DePaul Women's Basketball All-Decade Team

DePaul Women's Basketball All-Decade Team

Lose weight? Quit smoking? No, our New Year's resolution here is to compile a list of the DePaul Women's Basketball All-Decade Team. And as with any resolution, failure is right around the corner, i.e, readers are free to agree or disagree with certain selections or all of them (and if the history of such lists is any indication, they probably will).

10. Felicia Chester (2006 – present) – 6-3 forward

#11 in DePaul history in career field goal percentage at .537 from 2006-09...#12 in career blocked shots with 67...#11 in single season blocked shots with 41 in 2008-09.

9. Natasha Williams (2005-09) – 6-3 forward

A transfer from Minnesota. #11 in career rebounding average with 6.6 from 2007-09...#7 in career blocked shots with 88...#1 in single season field goal percentage at .620 during 2008-09..#9 in single season blocked shots with 41 in 2008-09...tied for #1 in single game field goal percentage ( 10-10) versus Florida State on 11-16-07...#5 in blocked shots in single game with seven versus Southern Illinois on 11-10-07...2nd Team All-Big East in 2008-09.

8. Ashley Luke ( 2002-04) – 5-5 guard

A transfer from Penn State. #4 in career three point field goals with 180 from 2002-04...#6 in career three-point field goal percentage at .375...#2 in career free throw percentage at .853...#1 in single season three-point field goals with 94 in 2002-03 and #4 with 86 in 2003-04...#8 in single season three-point field goal percentage at .406 in 2002-03...#10 in single season assists with 134 in 2003-04...

7. Deirdre Naughton (2007-present) – 5-10 guard

A transfer from Wake Forest. #9 in career scoring average at 15.3 from 2007-09...#12 in career three point field goals with 121...#7 in single season three point field goals with 67 in 2007-08...#8 in single season assists with 142 in 2008-09...tied for #7 in individual game three point field goals with six versus Syracuse on 2-17-08...#5 in individual game free throws with 16 versus Illinois State on 11-28-08...tied for #1 in individual game free throw percentage with 100% (16-16) versus Illinois State on 11-28-08. AP Honorable Mention All-America in 2008-09...Wade Watch Trophy selection in 2009-10.

6. Sarah Kustok (2000-04) – 5-8 guard

#9 in career three-point field goals with 148 from 2000-04...#4 in career three-point field goal percentage at .388...#2 in single season three-point field goal percentage at .445 in 2002-03...tied for #1 in individual game field goal percentage at 100% (6-6) versus Northwestern on 1-4-03...#3 in individual game three-point field goal percentage at .833 (5-6) versus Manhattan on 12-10-03.

5. Jenna Rubino (2003-07) – 6-0 guard

#14 in career scoring with 1,314 points from 2003-07...#5 in career three-point field goals with 175...#11 in career three-point field goal percentage at .350...#9 in career assists with 319...2nd Team All-Big East in 2005-06

4. Jenni Dant (2001-05) – 5-10 guard

#7 in career scoring with 1,633 points from 2001-05...#2 in career free throws with 459...#6 in career assists with 343...#3 in career steals with 269...#6 in season free throws with 143 in 2002-03...finalist for the Nancy Lieberman Award in 2005...only student-athlete in women's basketball history to finish with at least 1,600 points, 300 assists, and 250 steals.

3. Allie Quigley (2004-08) – 5-11 guard

Career: #2 in scoring with 2,078 points from 2004-08...#7 in scoring average at 16.1..#3 in field goals with 756...#2 in three-point field goals with 248...#5 in three-point field goal percentage at .386...#8 in free throws with 318...#3 in free throw percentage at .832...#3 in assists with 427...#9 in steals with 214..

Single season: #10 in points with 620 in 2007-08... #1 in three-point field goal percentage at .457 in 2004-05...#1 in free throw percentage at .865 in 2007-08 and #10 at .806 in 2006-07.

Single game: tied for #9 in scoring with 37 versus Rutgers on 12-7-06...Tied at #3 for three-point field percentage at .833 (5-6) versus Marquette on 2-27-05...Tied for #1 in free throw percentage at 100% (12-12) versus Notre Dame on 3-3-07.

Finished career with six of the top 17 single game three-point shooting performances in program history...AP Honorable Mention All-America in 2006-07 and 2007-08.

2. Lenae Williams (1998-02) – 6-1 forward

Career: #4 in scoring with 2,046 points from 1998-02...#5 in scoring average at 17.6...#5 in field goals with 721...#1 in three-point field goals with 303...#9 in three-point field goal percentage at .357...#8 in free throw percentage at .794.

Single season: #8 in points with 653 in 2002-02...#6 in scoring average at 22.5 in 2001-02...#3 in three-point field goals with 93 in 2001-02 and #6 with 76 in 2000-01...Tied for #6 in free throw percentage at .827 in 2000-01 and #12 with 797 in 2001-02.

Single game: #2 in scoring with 41 versus Iowa State on 11-21-01, #4 with 39 versus Illinois on 12-4-01, and #6 with 38 points twice...#1 in three-point field goals with eight versus Iowa State on 11-21-01 and #3 with seven versus East Carolina on 2-8-02...Tied for #1 in free throws (10-10) versus Northwestern on 11-27-01.

Finished her career 3rd on the all-time NCAA three-point field goal list...AP Honorable Mention All-America in 2001-02.

1. Khara Smith (2001-06) – 6-2 forward

Career: #1 in points scored with 2,241 from 2001-2006...#6 in scoring average at 17.1...#2 in field goals with 916...#2 in career field goal percentage at .592...#1 in rebounds with 1,369...#2 in rebounding average at 10.5...#4 in career steals with 265...#5 in blocks with 96.

Single season: #3 in field goal percentage at .607 in 2003-04, #4 with .602 at 2002-03, #5 at .601 in 2004-05, and #10 at .563 in 2005-06...# 2 in rebounding with 385 in 2005-06, #3 with 364 in 2004-05, and #5 with 351 in 2003-04...#4 in rebounding average with 11.7 in 2003-04 and 2004-05.

Single game: tied for #1 in single game field goal percentage (10-10) versus Houston on 1-31-03 and 9-9 versus UIC on 11-30-04.

Only player in DePaul history with over 2,000 career points and 1,300 career rebounds...AP 3rd Team All-America in 2003-04, 2004-05, and 2005-06...three-time finalist for the Wooden Award.

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