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Table of Contents/Credits ..................1 Quick Facts/Media Information.......2 2011-12 Schedule.................................3 UCF Roster...............................................4 Season Preview Notebook ................5 2011 C-USA Tournament Information 6

Statistics ................................................... Game Stats .............................................. Box Scores ...............................................

Coaching Staff Head Coach Joi Williams ....................8-9 Associate Head Coach Greg Brown 10 Assistant Coach Bob Starkey ............11 Assistant Coach Richard Fortune ....12 Director of Basketball Operations Kim Boes ..................................................13 Support Staff ..........................................14

2011-12 Knights Aisha Patrick ...........................................16-17 Ashia Kelly ...............................................18-19 Racine Davis ...........................................20-21 Gevenia Carter .......................................22-23 Kayli Keough ..........................................24-25 Sarah Green ............................................26-27 Erika Jones ..............................................28-29 Aarika Judge...........................................30-31 Leo Montavlo .........................................32-33 Bryeasha Blair.........................................34 Andrea Hines..........................................36 Meghan Keough ...................................37 Stephanie Taylor ...................................38

Credits: 38-39 40-41 42-50

History and Records Coaches Records................................... All-Time Roster ...................................... All-Time Jersey Numbers ................... Honors ...................................................... Annual Leaders...................................... 1,000-Point Club ................................... Individual Single-Game Records .... Individual Season Records ................ Individual Career Records ................. Team Records ......................................... Year-by-Year Results ............................ Series Records........................................

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Executive Editor/Design and Layout: Jenna Marina Photography: Todd Drexler (UCFphotos.com) Additional Photographs Provided by: UCF University Marketing, Romeo Guzman, Jimmy Skiles, Jay Hatch, UCF Arena, Orange County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Conference USA

This is UCF UCF Arena ............................................... UCF Basketball Practice Facility ....... The University of Central Florida .... Towers at Knights Plaza ...................... UCF President Dr. John C. Hitt.......... Orlando .................................................... TV /Radio Chart .....................................

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Joi Williams South Florida 1988 UCF Record 60-64 (4 years) Career Record 114-125 (7 years) Conference USA Record 33-31 (3 years) Associate Head Coach Greg Brown Alma Mater Lipscomb, 1993 Assistant Coach Bob Starkey Assistant Coach Richard Fortune Alma Mater Virginia State, 1988 Director of Operations Kim Boes Alma Mater Brown-Mackie College, 1992 Athletic Trainer Jennifer Perez Equipment Manager John Whitford Strength and Conditioning Coach Ben Fleming Office Assistant Phyllis Lampasso Basketball Office Phone (407) 823-6266

BASKETBALL HISTORY First Year of Basketball 1977-78 First Year at Division I Level 1984-85 First Year in Conference USA 2005-06 All-Time Record 471-500 (.485) NCAA Appearances/Last Four/2011 UCF, Not Central Florida Please refer to the University of Central Florida as UCF when shortening the title. Derivitives such as C. Florida, Cent. Florida and C. Fla., should not be used. Also, please note that UCF’s teams are no longer being referred to as the Golden Knights. Instead, they are simply being called the Knights.

2010-11 Record Conference USA Record Conference USA Finish Home Record Home Conference USA Record Road Record Road Conference USA Record Neutral Site Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

22-11 12-4 2nd 12-2 7-1 6-8 5-3 4-1 2/3 5/3

ALL-CONFERENCE USA CANDIDATES Aisha Patrick (Sr., Rockledge, Fla.) Ashia Kelly (Sr., Longview, Texas) STARTERS RETURNING G: Aisha Patrick (10.7 ppg, 8.1 rpg) F: Ashia Kelly (5.2 ppg, 3.9 rpg) OTHER KEY LETTERMEN RETURNING G: Gevenia Carter (5.8 ppg, 1.3 rpg) F: Racine Davis (1.2 ppg, 1.9 rpg) F: Erika Jones (3.0 ppg, 4.2 rpg) KEY NEWCOMERS G: Andrea Hines G: Bryeasha Blair F: Meghan Keough F: Stephanie Taylor F: Kayli Keough* (2.2 ppg, 1.5 rpg) *Sat out 2010-11 season per NCAA Transfer policy.

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Assistant Director/WBB Contact Jenna Marina Office Phone (407) 823-2464 E-mail jmarina@athletics.ucf.edu Fax (407) 823-5293 Mailing Address PO Box 163555 Orlando, FL 32816 Overnight Address 4000 Central Florida Blvd. Wayne Densch Sports Center, Building 39 Orlando, FL 32816 Website www.UCFathletics.com

Interviews with UCF student-athletes and coaches must be made through the UCF athletics communications office.

Practice Coverage UCF practices are open to the media. Studentathletes and coaches are available for interviews prior to practice. The Knights usually practice during weekday mornings. Contact Jenna Marina in the UCF athletics communications office to confirm practice times and locations.

Credential Requests All requests for media credentials for UCF home games should be directed to Jenna Marina in the UCF athletics communications office. Requests should be made at least one week in advance of the selected game.

Postgame Press Conferences A postgame press conference with UCF head coach Joi Williams and selected student-athletes will be conducted after each contest in the new UCF Arena press conference room. The UCF locker room is closed to the media.

Ticket Information Tickets for all UCF home games may be purchased through the UCF ticket sales office by calling (407) UCF-1000.

Conference USA Information on Conference USA can be found at ConferenceUSA.com. The website features updated standings, statistics and notes. For all C-USA media requests, members of the media should contact Debbie Davis in the C-USA media relations office at 214-774-1353 or DDavis@c-usa. org.

UCF on the Air Now entering his fifth season as the “Voice of the Knights”, Scott Adams has been a part of the UCF Athletics broadcast family since 2002. Having served as both studio and scoreboard host for UCF football, Adams has also been behind the mic for men’s basketball, UCF men’s and women’s soccer, as well as Knights baseball. Current TV host of UCF Sports Today with football head coach George O’Leary, Adams is a longtime Orlando resident and proud UCF alum. Aside from his UCF broadcasting duties, Adams is also a freelance commercial actor, host, spokesperson, and model in the Central Florida Area. Current host of the National Powerball Lottery Drawing, Adams also serves as a regular contributor on “The Beat of Sports” radio show in Orlando on ESPN 1080am.

UCF on the Internet The UCF ISP Sports Network also extends to the worldwide web. Audio and video broadcasts of most UCF games are available at UCFAthletics. com. Video of all of the Knights’ home contests and Conference USA road games can be viewed on the website. Audio of all of the team’s games is also available on the site.

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2010-11 ROUND UP • For the second time in three seasons, UCF claimed a Conference USA Championship by defeating UAB, Memphis and Tulane. • Eight-straight wins to end the regular season helped the Knights earn No. 2 seed in the conference tournament, their highest finish since joining the league in 2005. • The 11-game win streak was the longest streak in 27 years (1984) for the program, while the 22 wins in 2010-11 also marked the first time since 1984 that UCF reached the 20-pluswin mark. HOW THEY’RE MADE UP • With the loss of five seniors from last season’s team, the 2011-12 Knights will boast three seniors, two juniors, four sophomores and four freshmen as they look to pursue another conference championship. • Aisha Patrick, Ashia Kelly and Racine Davis make up this year’s senior class. Patrick and Kelly are the only two returning starters from a year ago, while Davis is one of the team’s top reserves off the bench. • Gevenia Carter and Kayli Keough are the only juniors on the team, but are a talented duo who will add depth at guard and forward, respectively. • After a memorable first season in UCF uniforms, the sophomore class of Sarah Green, Erika Jones, Aarika Judge and Leo Montalvo will be back with both NCAA Tournament and C-USA Championship experience. • Head coach Joi Williams has assembled another talented incoming class as Meghan Keough, Bryeasha Blair, Andrea Hines and Stephanie Taylor will make their UCF debut in 2011-12. FINAL SEASON • Senior Aisha Patrick returns for her senior season as one of the premier players in C-USA. As a junior, she became the first UCF player to earn C-USA All-Defensive Team honors and was a vital piece of the team’s championship run. • Patrick recorded 82 steals as a junior, the thirdhighest single-season total in program history. • With a team that boasts several talented forwards, it is not often that you see a guard lead the team in rebounds. But that is just what Patrick did in 2010-11, pulling down a team-best 8.1 boards per game. Her 596 career rebounds rank eighth all-time at UCF.

KELLY STEPS UP • Senior Ashia Kelly began the 2010-11 season as a role player, doing all the little things to help the team be successful. But as the Knights began to roll late in the year, Kelly was one of the main contributors, recording all five of her double-digit scoring performances in the team’s final eight games, including a team-high 16 points against Ohio State in the NCAA Tournament. • As a junior, Kelly was 34-of-80 from beyond the arc. Her .388 career three-point shooting percentage ranks first all-time in program history among players with at least 75 attempts. • With the loss of nearly two-thirds of the scoring from a year ago, Kelly’s scoring down the stretch is a good sign for 2011-12 as she will step into a larger scoring role in her final season at UCF. PAT’S RECORD WATCH • A season after two players reached the 1,000-point milestone, this season’s team will likely see another Knight reach that mark as Patrick is just 168 points shy. • Patrick also sits on the cusp of several other career milestones as she is just 11 assists away from 300 in her career, while her 596 career rebounds ranks eighth in program history. By season’s end, the senior could rank third all-time in both categories. • After 82 steals a year ago, Patrick sits 63 back of Chariya Davis ’99 all-time program lead in the category with 284, a figure she has proven to be able to meet. UP FRONT • Associate head coach Greg Brown will have a talented core of post players to mold this season as he has five 6-footers to work with. • After sustaining an injury early in February that cut her season short, Sarah Green will once again pair with fellow sophomore Erika Jones to make up a force in the low post along with senior leader Racine Davis. • Two new players will make their debuts up front for the Knights this year as junior Kayli Keough will finally see action after sitting out all of 2010-11 after transferring from Florida State and freshman Stephanie Taylor enters the mix. SIDELINE PRESENCE • Head Coach Joi Williams is now in her fifth season at UCF and ninth season overall as head collegiate basketball coach. On Sept. 22, she signed a five-year contract extension that will keep her as the Knights’ head coach through at least the 2015-16 season. • Bob Starkey joined the Knights’ staff this spring after more than two decades with the LSU basketball programs. He served as the interim head coach in 2007, leading the Lady Tigers to their fourth of five straight Final Four appearances.

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2012 C-USA BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS All Times Central Wednesday, March 7, 2012 – First Round Women’s Game #1 – 11:00 am – Women’s First Round (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Women’s Game #2 – 1:30 pm – Women’s First Round (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Women’s Game #3 – 5:00 pm – Women’s First Round (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Women’s Game #4 – 7:30 pm – Women’s First Round (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Men’s Game #1 – 12:00 pm – Men’s First Round (FedExForum) Men’s Game #2 – 2:30 pm – Men’s First Round (FedExForum) Men’s Game #3 – 6:30 pm – Men’s First Round (FedExForum) Men’s Game #4 – 9:00 pm – Men’s First Round (FedExForum) Thursday, March 8, 2012 - Quarterfinals Women’s Game #5 – 11:00 am – Women’s Quarterfinal (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Women’s Game #6 – 1:30 pm – Women’s Quarterfinal (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Women’s Game #7 – 5:00 pm – Women’s Quarterfinal (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Women’s Game #8 – 7:30 pm – Women’s Quarterfinal (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Men’s Game #5 – 12:00 pm – Men’s Quarterfinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Men’s Game #6 – 2:30 pm – Men’s Quarterfinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Men’s Game #7 – 6:30 pm – Men’s Quarterfinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Men’s Game #8 – 9:00 pm – Men’s Quarterfinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Friday, March 9, 2012 - Semifinals Women’s Game #9 – 10:00 am – Women’s Semifinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Women’s Game #10 – 12:30 pm – Women’s Semifinal (FedE Forum) – CBSSN Men’s Game #9 – 3:00 pm – Men’s Semifinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Men’s Game #10 – 5:30 pm – Men’s Semifinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Saturday, March 10, 2012 - Championship Men’s Game #11 – 10:30 am – Men’s Championship (FedExForum) – CBS Women’s Game #11 – 7:00 pm – Women’s Championship (FedExForum) – CBSSN

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The city of Memphis is pure energy and pure soul. You can hear it in the clubs on Beale Street. You can taste it in Memphis back alley barbecue joints and in upscale restaurants. You can feel it in the magnetic energy of the world-class events and world-famous attractions. There’s just something real about Memphis. From the holy grails of music landmarks to the restaurants, from the basketball court to the acclaimed zoo, from the elegant hotels to the mystical nightclubs on legendary Beale Street, there’s an irresistible soul that’s drawn people here for more than a century. Memphis invites you to come on in and take a closer look. For more information, visit memphistravel.com.

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With more than 20 years of overall coaching experience under her belt, Joi Williams will enter her fifth season as the head coach at UCF and ninth season as a head coach in 201112. In her four seasons building up the UCF program, Williams has already compiled an impressive list of accomplishments, including leading the Knights to the 2009 and 2011 NCAA Tournaments after her teams claimed Conference USA Championships in those seasons. Williams has also recently represented both UCF and her country by working with USA Basketball. In the summer of 2010, Williams served as an assistant coach of the USA Basketball Women’s U-18 National Team and helped lead the squad to the gold medal at the FIBA Americas U-18 Championship for Women.

Joi Williams Fifth Season at UCF Ninth as Head Coach Hometown Jacksonville, Fla. College South Florida ‘88 Coaching Career 2007-Present Head Coach, UCF 2003-07 Head Coach, Murray State 2002-03 Assistant Coach, Clemson 1990-2002 Assistant Coach, Florida

She reprised that role with USA Basketball in the summer of 2011 as an assistant coach with the national team at the U-19 World Championship team in Chile. Williams and the U.S. defeated Spain to once again take home the gold medal for the second straight summer. This past year, Williams helped the Knights to their most successful season in nearly three decades. She led UCF to a 22-11 record and claimed the program’s second C-USA title with a 12-point win over defending champion Tulane in the final. The conference championship secured the Knights a spot in the 2011 NCAA Tournament; the fourth appearance in school history. Williams guided the Knights to the 2011 C-USA crown on the strength of an 11-game winning streak. UCF closed out the season on an eight-game run that was followed by three straight wins in the conference tourney to claim the championship. The 11-game streak and the 20-plus win season were the first by the program in 27 seasons. In 2008-09, the Knights were picked to finish last in C-USA before posting 11 conference wins and tying for second place. The Knights’ 11 league wins in 2008-09 matched the program’s total in its first three seasons in C-USA combined, and Williams’ peers took notice by voting her the 2009 C-USA Coach of the Year. Also in 2008-09, UCF players won the C-USA Player of the Week award a league-high five times. The season became more memorable in the postseason when the Knights won four games in four days to capture the C-USA Tournament Championship and the program’s first NCAA Tournament berth since 1999. The Knights finished the season at 17-17 after a hard-fought 85-80 loss to third-seeded North Carolina in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. In her first season at UCF in 2007-08, with freshmen playing a nation-high 91 percent of the minutes, Williams led UCF to its first 10-win season in three years. Williams came to UCF after four seasons as the head coach at Murray State (2003-04 to 2006-07), where she helped the Racers to a WNIT berth and the program’s first 20-win season in 18 years. The Racers had a 54-61 overall record in her time rebuilding Murray State. In her final campaign with the Racers in 2006-07, Williams led Murray State to a 21-10 mark and a trip to the WNIT. The WNIT berth marked only the second postseason appearance in Murray State history. The Racers also advanced to the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Championship title game. Murray State finished the campaign among the national leaders in several statistical categories, including free-throw percentage, fieldgoal percentage and scoring offense. Williams spent the 2002-03 season as the recruiting coordinator at Clemson University. Prior to Clemson, Williams was the assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Florida for 12 seasons (1990-91 to 2001-02). During her tenure, the Lady Gators participated in nine NCAA Tournament and tallied a 247-121 overall record (.671 winning percentage).

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Williams helped attract five All-America selections to Florida, and nine standouts who were recruited by and played under Williams were selected in the WNBA Draft. The list of WNBA draftees includes DeLisha Milton-Jones, who was the 1997 Southeastern Conference Player of the Year, the first UF player ever selected to the Kodak All-America First Team and a member of the goldmedal winning 2000 and 2008 U.S. Olympic basketball teams. Milton-Jones also earned gold medals with the 1998 and 2002 USA World Championship teams. Born and raised in Jacksonville, Williams played on the collegiate level at the University of South Florida from 1984-88. She was a four-year starting point guard and currently ranks among USF’s career assist leaders. She earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from USF in 1988.

Joi Williams along with coaches Jen Rizzotti and Sue Semrau after winning the gold medal with U-19 Team USA.

Head Coaching Record Year 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Overall At UCF

School Overall Murray State 13-15 Murray State 9-19 Murray State 11-17 Murray State 21-10 UCF 10-20 UCF 17-17 UCF 11-16 UCF 22-11 8 years 114-125 4 years 60-64

Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 Overall

School Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Clemson 12 years

Conf 9-7 5-11 10-10 15-5 3-14 11-5 7-9 12-4 72-65 33-34

Postseason ------OVC Champ. Game/WNIT C-USA Tournament First Round C-USA Tournament Champions/NCAA C-USA Tournament Second Round C-USA Tournament Champions/NCAA

Assistant Coaching Record Overall 17-11 15-13 19-10 22-7 24-9 21-9 24-9 23-9 19-14 21-13 24-6 18-11 14-15 261-136

Conf. 3-6 4-7 6-5 8-3 7-4 6-5 9-3 10-4 6-8 6-8 11-3 8-6 5-11 89-73

Postseason ----NCAA Second Round NCAA First Round NCAA Second Round NCAA First Round NCAA Elite Eight NCAA Sweet Sixteen NCAA First Round WNIT Final NCAA Second Round NCAA First Round ACC Second Round

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Team Minnesota 2004-08 Los Angeles 2009 Tammy Jackson Houston 1997-2002 Ta Merlakia Jones Cleveland 1997-2003 M Detroit 2004 Brandi McCain Cleveland 2002 B DeLisha Milton-Jones Los Angeles 1999-2004 D Washington 2005-07 Los Angeles 2008-present Murriel Page Washington 1998-2005 M Los Angeles 2006-08 Bridget Pettis Phoenix 1997-01 B Indiana 2002-03 Phoenix 2006 Phoenix Assistant Coach 2007-pres. Tamara Stocks Washington 2001 Ta Charlotte 2000-01 TTiffany Travis Tonya Washington Massaline Washington 2000-03 To Seattle 2003 New York 1997-99 SSophia Witherspoon Portland 2000-01 Los Angeles 2002-03

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Greg Brown joined the UCF women’s basketball staff as an assistant coach in April 2007 and was elevated to associate head coach in June 2009. He will be entering his fifth season on Joi Williams’ staff in 2011-12. In 2008-09, Brown was a key member of the staff as UCF went 11-5 in Conference USA play and won the C-USA tournament title. His work with scouting and game preparation helped the Knights win four games in four days to win the title. Brown and the Knights enjoyed continued success in 2011, winning the C-USA Championship for the second time in three seasons. UCF used an 11-game winning streak through the final eight regular season games and all three conference tournament contests to capture the league title and secure its second NCAA Tournament berth.

Greg Brown Hometown Shepherdsville, Ky.

Following the season, Brown was selected to speak at the Assistant Basketball Coaches Symposium, A Step Up: Chicago 2011. Brown spoke about scouting and gameplan development at the convention, which is designed as a career and professional development opportunity for women’s basketball assistant coaches.

