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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 - THIS IS AKRON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Table of Contents Quick Facts 2013-14 Schedule Roster Information Athletics Communications/Directions to Campus James A. Rhodes Arena Local Media Information PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge

11 - COACHING STAFF

Head Coach Jodi Kest Associate Head Coach Melissa Jackson Assistant Coach Glenn Box Assistant Coach Ayla Guzzardo Director of Operations Candace Smith Graduate Assistant Preston Reid Graduate Assistant Eric Besserman

2013 MAC East Champions

2012-13 REVIEW

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29 - 2012-13 REVIEW

2012-13 Season Review 30 2012-13 Statistics/Results 31 2012-13 MAC Statistics/Conference Tournament & Awards 32

33 - RECORDS & HISTORY

All-Time Series Records Annual Team Statistics/Coaching Records All-Time Letterwinners Team Records Single-Game Records Individual Records Postseason Honors Annual Leaders Overtime & 100-Point Games Team Awards Postseason Highlights Year-By-Year Results

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RECORDS & HISTORY

Credits The 2013-14 University of Akron women’s basketball media guide is a product of The University of Akron Athletics Communications office. The publication was designed, written and edited by Dana LeRoy, with editorial assistance from Gregg Bach, Dallas Moyer and Paul Warner. Cover design and layout by Dallas Moyer. Special thanks to Ken MacDonald and all the other previous sports information directors for their assistance. Photography by John Ashley, Jeff Harwell, and Ernie Aranyosi.

STUDENT-ATHLETES

Returning Student-Athletes Kacie Cassell Cari Guyton Sina King Hanna Luburgh Rachel Tecca Carly Young Megan Barilla Anita Brown DiAndra Gibson Katie Nunan Newcomers Therany Dunnigan Hannah Plybon Alex Ricketts Hannah Scipio Sophia Simone

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AKRON BASKETBALL

Follow Akron women’s basketball on the official web site of UA Athletics, www.GoZips.com. The site offers everything for the Zips fan, media member and recruit. From the latest results, recaps and statistics to previews and press releases. Updated daily, the newlyredesigned www.GoZips.com also provides ticket information and UA apparel. If it’s happening in Zips Athletics, it’s happening on . . .

www.GoZips.com

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GENERAL

Location: Akron, Ohio (44325) Population: 200,000 (fifth largest in Ohio) Founded: 1870 (as Buchtel College) Enrollment: 26,699 Nickname: Zips Colors: Blue (282) and Gold (871) Home Facility: James A. Rhodes Arena Rhodes Arena Capacity: 5,500 Rhodes Arena Press Row Phone: (330) 374-8771 Conference: Mid-American Conference (East Division) President: Dr. Luis M. Proenza Director of Athletics: Tom Wistrcill Faculty Athletics Representative: Dr. Deborah Owens Athletic Dept. Phone: (330) 972-7080 Ticket Office Phone: 1-888-99-AKRON

RECORDS & HISTORY

2012-13 REVIEW

STUDENT-ATHLETES

STAFF

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Assistant Dir. for Communications (WBB Contact): Dana LeRoy Office Phone: (330) 972-7171 Cell Phone: (330) 957-3473 E-mail: dleroy@uakron.edu Twitter: @ZipsDana Assistant AD for Communications: Gregg Bach (330) 972-6106 // gbach@uakron.edu // @ZipsGregg Associate Dir. for Communications: Paul Warner (330) 972-2677 // pwarner@uakron.edu // @ZipsPaul Assistant Dir. for Communications: Dallas Moyer (330) 972-6292 // dm60@uakron.edu // @ZipsDallas Communications Graduate Assistant: Sam Baldwin (330) 972-6584 // sjb96@zips.uakron.edu // @ZipsSam Office Fax: (330) 374-8844 Website: www.GoZips.com Mailing Address: Overnight Address: The University of Akron University of Akron Athletics Rhodes Arena, Suite 83 373 Carroll Street Akron, OH 44325-5201 Rhodes Arena, Suite 81 Akron, OH 44325-5201

PROGRAM HISTORY

Seasons of Basketball: First Season of Basketball: Seasons of Division I Basketball: First Season of Division I Basketball: All-Time Record: All-Time Division I Record: MAC Record: NCAA Tournament Appearances: WNIT Appearances: WBI Appearances:

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Entering 40th 1974-75 Entering 31st 1983-84 370-680 (.352) 281-569 (.331) 101-247 (.290) 0 2 (1999, 2013) 1 (2010

TEAM INFORMATION

2012-13 Record: 23-10 2012-13 MAC Record: 12-4 (1st - East Division) 2013 MAC Tournament Results (No. 3 seed): Quarterfinals: vs. No. 7 Buffalo, W 83-79 Semifinals: vs. No. 2 Ball State, W 70-61 Championship: vs. No. 4 Central Michigan, L 86-68 2013 WNIT Results: First Round: at Duquesne, L 71-66 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Newcomers: 5 Therany Dunnigan (Jr., F, 6-2, Cleveland, Ohio./NC State/Midpark HS) Hannah Plybon (Fr., G, 5-9, Orrville, Ohio/Orrville HS) Alex Ricketts (Fr., G, 5-11, Mercer, Pa./Kennedy Catholic HS) Hannah Scipio (Fr., G, 5-4, New Albany, Ohio/New Albany HS) Sophia Simone (Fr., F, 5-11, Silver Lake, Ohio/Walsh Jesuit HS)

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Jodi Kest (Slippery Rock, 1984) Record at UA (Seven Seasons): 97-120 (.447) Overall Record (21 Seasons): 323-273 (.542) Associate Head Coach: Melissa Jackson (Richmond, 2004) Sixth Season Assistant Coaches: Glenn Box (Southeast Missouri State, 1998) Second Season Ayla Guzzardo (Akron, 2010) Fourth Season Director of Basketball Operations: Candace Smith (Central Michigan, 2008) Sixth Season Graduate Assistant: Preston Reid (Ball State, 2011) Second Season Graduate Assistant/Video Coordinator: Eric Besserman (Akron, 2012) Second Season

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE CONTACTS Commissioner Director of Communications E-Mail Office Phone Office Fax Associate Director/WBB Contact E-mail Office Phone Mailing Address Web Site

Dr. Jon Steinbrecher Jeremy Guy jguy@mac-sports.com (216) 566-4622 ext. 303 (216) 858-9622 Phil Burwell pburwell@mac-sports.com (216) 566-4622 ext. 319 24 Public Square, 15th Floor Cleveland, OH 44113 www.mac-sports.com

SOCIAL MEDIA Website: GoZips.com/ZipsWBB Facebook: facebook.com/ZipsWBB Twitter: @ZipsWBB


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2013-14 SCHEDULE

Date

Opponent

Location

Saturday

Nov. 2

LAKE ERIE

Akron, Ohio | Exhibition

Time (ET)

Friday

Nov. 8

FLORIDA ATLANTIC

Akron, Ohio

Tuesday

Nov. 12

TENNESSEE TECH

Akron, Ohio | Education Day

Friday

Nov. 15

at Dayton

Dayton, Ohio

7:00 PM

Sunday

Nov. 17

at Wright State

Dayton, Ohio

2:00 PM

Friday

Nov. 22

at Canisius

Buffalo, N.Y.

Friday

Nov. 29

at Cal Poly

San Luis Obispo, Calif. | Cal Poly Classic

10:00 PM

Saturday

Nov. 30

vs. UC Davis

San Luis Obispo, Calif. | Cal Poly Classic

8:00 PM

Saturday

Dec. 7

GEORGE MASON

Akron, Ohio

2:00 PM

Tuesday

Dec. 17

at Cincinnati

Cincinnati, Ohio

7:00 PM

Friday

Dec. 20

ROCHESTER COLLEGE

Akron, Ohio

7:00 PM

Sunday

Dec. 29

YOUNGSTOWN STATE

Akron, Ohio

2:00 PM

Saturday

Jan. 4

BALL STATE*

Akron, Ohio

2:00 PM

Thursday

Jan. 9

CENTRAL MICHIGAN*

Akron, Ohio | Time Warner Cable SportsChannel

7:00 PM

Sunday

Jan. 12

at Bowling Green*

Bowling Green, Ohio

2:00 PM

Wednesday

Jan. 15

at Miami (Ohio)*

Oxford, Ohio

7:00 PM

Saturday

Jan. 18

KENT STATE*

Akron, Ohio | PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge

Thursday

Jan. 23

OHIO*

Akron, Ohio

7:00 PM

Sunday

Jan. 26

at Eastern Michigan*

Ypsilanti, Mich.

2:00 PM

Thursday

Jan. 30

at Toledo*

Toledo, Ohio

7:00 PM

Sunday

Feb. 2

BUFFALO*

Akron, Ohio

2:00 PM

Wednesday

Feb. 5

at Northern Illinois*

DeKalb, Ill.

8:00 PM

Saturday

Feb. 8

WESTERN MICHIGAN*

Akron, Ohio | Play 4Kay

2:00 PM

Saturday

Feb. 15

at Ball State*

Muncie, Ind. | Time Warner Cable SportsChannel 12:00 PM

Wednesday

Feb. 19

NORTHERN ILLINOIS*

Akron, Ohio

Saturday

Feb. 22

at Ohio*

Athens, Ohio

Wednesday

Feb. 26

MIAMI (OHIO)*

Akron, Ohio

7:00 PM

Sunday

Mar. 2

at Kent State*

Kent, Ohio | PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge

2:00 PM

Wednesday

Mar. 5

at Buffalo*

Buffalo, N.Y. | Time Warner Cable SportsChannel

7:00 PM

Saturday

Mar. 8

BOWLING GREEN*

Akron, Ohio

2:00 PM

12:00 PM 5:30 PM 10:30 AM

Mar. 10

First Round

Campus Sites

TBA

Wednesday

Mar. 12

Second Round

Quicken Loans Arena (Cleveland, Ohio)

TBA

Thursday

Mar. 13

Third Round

Quicken Loans Arena (Cleveland, Ohio)

TBA

Friday

Mar. 14

Semifinals

Quicken Loans Arena (Cleveland, Ohio)

TBA

Saturday

Mar. 15

Championship

Quicken Loans Arena (Cleveland, Ohio)

TBA

RECORDS & HISTORY

TBA

2012-13 REVIEW

7:00 PM

STUDENT-ATHLETES

TBA

Monday

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All times Eastern, subject to change Home games in CAPS *-Mid-American Conference game

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Megan Barilla So.-1L • Guard • 5-10 Fairview Park, Ohio Magnificat HS

Kacie cassell Sr.-3L • Guard • 5-4 Vandalia, Ohio Vandalia Butler HS

alex ricKetts Fr.-HS • Guard • 5-11 Mercer, Pa. Kennedy Catholic HS

cari guyton Sr.-1L • Center • 6-2 Akron, Ohio Pratt JC/Firestone HS

Hanna luBurgH

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Sr.-3L • Guard • 5-10 Zanesville, Ohio Tri-Valley HS

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anita Brown So.-1L • Guard • 5-8 Warren, Ohio Warren Harding HS

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HannaH scipio Fr.-HS • Guard • 5-4 New Albany, Ohio New Albany HS

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racHel tecca Sr.-3L • Forward • 6-1 Tallmadge, Ohio Archbishop Hoban HS

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JoDi Kest

Head Coach Eighth Season Slippery Rock, 1984

Melissa JacKson Associate Head Coach Sixth Season Richmond, 2004

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HannaH plyBon Fr.-HS • Guard • 5-9

Orrville, Ohio Orrville HS

35 carly young Sr.-3L • Forward • 6-2 Frazeysburg, Ohio Tri-Valley HS

AC glenn Box Assistant Coach Second Season

Southeast Missouri State, 1998

DianDra giBson So.-1L • Guard/Forward • 5-11 Ravenna, Ohio Ravenna HS

40 sopHia siMone Fr.-HS • Forward • 5-11 Silver Lake, Ohio Walsh Jesuit HS

AC ayla guzzarDo Assistant Coach Fourth Season Akron, 2010

Katie nunan So.-1L • Forward • 6-0 Fairmont, W. Va. Fairmont Senior HS

42 sina King Sr.-3L • Guard/Forward • 6-0 Waterford, Ohio Waterford HS

OP canDace sMitH Director of Operations Sixth Season Central Michigan, 2008


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ROSTER INFORMATION <HEADLINE>

2013-14 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

2013-14 NUMERICAL ROSTER Pos. G G G C G G G G G/F F F F F F G/F

Ht. 5-10 5-4 5-11 6-2 5-10 5-8 5-4 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-0

Yr. Hometown (Previous School) So. Fairview Park, Ohio (Magnificat High School) Sr. Vandalia, Ohio (Vandalia Butler High School) Fr. Mercer, Pa. (Kennedy Catholic High School) Sr. Akron, Ohio (Pratt Junior College/Firestone High School) Sr. Zanesville, Ohio (Tri-Valley High School) So. Warren, Ohio (Warren Harding High School) Fr. New Albany, Ohio (New Albany High School) Fr. Orrville, Ohio (Orrville High School) So. Ravenna, Ohio (Ravenna High School) So. Fairmont, W.Va. (Fairmont Senior High School) Sr. Tallmadge, Ohio (Archbishop Hoban High School) Jr. Cleveland, Ohio (NC State/Midpark High School) Sr. Frazeysburg, Ohio (Tri-Valley High School) Fr. Silver Lake, Ohio (Walsh Jesuit High School) Sr. Waterford, Ohio (Waterford High School)

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY CLASS

BY POSITION

Seniors (6): Kacie Cassell, Cari Guyton, Sina King, Hanna Luburgh, Rachel Tecca, Carly Young Junior (1): Therany Dunnigan Sophomores (4): Megan Barilla, Anita Brown, DiAndra Gibson, Katie Nunan Freshmen (4): Hannah Plybon, Alex Ricketts, Hannah Scipio, Sophia Simone

BY STATE/PROVINCE

Guard (7): Megan Barilla, Anita Brown, Kacie Cassell, Hanna Luburgh, Hannah Plybon, Alex Ricketts, Hannah Scipio Guard/Forward (2): DiAndra Gibson, Sina King Forward (5): Therany Dunnigan, Katie Nunan, Sophia Simone, Rachel Tecca, Carly Young Center (1): Cari Guyton

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Ohio (13): Megan Barilla, Anita Brown, Kacie Cassell, Therany Dunnigan, DiAndra Gibson, Cari Guyton, Sina King, Hanna Luburgh, Hannah Plybon, Hannah Scipio, Sophia Simone, Rachel Tecca, Carly Young Pennsylvania (1): Alex Ricketts West Virginia (1): Katie Nunan

Megan Barilla: Buh-RILL-uh Kacie Cassell: CASEY CASTLE Therany Dunnigan: TEER-rin-knee Cari Guyton: KERRY Sina King: SIN-UH Katie Nunan: NOON-in

Hannah Plybon: Ply-BIN Hannah Scipio: SIP-ee-oh

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Name Megan Barilla Kacie Cassell Alex Ricketts Cari Guyton Hanna Luburgh Anita Brown Hannah Scipio Hannah Plybon DiAndra Gibson Katie Nunan Rachel Tecca Therany Dunnigan* Carly Young Sophia Simone Sina King

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Head Coach: Jodi Kest (Eighth Season; Slippery Rock, ‘84) Associate Head Coach: Melissa Jackson (Sixth Season; Richmond, ‘04) Assistant Coaches: Glenn Box (Second Season; Southeast Missouri State, ‘98); Ayla Guzzardo (Fourth Season; Akron, ‘10) Director of Basketball Operations: Candace Smith (Sixth Season; Central Michigan, ‘08) Graduate Assistant: Preston Reid (Second Season; Ball State, ‘11) Graduate Assistant/Video Coordinator: Eric Besserman (Second Season; Akron, ‘12)

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Ht. Yr. Hometown (Previous School) 5-10 So. Fairview Park, Ohio (Magnificat High School) 5-8 So. Warren, Ohio (Warren Harding High School) 5-4 Sr. Vandalia, Ohio (Vandalia Butler High School) 6-2 Jr. Cleveland, Ohio (NC State/Midpark High School) 5-11 So. Ravenna, Ohio (Ravenna High School) 6-2 Sr. Akron, Ohio (Pratt Junior College/Firestone High School) 6-0 Sr. Waterford, Ohio (Waterford High School) 5-10 Sr. Zanesville, Ohio (Tri-Valley High School) 6-0 So. Fairmont, W.Va. (Fairmont Senior High School) 5-9 Fr. Orrville, Ohio (Orrville High School) 5-11 Fr. Mercer, Pa. (Kennedy Catholic High School) 5-4 Fr. New Albany, Ohio (New Albany High School) 5-11 Fr. Silver Lake, Ohio (Walsh Jesuit High School) 6-1 Sr. Tallmadge, Ohio (Archbishop Hoban High School) 6-2 Sr. Frazeysburg, Ohio (Tri-Valley High School) NCAA transfer rules

