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  • #91
    Updated Through Saturday, March 15th:

    Alex Harden's Combo Scores By Year:
    Freshman - 398/33 games = 12.06 per game (9 starts)
    Sophomore - 780/34 games = 22.94 per game (28 starts)
    Junior - 1,030/33 games = 31.21 per game (33 starts)
    Senior - 973/32 games = 30.41 per game (32 starts) and counting
    Career - 3,181/132 games = 24.10 per game (102 starts) and counting

    Alex Harden's Career Totals by Category (Current Rank in Shocker Record Books):
    Points - 1,686 (#1)
    Rebounds - 674 (#7)
    Assists - 434 (#3)
    Steals - 274 (#2)
    Blocks - 113 (#5)
    Combined Total = 3,181 (#1)
    Games Played - 132 (#2-T)
    Average Combo Score/Game - 24.10 (#4)

    Games Won - 98 (#2 to Kelsey Jacobs - #1 over a 4 year career)

    Kelsey Jacobs has played in 129 of the 133 games that past 4 seasons plus she played in 9 games her true Freshman year before going down with season ending stress fracture and getting a medical redshirt. Kelsey only played about 7 minutes a game in those 9 games but the team was 6-3. By my calculations Kelsey has played in 101 wins as a Lady Shocker which makes her the winningest Lady Shocker in history.)

    Kelsey Jacob's current career Combo Score is 1,646/138 = 11.93 per game.

    Jamillah Bonner's current career Combo Score is 1,364/64 = 21.31 per game.
    Last edited by 1972Shocker; March 16th, 2015, 09:19 AM.

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      • #93
        Alex vs California (The Final Verse): 22 points + 9 rebounds + 2 assists + 4 steals + 0 blocks = 37 total

        Career-To-Date: 3,181 + 37 = 3,218

        All-Time List (In order of total HOF score):

        1. 2011-15 Alex Harden (3,218/133 Games = 24.20/Game)
        2. 2000-04 Angela Buckner (2,956/107 Games = 27.63/Game) *
        3. 1982-86 Allison Daniel (2,817/110 Games = 25.61/Game) *
        4. 1998-02 Jennifer Kaczka (2,798/114 Games = 24.54/Game) *
        5. 1996-00 Lateesha Hill (2,686/114 = 23.56/Game)
        6. 1992-96 Kim Evans (2,632/110 = 23.93/Game)
        7. 1977-81 Terry O'Bryon (2,583/109 = 23.70/Game)
        8. 2004-08 Kiki Stephens (2,509/115 = 21.82/Game)
        9. 2009-13 Jessica Diamond (2,421/130 = 18.62/Game)
        10. 1979-83 Theresa Dreiling (2,350/114 = 20.61/Game)
        11. 1991-95 Ann Hollingsworth (2,314/111 = 20.85/Game)
        12. 1980-84 Lisa Hodgson (2,288/112 Games = 20.43/Game) *
        13. 2008-12 Haleigh Lankster (2,280/126 = 18.10/Game)
        14. 2003-07 Antionette Wells (2,239/110 = 20.35/Game)
        15. 1993-97 Tootie Shaw (2,176/111 = 19.60/Game)

        * Shocker Hall of Fame Member - Also see initial post for this thread for a discussion or Shocker Hall of Famer Marguerite Keeley who played in 44 games over 2 seasons for the Shocks and averaged 20.8 PPG and 12.5 RPG in her career.

        HOF Score = Career Points + Rebounds + Assists + Steals + Blocks

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        • #94
          Final Career Totals:

          Alex Harden's Combo Scores By Year:
          Freshman - 398/33 games = 12.06 per game (9 starts)
          Sophomore - 780/34 games = 22.94 per game (28 starts)
          Junior - 1,030/33 games = 31.21 per game (33 starts)
          Senior - 1,010/33 games = 30.61 per game (33 starts)
          Career - 3,218/133 games = 24.20 per game (103 starts)

          Alex Harden's Career Totals by Category (Current Rank in Shocker Record Books):
          Points - 1,708 (#1)
          Rebounds - 683 (#7)
          Assists - 436 (#3)
          Steals - 278 (#2)
          Blocks - 113 (#5)
          Combined Total = 3,218 (#1)
          Games Played - 133 (#2)
          Average Combo Score/Game - 24.20 (#4)

          Games Won - 98 (#2 to Kelsey Jacobs - #1 over a 4 year career)

          Kelsey Jacobs has played in 130 of the 134 games that past 4 seasons plus she played in 9 games her true Freshman year before going down with season ending stress fracture and getting a medical redshirt. Kelsey only played about 7 minutes a game in those 9 games but the team was 6-3. By my calculations Kelsey has played in 101 wins as a Lady Shocker which makes her the winningest Lady Shocker in history.)