College Lipscomb ’93 Wife Teresa Children Cole Carter

Brown’s primary responsibilities include coaching the post players, coordinating scouting and assisting in game preparation and scheduling. In addition, he also serves as the co-director of Joi Williams Basketball Camps.

Coaching Career 2009-Present Associate Head Coach, UCF 2007-2009 Assistant Coach, UCF 2005-07 Head Coach, Goodpasture Christian School 2003-04 Assistant Coach, Tennessee 2002-03 Graduate Assistant, Tennessee 1998-2002 Head Coach, Friendship Christian Schhol 1990-93 Student Assistant, Lipscomb

Prior to coming to UCF, Brown worked in Nashville, Tenn., where he served as head girls’ basketball coach at Goodpasture Christian School. Brown also found success as the head girl’s basketball coach at Friendship Christian School in Lebanon, Tenn., as he guided the school to three district championships, a regional championship and a sub-state title. He earned two District 8A Coach of the Year awards. He began his coaching career as a student assistant coach under Don Meyer at his alma mater, Lipscomb. He then worked with Pat Summitt at Tennessee for two years, first serving as a graduate assistant in 2002-03 before being elevated to assistant coach in 2003-04. During that time, the Lady Vols had a record of 64-9, earned two Southeastern Conference championships and were twice the runner-up at the NCAA Championship. He also coached the post players at Tennessee, working with several current WNBA players, including 2004 Kodak All-America selection Shyra Ely. A student of the game, Brown has published an article in American Basketball Quarterly on developing low post players at Tennessee and publishes a blog titled: “UCF Women’s Basketball Thoughts”. In addition, Brown has been active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for many years, serving as guest speaker at numerous FCA and community events. Brown has a bachelor’s degree in political science from Lipscomb. He and his wife, Teresa, have two sons, Cole and Carter.

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A long-time presence in college basketball, Bob Starkey joins the UCF coaching staff for the 2011-12 season. Starkey moved to Orlando after 13 seasons with the LSU women’s basketball program and 22 seasons involved with LSU basketball. “I’m extremely honored about joining the UCF family,” Starkey said. “I’ve known Coach Williams for over a decade and while her success speaks for itself, it is the core values of her philosophy that has me excited about being a part of her program.” Considered one of the top minds in all of college basketball, Starkey served as the associate head coach for the Lady Tigers under Van Chancellor since 2007.

Bob Starkey Hometown Charleston, W.Va. Wife Sherie Coaching Career 2011 Assistant Coach, UCF 2007-11 Associate Head Coach, LSU Women’s Team 1998-2007 Assistant Coach LSU Women’s Team 1996-1997 Assistant Coach, LSU Men’s and Women’s Teams 1990-96 Assistant Coach, LSU Men’s Team 1988-89 Assistant Coach, Marshall 1984-87 Assistant Coach, West Virginia State

Prior to Chancellor’s arrival in Baton Rouge, Starkey took on the responsibility as the acting head coach at the end of the 2006-07 campaign. Heading into postseason play, Starkey led LSU to its fourth straight Final Four appearance, defeating UNC Asheville, West Virginia, Florida State and No. 1 seed UConn to reach the National Semifinals in Cleveland. Part of all five Final Fourth berths, three SEC regular season titles and a conference tournament championship at LSU, Starkey spent 13 seasons in total along the Lady Tigers’ sidelines beginning in 1998. Before joining Sue Gunter’s staff, Starkey spent two seasons working in an administrative position with both the men’s and women’s programs. In his first role at LSU, Starkey served as an assistant with the men’s team from 1990-96. During his time with the Tigers, he worked closely in developing post players such as Shaquille O’Neal, Stanley Roberts and Geert Hammink, all first-round picks in the NBA draft. Coach Starkey continued to work with post players after joining the LSU women’s program. He was very influential in the development of Sylvia Fowles (Chicago Sky), the second overall pick in the 2008 WNBA Draft. He also coached other WNBA first round picks including Seimone Augustus (Minnesota Lynx), Temeka Johnson (Phoenix Mercury), Marie Ferdinand (Phoenix Mercury) and Scholanda Robinson (San Antonio Silver Stars). Before his extended stint at LSU, Starkey spent one year as an assistant at Marshall during the 1988-89 season and three seasons at West Virginia State from 1984-87. In his final season at West Virginia State, he helped guide the Yellow Jackets to NAIA National Championship Game. Starkey is originally from Charleston, W.Va., and is married to the former Sherie Hayslett, a native of Winfield, W.Va.

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Richard Fortune joined the UCF coaching staff for the 2010-11 season after spending the better part of the last two decades coaching at several different levels. Most recently, Fortune served as the assistant coach for the Boo Williams AAU Girl’s Nike Travel Team from 2008-10 in Hampton, Va. Now entering his second season at UCF in 2011-12, Fortune made his first season a memorable one as he helped the Knights claim the 2011 C-USA Championship in El Paso, Texas, in March.

Richard Fortune Hometown Glen Allen, Va. College Virginia State `88 Wife Tawana Children Lauren Morgan Richard Jr.

During the 2004-05 season, Fortune served as an assistant coach with the men’s basketball team at his alma mater Virginia State University following one season as an assistant coach with the John Marshall High School boys’ basketball team. Prior to his stints at Virginia State and John Marshall, Fortune was the boy’s head coach at Caroline High School in Milford, Va., from 2001-04. In his final season at Caroline, he was named the Free Lance Star All Area Coach of the Year as well as the Battlefield District Coach of the Year after leading the team to the 2004 District Championship. His tenure at Caroline started in 1994 as he began an eight-year stint as an assistant coach before taking the helm as the team’s head coach. As an assistant, Fortune helped lead the team to six district championships (1994-96, 1999-2001) and three tournament championships (1994-96). Those teams also made six regionals appearances (1994-96, 1999-2001), winning three titles in that time (1995-96, 2000). Under Fortune, the team also appeared in four state tournaments (1995-96, 1998, 2001.) Fortune also has a wealth of experience working camps. He has been a part of the last eight boys’ basketball camps at Virginia Commonwealth University, while also participating in several elite camps at the University of Virginia. Fortune currently lives in Orlando with his wife Tawana. Together, the couple has two daughters, Lauren and Morgan, and one son, Richard Jr.

Coaching Career 2010-Present Assistant Coach, UCF 2008-10 Assistant Coach, Boo Williams AAU 2005-07 Boy’s Assistant Coach, John Marshall HS 2004-05 Assistant Coach, Virginia State 2001-04 Boy’s Head Coach, Caroline HS 1994-2001 Boy’s Assistant Coach, Caroline HS

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Kim Boes will begin her fifth season on Joi Williams’ staff at UCF in 2011-12 after being hired as the director of operations in May 2007. Boes oversees the budget, team travel, student managers and equipment while also working to set up community service and community relations events. Boes serves as the co-director of Joi Williams Basketball Camps.

Kim Boes Hometown Norwalk. Iowa College Brown-Mackie College `92 Coaching Career 2007-Pres. Director of Basketball Operations, UCF 1998-2007 Staff Assistant, Florida

Boes came to UCF after nine years working with the University of Florida Athletics Association. After beginning her career in the accounting department, she joined the women’s basketball staff and spent the last three seasons as an assistant to the head coach. In that role, she coordinated team travel, oversaw student managers and equipment as well as all of the team’s community relations and extracurricular activities. She also served as the director of the women’s basketball camps since 2004 and as the team’s administrative liaison during the postseason. During her four seasons with the Knights, Boes has been a part of two C-USA Championships in 2009 and again this past March of 2011. Boes holds an associate’s degree in travel and hospitality management from Brown-Mackie College in Kansas. A native of Norwalk, Iowa, she played basketball, golf and softball at Norwalk High School.

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Sarah Hill

Ben Fleming

Academic Advisor

Strength and Conditioning Coach

Sarah Hill is an Assistant Director in Academic Services for Student-Athletes (ASSA) and has been working at UCF since the fall of 2000. Currently, Hill serves as the lead advisor for the women’s basketball, women’s soccer and novice rowing teams. Along with her advising duties, Hill is an adjunct instructor in the College of Education and coordinates the VCC prep courses program.

Ben Fleming is in his third year as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for the UCF Knights. He supervises the strength programs for baseball, women’s basketball, softball and men’s and women’s tennis. Additionally, Fleming assists with the strength and conditioning of the football team.

During her tenure at UCF, Hill has earned four Golden Apple Inspiration awards from her student-athletes. Last year, under Hill’s guidance, the UCF women’s basketball team earned an APR score of 1000, and was honored with the 2009 Most Improved GPA award.

In 2009, Fleming assisted the men’s golf team in winning the Conference USA and Regional Championships. In 2010, he assisted the men’s golf team once again in winning the Conference USA Championship. That same year, Fleming contributed to the success of UCF’s track & field team as they won the 2010 Conference USA Outdoor Track & Field Championship.

Hill received her bachelor’s degree in sociology from Arkansas State University. During this time she was a member of the track and field team competing in the long and triple jump. After graduation, she became an assistant coach of the men and women’s track and field teams at her alma mater. Hill also received her master’s degree in sociology from Arkansas State University.

He is a certified strength and conditioning coach (SCCC) by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA) of which he is also a member. He holds a Level 1 coaching certification from USA Weightlifting as well as being Etcheberry Certified by Pat Etcheberry, one of the top tennis and golf strength and conditioning coaches in the world.

Hill and her husband Isaac have three children- Isaac Jr., Samarah and Victoria.

Fleming earned a Bachelor of Science in Parks and Recreation Administration from Wingate University where he was also a member of the soccer team. In 2009, he earned a Master of Arts in Health/Wellness and Applied Exercise Physiology from UCF.

Jenn Perez Athletic Trainer Jennifer Perez begins her 15th year at UCF after coming to Orlando in 1996. After spending her first two years working towards her graduate degree, Perez joined the staff on a full-time basis in 1998. During her time as a graduate assistant from 1996-98, Perez worked with the volleyball program. Upon her promotion to full-time status as an Assistant Athletic Trainer, she began her tenure with the women’s basketball program. Perez was elevated to Associate Athletic Trainer in 2001 before being promoted once again to her current role as the Head Athletic Trainer in 2007. A native of Pawtucket, R.I., Perez earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Rhode Island in 1994.

Khalilah Mitchell Director of Program Development Khalilah Mitchell enters her first season as a full-time staff member and her third as a member of the UCF women’s basketball program. Mittchell worked with the team as a graduate assistant the last two years. Helping prepare video footage for scouting purposes, Mitchell served as a valued asset to the coaching staff in her first two years before being elevated to her current position. In her second season with the Knights, Mitchell was part of a program that won 11 straight games, including three in the C-USA Championship to claim its second league title, automatically qualifying for the NCAA Tournament.

Currently, Perez lives with her husband Jeff and their two children Keagan and Mitchell spent five seasons at LSU from 2003 to 2008 as a member of the women’s Kaiden in Casselberry, Fla. Jeff is a teacher at Winter Springs High School where basketball team, playing under current assistant coach Bob Starkey. She is just one he also serves as the head coach of the varsity baseball team. of two players (men or women) to be a part of five NCAA Final Four Teams, joining her teammate at LSU, Marian Whitfield. Mitchell was named to the 2005 All-SEC Academic Team as well as a member of the 2004 Freshmen Academic All-SEC team.

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John Whitford

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A native of New Orleans, La., Mitchell is one of seven children in her family. She averaged 18.2 points, 7.8 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 3.2 steals per game as a senior at St. Mary’s under coach Keith Haywood. For her efforts she was named first-team all-state and participated in the Louisiana High School All-Star Game.

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Meet the 2011-12 Knights

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Aisha Patrick Class Senior Position Guard Height 5-9 Hometown Rockledge, Fla. High School Rockledge

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As a Junior in 2010-11 Started every game, bringing career total to 92 of 93 games...Scored eight points dished out six assists and pulled down eight boards vs. Ohio State in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament (3/19/11)...Recorded a double-double (11 points,12 boards) vs. Tulane in the C-USA Championship Game (3/12/11)...Scored 14 points, dished seven assists and pulled down eight boards vs. Memphis in the C-USA Semifinals (3/11/11)... Scored 15 points and grabbed nine boards vs. UAB in the C-USA Quarterfinals (3/10/11)...Scored 11 points and dished out a season-high nine assists vs. Memphis (3/3/11)...Tallied 16 points and eight boards at Southern Miss (2/27/11)...Recorded a double-double (10 points, 13 boards) vs. ECU (2/20/11)...Recorded a double-double (15 points,15 boards) vs. Tulane (2/10/11)...Recorded 11 points and eight boards vs. UTEP (2/10/11)...Recorded six points, four steals, five assists and 12 boards vs. Marshall (1/23/11)...Tallied six points, four steals, six assists and seven boards vs. Marshall (1/23/11)...Registered 11 points and four rebounds at Memphis (1/20/11)...Scored 14 points, pulled in nine boards and a season-high seven steals at SMU (1/16/11)...Recorded a double-double (17 points, 11 boards) vs. UAB (1/13/11)...Recorded seven points and 10 boards vs. Southern Miss (1/9/11)...Recorded a season-high 21 points and pulled down eight rebounds at Rice (1/6/11)...Recorded six boards and five assists vs. Valdosta State (1/2/11)...Scored six points, pulled in eight boards and recorded a season-high nine assists vs. Tennessee Tech (12/29/10)...Recorded 15 points, five assists and seven rebounds vs. Jacksonville (12/20/10) ...Scored nine points and pulled in six boards at Florida State (12/15/10)...Scored 15 points and recorded seven rebounds, three assists and three steals against Middle Tennessee (12/7/10)...Posted six points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals in a 74-65 win over FIU (12/5/10)...Had team highs 17 points and seven rebounds, while connecting on a career-high two three-point field goals at Savannah State (11/30/10)...Was just shy of a double-double (20 points, nine rebounds) on 7-of-18 shooting and 6-of-9 from the free-throw line in win over WKU (11/27/10)...Posted third-straight game of at least 12 rebounds and scored seven points in addition to a team-high of seven assists against Richmond (11/26/10)...Tallied a then-career high 16 points and matched a career-high 14 rebounds against James Madison (11/20/10)... Totaled 12 rebounds, nine points and five assists in the win over Iona (11/19/10)...Scored 19 points on 9-of-13 shooting and grabbed six rebounds and two assists in season opener against Florida(11/13/10). As a Sophomore in 2009-10 Made 52nd-straight start in the finale against Tulane (3/9/10)..Had a steal in 24 of 27 games as a sophomore...Led team in minutes for second straight year...Her consecutive games with a steal streak ended at 20 against Jackson State (12/20/09)...Averaged nine points and 12 rebounds per game while playing all 85 minutes during UCF’s C-USA Tournament run...Had a double-double in the tournament against Tulane (3/9/10), totaling 10 points and a career-high 14 rebounds...Tallied 13 points, five assists and five steals at Southern Miss (3/3/10)...Had 12 points and six rebounds at SMU (2/25/10)...Scored 12 points and had seven rebounds against Houston (2/20/10)...Had 10 points and eight rebounds against Marshall (2/4/10)...Posted impressive stat line against Alabama (12/14/09) with eight rebounds, seven assists and six steals...Tallied 12 points, eight rebounds and five steals in 38 minutes at FAU (12/12/09)...Had a career night at Jacksonville (12/2/09), scoring a career-high 21 points and adding seven rebounds, four assists and three steals. As a Freshman in 2008-09 Started 33 of 34 games for UCF this season and led the Knights in minutes...The team’s go-to defensive stopper recorded a steal in each game except for three this season, including 13-straight contests...Finished the season with 75 steals, tied for the seventh-highest total in the program’s history...Tallied double figures in 15 games...Averaged 10 points per game in UCF’s run to the C-USA Tournament Championship, hitting 18-of-32 shots from the field...Slowed SMU’s Brittany Gilliam to just 11 points on 5-for-12 shooting in semifinal victory (3/7/09)...Scored 13 points in opening round victory over Rice (3/5/09)...Held UAB’s Amanda Peterson without a field goal (3/1/09)...Played a career-high 43 minutes at East Carolina (2/15/09) and scored nine points and grabbed nine rebounds...Named UCF’s first C-USA Rookie of the Week on Feb. 2...Played 40 minutes and scored 14 points in win over Marshall (1/31/09)...Just missed a triple-double against ECU (1/29/09) with 16 points, career-high 12 assists and eight rebounds in 38 minutes...Notched second double-double of the season at Southern Miss (1/18/09), scoring 14 points and 12 rebounds...Posted 15 points on 7-of-11 shooting in win against Memphis (1/8/09)...Had 12 points with seven assists and five steals against Southern Miss (1/3/09)...Had an outstanding all-around game at Alabama (12/03/08), scoring 10 points while also tallying nine rebounds, four assists and four steals...Scored 14 points against Wisconsin (11/27/08)...Posted a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds at Colorado (11/16/08) in collegiate debut. Prior to UCF Played for Rockledge High School...Named team most valuable player as a junior and senior...Captured the district player of the year award as a senior after averaging 19 points, 9.5 rebounds and 6.2 steals per game...A McDonald’s All-American nominee and named first-team all-state...Averaged 17 points, seven rebounds and six assists as a junior...Also averaged double figures as both a freshman and a sophomore... Also ran track in high school, finishing fifth in the state in the 400m relay. Personal Born in Cape Canaveral, Fla. ... Daughter of Terry Patrick and Angela Palmer...Majoring in sports and exercise science.

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Off the Court with Aisha Patrick If you could switch places with someone for a day, who would it be? Maya Moore. I just want to know her work ethic. They always talk about how she works hard in everything she does and I just want to know how she approaches the game. What are the TV shows you can’t stop watching? Basketball Wives, Bad Girls Club, Criminal Minds, The First 48, shows like that. What is your favorite basketball memory? My freshman year here winning conference. I had never gotten a ring before that. What is the food or drink that you have to have stocked in your refrigerator? I have to have Voila! pasta dishes. You can just put them on the stove for 10 minutes. They are quick and easy and they’re so good. The garlic chicken kind. For a drink, Minute Maid fruit punch. What is the most played song on your iPod? Lil Wayne’s “She Will.”

