The Nanooks will have a big test on the road this week if they want to keep the momentum rolling as they take on No. 13 Western Washington on Thursday and Simon Fraser on Saturday. Senior forward Emma Wass moved back to the top of the charts when it comes to GNAC rebounding after helping UAF to its first two wins of the conference slate. Wass is averaging 9.8 rebounds per game to go along with 8.4 points per contest. The two wins also aligned with the return of the Nanooks’ leading scorer Destiny Reimers for her third and fourth games back after injury. Reimers is averaging 10.9 points per contest across 11 games this season.

ALL TIED UP: Only six teams are guaranteed a place in the GNAC Championships and at the halfway point of the conference slate, three teams are tied for sixth in the standings with 3-6 records. If the season were to end today, Simon Fraser (11-11) and Western Oregon (10-10) sit at the top of that trio with .500 overall records while Seattle Pacific (6-13) keep the two company with three wins of its own.

The Red Leafs will be at home this week to host the Seawolves on Thursday and the Nanooks on Saturday as they look to break free of their competition. Simon Fraser continues to be led in scoring by senior Jessica Wisotzki with 17.8 points per game to rank third in the league while junior Gemma Cutler leads the team and is seventh in the conference with 7.3 rebounds per contest. Defensively, junior Makenna Gardner has also been a solid presence for SFU, averaging 1.5 steals per game to rank ninth in the GNAC.

The Wolves will play just one game this week as they travel to Lacey to face Saint Martin’s on Saturday. Western Oregon remains one of the best passing teams in all of Division II coming into the week, checking in at No. 3 in the conference and No. 21 in the division with 16.5 assists per game. That effort it led by junior Triniti Youngblood with an average of four helpers per game to rank third in the GNAC. Meanwhile, WOU’s offense is spearheaded by a trio of double-digit scorers in Cali McClave (16.7 ppg), Bella Pedrojetti (11 ppg) and Kiylynn Dawkins (10 ppg).

The Falcons will be back in the Emerald City this week with an eye to move up the standings as they host Central Washington on Thursday and Northwest Nazarene on Saturday. Junior Olivia Mayer remains one of the most balanced players in the GNAC, ranking 10th in scoring (13.9 ppg) and sixth in rebounding (7.5 rpg). Defensively, the Falcons have been one of the most dangerous teams in the conference, ranking second in the league with 8.8 steals per game. They are also fifth in the league in terms of turnover margin. Mayer also leads the way with 1.5 steals per contest followed by junior Schuyler Berry with 1.8 per game.

TRAVELING THE SAME ROAD: Central Washington (14-7, 5-4) and Northwest Nazarene (8-8, 5-4) will both be on the road to face Seattle Pacific and No. 17 Montana State Billings this week as they look to break their tie for fourth place in the GNAC standings. The Wildcats will start the week against SPU on Thursday while the Nighthawks begin theirs at MSUB.

Nobody in Division II has taken as many shots as junior guard Sunny Huerta has for Central Washington. The Whittier, Calif., native has put up 363 field goal attempts to lead the division and has converted on those almost 150 times to rank seventh in the division. Huerta averages 18.6 points per game to rank second in the conference and 26th in Division II. The only bigger offensive player for CWU has been sophomore guard Asher Cai with 20.1 points per game on average which sees her ranked fifth in the nation. Cai is averaging nearly a double-double per game with nine rebounds per contest as well.

The Nighthawks have their own national leader in Madeline Gebers with the junior guard/forward shooting a lights-out 53.7% from three-point range to lead Division II. Gebers also brings quantity along with that quality, knocking down an average of 2.75 three-pointers per game to lead the conference and rank 19th in the Division. Defensively, Northwest Nazarene is third in the league with 8.7 steals per game, an effort spearheaded by senior guard Cami Knishka with an average of 1.6 steals per contest to rank eighth in the GNAC.

SEAWOLVES IN THE HUNT: At the halfway mark of the GNAC schedule, Alaska Anchorage (12-6, 6-3) finds itself in a prime position to maintain its perfect record of attending every edition of the GNAC Championships since the tournament’s inception for the 2010-11 season. The Seawolves will kick off a three-game road trip this week as they face Simon Fraser on Thursday ahead of a matchup with No. 13 Western Washington on Saturday.

