Jayne Appel scored a season-high 29 points, Jeanette Pohlen added 15 and No. 2 Stanford avoided sharing its ninth straight Pac-10 Conference title with Arizona State, snapping the 18th-ranked Sun Devils' 15-game winning streak with a 77-68 victory on Saturday.
Cal's Ashley Walker sunk a layup with 1.8 seconds remaining to help the Bears beat Arizona State, 54-53 in Tempe.
Dymond Simon scores 13 points to lead the Sun Devils
Was one of three Sun Devils to start all 35 games.
Pac-10 Honorable Mention and Pac-10 Defensive Honorable Mention.
Earned first-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors and was named the Pac-10 Women's Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Led or shared the team lead in rebounding 20 times and posted double figures in rebounds eight times.
Finished third in the Pac-10 both in field goal percentage (.554) and blocked shots (1.4 bpg) and seventh in rebounding (6.7 rpg).
Led the team in rebounding, offensive rebounding (2.6 rpg) and blocks and finished fourth in scoring (8.2 ppg).
Made 64 percent of her shots (14-22) and averaged 7.3 points, 5.5 rebounds and 2.0 blocks in ASU's four NCAA Tournament games.
Her 48 blocks represented the second-highest single-season total in school history.
Was named to the Preseason WNIT's All-Tournament Team after averaging 11.7 points, 7.0 rebs and 2.0 blocks in ASU's three WNIT games.
Grabbed a season-best 12 rebounds vs. Florida at the Junkanoo Jam (Nov. 29).
Was named the MVP of the ASU Classic (Dec. 6-7) after averaging 13.5 points and 9.0 rebounds while making 80 percent of her shots in wins against UC Irvine and Northern Arizona.
Scored 11 points (5-6 FGs) and grabbed six boards in win vs. Xavier (Dec. 21).
Had third double-double of the season (14 points, 11 rebounds) at Nebraska.
Tallied her sixth double-digit rebounding game with 11 vs. Stanford (Jan. 2).
Scored 10 of her 12 points in the second half and added seven rebounds in ASU's 61-36 win at Oregon State (Jan. 8).
Scored 13 points and grabbed seven rebounds in win over USC (Jan. 17).
Registered her fourth double-double of the season with 13 points and 11 rebounds in win over Arizona (Jan. 24).
Led ASU, narrowly missing her fifth double-double of the season, with 13 points and nine rebounds and tied her single-game career-high with four blocks in the Sun Devils' 63-58 come-from-behind win over Florida State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
2008 Pac-10 Defensive Honorable Mention.
2008 Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention
Finished the season as ASU's leader in rebounding(6.4 rpg, 10th in the Pac-10) and field goal percentage(.540, third in the Pac-10).
Scored in double figures 12 times.
Led or tied for the team lead in rebounds 18 times, including 10 times in ASU's last 14 games of the season.
In Pac-10 games, paced ASU in rebounding (6.8 rpg) and was third in scoring (8.8 ppg).
Finished the season with 40 blocks (1.21 blocks per game, fifth in the Pac-10), the fourth-highest total in school history.
Was named the Pac-10 Player of the Week after averaging 17.0 points and 10.5 rebounds while shooting 57.9 percent in ASU's come-from-behind victories over UCLA (Dec. 28) and USC (Dec. 30).
Recorded her fourth double-figure rebounding game (11) of the season to go along with nine points and a career-best four blocked shots in win vs. Oregon (Feb. 2).
Notched her fourth double-double of the season after finishing with 17 points and 10 rebounds in Pac-10
quarterfinal win over Washington (Mar. 8).
2005-06 (University of Tennessee)
Played in 35 games and led the team in field goal percentage (61.5) for the second consecutive season.
Scored a career-high 12 points against Army in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (Mar. 19).
Tied a then-career-high in field goals made against Mississippi State (Jan. 15), connecting on four of her five attempts in just 11 minutes of action
Named the Philips Player of the Game at Temple (Dec. 28) after a nine-point, six-rebound performance against the Owls.
Came off the bench for a season-high 28 minutes and scored eight points, grabbed nine boards and recorded a career-high two steals against Princeton (Dec. 20).
Came off the bench for eight points and tied a career-high in rebounds (11) in just 16 minutes of action against UT- Chattanooga (Nov. 21).
2004-05 Season (University of Tennessee)
Led the team in field goal percentage, connecting on 56.5 percent of her shot attempts.
Played in 27 games for the Lady Vols who advanced to the Final Four where they lost to Michigan State in the national semifinal.
Registered a career-high three blocks to go along with seven rebounds and four points in the NCAA Tournament opening-round win versus Western Carolina (Mar. 20).
Equaled a career high with 11 rebounds in win over Kentucky (Jan. 23).
Earned Player of the Game honors following her performance in the team's comeback win over DePaul (Dec. 12). Came off the bench to record her first career double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds in only 14 minutes of action.
A 2004 graduate of Salpointe High School in Tucson, Ariz.
Was named the 2004 Gatorade Arizona Women's Basketball Playerof the Year.
Selected to play in the 2004 Adidas All-America game.
Named to the Street and Smith All-America team in 2004 and was a Street and Smith Honorable Mention All-American from 2001-04, as well as a Freshman All-American in 2001.
Was first team All-State from 2001-04.
Was named Player of the Year by the Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Citizen and the Arizona Informant in 2003 and 2004. Also earned Player of the Year honors from the Arizona Daily Star in 2002, '03 and '04.
Earned All-Conference Player of the Year honors in 2002, '03 and '04.
Attended the Nike All-America Camp in 2001.
Was invited to the USA Basketball Women's Junior National Team tryouts.
Averaged 27.0 points and 11.3 rebounds in 109 games at the high school level.
Also played for the Arizona Elite Club Traveling team.
Earned BIS degree last May and is currently pursuing Master's of Liberal Studies.
The daughter of Robbie and Sybil Dosty of Tucson, Ariz.
Has one younger sister, Whitney (19), who is a junior on the University of Arizona Volleyball team.
Lists going to the 2005 Final Four as her most exciting sports experience.
Hobbies include listening to music and playing video games.
Born August 28, 1986 in Tucson.
Full name is Sybil Louise Dosty.