Career Stats Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

G-GS 34-33 27-27 32-32 93-92

MP-Avg. 1131-33.3 826-30.6 1004-31.4 2961-31.8

FG-A (Pct.) 121-306 (.395) 76-209 (.364) 117-261 (.448) 314-776 (.405)

3FG-A (Pct.) 0-4 (.000) 2-12 (.167) 11-27 (.407) 13-43 (.302)

FT-A (Pct.) 59-84 (.702) 36-55 (.655) 96-141 (.681) 191-280 (.682)

Off-Def-Tot-Avg 76-88-164-4.8 74-98-172-6.4 92-168-260-8.1 242-354-596-6.4

PF-D 68-0 57-0 62-0 187-0

A 100 55 134 289

TO 84 64 78 226

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S 75 64 82 221

TP-Avg 301-8.9 190-7.0 341-10.7 832-8.9

FG-A (Pct.) 62-157 (.395) 38-115 (.330) 56-124 (.452) 156-396 (.394)

3FG-A (Pct.) 0-0 (.000) 1-8 (.125) 4-13 (.308) 5-21 (.238)

FT-A (Pct.) 29-44 (.659) 26-40 (.650) 46-68 (.676) 101-152 (.664)

Off-Def-Tot-Avg 38-43-81-5.1 38-63-101-6.3 43-76-119-7.9 119-182-301-6.4

PF-D 33-0 33-0 30-0 96-0

A 52 31 58 141

TO 29 33 38 100

B 4 2 2 8

S 42 31 44 117

TP-Avg 153-9.6 103-6.4 162-10.8 418-8.9

Career Conference USA Stats Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

G-GS 16-16 16-16 15-15 47-47

MP-Avg. 535-33.4 459-28.7 475-31.7 1469-31.3

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As a Junior in 2010-11 Scored a game-high 16 points and pulled down six rebounds vs. Ohio State in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament (3/19/11)...Scored 10 points and added five rebounds vs. Tulane in the C-USA Championship Game (3/12/11)...Scored 12 points and pulled in seven boards vs. Memphis in the C-USA Semifinals (3/11/11)...Recorded nine points and eight rebounds vs. UAB the C-USA Quarterfinals (3/10/11)...Recorded 14 points and eight rebounds vs. Memphis (3/3/11)...Recorded nine points and seven rebounds at UAB (2/24/11)...Scored a career-high 17 points and pulled down seven rebounds vs. ECU (2/20/11)....Scored eight points and added another five rebounds vs. Houston (1/27/11)...Scored six points and pulled down five boards vs. Southern Miss (1/9/11)...Grabbed eight rebounds vs. Valdosta State (1/2/11)...Scored five points and grabbed six rebounds vs. Tennessee Tech (12/29/10)...Grabbed five rebounds in win over WKU (11/27/10)... Connected on lone field-goal attempt, a three-pointer, against Richmond (11/26/10)...Scored eight points against James Madison (11/20/10)...Totaled six points and five rebounds in win over Iona (11/19/10)...Had three rebounds in season opener against Florida (11/13/10). Ashia Kelly Class Senior Position Forward Height 5-11 Hometown Longview, Texas High School Kilgore

As a Sophomore in 2009-10 Started the last 13 games of the season for UCF...Shattered her previous career high with 16 points against Southern Miss...Also added eight rebounds in a career-best 36 minutes...Scored nine points and grabbed a career-best nine rebounds at SMU (2/25/10)...Hit all three of her shots and scored seven points against Marshall (2/4/10)...Also started against Tulane (1/31/10), totaling six points and four rebounds...Started at UTEP (1/24/10), scoring three points and grabbing two rebounds in 28 minutes...Knocked down two important threes in a 10-0 run in UCF’s win over Southern Miss (1/21/10)...Played a career-high 28 minutes at Marshall (1/08/10), totaling seven points and five rebounds...Earned her first career start against Washington (12/6/09)...Played 21 minutes and had three rebounds, three steals and two assists at Jacksonville (12/2/09)...Grabbed five rebounds in only 10 minutes of action against Bethune-Cookman (11/20/09)... Played 11 minutes against MTSU, scoring two points and grabbing a rebound. As a Freshman in 2008-09 Played in 30 games during her freshman campaign and tallied points in eight games...Scored two points and grabbed two rebounds in NCAA Tournament against North Carolina...Hit only shot and finished with two points in 65-54 overtime victory over Southern Miss in the championship game of the C-USA Tournament (3/8/09)...Recorded multiple rebounds in 13 games...Scored a career-high 10 points, all after halftime, in UCF’s overtime loss to Wake Forest (12/19/08)...Went 2-for-3 from the field, knocked down her only three-point attempt and hit 5-of-6 free throws...Played a season-high 19 minutes against Florida Gulf Coast (12/7/08)...Played in each of the Knights first eight games...Ripped down six rebounds in her first college game at Colorado...Also scored two points on 1-of-2 shooting. Prior to UCF Attended Kilgore High School and averaged in double figures all four seasons...Averaged 18 points, 12 rebounds and four assists per game as a senior...Named first-team all-district and first-team All-East Texas... Averaged 15 points, 12 rebounds and five assists per contest her junior season...Named team MVP as a sophomore for the Lady Dogs after averaging 18 points and 10 rebounds...Also played volleyball and ran track...An active student-athlete, she was inducted into the National Honor Society. Personal Daughter of Louis and Shelia Kelly...Has one older brother, Antonio, and one younger brother, Javarri...Father played center field at UT-Arlington...Uncle Steven Kenney played free safety for Texas A&M...Cousin Tabitha Johnson was a member of the Northwestern State track & field program...Majoring in health science.

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Off the Court with Ashia Kelly What was your first job? In high school I worked at Fred’s. It was like a local dollar store. I remember the day I got my first paycheck. I was so excited. I think I spent it on gas and food. I told my parents that I wanted to be selfsufficient. What are you most afraid of? I am extremely terrified of heights. The first time I flew on a plane was with my mom on my first and only visit to UCF. I’ve adapted to endure the ride, but if I tried to go sky diving or something, I’d still be terrified. What is something you want to do before you die? I’d like to travel. There are plenty of places I want to go, but I’d really like to travel to Spain and blend with the culture. What is your first basketball memory? I played at this local league back in my hometown and I was about six years old. I remember playing against one of my best friends, and the game came down to the wire. I remember making the basket and my dad came out running and grabbed me and twirled me in the air.

Career Stats Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

G-GS 30-0 27-14 33-23 90-37

MP-Avg. 218-7.3 500-18.5 669-20.3 1387-15.4

FG-A (Pct.) 6-27 (.222) 29-74 (.392) 59-153 (.386) 94-254 (.370)

3FG-A (Pct.) 1-5 (.200) 10-31 (.323) 34-80 (.425) 45-116 (.388)

FT-A (Pct.) 9-14 (.643) 22-41 (.537) 18-31 (.581) 49-86 (.570)

Off-Def-Tot-Avg 20-27-47-1.6 41-31-72-2.7 39-91-130-3.9 100-149-249-2.8

PF-D 32-0 52-1 78-1 162-2

A 9 11 19 39

TO 15 30 30 75

B 6 4 11 21

S 5 23 24 52

TP-Avg 22-0.7 90-3.3 170-5.2 282-3.1

FG-A (Pct.) 1-7 (.143) 24-54 (.444) 30-71 (.423) 55-132 (.417)

3FG-A (Pct.) 0-0 (.000) 9-25 (.360) 16-35 (.457) 25-60 (.417)

FT-A (Pct.) 0-0 (.000) 16-29 (.552) 8-14 (.571) 24-43 (.558)

Off-Def-Tot-Avg 7-9-16-1.2 31-23-54-3.4 20-40-60-3.8 58-72-130-2.9

PF-D 12-0 44-1 43-0 99-1

A 5 5 8 18

TO 4 23 14 41

B 3 2 6 11

S 3 16 11 30

TP-Avg 2-0.2 73-4.6 84-5.3 159-3.5

Career Conference USA Stats Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

G-GS 13-0 16-11 16-15 45-26

MP-Avg. 89-6.8 362-22.6 349-21.8 800-17.8

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As a Junior in 2010-11 Made starts in six of 31 games played as a junior...Matched her career high with seven points at East Carolina (1/30/11) while also pulling down three boards...Scored five points and added three boards vs. Jacksonville (12/20/10)...Totaled four points and six rebounds against James Madison (11/20/2010)...Had three rebounds in win over Iona (11/19/10). As a Sophomore in 2009-10 Scored in C-USA games against East Carolina (1/10/10), UTEP (1/24/10) and Tulsa (2/27/10)...Had the best game of her young career against Bethune-Cookman (11/20/09), scoring her first seven points and also grabbing a career-high five rebounds in 19 minutes of play...Knocked down 2-of-3 field goals and hit three free throws in the contest...Appeared in UCF’s opener at Middle Tennessee (11/15/09).

Racine Davis Class Senior Position Forward Height 6-3 Hometown Tamarac, Fla. High School Plantation

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Off the Court with Racine Davis What are you most excited about now that you’re a senior? Taking on more responsibilities, just helping the freshmen come along. Seeing our team develop and do well this year. What is your favorite spot on campus? My room. And the reflection pond. It’s a great place to go and relax. I don’t get to do much of that. Who inspires you? Coach Williams. She is very strong and driven and I aspire to be someone like that. What noise or sound do you hate? Pen clicking. Also, when you chew your food with your mouth open. What was the last concert you went to? Ludacris. It was awesome. He played all of the oldies and some of the newbies. LMFAO was there as well. That was pretty fun.

Career Stats Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

G-GS 9-0 15-0 31-6 55-0

MP-Avg. 19-2.1 88-5.9 212-6.8 319-5.8

FG-A (Pct.) 0-0 (.000) 9-12 (.750) 12-34 (.353) 21-46 (.457)

3FG-A (Pct.) 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000)

FT-A (Pct.) 0-1 (.000) 3-12 (.250) 14-25 (.560) 17-38 (.447)

Off-Def-Tot-Avg 3-1-4-0.4 7-11-18-1.2 29-31-60-1.9 39-43-82-1.5

PF-D 5-0 17-0 35-0 57-0

A 1 1 3 5

TO 4 5 19 28

B 0 2 2 4

S 0 3 4 7

TP-Avg 0-0.0 21-1.4 38-1.2 59-1.1

FG-A (Pct.) 0-0 (.000) 3-4 (.750) 7-17 (.412) 10-21 (.476)

3FG-A (Pct.) 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000)

FT-A (Pct.) 0-1 (.000) 0-3 (.000) 4-8 (.500) 4-12 (.333)

Off-Def-Tot-Avg 2-0-2-0.7 1-1-2-0.2 15-12-27-1.9 18-13-31-0.8

PF-D 3-0 10-0 18-0 21-0

A 1 1 3 5

TO 1 4 10 15

B 0 1 1 2

S 0 2 3 5

TP-Avg 0-0.0 6-0.7 18-1.3 24-0.9

Career Conference USA Stats Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

G-GS 3-0 9-0 14-1 26-1

MP-Avg. 8-2.7 36-4.0 108-7.7 152-5.8

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As a Sophomore in 2010-11 Recorded 10 points vs. Tulane in the C-USA Championship Game (3/12/11)...Scored 10 points at UAB (2/24/11)...Dropped 15 points vs. Tulane (2/17/11)...Recorded nine points vs. UTEP (2/10/11), including the game-winning halfcourt shot as time expired...Dropped nine points at East Carolina (1/30/11)...Scored a career-high 22 points vs. Houston (1/27/11)...Scored 11 points after shooting 3-of-5 vs. Jacksonville (12/20/11)...Scored six points, which included a 4-of-4 showing from the free-throw line, against Savannah State (11/30/10)...Had a career-high 16 points against James Madison (11/20/2010)...Notched six points in win over Iona(11/19/10)...Scored 12 points in season opener against Florida (11/13/10).

Gevenia Carter Class Junior Position Guard Height 5-8 Hometown Houston, Texas High School Tucker Previous School Westfield

As a Freshman in 2009-10 Knocked down an important three-pointer in UCF’s win over Tulsa (2/27/10)...Played 21 minutes against No. 3 Notre Dame (12/29/09), scoring seven points...Earned Conference USA Freshman of the Week honors on Dec. 22...Went 4-for-6 from the field and scored nine points against Jackson State (12/20/09)...Scored six points in just six minutes against No. 10/6 Florida State...Had the best game of her young career against Alabama (12/14/09), scoring 10 points and tallying three steals in 24 minutes...Knocked down 2-of-3 from long range in the game...Played a season-high 11 minutes at FAU (12/12/09), scoring four points and adding two assists and a steal...Tallied four points at Jacksonville (12/2/09)...Scored her first career points with four against Bethune-Cookman (11/20/09)...Drained a three-pointer and also had an assist and a steal in 10 minutes of play...Made her collegiate debut at Middle Tennessee (11/15/09), playing two minutes for the Knights. Prior to UCF Played basketball for Westfield High School in Houston...Ranked 61st nationally in the Class of 2009 in ESPNU’s HoopGurlz Top 100, and was listed as the 12th-ranked shooting guard in the country...Also the sixthhighest ranked player from the state of Texas, which had three of the nation’s top five recruits...As a senior, averaged 17.7 points, 7.1 steals, 5.9 assists and 3.5 rebounds per game...Played in the Greater Houston Area Girls Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game after the season and claimed MVP honors after scoring 13 points...Also played in the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) All-Star Game...In her junior season, Carter averaged 18.5 points, 6.5 assists and 4.2 steals per contest...Stellar background in AAU basketball while playing for the Houston Insiders...Made the all-tournament team in 2007 and 2008 while helping the Insiders to second and third-place finishes at Basketball at the Bayou...Drew interest from numerous top-notch programs, including Texas A&M, Kansas, Kansas State, Houston and Rice. Personal Daughter of Telekia Foots and Charles Carter...Father was part of the Houston Texans inaugural NFL season in 2002...Has five younger siblings, Shevenia, J’Marcus, Jarard, Clayton and Sarai...Majoring in hospitality management.

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Off the Court with Gevenia Carter You are originally from Texas - a state synonymous with football and your father played for the Houston Texans in their inaugural season. How big is football in your household? “It actually wasn’t that big. Of course we love football, my whole family. I know about it and watch it, but I’m not too big of a fan. As far as basketball, everyone loves it because I play it.” You come from a big family with five brothers and sisters. What’s it like at dinner time? “We all communicate, sit around the TV and laugh. There’s always enough food.” What is your favorite meal? “My grandma on my dad’s side, she always cooks. So it would be meatloaf, cabbage, candied yams, rice, and black eyed peas. And cornbread of course.” What is your favorite spot on campus? “The reflection pond. I always go there to relax and get my mind right.” What are you most afraid of? “I don’t like animals. I’m terribly afraid of reptiles.”

Career Stats Year 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

G-GS 25-0 33-2 58-0

MP-Avg. 197-7.9 481-14.6 678-11.7

FG-A (Pct.) 26-82 (.317) 62-199 (.312) 88-281 (.313)

3FG-A (Pct.) 5-20 (.250) 18-59 (.305) 23-79 (.291)

FT-A (Pct.) 10-20 (.500) 49-72 (.681) 59-92 (.641)

Off-Def-Tot-Avg 6-8-14-0.6 15-29-44-1.3 21-37-58-1.0

PF-D 13-0 36-0 49-0

A 18 32 50

TO 36 54 90

B 0 1 1

S 13 30 43

TP-Avg 67-2.7 191-5.8 258-4.4

FG-A (Pct.) 7-34 (.206 ) 31-109 (.284) 7-34 (.206 )

3FG-A (Pct.) 1-7 (.143) 13-36 (.361) 1-7 (.143)

FT-A (Pct.) 5-8 (.625) 28-40 (.700) 5-8 (.625)

Off-Def-Tot-Avg 5-5-10-0.7 8-20-28-1.8 5-5-10-0.7

PF-D 6-0 23-0 6-0

A 12 17 12

TO 22 29 22

B 0 0 0

S 6 14 6

TP-Avg 20-1.3 103-6.4 20-1.3

Career Conference USA Stats Year 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

G-GS 15-0 16-0 15-0

MP-Avg. 95-6.3 256-16.0 95-6.3

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Sat out the 2010-11 season due to NCAA transfer policy. As a Sophomore in 2009-10 (Florida State) Played in 15 of FSU’s 35 games as a reserve...Was second on the team in 3-point percentage by converting better than 45 percent of her shots from long range...Set career-highs in points (nine), rebounds (six) and blocks (two) in the victory against Hawaii... Converted 5-of-6 free throws in the win at Clemson...Connected on a career-high two three-pointers in both the Hawaii and Georgia State victories...Played a season-high 18 minutes against both Alcorn State and Hawaii.

Kayli Keough Class Junior Position Forward Height 6-2 Weight 175 Hometown Land O’Lakes, Fla. High School Land O’Lakes HS Previous School Florida State

As a Freshman in 2008-09 (Florida State) Played in 18 of FSU’s 34 games off of the bench in her first season...Played two minutes late in the win against N.C. A&T in the NCAA Tournament...Played two minutes in the loss to Duke in the ACC Tournament...Played nine minutes in a win over UCF and grabbed a rebound...Had a five-point, five-rebound performance vs. Northern Colorado...Scored a career-high seven points in the SEMO win... Grabbed a career-high five rebounds in four games...Scored in six games...Averaged 6.1 minutes per game and played 10 or more minutes in six games, including a season-high 16 minutes vs. Murray State. Prior to College A Sporting News All-American nominee as a senior...Named to the FACA All-Star Team...Was a first team allstate selection...Tampa Tribune Player of the Year as well as Female Athlete of the Year...Also named the North Suncoast Player of the Year... Also earned Tampa Tribune Player of the Year honors as a volleyball player...Twoyear Honorable Mention All-America selection by Street & Smith, she collected her first 5A All-State honors from the Florida Sports Association as a junior...Averaged 21.0 points, 8.8 rebounds, 5.3 assists, 5.1 steals and 3.3 blocks per game...Three-year team captain...Standout for Tampa Extreme AAU team, leading the squad to the US Junior National tournament...In 2005, was named tournament MVP after leading her squad to the 2005 Florida USSSA State title...That same season she was chosen for the Extreme Hoops Classic All-Tournament team...A three-year all-area pick and four-time All-Suncoast Conference selection, she was rated as one of the top players in the state of Florida...As a freshman, was a Sunshine Athletic Conference Honorable Mention selection...Also excelled on the volleyball court where she was a 2007 Honorable Mention All-State selection... Lettered for one season in track...Played for coach Laurie Pacholke at Land O’ Lakes High School... Graduated in the Top 12 percent of her class...Named to the Dean’s List...Member of the National English Honor Society as well as the National Society of High School Honors...Named the Tampa Tribune Scholar-Athlete of the Year... Was named the Most Outstanding Senior at Land O’ Lakes High School. Personal Born July 25, 1990...Majoring in sociology...Father, Michael Keough, played quarterback at Tennessee Tech... Her sister, Meghan, is a freshman guard on the team.

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Off the Court with Kayli Keough After having to sit last year due to NCAA transfer rules, how do you think you can help the team this year? By playing hard, cutting hard, looking for my shot and putting in an all-out effort -- hopefully it will be contagious. Where is your favorite place? By far my favorite place is the beach. Put me anywhere with an ocean or a lake, a reef, fishing, a sand bar, and I’m totally content. I love being out in the sun or outdoors in any way I can. What’s the best present you’ve ever received? That’s a tough one. I get really excited over the littlest things so I go mildly crazy on Christmas. One year, my parents got us a trampoline and that was probably one of my favorite things to do when I was a kid. How many games of one-on-one have you and Meghan played, and who usually wins? We played a lot when we were younger, out in the front driveway. Way too many to count. When we were younger I was a lot taller and had a big advantage but now it’s a toss up.