Bolstered by the recent return of 2023 GNAC Newcomer of the Year Vishe’ Rabb and the continued strong performance of players like Tori Hollingshead and Senya Rabouin, UAA stands as one of the best teams in the conference on both sides of the ball. The Seawolves check in with the No. 4 scoring offense at 71.4 points per game while holding opponents to an average of 58.7 points per contest to rank third in the league with a +12.7 scoring margin. Individually, Hollingshead (13 ppg), Rabouin (11.8 ppg) and junior guard Jazzpher Evans (10.7 ppg) all rank in the top 20 of the GNAC’s leading scorers.

HALFWAY HOME: Saint Martin’s (4-12, 2-7) will open the second half of the conference slate at home with one game this week against Western Oregon. The Saints will be looking to make moves up the standings down the stretch after picking up a pair of GANC wins in the first half of the conference season. They have excelled on the defensive end of the game this season, ranking third in the GNAC with 3.8 blocked shots per game and are fifth with 8.4 steals per contest. As a result, SMU owns the fourth-best turnover margin in the conference at +0.44.

Senior guard Anjel Galbraith has been the leading force behind the Saints’ stealing prowess with 2.3 steals per game to rank third in the conference. She also leads the team and ranks 18th in the league with 10.9 points per game. When it comes to blocked shots, sophomore forward Sarah Lamet is pacing the team with 1.1 blocks per game to rank seventh in the conference. Meanwhile on the boards, junior guard Lauryn Morris leads the way with 6.9 rebounds per contest.

Player to Watch


Madeline Gebers, Northwest Nazarene

In her first season for the Nighthawks, Gebers has established herself as one of the premier three-point shooters in not only the conference, but in Division II.  Just 17 games into her GNAC career, the junior transfer from Spokane Falls Community College leads the division with a .537 three-point percentage. Her strong three-point shooting sees her averaging 14.1 points per game during a season where she has notched double-digit numbers in all but four games.

Gebers has posted 26-point performances twice this season with the first coming on Nov. 30, 2023, in the Nighthawks’ GNAC season opener against Saint Martin’s. In that game, she notched six three-pointers and finished the contest shooting 54.5% from beyond the three-point arc. Gebers put in another performance on par with that against Alaska Anchorage on Jan. 20 with 26 points while going an impressive 6 for 8 from long range and 8 for 11 from the field.

GNAC in the National & Regional Rankings

The WBCA Division II rankings and the D2CSC rankings are released every Tuesday throughout the season and are the two leading polls nationally. The WBCA top-25 is voted on by a panel of coaches, while the D2CSC top-25 is a poll constructed by sports information directors at Division II schools.

Western Washington’s big win over Montana State Billings in one of the biggest games of the GNAC season spurred changes in all three polls this week. The Vikings leaped four places in the WBCA national rankings to No. 13 to match their highest mark of the season. They also rose four spots to No. 11 in the D2CSC national polls while taking over the No. 1 spot with all five first-place votes in the D2CSC regional ranking for the first time since Dec. 11, 2023. The west region ranking marks the 10th straight week for WWU in the top two of the poll.

The Yellowjackets, meanwhile, slipped to No. 17 in the WBCA national rankings and No. 19 in the D2CSC national rankings after going 1-1 last week. They also dropped two spots to No. 3 in the D2CSC west region rankings, their first time out of the top two since Nov. 14, 2023. Alaska Anchorage and Central Washington both maintained places in the top 10 of the D2CSC regional poll at No. 9 and No. 10, respectively.

