Eight teams, including Fort Lewis College, converged on the St. Joseph Civic Arena in St. Joseph, Mo., this week to
begin play in the NCAA Division II Women's Basketball Elite Eight.
FLC and Seattle Pacific will play the first of four quarterfinals at 11 a.m. MDT today. The game can be viewed at
NCAA.com free of charge.
Semifinal games will be on ESPNU at 5 and 7 p.m. Wednesday, and the final will be broadcast on ESPN2 at 6 p.m.
Friday. All game times are Mountain Daylight Time.
All FLC games will be broadcast locally on KIUP 930 AM.
Live statistics, radio, video, Twitter feeds for in-game updates, an NCAA interactive bracket and an FLC fan packet
all are available via links on the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Web site.
Quarterfinal No. 1: Fort Lewis Skyhawks (33-3) vs. Seattle Pacific Falcons (27-3), 11 a.m.
Fort Lewis Skyhawks Location: Durango Enrollment: 4,000 Conference: Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Region:
Central Coach: Mark Kellogg (fifth year) Notable players: C Allison Rosel (14.6 points per game, 6.1 rebounds per
game), G Katie Mackey (12.6 ppg, .870 FT %) Quick facts: Ended regular season ranked No. 6 nationally Rosel, Mackey
and guard Laura Haugen named to All-Central Region Tournament team, with Rosel as MVP PG Abby Jackson second in
nation making 50 percent of her 3s Rosel fourth nationally with 59.7 percent field goal percentage Team leads
nation in scoring margin (22.7 per game) Four seniors have crossed 1,000-point plateau in career: Rosel, Mackey, Haugen and Audrey George First Elite Eight appearance in school and conference history Seattle Pacific Falcons
Location: Seattle Enrollment: 4,000 Conference: Great Northwest Athletic Conference Region: West Coach: Julie van
Beek (fifth year) Notable players: G Daesha Henderson (13.1 ppg, 2.8 apg), F Megan Hoisington (10.5 ppg, 8.2 rpg)
Quick facts: Ended season ranked No. 13 nationally Seventh nationally in field goal percentage defense, allowing
opponents to shoot 33.8 percent on average F Melissa Reich and Henderson named to All-West Region Tournament team, with Reich (12.3 ppg, 9 rpg in tournament) as MVP National runner-up in 2005 NCAA tourney