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No. Name Pos. 2 Megan Barilla G 15 Anita Brown G 3 Kacie Cassell G 33 Therany Dunnigan* F 23 DiAndra Gibson G/F 12 Cari Guyton C 42 Sina King G/F 14 Hanna Luburgh G 24 Katie Nunan F 22 Hannah Plybon G 4 Alex Ricketts G 21 Hannah Scipio G 40 Sophia Simone F 32 Rachel Tecca F 35 Carly Young F *Will sit out the 2013-14 season due to


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Below are directions to the UA campus and Rhodes Arena. FROM RT. 8 NORTH: Exit Buchtel Avenue. Go straight through traffic light. Turn right on Carroll Street at the next traffic light. Rhodes Arena is directly in front of you. Gameday media parking is in Lot 8 at this intersection (Carroll Street/Spicer Street). FROM I-77 NORTH, RT. 8 NORTH, I-76 WEST: Take 77 North/76 West to Route 8 North. Take the first exit (Carroll Street/ Buchtel). Turn left at the stop light. The second traffic light is the Carroll Street/ Spicer Street intersection. Rhodes Arena is directly in front of you. Gameday media parking is in Lot 8 at this intersection. FROM ROUTE 8 SOUTH: Follow 76 East/77 South to the Route 8 North/ Cuyahoga Falls exit. Take the first exit (Carroll Street/Buchtel). Turn left at the stop light. The second traffic light is the Carroll Street/Spicer Street intersection. Rhodes Arena is directly in front of you. Gameday media parking is in Lot 8 at this intersection. FROM I-76 EAST/I-77 SOUTH: Follow 76 East/77 South to the Route 8 North/ Cuyahoga Falls exit. Take the first exit (Carroll Street/Buchtel). Turn left at the stop light. The second traffic light is the Carroll Street/Spicer Street intersection. Rhodes Arena is directly in front of you. Gameday media parking is in Lot 8 at this intersection. FROM THE WEST ON MARKET STREET: Take Market to Union Street and follow Union to Buchtel Avenue. At Buchtel turn left and go to the first traffic light. Turn right at the light onto Spicer Street. Rhodes Arena is at the next intersection, Carroll Street. Gameday media parking is in Lot 8 at this intersection. FROM THE WEST ON EXCHANGE STREET: Take Exchange to Spicer and turn left and go through two traffic lights. Rhodes Arena is located at the second light, Carroll Street. Gameday media parking is in Lot 8 at this intersection.

UA Athletics Communications Mailing Address: Rhodes Arena, Suite 83 Akron, OH 44325-5201 (330) 972-7468 Dana LeRoy (Women’s Basketball Contact) Assistant Director (also contact for Volleyball and Softball) E-Mail: dleroy@uakron.edu Office: (330) 972-7171 Mobile: (330) 957-3473 Twitter: @ZipsDana

Gregg Bach Assistant AD for Communications (contact for Football and W. Tennis) E-Mail: gbach@uakron.edu Office: (330) 972-6106 Mobile: (330) 760-0522 Twitter: @ZipsGregg

Paul Warner Associate Director (contact for M. Soccer, Cross Country and Track & Field) E-Mail: pwarner@uakron.edu Office: (330) 972-2677 Mobile: (330) 962-0352 Twitter: @ZipsPaul

Dallas Moyer Assistant Director (contact for M. Basketball, M. Golf, W. Golf and Secondary Football)

What is a Zip? One of the unique nicknames in all of intercollegiate athletics belongs to The University of Akron. Originally Zippers, athletic director Kenneth “Red” Cochrane officially shortened the nickname to the Zips in 1950. Twenty-five years earlier a campus-wide contest had been conducted to choose a nickname for The University’s athletics teams. Suggestions submitted by students, faculty, and alumni included Golden Blue Devils, Tip Toppers, Rubbernecks, Hillbillies, Kangaroos and Cheveliers. The winner, freshman Margaret Hamlin, received a prize of $10 for Zippers, a $6 pair of rubber overshoes and a brand name of the BF Goodrich Company. The evolution of Zippy, UA’s mascot, began 40 years ago when the student council decided the University needed a mascot. “Zippy” the kangaroo was officially declared the school’s mascot on May 1, 1953.

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E-Mail: dm60@uakron.edu Office: (330) 972-6292 Mobile: (330) 571-4145 Twitter: @ZipsDallas

Sam Baldwin Graduate Assistant (contact for W. Soccer, W. Swimming and Diving, Baseball and Rifle) E-Mail: sjb96@zips.uakron.edu Office: (330) 972-6584 Mobile: (440) 725-2541 Twitter: @ZipsSam


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factured by Robbins Sports Surfaces. The company is no stranger to the basketball world, having installed the floor at Indiana University’s Assembly Hall and Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena, home of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers.

The men’s basketball team has posted a .869 winning percentage (119-18) since the 2004-05 season under 10th-year head coach Keith Dambrot and has not posted a losing home record since the 1995-96 season. The women’s squad has posted a .661 winning percentage (3719) over the last five seasons under eighth-year head coach Jodi Kest, the best five-year home stretch in program history.

The new surface also features the school’s new logo and word marks, which were unveiled in July 2002.

The ground level is also home to the school’s hall of fame, which features photos and information on each inductee. The second floor offers a jogging track and four special multi-purpose labs – suitable for archery, golf, badminton and dancing. The 2,600-square-foot Tommy Evans Memorial Lounge, used for preand post-game receptions and department functions, is housed on the south end of the second floor. The 125,538-square-foot building also includes a $675,000 classroom wing and a $1.3 million office wing that houses the bulk of The University’s athletics department staff.

The centerpiece of the project, called ZIPSvision, features four Opto Tech 7.5’ x 10’ LED displays which showcase replays of the action on the floor plus other programming before, during and after the game. Opto Tech is one of the industry leaders in large scale video displays, whose sports clients include Major League Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks, Ohio State University, University of Nebraska, and the Georgia Dome, home of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons.   

All 5,500 seats in the arena are retractable to facilitate the use of the 18,000-square-foot floor for physical education activities, concerts, conventions and other special events. Armchair seating is available on the lower level (1,323) and on the west-side upper level (773), while the remaining seats are bleacher style. Improved locker rooms were added to the Rhodes Arena complex in the fall of 1992. The new team facilities were funded through private contributions to the Zips Athletics Club.

Partial funding for ZIPSvision comes from The University of Akron’s 10-year partnership with Pepsi. In exchange for signage, media and pouring rights at UA athletics venues, Pepsi contributed $380,000 to the Rhodes Arena Renovation Project. The balance of the project was generated through the sale of signage, both on ZIPSvision and on courtside media tables. The Cincinnati Floor Company installed the new floor, which was manu-

Rhodes Arena plays host to the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Wine and Gold intrasquad scrimmage every October, along with the LeBron James Skills Academy (showcase for the nation’s best high school players) and the LeBron James King’s Academy (youth camp) each summer. The King James Shooting Stars Classic (AAU tournament) is also headquartered on the UA campus each spring.

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Phase two of the project was one which Zips fans have benefited from most, providing a new state-of-the-art video display and scoreboard system – installed in October 2002.

The arena is comprised of two floors. In addition to the court, the first level features locker rooms, a sports medicine and training facility, a ticket office, a fan team shop and meeting rooms.

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The first phase of the facelift took place during the summer of 2002 when a new hardwood floor was installed. The cost of the project, which was funded by private donations, was $202,500 and was completed in late August. The new floor replaced a surface that was installed when the facility was built in 1983.

Rhodes Arena, which seats 5,500 for basketball, was the first phase of a three-part $20.5 million project, which included the $6.5 million Oliver J. Ocasek Natatorium, a $2.5 million renovation of Memorial Hall (demolished in 2010) and completion of the 6,000-square-foot Clifford Skeen Varsity Weight Room, which was located inside Memorial Hall.

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Prior to the 2002-03 season, Rhodes Arena received a $1.1 million renovation. The project included the addition of a new playing surface and several fan-based capital improvements.

The facility became the new home of The University of Akron’s athletics teams on Dec. 3, 1983. Opened prior to the 1983-84 season, the facility gave the Zips basketball and volleyball teams a modern indoor athletics complex.

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During the summer of 2011, the JAR saw the addition of team lounges for the men’s and women’s basketball programs, as well as a 1,850foot weight room. The team lounges feature state-of the-art technology, including multi-screen audio/visual equipment for practice and game video analysis, and opponent scouting. The video systems, designed specifically to meet the needs of the Akron basketball programs, will be synchronized with equipment located in the existing coaching staffs’ offices to maximize efficiency in video study and game preparation. The weight room will service both basketball programs, as well as the volleyball and women’s tennis squads.

In fall 2008, new courtside tables with LED display capabilities, were purchased for the venue.

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James A. Rhodes Arena provides the Zips with a home-court advantage that rivals any facility in the Mid-American Conference. Also known as Rhodes Arena and the JAR, the facility is home to the men’s and women’s basketball teams, as well as the women’s volleyball squad.


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The men’s basketball program hosts the Zips Basketball School, the Offensive Skills Camp and Basketball Elite Workout camps, in addition to a Team Shootout. Under the direction of coach Dambrot and his coaching staff, the camps exhibit Coach Dambrot’s emphasis on fundamentals, defense and hard work as the major components of being a great basketball player. The JAR is also home to summer camps for both the Akron women’s basketball and volleyball programs. Women’s basketball holds a twoday team shootout and a four-day individual camp geared toward high school players of all skill levels, along with a Li’l Zips Day Camp and an Elite Camp. Similar to that, volleyball offers two team camps and a twoday individual camp, along with several individual day clinics designed to teach specific aspects of the game to all skill levels.

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Local Media Outlets AKRON-IMG SPORTS NETWORK

Flagship: SportsRadio 1350 AM (WARF) 330-836-4700______ Fax: 330-836-5321 7755 Freedom Ave. North Canton, Ohio 44720 Program Director: Keith Kennedy Web Site: www.sportsradio1350.com

WIRE SERVICE

DAILY NEWSPAPERS

Cleveland Plain Dealer 216-999-4370______ Fax: 216-999-6276 1801 Superior Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 Sports Editor: Daryl Kannberg College Sports Editor: David Campbell E-Mail: sports@plaind.com Beat Writer: Elton Alexander E-Mail: efasports@aol.com

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On August 24, 2011, the athletics departments at The University of Akron (UA) and Kent State University (KSU) announced participation in a new competition called “The PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge,” which further expands an intercollegiate athletics rivalry dating back more than a half-century between the two schools. The PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge is based on a time-honored competition for an historic wooden wagon wheel trophy awarded originally in 1945 to the winner of the annual Akron-Kent State football game. For the 2011-12 academic year, the PNC-sponsored rivalry will broaden the competition to include 15 NCAA varsity sports, with victories in each sport adding one point to the challenge standings. Fans can learn more about the rivalry and follow the results and standings via www.PNCWagonWheelChallenge.com. “PNC’s new athletic challenge will spark more excitement in a broad range of sports between these rival schools,” said Kevin O. Thompson, PNC regional president for Akron, Canton and Wooster. “By showcasing the talents of student-athletes, we will further engage alumni and the community to support our schools.” In keeping with tradition, the annual winner of the football contest will gain possession of the historic wooden Wagon Wheel trophy, while the school that accumulates the most total points in all varsity matchups for that academic year will receive an overall series trophy. “The Akron-Kent State rivalry is a regional event and this partnership will help expand it to more sports and likewise more fans,” Akron director of athletics Tom Wistrcill said. “We’re excited to have PNC serve as sponsor of what is one of the more unique rivalries in college athletics. As members of the Mid-American Conference, the results of our competitions against one another are already very important, but the Wagon Wheel Challenge will increase the level of bragging rights around the community.” According to legend, the “Wagon Wheel” trophy traces its beginnings to the spring of 1870 when Akron industrialist John R. Buchtel set out for the town of Kent in search of a site to establish a college. In the muddy Ohio fields, however, his wagon became bogged down in the area where Kent State University is currently located. When horses pulled the wagon, a wheel came loose and became buried until it was discovered in 1902 during the construction of a pipeline along the Western Reserve Trail. The wheel eventually fell into the possession of Dr. Raymond Manchester, who as the Kent State Dean of Men in 1945, suggested the local historic artifact be offered as the trophy to the winner of the annual AkronKent State football game. Through the 2011 game, Kent State leads the series 21–19–1 in Wagon Wheel games. Dating to 1923, Akron leads the all-time series on the gridiron, 30-22-2. “College athletics is built on strong rivalries, and we’re fortunate to have one of the closest in the country with Akron,” Kent State director of athletics Joel Nielsen said. “We’re very appreciative of PNC’s support of the Wagon Wheel Challenge – this model has worked very well with other schools and it can only help grow this rivalry and make it even stronger.” IMG College, the sponsorship and multi-media rights holder for both Akron and Kent State athletics negotiated the PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge, and terms of the agreement will not be made public. The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (www.pnc.com) is one of the nation’s largest diversified financial services organizations providing retail and business banking; residential mortgage banking; specialized services for corporations and government entities, including corporate banking, real estate finance and asset-based lending; wealth management and asset management. Follow @PNCNews on Twitter for breaking news, updates and announcements from PNC.

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PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge - Rules and Qualifying Sports • Each of the fifteen (15) sports will be worth one (1) point. For a school to be the winner of The PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge, it must accumulate at least eight (8) points. • The point is awarded to the team that wins the season series in the head-to-head competition. • If the teams play head-to-head once in a given season (e.g. football), then the school that wins will receive the point. • All regular season games count toward the season series tally (including if non-conference games are played) with the school that wins more games (e.g., winning two of three in softball) receiving the point. If teams split the regular season matchups (e.g., in basketball), then each team receives a one-half (½) point for that sport. • For men’s and women’s cross country, golf and indoor/outdoor track and field, one point is awarded to whichever school finishes higher in the MAC Championship for each of those sports. (For these sports, no other competitions – in-season or post-season – will count toward the series). • MAC and/or NCAA Tournament games can count toward determining the season series winner (e.g., the schools split the two regular season meetings in basketball and then plays in the MAC Tournament, whichever school wins that game is awarded the point). • In the event of a 15-sports season tie, the school that won the trophy the previous year will retain possession. (If there is a tie in the first year, then the schools will share the trophy). 2012-13 Results Kent State won the Wagon Wheel trophy for a second-consecutive season, posting an 8.0-7.0 victory. KSU earned points in baseball (1.0), football (1.0), men’s golf (1.0), women’s golf (1.0), women’s soccer (1.0), softball (1.0), women’s indoor track & field (1.0) and women’s outdoor track & field (1.0). Akron scored points in men’s basketball (1.0), women’s basketball (1.0), men’s cross country (1.0), women’s cross country (1.0), men’s indoor track & field (1.0), men’s outdoor track & field (1.0) and volleyball (1.0).

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Head Coach Eighth Season Slippery Rock, 1984 » 2010 MAC Coach of the Year » 97-120 at Akron (.447) » 323-273 Overall (.542, 21 Seasons) The longest tenured women’s basketball head coach in the Mid-American Conference, Jodi Kest returns for her eighth year leading The University of Akron women’s basketball program. She is back on the sidelines after guiding the Zips to their best season in school history in 2012-13, including the team’s first ever trip to the Mid-American Conference Tournament championship game. Kest has amassed over 320 victories in her head coaching career, highlighted by the program-best 23 wins the Zips collected last year in the process of rewriting the school record book. She became the winningest coach in Akron women’s basketball history when the Zips defeated Canisius on Dec. 1, 2012, 81-72 at Rhodes Arena. Akron captured its first MAC East Division title and made its first appearance in the conference championship game in 2013 at Quicken Loans Arena, after Kest led the team to win nine out of its last 10 regular season games. UA went on to earn an invitation to the WNIT for the first time since 1999, marking just the third overall postseason appearance in program history. Akron finished the season as the seventh-highest scoring team in the nation (75.4 ppg) en route to breaking more than 10 school records as a team. Kest produced Akron’s first ever MAC Player of the Year and Academic AllAmerican in Rachel Tecca, in the forward’s first season on the court after ACL surgery. Tecca broke Akron’s single-season scoring record with 609 points and was ranked 23rd in the country in field goal percentage, despite averaging only 25 minutes per contest. Three of Kest’s starting five were all-conference performers, including Tecca (first team), Sina King (third team) and Hanna Luburgh (third team). Kest also mentored junior point guard Kacie Cassell, the 2013 national leader in assists per game. Following the milestone season, Kest was rewarded with a five-year contract extension that will keep her at UA through the 2017-18 season. A tradition of success has successfully been established at Akron under Kest, featuring her teams’ signature uptempo style of play. In 2011, she coached two All-MAC selections in King and Taylor Ruper. Ruper enjoyed a lightsout year from behind the arc, becoming Akron’s all-time leader in 3-pointers made. Ruper would finish her career a year later in 2013 with a school record 269 3-pointers. King was named to the All-MAC Second Team after she had a breakout season filling the shoes of the injured Tecca at center. In 2010-11, the Zips finished 14-16 overall and 6-10 in conference play, including a trip to the MAC Tournament Quarterfinals, where they almost pulled the upset on top-seeded and eventual WNIT champion Toledo. As a team, Akron set new marks at the time with the largest margin of victory ever in a MAC game when they defeated Northern Illinois by 29 points on the road on Feb. 5. Akron’s 4-4 record in league road games tied the best finish since the 1999-2000 season. Several records were broken that year, highlighted by Kara Murphy surpassing Cheryl Bowles for the all-time scoring record. Murphy was Kest’s first-ever recruit at Akron. In almost storybook fashion, Murphy broke the record on two crucial free throws in the final minutes at Buffalo to help give Akron a gritty road victory, 71-67. She also became the Zips’ all-time leader with 123 games played, never missing a start in her career. Under Kest’s guidance, Tecca had one of the best seasons in program history as only a sophomore in 2010-11. The 288 rebounds she grabbed that year are tied for third for most in a single season. She also set the program mark for double-doubles in a season with 16.