Career Stats Year G-GS MP-Avg. *2008-09 18-0 109/6.1 *2009-10 15-0 124 /8.3 2010-11 Totals 33-0 233/7.1 *Stats from Florida State

FG-A (Pct.) 5-21 (.238) 7-26 (.269)

3FG-A (Pct.) 0-1 (.000) 5-11 (.455)

12-47 (.255)

5-12 (.417)

FT-A (Pct.) Off-Def-Tot-Avg 10-19 (.526) 7-25-32-1.8 14-18 (.778) 5-18-23-1.5 Sat out due to NCAA transfer policy 24-37 (.649) 12-43-55-1.7

PF-D 15-0 19-0

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As a Freshman in 2010-11 Suffered a season-ending knee injury at Tulsa (2/6/11)...Appeared in 22 games in her first season in a Knights uniform...Matched her season high with four points vs. Southern Miss (1/9/11) in the Knights’ C-USA home opener...Scored four points at Rice (1/6/11)...Scored a season-high four points vs. Valdosta State (1/2/11)... Scored two points and grabbed a rebound in win over Iona (11/19/10). Prior to UCF Played four seasons at Irmo High School...Named the Region 5-4A Player of the Year as a senior...McDonald’s All-American nominee...Ranked 84th in the nation by ESPNU HoopGurlz and 14th at her position during her senior season...Played in the North Carolina vs. South Carolina All-Star Game which pits the top 10 seniors from each state...Named MVP of the 2010 North Carolina vs. South Carolina All-Star Game...Honored as team MVP as a senior...As a junior was voted the team MVP and named to the member of the all-area team...Played AAU for the South Carolina 76ers...Lettered in track at Irmo, competing in the long and triple jump. Sarah Green Class Sophomore Position Forward Height 6-2 Hometown Columbia, S.C. High School Irmo

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Off the Court with Sarah Green Your brother plays football at conference rival Southern Miss. Does your family have a house-divided thing going on? We play different sports so when I play they cheer for me, and when he plays they cheer for him. When UCF plays Southern Miss, I cheer for my brother but I still want UCF to win. You’ve been known to break out in song. How does singing make you feel? It makes me feel good when I’m entertaining everybody. I like to make everyone laugh. And I like music. What was your first car? I’ve never had a car. What instrument do you wish you could play? I’d like to learn to play the guitar really well. I have a guitar but I don’t know how to play it. I got it as a gift. How strong do you think this year’s frontcourt can be? We can be really strong. We have six post players so I think we have a lot of potential. We have to put in a lot of hard work but I think we’ll be pretty good.

Career Stats Year 2010-11 TOTAL

G-GS 22-0 22-0

MP-Avg. 168 -7.6 168 -7.6

FG-A (Pct.) 10-32 (.313) 10-32 (.313)

3FG-A (Pct.) 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000)

FT-A (Pct.) 1-2 (.500) 1-2 (.500)

Off-Def-Tot-Avg 15-18-33-1.5 15-18-33-1.5

PF-D 29-2 29-2

A 1 1

TO 12 12

B 6 6

S 2 2

TP-Avg 21 -1.0 21 -1.0

6-15 (.400) 6-15 (.400)

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0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000)

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Career Conference USA Stats 2010-11 TOTAL

9-0 9-0

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As a Freshman in 2010-11 Appeared in all 32 games for the Knights, making four starts...Matched her season best with 10 boards at UAB (2/24/11)and added six points...Matched a season-high eight points and grabbed nine boards at Tulsa (2/6/11)...Scored six points and grabbed four rebounds vs. Houston (1/27/11)...Pulled down seven boards and scored two points vs. Valdosta State (1/2/11)...Scored a career-high eight points and pulled in nine rebounds vs. Jacksonville (12/20/10)...Scored six points and had six boards at Florida State (12/15/10)...Went 4-of-5 from the field which totaled eight points, while also pulling down five rebounds in a 74-65 win over FIU (12/5/10)...Totaled six points and five rebounds against Savannah State (11/30/10)...Pulled down 10 rebounds and scored eight points in win over Richmond (11/26/10)...Totaled three points and four rebounds against James Madison (11/20/10)...Had six points and five rebounds in season opener against Florida (11/13/10).

Erika Jones Class Sophomore Position Forward/Center Height 6-2 Hometown Phenix City, Ala. High School Smiths Station

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Off the Court with Erika Jones What’s your favorite book? “God Don’t Like Ugly” by Mary Monroe. What is your guilty pleasure song? I like old school music like Al Green. So that’s a good question. I guess it would have to be Justin Beiber’s “Somebody to Love.” I love that song. Where is your favorite spot on campus? The student union. There is great people watching at the union. I laugh there, and I like to chill with my friends there. If a genie gave you three wishes, what would you wish for? 1. That I could meet Dwight Howard. 2. I wish that I could go back and live in the 80s because I feel like I could fit in in that decade. 3. To give my parents a big house, paid off. Rumor has it you are a Twilight fan. Are you Team Jacob or Team Edward? It’s hard. To be honest with you, I think Bella plays with both of their hearts.

Career Stats Year 2010-11 TOTAL

G-GS 33-4 33-4

MP-Avg. 479-14.5 479-14.5

FG-A (Pct.) 42-101 (.416) 42-101 (.416)

3FG-A (Pct.) 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000)

FT-A (Pct.) 16-41 (.390) 16-41 (.390)

Off-Def-Tot-Avg 54-85-139-4.2 54-85-139-4.2

PF-D 58-0 58-0

A 4 4

TO 57 57

B 8 8

S 11 11

TP-Avg 100-3.0 100-3.0

17-39 (.436) 17-39 (.436)

0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000)

6-14 (.429) 6-14 (.429)

27-37-64 (4.0) 27-37-64 (4.0)

28-0 28-0

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40-2.5 40-2.5

Career Conference USA Stats 2010-11 TOTAL

16-0 16-0

201-12.6 201-12.6

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Aarika Judge Class Sophomore Position Guard Height 5-8 Hometown Augusta, Ga. High School Hephzibah

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Prior to UCF Played four seasons as a starter on the varsity basketball team at Hephzibah High School...Scored 1,528 career points in four seasons...As a senior was a 2010 McDonald’s All-American nominee after averaging 17.6 points per game, six rebounds, six assists and six steals per game...She also made 86 three-pointers as a senior...Ranked as the 52nd best shooting guard in the nation and the fifth best in the state of Georgia... Was the Region 3AAAA Player of the Year in 2009-10...A member of three Region 3AAAA championship teams (2007, 2009 & 2010)...Played in the 2009-10 Georgia Senior North/South All-Star Game...Named The Augusta Chronicle Georgia Girls Basketball Player of the Year for 2009-10...Named to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Second Team as a senior…Earned the Coca-Cola Academic & Athletic Award in 2010...Honored with the 2010 Games Gold Award for All-Around Female Athlete...Nominated for the 2010 Vince Dooley Award...Played for team that made three-consecutive Georgia Elite 8’s (2007, 2008, 2009) and a Sweet 16 appearance (2010)... As a junior was named to The Augusta Chronicle All-Area First Team...As a sophomore was honored with a spot on All-Region First Team, the Georgia All-Area Second Team, All-State Honorable Mention and Georgia Sports Writers Association Honorable Mention...Won the 2007 Rising Player Award as a freshman...During her four years at Hephzibah, helped lead her team to a 101-19 overall record...Also suited up for the South Carolina 76ers AAU team during her high school career...Also played softball and ran track in high school...Was a member of the 2009 All-Region First Team in softball and won the Best Defensive Player Award as a centerfielder and shortstop...Participated and won several events on the regional level in the long jump, 4x400 and 1600-meter relay. Personal Daughter of Troy Moss and Ludy Judge...Has an older sister, Jasmine, and a younger brother, Troy...Older sister, Jasmine, plays basketball at Lander University...Recipient of the Hephzibah Citizenship Award...Majoring in interpersonal/organizational communication.

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Off the Court with Aarika Judge In addition to basketball, you also played softball and ran track in high school. Out of the three sports, which is your first love? My first love was basketball because my sister was so much better than me in everything else. This was the one thing I wanted for myself, so basketball is what I strived to be the best at. What’s your favorite junk food? French fries. I could eat them all day every day. What philosophy or quote do you live by? “Thank God for what you have; trust God for what you need.” Author Unknown Who is your favorite athlete? The only and only Kevin Garnett. What subject are you best at in school? P.E. No, I’m just kidding. My best subject is math.

Career Stats Year 2010-11 TOTAL

G-GS 19-0 19-0

MP-Avg. 137-7.2 137-7.2

FG-A (Pct.) 10-43 (.233) 10-43 (.233)

3FG-A (Pct.) 7-27 (.259) 7-27 (.259)

FT-A (Pct.) 2-4 (.500) 2-4 (.500)

Off-Def-Tot-Avg 4-16-20-1.1 4-16-20-1.1

PF-D 10-0 10-0

A 12 12

TO 20 20

B 4 4

S 10 10

TP-Avg 29-1.5 29-1.5

7-28 (.250) 3-4 (.750)

4-16 (.250) 0-0 (.000)

0-0 (.000) 0-4 (.000)

4-10-14-1.2 3-1-4-0.3

8-0 13-0

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18-1.5 6-0.5

Career Conference USA Stats 2010-11 TOTAL

12-0 12-0

97-8.1 44-3.7

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As a Freshman in 2010-11 Scored first career field goal and recorded first assist vs. Jacksonville (12/20/10)...Recorded first three-pointer and first rebound vs. Marshall (1/23/11)...Scored a career-high eight points and grabbed three rebounds at Marshall (2/13/11)...Posted five points and three rebounds at Southern Miss (2/27/11).

Leo Montalvo Class Sophomore Position Guard Height 5-4 Hometown Orlando, Fla. High School Boone

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Prior to UCF Finished high school career with 2,486 points and 321 career three-pointers...Nominated as a McDonald’s All-American her senior season at Boone High School...Represented the Puerto Rican Junior National Team as a senior...Led the North Florida All-Star Team with 16 points and six assists at the Florida North and South AllStar Game in 2010...The Orlando Sentinel rated Montalvo as the No. 1 player in the Central Florida Region for the class of 2010..As a senior, averaged 18.3 ppg and 3.8 apg en route to being named team MVP, first team all-county, First Team All-Central Florida and first team all-state...As a junior, averaged 16.2 ppg and 5.1 apg, voted first team all-county and Second Team All-Central Florida...In her first season at Boone as a sophomore, averaged 16.8 ppg and 4.8 apg...Was named to second team all-county, Second Team All-Central Florida, and third team all-state...As a freshman at Trinity Prep, averaged 17.8 ppg, 4 assists and went over 1,000-career points...In her first season at Trinity Prep as an eighth grader, she helped lead her team to the regional finals after winning the district championship...Voted team co-MVP after averaging 18.6 ppg and was named to the all-state team...As a seventh grader, played for the varsity team at Faith Christian Academy and averaged 19.3 ppg, including a career high of 39 points in a game...Played AAU for the Orlando Comets, helping to lead the team to a third-place finish at the Under-16 Nationals. Personal Daughter of Susan and Harry Montalvo...Oldest of four children...Has two younger brothers, Harry Jr. and Geovanni, and a younger sister, Annabella...Recipient of an academic scholarship from Bridges to Success program...Majoring in health sciences.

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Off the Court with Leo Montalvo Rumor has it you are a Lord of the Rings and Star Wars fan. What do you like about those movies? “I’ve grown up watching Star Wars because my family is really big into Star Wars. I really love Sci-Fi. I also like war movies, and Lord of the Rings is a war movie. Both of them are just the typical good vs. evil stories.” Have you ever dressed up to go see one of the films in movie theaters? “I haven’t dressed up - I’m not that big of a fanatic. But for Halloween when I was 10 years old I was Frodo. I’m guilty of that.” You go by Leo but your full name is Leonella. Are you named after anyone? “My great-grandmother on my dad’s side had passed away a week before I was born. Her name was Leonor. They wanted to name me Leonor but my mom hated it so she changed the ending. So that’s how my name came to be.” What is your dream job? “I’m majoring in health sciences. I want to be an occupational therapist. I want to help with kids who have special needs.”

Career Stats Year 2010-11 TOTAL

G-GS 15-0 15-0

MP-Avg. 78-5.2 78-5.2

FG-A (Pct.) 4-15 (.267) 4-15 (.267)

3FG-A (Pct.) 2-10 (.200) 2-10 (.200)

FT-A (Pct.) 12-17 (.706) 12-17 (.706)

Off-Def-Tot-Avg 2 -9 -11-0.7 2 -9 -11-0.7

PF-D 12-0 12-0

A 6 6

TO 15 15

B 0 0

S 5 5

TP-Avg 22 -1.5 22 -1.5

4-15 (.267) 3-4 (.750)

2-10 (.200) 0-0 (.000)

7-11 (.636) 0-4 (.000)

2-8-10 (1.0) 3-1-4-0.3

7-0 13-0

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9 5

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Career Conference USA Stats 2010-11 TOTAL

10-0 12-0

64-6.4 44-3.7

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Prior to UCF One of four players on the 2011 Whitney Young team to commit to a Division I program... A four-year varsity player, she helped lead Whitney Young to the 2008 Illinois State Championship and the 2009 and 2010 Chicago City Championships...Majoring in interdisciplinary studies with a minor in health sciences.

Bryeasha Blair Class Freshman Position Guard Height 5-4 Hometown Chicago, Ill. High School Whitney Young

Off the Court with Bryeasha Blair You went to the same high school as men’s basketball guards Marcus Jordan and A.J. Rompza in Chicago. Are you close? Once they found out I was going here, they gave me some pointers on how UCF was. They kind of influenced my decision. We do see each other a lot in the gym. What are your thoughts on Chicago pizza? Chicago has the best pizza, hands down. My perfect pizza would be when the bread is flat and the crust is thick and has cheese on the inside. And sausage topping. What TV show can you not stop watching? Phineas and Ferb. If a genie gave you three wishes, what would you wish for? 1. Unlimited Sour Patch Watermelon flavored candy. 2. Super powers: the ability to fly and be invisible. 3. To come out with my own shoe and it be as popular as Michael Jordan shoes.

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Prior to UCF Ranked as high as the 56th best player at her position in the country by HoopGurlz...A two-time all-state and allconference player...Scored 909 points in three seasons of basketball...As a junior in 2009-10, she was a nominee for the Gatorade Delaware Player of the Year as she led her team to an appearance in the state finals...In the championship game, Hines finished just shy of a triple-double, scoring 12 points, pulling down 10 rebounds and dishing out eight assists... Majoring in health sciences. Andrea Hines Class Freshman Position Forward Height 5-7 Hometown New Castle, Del. High School Sanford School

Off the Court with Andrea Hines What drew you to UCF? The coaches and the academics. I’m a health science major and I eventually want to become a nurse. You’re from Philadelphia. Have you ever run up the famous Rocky steps? And what do you think of the movie? We had a field trip there when I was going to school in Pennsylvania. We got a chance to walk up the steps and see the statue. His work ethic shows Philly. We work hard. Do you know any foreign languages? I can speak French a little. I have a friend from France so I try to pick up on it from her. I can understand it better than I can speak it. She was a foreign exchange student at my school in Delaware. She’s like my best friend now. You played lacrosse for a year in high school. Can you use any of your lacrosse moves on the court? Footwork. In lacrosse, you use a lot of jab steps and sliding.

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Off the Court with Meghan Keough What can you tell us about your sister Kayli that others wouldn’t know? Kayli has the biggest sweet-tooth. We have girls on the team that will hide pieces of chocolate in her room, playing pranks on her. When did you first learn to wakeboard and waterski? My family lives on a lake and my dad taught us to knee board when we were four years old. That was the age that he wanted us to start learning. We water skied as we grew up, but I got into wakeboarding two summers ago. Some of my friends would do it. We have a ski boat now so every time I go home, I do it. It’s so fun. You made history by being a part of two consecutive championship teams at Tampa Catholic. What was it like to be a part of something that big? I had the most amazing high school basketball experience I could ever ask for. I think that has helped me a lot transitioning because I’ve been on a winning team. Coming in I have the same passion and desire to win. It’s nice when you’ve been there and tasted it – it makes you more hungry.

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Prior to UCF Averaged a double-double of 13.8 points and 11.3 rebounds per game during her first three seasons at Sun Valley High School... An all-conference player her first three seasons, she was also named to the All-Union County First Team as a sophomore and junior as well as the second team as a freshman...In each of her first three seasons at Sun Valley, Taylor was named to the Union County Holiday Classic AllTournament Team...Majoring in health sciences. Stephanie Taylor Class Freshman Position Forward Height 6-2 Hometown Indian Trial, N.C. High School Sun Valley

Off the Court with Stephanie Taylor You’re from North Carolina, and they take basketball pretty seriously there. Are you a Duke or North Carolina fan? I’m not really a fan of either. I was that outcast that said they didn’t care who won and everyone would get mad at me. What was your first day on campus like? My first day on campus was so fun and so confusing at the same time, especially the first day of class. The campus is so big and it is easy to get lost by the beauty of it. What do you like most about being tall? What do you like the least? I love my height mainly because that’s how I was meant to be and both my parents are tall. It feels good when I catch people’s attention and they go, “Wow, you’re really tall...I wish I was tall.” But I hate that being tall usually means you have big feet and can never find shoes your size or long enough jeans or pants. What has surprised you the most about the transition to college basketball? I knew I was going to be put to work, so I was expecting it, but it’s still pretty tough. Also you need to really have great time management.

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OVERALL STATISTICS Record: 22-11 • Home: 12-2 • Away: 6-8 • Neutral: 4-1 Conference USA: 12-4 • Home: 7-1 • Away: 5-3 Player 2 Daniels, D’Nay..... 21 Wiley, Chelsie..... 10 Patrick, Aisha..... 23 Caldwell, Jelisa... 5 Carter, Gevenia.... 11 Kelly, Ashia....... 55 Jones, Erika....... 3 Mealing, Angelica.. 15 Davis, Racine...... 22 Judge, Aarika...... 1 Montalvo, Leo...... 25 Green, Sarah....... 40 Paige, Leah........ TEAM............... Total.............. Opponents..........

gp-gs 33-33 33-33 32-32 33-30 33-2 33-23 33-4 18-1 31-6 19-0 15-0 22-0 32-1

min 948 1061 1004 931 481 669 479 312 212 137 78 168 170

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avg 28.7 32.2 31.4 28.2 14.6 20.3 14.5 17.3 6.8 7.2 5.2 7.6 5.3

fg-fga 181-359 146-406 117-261 118-318 62-199 59-153 42-101 25-85 12-34 10-43 4-15 10-32 6-15

792-2021 .392 754-1899 .397

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game WINNING STREAK Home win streak ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game SCORE BY PERIODS UCF Opponents

fg% .504 .360 .448 .371 .312 .386 .416 .294 .353 .233 .267 .313 .400

UCF 2255 68.3 +6.6 792-2021 .392 197-570 .346 6.0 474-682 .695 14.4 1358 41.2 +4.3 393 11.9 501 15.2 +2.1 0.8 291 8.8 56 1.7 0 4 6724 14-480 1ST 1071 949

2ND 1164 1067

OT 20 20

3fg-fga 3-10 80-223 11-27 39-116 18-59 34-80 0-0 3-18 0-0 7-27 2-10 0-0 0-0

3fg% .300 .359 .407 .336 .305 .425 .000 .167 .000 .259 .200 .000 .000

197-570 .346 142-453 .313

OPP 2036 61.7 754-1899 .397 142-453 .313 4.3 386-580 .666 11.7 1217 36.9 428 13.0 569 17.2 0.8 224 6.8 144 4.4 18671 14-1040 5-822 TOTAL 2255 2036

ft-fta 104-138 90-112 96-141 52-66 49-72 18-31 16-41 20-28 14-25 2-4 12-17 1-2 0-5

ft% .754 .804 .681 .788 .681 .581 .390 .714 .560 .500 .706 .500 .000

474-682 .695 386-580 .666

DATE !11/13/10 !11/19/10 !11/20/10 #11/26/10 #11/27/10 11/30/10 12/5/10 12/7/10 12/15/10 12/20/10 12/22/10 12/29/10 1/2/11 *1/6/11 *1/9/11 *1/13/11 *1/16/11 *1/20/11 *1/23/11 *1/27/11 *1/30/11 *2/06/11 *2/10/11 *2/13/11 *2/17/11 *2/20/11 *2/24/11 *2/27/11 *3/3/11 %3/10/11 %3/11/11 %3/12/11 $3/19/11

off 127 20 92 47 15 39 54 5 29 4 2 15 11 80 540 419

def 128 51 168 89 29 91 85 28 31 16 9 18 15 60 818 798

tot 255 71 260 136 44 130 139 33 60 20 11 33 26 140 1358 1217

avg 7.7 2.2 8.1 4.1 1.3 3.9 4.2 1.8 1.9 1.1 0.7 1.5 0.8 4.2 41.2 36.9

OPPONENT at Florida vs. Iona at James Madison RICHMOND WKU at Savannah State at FIU MIDDLE TENNESSEE at Florida State JACKSONVILLE at Wright State TENNESSEE TECH VALDOSTA STATE at Rice Owls SOUTHERN MISS UAB at SMU at Memphis MARSHALL HOUSTON at East Carolina at Tulsa UTEP at Marshall TULANE EAST CAROLINA at UAB at Southern Miss MEMPHIS vs. UAB vs. Memphis vs. Tulane vs. Ohio State

pf 75 64 62 31 36 78 58 30 35 10 12 29 18

dq 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0

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SCORE 67-77 59-48 78-82 79-53 66-55 54-56 74-65 73-77 51-69 92-59 65-73 79-69 72-44 81-68 67-43 65-55 63-70 53-74 68-40 68-71 58-65 61-48 68-65 71-59 73-69 69-52 53-50 72-65 70-52 51-47 81-63 85-73 69-80