          Kelsey Jacob's current career Combo Score is 1,660/139 = 11.94 per game.

          Jamillah Bonner's current career Combo Score is 1,378/65 = 21.20 per game.

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          • #95
            Originally posted by 1972Shocker View Post
            All-Time List (In order of total HOF score):

            1. 2011-15 Alex Harden (3,218/133 Games = 24.20/Game)
            2. 2000-04 Angela Buckner (2,956/107 Games = 27.63/Game) *
            3. 1982-86 Allison Daniel (2,817/110 Games = 25.61/Game) *
            4. 1998-02 Jennifer Kaczka (2,798/114 Games = 24.54/Game) *
            5. 1996-00 Lateesha Hill (2,686/114 = 23.56/Game)
            6. 1992-96 Kim Evans (2,632/110 = 23.93/Game)
            7. 1977-81 Terry O'Bryon (2,583/109 = 23.70/Game)
            8. 2004-08 Kiki Stephens (2,509/115 = 21.82/Game)
            9. 2009-13 Jessica Diamond (2,421/130 = 18.62/Game)
            10. 1979-83 Theresa Dreiling (2,350/114 = 20.61/Game)
            11. 1991-95 Ann Hollingsworth (2,314/111 = 20.85/Game)
            12. 1980-84 Lisa Hodgson (2,288/112 Games = 20.43/Game) *
            13. 2008-12 Haleigh Lankster (2,280/126 = 18.10/Game)
            14. 2003-07 Antionette Wells (2,239/110 = 20.35/Game)
            15. 1993-97 Tootie Shaw (2,176/111 = 19.60/Game)

            * Shocker Hall of Fame Member - Also see initial post for this thread for a discussion or Shocker Hall of Famer Marguerite Keeley who played in 44 games over 2 seasons for the Shocks and averaged 20.8 PPG and 12.5 RPG in her career.

            HOF Score = Career Points + Rebounds + Assists + Steals + Blocks
            Clearly Alex Harden will be in the Shocker Hall of Fame when she becomes eligible. She may even receive the ultimate honor of having her image hanging from the rafters in Koch Arena.

            The real question regarding the Shocker HOF is did the committee, in light of Lisa Hodgson's induction in 2014, expand the number of Shocker WBB players that should be added to the HOF. I am not saying that this honor should be based solely on career stats, but it would appear that there are at least 3 to 6 players that may be deserving. I would say Lateesha Hill, Kim Evans, and Terry O'Bryon should be in for sure with Kiki Stephens, Theresa Dreiling and Ann Hollingsworth deserving serious consideration.

            I suppose you could make an argument for others but you want to retain some degree of exclusivity in your Hall of Fame. I have to admit that I never saw Lisa Hodgson play or do I know anything about the intangibles she brought to the table and perhaps her total package supports her induction ahead of some of this other players. From a purely statistical standpoint however I wonder if her induction has seemingly lowered the bar somewhat. My guess is the HOF committee probably did not apply any objective measures (at least on a relative basis) in making that decision.

            I guess I should submit this information the next time HOF nominations are accepted.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by 1972Shocker View Post
              Clearly Alex Harden will be in the Shocker Hall of Fame when she becomes eligible. She may even receive the ultimate honor of having her image hanging from the rafters in Koch Arena.

              The real question regarding the Shocker HOF is did the committee, in light of Lisa Hodgson's induction in 2014, expand the number of Shocker WBB players that should be added to the HOF. I am not saying that this honor should be based solely on career stats, but it would appear that there are at least 3 to 6 players that may be deserving. I would say Lateesha Hill, Kim Evans, and Terry O'Bryon should be in for sure with Kiki Stephens, Theresa Dreiling and Ann Hollingsworth deserving serious consideration.

              I suppose you could make an argument for others but you want to retain some degree of exclusivity in your Hall of Fame. I have to admit that I never saw Lisa Hodgson play or do I know anything about the intangibles she brought to the table and perhaps her total package supports her induction ahead of some of this other players. From a purely statistical standpoint however I wonder if her induction has seemingly lowered the bar somewhat. My guess is the HOF committee probably did not apply any objective measures (at least on a relative basis) in making that decision.

              I guess I should submit this information the next time HOF nominations are accepted.
              Kind of hard to separate O'Bryon, Dreiling, and Hodgson since they all played together with Dreiling and Hodgson 3 years together. Secondly, by your point system, both O'Bryon and Dreiling having higher totals.

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              • #97
                Wichita State Women’s Basketball‏ @GoShockersWBB

                Throwing it back to the most decorated player in program history & all-time leading scorer, @a_harden12. Alex was a 3-time 1st Team All-MVC selection, 2-time MVC DPOY & 2015 MVC POY. Oh, and she was the 18th pick in the 2015 @WNBA Draft by the @PhoenixMercury. #TBT | #watchus




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