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1986-87 Wilkes University 1987-88 Wilkes University 1988-89 Wilkes University 1989-90 Wilkes University FOUR SEASONS

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EDUCATION 1984 - B.S. in Physical Education from Slippery Rock 1986 - M.S. in Education from Northwest Missouri State COLLEGIATE PLAYING CAREER 1980-1984 - Basketball & Tennis (Slippery Rock) Four Zips received conference honors for their play during the 2010-11 campaign. Tecca highlighted the group, as she became just the third player in program history to make the All-MAC First Team. Murphy, Akron’s lone senior, earned Honorable Mention honors to join Bowles as the only two Zips to garner all-conference recognition all four years of their career. For the sixth-straight year, Akron placed a representative on the All-Freshman Team in Carly Young. Also, junior Jasmine Mushington was named CoSixth Player of the Year with Central Michigan’s Taylor Johnson. Keeping it in the Zips family, Tecca was the recipient of the award in 2009-10. In seven seasons, Kest has now had 11 student-athletes earn All-MAC recognition, six make the All-Freshman Team, two earn Sixth Player of the Year honors, and one named Player of the Year. Earning recognition off the court as well, Tecca was named to the Capital One Academic All-District Third Team for District IV, as announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). The list recog-


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nizes the nation’s top student-athletes for their combined performance on the floor and in the classroom. Tecca became the first women’s basketball player in program history to earn this distinction. During her seven seasons at Akron, Kest has coached 12 Academic All-MAC selections, including a record three in 2012-13 as Tecca, King and Luburgh all earned the distinction.

The highlight of her tenure came during the 2004-05 campaign when the Islanders won a school-record 23 games (23-7), and advanced to the second round of the National Invitation Tournament. The team received votes in the top 25 poll that season as well. From 2004-2006, TAMU-CC defeated such teams as Indiana, West Virginia, Nevada, Fresno State and Kent State.

After opening the season with a 6-8 record, the Zips caught fire, winning 11 of their last 15 games of the regular season. Highlighting the hot stretch was a five-game win streak in league play against West Division foes Western Michigan (58-44), Ball State (66-64, OT), Eastern Michigan (73-66), Central Michigan (62-55) and Northern Illinois (57-39). Wins over the Cardinals and Eagles during that run represented two of five MAC road wins on the season for UA, which was another program high.

Kest served as head coach at Gannon University in Erie, Pa., for six seasons (1996-97 through 2001-02) prior to her stop in Corpus Christi. During that time, she developed a two-time Division II All-American, 10 all-conference players, a pair of freshmen of the year and five all-defensive first team honorees.

In all, the Zips won eight of nine contests from early January to the start of February to finish third in the MAC East Division. It was UA’s second-highest finish in the league since joining the MAC in 1992.

Murphy, in particular, blossomed under Kest’s guidance. The gem of Kest’s first recruiting class at UA, she led the conference in scoring (19.3 ppg), while ranking 22nd nationally, as a sophomore in 2008-09. Furthermore, the physical forward set the school’s single-season record for points at the time (580) and became the youngest player in UA history to reach the 1,000-point plateau for a career. Murphy scored at least 20 points in 16 of 30 games that year and eclipsed the 30-point barrier three times.

The Zips’ historic campaign followed a breakout season on many fronts in 2008-09. In a year that began with an upset win over Michigan – just the program’s second ever victory against a Big Ten opponent – UA recorded its highest win totals, for both overall record (11) and in MAC play (6), in nine years. Furthermore, the Zips snapped a number of dubious streaks along the way, defeating Kent State at home to snap a string of 18 straight defeats to the rival Golden Flashes, ending a 16-game slide to Ohio and a seven-game streak to Buffalo, and recording the program’s first league road victory since 200405 - snapping a string of 19 consecutive defeats - with a convincing 68-56 decision at Miami (Ohio). Kest enjoyed an impressive inaugural campaign in 2006-07 that saw the Zips double their win total from the previous year, experience their longest winning streak since 1996 and place two players on All Mid-American Conference postseason teams. A one-point victory over Lehigh in December of ‘06 jump started a six-game win streak for the Zips en route to their first double-digit win season since 1999-2000. In 2007-08, the Zips got off to a quick start in posting big wins at home against

Kest cut her teeth as a head coach at Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., from 1986-1990 (48-49/.494), rebuilding the struggling Division III program. After posting a 17-29 combined mark in her first two years at the helm, the 1988-89 campaign brought major improvements as the team qualified for the Middle Atlantic Conference playoffs for the first time in program history with a 16-10 record. She was tabbed as the league’s coach of the year that season. The ninth head coach in Akron program history, Kest served as an assistant coach at a number of Division I schools, logging time at Maine (1990-92), Cleveland State (1992-93), Nevada (1993-95) and Cal Poly (1995-96). A 1984 graduate of Slippery Rock, with a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education, Kest was a two-sport standout in basketball and tennis. The three-time basketball team captain garnered All-American honors on the hardwood her final two seasons. She led the “Rock” in scoring in three successive seasons, averaging 13.6 points in 1981-82; 17.8 points in 1982-83, and 19.8 points in 1983-84. She finished her collegiate career with 1,289 points and 540 rebounds, and was inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 1994. In 1986, she received a master of science in education from Northwest Missouri State, where she served as graduate assistant coach from 1984-86.

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Her record-setting season followed a freshman campaign that saw her lead the Zips in scoring (14.5 ppg) and team up with Keyla Snowden (14.2) to form the highest-scoring freshman duo in the nation. Murphy subsequently earned all-freshman and All-MAC third team honors.

Under Kest’s leadership, Gannon center Kristin Roseberry developed into one of the best players in the nation, earning All-American honors in 2000 and 2001. Roseberry was named GLIAC Freshman of the Year in 1999 before guard Jen Gwin earned that distinction in 2002. Kest left the school with the most victories in program history.

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Individual accolades followed the Zips’ record-setting season. In addition to Kest’s coaching honors, Akron placed two on the All-MAC squad – Murphy earned second team recognition while Kyle Baumgartner was named to the third team – and freshman Tecca became the first women’s basketball player in Zips’ history to be named MAC Sixth Player of the Year. Tecca, who averaged 10.4 points and 6.1 rebounds in 22.5 minutes off the bench, was also named to the All-MAC Freshman Team. Following the season, senior Jolene Tamboue was named to the Academic All-MAC Team after posting a 3.353 cumulative GPA as a biochemistry major at UA.

In 2001-02, the Golden Knights won the GLIAC South championship, advanced to the Division II national tournament and were ranked as high as sixth in the nation. Overall, Kest built a 105-64 (.621) mark with the Golden Knights, and guided the program to three-consecutive NCAA Division II tournament appearances and three-straight 20win seasons.

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In addition to the aforementioned benchmarks, Akron secured a first-round bye at the MAC Tournament for the first time and advanced to the semifinals for just the second time since becoming a league member in 1992. The Zips were then selected to compete in the Women’s Basketball Invitational, marking their first postseason appearance in 11 years.

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In 2010, Kest became the first UA women’s coach to receive Coach of the Year accolades from the MAC and just the second Akron basketball coach (men’s or women’s) to do so, following Dan Hipsher, who was presented the award for the men’s team in 1997-98.

Prior to coming to Akron, Kest guided the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi program to a 73-40 (.646) record (16-12 in 2005-06) in four years, tallying a winning mark in each season and being named Independent Coach of the Year three times (2003, ‘04 and ‘05). Also, under Kest’s tutelage, guard Terra Andrews was named Division I Independent Player of the year in three consecutive seasons from 2003-06. With the Islanders, Kest posted the 200th win of her career and left the school with the most wins in program history.

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Since arriving on campus in 2006, Kest, who inherited a program that had won an average of four games per season in the six years prior to her arrival, has elevated the Zips to unprecedented heights. Under Kest, Akron won more games in her first four seasons alone (46) than in the seven seasons prior to her arrival (35 wins from 1999-2000 to 2005-06).

Saint Louis (81-77) and Houston (81-76). Despite a difficult non-conference schedule against some of the nation’s elite teams, including Utah, Nebraska and Dayton, Akron was an even .500 (5-5) after the first 10 games of the year. Murphy recorded one of the most prolific individual seasons in school history. She became the first UA freshman to receive all-conference honors, earning a third team designation after leading the team in scoring (14.5/game), rebounding (5.6/game) and steals (40). She was also the ninth-highest freshman scorer in the nation and earned a spot on the MAC All-Freshman team. Her 449 point total for the year was the fifth-highest mark in school history.


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Melissa Jackson is in her sixth season on the Akron staff and her second as associate head coach. She serves as the program’s recruiting coordinator and offensive coordinator and works primarily with the guards. Jackson’s recruiting efforts have been instrumental in bringing the Akron women’s basketball program to the forefront of the Mid-American Conference over the past several seasons. The 2013-14 senior class marks Jackson’s first full recruiting class at Akron, and is just eight victories away from becoming the winningest class in school history. In 2012-13, Jackson transformed Hanna Luburgh into one of the most feared shooting guards in the conference. Luburgh earned All-MAC third team and All-MAC Tournament team honors after averaging 24.7 points and 9.0 rebounds per game in the conference tournament. She was named MAC East Player of the Week three times during the season, and finished the year with 549 points which ranks third all-time in program history for a single season. Also under Jackson’s watch, Taylor Ruper earned All-MAC honors in 2012. During Ruper’s career at Akron, Jackson helped to develop her into Akron’s all-time leading 3-point shooter, and one of the best longrange shooters in the league as well. “Melissa has worked very hard over the last five years to help build our program into a Mid-American Conference contender,” said UA head coach Jodi Kest. “Her relentless recruiting efforts and coaching capabilities have helped take us to the next level.” Jackson joined the UA staff after helping to guide the University of Delaware program to three postseason berths – including a trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2007 – in four seasons while in the same role from 200405 to 2007-08. During Jackson’s time at Delaware, the Blue Hens captured a Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) regular season championship in 2004-05, a pair of WNIT berths in 2005 and 2006, and earned an at-large bid to the Big Dance with a 26-6 record in 2007. Overall, UD posted a four year record of 80-44 (.645) and won 71 percent of its conference games (5121) during that stretch. Jackson, who worked primarily with the guards at Delaware, helped mentor 2007 WNBA draftee (No. 18 overall) and former Detroit Shock guard Tyresa Smith and a pair of CAA defensive players of the year in Smith (‘06, ‘07) and Kyle DeHaven (‘08). Jackson also played key roles in the recruitment of Jocelyn Bailey, a Top 100 player according to HoopGurlz.com in 2008, and Tesia Harris, the 14th-best swing guard in the nation according to the All-Star Girls Report in 2007. Jackson played four seasons at the University of Richmond and earned a political science degree in May of 2004. She appeared in 50 career games as a guard with the Atlantic 10 Conference power and earned WNIT berths in both 2003 and 2004. Her ‘04 squad advanced to the semifinals. A former All-State selection at Hazleton High School in Hazelton, Pa., Jackson is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and has participated in a number of charitable programs, including Habitat for Humanity, Helping Hands and Adopt a Grandparent. Jackson and her husband, Drew, currently reside in Bay Village with their son, Luke.

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Assistant Coach Second Season Southeast Missouri State, 1998 Glenn Box is in his second season on Jodi Kest’s staff. Box brings multiple seasons of junior college head coaching experience and several years of Division I assistant coaching experience to the Akron bench. He works primarily with the program’s post players and serves as the team’s defensive coordinator. Box also oversees junior college recruiting, scheduling, and is the liaison for strength and conditioning. In 2013, Box coached Akron’s first ever Mid-American Conference Player of the Year in Rachel Tecca, as well as third team All-MAC selection Sina King. “We are excited to have Glenn as a part of the Akron women’s basketball family,” Kest said. “His head coaching experience at the junior college level, assistant coaching experience at the Division I level, and familiarity with the Mid-American Conference are assets for our program. Glenn is a coach with lots of passion, energy and drive. He has brought a different dynamic to our staff, and our student-athletes enjoy working with him immensely.” Prior to coaching at Akron, Box spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Saint Louis University in the Atlantic-10 Conference. He had previously spent two seasons as an assistant at Mid-American Conference foe Western Michigan. Before he became an assistant at the Division I level, Box coached at Rend Lake College for six seasons. He spent his final three seasons at the school as the head women’s basketball coach, leading the Warriors to a 64-31 overall record. His teams topped four nationally-ranked opponents in his three seasons at the helm. Box was an assistant coach for the Rend Lake men’s basketball team for three years before taking over the women’s program. In his second season, Rend Lake finished with a program-best record of 24-8 and was ranked as high as No. 16 in the NJCAA national poll. Box was instrumental in helping numerous Rend Lake student-athletes continue their basketball and academic careers at four-year institutions. A native of Cairo, Ill., Box began his coaching career at Cairo High School as an assistant women’s varsity basketball coach. Box holds an associate’s degree in elementary education from Rend Lake and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Southeast Missouri State. He is the father of sons Darius, 19, and William, 18, and daughter Auna, 12. Box and his wife Angela have been married for 16 years.


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Candace Smith

Director of Operations Sixth Season Central Michigan, 2008

Assistant Coach Fourth Season Akron, 2010

Ayla Guzzardo is in her fourth season with the Zips coaching staff. She also spent her final two collegiate seasons as a Zips student-athlete. In 2013, Guzzardo mentored the national leader in assists per game in point guard Kacie Cassell.

In the Mid-American Conference, Guzzardo finished third in assists per game (4.2), fifth for assists/turnover ratio (1.3) and 15th in steals per game (1.7). Also during her senior season, she served as a team captain and was the recipient of the Coaches’ Award. She helped lead the team to the Zips’ second-ever MAC Tournament semifinals appearance and a postseason appearance in the Women’s Basketball Invitational. Prior to playing at Akron, Guzzardo was a student-athlete at Shelton State Community College in Tuscaloosa, Ala. and a member of the seventh-ranked junior college team in the nation in 2007-08. The squad won two conference championships with Guzzardo on the roster and she posted a career record of 62-9 as the starting point guard.

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Smith, who was a four-year letterwinner with the Chippewas, averaged 10.2 points and 4.0 rebounds as a senior while posting a team-high 3-point field goal percentage of .398 (41-for-103), which was the eighthbest mark in the Mid-American Conference. For her career, the sharp shooter netted 34.9 percent (97-for-278) of her attempts from beyond the arc for fifth on CMU’s all-time list. She also made her mark from the free throw line, finishing second in the record books by hitting 172-of-211 career attempts (.815). As a student-athlete, Smith was active in a number of community projects and belonged to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Divine Order Gospel Choir. Smith received her business administration degree from Central Michigan in May of 2008 and her Master’s of Business Administration from Akron in May 2011. She currently resides in Akron with her husband, Kenny, and their daughter, Kamille.

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Preston Reid

Eric Besserman Graduate Assistant Second Season Akron, 2012

Preston Reid is in his second season as a graduate assistant for the Akron women’s basketball team.

Akron native Eric Besserman is in his second season as the video coordinator graduate assistant for the Zips.

Reid is responsible for maintaining the Zips’ scouting database, overseeing managers and practice players, creating team videos and assisting with workouts, practices and community outreach efforts.

