Still adjusting to the college level, the team goes 11-11 with the cast of freshmen playing big roles.

Breakthrough season No.1 earns a 22-6 mark and the first conference championship in school history.

Anji Allen was named the conference player of the year.

Angie Gorenc became the school's all time leading scorer and rebounder while Sally Cianciolo set a record for most points scored in one season (531).

All 5 starters (Angie Kielpinski, Stacy Schoonover, and Tracey Kochanski) averaged in double figures as this cougar team won every game by at least a margin of 10 points.

Sarah Kuenzli was voted to the all conference team with Allen, while Shannon Herman and Lisa Seiser were named honorable mention.

Allen and Jacinda Wisniewski were named to the state tournament all tourney team.Aided by a tournament trip to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., UW-Waukesha won 11 of its last 12 games and finished 17-7 with a Conference Championship.Charity Goss was named to the all conference team and led the league in rebounding.An undefeated 26-0 run, the first for a school in the UW System.Once again taking the Conference and the State Title.The first semester featured 4 returning starters (Nicky Carroll..all time school's assist leader, Shelly Flanagan...school' s all time leader free throw shooter in attempts and makes, Kelly Maltby, and Regina Burns) who continued the press and run style that won a state title in 2000.