Pandas Basketball

Team History

PANDAS BASKETBALL QUICKFACTS

Year intervarsity basketball began at Alberta

1935-36

Number of U SPORTS Championships Alberta has won in its history

1999

1

Number of appearances at National Tournament

1977, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2007, 2009, 2014, 2015, 2016

14

Number of Alberta Canada West championships since 1963

0

Consecutive appearances by Pandas at Nationals: 1999-2001

3

Most Conference Aassists: Ashley Wigg

430

Most Conference Points: Jackie Simon

1424

Most Conference Rebounds: Trix Kannekens

871



Alberta/Women’s Basketball

Alberta

Winner

Season

Coach

Conf.

Overall

CW

U SPORTS

CW

U SPORTS

1972-73

Kathy Broderick

4-16

5-18

5

-

UBC

UBC

1973-74

Kathy Broderick

9-11

10-13

4

-

UBC

UBC

1974-75

Debra Shogan

9-11

23-15

4

-

UBC

Laurentian

1975-76

Debra Shogan

NA

NA

2

-

Victoria

Laurentian

1976-77

Debra Shogan

16-4

27-9

2

*

Victoria

Laurentian

1977-78

Debra Shogan

13-7

20-13

3

-

Victoria

Laurentian

1978-79

Debra Shogan

12-8

23-12

3

-

Calgary

Laurentian

1979-80

Debra Shogan

13-7

23-14

3

*

Victoria

Victoria

1980-81

Debra Shogan

13-7

19-13

3

*

Victoria

Victoria

1981-82

Debra Shogan

9-11

16-19

4

-

Victoria

Victoria

1982-83

Debra Shogan

4-6

19-13

4

-

Victoria

Bishop's

1983-84

Debra Shogan

6-4

24-10

3

4

Calgary

Bishop's

1984-85

Debra Shogan

7-3

23-9

2

4

Victoria

Victoria

1985-86

Sherry Melney

7-3

16-10

2

*

Victoria

Toronto

1986-87

Diane Hilko

5-5

12-15

4

-

Victoria

Victoria

1987-88

Diane Hilko

4-16

10-25

5

-

Victoria

Manitoba

1988-89

Diane Hilko

4-16

5-22

5

-

Calgary

Calgary

1989-90

Diane Hilko

3-17

9-20

6

-

Calgary

Laurentian

1990-91

Diane Hilko

5-15

10-17

5

-

Calgary

Laurentian

1991-92

Trix Baker

7-13

12-15

5

-

Victoria

Victoria

1992-93

Trix Baker

6-14

8-20

5

-

Victoria

Winnipeg

1993-94

Trix Baker

6-14

7-20

5

-

UBC

Winnipeg

1994-95

Trix Baker

4-16

11-23

5

-

Victoria

Winnipeg

1995-96

Trix Baker

10-10

13-16

3

-

Victoria

Toronto

1996-97

Trix Baker

15-5

25-11

2

-

Victoria

Manitoba

1997-98

Trix Baker

14-6

21-13

2

-

Victoria

Victoria

1998-99

Trix Baker

16-4

36-7

2

1

Victoria

ALBERTA

1999-00

Trix Baker

15-5

24-11

3

4

Victoria

Victoria

2000-01

Trix Baker

10-12

18-19

5

2

Victoria

Regina

2001-02

Trix Baker

15-5

25-13

4

-

Simon Fraser

Simon Fraser

2002-03

Trix Baker

9-11

16-17

8

-

Simon Fraser

Victoria

2003-04

Trix Baker

5-15

9-22

10

-

Regina

UBC

2004-05

Trix Baker

9-11

12-17

9

-

Simon Fraser

Simon Fraser

2005-06

Trix Baker

9-11

19-14

t7

-

Saskatchewan

UBC

2006-07

Scott Edwards

17-5

31-10

2

2

UBC

Simon Fraser

2007-08

Scott Edwards

17-5

28-10

3

-

UBC

UBC

2008-09

Scott Edwards

16-6

35-9

3

3

Simon Fraser

Simon Fraser

2009-10

Scott Edwards

15-5

21-13

4

-

Simon Fraser

Simon Fraser

2010-11

Scott Edwards

17-7

22-15

3

-

Saskatchewan

Windsor

2011-12

Scott Edwards

13-7

21-10

t5

-

UBC

Windsor

2012-13

Scott Edwards

14-8

21-15

4

-

Regina

Windsor

2013-14

Scott Edwards

20-2

34-7

3

6

Saskatchewan

Windsor

2014-15

Scott Edwards

16-4

28-7

3

5

UBC

Windsor

2015-16 Scott Edwards 17-3 29-7 3 5 Saskatchewan Saskatchewan
2016-17  Scott Edwards 17-3  23-11 4 - Saskatchewan McGill

*U SPORTS championship appearance

Cumulative Totals (1972/73 to 2016/17)

Conference: 471-375 (.557)

Conference Placing (#1-2-3): 0-8-12

Overall: 843-622 (.575)

U SPORTS Placing (#1-2-3): 1-2-1

 

Ruby Anderson Trophy

(Pandas Basketball MVP)

 

Ruby Anderson was a University of Alberta Pandas Basketball student-athlete 1948-50 and won the 1949-50 Bakewell Trophy. Anderson wen on to teach at Victoria Composite HS after graduating before returning to the Faculty of Physical Education in 1956. She was named Director of Women’s Athletics in 1963 and became Undergraduate Chairman of the Faculty in 1970. Anderson was promoted to Associate Dean of Athletics in 1981 before retiring, and was inducted to the U of A Wall of Fame on Nov. 1, 1988. She has since passed away.

 

Year

Name

Year

Name

1974-75

Kathy Moore

1996-97

Jackie Simon

1975-76

Amanda Holloway

1997-98

Rania Burns

1976-77

Kathy Moore

1998-99

Jackie Simon/Rania Burns

1977-78

Trix Kannekens

1999-00

Cathy Butlin

1978-79

Faith Rostad

2000-01

Cathy Butlin

1979-80

Trix Kannekens/Glynis Griffiths

2001-02

Christine Shewchuk

1980-81

Trix Kannekens

2002-03

Christine Shewchuk

1981-82

Annette Sanregret

2003-04

Diane Smith/Cristi Allan

1982-83

Sherry Knutsvig

2004-05

Stephanie Stolk

1983-84

Toni Kordic

2005-06

Michelle Smith

1984-85

Shelaine Kozakavich

2006-07

Michelle Smith

1985-86

Annette Sanregret

2007-08

Ashley Wigg

1986-87

Lisa Janz

2008-09

Ashley Wigg

1987-88

Linda Mrkonjic

2009-10

Marisa Haylett

1988-89

Patti Smith

2010-11

Marisa Haylett

1989-90

Joanna Ross

2011-12

Saskia Van Ginhoven

1990-91

Joanna Ross

2012-13

Anneka Bakker

1991-92

Joanna Ross

2013-14

Andria Carlyon

1992-93

Tracie Wilkie

2014-15

Saskia Van Ginhoven

1993-94

Susan Chalmers

2015-16

Jessilyn Fairbanks

1994-95

Karen Brydon

2016-17

Maddie Rogers

1995-96

Rania Burns