Besserman graduated from UA in the spring of 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in sports management. During his time as an undergrad, he worked in athletic facilities at InfoCision Stadium - Summa Field and Rhodes Arena helping to coordinate and manage events.

Prior to Akron, Reid was a practice player for one season and the head manager and video coordinator for three seasons at Ball State University, where he graduated in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in English education. Under former Cardinals head coach Kelly Packard, Reid was a member of the staff in 2009 when the program defeated perennial powerhouse Tennessee in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Reid spent the 2011-12 season at Florida State University as the assistant video coordinator, where he was in charge of logging games, breaking down film and film exchange. He has also spent time as a video intern with the NBA’s Indiana Pacers and WNBA’s Indiana Fever.

With the women’s basketball program, Besserman’s duties include recording practices and games, breaking down game film and organizing film exchange. Besserman is working towards a master’s degree in sports administration from Akron.

Reid is currently pursuing a master’s degree in sport science and coaching from UA.

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In 2010, Guzzardo completed her undergraduate degree in business organization. In 2012, she received a master’s degree in sport science and coaching from Akron.

“Candace is very organized and another member of our staff who brings youth and enthusiasm to the table,” said UA head coach Jodi Kest. “Additionally, she can relate to our players after having a successful playing career at Central Michigan.”

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The Hammond, La., native appeared in every game of her UA career, starting every contest her senior season. She notched 133 assists in 2009-10, which ranks fifth all-time in program history. Her 238 career assists also put her ninth all-time in the record books.

Smith handles all the day-to-day business operations of the team with a primary focus on travel coordination and community outreach projects.

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“It has been a great advantage to us to have Ayla on our staff,” said Coach Kest. “Her familiarity with our program and the conference has helped us tremendously as we establish ourselves at the top of the MAC. Ayla was an extremely passionate, enthusiastic and hard-working player. and she has brought those characteristics to our coaching staff.“

Local product Candace Smith, formerly Candace Wilson, returns to the Akron staff for her sixth season following a standout playing career at Central Michigan University. The Central Hower High School graduate currently serves as the team’s director of basketball operations.

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Guard 5-4 • Senior (3L) Vandalia, Ohio Vandalia Butler High School

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GP/GS MIN AVG 30/18 703 23.4 32/6 621 19.4 33/33 1130 34.2 95/57 2454 25.8

FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG 20 69 .290 9 31 .290 25 36 .694 11 33 44 1.5 44 110 .400 17 44 .386 42 50 .840 18 46 64 2.0 53 154 .344 23 71 .324 45 65 .692 8 59 67 2.0 117 333 .351 49 146 .336 112 151 .742 37 138 175 1.8

PF FO A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 29 1 102 72 1 11 74 2.5 38 0 114 94 0 19 147 4.6 54 0 259 109 4 35 174 5.3 121 1 475 275 5 65 395 4.2

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as a Freshman (2010-11): Played in all 30 games for the Zips and made Personal: Parents are Jeff and Margret Cassell ... father, Jeff, played bas18 starts … led the team with 102 assists in 703 total minutes … also ketball at Manchester College in Indiana ... older sister, Lauren, played scored 74 points and grabbed 44 rebounds … averaged 3.40 assists basketball at Ohio Northern ... is of Islandic heritage. per game … started first career game against Robert Morris (Nov. 23) ... added four points and seven assists vs. RMU (Nov. 23) .... chipped in a career-high eight points and six dimes in a career-high 44 minutes in an assell s areer ighs overtime win over Georgia Southern (Nov. 26) ... recorded a career-high nine assists at SMU (Nov. 27) ... notched eight assists in back-to-back Mark Opponent Date games against Wright State (Dec. 4) and Cleveland State (Dec. 11) ... Statistic Points 16 vs. Central Michigan 2/4/12 had another six assists at Youngstown State (Dec. 16) ... added seven 6 last vs. Ball State 3/15/13 points in a win over Ursuline College (Dec. 19) ... notched five assists and Rebounds 12 vs. Buffalo 3/14/13 three points at Temple (Jan. 2) ... tallied seven points and four assists in Assists 1 last vs. Buffalo 3/14/13 35 minutes against Miami (Jan. 15) ... dished out five assists at Central Blocks 6 vs. Bryant 11/16/12 Michigan (Jan. 29) ... recorded six assists in 16 minutes at Buffalo (Feb. Steals 44 vs. Georgia Southern 11/26/10 16) ... notched seven points on 7-for-8 at the foul line, a career-best five Minutes boards, and three dimes at Ohio (Feb. 19) ... matched her career high FG Made 6 vs. Bowling Green 2/18/12 with eight points on 3-for-5 shooting at Miami (Feb. 26) ... recorded FG Attempted 11 at Tennessee Tech 11/13/12 three dimes in 12 minutes against Western Michigan in first round of FT Made 8 vs. Georgia Southern 11/26/10 MAC Tournament (Mar. 5). FT Attempted 11 vs. Georgia Southern 11/26/10 3FG Made 3 last vs. Eastern Michigan 2/6/13 at Vandalia Butler High School: Scored 1,065 points during her four- 3FG Attempted 6 last vs. Toledo 1/23/13 year career ... also finished with 416 career assists to set a school record

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as a Sophomore (2011-12): Appeared in all 32 games and made six starts ... averaged 4.6 points, 3.6 assists, and 2.0 rebounds in 19.4 minutes per game ... her 114 assists rank eighth on the UA single season record list ... averaged 5.8 points and 3.8 assists in 16 conference games ... produced a 1.2 assist/turnover ratio on the season, which was fourth best in the MAC ... was a 38.6-percent (17-of-44) shooter from behind the arc ... scored a career-high 16 points in the win over Central Michigan (Feb. 4) ... also handed out a season-high tying eight assists in the win over the Chippewas ... handed out eight dimes in three other games ... chipped in 15 points - going 3-for-3 on threes - in the home loss to Bowling Green (Feb. 18) ... pulled in a career-high six rebounds in the loss to St. Francis (Feb. 22) ... made 84.0-percent (42-of-50) of her free throw attempts ... tallied 19 steals, including three at Notre Dame (Oct. 11) ... scored nine points and recorded eight assists against Miami (Jan. 4) ... played a season-high 27 minutes against both Kent State (Jan. 14) and Western Michigan (Feb. 11).

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as a Junior (2012-13): Finished the season as the national leader in assists per game with 7.8 ... Akron’s all-time assists leader with 475 in her career ... also set the program’s single-season assists record after just 21 games, setting the new bar at 259 dimes, which ranks third alltime in the Mid-American Conference in a season ... led the MAC and was ranked 11th in the country with a 2.4 assists/turnover ratio ... tallied double-digit assists on 10 occasions ... recorded her first career double-double in the MAC Tournament quarterfinal victory over Buffalo at Quicken Loans Arena, putting up 12 points and tying the school’s singlegame record with a career-high 12 assists ... the Zips’ most active player, averaging 35.4 minutes per contest and playing all 40 minutes eight times ... picked off a career-best six steals at home vs. Bryant Nov. 16 ... tied a personal-best six rebounds in the MAC Tournament semifinal win over Ball State March 14.


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as a Junior (2012-13): Appeared in 14 games, averaging 3.6 minutes per contest ... finished 10-for-22 from the field (.455) and 6-for-8 from the free throw line (.750) ... recorded six points and a block in just nine minutes of action on the road at Chicago State Jan. 3 ... collected 15 rebounds. at Pratt Junior College: Led her team to 31 wins in two seasons en route to earning All-Jayhawk Conference recognition in the Western Division ... averaged 14.0 points and 9.5 rebounds per game as a freshman, and 12.0 points and 8.6 rebounds as a sophomore ... tallied 47 career blocks.

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at Firestone High School: Earned All-City Honorable Mention as a junior and Second Team All-City as a senior in 2009-10.

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Personal: Daughter of Karen Guyton ... has one sibling, Tena Johnson.

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Mark Opponent 8 vs. Hiram 5 vs. Hiram - -- 1 last at Chicago State - -- 11 vs. Hiram 4 vs. Hiram 10 vs. Hiram 2 last vs. Central Michigan 3 at Saint Peter’s - -- - --

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GP/GS MIN AVG 14/0 51 3.6 14/0 51 3.6

FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 10 22 .455 0 0 .000 6 8 .750 7 8 15 1.1 1 0 0 6 2 0 26 1.9 10 22 .455 0 0 .000 6 8 .750 7 8 15 1.1 1 0 0 6 2 0 26 1.9

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King’s Career Stats YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP/GS MIN AVG 30/4 522 17.4 30/24 846 28.2 33/33 1001 30.3 93/61 2369 25.5

FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG 49 118 .415 9 22 .409 32 48 .667 43 73 116 3.9 131 274 .478 19 54 .352 91 112 .813 68 128 196 6.5 169 362 .467 21 62 .339 135 159 .849 94 194 288 8.7 349 754 .463 49 138 .355 258 319 .809 205 395 600 6.5

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as a Junior (2012-13): Started every game of her junior campaign ... Earned All-MAC third team recognition ... named to the Academic AllMAC team ... posted a team-high 14 double-doubles, scoring in double figures in 31 out of 33 games, including a streak of 12 in a row ...one of three players on the team to average in double figure scoring with 15.0 points per game, good for fifth overall in the MAC ... surpassed 1,000 career points in the Zips’ postseason WNIT game at Duquesne ... finished the season as the league’s fourth-leading rebounder with an 8.7 per game average ... shot 84.9 percent from the free throw line on the year (No. 32 in the country) and 86.3 percent in conference play ... Knocked down 21 3-pointers, shooting 33.9 percent from long range ... earned MAC East Player of the Week accolades after posted a new career-high 25 points and grabbing 11 boards at home against Cincinnati Dec. 15 ... pulled down a season-high 14 rebounds on the road at Saint Peter’s Nov. 26 ... her 494 points on the season rank fifth all-time in program history ... totaled 288 rebounds which is tied for third in the school record books ... currently the program’s career free throw per- four points and seven rebounds against Miami (Jan. 15) ... tied for a team-high 11 points and six rebounds in 30 minutes of action, equaling centage leader at 80.9 percent with one season left to play. her career high, at Ohio (Feb. 19) ... one of four Zips in double figures as a Sophomore (2011-12): Named Second-Team All-MAC ... earned with 10 points on 3-for-3 from the floor, including two triples, against MAC East Player of the Week honors on Feb. 6 ... placed on the Aca- Western Michigan (Mar. 5). demic All-MAC team ... appeared in 30 games and made 24 starts in her sophomore season ... averaged 12.4 points and 6.5 rebounds per game at Waterford High School: Averaged 19.9 points, 9.0 rebounds and ... played 28.2 minutes per game ... averages jumped to 13.9 points 3.3 assists for her four-year career ... three-time All-Ohio First Team ... and 7.4 rebounds in conference play ... moved from small forward to four-time league player of the year ... left as the all-time leading scorer center to replace Rachel Tecca, who was lost to injury 10 games into the in school history with 1,949 career points ... also set school records season ... shot 47.8-percent (131-of-274) from the floor and 81.3-percent for rebounds (883), free throws (500), assists (326) and steals (406) ... (91-of-112) from the stripe ... knocked down 19 triples ... recorded five set single-season records for points (629) and free throws (203) ... surdouble-doubles ... scored a career-high 22 points on 10-of-13 shooting passed the 1,000-point mark for her career in just three years ... led her at Toledo (Feb. 1) ... hauled in a career-high 16 rebounds to go with 15 team to the regional semifinals each year ... advanced to the regional points in the overtime loss at Ohio (Jan. 19) ... hit the game-tying bucket finals twice as a sophomore and senior. at the end of regulation against the Bobcats ... produced three doubledoubles in a four game stretch from Jan. 22 to Feb. 4 ... scored 20 points Personal: Parents are Benny and Katy King ... has one sister, Hope ... and pulled in 12 rebounds in the loss at Kent State (Feb. 25) ... finished also was a state track qualifier as a freshman and sophomore in the with 21 points in the MAC Tournament first round win over Buffalo (Mar. 4x800 ... set schools records in the discus (116.9), the 4x400 and 4x800. 3) ... hauled in 12 rebounds in the MAC Tournament quarterfinal against Northern Illinois (Mar. 7) at Quicken Loans Arena ... reached double figure points in 10 straight games during the conference season ... scored ing s areer ighs 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the win at Ball State (Jan. 22) ... tallied 19 points and 11 boards in the win over Central Michigan (Feb. 4) Statistic Mark Opponent Date ... had 32 steals and nine blocks on the year ... tallied four steals in the Points 25 vs. Cincinnati 12/15/12 win over Loyola in Seattle (Nov. 25). Rebounds 16 at Ohio 1/19/12 Assists 6 vs. Eastern Michigan 2/6/13 as a Freshman (2010-11): Appeared in all 30 games and made four Blocks 2 last vs. Ohio 2/28/13 starts for the Zips … totaled 139 points and 116 rebounds in 522 min Steals 5 vs. Canisius 12/1/12 utes … averaged 4.6 ppg and 3.9 rpg … finished 49-for-118 (.415) from Minutes 40 vs. Miami 1/4/12 the floor with nine 3-pointers … also recorded 17 assists, 13 steals, and 10 last at Chicago State 1/3/13 five blocks … had 10 points and eight rebounds in first career appear- FG Made 19 at Western Michigan 1/19/13 ance at IUPUI (Nov. 17) ... played a career-high 30 minutes in a win over FG Attempted 9 at Duquesne 3/21/13 Niagara, adding seven points and two assists (Nov. 21) ... added seven FT Made 10 last at Duquesne 3/21/13 points on 2-of-4 from behind the arc against Duquesne (Dec. 1) ... tal- FT Attempted 2 last vs. Buffalo 3/14/13 lied first career double-double against Ursuline College with a career- 3FG Made best 12 points and 10 boards (Dec. 19) ... started first career game and 3FG Attempted 6 vs. Bowling Green 1/31/13 added four points and three assists against Buffalo (Jan. 5) ... recorded

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as a Junior (2012-13): Named to the All-MAC third team and All-MAC Tournament team ... academic All-MAC selection ... scored 549 points which ranks third all-time in program history for a single season ... her 201 field goals on the year rank second in the school record books ... other top-five all-time marks reached include free throw percentage (.865 - second) 3-point percentage (.402 - fourth) and 3-pointers made (70 - fifth) ... her 3-point field goal percentage also ranked 19th in the nation ... three-time MAC East Player of the Week (March 7, Feb. 4, Nov. 26) ... scored in double figures 26 times, including nine 20-plus point performances ... team’s second leading scorer at 16.6 points per game ... averaged 24.7 points and 9.0 rebounds per game in the MAC Tournament ... set a new career-high with 33 points in the MAC semifinal game vs. Ball State March 15, which is the second-highest single game scoring mark in program history ... pulled down a career-high 15 rebounds at home vs. Bowling Green Jan. 31 for first ever double-double, leading Akron to its first win over BGSU since 2001 ... drained a season-high six triples at home against Wright State Dec. 8 ... shot 46.5 percent from the field, a mark that finished 74th in the country ... led the team in scoring for the last five-straight games of the season ... dished out 66 assists and was second on the squad with 23 blocked shots. as a Sophomore (2011-12): Saw time in all 32 games, starting 13 of the last 14 games of the season ... averaged 9.0 points and 3.8 rebounds in 25.1 minutes per game ... shot 39.1-percent (110-of-281) from the field and 35.4-percent (35-of-99) from three ... scored 10.2 points per game in MAC contests ... made 39.2-percent (20-of-51) of her treys during conference play, shooting 41.8-percent (64-of-153) overall ... scored a career-high 21 points in the win over Western Michigan (Feb. 11) ... went for 20 points against Youngstown State (Dec. 18) ... scored 13 of her 15 points at Buffalo (Jan. 14) in the final 5:46 to lead UA to its first MAC win of the season, going 7-of-9 from the floor ... hauled in a career-high 11 rebounds in the home loss to Bowling Green (Feb. 18) ... poured in 18 points at Ball State (Jan. 22) ... dished out a career-high four assists in the MAC Tournament First Round win over Buffalo (March 3) ... totaled 17 blocks, including a career-high three against Buffalo (Feb. 28) and at Miami (Feb. 22) ... Scored in double-digits in 12 contests ... swiped 12 steals, tying a career-high with two against Loyola (Nov. 25) ... scored eight points and grabbed eight boards in back-to-back games at Toledo (Feb. 1) and versus Central Michigan (Feb. 4).

time leading scoring in school history ... also recorded 636 rebounds, 271 steals and 177 assists as a four-year letterwinner ... averaged 18.0 points and 6.5 rebounds while leading her team to a 23-1 record and the district championship game as a senior ... won four sectional championships while posting a four-year record of 79-13. Personal: Parents are Matt Luburgh and Layne Paladino ... has three siblings; Paige, Slade and Ethan ... family owns a construction company, Luburgh Inc., in Zanesville, Ohio ... was a teammate of current UA player Carly Young at Tri-Valley High School.

at Tri-Valley High School: Three-time All-Ohio honoree and all-district player of the year ... scored 1,291 points for her career while setting the school record for career field goal percentage (.575) ... second all- as a Freshman (2010-11): Played in 29 games off the bench … scored 63 points and nabbed 34 rebounds in 256 total minutes … also tallied nine assists, six blocks, and seven steals … made first career appearance at IPFW (Nov. 15) ... recorded a career-high 11 points and three boards in a win over Ursuline College (Dec. 19) ... scored five points in just nine minutes against Buffalo (Jan. 5) ... came off the bench to score 10 points on 5-for-7 shooting at Kent State (Jan. 19) ... scored six points and notched a career best four boards at Miami (Feb. 26) ... recorded six points and a career-high five rebounds in just eight minutes of action in a MAC Tournament first round victory over Western Michigan (Mar. 5).

