|Prev. School||Otero JC (Thorton HS)|
|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| Season GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2005-06 28-28 853 30.5 47-131 .359 14-45 .311 40-76 .526 22 72 94 3.4 90 7 120 106 6 82 148 5.3 2004-05 24-0 234 9.8 20-72 .278 5-17 .294 17-25 .680 10 18 28 1.2 37 0 18 36 3 27 62 2.6
2005-06: Earned RMAC honorable mention ... Started all 28 games ... Was second in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference for assists with 4.29 per game ... Was third in the RMAC in steals with 2.93 per game ... Was 14th in the RMAC in assist/turnover ratioi ... Led the team in assists with 120 and averaged 4.3 per game ... Was fifth on the team in scoring with 148 total points while averaging 5.3 per game ... Was second on the team in steals with 82 ... Pulled down 94 rebounds.
2004-05: Played in 24 games in the Mountain Lions backcourt ... Averaged 2.6 points per game ... Rebounded well from her guard position, averaging 1.5 a game ... Shot 68 percent from the free-throw stripe ... Had 27 steals and 18 assists ... Had a career-high eight steals to go along with seven points and three assists at Johnson and Wales on Dec 6 ... Scored a career-high 11 points on 4-for-5 shooting against Colorado College on Nov 30 ... Scored nine points on 4-for-4 shooting and had four rebounds at Adams State on Feb 19 ... Had a career-high eight rebounds versus Johnson and Wales on Jan 11.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before UCCS:Was All-Conference in both basketball and in softball her junior and senior years of high school ... Played for Otero Junior College where she helped lead the Rattlers to back-to-back sub-regional championships.
Personal: Is majoring in Psychology ... Enjoys mountain climbing, softball, and of course basketball ... Has three brothers, and a sister ... Parents are Diane and Nick Martinez ... Born May 25, 1982.
Stories featuring Maribeth Martinez
|November 3, 2007||Tripp leads UCCS to second win at Disney||LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Tonya Tripp had 28 points and 12 rebounds to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to an 84-74 victory over the Limestone Saints Saturday at the Milk Barn at Disney's Wide World of Sports.|
|March 2, 2006||Sauter, three others named All-RMAC||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs senior Jennine Sauter was named first-team All-West Division by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the RMAC announced Thursday. Three other Mountain Lions, Julie Richards, Stephanie Sauter and Maribeth Martinez were also honored by the conference.|
|March 1, 2006||UCCS eliminated in RMAC playoffs||DURANGO â€“ The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs dug itself a hole too deep for even an inspired second-half defensive effort to overcome as the Mountain Lions were defeated 69-54 by the Fort Lewis Skyhawks Wednesday evening in the first round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs.|
|February 24, 2006||Martinez leads UCCS into playoffs||Talk about taking it right down to the wire.|
|February 11, 2006||UCCS never trails in win over CSU-Pueblo||COLORADO SPRINGS â€“ Stephanie Sauter scored 12 of her game-high 18 points in the second half as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs defeated the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves 74-64 Saturday night at the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|February 7, 2006||UCCS outplayed at Highlands||LAS VEGAS, N.M. â€“ Despite 19 points by Jennine Sauter, the University of Colorado at Colorado was defeated 73-58 Tuesday night by the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls at the John A. Wilson Complex.|
|January 24, 2006||UCCS women win fourth straight||Jennine Sauter scored 23 points as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs won its fourth straight game and sixth of its past seven with a 66-53 victory over the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls Tuesday night at the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|January 21, 2006||Lions spring into first with win over Mesa State||Julie Richards had 27 points and 12 rebounds to help the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs take sole possession of first place in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conferenceâ€™s Western Division lead with a 71-70 victory over the Mesa State Mavericks Saturday night at the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|January 20, 2006||Sauter helps UCCS overcome second half deficit||Jennine Sauter scored 28 points to help the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs overcome an 11-point second-half deficit and defeat the Western State Mountaineers 66-59 Friday night at the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|January 16, 2006||Trio of 20-somethings leads UCCS past Colorado College||A trio of 20-somethings wrought havoc upon the Colorado College Tigers Monday night.|
|January 8, 2006||"Other" Sauter keys UCCS win||Call it the Stephanie Sauter factor.|
|December 22, 2005||Lions give Air Force a scare||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs threw a big scare into the Air Force Falcons Thursday at Clune Arena before finally succumbing 68-56.|
|December 17, 2005||Free throws lead Metro State past UCCS||DENVER â€“ Julie Richards had 17 points, 14 rebounds and six blocked shots, but the Mountain Lions couldnâ€™t overcome a 20-5 Metro State free throw advantage as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was beaten 72-61 by the Roadrunners Saturday night at the Nest.|
|December 16, 2005||Women's basketball falls to Regis||DENVER â€“ The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions fell behind early Friday night and never fully recovered in a 66-53 loss to the Regis Rangers at Regis Fieldhouse.|
|December 8, 2005||Sauter, Mountain Lions win RMAC opener||Jennine Sauter scored 29 points to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a 70-60 victory over the Chadron State Eagles Thursday night at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in the Rocky Mountin Athletic Conference opener for both teams.|
|November 18, 2005||Sauter's big night helps Stratton win her coaching opener||ALAMOSA â€“ Jennine Sauter scored 35 points, the second-highest total in school history, as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs gave Jessika Stratton a victory in her first game as coach of the Mountain Lions, 76-72 over the Pittsburg State Gorillas Friday night.|
|October 27, 2005||Women's basketball preview||Itâ€™s going to get a little lonely on the bench for new University of Colorado at Colorado Springs womenâ€™s basketball coach Jessika Stratton.|
|February 20, 2005||Adams State beats CU-Colorado Springs||The Adams State Grizzlies beat the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 61-49 Saturday night in Alamosa.|
|February 9, 2005||Podpah, poor shooting leads to Mountain Lions loss||New Mexico Highlands snapped the University of Colorado at Colorado Springsâ€™ two-game winning streak by beating the Mountain Lions 79-71 Tuesday afternoon in the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|January 11, 2005||Winless Wildcats no match for Mountain Lions||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs broke its four-game losing streak by walloping the Johnson and Wales Wildcats 91-47 Tuesday evening in the Lionsâ€™ Den|
|December 9, 2004||Fort Hays beats women's basketball at their own game||HAYS, Kan. - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was beaten at its own game Thursday night.|
|December 6, 2004||Records fall in win over Johnson & Wales||DENVER â€“ So this is what this feels like.|
|December 1, 2004||Mountain Lions D does it again||For the second straight night the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' pressure defense frustrated its opponent. Not coincidentally, for the second straight night, the Mountain Lions won by double digits. CU-Colorado Springs held Grand Canyonâ€™s powerful offense to 27 percent to shooting in a 58-37 spanking of the Lopes Wednesday evening in the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|November 30, 2004||CU-ColoradoSprings shuts down Tigers, wins home opener||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs used smothering defense to shut down the Colorado College Tigers Tuesday evening in the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|November 11, 2004||Women's basketball season preview||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs womenâ€™s basketball has some big shoes to fill.|