WBCA National Rankings
Poll Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 Team 4
Preseason 15. MSUB RV WWU -- --
Nov. 21 10. MSUB 21. WWU -- --
Nov. 28 15. WWU 17. MSUB -- --
Dec. 5 13. WWU 16. MSUB -- --
Dec. 12 13. WWU 16. MSUB -- --
Dec. 19 20. WWU 21. MSUB -- --
Jan. 2 14. WWU 17. MSUB -- --
Jan. 9 14. MSUB 21. WWU -- --
Jan. 16 12. MSUB 21. WWU -- --
Jan. 23 9. MSUB 17. WWU -- --
Jan. 30 13. WWU 17. MSUB -- --
D2CSC National Rankings
Poll Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 Team 4
Nov. 14 10. WWU 21. MSUB -- --
Nov. 21 14. MSUB 17. WWU -- --
Nov. 28 12. WWU 17. MSUB -- --
Dec. 4 9. WWU 15. MSUB --  --
Dec. 12 9. WWU 15. MSUB -- --
Dec. 18 15. MSUB 19. WWU -- --
Jan. 8 9. MSUB 16. WWU -- --
Jan. 17 8. MSUB 14. WWU -- --
Jan. 23 7. MSUB 15. WWU -- --
Jan. 30 11. WWU 19. MSUB -- --
D2CSC West Region Rankings
Poll Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 Team 4 Team 5
Nov. 14 1. WWU 3. MSUB 7. UAA 9. CWU --
Nov. 21 1. MSUB 2. WWU 7. UAA RV CWU --
Nov. 28 1. WWU 2. MSUB 8. CWU 9. SFU RV UAA
Dec. 4 1. WWU 2. MSUB 7. CWU RV SFU --
Dec. 11 1. WWU 2. MSUB 5. CWU -- --
Dec. 18 1. MSUB 2. WWU 6. CWU -- --
Jan. 8 1. MSUB 2. WWU 6. CWU -- --
Jan. 16 1. MSUB 2. WWU 7. CWU RV UAA --
Jan. 22 1. MSUB 2. WWU 6. UAA 7. CWU --
Jan. 29 1. WWU 3. MSUB 9.UAA 10. CWU --

GNAC Women's Basketball in the NCAA Statistical Rankings

Through games on Jan. 28.

Team Rankings (Top-30)

Assist/Turnover Ratio: 4. MSUB, 1.31; 9. WOU, 1.22; 28. WWU, 1.05
Assists Per Game: 4. WWU, 18.5; 16. MSUB, 17.0; 21. WOU, 16.5
Bench Points Per Game: 17. UAA, 29.7
Blocks Per Game: 4. SFU, 5.7; 7. WWU, 5.5
Field Goal Percentage: 4. WWU, 47.5
Field Goal Percentage Defense: 13. WWU, 34.5
Fewest Fouls Per Game: 24. CWU, 14.5; 29. UAF, 14.7
Free Throw Percentage: 5. MSUB, 79.5; 9. CWU, 78.4
Rebound Margin: 20. WWU, 7.3; 30. MSUB, 6.6
Defensive Rebounds Per Game: 14. UAF, 29.7; 25. WWU, 29.1
Offensive Rebounds Per Game: 21. UAA, 15.4
Scoring Defense Per Game: 30. MSUB, 57.9
Scoring Margin: 15. MSUB, 15.3; 18. WWU, 14.9; 30. UAA, 12.7
Steals Per Game: 10. UAA, 13.6
Three Point Percentage: 14. MSUB, 36.1; 24. WWU, 35.0; 28. NNU, 34.8
Three Pointers Per Game: 18. CWU, 8.2; 25. MSUB, 79
Turnover Margin: 24. UAA, 5.11
Turnovers Forced Per Game: 19. UAA, 22.50
Fewest Turnovers Per Game: 9. MSUB, 13.0; 24. WOU, 13.5
Winning Percentage: 20. WWU, 84.2

Individual Rankings (Top-30)