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pts 469 462 341 327 191 170 100 73 38 29 22 21 12

avg 14.2 14.0 10.7 9.9 5.8 5.2 3.0 4.1 1.2 1.5 1.5 1.0 0.4

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Date 11/13/10 11/19/10 11/20/10 11/26/10 11/27/10 11/30/10 12/5/10 12/7/10 12/15/10 12/20/10 12/22/10 12/29/10 1/2/11 1/6/11 1/9/11 1/13/11 1/16/11 1/20/11 1/23/11 1/27/11 01/30/11 02/06/11 2/10/11 2/13/11 2/17/11 2/20/11 2/24/11 02/27/11 3/3/11 03/10/11 03/11/11 03/12/11 3/19/11

Score L, 67-77 W, 59-48 L 78-82 (OT) W, 79-53 W, 66-55 L, 54-56 W, 74-65 L, 73-77 L, 51-69 W, 92-59 L, 65-73 W, 79-69 W, 72-44 W, 81-68 W, 67-43 W, 65-55 L, 63-70 L, 53-74 W, 68-40 L, 68-71 L, 58-65 W, 61-48 W, 68-65 W, 71-59 W, 73-69 (OT) W, 69-52 W, 53-50 W, 72-65 W, 70-52 W, 51-47 W, 81-63 W, 85-73 L, 69-80

Total fg-fga fg g (pct) 26 26-77 (.338) 21-62 (.339) 21 24-68 (.353) 24 26 26-57 (.456) 23 23-60 (.383) 19 19-53 (.358 30-55 (.545) 30 21-56 (.375) 21 19-61 (.311) 19 34-72 (.472) 34 21-66 (.318) 21 28-59 (.475) 28 28-64 (.438) 28 27-62 (.435) 27 26-62 (.419) 26 19-49 (.388) 19 23-56 (.411) 23 21-64 (.328) 21 27-58 (.466) 27 22-70 (.314) 22 22-61 (.361) 22 24-60 (.400) 24 22-58 (.379) 22 27-63 (.429) 27 24-73 24 (.329) 22-70 22 (.314) 19-52 (.365) 19 21-54 (.389) 21 30-58 (.517) 30 16-50 (.320) 16 24-57 (.421) 24 31-71 (.437) 31 25-63 (.397) 25

3-Pointers 3fg-fga (pct) 5-16 (.313) 4-14 (.286) 10-27 (.370) 8-18 (.444) 2-10 (.200) 4-15 (.267) 4-10 (.400) 3-11 (.273) 2-18 (.111) 6-16 (.375) 10-26 (.385) 3-12 (.250) 5-17 (.294) 3-8 (.375) 6-18 (.333) 3-11 (.273) 6-19 (.316) 3-15 (.200) 9-15 (.600) 7-18 (.389) 3-14 (.214) 6-15 (.400) 10-24 (.417) 9-21 (.429) 7-26 (.269) 7-21 (.333) 3-17 (.176) 10-26 (.385) 9-22 (.409) 5-12 (.417) 11-20 (.550) 6-19 (.316) 8-19 (.421)

Free throws ft-fta (pct) 10-19 (.526) 13-20 (.650) 20-27 (.741) 19-25 (.760) 18-25 (.720) 12-22 (.545) 10-14 (.714) 28-34 (.824) 11-19 (.579) 18-27 (.667) 13-18 (.722) 20-26 (.769) 11-16 (.688) 24-37 (.649) 9-13 (.692) 24-27 (.889) 11-16 (.688) 8-15 (.533) 5-9 (.556) 17-23 (.739) 11-20 (.550) 7-12 (.583) 14-19 (.737) 8-14 (.571) 18-24 (.750) 18-27 (.667) 12-18 (.667) 20-23 (.870) 1-2 (.500) 14-19 (.737) 22-35 (.629) 17-25 (.680) 11-12 (.917)

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Rebounds off def 24 17 17 31 21 30 12 33 15 25 15 17 29 12 22 13 24 17 23 28 18 15 25 13 16 30 29 13 19 26 14 23 17 13 17 17 11 26 21 24 25 16 26 18 18 21 26 15 22 27 28 27 27 12 14 17 12 24 11 30 18 28 20 25 24 15

tot 41 48 51 45 40 32 41 35 41 51 33 38 46 42 45 37 30 34 37 45 41 44 39 41 49 55 39 31 36 41 46 45 39

avg av 41.0 41 44.5 44 46.7 46 46.2 46 45.0 45 42 42.8 42.6 42 41.6 41 41.6 41 42.5 42 41.6 41 41.3 41 41.7 41 41.7 41 41.9 41 41.6 41 40.9 40 40.6 40 40.4 40 40.6 40 40.6 40 40.8 40 40.7 40 40.7 40 41.0 41 41.6 41 41.5 41 41.1 41 40.9 40 40.9 40 41.1 41 41.2 41 41.2 41

pf 20 16 20 13 15 12 12 23 22 21 19 14 13 17 14 16 21 18 15 21 17 9 16 16 20 19 15 12 11 9 16 17 19

a 8 12 11 16 6 9 15 8 6 17 13 12 16 14 15 7 10 8 23 10 7 13 15 14 10 13 10 15 18 7 15 10 10

t/o blk stl pts 15 2 8 67 15 1 7 59 21 0 4 78 12 3 8 79 9 1 6 66 9 1 8 54 21 1 12 74 20 2 13 73 22 5 8 51 18 3 13 92 12 2 7 65 15 2 8 79 13 1 11 72 11 2 16 81 16 6 5 67 14 1 15 65 17 2 11 63 20 1 13 53 14 3 11 68 14 1 9 68 16 2 10 58 18 2 7 61 16 3 7 68 15 1 7 71 13 1 9 73 15 1 9 69 11 2 6 53 12 0 8 72 21 2 9 70 10 0 5 51 16 0 4 81 12 2 11 85 18 0 6 69

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Individual Game-by-Game Highs Opponent at Florida

Date 11/13/10

Score L, 67-77

Points 19-PATRICK, Aisha

Rebounds 7-DANIELS, D’Nay

Assists 2-DANIELS, D’Nay PATRICK, Aisha

vs Iona at James Madison None

11/19/10 11/20/10

W, 59-48 13-WILEY, Chelsie L, 78-82 (OT)

12-PATRICK, Aisha 19-WILEY, Chelsie

5-PATRICK, Aisha 14-PATRICK, Aisha

RICHMOND

11/26/10

W, 79-53

22-WILEY, Chelsie

12-PATRICK, Aisha

PATRICK, Aisha 7-PATRICK, Aisha

WKU

11/27/10

W, 66-55

20-PATRICK, Aisha

10-DANIELS, D’Nay

3-PATRICK, Aisha

at Savannah State

11/30/10

L, 54-56

17-PATRICK, Aisha

7-PATRICK, Aisha

3-WILEY, Chelsie

at FIU MIDDLE TENNESSEE

12/5/10 12/7/10

W, 74-65 L, 73-77

25-DANIELS, D’Nay 17-WILEY, Chelsie

5-PATRICK, Aisha 4-MEALING, Angelica

at Florida State

12/15/10

L, 51-69

17-DANIELS, D’Nay

9-DANIELS, D’Nay 7-DANIELS, D’Nay PATRICK, Aisha 8-DANIELS, D’Nay

JACKSONVILLE

12/20/10

W, 92-59

30-CALDWELL, Jelisa 9-JONES, Erika

2-MEALING, Angelica PATRICK, Aisha 5-PATRICK, Aisha

at Wright State

12/22/10

L, 65-73

21-CALDWELL, Jelisa 10-DANIELS, D’Nay

3-PATRICK, Aisha

TENNESSEE TECH

12/29/10

W, 79-69

24-WILEY, Chelsie

8-PATRICK, Aisha

9-PATRICK, Aisha

VALDOSTA STATE

1/2/11

W, 72-44

18-DANIELS, D’Nay

8-KELLY, Ashia

5-PATRICK, Aisha

at Rice Owls

1/6/11

W, 81-68

1/9/11

W, 67-43

6-MEALING, Angelica

2-WILEY, Chelsie

UAB

1/13/11

W, 65-55

8-DANIELS, D’Nay PATRICK, Aisha 10-DANIELS, D’Nay PATRICK, Aisha 11-PATRICK, Aisha

4-MEALING, Angelica

SOUTHERN MISS

21-PATRICK, Aisha DANIELS, D’Nay 16-DANIELS, D’Nay

2-DANIELS, D’Nay PATRICK, Aisha 5-CALDWELL, Jelisa

5-PATRICK, Aisha

at SMU

1/16/11

L, 63-70

at Memphis MARSHALL

1/20/11 1/23/11

L ,53-74 W, 68-40

1/27/11 01/30/11

L, 68-71 L, 58-65

4-CALDWELL, Jelisa 6-PATRICK, Aisha WILEY, Chelsie 5-PATRICK, Aisha 5-PATRICK, Aisha

3-PATRICK, Aisha 4-PATRICK, Aisha

HOUSTON at East Carolina

9-PATRICK, Aisha DANIELS, D’Nay 14-DANIELS, D’Nay 8-DANIELS, D’Nay 19-DANIELS, D’Nay 7-DANIELS, D’Nay PATRICK, Aisha 22-CARTER, Gevenia 12-PATRICK, Aisha 16-DANIELS, D’Nay 9-DANIELS, D’Nay

3-WILEY, Chelsie PATRICK, Aisha 4-PATRICK, Aisha

at Tulsa

02/06/11

W, 61-48

18-WILEY, Chelsie

9-JONES, Erika

UTEP

2/10/11

W, 68-65

26-WILEY, Chelsie

8-PATRICK, Aisha

at Marshall

2/13/11

W, 71-59

19-WILEY, Chelsie

11-DANIELS, D’Nay

TULANE EAST CAROLINA

2/17/11 2/20/11

W, 73-69 (OT)17-DANIELS, D’Nay W, 69-52 17-KELLY, Ashia

at UAB

2/24/11

W, 53-50

10-CARTER, Gevenia 10-JONES, Erika

3-PATRICK, Aisha

at Southern Miss

02/27/11

W, 72-65

18-WILEY, Chelsie

8-PATRICK, Aisha

6-CALDWELL, Jelisa

MEMPHIS

3/3/11

W, 70-52

19-WILEY, Chelsie

8-KELLY, Ashia

9-PATRICK, Aisha

vs UAB

03/10/11

W, 51-47

18-DANIELS, D’Nay

9-PATRICK, Aisha

vs Memphis vs Tulane

03/11/11 03/12/11

W, 81-63 W, 85-73

2-CALDWELL, Jelisa 7-PATRICK, Aisha

vs Ohio State

3/19/11

L, 69-80

21-WILEY, Chelsie 11-DANIELS, D’Nay 27-CALDWELL, Jelisa 12-CALDWELL, Jelisa PATRICK, Aisha 16-KELLY, Ashia 10-DANIELS, D’Nay DANIELS, D’Nay

2-PATRICK, Aisha CARTER, Gevenia WILEY, Chelsie 7-PATRICK, Aisha 6-PATRICK, Aisha 6-PATRICK, Aisha

5-CARTER, Gevenia

17-WILEY, Chelsie PATRICK, Aisha 17-DANIELS, D’Nay

15-PATRICK, Aisha 13-PATRICK, Aisha

4-CALDWELL, Jelisa PATRICK, Aisha WILEY, Chelsie 3-WILEY, Chelsie CALDWELL, Jelisa PATRICK, Aisha 3-DANIELS, D’Nay CARTER, Gevenia WILEY, Chelsie 4-PATRICK, Aisha 6-PATRICK, Aisha

Steals Blocked shots 3-PATRICK, Aisha 1-DANIELS, D’Nay WILEY, Chelsie DAVIS, Racine CARTER, Gevenia 3-CALDWELL, Jelisa 1-DANIELS, D’Nay 4-MEALING, Angelica 4-PATRICK, Aisha 2-CALDWELL, Jelisa PAIGE, Leah 2-PATRICK, Aisha DANIELS, D’Nay 2-CARTER, Gevenia CALDWELL, Jelisa 4-PATRICK, Aisha 3-DANIELS, D’Nay PATRICK, Aisha 2-MEALING, Angelica KELLY, Ashia 3-PATRICK, Aisha 2-PATRICK, Aisha CARTER, Gevenia 3-PATRICK, Aisha

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1-JONES, Erika KELLY, Ashia

1-DANIELS, D’Nay 1-DANIELS, D’Nay 2-KELLY, Ashia None 1-JONES, Erika KELLY, Ashia None None 1-CARTER, Gevenia JONES, Erika None

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Coach Judy Martino Nancy Sirmons Nancy Sirmons Sharon Adamson Joe Sanchez Joe Sanchez Joe Sanchez Joe Sanchez Nancy Little Nancy Little Beverly Knight Beverly Knight Beverly Knight Beverly Knight Gail Falkenberg Jerry Richardson Jerry Richardson Jerry Richardson Jerry Richardson Lynn Bria Lynn Bria Lynn Bria Gail Striegler Gail Striegler Gail Striegler Gail Striegler Gail Striegler Gail Striegler Gail Striegler Gail Striegler Joi Williams Joi Williams Joi Williams Joi Williams

Record 10-11 17-5 23-9 13-10 24-15 25-5 23-7 20-10 13-15 3-23 4-23 11-17 7-20 10-15 10-18 4-24 12-15 11-16 15-14 13-15 17-11 20-10 9-20 10-18 17-13 19-11 17-13 19-10 7-21 8-22 10-20 17-17 11-16 22-11

Pct. .476 .772 .719 .565 .615 .833 .767 .667 .464 .115 .148 .393 .259 .400 .357 .143 .444 .407 .517 .464 .607 .667 .310 .357 .567 .633 .567 .655 .250 .267 .333 .500 .407 .667

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Sunshine State Sunshine State Sunshine State

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5-7 1-11 1-11 2-10 3-9 4-9 5-11 3-9 8-4 7-9 7-8 9-7 11-5 13-3 5-13 8-10 13-7 13-3 14-6 16-4 5-11 3-13 3-14 11-5 7-9 12-4

Notes Division II Affiliation Division II Affiliation; Third in the state of Florida Division II AIAW Small College Championship Division II Affiliation National AIAW Division I Quarterfinals NCAA Division II Tournament First Round NCAA Division II Tournament First Round First Year of Division I Affiliation - Independent NSWAC Tournament First Round NSWAC Tournament First Round NSWAC Tournament First Round NSWAC Tournament First Round Sun Belt Tournament First Round A-Sun Tournament Quarterfinals (No. 7 seed) A-Sun Tournament Semifinals (No. 3 seed) A-Sun Tournament Semifinals (No. 6 seed) A-Sun Tournament Champs; NCAA First Round A-Sun Tournament Semifinals (No. 4 seed) A-Sun Tournament Semifinals (No. 2 seed) A-Sun Tournament Champs; NCAA First Round A-Sun Tournament Semifinals (No. 10 seed) A-Sun Tournament Quarterfinals (No. 6 seed) A-Sun Tournament Quarterfinals (No. 4 seed) A-Sun Tournament Finals (No. 1 seed) A-Sun Tournament Finals (No. 4 seed) A-Sun Tournament Semifinals (No. 1 seed) C-USA Tournament First Round (No. 11 seed) C-USA Tournament First Round (No. 11 seed) C-USA Tournament First Round (No. 12 seed) C-USA Tournament Champions (No. 5 seed) C-USA Tournament Second Round (No. 8 seed) C-USA Tournament Champions (No.2 seed)

L TTIME COACHING RECORDS LL ALL-TIME Coach Judy Martino Nancy Simons Sharon Adamson Joe Sanchez Nancy Little Beverly Knight Gail Falkenberg Jerry Richardson Lynn Bria Gail Striegler Joi Williams Total

Seasons 1977-78 1978-80 1980-81 1981-85 1985-87 1987-91 1991-92 1992-96 1996-99 1999-07 2007-pres.