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Mark Opponent 33 vs. Ball State 15 vs. Bowling Green 6 vs. Hiram 3 last vs. Northern Illinois 3 last at Western Michigan 40 last vs. Ball State 12 at St. Francis (Pa.) 23 vs. Ball State 8 last vs. Ball State 8 last vs. Ball State 6 vs. Wright State 13 vs. Ball State

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GP/GS MIN AVG 29/0 256 8.8 32/15 802 25.1 33/32 1127 34.2 94/47 2185 23.2

FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 25 76 .329 3 23 .130 10 12 .833 11 23 34 1.2 22 0 9 9 6 7 63 2.2 110 281 .291 35 99 .354 33 43 .767 38 85 123 3.8 55 1 36 66 17 15 288 9.0 201 432 .465 70 174 .402 77 89 .865 73 146 219 6.6 72 1 66 69 23 28 549 16.6 336 789 .426 108 296 .365 120 144 .833 49 254 376 4.0 149 2 111 144 46 50 900 9.6

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Forward 6-1 • Senior (3L) Tallmadge, Ohio Archbishop Hoban High School

Tecca’s Career Highs Statistic Points Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes FG Made FG Attempted FT Made FT Attempted 3FG Made 3FG Attempted

Mark Opponent 32 vs. Miami (Ohio) 18 last vs. Eastern Michigan 4 last vs. Niagara 4 vs. Western Michigan 6 vs. Miami (Ohio) 36 vs. Georgia Southern 11 last vs. Miami (Ohio) 19 last vs. Buffalo 12 vs. Miami (Ohio) 14 vs. Miami (Ohio) -1 last at Western Michigan

Date 3/3/13 1/22/11 11/21/10 3/5/11 3/3/13 11/26/10 2/9/13 3/14/13 3/3/13 3/3/13 1/19/13

GP/GS MIN AVG 32/2 721 22.5 30/30 853 28.4 10/10 243 24.3 33/33 839 25.4 105/75 2656 25.3

FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 118 262 .450 0 1 .000 98 141 .695 76 118 194 6.1 94 4 37 88 7 31 334 10.4 192 387 .496 0 1 .000 91 134 .679 97 191 288 9.6 100 5 37 95 16 38 475 15.8 63 118 .534 0 0 .000 44 59 .746 32 44 76 7.6 27 0 5 28 7 17 170 17.0 221 423 .522 0 2 .000 167 215 .777 79 165 244 7.4 70 1 45 82 25 46 609 18.5 594 1190 .499 0 4 .000 400 549 .729 284 518 802 7.6 291 10 124 293 55 132 1588 15.1

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as a Sophomore (2010-11): Recorded one of the best seasons in program history, starting all 30 games for the Zips … named to the All-MAC First Team on March 8, the third first team All-MAC selection in program history … tallied 475 points and 288 rebounds in a team-high 853 minutes …. her 475 points are fifth-most ever in a season and her 288 rebounds rank third on Akron’s all-time list … set new program record with 16 double-doubles … averaged a team-best 15.8 ppg and 9.6 rpg … led the squad with a .496 shooting percentage (192-387), 38 steals and 16 blocks … named to the Capital One Academic All-District 4 Third Team presented by CoSIDA on Feb. 3 ... earned Academic All-MAC honors on April 19 ... started first game of the season at IPFW and added 21 points on 10-of-17 shooting (Nov. 15) ... scored a career-high 30 points and notched 12 rebounds against Robert Morris (Nov. 23) ... tallied a doubledouble in an overtime win over Georgia Southern with 15 points and a season-best 14 boards (Nov. 26) ... made it three-consecutive doubledoubles at SMU with 11 points and 10 rebounds (Nov. 27) ... named MAC East Player of the Week on Nov. 29 ... nabbed a career-high five steals and led Akron with 21 points at Temple (Jan. 2) ... matched her career best with 18 rebounds and scored a game-high 19 points against

Personal: Parents are Gib and Kelly Tecca ... father, Gib, played basketball at the College of Wooster ... has a younger brother, Sam, and a younger sister, Emma ... has three aunts who played collegiate athletics: Rachel Cowley Tecca, who played basketball at Youngstown State; and Michelle Buric and Lisa Humkey, who both played volleyball at Eastern Kentucky.

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as a Junior (2011-12): Started the first 10 games of the year before her season was cut short due to a knee injury ... averaged 17.0 points and 7.6 rebounds per game ... named MAC East Player of the Week on Dec. 5 ... shot 53.8-percent (63-for-118) from the floor and 74.6-percent (44of-59) from the free throw line ... recorded two double-doubles ... scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds against Loyola Chicago (Nov. 25) ... scored a season-high 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the win over Cleveland State (Nov. 30) ... her Cleveland State game was the first of three straight 20-point efforts ... tallied 25 points and eight rebounds on 11-of-14 shooting against Saint Peter’s (Dec. 3) ... poured in 21 points and grabbed nine boards in the home loss to Florida State (Dec. 10).

at Archbishop Hoban High School: All-time leading scorer after amassing 1,135 career points ... two-time North Coast League Player of the Year and All-Ohio Div. II honorable mention ... led team to four conference titles, three sectional championships and advanced to the regional tournament as a sophomore and junior ... first-team all-district honoree as a junior and senior ... averaged 13.5 points, 8.6 rebounds and 1.1 blocks during her four-year career while leading the Knights to a 76-18 (.809) record.

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as a Redshirt Junior (2012-13): Named Mid-American Conference Player of the Year, the first such honor in program history ... Capital One Academic All-America second team selection ... led the league in scoring for the entire regular season, finishing the year with 18.5 points per game, while only averaging 25.4 minutes per contest ... named to the All-MAC first team and All-MAC Tournament team ... unanimous choice for Academic All-MAC team ... set the school’s single-season scoring record with 609 points ... four-time MAC East Player of the Week (Nov. 19, Feb. 11, Feb. 18, March 4) ... scored in double figures in 32 of Akron’s 33 games, including 16 20-plus point performances and six double-doubles ... finished the year as the program’s single-season record holder in both field goals (221) and free throws (167) made ... surpassed 1,000 career points in the second game of the season at Tennessee Tech and is the program’s third all-time leading scorer with one season left to play ... ranked 23rd in the country in field goal percentage (.522) and 43rd in points per game ... posted a career-high 32 points with seven rebounds and six steals at home vs. Miami (Ohio) March 3 ... ranked third in the nation in points per 40 minutes (28.9) ... made more free throws than any other player in the MAC attempted ... graduated with her bachelor’s degree in marketing management prior to the Zips’ home game vs. Cincinnati and began working toward her MBA in January of 2013.

as a Freshman (2009-10): Appeared in every game, including two starts ... first player in the history of the Akron women’s basketball program to be named MAC Sixth Player of the Year ... also earned MAC All-Freshman Team honors ... led the Zips in scoring eight times ... second on the team with three double-doubles ... reached double-digits in scoring 17 times ... earned her first start at Robert Morris (Nov. 19) ... also started at Ball State (Jan. 27) ... responded with 13 points and 15 rebounds, including nine offensive, in a win against the Cardinals ... led UA with a personal-best 26 points – on 11-of-15 shooting – at Bowling Green (Jan. 6) ... posted her first career double-double with 20 points and 18 rebounds (12th-highest single-game total in school history) against Lake Erie College (Dec. 14) ... scored 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds against Bowling Green (Feb. 20) ... connected on nine of 11 free throw attempts in a 17-point performance at Ohio (Jan. 20) ... led the Zips in scoring (22), rebounding (9) and assists (1) vs. Temple (Dec. 28) ... personal-high four steals at Miami (Ohio) (Jan. 16).

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Eastern Michigan for a fourth consecutive double-double (Jan. 22) ... led Akron with 21 points on 10-for-13 shooting, her best performance of the season, and grabbed seven rebounds at Central Michigan (Jan. 29) ... notched her 10th double-double of the season with 16 points and 13 boards against Toledo (Feb. 2) ... led team with 19 points and 11 rebounds for fourth-straight double-double and added a career-high four blocks against Western Michigan in MAC Tournament first round win (Mar. 5) ... added five points and 11 boards against Toledo in the MAC Tournament Quarterfinals (Mar. 9).


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Forward 6-2 • Senior (3L) Frazeysburg, Ohio Tri-Valley High School

as a Junior (2012-13): Academic All-MAC Honorable Mention ... played in all 33 games, averaging 18.6 minutes per contest as the first player off the bench ... put up steady numbers at 6.1 points and 4.3 rebounds per game ... had a career night at home vs. Eastern Michigan Feb. 6 with 23 points on 9-of-10 shooting from the field (5-of-5 from behind the arc) in just 18 minutes of action ... her .900 field goal percentage from that game ranks seventh all-time in program history for a single game ... scored 16 points, including four three’s at Youngstown State Dec. 20 ... set a new career high with four blocks in MAC opener at Ohio Jan. 10 ... led Akron’s 30 bench points against Saint Peter’s with 11 ... stepped in to take a charge in three-straight games from Nov. 26 - Dec. 5. as a Sophomore (2011-12): Played in all 32 games, averaging 8.7 points and 5.6 rebounds in 21.8 minutes per game ... placed in the starting line-up in 24 contests ... shot 38.8-percent (92-237) from the floor ... made 43 3-pointers, the second-highest total on the team ... was a 72.5-percent (50-of-69) shooter from the free throw line ... scored 10.2 points and grabbed 6.6 rebounds per game during MAC play ... recorded four double-doubles ... scored a career-high 20 points against Northern Illinois (Jan. 25), also grabbing seven rebounds ... tallied 16 points and 11 rebounds in the win over Chicago State (Dec. 30) ... scored 15 points and hauled in 13 boards in the win over Western Michigan (Feb. 11) ... brought down a career-high 14 rebounds and scored 12 points in the loss at Miami (Feb. 22) ... had 10 points and 10 boards in the MAC Tournament Second Round loss to Northern Illinois (Mar. 7) ... led the team in scoring in three games ... scored 10 points in the season-opener at Notre Dame (Nov. 11) ... scored 13 points and tallied nine rebounds in the MAC Tournament First Round win over Buffalo (Mar. 3) ... also dished out a career-high six assists in the tournament win over the Bulls ... recorded 14 steals and 15 blocks on the season ... averaged 11.3 points and 7.6 rebounds per game over the season’s final nine contests.

first team honoree ... was an all-state honorable mention as senior after averaging 13.5 points and 4.3 rebounds ... selected to play in the alldistrict all-star game ... was named to the Academic All-Ohio team.

Personal: Parents are Kenny and Lori Young ... has one sibling, Wade ... was a model for eight years ... was a teammate of current UA player, as a Freshman (2010-11): Had a solid first season with the Zips, start- Hanna Luburgh, at Tri-Valley High School.. ing 26 games and playing in all 30 … named to the All-MAC Freshman Team ... tallied 237 points and 97 rebounds in 641 minutes of action … averaged 7.9 ppg and 3.2 rpg … shot .425 from the floor (82-193) and .355 from 3-point range (39-110) … also recorded 33 assists, 20 steals, and seven blocks … made her first career appearance and start at IPFW oung s areer ighs (Nov. 15) ... reached double digits for the first time against Niagara with 11 points (Nov. 21) ... tallied 12 points on 3-of-3 shooting vs. Robert Statistic Mark Opponent Date Morris (Nov. 23) ... knocked down five 3-pointers on the way to a career- Points 23 vs. Eastern Michigan 2/613 high 17 points and five assists in an overtime win over Georgia Southern Rebounds 14 at Miami 2/22/12 at the SMU Thanksgiving Tournament in Dallas (Nov. 26) ... in a hot first Assists 6 vs. Buffalo 3/3/12 half, scored 14 points on 4-for-4 from behind the arc at Bowling Green Blocks 4 at Ohio 1/10/13 (Jan. 12) and also grabbed five rebounds in 24 minutes ... recorded 12 Steals 3 last vs. Bryant 11/16/12 points on 5-for-9 shooting, including two 3-pointers against Miami (Jan. Minutes 31 last vs. Western Michigan 2/11/12 15) ... scored 13 points behind 4-for-7 from long range and chipped in 9 vs. Eastern Michigan 2/6/13 three boards at Central Michigan (Jan. 29) ... recorded 10 points, includ- FG Made 16 at Miami 2/22/12 ing 2-for-3 from long range, at NIU (Feb. 5) ... scored a team-high 15 FG Attempted 6 last at Kent State 2/23/13 points and grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds with first career double- FT Made FT Attempted 9 last at Kent State 2/23/13 double against Kent State (Mar. 2). 3FG Made 5 last vs. Eastern Michigan 2/6/13 9 (2x) last vs. Kent State 1/14/12 at Tri-Valley High School: Was a four-year letterwinner ... finished with 3FG Attempted 1,003 points and 367 rebounds for her career ... three-time all-district

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Young’s Career Stats YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP/GS MIN AVG 30/26 641 21.4 32/24 696 21.8 33/0 613 18.6 95/50 1950 20.5

FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 82 193 .425 39 110 .355 34 55 .618 34 63 97 3.2 80 3 33 53 7 20 237 7.9 92 237 .388 43 138 .312 50 69 .725 59 120 179 5.6 84 3 27 68 15 14 277 8.7 67 184 .364 30 110 .273 36 43 .837 35 107 142 4.3 64 0 36 42 22 17 200 6.1 241 614 .393 112 358 .313 120 167 .719 128 290 418 4.4 228 6 96 163 44 51 714 7.5

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Guard 5-11 • Sophomore (1L) Fairview Park, Ohio Magnificat High School

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as a Freshman (2012-13): Appeared in 25 games as the back-up point guard ... logged a season-high 21 minutes off the bench and picked up three assists at home vs. Hiram Nov. 10 ... provided quality minutes on the road at Providence with a pair of assists ... scored Akron’s 100th point on a free throw in the record-breaking victory at Saint Peter’s Nov. 26 ... had eight points and five assists without a turnover in just 13 minutes against nationally-ranked Dayton Dec. 18, going 3-for-3 from the field with two 3-pointers ... led both teams with six assists vs. Kent State Jan. 13 ... dished out three assists without a turnover in seven minutes at home against Ohio Feb. 28.

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at Magnificat High School: As a senior, averaged 10.4 points, 3.5 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 3.7 steals per game ... three-time Honorable Mention All-District ... received the Coach’s Award in each of her last two seasons ... in 2011-12, led her team to the district championship title and a 20-5 record. Personal: Daughter of Mark and Jeanne Barilla ... has three older siblings, Michelle, Mark and Matt.

