SEATTLE – Seattle University women’s basketball concludes a three-game road trip with a game at Northern Arizona on Saturday afternoon.


• Saturday, Nov. 16 at 1 p.m. Pacific (2 p.m. Mountain)

• at Northern Arizona (Rolle Activity Center)

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• Seattle U (1-2) at Northern Arizona (0-1)

• All-time series-Northern Arizona leads, 1-0

• Home-NAU leads, 1-0

• Away-N/A

• Neutral-N/A

• Last meeting-NAU won, 65-58, at Seattle U (Nov. 9, 2018)


• Seattle U fell, 73-48, at Idaho State on Nov. 11. Joana Alves led with 11 points and five rebounds in the contest.

• Northern Arizona lost, 83-76, at New Mexico in its season opener on Nov. 8. Jacey Bailey led the Lumberjacks with 21 points and eight rebounds in the loss.

Kamira Sanders ranks fourth nationally in made field goals (26) this season. Her 66 points are 11th-most in the country through three games.

• SU dropped a 70-63 decision at Utah State on Nov. 9. Senior Kamira Sanders led with a career-high 30 points, going over 1,000 for her career. She is the 18th player in program history to score 1,000 career points at SU.

• The game at Utah State marked the second straight game where Kamira Sanders established a new scoring career high. She scored 28 points in the win over Saint Martin’s on Nov. 6, eclipsing her previous career high of 24 points. The Redding, California, native, put up 24 against Grand Canyon on Jan. 17, 2017.

• The Redhawks opened the regular season with a 91-81 win over Saint Martin’s on Nov. 6. Kamira Sanders scored a career-high 28 points to lead four Redhawks in double figures.

• Seattle U was voted to finish eighth in both the WAC preseason polls. Senior Kamira Sanders was named Preseason All-WAC First Team by the media and Preseason All-WAC Second Team by the coaches. Joana Alves picked up Preseason All-WAC honors from the coaches.

Kamira Sanders has scored 944 points in her first three seasons at Seattle U. She earned 2017 WAC Freshman of the Year and 2018 WAC Tournament MVP and will look to cap her career with a strong senior campaign.

Joana Alves was a 2018 All-WAC Second Team selection after a stellar junior season. She averaged 13.1 points and 5.3 rebounds per game in 2018-19.

• Coach Suzy Barcomb is in her fourth season at Seattle U. She is one of two active NCAA coaches to have taken a team to the NCAA Tournament in all three division levels. NC State’s Wes Moore is the only other coach to accomplish the feat.

• SU features six international players on this year’s roster, including three from Australia (Georgia Kehoe, Courtney Murphy, Maddy Phillips).

• Freshman Raneem Elbarky is one of just five Egpytian-born players in Division I women’s basketball this season.