2007-08 Women's Basketball
10 Dana Carrigan Guard
12 Jenna Bartsokas Guard
14 Miaca Bowman Guard
20 Toia McGowan Guard
22 Jilian Partin Wing
24 Catie Woods Guard
30 Miriam McAlister Post
34 Valerie Bronson Wing
42 Cree Nix Post
43 Kara Briley Post
44 Rachel Davis Post
51 Katie Rollins Post
54 Rachel Viehmann Post
55 Kaleigh Gossman Post
Full Roster
Dana Carrigan

#10 Dana Carrigan

POS. Guard
HT. 5-7
HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Hendersonville, Tenn. (Beech High School)
MAJOR Accounting

2006-2007:One of only three players to start all 29 games. ...Scored in double figures 10 times. ...Led Lady Bisons in scoring three times. ...Scored a season -and-career-high 21 points at ETSU. ...Led team in steals 11 times, tied for lead twice. ... Recorded a season-high seven steals against North Florida (12/2/06), which ties for the second highest one-game total in a conference game. ...Led team in assists 11 times, tied for lead four times with season high of seven twice against Fisk Nov. 20 Jacksonville Nov. 30. ...Averaged 8.8 points per game overall, 25th in the conference. ...Averaged 10.2 points per game in conference games, 18th best in the A-Sun. ...Sixth in steals overall (62), an average of 2.14 per game; fourth in conference games with 44, 2.44 per game. ...Eighth in conference overall in assists with 92, 3.17 per game. ...Ninth in conference games only in assists with 60, 3.33 per game. ...Seventh overall in 3-point field goals made with 49, 1.69 per game. ...Fourth in A-Sun games only in 3-point field goals made with 32, 1.78 per game. ...Second overall in assist/turnover ratio (1.23). ...Third in A-Sun games in assist/turnover ratio (1.28).

2005-2006: Led team in scoring 11 times, tied for lead once. ...Team leader in assists in 13 games, tied for the lead four times. ...Led team in steals in 11 games, tied for lead nine times. ...Twice scored 17 points in a game (vs Kennesaw State, Feb. 18; at Stetson, Feb. 14). ...Tied for the lead in single-game field goal attempts with 15 vs. North Florida (Jan. 26). Best field goal percentage was .545 (6-of-11). ...Second on team with five 3-point shots made in a single game at Stetson (Jan. 14). ...Led team in 3-point field goal attempts in a single game with 14 vs. North Florida (1-26-06). ...Made season-high five 3-pointers at Stetson (Jan. 14). ...Best 3-point field goal percentage was .625 (5-for-8) at Stetson (Jan. 14). ...Posted top assists in a single game with eight vs. Campbell (Jan. 5). ...Also had seven assists vs. Kennesaw State (Feb. 18)...Twice tied for the single-game lead in steals with six (at Florida Atlantic, Jan. 21; at Ball State, Nov. 26). ...Played a season-high 37 minutes at Kennesaw State (Dec. 1).

2004-2005: Led team in scoring twice with 15 points in games against Kent State (Nov. 30) and at Belmont (Feb. 1), both season highs. ...Also posted season highs for field goals made with five against Kent State and Belmont. ...All five field goals in the Kent State and Belmont games were 3-pointers, another season-high. ...Made a season-high 13 field goal attempts at Belmont, including a season-high 10 3-point field goal attempts (Feb. 1). ...Best field goal percentage was .625 (5-of-8) vs. Kent State. ...Had a .750 3-point shooting percetnage hitting three-of-four at Birmingham-Southern (Nov. 28). ...Grabbed three rebounds four times vs. Gardner-Webb (Jan. 6), at Mercer (Jan. 15), vs Troy (Feb. 7) and at Stetson (Feb. 10). ...Posted a season-high five assists at Stetson (Feb. 10). ...Tied for team assists lead twice . ...Tied for team steals lead twice and made two steals in a game three times (vs Belmont, Jan. 3; vs Stetson, Jan. 22; and at Stetson, Feb. 10. ...Played a season-high 28 minutes at Birmingham-Southern (Nov. 28). ...Scored in double figures in five games. ...Started five games Played in all 28 games.

2003-2004: Medical red-shirt after breaking her wrist in the final practice before the team went to Hawaii to open the season.

High School: As a senior named First Team All-State. ...Also Sumner County MVP, All-Region and All-District. ...Named to All-District and All-Region Tournament teams. ...Who[apos]s Who Among American High School Students.

Personal: Daughter of Donna and Ronnie Carrigan.