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Statistic Points Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes FG Made FG Attempted FT Made FT Attempted 3FG Made 3FG Attempted

Mark Opponent 8 vs. Dayton 4 vs. Dayton 6 vs. Kent State - -- 2 last at Ohio 21 vs. Hiram 3 last vs. Kent State 6 vs. Kent State 3 at Saint Peter’s 4 at Saint Peter’s 2 vs. Dayton 2 last vs. Central Michigan

Date 12/18/12 12/18/12 1/13/13 -1/10/13 11/10/12 1/13/13 1/13/13 11/26/12 11/26/12 12/18/12 1/26/13

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Barilla’s Career Highs

Barilla’s Career Stats YEAR 2012-13 TOTALS

GP/GS 25/0 25/0

MIN AVG 182 7.3 182 7.3

FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 9 29 .310 4 15 .267 4 7 .571 2 20 22 0.9 14 0 35 18 2 10 26 1.0 9 29 .310 4 15 .267 4 7 .571 2 20 22 0.9 14 0 35 18 2 10 26 1.0

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Guard 5-8 • Sophomore (1L) Warren, Ohio Warren Harding High School

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as a Freshman (2012-13): Appeared in all 33 games during her rookie campaign as the first guard off the bench, averaging 9.7 minutes per contest ... picked up a team-high three steals in home opener vs. Hiram Nov. 10 ... scored a career-high 10 points on 5-of-8 shooting to go with five rebounds on the road at Tennessee Tech Nov. 13 ... played a seasonhigh 18 minutes on four different occasions ... recorded a seven-game stretch in which she played 79 minutes with just two turnovers ... posted back-to-back games with four key rebounds at Chicago State (Jan. 3) and at Ohio (Jan. 10) ... tallied six points and two assists without a turnover in 18 minutes vs. Kent State Jan. 13 ... pulled down a career-high nine rebounds at home vs. Toledo Jan. 23 ... picked up a pair of steals in five minutes at Miami (Ohio) Feb. 9. at Warren Harding High School: The only player in school history with 1,000 career points and rebounds ... holds the single game scoring record with 45 points ... averaged 26.5 points and 13.9 rebounds per game as a senior ... averaged 15.8 points and 11.7 rebounds per game as a junior ... two-time All-State honoree ... conference player of the year in 2012 ... first team All-District as a senior ... MVP of the Trumbull County and North-South All Star Game. Personal: Daughter of Al and Carmen Brown ... has five siblings, Nakkita, Alfred, Faith, Hope and Charity ... plays the alto saxophone.

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Brown’s Career Highs

Statistic Points Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes FG Made FG Attempted FT Made FT Attempted 3FG Made 3FG Attempted

Mark Opponent 10 at Tennessee Tech 8 vs. Toledo 2 last vs. Ball State 1 last vs. Toledo 3 vs. Hiram 18 last vs. Kent State 5 at Tennessee Tech 8 at Tennessee Tech 2 last at Bowling Green 2 last at Bowling Green - -- 1 vs. Miami (Ohio)

Date 11/13/12 1/23/13 2/16/13 1/23/13 11/1/12 1/13/13 11/13/12 11/13/12 2/20/13 2/20/13 -3/3/13

Brown’s Career Stats YEAR 2012-13 TOTALS

GP/GS 33/0 33/0

MIN AVG 320 9.7 320 9.7

FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 21 72 .292 0 1 .000 10 16 .625 19 41 60 1.8 18 0 14 32 3 12 52 1.6 21 72 .292 0 1 .000 10 16 .625 19 41 60 1.8 18 0 14 32 3 12 52 1.6

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DiAndra Gibson Guard/Forward 5-11 • Sophomore (1L) Ravenna, Ohio Ravenna High School

as a Freshman (2012-13): Appeared in 14 contests, averaging 4.6 minutes per game ... logged a season-high 16 minutes in home opener vs. Hiram Nov. 10 ... scored a career-best nine points to go with four rebounds against Hiram ... dropped three dimes in just seven minutes at Saint Peter’s Nov. 26 ... in three minutes at Ohio Jan. 10, tallied a rebound, an assist, a block and a steal.

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at Ravenna High School: Two-time conference player of the year and four-time all-conference honoree ... first team All-Ohio as a junior and second team All-Ohio as a senior ... finished as just the second girls basketball player in school history with more than 1,000 career points ... broke the school rebounding record ... averaged double figures in scoring all four years. Personal: Daughter of Henry and Andrea Gibson ... has one brother, Tate.

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Statistic Points Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes FG Made FG Attempted FT Made FT Attempted 3FG Made 3FG Attempted

Mark Opponent 9 vs. Hiram 4 vs. Hiram 3 at Saint Peter’s 1 last at Ohio 1 last at Ohio 16 vs. Hiram 4 vs. Hiram 9 vs. Hiram 1 last vs. Kent State 3 last vs. Kent State 1 last vs. Kent State 3 last vs. Kent State

Date 11/10/12 11/10/12 11/26/12 1/10/13 1/10/13 11/10/12 11/10/12 11/10/12 1/13/13 1/13/13 1/13/13 1/13/13

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Gibson’s Career Highs

Gibson’s Career Stats YEAR 2012-13 TOTALS

GP/GS MIN AVG 14/0 65 4.6 14/0 65 4.6

FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 7 22 .318 2 7 .286 2 2 1.000 6 3 9 0.6 8 0 6 5 3 4 18 1.3 7 22 .318 2 7 .286 2 2 1.000 6 3 9 0.6 8 0 6 5 3 4 18 1.3

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Forward 6-0 • Sophomore (1L) Fairmont, W.Va. Fairmont Senior High School

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as a Freshman (2012-13): Saw time in 24 games, averaging 5.6 minutes per contest ... picked up a team-high nine rebounds and scored a season-best eight points in home opener vs. Hiram Nov. 10 ... grabbed four boards and posted a block in first career MAC appearance at Ohio Jan. 10 ... tied a career-best eight points vs. Kent State Jan. 13. at Fairmont Senior High School: Four-time first team all-conference selection ... named third team all-state as a junior and second team allstate as a senior ... finished her career with 1,040 points ... averaged double figures in scoring all four years, including over 13 points per game her last two seasons ... averaged over 10 rebounds per game each of the last three years ... as a senior, led her team to a sectional championship title and a 19-4 overall record. Personal: Daughter of Mike and Lois Nunan ... has one sibling, D.J.

Nunan’s Career Highs Statistic Points Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes FG Made FG Attempted FT Made FT Attempted 3FG Made 3FG Attempted

Mark Opponent 8 last vs. Kent State 9 vs. Hiram 2 vs. Kent State 1 last vs. Kent State - -- 17 vs. Kent State 4 vs. Kent State 6 last vs. Kent State 2 last vs. Bryant 6 vs. Hiram - -- 1 vs. Cincinnati

Date 1/13/13 11/10/12 1/13/13 1/13/13 -1/13/13 1/13/13 1/13/13 11/16/12 11/10/12 -12/15/12

Nunan’s Career Stats YEAR 2012-13 TOTALS

GP/GS 24/0 24/0

MIN AVG 135 5.6 135 5.6

FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 12 30 .400 0 1 .000 4 10 .400 15 24 39 1.6 18 0 8 17 3 1 28 1.2 12 30 .400 0 1 .000 4 10 .400 15 24 39 1.6 18 0 8 17 3 1 28 1.2

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Forward 6-2 • Junior (TR) Cleveland, Ohio NC State / Midpark High School

» Will sit out the 2013-14 season due to NCAA transfer rules. as a Sophomore at NC State (2012-13): Appeared in eight games ... collected eight points and six rebounds ... posted a pair of blocks and only recorded one turnover in 42 minutes.

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Hannah Plybon

at Orrville High School: Named the 2013 Division III Player of the Year in the state of Ohio … four-time All-Ohio selection, including three firstteam nods … led her team to a 26-3 record, district and regional championships and the state final four as a senior … set the school’s and the county’s all-time scoring record with 2,107 points … averaged 20.9 points, 7.6 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 1.7 steals per game for her career … two-time conference player of the year and district player of the year … named to the All-Ohio academic first team in 2013 … also earned first team all-academic in track and first team all-league and all-district in volleyball … led Orrville to the state competition in all three sports her senior year. Personal: Daughter of J.D. and Linda Plybon … has two sisters, Hillary and Allison … sister Hillary plays volleyball at Austin Peay State University.

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at Midpark and Regina High School: Ranked as high as No. 62 and 63 by Blue Star Report and Peachstatehoops.com, respectively in her class ... ESPNU HoopGurlz has her as the 35th-best forward ... 2011 McDonald’s All American Nominee ... as a senior, led team to a 22-3 record, 14-0 in division play ... averaged 10.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 3.0 blocks and 2.0 steals per game as a senior ... averaged 7.9 points, 7.7 rebounds and one block shot per game at Regina High School as a junior ... she transferred to Midpark High after Regina closed down ... led Regina to the Division III state title as a sophomore, and lost in the semifinals her freshman year.

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as a Freshman at NC State (2011-12): Reserve forward for State in first season ... scored two points in three games.

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Guard 5-11 • Freshman (HS) Mercer, Pa. Kennedy Catholic High School

at Kennedy Catholic High School: First team all-state honoree as a senior … three-time first team all-district selection, including district MVP in 2013 … led her team to three district championships and three 20-win seasons in four years … averaged 17.3 points, 7.7 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 3.2 steals per game as a senior … finished her career with 1,384 points. Personal: Daughter of Larry and Michelle Ricketts … has one younger brother, Kyle.

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Guard 5-4 • Freshman (HS) New Albany, Ohio New Albany High School

at New Albany High School: Four-time all-conference selection … AllOhio special mention as a sophomore and honorable mention as a junior … earned second team all-district recognition following her junior and senior seasons … as a sophomore, averaged 13.1 points and 4.1 assists per game … led her team to two 20-win seasons in four years and a 74-17 overall record during her career … captured the conference championship in 2009-10. Personal: Daughter of Randy and Stephanie Scipio … has one older sister, Christina … related to country singer Loretta Lynn.

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Forward 5-11 • Freshman (HS) Silver Lake, Ohio Walsh Jesuit High School

at Walsh Jesuit High School: Four-year letterwinner … recognized as the 2013 senior athlete of the year … averaged 10 points and six rebounds per game as a senior … earned all-conference honorable mention accolades … squad advanced to the state final four her freshman year … named to the Dean’s List all four years … also a four-year letterwinner in softball and member of the state final four qualifying team in 2013. Personal: Daughter of Robert and Claudia Simone … middle child of five, has two older siblings, Bobby and Maria, and two younger siblings, Erik and Luke … father Robert played football at West Virginia University … oldest brother Bobby played baseball at Akron from 2008-11.

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<HEADLINE> 2012-13 SEASON REVIEW ONE SWEET RIDE • Under Coach Kest, Akron assembled the most successful season in the program’s 39-year history in 2012-13, finishing with a 23-10 overall record and a 12-4 mark in the Mid-American Conference. • The Zips won nine out of their last 10 regular season games to capture their first MAC East Division crown, which earned them a No. 3 seed in the conference Tournament - their highest seeding since joining the league in 1992. • UA rode its momentum all the way to its first ever appearance in the MAC championship game at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, but came up short against Central Michigan, 86-68. • Akron continued its postseason run, accepting an invitation to the Women’s NIT. It was the first time the Zips advanced to the WNIT since 1999, and just their third postseason appearance in school history. NCAA National Rankings (Top 100)... *Final Team Rank Stat/Game Scoring Offense 7 75.4 Scoring Margin 53 8.3 FG Percentage 31 43.0 FT Percentage 6 79.1 3-Point FG/Gm 27 7.2 3-Point FG % 51 33.3 W-L Percentage 56 69.7 Assists Per Game 5 17.8 Turnovers Per Game 97 15.8 Personal Fouls Per Game 23 13.2 Assist/TO Ratio 16 1.13 Individual Points/Gm Rebounds/Gm Assists/Gm FG % FT % 3-Point FG % 3-Point FG/Gm Asst/TO Ratio

Player Rank Stat/Game R. Tecca 43rd 18.5 H. Luburgh 77th 16.6 S. King 98th 8.7 K. Cassell 1st 7.8 R. Tecca 23rd 52.2 Sina King 73rd 46.7 H. Luburgh 74th 46.5 S. King 32nd 84.9 H. Luburgh 19th 40.2 T. Ruper 100th 32.4 T. Ruper 39th 2.58 H. Luburgh 94th 2.12 K. Cassell 11th 2.38

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REWRITING HISTORY • The Zips came together to break a total of 14 school records as a team, including most wins (23), best conference record (12-4), most points scored (2,488), most 3-point field goals made (236) and most assists (589). • Akron’s signature fastbreak offense led to a program-best 75.4 points per game scoring average that ranked seventh in the nation by the season’s end. • The Zips’ MAC East Division title marked the first time since the 2004-05 season that a team other than Bowling Green had won the East. • UA posted the largest margin of victory over a Division I opponent (46 points vs. Saint Peter’s) and over a MAC opponent (35 points vs. Kent State). Akron also swept rival KSU for the first time in school history.

INDIVIDUAL ACCOLADES • Rachel Tecca (pictured above) became the first Akron women’s basketball player to be named MAC Player of the Year, as well as earn Academic All-American honors. • Tecca set Akron’s single-season scoring record with 609 points, despite averaging just over 25 minutes per game. • Hanna Luburgh and Sina King were named to the All-MAC third team. Luburgh also joined Tecca on the All-MAC Tournament team. • King and Tecca both surpassed 1,000 career points during the season, and Luburgh begins the 2013-14 season just 100 points short of the milestone. • Kacie Cassell finished the year as the national leader in assists per game, and is Akron’s all-time assists leader.


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2012-13 STATS/RESULTS <HEADLINE>

2012-13 UNIVERSITY OF AKRON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Overall Statistics - All Games

Key

*-Mid-American Conference game !-MAC Tournament Quarterfinals (Cleveland, Ohio) %-MAC Tournament Semifinals (Cleveland, Ohio) #-MAC Tournament Championship (Cleveland, Ohio) ^-WNIT First Round Home games in CAPS

SCORE 83-24 78-67 78-56 73-74 81-78 103-57 81-72 65-49 71-73 67-54 59-90 71-80 86-45 81-54 93-58 63-52 77-84 65-77 69-92 68-63 75-57 82-81 84-77 64-52 61-74 77-71 98-82 71-65 77-60 83-79 70-61 68-86 66-71

OVERALL 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1 7-2 8-2 8-3 8-4 9-4 10-4 11-4 12-4 12-5 12-6 12-7 13-7 14-7 15-7 16-7 17-7 17-8 18-8 19-8 20-8 21-8 22-8 23-8 23-9 23-10

CONF. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 8-4 9-4 10-4 11-4 12-4 12-4 12-4 12-4 12-4

ATTEND. 343 1015 509 731 203 414 336 239 410 382 751 1044 218 952 788 284 831 613 1087 462 892 437 750 1781 1562 479 491 646 1156 1647 2127 2221 539

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RECORDS & HISTORY

OPPONENT RESULT HIRAM W at Tennessee Tech W BRYANT W at St. Francis (Pa.) L at Providence W at Saint Peter’s W CANISIUS W at George Mason W WRIGHT STATE L CINCINNATI W (16/15) DAYTON L at Youngstown State L at Chicago State W at Ohio* W KENT STATE* W at Northern Illinois* W at Western Michigan* L TOLEDO* L at Central Michigan L BOWLING GREEN* W BUFFALO* W EASTERN MICHIGAN* W at Miami (Ohio)* W BALL STATE* W at Bowling Green* L at Kent State* W OHIO* W MIAMI (OHIO)* W at Buffalo* W vs. Buffalo! W vs. Ball State% W vs. Central Michigan# L at Duquesne^ L

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DATE Nov. 10 Nov. 13 Nov. 16 Nov. 18 Nov. 24 Nov. 26 Dec. 1 Dec. 5 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 18 Dec. 20 Jan. 3 Jan. 10 Jan. 13 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 31 Feb. 2 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. 28 Mar. 3 Mar. 6 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 16 Mar. 21

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GAME RESULTS

Overall: 23-10; Mid-American Conference: 12-4 Home: 11-3; Away: 10-6; Neutral: 2-1

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## PLAYER GP-GS Min. Avg. FG-FGA FG% 3FG-FGA 3FG% FT-FTA FT% RBS AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 32 TECCA, Rachel 33-33 839 25.4 221-423 .522 0-2 .000 167-215 .777 244 7.4 70 45 82 25 46 609 18.5 14 LUBURGH, Hanna 33-32 1127 34.2 201-432 .465 70-174 .402 77-89 .865 219 6.6 72 66 69 23 28 549 16.6 42 KING, Sina 33-33 1001 30.3 169-362 .467 21-62 .339 135-159 .849 288 8.7 59 50 84 10 43 494 15.0 20 RUPER, Taylor 33-33 1064 32.2 99-296 .334 85-262 .324 10-12 .833 69 2.1 52 68 49 4 40 293 8.9 35 YOUNG, Carly 33-0 613 18.6 67-184 .364 30-110 .273 36-43 .837 142 4.3 64 36 42 22 17 200 6.1 03 CASSELL, Kacie 33-33 1130 34.2 53-154 .344 23-71 .324 45-65 .692 67 2.0 54 259 109 4 35 174 5.3 15 BROWN, Anita 33-0 320 9.7 21-72 .292 0-1 .000 10-16 .625 60 1.8 18 14 32 3 12 52 1.6 24 NUNAN, Katie 24-0 135 5.6 12-30 .400 0-1 .000 4-10 .400 39 1.6 18 8 17 3 1 28 1.2 02 BARILLA, Megan 25-0 182 7.3 9-29 .310 4-15 .267 4-7 .571 22 0.9 14 35 18 2 10 26 1.0 12 GUYTON, Cari 14-0 51 3.6 10-22 .455 0-0 .000 6-8 .750 15 1.1 1 0 6 2 0 26 1.9 23 GIBSON, DiAndra 14-0 65 4.6 7-22 .318 2-7 .286 2-2 1.000 9 0.6 8 6 5 3 4 18 1.3 33 WOOD, Jasmine 8-0 31 3.9 7-11 .636 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 12 1.5 5 0 1 4 1 14 1.8 22 BUBNA, Katie 6-1 42 7.0 2-6 .333 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 8 1.3 2 2 2 1 0 5 0.8 TEAM 130 6 TEAM TOTALS 33 6600 878-2043 .430 236-708 .333 496-627 .791 1324 40.1 437 589 522 106 237 2488 75.4 OPPONENT TOTALS 33 6600 849-2157 .394 179-602 .297 338-478 .707 1256 38.1 589 452 538 114 288 2215 67.1


