Photos from the 2011 WNIT
2010 Wyoming Cowgirls - WNIT
Images courtesy NCAA Photos from Wyoming's first round game at the 2010 MWC Tournament in Las Vegas vs. UNLV, March 9.
Wyoming vs. TCU
UW This season: One of five starters for the Cowgirls this season.
Junior (2009-10): Has started in 33 games while averaging 25.1 minutes in those games...averaged 3.8 points, 2.9 assists, which is third on the team, and 2.4 rebounds per game...shot 43-112 (.384) from the field and 28-73 (.384) from beyond the arc...in league games, she averaged 4.3 points and 3.1 assists per game...ranked 14th in assists (2.9 aspg) overall and MWC games (3.1 aspg)...in a career high 41 minutes, she brought down a career high seven rebounds against Texas Tech (3/23/10)...played 39 minutes while scoring eight points and had five assists against Utah (2/28/10)...tied her career high with ten assists and six rebounds against New Mexico (2/17/10)...had eight points and two rebounds against TCU (2/13/10)...tied her career high with 12 points, while shooting 4-5 (.800) from beyond the arc against Air Force (1/30/10)...had a career high ten assists and six rebounds against Dakota State (12/12/09)...finished with ten points in 27 minutes against Washington State (12/5/09)...recorded nine points against North Dakota State (11/20/09)...had eight points and six rebounds against Montana (11/15/09)...followed that up with eight points and one steal in 33 minutes against North Dakota (11/18/09)...started in the Cowgirls first exhibition game against Adams State (11/2/09)...recorded seven points, four rebounds and three assists in 22 minutes of play...played 24 minutes and had two points, two assists and three rebounds against CSU-Pueblo (11/6/09)...recorded double-figures twice on the season and led the team seven times in assists...an Academic All-MWC selection for the second year in a row.
Sophomore (2008-09): Saw action in 30 games with 27 starts in her first season...started in the first regular season game of her career against Denver (11/14/08)...finished with six points and four assists in 34 minutes...averaged 2.9 points and 2.3 rebounds in 24.2 minutes per game...shot 30-104 (.288) from the field and 16-25 (.640) from the free throw line...led the team in assists in league games (2.9 aspg) and was second overall (2.6 aspg)...ranked ninth in assists in the MWC and 13th overall...led the team in assists 12 times and steals eight...finished with a season high eight assists against Air Force (2/28/09)...recorded her first double-figure scoring game of her career with 12 points along with six rebounds against Colorado State (2/25/09)... in a season high 40 minutes against San Diego State (1/14/09), she recorded five assists and two steals...finished with six assists plus five rebounds against San Francisco (1/3/09)...recorded five assists and two steals against Adams State (12/30/08)...finished with five rebounds against Gonzaga (12/22/08)...recorded four rebounds, while shooting .667 (2-3) from the field against Oregon (11/29/08)...had seven points, four assists and one rebound against Montana (11/16/08)...in the second exhibition game against Metro State (11/7/08), she recorded three points and seven assists...saw her first action as a Cowgirl with a start in the UC-Colorado Springs exhibition game (11/4/08)...finished with seven assists and two points in her 21 minutes of play...an Academic All-MWC selection.
Sophomore (2007-08): Sat out during the season due to NCAA Transfer rules.
Freshman (2006-07): She played in all 31 games along with seven starts in her freshman campaign at the University of San Francisco...averaged three points, 1.8 assists and 1.5 rebounds in 17.4 minutes per game...helped the Dons finish the 2006-07 season 10-21 overall, which included a first round upset of the University of San Diego, 80-69, in the West Coast Conference Tournament.
High School: A three-time First Team All-State selection at Arlington High School, she also earned All-Area and All-League honors four straight seasons...during her senior year, she was nominated for the McDonald's All-America list and named to the Seattle Post Intelligencer Top 10 Player list and the Washington/Oregon All-Star game, while averaging 18.3 points, 6.5 assists and four steals...as a junior, Richardson averaged 20.1 points and 6.1 rebounds on her way to capturing Everett Herald of the Year and 4A Official's Player of the Year honors...in 2003-04, she was Western Washington's 4A Leading Scorer and earned 4A Official's Player of the Year accolades...also led the WESCO North and South conferences in scoring for three consecutive seasons and scored 1,500 points for her high school career...coached by Corey Gibb.
Personal: Full name is Randi G. Richardson...born October 5, 1987 in Everett, Wash...the daughter of Dave and Debbie Richardson...has two siblings, Nicole and Dayne...majoring in kinesiology and health promotion.