Leading NCAA Division I Women, 2004–2005

POINTS PER GAME

 FGM3FGFTPTSPPG
Tan White, Mississippi State2416113868123.5
Emily Faurholt, Idaho2414616969723.2
Tori Talbert, Texas State208014456022.4
Tamara James, Miami (Fla.)2423912464722.3
Beth Swink, St. Francis (Pa.)255117768822.2

FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE

 GFGMFGAFG%
Katie Feenstra, Liberty3223034367.1
Amber Jackson, San Jose State3020531165.9
Ashley Earley, Vanderbilt3224037564.0
LaToya Davis, Texas Tech3115725661.3
Becky O'Neil, Weber State2914523761.2

THREE-POINT FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE

 G3FG3FGA3FG%
K. C. Cowgill, SW Missouri State337413953.2
Ashley Cazee, Eastern Ky.285611349.6
Matea Pender, Univ. of Md. Baltimore County286212748.8
Jill Marano, La Salle285712346.3
Kate Endress, Ball State297015246.1

FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE

 GFTFTAFT%
Kristin Iwanaga, California29859193.4
Nefertiti Walker, Stetson31808792.0
Melissa Yeagley, Iona26839290.2
Megan Duffy, Notre Dame3313715389.5
Tynisha Alexander, Tennessee Tech2910912289.3

REBOUNDS PER GAME

 GREBRPG
Sancho Lyttle, Houston3036212.1
Sandora Irvin, Texas Christian3339011.8
Nakeya Downing, Southeastern La.2731811.8
Khara Smith, DePaul3136411.7
Sugiery Monsac, Robert Morris3034811.6

ASSISTS PER GAME

 GASTAPG
Yolanda Paige, West Virginia342978.7
Temeka Johnson, Louisiana State362787.7
Erin Grant, Texas Tech312187.0
Corrie Mizusawa, Oregon302097.0
Anesia Smith, Maryland322146.7
    

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