Years 1 2 1 4 2 4 1 4 3 8 4 34

Record 10-11 40-14 13-10 92-37 16-38 32-75 10-18 42-69 50-36 106-128 60-64 471-500

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F Meg Fahey..........................1980-81 Kate Fetzek.........................1995-99 Elizabeth Fieser ................2005-07 Stephanie Finley ..............1994-96 Kathy Finnucan ................1978-79 Karin Fischer ......................1979-80 Laura Foley.........................1983-84 Trudee Foltz .......................1989-90 Rebecca Foss .....................1980-81 Cindy Frank ........................1978-82 Lonnette Frazier ...............1992-95

B Ashlee Ballance ................1999-01 Linda Battle........................1981-82 Debby Batz.........................1990-94 Candace Bennett .............1993-94 Adrienne Billings..............2000-04 Bryeasha Blair ........2011-pres. Gayle Blutcher ..................1979-81 Kristy Boston .....................1977-79 Kelly Bradley ......................1988-90 Susan Brase ........................1981-84 Tina Brawley ......................1987-88 Missy Briscoe .....................1992-94 Annessa Brown.................1988-89 Vera Brown.........................1977-81 Kristy Burns ........................1984-86

G Sandy Gast .........................1977-78 Tara Gibson ........................1992-94 Patty Goetschius ..............1988-89 Juliana Gomes ..................2005-07 Kim Goroum ......................1984-85 LaToya Graham .................1997-01 Brinda Green .....................1988-92 Sarah Green............2010-pres. Khaliah Guillory ................1998-02

C Jelisa Caldwell...................2007-11 Jeralyn Campbell .............2003-05 Laura Campbell ................1986-88 Perla Campbell .................1993-96 Emma Cannon ..................2007-10 Julie Cardinale ..................1985-87 Dana Carr...........................1991-92 Gevenia Carter......... 2009-pres. Courtney Chesser ............2005-06 Diane Clark.........................2006-07 Jennifer Clark ....................1992-93 Tamika Coley ........ 1991-92,93-96 Kristy Colligan ...................2000-03 Sarah Connell ....................1977-78 Lanetra Cooks ...................2000-02 Charmaine Cox .................1987-89 DeAnn Craft .......................1984-87 Melissa Crandall ...............1987-88 Shante Cummings...........2006-07 D D’Nay Daniels....................2007-11 Nicole Dauria .................1989-90, 91-92 Chariya Davis.....................1995-99 Racine Davis ............. 2008-pres. Leslie Deaton ....................1998-00 Stacey DeVeaux................1993-98 Ashley Dixon .....................1989-90 Donna Douglas ................1978-79 Tricia Duncan ....................1989-94 Nicole Dunson ..................2000-01 E Michele Eck ........................1986-87 Kelli Ely ................................1997-99 Kathlynn Eshoo ................1984-86 Kelly Evans .........................1993-94 52

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L LaDonna Larry ..................1996-00 Jimera Lee ..........................2006-07 Rochelle Lee ......................1983-85 Tia Lewis .............................2007-08 Kelly Lincoln ......................1988-90 Amber Long.......................2004-08 Kala Loomis .......................1989-92 Luz Lopez ...........................1991-92 M Anu Mahlamaeki..............1997-98 Sonja Manley ...........1979-80, 81-82 Alison Marquez ................1995-96 MerriAnne McCall............1996-97 Catrina McCants ...............1984-85 Chat McClendon ..............1995-99 Molly McGriff.....................2000-01 Tudor McIntyre .................1979-80 Angelica Mealing .................2007-11 Leanne Mettel ...................1977-78 Jenni Metz ..........................1992-93 Keunta Miles......................2003-07 Chiquita Miller ..................1984-85 Cassie Milner .....................2003-04 Becky Monachino ............1982-83 Leo Montalvo .............2010-pres. Kelli Murray ........................1994-98 N Sally Nemes .......................1977-78 Paula Nesbitt .....................1998-00 Marcia Newsome1977-79, 80-81 Nina Nunes ........................1987-91 Lisa Nuxol ...........................1992-93 O Lori Oldham .......................1983-85 Wynetta Ollie ....................1994-96 Rhonda Ooten ..................1998-99 P Erin Paige ............................1999-03 Leah Paige ..........................2007-21 Valeri Parks .........................1985-86 Loretta Pate .......................1984-87 Aisha Patrick............. 2008-pres. Susan Patz ..........................1982-86 Nikki Persons .....................1986-87 Tari Phillips .........................1990-91 Ebony Philmore ................1991-92 Susan Prehn .......................1979-82 La Tonya Portee ................1994-95 Debbie Putzi ......................1981-83 Patty Pyle .............. 1978-79, 80-81 R Terri Ray ..............................1977-78 Stacey Reynolds ...............1979-80 Yolanda Rhodes ...............1988-92 Nancy Richter....................1997-00 Ali Roberts..........................2001-05 FayettaRobinson......1984-85,86-87,88-89 Regan Rockwell ................1992-93 Valerie Roessler ................1984-85

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Free Throw Pct. (50 attempts) 2010-11 Chelsie Wiley .804 (90-112) 2009-10 Chelsie Wiley .787 (58-61) 2008-09 Angelica Mealing .809 (72-89) 2007-08 Chelsie Wiley .694 (68-98) 2006-07 Keunta Miles .540 (54-100) 2005-06 Shelby Weber .831 (54-65) 2004-05 Shelby Weber .820 (41-50) 2003-04 Celeste Hudson .793 (96-121) 2002-03 Marvelous Washington.720 (72-100) 2001-02 Jessica Scala .765 (52-68) 2000-01 Marvelous Washington.711 (54-76) 1999-01 Erin Paige .686 (48-70) 1998-99 Chariya Davis .797 (141-177) 1997-98 Chariya Davis .801 (141-176) 1996-97 Chat McClendon .763 (45-59) 1995-96 Shantrice Saxon .620 (44-71) 1994-95 Wynetta Ollie .739 (51-69) 1993-94 Missy Briscoe .804 (45-56) 1992-93 Missy Briscoe .811 (77-95) 1991-92 Debby Batz .773 (68-88) 1990-91 Tari Phillips .616 (93-151) 1989-90 Kelly Bradley .776 (59-76) 1988-89 Stark Welch .857 (48-56) 1987-88 Marni Schmidt .709 (61-86) 1986-87 DeAnn Craft .922 (94-102) 1985-86 Kristy Burns .814 (105-129) 1984-85 DeAnn Craft .789 (56-71) 1983-84 Rochelle Lee .750 (60-80) 1982-83 Karen Harvey .747 (68-91) 1981-82 Teresa Tinsley .686 (59-86) 1980-81 Meg Fahey .745 (105-141) 1979-80 Mary Holapa .767 (56-73) 1978-79 Laura Smith .651 (41-63) 1978-79 Donna Springer .651 (56-86) 1977-78 Kristy Boston .661 (39-59) Three Point Pct (Min 30 Attempts) 2010-11 Chelsie Wiley .359 (80-223) 2009-10 Marshay White .345 (30-87) 2008-09 Chelsie Wiley .410 (73-178) 2007-08 Angelica Mealing .317 (19-60) 2006-07 Francine Houston .381 (82-215) 2005-06 Francine Houston .361 (78-216) 2004-05 Celeste Hudson .357 (45-126) 2003-04 Celeste Hudson .348 (70-201 2002-03 Celeste Hudson .412 (42-102) 2001-02 Jessica Scala .446 (50-112) 2000-01 Lanetra Cooks .353 (47-133) 1999-00 Diana Hill .389 (28-51) 1998-99 Kate Fetzek .453 (34-75) 1997-98 Nancy Richter .441 (26-59) 1996-97 Kelli Murray .326 (28-86) 1995-96 Priscilla Smith .333 (27-81) 1994-95 Priscilla Smith .277 (28-101) 1993-94 Tara Gibson .316 (12-38) 1992-93 Tara Gibson .385 (30-78) 1991-92 Brinda Green .313 (15-48) 1990-91 Tari Phillips .371 (13-35) 1989-90 Kelly Lincoln .455 (15-45) 1988-89 Stark Welch .400 (18-45) 1987-88 Sherry Asplen .352 (32-91)

Assists 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-93 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1977-79

Aisha Patrick Angelica Mealing Angelica Mealing Marshay White Celeste Hudson Lashaunda Slade LaShay King Lashaunda Slade LaShay King Shayla Smith Jessica Scala Yvette Ash Diana Hill Chariya Davis Chariya Davis Chariya Davis Chariya Davis Priscilla Smith Missy Briscoe Tara Gibson Brinda Green Tracey Stowe Tracey Stowe Brinda Green Anita Terlecky Julie Cardinale Julie Cardinale DeAnn Craft Karen Harvey Karen Harvey Karen Harvey Marcie Swilley Dale Zimmerman N/A

Rebounds 2010-11 Aisha Patrick 2009-10 Emma Cannon 2008-09 Emma Cannon 2007-08 Tia Lewis 2006-07 Keunta Miles 2005-06 Shelby Weber 2004-05 Shelby Weber 2003-04 Takira Allen 2002-03 Erin Paige 2001-02 Ali Roberts 2000-01 Adrienne Billings 1999-00 LaToya Graham 1998-99 Chariya Davis 1997-98 Stacey DeVeaux 1996-97 Shantrice Saxon 1995-96 Tamika Coley 1994-95 Tamika Coley 1993-94 Tamika Coley 1992-93 Lonnette Frazier 1991-92 Tamika Coley 1990-91 Tari Phillips 1989-90 Jill Killen 1988-89 Fayetta Robinson 1987-88 Marni Schmidt 1986-87 Fayetta Robinson 1985-86 Christine Strahl 1984-85 Susan Patz 1983-84 Dorine VanTongeren 1982-83 Dorine VanTongeren 1981-82 Andrea Jackson 1980-81 Susan Prehn 1979-80 Sonja Manley

134 104 112 99 79 79 128 118 116 86 116 70 77 157 121 112 141 83 113 137 122 75 135 70 107 161 254 120 142 59 171 123 122

260 249 393 345 204 196 195 205 190 198 182 186 184 163 218 307 299 325 197 280 261 226 251 222 233 171 196 244 235 316 183 204

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TAMIKA COLEY 1991-92, 93-96 2,006 points

SUSAN PATZ 1982-86 1,587 points

CHARIYA DAVIS 1995-99 1,517 points

YOLANDA RHODES 1988-92 1,322 points

KRISTY BURNS 1982-86 1,154 points

EMMA CANNON 2007-2010 1,154 points

GYLAUNDA HENDERSON 1993-97 1,089 points , p

FRANCINE HOUSTON 2004-07 1,064 points

TAKIRA ALLEN 2001-05 1,048 points

CELESTE HUDSON 2002-05, 06-07 1,048 points

ALI ROBERTS 2001-05 1,034 points

MARCIE SWILEY 1979-83 1,017 points

CHELSIE WILEY 2006-10 1,531 points

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:20(1·6%$6.(7%$// Most Points 1. Tari Phillips vs. Lamar (2/9/91) .....................45 2. Tari Phillips vs. Texas Pan-Am (2/7/91)......41 3. Tari Phillips vs. Stetson (3/1/91) ..................37 Susan Patz vs. Harvard (12/19/83) .............37 5. Shantrice Saxon vs. Miss. Valley St. (11/30/96).. 36 DeAnn Craft vs. Tulane (1/18/87) ...............36 Kristy Burns vs. Mercer (2/6/86) ..................36 Dorine VanTongeren vs. St. Leo (2/10/84) ... 36 9. Kristy Burns vs. Arkansas (2/13/85)............35 Kristy Burns vs. Queens (12/30/84) ............35 Most Rebounds 1. Tari Phillips vs. Texas Pan-Am (2/7/91)......23 2. Marni Schmidt vs. Cheney (1/16/88) .........22 3. Tamika Coley vs. Jacksonville St. (3/2/96) 21 4. Emma Cannon at Memphis (1/8/09) .........20 Emma Cannon at SMU (2/7/09) ..................20 Emma Cannon vs. Memphis (1/15/10) .....20 Shantrice Saxon vs. Miss. Valley St.(11/30/96) .. 20 Tamika Coley vs. Ga. Southern (12/3/94) ......20 Tamika Coley vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22/94)...20 Sonya Manley vs. Livingston (3/6/80) .......20 Cynthia Jacobs vs. Florida (1/25/78)..........20 Most Assists 1. Karen Harvey vs. Rollins (2/23/84) .............16 2. Julie Cardinale vs. Marist (1/8/86) ..............15 3. Vivian Weaver vs. UAB (2/11/91) .................14 Tracey Stowe vs. FIU (1/13/90) ....................14 Julie Cardinale vs. South Carolina (2/17/86)..14 6. Aisha Patrick vs. East Carolina (1/29/09) ......13 Four others tied with ......................................13 Most Steals 1. Anita Terlecky vs. Florida A&M (2/22/88) .10 Terri Jo Wendt vs. Miami (12/4/86) ............10 Rochelle Lee vs. Delaware State (12/28/84).... 10 4. LaShay King at Troy (12/11/05) ..................... 9 Andrea Jackson vs. Rollins (2/12/82) ........... 9 6. Five tied with ....................................................... 8 Most Blocks 1. Meg Schuler vs. Livingston (3/14/82) .......11 2. Shelby Weber vs. Colgate (12/18/04) .......... 8 3. Ali Roberts vs. Gardner-Webb (2/17/05) .... 7 Shelby Weber at Jacksonville (1/29/05) ..... 7 Ali Roberts vs. Jacksonville (2/21/02).......... 7 Ali Roberts at North Texas (12/17/01) ......... 7 Shannon King vs. Coastal Carolina (12/29/88) ....... 7 8. Adrienne Billings vs. TAMUCC (12/21/02).. 6 Ali Roberts vs. Stetson (2/23/02) .................. 6 Ali Roberts at Florida Atlantic (1/9/02) ....... 6 Meg Schuler vs. Flagler (1/16/82) ................. 6 Most Free Throws Made 1. Chariya Davis vs. Stetson (3/4/99)..............14 Meg Fahey vs. Wright State (1/15/81) .......14 3. Meg Fahey vs. Miami (2/6/81) .....................13 Aisha Patrick vs. UAB (1/13/11) ...........13 5. Chelsie Wiley vs. UAB (3/1/09) .....................12 Dorine VanTongeren vs. St. Leo (2/10/84) .....12 Dorine VanTongeren vs. W.Carolina (12/4/82).... 12 6. Nine tied with...................................................... 11 Most Three-Point FGs Made 1. Chelsie Wiley vs. Ole Miss (12/20/08) .......... 8 Francine Houston at Memphis (2/17/07) .. 8 Francine Houston vs. Tulsa (2/4/07) ............ 8 4. Chelsie Wiley vs. Marshall (1/31/09) ............ 7 58

‡&86$&KDPSLRQ‡&86$&KDPSLRQ‡1&$$7RXUQDPHQW$SSHDUDQFHV Chelsie Wiley at UTEP (2/24/10) .................... 7 Francine Houston at Marshall (1/20/06) .... 7 Francine Houston vs. Princeton (11/26/05)......7 Celeste Hudson vs. Campbell (2/19/04)..... 7 Lanetra Cooks vs. Mississippi (12/22/01) ... 7 Kelli Ely vs. Samford (2/13/99) ....................... 7 10. Ten tied with ........................................................ 6 Most Field Goals Made 1. Tari Phillips vs. Lamar (2/9/91) .....................18 Tari Phillips vs. Texas Pan-Am (2/7/91)......18 3. Kristy Burns vs. Queens (12/30/84) ............17 4. Tari Phillips vs. Stetson (3/1/91) ..................15 Kristy Burns vs. Furman (11/29/85) ............15 Susan Patz vs. Rollins (2/23/84) ...................15 Rochelle Lee vs. Eckerd (2/18/84)...............15 8. Nine tied with ...............................................................14 Most Field Goals Attempted 1. Anita Terlecky vs. Georgia State (1/11/88) ....30 Kristy Burns vs. South Carolina (2/17/86) 30 3. Tari Phillips vs. Lamar (2/9/91) .....................29 4. Tamika Coley vs. Jacksonville State (3/2/96)..... 28 5. Tari Phillips vs. Stetson (3/1/91) ..................27 Kristy Burns vs. Arkansas (12/13/85) .........27 Meg Fahey vs. Flagler (2/26/81) ..................27 Cindy Frank vs. Flagler (1/31/79) ................27 9. Five tied with.................................................................26 Best FG Percentage (Min. 8 Attempts) 1. Gayle Blutcher (2/16/80) ............................. 1.000 vs. Fla. Southern (8-8) 2. Shelby Weber (2/19/06) .................................917 vs. Memphis (11-12) 3. Emma Cannon (1/26/09) .......................... .900 vs. Memphis, (9-10) Christine Strahl (12/18/85)............................. .900 vs. Youngstown St. (9-10) 5. Shelby Weber at UAB (1/29/06)..... .889 (8-9) 6. Emma Cannon (12/31/08)......................... .875 at Florida St. (7-8) 7. Four others tied with ........................ .875 (7-8) Most Free Throws Attempted 1. Gayle Blutcher vs. Florida (2/16/81) .........19 2. Meg Fahey vs. Miami (2/6/81) .....................18 3. Gayle Blutcher vs. Stetson (12/15/80).......17 4. Chariya Davis vs. Stetson (3/4/99)..............16 Tamika Coley vs. Ga. Southern (12/3/94).16 Meg Fahey vs. Wright State (1/15/81) .......16 7. LaDonna Larry vs. Radford (7/21/97) ....... 15 Anita Terlecky vs. Georgia State (1/11/88) ..... 15 Gayle Blutcher vs. Florida State (12/12/80). 15 Aisha Patrick vs. UAB (1/13/11) ...........15 11. Angelica Mealing vs. SMU (3/7/09)............14 Two tied with............................................................ 14

Aisha Patrick Best 3FG Percentage (Min. 6 Attempts) 1. Chelsie Wiley vs. Ole Miss (12/20/08).....889 (8-9) 2. Francine Houston vs. Tulsa (2/4/07).....800 (8-10) 3. Chelsie Wiley vs. Marshall (1/31/09)....778 (7-9) 4. Celeste Hudson at Georgia State (2/10/05)....750 (6-8) Lanetra Cooks vs. Jacksonville St. (3/2/02) .....750 (6-8) 6. Francine Houston vs. Belmont (12/2/04) ......714 (5-7) 7. Chelsie Wiley at UTEP (1/24/10).........700 (7-10) 8. ClaudiaJohnsonvs.SouthernMiss(11/26/04) ..667(4-6) Priscilla Smith vs. BCU (1/31/96) ... .667 (4-6) Julie Cardinale vs. Ga. Southern (2/20/87) . .667 (4-6)

Best FT Percentage (Min. 9 Attempts) 1. Chelsie Wiley vs. FAU(11/22/08) ............. 10-10 Kelli Ely vs. Stetson (2/20/99) ................ 10-10 Most 3FGs Attempted Missy Briscoe vs. LSU (12/19/92).......... 10-10 1. Lanetra Cooks vs. Campbell (1/24/02)......18 Francine Houston at Memphis (2/17/07) ....16 DeAnn Craft vs. W. Michigan (11/29/86)....10-10 Francine Houston vs. Marshall (1/20/06).....16 Karen Harvey vs. FSU (12/5/83) ............ 10-10 Meg Fahey vs. St. Leo (1/29/80) ........... 10-10 4. Francine Houston vs. SMU (3/1/07) ...........15 Priscilla Smith vs. FIU (1/7/95) .......................15 Shelby Weber at UAB (1/29/06)................ 9-9 Sherry Asplen vs. UNC (11/28/87) ..............15 Dorine VanTongeren vs. Rollins (2/20/84) .... 9-9 7. Darlys Tsinnie vs. FIU (1/23/93).......................13 8. Seven tied with ..................................................... 12

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691 575 537 532 528 508 502 496 495 489

Most Rebounds 1. Emma Cannon (08-09) 2. Tia Lewis (07-08) 3. Tamika Coley (93-94) 4. Andrea Jackson (81-82) 5. Tamika Coley (95-96) 6. Tamika Coley (94-95) 7. Tamika Coley (91-92) 8. Tari Phillips (90-91) Emma Cannon (07-08) 10. Aisha Patrick (10-11)

393 345 325 316 307 299 280 261 261 260

Most Assists 1. Julie Cardinale (85-86) 2. Karen Harvey (81-82) 3. Julie Cardinale (86-87) 4. Chariya Davis (98-99)

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142 141 137 135 134 128

Most Steals 1. Anita Terlecky (87-88) 2. Marcie Swilley (81-82) 3. Aisha Patrick (10-11) 4. Julie Cardinale (85-86) Brinda Green (91-92) 6. Yolanda Rhodes (90-91) 7. Kristy Burns (85-86) Chariya Davis (97-98) 9. Aisha Patrick (08-09) Chariya Davis (98-99) Most Blocks 1. Meg Schuler (81-82) 2. Ali Roberts (01-02) 3. Ali Roberts (04-05) 4. Shelby Weber (04-05) 5. Shelby Weber (05-06) 6. Shannon King (88-89) 7. Shelby Weber (03-04) 8. Ali Roberts (03-04) 9. Adrienne Billings (03-04) 10. Emma Cannon (08-09) Most Free Throws 1. Chariya Davis (98-99) 2. Emma Cannon (08-09) 3. Tamika Coley (94-95) 4. Chariya Davis (97-98) 5. Tamika Coley (93-94) 6. Tamika Coley (95-96) 7. Dorine VanTongeren (82-83) 8. Tamika Coley (91-92) 9. Dorine VanTongeren (82-83) 10. Anita Terlecky (87-88) Most 3FGs Made 1. Francine Houston (06-07) 2 Chelsie Wiley (10-11) 3. Francine Houston (05-06) 4. Chelsie Wiley (08-09) 5. Celeste Hudson (03-04) 6. Kelli Ely (97-98) 7. Francine Houston (04-05) 8. Kelli Ely (98-99) Lanetra Cooks (01-02) 10. Jessica Scala (01-02)

