2015-2016 Women's Basketball Team
Sophomore Night Cut Short
After jumping out to a 22-10 start over Cabrillo College on Sophomore night, the game had to be stopped due to the roof leaking over center court. The game will be continued on Saturday night if necessary. Foothill plays next at Mission College on Friday Feb 19th at 7pm.
Foothill Defeats Gavilan
With a 73- 33 win, Foothill handled visiting Gavilan college. The Owls had four players in double lead by AJ Leasau with 16, Shania Ratliff had 15, Lauren Lete had 11 and Angie Reid had 10 points. Tyiteyana Jefferson lead all rebounders with 8 and Lauren Lete had 7. Breanna Salary added 4 steals and 4 assists.
Foothill Posts Another 20+ Win Season
Foothill defeated Hartnell on the road by a final score of 51-42 giving the Owls their 9th straight win in Conference play and their 20th Win on the season. This is the 16th time Foothill has posted a 20 win season under Coach Craig's tenure. Foothill was lead by Angie Reid and AJ Leasau with 13 points each. Foothill is back at home against Gavilan College on Friday. The Owls are currently 20-5.
Foothill Victorious over De Anza
The Owls were victorious over the visiting De Anza Dons. Final score was 65-49. Angie Reid lead all scorers with 26 points and 11 rebounds. Tyiteyana Jefferson added 11 points and 5 rebounds. Lauren Lete also had 7 points and 7 rebounds.
Owls Defeat Monterey Starting Second Half of League
Picking up right where they left off, Foothill posted their 7th consecutive league victory with a win over Monterey Peninsula College. Foothill won by a final score of 59-29. The Owls were lead by Shania Ratliff with 15 points, 7 rebounds and 3 steals. Angie Reid had 13 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals. Tyiteyana Jefferson lead the Owls in rebounding with 8.
Foothill Remains Perfect in League Play, Defeats Mission
In a game for first place, Foothill defeated Mission College at home Wednesday January 27, to remain undefeated in league play.Â The Owls were lead by sophomore post Angie Reid with 22 points as well as freshman Tyiteyana Jefferson and AJ Leasau with 12 pts each. The win brings the Owls to 17-5 on the season, 6-0 in league play.
Foothill Collects 5th straight League Win
After jumping out to a 50-17 lead vs Cabrillo on Friday January 22, the Owls cruised to a final score of 86-47. The Owls held Cabrillo scoreless the entire second quarter while Foothill had 5 players in double figures for the game. The Owls were lead by freshman post player Essence Johnson with 21 points and sophomore guard Tallia Schivo with 18 points including 6 three pointers!Â Lauren Lete had 15 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists. Breanna Salary also chipped in 6 assists and AJ Leasau had 10 points.
Foothill Defeats Hartnell
With a strong defensive performance, Foothill held Hartnell to less than 20 points each half and won by a final score of 69 to 39.Â Â The Owls were lead by sophomore guard Breanna Salary with 15 points, 5 assists and 5 rebounds and Angie Reid with 14 points and 8 rebounds. AJ Leasau added 10 points and Tyiteyana Jefferson lead all rebounders with 12.
Foothill defeats Gavilan
Foothill defeated Gavilan College by a final score of 86-45 on Wed Jan 20 to remain undefeated in league play. The Owls were lead by Tyiteyana Jefferson with 18 points, Lauren Lete with 17 points, 8 assists, 8 rebounds and Angie Reid with 15 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists. Foothill is at home vs Hartnell Wednesday Jan 15.
Owls Get 2nd League Win
The Owls defeated DeAnza College at their place by a final score of 59-44.Â Foothill was lead by Angie Reid with 23 points 11 rebounds and 3 blocks and Lauren Lete with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
Despite a valiant effort by Foothill's 7 player roster, they could not overcome Fresno City's 45 minutes of pressure and lost 61-56 in overtime on Friday night in Fresno. Tied at 47 at the end of regulation, Foothill jumped out to an early 52-47 lead in OT before MVP post player Angie Reid was hit with a questionable 5th personal foul. With only 5 players eligible to play, Foothill battled to keep the score tied until a Fresno city player hit a crucial 3pt shot with just over 1 minute left in the game. Foothill was lead by Angie Reid's 17 points and Breanna Salary's 14 points. Foothill finishes the season with a 20-7 record.
Foothill will travel to Fresno on Friday Feb. 27th to take on #8 Fresno City College (20-9) in the NorCal Regional Quarter Finals. 9 Foothill comes into the game with a 10 game winning streak. Game time is 7 pm.
Over 26 games, Foothill held their opponents to just 41.1 points per game and 27.6% shooting finishing First in the state defensively out of 89 teams. Ventura was next holding the opposing team to 47 ppg.