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Team Statistics - Conference Games Only ## PLAYER GP-GS Min. Avg. FG-FGA FG% 3FG-FGA 3FG% FT-FTA FT% RBS AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 32 TECCA, Rachel 16-16 421 26.3 108-205 .527 0-2 .000 95-120 .792 113 7.1 36 25 41 11 31 311 19.4 14 LUBURGH, Hanna 16-15 556 34.8 92-190 .484 29-73 .397 33-37 .892 104 6.5 43 31 30 14 12 246 15.4 42 KING, Sina 16-16 503 31.4 83-192 .432 10-32 .313 69-80 .863 139 8.7 32 31 36 5 21 245 15.3 20 RUPER, Taylor 16-16 543 33.9 52-146 .356 45-133 .338 6-6 1.000 39 2.4 24 36 23 1 22 155 9.7 35 YOUNG, Carly 16-0 307 19.2 38-97 .392 17-55 .309 22-26 .846 66 4.1 35 16 20 13 4 115 7.2 03 CASSELL, Kacie 16-16 566 35.4 27-78 .346 14-43 .326 22-29 .759 27 1.7 30 124 56 1 11 90 5.6 15 BROWN, Anita 16-0 141 8.8 7-33 .212 0-1 .000 2-4 .500 31 1.9 6 7 14 2 3 16 1.0 02 BARILLA, Megan 11-0 68 6.2 5-14 .357 1-6 .167 1-3 .333 5 0.5 3 16 5 1 5 12 1.1 24 NUNAN, Katie 10-0 45 4.5 4-8 .500 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 9 0.9 8 4 9 2 1 8 0.8 23 GIBSON, DiAndra 7-0 18 2.6 1-6 .167 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 1 0.1 3 1 0 1 1 3 0.4 12 GUYTON, Cari 8-0 12 1.5 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4 0.5 0 0 2 0 0 2 0.3 33 WOOD, Jasmine 2-0 11 5.5 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2 1.0 0 0 1 2 1 2 1.0 22 BUBNA, Katie 2-1 9 4.5 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2 1.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0.0 TEAM 60 TEAM TOTALS 16 3200 419-974 .430 117-348 .336 250-307 .814 602 37.6 220 291 237 54 112 1205 75.3 OPPONENT TOTALS

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429-1026 .418

85-282

.301 156-221 .706 594 37.1 289 227 254 51 135 1099 68.7

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Final Standings

Postseason Awards

EAST DIVISION Akron Bowling Green Miami (Ohio) Buffalo Ohio Kent State WEST DIVISION Toledo Central Michigan Ball State Western Michigan Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois

MAC PCT OVERALL 12-4 .750 23-10 11-5 .688 24-11 10-6 .625 19-13 8-8 .500 12-20 1-15 .063 6-23 1-15 .063 3-27

PCT .697 .686 .594 .375 .207 .100

MAC PCT OVERALL 15-1 .938 29-4 12-4 .750 21-12 12-4 .750 17-16 6-10 .375 11-20 6-10 .375 8-22 2-14 .125 7-23

PCT .879 .636 .515 .355 .267 .233

2013 MAC TOURNAMENT Final Results Saturday, Mar. 9 ~ First Round at Campus Sites No. 5 Bowling Green def. No. 12 Kent State, 76-36 No. 9 Western Michigan def. No. 8 Eastern Michigan, 80-72 No. 7 Buffalo def. No. 10 Northern Illinois, 56-46 No. 6 Miami def. No. 11 Ohio, 83-61 Wednesday, Mar. 13 ~ Second Round at Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, Ohio No. 5 Bowling Green def. No. 9 Western Michigan, 55-53 No. 7 Buffalo def. No. 6 Miami, 82-70 Thursday, Mar. 14 ~ Quarterfinals at Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, Ohio No. 4 Central Michigan def. No. 5 Bowling Green, 81-48 No. 3 Akron def. No. 7 Buffalo, 83-79 Friday, Mar. 15 ~ Semifinals at Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, Ohio No. 4 Central Michigan def. No. 1 Toledo, 66-61 No. 3 Akron def. No. 2 Ball State, 70-61 Saturday, Mar. 16 ~ Championship at Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, Ohio No. 4 Central Michigan def. No. 3 Akron, 86-68

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ALL-MAC FIRST TEAM NAME YEAR POSITION SCHOOL Rachel Tecca RS Junior F Akron Crystal Bradford Sophomore G/F Central Michigan Courtney Osborn Senior G Miami (Ohio) Andola Dortch Junior G Toledo Naama Shafir RS Senior G Toledo ALL-MAC SECOND TEAM NAME YEAR POSITION SCHOOL Nathalie Fontaine Freshman G Ball State Alexis Rogers RS Junior G Bowling Green Chrissy Steffen Senior G Bowling Green Kirsten Olowinski Senior F Miami Yolanda Richardson Senior C Toledo ALL-MAC THIRD TEAM NAME YEAR POSITION SCHOOL Sina King Junior G/F Akron Hanna Luburgh Junior G Akron Brandy Woody Junior G Ball State Jessica Green Sophomore G Central Michigan Inma Zanoguera Sophomore G/F Toledo ALL-MAC HONORABLE MENTION NAME YEAR POSITION SCHOOL Christa Baccas Sophomore F/C Buffalo Mackenzie Loesing Freshman G Buffalo Brandie Baker Senior G/F Central Michigan Jessica Schroll Senior G/F Central Michigan Marquisha Harris Sophomore F Western Michigan MAC ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM NAME POSITION SCHOOL Nathalie Fontaine G Ball State Mackenzie Loesing G Buffalo Bianca Cage G Eastern Michigan Kiyanna Black G Ohio Miracle Woods C Western Michigan Sixth Player of the Year: Shanee’ Jackson, Ball State Defensive Player of the Year: Andola Dortch, Toledo Freshman of the Year: Nathalie Fontaine, Ball State Player of the Year: Rachel Tecca, Akron Coach of the Year: Tricia Cullop, Toledo


Section Contents All-Time Series Records Annual Team Statistics/Coaching Records All-Time Letterwinners Team Records Single-Game Records Individual Records Postseason Honors Annual Leaders Overtime & 100-Point Games Team Awards Postseason Highlights Year-By-Year Results

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W L

FIRST MTG. OPPONENT Georgia Southern

Alabama 0 3 Alabama-Birmingham 0 1 Alaska-Anchorage 1 0 Albany 1 0 Albion 1 0 Allegheny 1 0 American 2 2 Arizona State 0 2 Arkansas 0 1 Ashland 5 6 Austin Peay 5 6 B Baldwin-Wallace Ball State Binghamton Bowling Green Bryant Bucknell Buffalo Butler

1996-97 1999-00 1997-98 1999-00 1985-86 1980-81 1989-90 2002-03 1987-88 1974-75 1983-84

California (Pa.) 1 0 Cal Poly 1 0 Campbell 1 0 Canisius 2 2 Capital 4 1 Carlow College 1 0 Case Western Reserve 1 0 Cedarville 3 2 Central Michigan 14 18 Central State 6 4 Chattanooga 0 1 College of Charleston 1 2 Chicago State 4 2 Cincinnati 2 7 Clarion State 3 0 Cleveland State 17 25 Coastal Carolina 1 0 Colorado State 0 1 Columbia 1 0

1980-81 1995-96 1998-99 1987-88 1975-76 1982-83 1974-75 1977-78 1982-83 1979-80 2008-09 1982-83 1987-88 1975-76 1980-81 1975-76 1996-97 1997-98 1991-92

D 0 1 0 1 0 7 2 3 0 7 1 4 0 1 0 1 1 5

2005-06 1980-81 1978-79 1977-78 1983-84 1982-83 2005-06 2011-12 1984-85

E East Tennessee St. Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Eastern Washington Edinboro Evansville

1 0 1 0 4 5 17 14 1 0 2 3 0 2

F Findlay Florida Florida Atlantic Florida State Furman

1 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 1

G Gannon George Mason

Hawai’i Hiram Houston Howard I

Illinois-Chicago Indiana Indiana State Iowa State 1 0 1974-75 IPFW 13 17 1986-87 IUPUI 1 0 2006-07 3 48 1978-79 J 1 0 First Meeting Jacksonville State 1 3 1994-95 John Carroll 17 20 1991-92 0 2 1987-88 K

C

Dartmouth Davis & Elkins Dayton Defiance DePaul Detroit Drake Drexel Duquesne

H

1 4 1 0

Kent State Kent-Tuscarawas

5 5 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 3 2 0

1 3

0 2

9 49 2 0

Lafayette 1 0 Lake Erie College 1 0 Lehigh 2 1 Liberty 0 1 Lock Haven 1 0 Longwood 1 0 Lorain Community Coll. 2 0 Louisiana Tech 0 1 Loyola (Ill.) 1 0 Loyola (Md.) 0 2 M Maine 0 1 Malone 7 3 Manhattan 0 1 Marist 0 2 Marquette 2 2 Marshall 7 7 Maryland-Eastern Shore 1 0 Mercyhurst 0 1 Miami (Ohio) 10 32 Michigan 1 3 Michigan State 0 3 Middle Tennessee 0 8 Mississippi Valley St. 0 1 Monmouth 1 1 Montana State 1 0 Morehead State 2 8 Mt. Saint Joseph 4 2 Mt. Saint Mary’s 0 1 Mount Union 3 0 Murray State 2 6

Oakland 1978-79 Oberlin 2012-13 Ohio

1988-89 1998-99 2001-02 2005-06 2003-04 2009-10

W L FIRST MTG. 2 5 1975-76 0 5 1975-76 0 1 2004-05 1 1 1987-88

0 3 0 2 1 1

1982-83 1981-82 2011-12

1 0 2 2 13 8 0 0 First

2009-10 1978-79 1980-81 Meeting

0 3 0 1 8 2 0 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 2

1991-92 1994-95 1984-85 2001-02 2001-02 1998-99 1994-95 2011-12 1975-76 2010-11 2000-01 1998-99 1999-00 1994-95 1999-00

R Rider Rio Grande Robert Morris Rochester College S

L

2001-02 1998-99 1980-81 1981-82 N 2007-08 1977-78 Nebraska 1986-87 New Hampshire Niagara UNC-Greensboro North Carolina 1974-75 NE Illinois 2004-05 Northern Illinois 2006-07 Northern Kentucky 2002-03 Notre Dame 1996-97 O

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W L FIRST MTG. OPPONENT 1 1 1987-88 Ohio Northern Ohio State Oklahoma Oral Roberts 0 1 2000-01 2 0 1983-84 P 1 1 2007-08 1 0 2011-12 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh-Johnstown Providence

0 1 1 1 9 7 0 1 0 1 1 2 8 18 0 1 0 1

0 3 2 0 16 34

2005-06 Saint Bonaventure 1977-78 Saint Francis (N.Y.) Saint Francis (Pa.) Saint Joseph’s Saint Peter’s 1974-75 Saint Louis 1974-75 Sam Houston State Seattle Slippery Rock 2005-06 SMU 2009-10 South Carolina 2006-07 South Florida 1996-97 SE Louisiana 1982-83 Southern Utah 1982-83 Syracuse 1974-75 1999-00 T 2011-12 Temple 2000-01 Tennessee Tennessee Tech Toledo 2002-03 Troy 1974-75 Tulsa 1997-98 1999-00 U 1988-89 UC Davis 1997-98 Ursuline College 2000-01 Utah 1982-83 1981-82 V 1983-84 1985-86 Valparaiso 1983-84 Virginia Tech 1987-88 1984-85 W 2006-06 1981-82 1974-75 1999-00 1974-75 1983-84

Wake Forest Wayne State West Virginia Western Carolina Western Michigan Wichita State William & Mary Winthrop UW-Green Bay UW-Milwaukee Wittenberg Wooster Wright State

2007-08 1990-91 1988-89 1992-93 1998-99 1993-94 1988-89 X 1982-83 Xavier 2011-12 Y

0 2 2009-10 0 1 1997-98 1 8 1983-84 7 39 1974-75 1 1 2002-03 0 1 2009-10

0 0 First Meeting 1 0 2010-11 0 1 2007-08

4 9 0 2

1988-89 1991-92

0 1 1987-88 3 0 1982-83 1 7 1983-84 0 2 1987-88 7 25 1992-93 0 2 1998-99 1 0 1987-88 1 0 2002-03 2 9 1987-88 0 2 1990-91 2 0 1975-76 5 2 1974-75 12 10 1977-78

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Youngstown State 14 38 1983-84 1975-76 1976-77 TOTALS (39 YEARS) 370 680 2013-14 opponents in BOLD.

1979-80

1974-75


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ANNUAL STATS | COACHING <HEADLINE> RECORDS

PCT. .500 .192 .333 .444 .518 .444 .483 .418

MARY ANN GRIMES (1993-96) YEARS GAMES RECORD 1993-94 26 5-21 1994-95 27 9-18 1995-96 26 13-13 1996-97 4 1-3 THREE + YEARS 83 28-55

PCT. .192 .333 .500 .250 .337

ANGEL DONLEY (1996-97) YEAR GAMES RECORD PCT. 1996-97 22 4-18 .182 ONE YEAR 22 4-18 .182 ROXANNE ALLEN (1997-2002) YEARS GAMES RECORD 1997-98 30 12-18 1998-99 29 16-13 1999-00 28 11-17 2000-01 29 6-23 2001-02 28 1-27 FIVE YEARS 144 46-98

PCT. .400 .552 .393 .206 .036 .319

KELLY KENNEDY (2002-06) YEARS GAMES RECORD 2002-03 28 2-26 2003-04 28 7-21 2004-05 28 3-25 2005-06 28 5-23 FOUR YEARS 112 17-95

PCT. .071 .250 .107 .179 .152

JODI KEST (2006-PRESENT) YEARS GAMES RECORD 2006-07 29 10-19 2007-08 31 7-24 2008-09 30 11-19 2009-10 32 18-14 2010-11 30 14-16 2011-12 32 14-18 2012-13 33 23-10 SEVEN YEARS 217 97-120

PCT. .345 .226 .367 ,563 .467 .438 .697 .447

AKRON COACHING TOTALS YEARS GAMES RECORD PCT. 39 1050 370-680 .352

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JOHN STREET (1982-89) YEARS GAMES RECORD 1982-83 26 13-13 1983-84 26 5-21 1984-85 27 9-18 1985-86 27 12-15 1986-87 27 14-13 1987-88 27 12-15 1988-89 29 14-15 SEVEN YEARS 189 79-110

PCT. .370 .107 .214 .153 .211

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DARLENE YOUNG (1981-82) YEAR GAMES RECORD PCT. 1981-82 29 11-18 .379 ONE YEAR 29 11-18 .379

LISA FITCH (1989-93) YEARS GAMES RECORD 1989-90 27 10-17 1990-91 28 3-25 1991-92 28 6-22 1992-93 26 4-22 FOUR YEARS 109 23-86

STUDENT-ATHLETES STUDENT-ATHLETES

PCT. .714 .625 .167 .294 .230 .536 .548 .448

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Akron Coaching Records MARY ANN TRIPODI (1974-81) YEARS GAMES RECORD 1974-75 14 10-4 1975-76 16 10-6 1976-77 13 2-11 1977-78 17 5-12 1978-79 26 6-20 1979-80 28 15-13 1980-81 31 17-14 SEVEN YEARS 145 65-80