Assist To Turnover Ratio: 8. Shayla Montague, MSUB, 3.00; 22. Stephanie Peterson, WWU, 2.53
Blocks: 6. Gemma Cutler, SFU, 53; 13. Brooke Walling, WWU, 42; 17. Tori Hollingshead, UAA, 39
Blocks Per Game: 9. Gemma Cutler, SFU, 2.65; 14. Brooke Walling, WWU, 2.21; 16. Tori Hollingshead, UAA, 2.17
Double Doubles: 10. Brooke Walling, WWU, 9
Field Goal Attempts: 1. Sunny Huerta, CWU, 363; 2. Cali McClave, WOU, 358; 4. Asher Cai, CWU, 344; 19. Sophia Wisotzki, SFU, 286; 24.
Jessica Wisotzki, SFU, 280
Field Goal Percentage: 2. Brooke Walling, WWU, 63.4; 20. Tori Hollingshead, UAA, 56.0; 27. Kola Bad Bear, MSUB, 55.0
Field Goals: 7. Sunny Huerta, CWU, 144; 8. Asher Cai, CWU, 143; 14. Brooke Walling, WWU, 135; 15. Cali McClave, WOU, 134; 26. Kola Bad Bear, MSUB, 126
Free Throw Attempts: 20. Jessica Wisotzki, SFU, 122
Free Throw Percentage: 21. Dyauni Boyce, MSUB, 87.7
Free Throws: 12. Jessica Wisotzki, SFU, 104
Minutes Per Game: 28. Anjel Galbraith, SMU, 36.04
Points Per Game: 5. Asher Cai, CWU, 20.1; 26. Sunny Huerta, CWU, 18.6
Rebounds: 19. Asher Cai, CWU, 189; 21. Emma Wass, UAF, 187
Defensive Rebounds Per Game: 7. Emma Wass, UAF, 8.1; 15. Asher Cai, CWU, 7.3; 29. Brooke Walling, WWU, 6.7
Offensive Rebounds Per Game: 18. Capri Sims, CWU, 4.0; 27. Tori Hollingshead, UAA, 3.8
Rebounds Per Game: 26. Emma Wass, UAF, 9.8
Steals: 25. Stephanie Peterson, WWU, 50
Three Point Attempts: 8. Asher Cai, CWU, 155; 16. Grace Killins, SFU, 145
Three Point Percentage: 1. Madeline Gebers, NNU, 53.7; 27. Mason Oberg, WWU, 40.5
Three Pointers: 13. Asher Cai, CWU, 54
Three Pointers Per Game: 19. Madeline Gebers, NNU, 2.75

GNAC Women's Basketball Players of the Week
Date Offensive Player of the Week
Nov. 6 Asher Cai, Central Washington
Nov. 13 Brooke Walling, Western Washington
Nov. 20 Asher Cai, Central Washington
Nov. 27 Sunny Huerta, Central Washington
Dec. 4 Dyauni Boyce, Montana State Billings
Dec. 11 Kola Bad Bear, Montana State Billings
Dec. 20 Brooke Walling, Western Washington
Jan. 8 Senya Rabouin, Alaska Anchorage
Jan. 15 Riley Dykstra, Western Washington
Jan. 22 Tori Hollingshead, Alaska Anchorage
Jan. 29 Stephanie Peterson, Western Washington

Player of the Week - Stephanie Peterson, Western Washington

First-career player of the week – first this season.

Propelling the Vikings into a tie for first place in the GNAC standings with an upset of No. 9 Montana State Billings, Peterson delivered a well-balanced performance in her two games last week. The senior from Broomfield, Colo., led all GNAC players last week with 11 steals (5.5 per game) while ranking third among the league’s players in rebounding (9.5 rpg), assists (5.5 apg), and blocks (2.0 bpg). Peterson maintained an assist-turnover ratio of 3.7 (11 assists, 3 turnovers), and turned in her first double-double of the year with 15 points and a season-high 10 rebounds in WWU’s 73-61 win over Seattle Pacific. Peterson also had five assists, five steals, three blocks and no turnovers in her 35 minutes against the Falcons. She followed that by just missing another double-double against the Yellowjackets, putting up 10 points, nine rebounds, six assists, six steals and another block.

Also Nominated: Tori Hollingshead, UAA; Kayla Johnson, UAF; Asher Cai, CWU; Kortney Nelson, MSUB; Hilary James, NNU; Lauryn Morris, SMU; Sophia Wisotzki, SFU; Cali McClave, WOU.

