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Basketball records — Individual Records

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Basketball records — Individual Records

Most Points Scored
Career: 2,073, Bettye Fiscus (1981-85)
Season: 692, Shelly Wallace (1988-89)
Game: 44, Shelly Wallace (vs. ORU, 12/12/88)
Half: 28, Shameka Christon (vs. Vandy, 3/2/02)
Highest Scoring Average
Career: 18.5, (2,073 pts/112 g) Bettye Fiscus (1981-85)
Season: 23.1, (692 pts/30 g) Shelly Wallace (1988-89)
Most Field Goal Attempts
Career: 1,641, Shameka Christon (2000-04)
Season: 500, Shameka Christon (2003-04)
Game: 27, Pat Keck (vs. N. Ark. Comm., 11/19/76)
Half: 16, Bettye Fiscus (vs. Alaska-Anch., 2/21/83)
Most Field Goals
Career: 794, Bettye Fiscus (1981-85)
Season: 267, Shelly Wallace (1988-89)
Game: 16, Shameka Christon (vs. Vandy, 3/2/02) & Shelly Wallace (vs. Oral Robts., 12/12/88)
Half: 10, Shameka Christon (vs. LSU, 2/10/02)
Best Field Goal Percentage (Min. 10 game/5 half)
Career: .609 (667-1,096), Delmonica DeHorney (1987-91)
Season: .632 (227-359), Delmonica DeHorney (1990-91)
Game: 1.000 (10-10), Lanell Dawson (vs. Baylor, 2/26/86)
Half: 1.000 (7-7), Delmonica DeHorney (vs. UH, 2/6/91)
Most Three-Point Attempts
Career: 773, Wendi Willits (1997-2001)
Season: 234, India Lewis (2002-03)
Game: 13, byeight athletes (13, Chrisstasia Walter at ORU, 3/23/11)
Half: 9, K. Wilson (vs. UG-SEC, 3/4/94; vs. UT 12/29/96)
Most Three-Point Goals
Career: 316, Wendi Willits (1997-2001)
Season: 104, Wendi Willits (1998-99)
Game: 9, Wendi Willits (at Georgia, 2/21/99)
Half: 7, Chrisstasia Walter (at ORU, 3/23/11)Consecutive: 12, Wendi Willits (over 3 gms, 1999-2000)
Best Three-Point Goal Pct.
Career: .416 (112-291), Amber Nicholas (1988-92)
Season: .477 (41-86), Amber Nicholas (1990-91)
Game: (Min. 5 Att.) 1.000 (6-6), Kimberly Wilson (vs. Butler, 1/10/94)
Half: 1.000 (5-5), Christy Smith (vs. Georgia, 1/8/95)
Most Free Throw Attempts
Career: 622, Bettye Fiscus (1981-85)
Season: 229, Bettye Fiscus (1981-82)
Game: 20, Shelly Wallace (vs. Houston, 3/4/89)
Half: 15, Shea Henderson (vs. Alabama, 2/2/94)
Most Free Throws
Career: 485, Bettye Fiscus (1981-85)
Season: 183, Bettye Fiscus (1981-82)
Game: 16, Shelly Wallace (vs. Houston, 3/4/89)
Half: 12, Christy Smith (vs. Ohio St., 11/19/95) Consecutive Made: 25, Wendi Willits (1999-2000)
Best Free Throw Percentage
Career: .845 (74-206), Amber Nicholas (1988-92) (min. 200 attempts)
Season: .899 (134-149), Christy Smith (1994-95) (min. 100 attempts) Ranked No. 1 in the nation, Division I, 1994-95
Game: (Min. 10) 1.000 (15-15), Christy Smith (vs. Ohio State, 11/19/95) Best single game in Division I, 1995-96 season
Half: 1.000 (12-12), Christy Smith (vs. Ohio St., 11/19/95)
Most Rebounds
Career: 1,013, Shelly Wallace (1985-89)
Season: 381, Shelly Wallace (1988-89) Game, Total: 22, Shelly Wallace (vs. SMU, 2/13/88) Game, Offensive: 12 Yolanda Dickson (vs. Auburn, 1/22/94) Blair Savage (vs. Oklahoma, 12/12/89) Game, Defensive: 16, Shelly Wallace (vs. Texas A&M, 1/17/89; vs. SMU, 2/15/89)
Half: 14, Blair Savage (vs. Oklahoma, 12/12/89)
Highest Rebound Average
Career: 8.5 (1,013 reb/119 games), Shelly Wallace (1985-89)
Season: 12.7 (381 reb/30 games), Shelly Wallace (1988-89)
Most Assists
Career: 717, Amy Wright (1998-2002)
Season: 205, Amy Wright (2001-02)
Game: 18, Donna Wilson (vs. Houston, 3/2/88)
Highest Assist Average
Career: 5.7 (332 asst/58 g), Donna Wilson (1987-89)
Season: 6.2 (186 asst/30 g), Donna Wilson (88-89)
Most Steals
Career: 293, Tracy Webb (1983-87)
Season: 95, Tracy Webb (1986-87)
Game: 12, Amanda Holley (vs. TCU, 1/11/83)
Most Blocked Shots
Career: 235, Delmonica DeHorney (1987-91)
Season: 83, Delmonica DeHorney (1989-90)
Game: 9, Robyn Irwin (vs. SW Mo. St., 12/19/88)
Most Turnovers
Career: 447, Amy Wright (1998-2002)
Season: 135, Tracy Webb (1986-87)
Game: 21, Debbie Roe (vs. SW Mo. St., 1/29/77)
Most Personal Fouls
Career: 323, Tracy Webb (1983-87)
Season: 106, Connie Fitzgerald (1979-80)
Game: 5, by 402 players through the 2009-10 season
Most Games Played
Career: 131, Amy Wright (1998-2002) & Wendi Willits (1997-2001)
Season: 36, four players (1981-82)
Most Consecutive Games
Career: 131, Amy Wright (1998-2002)
Season: 36, four players (1981-82)
Consecutive Games Started 87, Amber Nicholas (1988-92)



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