Basketball Preview: 1999-2000 Women’s Roster

(all stats are `98-’99)

Elisa Aguilar. No. 43; senior guard from Madrid, Spain; economics major; born Oct. 15, 1976; 15.4 points per game

Kristeena Alexander. No. 10; junior guard from Hempstead, N.Y.; human services major; born Aug. 7, 1978; 9.5 points per game; transferred from George Mason in 1997; high school teammate of Chamique Holdsclaw; former NYC, New York state Player of the Year

Katarina Baskova. No. 11; senior forward from Prievidza, Slovakia; international business major; born Jan. 29, 1978; scored 10 points against St. Bonaventure

Leslie Carlson. No. 42; junior center from Newington, Conn.; business administration major; born Aug. 21, 1979; scored three points per game

Lindsey Davidson. No. 15; freshman guard from Brea, Ca.; intends to study communications; born Sept. 17, 1981

Petra Dubovcova. No. 45; junior forward from Prievidza, Slovakia; business administration major; born March 29, 1978; scored 25 against The College of William & Mary

Marlo Egleston. No. 12, senior guard from Elkland, Pa.; finance major; born March 2, 1978; had 105 assists

Starr Jefferson. No. 32; junior guard from Bowie, Md.; exercise science major; born June 29, 1978; grabbed five steals against La Salle in A-10 Tournament

Cathy Joens. No. 1; freshman guard/forward from Irvine, Ca.; intends to study pre-med

Erica Lawrence. No. 3; freshman forward from Nyack, N.Y.; intends to study liberal arts; born Dec. 6, 1980

Corrin Reid. No. 34; junior guard from Alexandria, Va; fine arts major; born Aug. 24, 1979; scored 12 points against La Salle

Head Coach. Joe McKeown, 11th seasonAssistants. Kara McVey, first season; Kathy Wilson, first season; Tori Harrison, first season

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