San Diego State University’s Independent Student Newspaper Since 1913

The Daily Aztec

San Diego State University’s Independent Student Newspaper Since 1913

The Daily Aztec




San Diego State University’s Independent Student Newspaper Since 1913

The Daily Aztec

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Courtney Clements, 2011-13

Courtney ClementsCourtney Clements was one of the greatest 3-point shooters the SDSU women’s program has ever had.

Her 77 3-pointers in 2013 are tied for the school record and she’s No. 3 all-time in career 3-pointers, despite only playing for three seasons.

She was also an Associated Press All-American Honorable Mention, leading her team to a conference championship.

Falisha Wright, 1992-95

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In the glory days of the women’s program it was Falisha Wright who was the face of the team.

SDSU had a 50-11 record, including 27-1 in the Western Athletic Conference, in her last two seasons.

She is second on the school’s all-time leading scoring list behind Judy Porter (1,733), second all-time in assists (448) and second all-time in 3-pointers (206).

Chana Perry, 1988-89

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Even though she only spent two years on the team, Chana Perry’s impact on the program has stood the test of time.

She is the program’s first — and only — first-team All-American, receiving the honor in 1989.

Her 23.3 points per game and 13.1 rebounds per game back in 1988-89 are still school records. She’s also No. 6 on the school’s all-time scoring list with 1,445.

Judy Porter, 1980-83

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Judy Porter was to the Aztec women’s team what Michael Cage was to the men’s team — actually Cage and Brandon Heath combined.

Porter is the school’s all-time leader in points (2,318) and rebounds  (1,498). S

he currently holds 21 school records and was the first female athlete to have her number retired (No. 33).

She was also a three-time team MVP in her career.

Paris Johnson, 2008-11

Paris Johnson

Taking the ball into the post against Paris Johnson was not a wise move for opponents.

She is the school’s all-time leading blocks leader with 267 and single-season blocks leader with 94.

Her nine blocks in a game back in 2009 is tied for the school record and she’s No. 4 on the all-time rebounding list.

She was named first-team all conference in her first season.

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