2023-24 All-Tournament Selections

2023 CCA Canadian Tip-Off Classic
Nov. 3-5 at Langley, B.C. (Simon Fraser, Host)
Alaska: Ellen Silva, F
Central Washington: Asher Cai, G; Sunny Huerta, G
Simon Fraser: Jessica Wisotzki, G

D2CCAA Tipoff Classic at the Trailhead
Nov. 3-5 at Billings, Mont. (Montana State Billings, Host)
Montana State Billings: Kola Bad Bear, F; Dyauni Boyce, F

GNAC/PacWest Crossover
Nov. 10-11 at Honolulu, Hawaii (Hawaii Pacific, Host)
Alaska Anchorage: Jazzpher Evans, G (MVP); Tori Hollingshead, F
Montana State Billings: Chloe Williams, G; Kola Bad Bear, F

WWU Veterans Day Classic
Nov. 10-11 at Bellingham, Wash. (Western Washington, Host)
Seattle Pacific: Olivia Mayer, F
Western Washington: Brooke Walling, F (MVP); Aspen Garrison, F; Riley Dykstra, G

2023 Warrior Classic
Nov. 17-18 at Turlock, Calif. (Stanislaus State, Host)
Simon Fraser: Makenna Gardner, G (MVP); Jessica Wisotzki, G/F; Sophia Wisotzki, G

Lynda Goodrich Classic
Nov. 24-25 at Bellingham, Wash. (Western Washington, Host)
Central Washington: Sunny Huerta, G (MVP); Asher Cai, G
Western Washington: Brooke Walling, F; Stephanie Peterson, G; Riley Dykstra, G; Mason Oberg, G

2023 Mt. McKinley Bank North Star Invitational
Nov. 24-25 at Fairbanks, Alaska (Alaska, Host)
Alaska: Ellen Silva, F; Emma Wass, F

WEST REGION SUCCESS: With non-conference action in the rearview mirror, the Great Northwest Athletic Conference solidified its place in the region with strong showings against regional competition from the CCAA and PacWest. Among the conference’s 10 teams, the GNAC went 18-11 against CCAA opponents and 14-12 against opponents from the PacWest. Western Washington and Simon Fraser combined for 14 of those 32 wins, with each team going 7-2.

Rank Team (1st Place Votes) 2022-23 GNAC Record (Finish) Points
1. Montana State Billings (5) 25-8 14-4 (2nd) 94
2. Western Washington (4) 24-4 16-2 (1st) 91
3. Alaska Anchorage (1) 18-10 10-8 (4th) 75
4. Simon Fraser 10-13 8-10 (6th) 68
5. Central Washington 21-9 12-6 (3rd) 66
6. Seattle Pacific 15-13 9-9 (5th) 51
7. Northwest Nazarene 11-15 7-11 (T7th) 42
8. Saint Martin's 10-16 6-12 (9th) 27
9. Western Oregon 13-13 7-11 (T7th) 19
10. Alaska 4-21 1-17 (10th) 17

 Points awarded on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis.

Preseason Player of the Year: Brooke Walling, Western Washington

Name School Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown
*!$ Brooke Walling Western Washington F 6-3 Sr. Vancouver, Wash.
*!# Jessica Wisotzki Simon Fraser G/F 6-2 Sr. Langley, B.C.
*! Sunny Huerta Central Washington G 5-4 Jr. Whittier, Calif
*!+ Vishe' Rabb Alaska Anchorage F 5-9 Sr. Springfield, Minn.
%$ Kortney Nelson Montana State Billings G 5-8 Sr. Scobey, Mont.
*% Anjel Galbraith Saint Martin's G 5-5 Sr. Vallejo, Calif.
*&@ Asher Cai Central Washington G 5-9 So. Colfax, Wash.
^$ Riley Dykstra Western Washington G 5-10 Jr. Everson, Wash.
*@ Gemma Cutler Simon Fraser F 6-2 Jr. North Vancouver, B.C.
* Jazzpher Evans Alaska Anchorage G 5-6 Jr. Shorewood, Ill.
Schuyler Berry Seattle Pacific C 6-3 Jr. Portland, Ore.
*% Cali McClave Western Oregon G 5-9 Jr. Corvallis, Ore.
@ Shayla Montague Montana State Billings G 5-11 Sr. Billings, Mont.
@ Dyauni Boyce Montana State Billings F 5-11 Jr. Winifred, Mont.