JUNIOR YEAR (1999-2000) -
Named Huskies' Most Inspirational Player at the postseason awards banquet ... came off the bench to play in 29 games and averaged 10 minutes a game ... scored a career-best nine points at Arizona (2/10) after hitting 3-of-5 from the field, all from three point range É the three treys were a career-high ... pulled down a career-best five rebounds in a game twice, against Portland and at Nebraska ... had 24 assists and 10 steals for the year ... connected on 10-of-14 free throws for the year.
SOPHOMORE YEAR (1998-99) - Came off the bench to play at shooting guard in 15 games ... started first game of the season versus Iowa ... played 11 minutes in the opener and was 2-of-6 from the field ... played a season-high 17 minutes versus Gonzaga and dished out four assists and picked up two steals ... 3-of-8 from the field with one three pointer ... connected on 2-of-3 field goals against Boise State ... sank 3-of-4 free throws and had one assist in five minutes against ASU ... played 10 minutes in final game of the year, at New Mexico in the WNIT second round ... was 1-for-5 from the field with four three point field goal attempts ... also had two rebounds, one assist and one steal ... scored one point in WNIT first round game against Portland ... 4-of-6 from the free throw line.
FRESHMAN YEAR (1997-98) - Played in 27 of 28 games and averaged 11 minutes per game ... scored a season-high 9 points in UW's upset of No. 8 Arizona, including back-to-back three pointers ... also sank 3-of-4 free throws in that game ... sank 11-of-40 treys ... hit 2-of-3 field goals in win over No. 20 North Carolina State ... 2-2 from the field against USC ... played in the NCAA Tournament game at Purdue and was 1-for-2 from the field ... also attempted one three-pointer and had one assist.
at Lake Stevens High School
A four-sport athlete who earned four letters in basketball, three in soccer and two in track and softball ... four-year starter as a guard for coach Steve Berg ... as a senior, helped lead her team to a 13-7 record and a berth in the district tournament ... team came within one game of advancing to the state tournament ... averaged 21 points per game ... also averaged five steals, five assists and three rebounds per game ... earned First Team WesCo and all-area honors and was tabbed league MVP for the second straight year ... earned all-state honorable mention honors ... also was named Everett Herald Player of the Year ... as a junior, averaged 17.2 points, four assists, four steals and three rebounds per game ... league MVP and First Team All-Wesco and all-area selection ... earned second team WesCo honors as a sophomore and honorable mention recognition as a freshman ... helped lead her team to a district playoff berth in 1995 and '96 ... her best game was a 63-54 victory over South Whidbey in which she scored 35 points and had five assists and six steals ... was team captain and most valuable player on her soccer team in 1996 ... earned First Team All-WesCo honors and was team MVP in soccer and softball ... on the track, won the javelin as a senior and finished second in the long jump ... was also a part of the 4x100 and 4x200 relays that finished second in the state as team finished third overall at the state championships ... had previous finishes of second in the long jump and sixth in the javelin at state championships.
Sarah Emelie Duncan ... born June 2, 1979 in Everett, Wash. ... mother, Janet , attended UW from 1969-73 ... father, Doug attended UW from 1971-73 ... grandfather, Edgar Salter, was also a Husky, as well as an aunt and uncle ... mother works in public administration and father is a chiropractor ... has an older brother, Josh ... hobbies include jet skiing and biking ... majoring in society and justice and interested in a law career ... graduated from high school with a 3.97 GPA and was a four-year member of both the honor society and honor roll ... ranked in the Top 10 of her class all four years.
Major in school: Society and Justice
Why did you chose that major? Lawyers tend to make a good sum of money
Where would you take out-of-towners in Seattle? San Juan Island
Who is your favoite Seattle sports figure? Brock Huard, Seattle Seahawks
If you could have dinner with anyone you haven't met, who would it be and where would you take them to dinner: Bruce Willis, I would take him to Chandlers on Lake Union
Favorite movie: The Bodyguard
Favorite TV show: Who wants to be a Millionnaire
My pet peeve is: People eating food off my plate
I collect: Shoes, because you can never have enough
If I could tell my incoming teammates on thing, it would be: Put away money each month to pay for parking tickets
I love it when: I beat Carli in any kind of bet
Years from now I'll laugh about: All the times Mo was really right
My superstitions include: Making a wish whenever the time is 11:11
If I could change one thing about myself, it would be: My rollerblading skills
Points-9 two times
Rebounds-5, five times
Assists-4 vs. Gonzaga, Nov. 24, 1998
Steals-3, two times
FG Made-3, two times
FG Attempted-8 vs. Gonzaga, Nov. 24, 1998
3-Pt. FG Made-3, at Arizona, Feb. 10, 2000
3 Pt. FG Attempted-6 vs. Gonzaga, Nov. 24, 1998
3-Pt. FG Pct.-50.0 (2-4) vs. Arizona, Jan. 5, 1998
FT Made-3, four times
FT Attempted-8 vs. Kansas, Nov. 29, 1998
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Sarah Duncan vs. Pac-10