Wyoming advances to semi-finals to face Fresno State
Wyoming defeats Colorado State, 65-51
It's the first loss at home for Wyomin
Sewell records her ninth double-double of season
Sewell records eight double-double of the season
Sophomore (2012-13): Saw action in all 32 games during the season with 32 starts...averaged 3.8 points and 3.5 rebounds...recorded a team high 117 assists (3.7 aspg)...shot 45-104 (.433) from the field and 30-46 (.652) from the charity stripe...in league games, she averaged a team high 3.7 assists with 59 plus 3.6 points and 3.6 rebounds per game...ranked first in assist to turnover ratio and sixth in assists in both overall and Mountain West games...recorded 10 points and a career high eight assists against Boise State (2/9/13)...finished with six points and six assists against Air Force (1/26/13)...had seven rebounds and five assists against Colorado State (2/2/13)...brought down a career eight rebounds against UNLV (1/23/13)...had six assists against Ball State (12/18/12)...recorded her second double-figure scoring game with 11 against Bowling Green (12/16/12)...finished just one point shy of her career high with 15 points, plus five assists against Denver (11/16/12)...recorded six points and seven rebounds against Idaho (11/9/12)...started in both exhibition games against Dakota Wesleyan (10/29/12) and Regis (11/5/12)...had five rebounds and one steal in 20 minutes of play in the first game...recorded ten points and two rebounds in the second game...led the team in assists 15 times.
Freshman (2011-12): Saw action in all 29 games with eight starts in her freshman campaign...started in the first game of her career against Maryville (12/10/11)...averaged 4.1 points and 2.1 rebounds in 19.1 minutes...also added 1.8 assists, while shooting 35-93 (.376) from the field...in league action, she averaged 4.7 points, 2.5 rebounds and a team high 2.4 assists...ranked tenth in assists in Mountain West games...saw action in her first career regular season game against Utah State (11/11/11)...had one rebound and one assist in that game...in her second career start, she recorded seven points and a season high seven assists against Air Force (2/15/12)...followed that up with a season high six rebounds against Colorado State (2/18/12)...shot 6-7 (.857) from the field and 4-4 (1.00) from the free throw line on her way to a career high 16 points against San Diego State (2/21/12)...finished with six points, four assists and three rebounds in the victory over UNLV (2/4/12)...had seven points and six assists against Boise State (1/28/12)...recorded four rebounds and three assists against Colorado State (1/21/12)...notched eight points and four assists while shooting 4-4 from the field against Air Force (1/18/12)...finished with a career high four steals plus three assists against Maryville (12/10/11)...against Creighton (12/1/11), she finished with 12 points and two steals in her 31 minutes of play...was 4-8 (.500) from the field and 4-7 (.571) from the free throw line...scored seven points, while bringing down five rebounds against Denver (11/14/11)...played 11 minutes and recorded two rebounds and one assist against Western State (11/4/11)...came in off the bench and played in 15 minutes of the Cowgirls exhibition game against CSU-Pueblo (10/28/11)...had two assists in the game...led the team in scoring twice, steals 14 times and assists six times...earned Academic All-Mountain West honors for the first time in her career.
High School: A four-time First Team All-Conference selection while attending Conifer High School...in 2011, she was selected Class 4A All-State by the Denver Post and selected for the second straight year for "The Show" Colorado All-Star Game...helped her team to a 21-4 overall record as they would advance to the Great 8 in the Colorado State Championship falling to eventual champion Broomfield...was named the Max Preps 4A Player of the Year and the Denver Post 4A Ms. Basketball Player of the Year in 2010, while being selected to participate in "The Show" Colorado All-Star Game...during that same year, she also led her team to a 25-2 overall record and a Final Four finish in the Colorado State playoffs...the previous season, her team went 24-2 overall record and an undefeated record in the 4A Jeffco Conference, while finishing in the top eight in the state...a four-time letterwinner in basketball, she was a team captain since her sophomore year...was coached by her father, Mick...also participated in tennis were she was a First Team All-Conference selection as a freshman and sophomore...an excellent student, she was a member of the National Honor Society and selected Academic All-State.
Personal: Full name Alison Lynn Gorrell...born May 2, 1993 in Denver, Colo...is the daughter of Mick and Carla Gorrell...has three siblings, Sarah, Jimmy and Liz.