Foothill College's Angie Reid was named the South Coast Conference MVP. Angie averaged 19 points and 13 rebounds per game in her freshman debut for the Owls. Sophomore Captains' Rose Tahaafe and Leslie Tiongco were also named First Team All-Conference. Rose averaged 14 points and 10 rebounds and Leslie averaged 13 points and 4 assists per game. Coach Jody Craig was named 2015 Coast Conference South - Coach of the Year.
Foothill wrapped up a perfect undefeated league season (10-0) with a win over Mission College on Friday Feb 20th. The Owls beat Mission by a final score of 81-67. Four Foothill players were in double figures lead by Angie Reid's 22 points and 13 rebounds. Leslie Tiongco had 19 points and 4 assists, while Rose Tahaafe and Shania Ratliff added 16 points each.
Coach Craig picks up her 400th collegiate victory as the Head Coach at Foothill on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015. The Owls defeated Gavilan by a final score of 73-33. Coach Craig hit the 400 career mark with only 151 losses, a 72% winning percentage over her 17 year career. In the last 5 years, Craig has a 163-33 coaching record (83%).
With a 76-49 road victory over Mission College Wednesday Jan 28, the Owls remain a perfect 5-0 through the first half of the Coast Conference South Schedule. Foothill was lead by Shania Ratliff and Angie Reid's 21 points apiece. Angie also had 16 rebounds. Rose Tahaafe added 19 points and 10 rebounds. After a close first half, Foothill held Mission to just 21 second half points while putting up 45.
Despite having only 7 active players, Foothill is holding teams to just 37.8 points per game and boasts the #1 defense in the entire State of California. The next best team, Mt. San Antonio, allows 50 points per game.
Holding Monterey to 20 points under their scoring average, Foothill was able to finish the week with a 57-34 win over the visiting Lobos from Monterey. The Owls held Monterey to just 16 second half points en route to the victory. This is the second straight game Foothill held a team under 40 points per game. Foothill was lead by Angie Reid's 22 points and 17 rebounds. Rose Tahaafe contributed 10 points and 7 rebounds.
Foothill picked up a Conference road victory on Wednesday Jan 21, with a 74-21 win over Gavilan College. Holding Gavilan to just 17% shooting, the Owls clamped down defensively. Foothill was lead by Shania Ratliff and Angie Reid with 17 points each. Leslie Tiongco was the leading rebounder with 13. Rose Tahaafe recorded a double double with 16 points and 12 rebounds.
Carrying a comfortable 18 point lead into the last 5 minutes, Foothill beat De Anza by a Final score of 64-53. Rose Tahaafe was the leading scorer for Foothill with 24 points and 15 rebounds. Leslie Tiongco added 10 points and 6 assists and Angie Reid pitched in 14 points and 9 rebounds.
Foothill's defense was impressive holding Hartnell to just 20 points in the entire game. Yielding just 9 points in the second half the Owls zone was stifling. Foothill had all seven players score and five players contribute in double figures including Rose Tahaafe with 21 and 17 rebounds, Angie Reid with 20 points and 18 rebounds, Leslie Tiongco and Shania Ratliff with 15 points and Breanna Salary with 12 points.
The Owls posted a 10-6 pre-season record which included two Second Place Tournament finishes at both the Sierra College (Sasha Brown) Invitational
and at the Allan Hancock Invitational. The Owls have had to do the majority of this with just 8 active players on the roster due to two early injuries.
At Sierra, Foothill beat first defeated College of the Redwoods 77-47, and then San Francisco City College in the Semi Final by a final score of 64-48 to advance to the Championship Game. Foothill lost to the host team Sierra College in the Championship Game. Angie Reid and Leslie Tiongco were named to the All-Tournament Team.
Foothill then beat San Francisco City College a second time 70-57 at home. The Owls had 4 players in double figures lead by Leslie Tiongco's 19 points and 6 steals.
At Allan Hancock Tournament, Foothill first beat Saddleback by a score of 57-30 and then the Santa Maria All-Stars (group of Former DII players) to advance to the championship. Foothill lost to Cuesta in the Championship game. Angie Reid and Rose Tahaafe were named to the All-Tournament Team.
Foothll then beat Ohlone College 74-39 at home to remain perfect at home this season. Foothill was lead by Angie Reid with 19 points and 20 rebounds. Shania Ratliff had 15 points and 5 steals and Rose Tahaafe was also in double figures with 14.
After Christmas, Foothill traveled to Scottsdale, Az for 4 days and played in the Bill Medder Tournament where on the second day, they beat defending National Junior College Champion Mesa College by a score of 57-52 in the semi-final game. Foothill was lead by Leslie Tiongco with 20 points and Breanna Salary with 15 points. Foothill then lost to host Scottsdale College in the Championship.
Contact Jodi Craig
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