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Cynthia Jacobs (77-78) Tamika Coley (94-95) Tamika Coley (95-96) Tamika Coley (91-92) Emma Cannon (09-10) 10. Donna Springer (78-79)

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103 87 82 81 81 78 77 77 75 75

Most Field Goals Attempted 1. Teresa Tinsley (81-82) 2. Kristy Burns (85-86) 3. Dorine VanTongeren (82-83) 4. Julie Cardinale (86-87) 5. Chelsie Wiley (08-09) 6. Susan Patz (83-84) 7. Chariya Davis (98-99) 8. Tari Phillips (90-91) 9. Chelsie Wiley (10-11) 10. Kristy Burns (84-85)

545 540 435 430 429 424 421 412 406 401

80 78 73 64 41 40 39 38 33 31

Most Free Throws Attempted 1. Tamika Coley (94-95) 2. Tamika Coley (93-94) 3. Tamika Coley (95-96) 4. LaToya Graham (99-00) 5. Tamika Coley (91-92) 6. Emma Cannon (08-09) 7. Chariya Davis (98-99) 8. Chariya Davis (97-98) 9. LaToya Graham (00-01) 10. Anita Terlecky (87-88)

242 241 217 213 196 184 177 176 172 168

201 144 142 141 134 125 119 111 110 108 82 80 78 73 70 62 53 51 51 50

Most Field Goals Made 1. Kristy Burns (85-86) 2. Teresa Tinsley (81-82) 3. Tari Phillips (90-91) 4. DeAnn Craft (86-87) 5. Kristy Burns (84-85) 6. Chariya Davis (98-99) 7. DeAnn Craft (84-85) Susan Patz (84-85) 9. Tamika Coley (93-94) 10. Dorine VanTongeren (82-83)

293 239 213 204 201 201 200 200 197 193

Best Rebound Average 1. Tari Philips (90-91) 2. Tamika Coley (93-94) 3. Emma Cannon (08-09) 4. Tia Lewis (07-08)

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Best FT Percentage (Min. 50 attempts) 1. DeAnn Craft (86-87) .922 (94-102) 2. Stark Welch (88-89) .857 (48-56) 3. Shelby Weber (05-06) .831 (54-65) 4. Shelby Weber (04-05) .820 (41-50) 5. Angelica Mealing (08-09) .809 (72-89) 6. Kristy Burns (85-86) .814 (105-129) 7. Missy Briscoe (92-93) .811 (77-95) 8. Chelsie Wiley (10-11) .804 (90-112) Missy Briscoe (93-94) .804 (45-56) 9. Chariya Davis (97-98) .801 (141-176) 10. Chariya Davis (98-99) .797 (141-177) Most 3FGs Attempted 1. Chelsie Wiley (10-11) 2. Francine Houston (05-06) 3. Francine Houston (06-07) 4 Celeste Hudson (03-04) 5. Chelsie Wiley (08-09) 6. Kelli Ely (98-99) 7. Francine Houston (04-05) 8. Kelli Ely (97-98) Lanetra Cooks (01-02) 10. Chelsie Wiley (09-10)

223 216 215 201 178 172 162 147 147 141

Best 3FG Percentage (Min. 50 Attempts) 1. Kate Fetzek (98-99) .453 (34-75) 2. Jessica Scala (01-02) .446 (50-112) 3. Nancy Richter (97-98) .441 (26-59) 4. Ashia Kelly (10-11) .425 (34-80) 5. Kelli Ely (97-98) .422 (62-147) 6. Celeste Hudson (02-03) .412 (42-102) 7. Chelsie Wiley (08-09) .410 (73-178) 8. Diana Hill (99-00) .389 (21-54) 9. Tara Gibson (92-93) .385 (30-78) 10. Francine Houston (06-07) .381 (82-215)

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Most Points 1. Tamika Coley (91-92, 93-96) ............... 2,006 2. Susan Patz (82-86).................................. 1,587 3. Chelsie Wiley (07-11)............................. 1,531 4. Chariya Davis (95-99) ............................ 1,517 5. Yolanda Rhodes (88-92) ....................... 1,322 6. D’Nay Daniels (10-11) ........................... 1,217 7. Emma Cannon (07-10) ......................... 1,154 Kristy Burns (82-86) ............................... 1,154 9. Gylaunda Henderson (93-97) ............ 1,089 10. Francine Houston (04-07) ................... 1,064

Most Free Throws Made 1. Tamika Coley (91-92, 93-96) ...................512 2. Chariya Davis (95-99) ................................393 3. Susan Patz (82-86)......................................371 4. Emma Cannon (07-10) .............................339 5. Chelsie Wiley (06-11).................................311 6. Susan Brase (81-85) ...................................231 7. Dorine VanTongeren (80-84) ..................229 8 Marvelous Washington (00-03) .............208 9. Ali Roberts (01-05) .....................................207 10. D’Nay Daniels (07-11)...............................205

Best FG Percentage 1. Kristy Burns (85-89) ...............524 (494-941) 2. DeAnn Craft (83-87) ..............523 (400-772) 3. Rochelle Lee (81-85)..............519 (123-237) 4. Kala Loomis (90-92) ...............516 (218-422) 5. Adrienne Billings (00-04) .....508 (364-717) 6. Christine Strahl (82-86) ........505 (292-578) 7. Emma Cannon (07-10) .........503 (317-630) 8. Debby Batz (90-94) ................497 (282-568) Takira Allen (01-05) ................497 (439-883) 10. LaToya Graham (97-01) ........492 (203-413)

Most Rebounds 1. Tamika Coley (91-92, 93-96) ............... 1,211 2. Emma Cannon (07-10) .............................903 3. Adrienne Billings (00-04) .........................676 4. D’Nay Daniels (07-11) ...............................649 5. Chariya Davis (95-99) ................................634 6. Ali Roberts (01-05) .....................................613 7. Takira Allen (01-05) ....................................611 8. Aisha Patrick (08-pres) ....................596 9. Shelby Weber (05-06) ...............................586 10. Erin Paige (99-03).......................................578

Most FGs Made 1. Tamkia Coley (91-92, 93-96) ...................747 2. Susan Patz (82-86)......................................638 3. Yolanda Rhodes (88-92) ...........................571 4. Chariya Davis (95-99) ................................543 5. Chelsie Wiley (06-11).................................503 6. D’Nay Daniels (07-11) ...............................495 7. Kristy Burns (82-86) ...................................494 8. Takira Allen (01-05) ....................................439 9. Marcie Swiley (79-83)................................423 10. Ali Roberts (01-05) .....................................413

Most Free Throws Attempted 1. Tamika Coley (91-92, 93-96) ...................896 2. Chariya Davis (95-99) ................................533 3. Emma Cannon (07-10) .............................483 4. Susan Patz (82-86)......................................426 5. Chelsie Wiley (06-11).................................405 6. Susan Brase (81-85) ...................................350 7. Ali Roberts (01-05) .....................................327 8. Dorine VanTongeren (80-84) ..................315 9. D’Nay Daniels (07-11) ...............................308 10. Marvelous Washington (00-03) .............307

Most Assists 1. Chariya Davis (95-99) ................................531 2. Julie Cardinale (83-87) ..............................415 3. Karen Harvey (80-84) ................................396 4. Angelica Mealing (07-11) ........................327 5. Marcie Swiley (79-83)................................326 6. LaShay King (02-06)...................................322 7. Shayla Smith (02-06) .................................304 8. Aisha Patrick (08-pres) ....................289 9. Brinda Green (88-92).................................257 10. Celeste Hudson (02-05, 06-07) ..............251

Most 3FGs Made 1. Francine Houston (04-07) .......................213 2. Celeste Hudson (02-05, 06-07) ..............179 3. Chelsie Wiley (07-pres) .............................134 4. Kelli Ely (97-99)............................................113 5. Lanetra Cooks (00-02) ................................ 98 6. Jessica Scala (01-03) .................................... 85 7. Shayla Smith (02-06) ................................... 84 8. Nancy Richter (97-00) ................................. 74 9. Marshay White (07-10) ............................... 71 10. Kate Fetzek (95-99) ..................................... 65

Best FT Percentage (Min. 50 attempts) 1. DeAnn Craft (84-87) ..............867 (150-173) 2. Missy Briscoe (92-94) ............808 (122-151) 3. Kristy Burns (84-86) ...............801 (166-207) 4. Kelli Ely (98-99)......................... .779 (81-104) 5. Chelsie Wiley (06-11).............768 (311-405) 6. Shelby Weber (02-06) ...........767 (131-172) 7. Celeste Hudson (02-05, 06-07) .752 (182-242) Kala Loomis (90-92) ................ .752 (85-113) 9. TerriJo Wendt (84-86) ................751 (62-84) 10. Rochelle Lee (83-85) ..................750 (60-80)

Most Steals 1. Chariya Davis (95-99) ................................284 2. Marcie Swiley (79-83)................................250 3. Yolanda Rhodes (88-92) ...........................243 4. Aisha Patrick (08-pres) ....................221 5. Tamika Coley (91-92, 93-96) ...................202 6. Gylaunda Henderson (93-97) ................189 7. Brinda Green (88-92).................................176 8. Celeste Hudson (02-05, 06-07) ..............153 9. Julie Cardinale (85-87) ..............................151 10. Susan Patz (82-86)......................................145

Best Scoring Average 1. Kristy Burns (84-86) ..................................20.2 2. DeAnn Craft (83-87) .................................18.4 3. Tamika Coley (91-92, 93-96) ..................18.1 4. Dorine VanTongeren (80-84) .................16.4 5. Julie Cardinale (83-87) .............................14.3 6. Yolanda Rhodes (88-92 ...........................13.5 7. Susan Patz (82-86).....................................13.4 8. Teresa Tinsley (81-82)...............................13.3 Chariya Davis (95-99) ...............................13.3 10. Emma Cannon (07-10) ............................13.0

Best 3FG Percentage (Min. 75 attempts) 1. Ashia Kelly (08-pres).........388 (45-116) 2. Jessica Scala (01-03) ............... .371 (85-229) 3. Kelly Lincoln (89-91)...................369 (31-84) 4. Chelsie Wiley (07-11).............363 (214-590) 5. Francine Houston (04-07) ...359 (213-593) 6. Kelli Ely (97-99)........................354 (113-319) 7. Sherry Asplen (86-88) ................351 (32-91) Kate Fetzek (95-99) ................. .351 (65-185) 9. Lanetra Cooks (00-02) ........... .350 (98-280) 10. Chariya Davis (95-99) ............. .339 (56-165)

Most Blocks 1. Ali Roberts (01-05) .....................................219 2. Shelby Weber (02-06) ...............................157 3. Adrienne Billings (00-04) .........................109 4. Meg Schuler (81-83) .................................... 96 5. Shannon King (88-91)................................ 86 6. Susan Patz (82-91)........................................ 85 7. Takira Allen (01-05) ...................................... 74 8. Emma Cannon (07-10) ............................... 73 9. Chat McClendon (95-99) ........................... 66 10. Debby Batz (90-94) ..................................... 58

Best Rebounding Average 1. Tamika Coley (91-92, 93-96 ...................11.0 2. Emma Cannon (07-10) ............................10.1 3. Dorine VanTongeren (80-84) ................... 8.4 4. Laura Smith (76-80) .................................... 7.9 5. Kristy Boston (77-79).................................. 7.8 6. Andrea Jackson (78-82)............................. 7.2 7. Fayetta Robinson(84-85, 86-89) ............. 6.7 8. Aisha Patrick (08-pres) .....................6.4 9. Erin Paige (99-03) ........................................ 5.8 10. Adrienne Billings (00-04) .......................... 5.7

Most 3FGs Attempted 1. Francine Houston (04-07) .......................593 2. Chelsie Wiley (07-11).................................590 3. Celeste Hudson (02-05, 06-07) ..............551 4. Kelli Ely (97-99)............................................319 5. Lanetra Cooks (00-02) ..............................280 6. Shayla Smith (02-06) .................................274 7. Jelisa Caldwell (07-11) ..............................257 8. Marshay White (07-10) .............................231 9. Jessica Scala (01-02) ..................................229 10. Nancy Richter (97-00) ...............................219 Most Double-Doubles 1. Tamika Coley (91-92, 93-96) ..................... 66 2. Emma Cannon (07-10) ............................... 40 3. Dorine VanTongeren (80-84) .................... 20 4. Fayetta Robinson (84-85, 86-89) ............. 20 5. Tari Phillips (90-91) ...................................... 15

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Best Free Throw Percentage 1.000 (12-12) vs. Florida State . Dec. 16, 2009 1.000 (11-11) vs. Stetson ......................1996-97 Worst Free Throw Percentage .200 (7-18) vs. Florida Southern.........1978-79 .200 (1-5) vs. Lamar ................................1990-91 Most Rebounds 76 vs. Edward Waters.............................1981-82 Most Steals 28 vs. Rollins .............................................1983-84 Most Blocked Shots 13 vs. Livingston .....................................1981-82 Worst Field Goal Percentage .171 (6-35) vs. UT-Arlington ................2005-06 Most Three-Point FGs Made 13 vs. Stetson ...........................................1997-98 13 vs. Troy ..................................................1997-98 Most Three-Point FGs Attempted 29 at Florida Atlantic .............................2002-03 29 vs. Troy ..................................................1997-98 Highest Three-Point FG Percentage .833 (n/a) vs. Georgia Southern .........1986-87

Single-Season Team Records Most Games Played 39 ...........................................................1981-82 Most Wins 25 ...........................................................1982-83 Most Losses 24 ...........................................................1992-93 Fewest Wins 3 ...........................................................1986-87 Fewest Losses 5 ..........................................1978-79,1982-83 11 ........................................ 1983-84, 2010-11 Longest Win Streak 12 ...........................................................1978-79 Most Points 2,777 (39 games) ...............................1981-82 Fewest Points 1,375 (21 games) ...............................1977-78 Highest Scoring Average 82.3 .........................................................1985-86 Lowest Scoring Average 57.9 .........................................................2006-07 Largest Winning Margin 21.1 .........................................................1982-83 Best Winning Percentage .833 (25-5) ............................................1982-83 Worst Winning Percentage .130 (3-23) ............................................1986-87 Most Field Goals Made 1,152 (39 games) ...............................1981-82 Most Field Goals Attempted 2,739 (39 games) ...............................1981-82 Highest Field Goal Percentage .515 (941-1826)...................................1985-86 Most Free Throws Made 532 (30 games) ...................................1982-83 Most Free Throws Attempted 828 (30 games) ...................................1982-83 Highest Free Throw Percentage .722 (367-508) .....................................1986-87 Most Three-Point FGs Made 197 (33 games) ...................................2010-11 Most Three-Point FGs Attempted 570 (33 games) ...................................2010-11 Highest Three-Point FG Percentage .373 (107-287) .....................................2001-02 Lowest Three-Point FG Percentage .232 (22-95) ..........................................1991-92 Most Points Allowed 2,375 (26 games) ...............................1986-87

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1991-92 Head Coach: Gail Falkenberg (10-18, 5-11 Sun Belt) 11/29 W 82-43 Coastal Carolina & 11/30 L 82-64 Mercer & 12/7 W 100-81 at Florida A&M 12/19 L 75-55 at UAB # 12/20 L 66-52 vs. Georgia State # 1/1 W 83-74 Fairleigh Dickinson & 1/2 W 85-70 Brown & 1/3 L 78-60 Vermont & 1/8 L 91-65 at New Orleans * 1/11 W 62-56 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 1/16 L 83-66 Arkansas State * 1/18 L 90-65 Western Kentucky * 1/21 L 88-87 at Stetson 1/25 L 99-53 at Lamar * 1/31 W 72-70 at Texas-Pan American * 2/1 L 80-69 Louisiana Tech * 2/3 L 89-65 at Arkansas State * 2/6 W 89-82 South Alabama * 2/8 L 70-67 New Orleans * 2/13 W 84-63 Louisiana-Lafayette * 2/20 L 90-77(ot)Western Kentucky 2/24 W 78-70 College of Charleston * 2/27 L 100-54 Lamar * 2/29 W 73-57 Texas-Pan American * 3/3 L 76-64 USF 3/5 L 100-51 at Louisiana Tech * 3/7 L 70-60 at South Alabama 3/12 L 89-45 at Western Kentucky $ * Sun Belt Conference game % UCF Tip-Off Classic # UAB Tournament & UCF Holiday Classic $ Sun Belt Conference Tournament

1990-91 Head Coach: Bev Knight (10-15, 4-8 American South) 11/23 W 78-60 Stetson % 11/24 L 99-61 Northern Illinois % 11/28 L 86-67 at Florida 12/2 L 91-73 Kent State 12/15 W 83-79 Florida A&M 12/17 W 79-52 Long Island 1/2 W 66-59 Liberty & 1/3 L 61-56 McNeese State & 1/4 L 106-98 Fairfield & 1/7 W 82-79 at Stetson 1/12 L 73-71 at Texas-Pan American * 1/14 L 108-70 at Lamar * 1/17 W 83-64 Arkansas State * 1/19 L 88-54 Louisiana Tech * 1/23 L 71-57 at New Orleans * 1/26 L 65-64 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 2/7 W 95-63 Texas-Pan American * 2/9 L 105-101 Lamar * 2/11 L 103-88 UAB 2/14 L 70-57 Arkansas State * 2/16 L 104-79 Louisiana Tech * 2/21 W 93-91 New Orleans * 2/23 W 91-67 Louisiana-Lafayette * 2/25 L 93-75 at Florida International 3/1 W 91-84 Stetson * American South Conference game % UCF Tip-Off Classic # Southern Miss Tournament & UCF Holiday Classic $ American South Tournament

1992-93 Head Coach: Jerry Richardson (4-24, 3-9 A-Sun) 12/1 L 110-55 at USF 12/4 W 83-76 Nicholls State # 12/5 L 79-41 Memphis # 12/8 L 101-47 at Georgia Southern 12/11 L 85-46 at New Orleans 12/14 L 90-39 at Louisiana Tech 12/19 L 77-67 LSU 12/30 L 112-66 Kent State & 12/31 L 110-67 Baylor & 1/1 L 81-73 Monmouth & 1/4 L 81-78 USF 1/9 W 61-60 Southeastern Louisiana * 1/13 L 96-45 at Florida 1/16 L 61-60 Mercer * 1/21 L 79-69 at Stetson * 1/23 L 88-59 at Florida International * 1/28 W 64-57 College of Charleston * 1/30 L 68-60 Georgia State * 2/3 L 100-71 Florida Atlantic * 2/6 L 69-42 at Southeastern Louisiana * 2/8 L 93-37 at Louisiana Tech 2/11 L 69-49 at New Orleans 2/13 L 68-66 at Mercer * 2/18 L 75-65 Stetson * 2/20 L 81-62 Florida International * 2/29 W 54-52 at College of Charleston * 2/27 L 80-47 at Georgia State * 3/4 L 81-61 vs. Georgia State $ * Atlantic Sun Conference game # UCF Tip-Off Classic & UCF Holiday Classic

