Welcome to Foothill College Women's Basketball
With the 2015-16 Tip off right around the corner, Foothill knows they have their work cut out for them to achieve their goals this season.
But a Fearless mindset to persevere through all challenges has the Owls setting their sights on another Championship Season. There is a great deal of hope and promise for the upcoming year
with the addition of two sophomore transfers, Lauren Lete and Tallia Schivo and a group of talented freshman: AJ Leasau, Essence Johnson, Tyiteyana Jefferson,
Lira Ndifon and Erica Ginn. The Owls open the season on the road in the Coca Cola Classic and return for their home opener against Chabot on Tuesday Nov. 17 at 5:30 pm.
Foothill Undefeated 2015 League Champions - Coast Conference South
Foothill wrapped up a perfect undefeated league season (10-0) with a win over Mission College on Friday, Feb 20. The Owls beat Mission by a final score of 81-67. Foothill finished with an overall 20-7 season record.
Freshman Angie Reid was named Coast Conference South MVP and Second Team All State.
Sophmores Rose Tahaafe and Leslie Tiongco were named First Team All- League. Kristin Williams, Shania Ratliff and Cristina Yamashiro earned Scholar Athlete Honors.
Foothill Finishes with the #1 Defense in the State
Throughout 26 games, Foothill held opponents to just 41.1 points per game and 27.6% shooting, with a defensive finish as first in the state out of 89 teams. Ventura was next, holding the opposing team to 47 ppg.
Craig Picks Up Her 400th Win
Returning this past July 2014 from a one year leave, Coach Jody Craig quickly
rebuilt the Foothill program and picked up her 400th collegiate victory
on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015 as the Head Coach at Foothill
hit the 400 career mark with only 151 losses, a 72% winning percentage over her 18 year career. In the last 5 years, Craig has a 163-33 coaching record (83%). Coach Jody Craig
was also named 2015 Coast Conference South - Coach of the Year
Former Owls Playing at Next Level in the News
Former Owls Raeshel Contreras, AJ Newton, Nikki Powell, Jessica Woo and Kameran Dage all making headlines at their respective schools. Check out their stories below!
Story for Raeshel Contreras (University of South Dakota)http://www.goyotes.com/sports/w-baskbl/recaps/011715aaa.html2015-01-30 14:41:42
Story for Nikki Powell (Humboldt State University)http://hsujacks.com/news/2015/1/24/WBB_0124155846.aspx#.VMvHU1BEtUM.gmail2015-01-30 14:39:15
Story for AJ Newton (Colorado State University)http://www.csurams.com/sports/w-baskbl/recaps/012815aac.html2015-01-30 14:37:28
Story for Jessica Woo (Texas A&M International University)http://godustdevils.com/news/2014/11/23/WBB_1123144743.aspx?path=wbball#.VMvIWZgFkUU.gmail2015-01-30 14:34:45
Story for Kameran Dage (University of Redlands)http://www.goredlands.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/releases/20150122g5zn892015-01-30 14:32:47
Story for Sharissa Estremera (Cal State East Bay University)www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FyAm5eIijA2015-01-30 14:27:45
Former OWL AJ NEWTON (2012-13) Earns All Conference Award
In her first season as a transfer from Foothill College to Colorado State, AJ Newton earned Second Team All Mountain West Conference Honors and helped lead her team to a 23-6 season record. AJ also was named to the Spring 2014 Academic All-Mountain West team.2014-07-24 16:40:22
Former OWL COLLEEN GOESER (2010-12) to represent on USA TEAM in BRAZIL
While at University of Redlands, Goeser played a huge role as the Bulldogs' floor general throughout her two years with the squad. She collected All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) accolades both seasons, landing on the First Team in her final campaign. During her most recent season, Goeser ranked second among the Bulldogs in scoring with 13.2 points per game as one of two players to eclipse the double-digit mark. She also successfully ran the Maroon and Gray's offense by providing 4.5 assists per game to go along with an impressive assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.6. She accomplished this while competing for a team-leading 32 minutes per contest.
Learn more2014-07-24 16:16:20
Former Owls in represent Foothill in the 2014 Division I- NCAA Tournament
Two former Foothill standouts, Raeshel Contreras
(2010-12), and Addie Schivo
(2010-11), now playing for University of South Dakota
and University of Idaho
respectively, had the opportunity to play in the 2014 Women’s NCAA Division I Basketball Tournament!
Raeshel hit the winning basket to help send the Coyotes into the Summit League Tournament Championship game against South Dakota State and ultimately to the Big Dance where they opened against Stanford.
Addie Schivo hit the winning free throws to help her team win the WAC Championship in 2013 and then Idaho won the WAC for the second year in a row to advance to the 2014 NCAA Tournament where they opened against Louisville. 2014-05-06 10:17:47
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Coach: Jodi Craig
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Los Altos Hills, CA. 94022-4599
Phone: (650) 575-9393