Team, coaches, staff and supporters get together to celebrate historic 2016-17 season
Rams finish memorable season with a 25-9 record
Rams host Aggies at Moby Arena at 2 p.m. MT on Sunday
Rams will host Utah or UC Davis on Sunday after first postseason win wince 2003
Rams host Gaels at Moby Arena at 7 p.m. MT on Thursday
CSU Women's Basketball vs. UNC - photo by Don Reichert
CSU women's basketball vs. Northern Colorado - photos by Dan Byers
CSU Women's Basketball vs. Utah State - photos by Don Reichert
CSU Women's Basketball vs. Utah State - photos by Dan Byers
CSU Women's Basketball at Air Force - photos by Don Reichert
An All-Mountain West selection ... MW All-Tournament Team ... MW Player of the Week, Jan. 30 ... started all 34 games in her senior season, averaging 14.5 points and 6.8 rebounds per game ... ranked third in the Mountain West with 11 20+-point games in 2016-17 ... ranked fifth in the MW with nine double-doubles ... led the team and ranked fourth in the conference in field goal percentage (.508) ... eighth in the conference and second on the team in scoring (14.5) ... 10th in the MW and tops on the team in blocks per game (0.9) ... finished 12th in the conference in free throw percentage (.733) ... 14th in the MW in rebounding (6.6) and minutes played (30.9) ... led the team with 199 field goals made, the ninth-most in a single season in progam history ... ranked second on the team in rebounds per game (6.8) and free throws made (74) ... third on the team in assists (55) ... fifth on the team in three-point field goals made (21) ... made 13 field goals against each of San Diego State (Jan. 28) and Wyoming (Feb. 15), each tying for the fourth-most by a MW player in a single game in 2016-17 ... shot .833 (10-of-12) against Utah State (Jan. 21), the second-best shooting performance by percentage by any MW athlete in 2016-17.
Averaged 16.3 points per game in the 2016 Mountain West Tournament en route to earning Most Outstanding Player honors ... started in all 33 games for the Rams in 2015-16, helping lead the Rams to their first AP Poll ranking and NCAA Tournament appearance since 2002, as well as a perfect 18-0 record in conference play ... ranked third on the Rams in scoring, averaging 10.6 points/game in 2015-16 ... registered a .493 field goal percentage in 2015-16, the sixth-best rate in the Mountain West ... led CSU with a .855 free throw percentage ... ranked second on the team in blocks (18) ... was named Mountain West Player of the Week on Dec. 7, 2015 after scoring a season-high 22 points on 8-of-13 shooting to lead the Rams past Colorado ... scored over 20 points in three different games, including a 21-point effort against San Diego State in the opening game of the Mountain West Tournament (March 8) ... recorded a double-double (10 points, 13 rebounds) in CSU’s win at Navy (Nov. 28).
Was one of just four players on the team to see action in all 31 contests, starting 30 ... was the team’s third-highest scorer (9.5 points per game) and the second-most accurate shooter with a .461 field-goal percentage (117-254) ... led the Rams with 51 offensive rebounds, contributing to 4.7 total rebounds per game ... named Mountain West Player of the Week (March 8) ... earned a spot on the 2014 Omni Hotels Classic all-tournament team after recording career-high 28 points at Colorado, including 22 consecutive points in just a 7.5-minute span ... scored double figures in 13 contests, including two with 20 or more points ... corralled a season-high nine rebounds twice, vs. Colorado Mines and Air Force.
Started in all 33 games for the Rams ... ranked 11th in the Mountain West for field-goal percentage (.449) ... posted two double figure rebound games and two 20 point scoring games, while registering 15 contests in double figures ... earned academic all-conference honors ... scored a season-high 26 points at UNLV ... corralled career-high 11 rebounds vs. San José State, tallying her first career double-double.
Member of the Sallen club team in Sweden ... in her first season, led the team in field-goal percentage at .478 ... averaged 6.3 points and 4.0 rebounds per game ... prior to Sallen, played for the Brahe Baskets in Sweden in 2010-11 ... in 11 games, led team with 13.9 points and 8.1 rebounds per game.
Full name is Elin Gustavsson ... born on Jan. 18, 1993 in Hoja, Sweden ... parents are Jonas Petersson and Irene Gustavsson ... has two younger siblings, Nellie (18) and Lucas (13) ... communication studies major.
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