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1995-96 Head Coach: Jerry Richardson 1993-94 (15-14, 7-8 A-Sun) Head Coach: Jerry Richardson 11/24 L 87-58 at Alabama % (12-15, 8-4 A-Sun) 11/25 W 77-69 at Charlotte % 12/10 L 77-61 vs. Murray State # 11/28 W 107-70 Hampton 12/11 L 93-73 vs. Tennessee State # 12/9 L 97-75 at Georgetown 12/13 L 93-63 at Arkansas State 12/10 L 79-59 at George Mason 12/29 L 87-45 Kentucky & 12/28 W 84-66 Temple & 12/30 L 75-60 Richmond & 12/29 L 96-93 Missouri & 12/31 W 76-70 Radford & 12/30 W 77-54 Tennessee State & 1/3 L 81-65 at Northwestern State 1/4 W 78-68 Jacksonville State * 1/5 L 96-61 at Grambling State 1/6 W 82-66 Southeastern Louisiana * 1/11 L 92-78 Florida 1/9 L 83-68 at Florida 1/13 W 73-67 College of Charleston * 1/13 L 80-63 at Stetson * 1/15 W 60-54 Mercer * 1/18 L 64-58 at Campbell * 1/20 W 77-65 at Georgia State * 1/20 W 85-60 at College of Charleston * 1/22 L 77-57 at Southeastern Louisiana * 1/25 L 70-67 Florida International * 1/24 L 81-63 at LSU 1/28 W 86-67 Florida Atlantic * 1/27 W 72-59 Florida Atlantic * 1/31 W 98-57 Bethune-Cookman 1/29 L 92-67 Florida International * 2/8 L 74-72 Stetson * 2/2 L 81-57 at USF 2/10 W 97-95(ot) Campbell * 2/5 W 78-69 Stetson * 2/15 L 94-75 at Florida Atlantic * 2/10 W 84-80 at Mercer * 2/17 L 92-65 at Florida International * 2/12 W 67-60 at College of Charleston * 2/22 L 81-73 Georgia State * 2/17 W 80-71 Southeastern Louisiana * 2/24 W 74-54 Mercer * 2/19 W 60-56 Georgia State * 2/29 L 75-57 at Southeastern Louisiana * 2/22 W 76-73 at Florida Atlantic * 3/2 W 74-61 at Jacksonville State * 2/24 L 98-53 at Florida International * 3/7 W 71-67 at Southeastern Louisiana $ 3/5 L 72-66 at Stetson * 3/8 W 58-55 Stetson $ 3/10 W 72-51 vs. Georgia State $ 3/9 W 81-57 Florida Atlantic $ 3/11 L 90-69 vs. Southeastern Louisiana $ 3/16 L 98-41 at Louisiana Tech ! * Atlantic Sun Conference game * Atlantic Sun Conference game # Memphis Tournament % Sheraton Capstone Tournament & UCF Holiday Classic & UCF Holiday Classic $ Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament $ Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament ! NCAA Tournament 1994-95 1996-97 Head Coach: Jerry Richardson (11-16, 7-9 A-Sun) Head Coach: Lynn Bria 11/26 L 92-74 vs. Wake Forest % (13-15, 9-7 A-Sun) 11/27 L 65-55 vs. TCU % 11/29 W 81-80 (2ot) Miss. Valley State % 11/29 L 74-59 at Florida State 11/30 L 83-70 at Southern Miss % 12/1 W 85-59 at Bethune-Cookman 12/10 L 66-49 USF 12/3 W 86-75 Georgia Southern 12/18 L 72-61 Mississippi State 12/10 W 70-57 Stetson * 12/20 L 78-53 at Florida State 12/29 W 85-77 Fairleigh Dickinson & 12/28 W 73-66 Eastern Washington & 12/30 L 91-52 Ole Miss & 12/29 L 82-65 George Mason & 12/31 L 90-54 Texas A&M & 12/30 W 86-81 Northwestern State & 1/5 W 72-69 at Florida Atlantic * 1/2 L 78-41 at Jacksonville State * 1/7 L 83-65 at Florida International * 1/4 W 87-74 at Southeastern Louisiana * 1/12 W 80-76 Campbell * 1/8 L 85-83 Canisius 1/14 W 66-45 College of Charleston * 1/11 L 62-61 at Stetson * 1/19 L 65-59 at Georgia State * 1/16 W 59-56 Campbell * 1/21 W 71-60 at Mercer * 1/18 W 67-58 College of Charleston * 1/26 L 68-54 Southeastern Louisiana * 1/23 W 72-69 at Florida Atlantic * 1/31 L 95-63 at Alabama 1/25 L 56-54 at Florida International * 2/2 L 80-79 at Southeastern Louisiana * 1/30 L 64-61 (ot) at Bethune-Cookman 2/9 W 64-56 Mercer * 2/1 L 80-61 Mercer * 2/11 L 71-63 Georgia State * 2/3 W 60-55 Stetson * 2/16 L 70-66 at College of Charleston * 2/8 W 73-66 at College of Charleston * 2/18 L 90-76 at Campbell * 2/13 L 81-54 Florida Atlantic * 2/23 L 96-62 Florida International * 2/15 L 73-71 Florida International * 2/25 W 59-55 Florida Atlantic * 2/20 W 80-61 at Georgia State 3/4 W 79-57 at Stetson * 2/22 L 61-45 at Mercer * 3/9 W 71-69 Stetson $ 2/27 W 61-55 Southeastern Louisiana * 3/10 L 83-72 Southeastern Louisiana $ 3/1 W 72-64 Jacksonville State * * Atlantic Sun Conference game 3/6 W 81-64 vs. College of Charleston $ % Dial Classic (Auburn, Ala.) 3/7 L 88-78 at Florida International $ & UCF Holiday Classic * Atlantic Sun Conference game $ Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament % Southern Miss Tournament

& UCF Holiday Classic $ Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament 1997-98 Head Coach: Lynn Bria (17-11, 11-5 A-Sun) 11/21 W 86-72 at Radford 11/28 W 60-49 Denver % 11/29 W 63-60 Buffalo % 11/30 L 104-66 Syracuse % 12/13 L 103-71 at Texas 12/16 W 79-74 Bethune-Cookman 12/18 L 80-56 UTEP 12/22 L 74-72 at Drexel 12/31 W 80-66 Cal Poly 1/3 W 102-99(2ot)at Stetson * 1/10 W 86-61 Troy * 1/15 W 71-60 at College of Charleston * 1/17 L 74-64 at Campbell * 1/22 W 71-67 at Florida Atlantic * 1/24 W 78-64 Stetson * 1/26 W 102-70 at Troy * 1/29 L 81-61 Florida International * 1/31 W 81-72 Florida Atlantic * 2/5 W 71-65 at Samford * 2/7 L 91-84 at Jacksonville State * 2/10 L 110-61 at Florida 2/14 W 73-69 Georgia State * 2/16 L 76-73 Mercer * 2/23 L 113-59 at Florida International * 2/26 W 96-76 College of Charleston * 2/28 W 78-76 Campbell * 3/5 W 69-65 Mercer $ 3/6 L 92-76 Georgia State $ * Atlantic Sun Conference game % UCF Tip-Off Classic $ Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament 1998-99 Head Coach: Lynn Bria (20-10, 13-3 A-Sun) 11/13 L 88-70 American 11/21 L 94-69 at Butler 11/24 W 61-35 at Bethune-Cookman 11/28 L 80-70 at South Carolina 12/4 W 73-64 High Point % 12/5 W 74-63 Canisius % 12/15 L 63-61 Drexel 12/21 L 81-52 at Texas 12/30 W 57-54 Pennsylvania 1/4 W 77-62 at Florida Atlantic * 1/7 W 75-68 Campbell * 1/9 W 93-76 Georgia State * 1/11 L 89-59 at Florida 1/16 W 71-63 Stetson * 1/21 L 77-70 at Jacksonville State * 1/23 W 76-59 at Samford * 1/28 W 70-49 Mercer * 1/30 W 65-54 Troy * 2/4 W 60-49 at Mercer * 2/6 W 80-61 at Troy * 2/11 W 77-57 Florida Atlantic * 2/13 W 74-53 Samford * 2/15 W 78-68 Jacksonville State * 2/20 W 69-64 at Stetson * 2/25 L 78-74 at Georgia State * 2/27 L 80-78 at Campbell * 3/4 W 89-85 Stetson * 3/5 W 80-65 at Georgia State $ 3/6 W 80-59 vs. Jacksonville State $ 3/12 L 90-48 at Louisiana Tech !

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1999-00 Head Coach: Gail Striegler (9-20, 7-10 A-Sun) L 62-60 USF L 93-56 Florida L 78-68 Bethune-Cookman % W 72-63 Fairleigh Dickinson % L 69-56 American L 77-43 Texas Tech W 79-65 Radford & W 77-57 Austin Peay & L 77-64 Monmouth L 60-58 at Florida Atlantic * L 50-36 Mercer * W 78-70 Troy * L 62-51 at Stetson * L 57-56 at Jacksonville * W 69-64 Campbell * L 65-54 Georgia State * L 65-54 at Samford * L 67-50 at Jacksonville State * L 68-57 Samford * W 67-65 Jacksonville State * L 81-57 at Georgia State * L 87-75 at Campbell * L 61-54 Jacksonville * L 72-67 Stetson * W 69-60 at Troy * L 49-33 at Mercer * W 59-55 Florida Atlantic * W 62-60 vs. Stetson $

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2001-02 Head Coach: Gail Striegler (17-13, 13-7 A-Sun) W 69-55 UT-Arlington % L 77-74 Western Carolina % L 76-57 vs. Northern Iowa ^ W 90-84 vs. Colgate ^ W 71-59 vs. Kansas ^ W 85-65 Jacksonville State * W 80-64 Samford * L 78-42 at Florida State L 78-55 at North Texas W 87-80 Texas A&M CC & L 79-53 Ole Miss & L 60-48 at Stetson * W 63-40 at Jacksonville * W 89-69 at Florida Atlantic * W 69-64 Mercer * W 65-52 Troy * L 76-61 Belmont * L 76-65 at Campbell * L 71-67 at Georgia State * L 79-72 Florida Atlantic * W 58-51 Campbell * W 54-50 Georgia State * W 87-86(ot) at Belmont * L 63-60 at Troy * W 73-56 at Mercer * W 63-52 Jacksonville *

2/23 L 60-55 Stetson * 2/28 W 63-60 at Samford * 3/2 W 72-62 at Jacksonville State * 3/7 L 67-61 vs. Stetson $ * Atlantic Sun Conference game % UCF Golden Knights Classic ^ San Juan Shootout & UCF Holiday Classic $ Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament 2002-03 Head Coach: Gail Striegler (19-11, 13-3 A-Sun) 11/22 W 63-55 vs. Monmouth % 11/23 W 77-47 vs. Eastern Illinois % 11/25 L 64-61(ot) at New Orleans 11/27 L 73-45 at Southern Miss 11/30 W 76-55 at Nicholls State 12/11 L 72-48 Florida 12/15 L 62-58 Georgia Tech 12/19 W 61-48 Detroit & 12/20 L 81-30 Mississippi State & 12/31 L 53-54 Lipscomb 1/5 L 77-47 at Florida State 1/9 W 55-57 at Jacksonville * 1/11 W 75-52 at Stetson * 1/18 L 67-56 Troy * 1/20 W 78-59 Mercer * 1/25 W 77-62 Florida Atlantic * 1/30 W 71-68 at Belmont * 2/1 W 71-49 at Samford * 2/6 L 52-50 Georgia State * 2/8 W 82-67 Jacksonville State * 2/13 W 74-60 at Gardner Webb * 2/15 W 83-77 at Campbell * 2/22 W 78-77 at Florida Atlantic * 2/27 W 80-76 at Mercer * 2/28 L 88-70 at Troy * 3/6 W 69-56 Stetson * 3/8 W 60-46 Jacksonville * 3/13 W 87-63 Campbell $ 3/14 W 60-53 Belmont $ 3/15 L 80-63 Georgia State $ * Atlantic Sun Conference game % UCF Golden Knights Classic & UCF Holiday Classic $ Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament

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2003-04 Head Coach: Gail Striegler (17-13, 14-6 A-Sun) L 68-47 at Manhattan L 87-52 Purdue % W 85-49 Nicholls State % L 72-59 Florida State W 72-61 at Florida Atlantic * L 70-48 at Georgia Tech L 63-41 Alabama & L 79-48 Florida & W 79-55 at Stetson * W 67-46 at Jacksonville * L 62-58(ot)Georgia State * L 66-60 Mercer * W 83-69 Florida Atlantic * W 52-46 at Gardner-Webb * W 50-46 at Campbell * L 57-50(ot)Troy * L 75-56 Lipscomb * W 67-55 Belmont * L 75-56 at Lipscomb * L 65-58 at Belmont *

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1/22 L 68-63 East Carolina * 1/27 W 65-54 at Memphis * 1/29 L 90-78 at UAB * 2/4 L 63-50 at Southern Miss * 2/6 L 71-43 at Tulsa * 2/10 L 69-57 SMU * 2/17 L 74-65 UAB * 2/19 W 77-62 Memphis * 2/24 W 66-63 at Marshall * 2/26 L 65-44 at East Carolina * 3/2 L 69-52 vs. Tulane $ * Conference USA game ! Hilton Concord Thanksgiving Classic % UCF Golden Knights Classic & UCF Holiday Classic $ Conference USA Tournament 2006-07 Head Coach: Gail Striegler (8-22, 3-13 C-USA) 11/11 L 62-54 at Appalachian State 11/13 L 67-49 at Southeastern Louisiana 11/17 L 77-64 Fairleigh Dickinson % 11/18 W 59-51 Albany % 11/21 L 61-50 at Jacksonville 11/24 L 78-48 vs. Baylor # 11/25 L 76-47 vs. Virginia # 12/1 L 75-71 Georgia Southern 12/9 L 75-66 Florida State 12/13 W 62-35 at Bethune-Cookman 12/18 W 55-44 North Florida & 12/19 W 68-54 Florida A&M & 12/28 W 59-47 Iona 12/31 L 58-57 at Southern Miss * 1/5 L 62-58 at Marshall * 1/7 L 62-46 at East Carolina * 1/12 L 66-55 UAB * 1/14 W 77-62 Memphis * 1/20 L 65-63 Southern Miss * 1/26 L 69-56 at UTEP * 1/28 L 85-47 at Tulane * 2/1 L 73-47 at SMU * 2/4 W 75-69 Tulsa * 2/9 W 78-73 Houston * 2/11 L 75-57 Rice * 2/15 L 58-44 at UAB * 2/17 L 80-73 at Memphis * 2/22 L 64-46 Marshall * 2/24 L 76-57 East Carolina * 3/1 L 79-58 vs. SMU $ * Conference USA game % UCF Golden Knights Classic # Junkanoo Jam & UCF Holiday Classic $ Conference USA Tournament

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UCF ARENA Thanks to the UCF Arena, the Knights play in one of the finest facilities in the nation. The 10,000-seat venue opened in the fall of 2007 and is located on the north side of campus. The facility has dozens of top amenities, including a state-of-the-art video board, luxury suites and wide concourses. Step inside the UCF Arena and enjoy the best of both worlds - a first-class facility which also highlights the essence of college basketball. The building is one of only a few in the nation that offers unparalled luxury to student-athletes and fans, and also has a great gameday atmosphere. Similar to National Basketball Association venues, the arena features 16 spacious luxury suites and two party suites. The suites include kitchenettes and bar-style seating and can accommodate up to 20 guests. Additionally, the facility has two loges and the unique Black and Gold Club, which provides exclusive access to the club seating area. The arena helps provide UCF fans with a great entertainment experience during games. The Daktronics scoreboard above center court has four video screens that show replays and provide player information.

Arena Facts Capacity 10,000 Construction Began November 2005 Construction Completed August 2007 Design HOK Sports Construction KUD International Cost $80 million Luxury Suites 16 Lower Level Seats 5,598 Upper Level Seats 3,365 Club Seats 502 Concession Stands 7 Points of Sale 28 Video Boards 4 First UCF Game Texas Tech 72, UCF 57 (11/09/07) First UCF Win UCF 80, Jacksonville 72 (11/19/07)

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UCF BASKETBALL PRACTICE FACILITY Not only do the Knights utilize one of the nation’s finest home venues in the UCF Arena, members of the team also have access to the UCF Basketball Practice Facility. The venue opened in spring 2008 and includes a practice court for the Knights. UCF student-athletes have access to the facility 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The facility connects to the UCF Arena. The practice court contains six baskets, two shot clocks and a scoreboard. The Knights use the court for individual development and as a location for pickup games. The facility is equipped with a video system that allows the UCF coaching staff to tape every practice and workout. The coaches then visit with each student-athlete to analyze their performance. Offices and conference rooms for the UCF coaching staff are located on the second floor of the practice facility. A film room is adjacent to the offices. The practice facility was constructed during the 2007-08 campaign inside the former home of the Knights - the old UCF Arena. UCF played at the facility from 1991-07. A 2,000-square foot weight room is located on the first floor of the facility. The weight room provides the Knights with access to free weight and machine equipment, cardio and treadmills. UCF’s basketball teams are the only programs that use the weight room. The Knights utilize a large sports medicine center located inside the practice facility. The sports medicine center connects to the team’s locker room. Additionally, the center is adjacent to the UCF Arena for the Knights to use before and after games. Inside the UCF Practice Facility, the Knights utilize a new locker room, which also connects to the UCF Arena, and a spacious player lounge. Both rooms are used exclusively by the women’s basketball program. The room features tables and chairs, televisions and couches for the players.

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Members of the UCF womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s basketball team reside on campus at the Towers at Knights Plaza. The new apartments on the north side of campus allow the student-athletes to live across the street from the UCF Arena, the UCF Practice Facility and Knightroâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cafeteria. The apartments feature single bedrooms with full-size beds, kitchens and living room areas. Each bedroom includes high-speed Internet access, cable television and local phone service. The Towers at Knights Plaza are also located near Bright House Networks Stadium, the Wayne Densch Sports Center and Nicholson Fieldhouse. The apartments are located above retail shops and restaurants, including Barnes and Noble and Tailgaters restaurant.

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PERSONAL PROFILE • married to the former Martha Halsted for 48 years • father of two and grandfather of two • avid fisherman and golfer GOAL-DRIVEN LEADERSHIP Five Major Goals for UCF • offer the best undergraduate education in Florida •achieve international prominence in key programs of graduate study and research •provide an international focus to the curricula and research programs • become more inclusive and diverse • become America’s leading partnership university CAREER HIGHLIGHTS A Leader in Higher Education • more than 18 years as president of the University of Central Florida - planned and won approval for a new college of medicine - doubled enrollment with enhanced academic quality - increased by sevenfold the number of doctoral degrees awarded each year - expanded research funding from $6.2 million to more than $121 million a year ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS •graduated cum laude in 1962 from Austin College (B.A. psychology) • earned master’s degree in 1964 from Tulane University (M.S. physiological psychology) • earned doctoral degree from Tulane University in 1966 (Ph.D. physiological psychology) • graduate study supported by fellowships from the Danforth Foundation and the National Science Foundation CURRENT CIVIC SERVICE ENGAGEMENTS • member, Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission Fundraising Campaign leadership cabinet • member, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando’s Council of Governors • member of the board, American Heart Association • member of the board, Central Florida Partnership • member of the board, Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission • member of the board, United Arts of Central Florida •member, American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment Leadership Circle • chair, Conference USA Board of Directors SELECTED AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS •Junior Achievement’s Spirit of Achievement Award, 2008 • multiple listings among the Orlando Sentinel’s 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida and Orlando Magazine’s 50 Most Powerful People in Central Florida • Seminole Chamber of Commerce’s Lifetime Achievement Award, 2007 • Orlando Business Journal’s inaugural Legacy Award, 2006 • Orlando Sentinel’s Central Floridian of the Year, 2005

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