W Basketball - 2009-10 Roster
2009-10 Minnesota Golden Gophers Row 1 (L-R): China Antoine, Kristen Dockery, Zoe Harper, Ashley Ellis-Milan, Katie Ohm, Brittany McCoy, Tanisha Smith, Nicole Mastey, Leah Cotton. Row 2: Abby Kalland (Director of Operations), Barb Smith (Associate Head Coach), Pam Borton (Head Coach), Brianna Mastey, Katie Loberg, Amber Dvorak, Jackie Voigt, Kiara Buford, Leigh Gregory (Assistant Coach), Ted Riverso (Assistant Coach), Michael Fischer (Assistant to the Head Coach). Row 3: Alex Antonen (Student Manager)., Emily Oberlander (Student Manager)., Stephanie Sarazine (Student Manager)., Jessica Lemanski (Student Manager). Not pictured: Bryan Pacl (Student Manager).
|Hometown (Prev School)|
|2||Antoine, China||G||5-3||Jr.||Madison, Ala. (Shelton State CC) (Bob Jones HS)|
|30||Buford, Kiara||G||5-11||So.||St. Paul, Minn. (St. Paul Central HS)|
|11||Cotton, Leah||G||5-8||Fr.||Kansas City, Kans. (Olathe Christian HS)|
|22||Dockery, Kristen||F||6-4||Jr.||Granger, Ind. (South Bend St. Joseph's)|
|55||Dvorak, Amber||C||6-7||Fr.||Hinckley, Minn. (Hinckley-Finlayson HS)|
|21||Ellis-Milan, Ashley||F/C||6-2||Sr.||St. Paul, Minn. (St. Paul Central)|
|20||Harper, Zoe||C||6-3||Sr.||Lemming, Western Australia|
|25||Loberg, Katie||F||6-4||Fr.||Princeton, Minn. (Princeton HS)|
|41||Mastey, Brianna||G||6-1||So.||Becker, Minn. (Becker HS)|
|43||Mastey, Nicole||F||6-1||So.||Becker, Minn. (Becker HS)|
|12||McCoy, Brittany||G||5-10||Sr.||Lincolnwood, Il (Loyola Academy)|
|35||Ohm, Katie||G||5-11||Sr.||Elgin, Minn. (Elgin-Milville)|
|32||Smith, Tanisha||F||5-10||Sr.||Whitby, Ontario (Leo Austin Secondary)|
|45||Voigt, Jackie||F||6-1||So.||Cottage Grove, Minn. (Park HS)|
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