2003-04 Amherst Women's Basketball Milestones
- Finished with an 11-14 overall record (3-6 NESCAC), earning the sixth seed in the NESCAC Postseason Championship Tournament, where they fell to third-seeded Bates, 62-57, in the first round.
- Won the Vassar College Invitational with a pair of wins over John Jay College and host Vassar.
- Posted a 2-0 record with wins over Springfield College and WNEC at the Pioneer Valley Classic, hosted by Amherst.
- Led the NESCAC in three-point field goal percentage (33.0%) and blocked shots (6.52/gm.).
Senior Quad-Captain Guard Marissa McGuire (Minneapolis, MN)
- NESCAC Winter All-Academic.
- Tournament MVP at the Vassar College Invitational with 12 points, 12 rebounds and six assists in the championship game.
- Fifth in the NESCAC in blocked shots (1.43 bpg), 10th in defensive rebounding (4.91/gm.) and 12th in rebounding (6.6 rpg).
Senior Quad-Captain Guard Shannon Russell (Shrewsbury, MA)
- Fourth in the NESCAC in three-point field goals made (2.04/gm.), ninth in three-point field goal percentage (32.7%) and tied for 13th in scoring (11.5 ppg).
- Graduates as Amherst’s all-time leading three-point shooter with 249 career trifectas.
- Second on Amherst’s all-time scoring list with 1,345 career points and eighth all-time with 178 assists.
Senior Quad-Captain Center Caitlin Farrell (Lafayette, CA)
- Fourth in the NESCAC in blocked shots (1.52 bpg).
- Graduates as Amherst’s second all-time leading shot blocker with 149 career rejections.
Sophomore Forward Katie Latham (Wakefield, MA)
- Seventh in the NESCAC in defensive rebounding (5.41/gm.), ninth in rebounding (7.8 rpg), 10th in field goal percentage (45.2%), 11th in offensive rebounding (2.36/gm.) and 27th in scoring (8.4 ppg).
Sophomore Forward Julie Smith (Villanova, PA)
- Third in the NESCAC in blocked shots (1.75 bpg).
First-year Guard Kim Glazier (Boxford, MA)
- Fourteenth in the NESCAC in assists (2.48 apg).