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TOTAL 3-POINT REBOUNDS YEAR GAMES FG/FGA FG% FG/FGA FG% FT/FTA FT% PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF/D AST TO BLK STL 1974-75 14 342/995 34.4 - - 123/ 232 53.0 807 57.6 - - 762 54.4 302/12 208 382 - 1975-76 16 384/1143 33.6 - - 176/ 267 65.9 944 59.0 - - 876 54.7 288/7 237 340 - 1976-77 13 270/848 31.8 - - 87/159 54.7 627 48.2 - - 540 41.5 257/7 174 376 - 1977-78 17 392/1108 35.4 - - 178/284 62.7 962 56.6 - - 775 45.6 337/12 159 522 - 1978-79 26 606/1822 33.2 - - 211/414 50.9 1423 54.7 - - 1331 51.2 508/6 270 738 - 1979-80 28 740/1927 38.4 - - 324/550 58.9 1808 64.5 - - 1474 52.6 488/15 356 785 - 1980-81 31 957/2378 40.2 - - 309/567 54.5 2223 71.7 - - 1767 57.0 563/18 508 752 - 1981-82 29 768/1977 38.8 - - 244/447 54.5 1780 61.3 - - 1254 44.8 526/14 319 636 - 1982-83 26 810/1930 42.0 - - 283/458 61.8 1893 72.8 - - 1278 49.1 537/14 357 613 - 1983-84 26 679/1752 38.8 - - 249/419 59.4 1607 61.8 - - 996 38.3 486/20 315 489 - 1984-85 27 689/1664 41.4 - - 270/426 63.3 1648 61.0 - - 1045 38.7 476/21 401 487 - 1985-86 27 710/1665 42.6 - - 347/528 65.7 1767 65.4 - - 1026 38.0 486/13 420 529 97 266 1986-87 27 738/1752 42.4 30/81 37.0 247/418 59.1 1753 64.9 - - 1109 41.1 481/7 495 482 80 249 1987-88 27 705/1632 43.2 15/59 25.4 314/481 65.3 1769 65.5 341 674 1125 41.7 496/18 373 551 46 233 1988-89 29 685/1667 41.1 31/113 27.4 430/615 69.9 1831 63.1 331 675 1152 39.7 514/17 401 640 51 255 1989-90 27 703/1698 41.4 66/181 36.5 374/566 66.1 1846 68.4 383 521 1041 38.6 568/16 417 671 41 289 1990-91 28 658/1775 37.1 80/279 28.7 308/479 64.3 1704 60.9 373 611 1130 40.4 637/25 401 657 65 258 1991-92 28 682/1826 37.4 91/294 31.0 328/528 62.1 1783 63.7 342 579 1072 38.3 605/20 323 631 32 251 1992-93 26 588/1500 39.2 120/315 38.1 238/390 61.0 1534 59.0 308 463 929 35.7 457/12 275 588 42 190 1993-94 26 609/1672 36.4 111/359 30.9 312/514 60.7 1641 63.1 421 550 1127 43.4 483/9 320 597 28 203 1994-95 27 692/1639 42.0 113/359 31.0 373/563 66.0 1870 69.3 407 680 1087 40.3 488/11 370 578 65 190 1995-96 26 700/1672 41.9 124/380 32.6 347/561 59.7 1871 72.0 419 708 1127 43.3 518/10 368 572 56 204 1996-97 26 656/1641 40.0 150/458 32.8 343/507 67.7 1805 69.4 368 688 1056 40.6 555/20 293 570 70 186 1997-98 30 814/1837 44.3 70/255 27.5 396/635 62.4 2094 69.8 431 402 1133 37.8 623/16 393 670 81 312 1998-99 29 744/1839 40.5 140/450 31.1 414/643 64.4 2042 70.4 423 828 1251 43.1 585/12 441 549 98 242 1999-00 28 709/1695 41.8 93/341 27.3 364/564 64.5 1875 67.0 400 719 1119 40.0 522/8 425 578 71 226 2000-01 29 607/1549 39.2 80/339 23.6 365/562 64.9 1659 57.2 383 711 1094 37.7 539/10 364 728 43 207 2001-02 28 565/1560 36.2 110/388 28.4 311/472 65.9 1551 55.4 308 617 925 33.0 537/10 354 655 58 237 2002-03 28 548/1479 37.1 127/422 30.1 268/444 60.4 1491 53.2 361 599 960 34.3 531/15 317 623 52 210 2003-04 28 552/1520 36.3 170/520 32.7 296/435 68.0 1570 56.1 313 626 939 33.5 481/15 342 569 54 226 2004-05 28 539/1489 36.2 152/509 29.9 310/453 68.4 1540 55.0 334 614 948 33.9 473/6 343 595 50 246 2005-06 28 547/1395 39.2 128/422 30.3 306/456 67.1 1528 54.6 299 573 872 31.1 474/9 336 571 69 234 2006-07 29 614/1546 39.7 109/381 28.6 405/566 71.6 1742 60.1 318 690 1008 34.8 560/16 333 545 100 188 2007-08 31 658/1777 37.0 187/580 32.2 424/587 72.2 1927 62.2 382 704 1086 35.0 592/9 374 568 105 205 2008-09 30 640/1633 39.2 131/466 28.1 375/540 69.4 1786 59.5 363 717 1080 36.0 590/19 384 578 83 230 2009-10 32 719/1782 40.3 126/405 31.1 440/626 70.3 2004 62.6 455 765 1220 38.1 564/12 433 587 75 255 2010-11 30 719/1716 41.9 168/506 33.2 382/560 68.2 1988 66.3 374 723 1097 36.6 523/11 392 530 78 213 2011-12 32 837/1985 42.2 224/651 34.4 463/626 74.0 2361 73.8 426 837 1263 39.5 586/10 490 624 119 226 2012-13 33 878/2043 43.0 236/708 33.3 496/627 79.1 2488 75.4 401 923 1324 40.1 437/2 589 522 106 237 TOTAL 1050 25,453/64,528 39.4 3,182/10,221 31.1 12,430/19,169 64.8 66,542 63.4 9,664 17,197 42,042 40.0 19,673/504 14,070 22,675 1,915 6,468


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Celina Dopoulos 2002 Tara Duquette 1992 Kim Alber 1979 Barb Aldrich 1978 F Lori Anderson 1980-81-82-83 1990-92 Denise Angeloni 1975-76-77 Dayna Felice Kathy Fields 1978-79 Jenn Angler 2005 1979 Karen Antonucci 1975 Dee Fox Patty Armstrong 1976 G Victoria Arndt 2008-09 Jean Garcea 1978 Jen Arnold 2002-03-04-05 1978-79 Pam Arnold 1985-86-87-88 Tina Garcea Pam Gaug 1977 Patti Gehring, Tr. 1988 B DiAndra Gibson 2013 Megan Barilla 2013 Ginnita Glass 1977 Jeanne Bauhart 1975-77-78 Erica Glover 1997-98-99-00 Kyle Baumgartner 2009-10 Elizabeth Green 1989-90 Andrea Beans 1987-88 Rachel Green 2006-07-08 Janee Bednarik 1975-76 Diane Greenwood 1991-92-93-94 Felecia Bell 1999-00-02-03 Lisa Gunderson 1978 Yontami Bell 1991-92-93-94 Cari Guyton 2013 Heather Blackburn 1992-93-94 Ayla Guzzardo 2009-10 Jessica Black 2002 Kim Gwinner 1989 Heidi Blakley 1996 Loralee Bolinger 1980-81-82-83 H Kristy Booms 2001-02-03-04 1999-00-01 Julie Bourn, Tr. 1987 Katie Hank 1989-90-91-92 Cheryl Bowles 1998-99-00-01 Angela Harris 2007 Sherry Bowman 1979 Danyelle Harris 2002-03 Laura Braaten 1996-97-98-99 Dominique Harris 1981-82-84 Anita Brown 2013 Penny Haser 1991-92-93 Shelly Brown 1988-89-90-91 Richelle Hatcher Renee Hawley 1991-92-93 Katie Bubna 2010-11-13 2012 Leigh Burdette 1990-91-92-93 Tatiana Haynes Michelle Heck 1983-84-85-86 Kelley Burrier 1995-96-97 1991-92 Stacey Burrier 1988-89-90-91 Amy Helm Lindsay Hemmelgarn 2002-03-04-05 Eileen Herbert 1975 C Diane Hollish 1985-86-87-88 Erica Caranfa 2001-02-03 Beth Holmes 1991-92-93-94 George Carson Mgr.-1988 Mandy Holzer 2004-05-06-07 Katrina Carter 2001-03 Wendy Hotz 1979 Kacie Cassell 2011-12-13 Abby Hoy 1996-98-99-00 Michelle Chavanne 1994-95-96-97 Amanda Hubbard 1997-98 Heather Coleman 1994 Sue Hubbard 1976 Kathy Collins 1986-87-88-89 Carla Huff 1986-87 Jae Conn 2004-05 Kathy Hughes 1978-79-80 Charese Conyers 1990-91 Sandy Hunsicker 1975 Tara Cook 1976 Angie Hutchinson 2004-05-06 Pattie Cooksey 1977 Sierra Cooper 1999-00-01-02 J Beth Core, Mgr. 1985 Raegan Johnson 2002-03 Rhonda Craig 1989-90-91-92 Karen Jolliff 1985-86-87 Mary Crews 2003-04-05-06 1983 Jessie Crooks 2004-05-06-07 Terrie Jones Amanda Croston 1998-99-00-01 K Amy Cummings 1992 Anita Kapelewski, Tr. 1986 Andrea Cummins 1986-87 1975 Jerilyn Cushing 1996-97 Karen Kennedy Sina King 2011-12-13 Kim Knowles 1976-77-78 D Megan Koster 1991-92-93-94 Paula Davis 1981-82-83-84 Beth Krantz 1978-79-80-81 Sue Davis 1975-76 Lori Krezeczowski 2004-05 Patty DeAscentis 1984-85-86-87 Jamie Krivak 1998-99-01 Sue Deckard 1979-80-81-82 Theresa Kukawa, Tr. 1988 Jessica Deville 2005-06-07-08 Erin Kulka 1990 Debbie Deyling 1977-78 Susan Dobosh 1984-85

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L Sandy LaBate Brande Lamb Kimberly Larson Kelly Lethbridge Pam Long Hanna Luburgh

1976 1993-94-95-96 1999-00-01-02 1986-87-88 1978-79-80-81 2011-12-13

M Krissy Marco 2003-04-05-06 Amie Marks 1995-96-97-98 Cassandra Martin 2000-01-02-03 Kathy McClure 1977 Niki McCoy 2006-07 Denver McLean 2009-10-11-12 Julie McDivitt 2001 Debbie McKoski 1976 Deb Mehnert, Tr. 1987-88 Beth Mettle 1982-83-86 Molly Metzger 1977 Chris Miller 1975 Riana Miller 2007-08 Sue Miller 1980, 81 Chris Moschella 1992 Kerry Mossburg 1987-88-89-90 Brianna Moyes 2011 Kara Murphy 2008-09-10-11 Jasmine Mushington 2009-10-11-12 N Gail Nagel Karen Needham Cheryl Nero Nicki Nettrour Carla Norris Katie Nunan

1975-76 1975-76 1975 1993-94-95-96 1985-86-87 2013

Kris Stanoch 1985-86-87 Nancy Steinkerchner 1982 Hollie Stephenson 1999-01 Lauren Stephenson 2006-07 Courtney Stewart 2005-06 Ti’eshia Stubbs 2010-11-12 Kathleen Sullivan 1980-81-82-83 Gia Sunday 1985 Jennifer Swartzwelder 1993-94-95-96 T Jolene Tamboue 2009-10 Rachel Tecca 2010-11-13 Brittani Thomas 2012 Renee Thompson 1976 Val Thompson 1977 Mark Thyr, Tr. 1987 Michalene Timco 1994-95-96 Sarah Tokodi 2007-08 Joan Tonathy 1977-78 Denise Trivanovich 1976 Toreeda Turner 1982-83-84-85 Angela Tylec 2000 U,V,W Ashley Veal 2006-07-08-09 Deann Viebranz 1981-82-83 Courtney Vujas 2004 Ruth Whatmough 1982-83-84-85 Georgina Wilkinson 1989-90 Jill Williams 1979-81-82 Natasha Williams 2009-10-11-12 Amber Witt 2009-10 Jennie Wolf, Mgr. 1987 Jasmine Wood 2013 Rochelle Woods 1984 X,Y,Z

O,P,Q Mary O'Connor Cydney Overton Wendy Patterson Alisa Peddicord Mary Pat Quinlan

1980-81-82-83 2002-03-04-05 1984 1993-94-95-96 1977-78-79-80

R Sharon Richardson 1975-77 Leigh Ann Riddle 1985-86-87-88 Kristina Rosén 2007-08 Lori Rotruck 1981-82-83-84 Taylor Ruper 2010-11-12-13 S Allison Schoff 2006-07 Teresa Scott 2007-08 Vicki Schroeder, Mgr. 1993 Jamie Scott 1997-98-99-01 Amanda Sedlack 2008-09 Nancy Sexton 1988-89 Teresa Shriver 1993 Beth Simmons 1993-94-95-96 Leslee Simon 1979-80 Annette Smith 1981 Stephanie Smith 1988 Tammi Smith 1988 Keyla Snowden 2008 Michelle Spaulding 1990

Terrah Yeager Carly Young Lisa Young Jill Zocolo Jamie Zwisler

1999-00 2011-12-13 1985-86-87 1981 1998

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TEAM <HEADLINE> RECORDS

SCORING AVERAGE

RANK GAMES YEAR 1. 33 2012-13 2. 32 2011-12 32 2009-10 4. 31 2007-08 31 1980-81 6. 30 2010-11 30 2008-09 30 1997-98 9. 29 2006-07 29 2000-01 29 1998-99 29 1988-89 29 1981-82

RANK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST WINS

RANK WINS YEAR 1. 12 2012-13 (MAC) 2. 11 2009-10 (MAC) 3. 10 1998-99 (MAC) 4. 8 1997-98 (MAC) 5. 7 2011-12 (MAC) 6. 7 1999-00 (MAC) 7 1995-96 (MAC) 7 1986-87 (OVC) 9. 6 2010-11 (MAC) 6 2008-09 (MAC) 6 1988-89 (NSC) 6 1985-86 (OVC)

WINNING PERCENTAGE RANK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

WIN. % .714 (10-4) .697 (23-10) .625 (10-6) .563 (18-14) .552 (16-13)

YEAR 1974-75 2012-13 1975-76 2009-10 1998-99

BEST HOME RECORD RANK PERCENT YEAR 1. .889 (8-1) 1998-99 2. .846 (11-2) 2009-10 3. .800 (8-2) 1987-88 4. .786 (11-3) 2012-13 5. .600 (9-6) 1988-89

MOST POINTS SCORED RANK POINTS YEAR 1. 2,488 2012-13 1. 2,361 2011-12 2. 2,223 1980-81 3. 2,094 1997-98 4. 2,042 1998-99

FIELD GOALS MADE

REBOUND AVERAGE

RANK FGM YEAR 1. 957 1980-81 2. 878 2012-13 3. 837 2011-12 4. 814 1997-98 5. 810 1982-83

RANK REBOUNDS/GAME YEAR 1. 57.0 1980-81 2. 54.7 1975-76 3. 54.4 1974-75 4. 52.6 1979-80 5. 51.2 1978-79

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

ASSISTS

RANK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

RANK ASSISTS YEAR 1. 589 2012-13 2. 508 1980-81 3. 495 1985-86 4. 490 2011-12 5. 441 1998-99

FGA YEAR 2,378 1980-81 2,043 2012-13 1,985 2011-12 1,977 1981-82 1,930 1982-83

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE RANK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

FG % .443 (814-1,837) .432 (705-1,632) .430 (878-2,043) .426 (710-1,665) .424 (738-1,752)

BLOCKS YEAR 1997-98 1987-88 2012-13 1985-86 1986-87

RANK BLOCKS YEAR 1. 119 2011-12 2. 106 2012-13 3. 105 2007-08 4. 100 2006-07 5. 98 1998-99

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

STEALS

RANK 3-FGM YEAR 1. 236 2012-13 2. 224 2011-12 3. 187 2007-08 4. 170 2003-04 5. 168 2010-11

RANK STEALS YEAR 1. 312 1997-98 2. 289 1989-90 3. 266 1985-86 4. 258 1990-91 5. 255 1988-89 255 2009-10

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS RANK 3-FGA YEAR 1. 708 2012-13 2. 651 2011-12 3. 580 2007-08 4. 520 2003-04 5. 509 2004-05

3FG % .381 (120-315) .370 (30-81) .365 (66-181) .344 (224-651) .333 (236-708)

YEAR 1992-93 1986-87 1989-90 2011-12 2012-13

FREE THROWS MADE RANK FTM YEAR 1. 496 2012-13 2. 463 2011-12 3. 440 2009-10 4. 430 1988-89 5. 424 2007-08

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS RANK 1. 2. 3. 4.

FTA YEAR 643 1998-99 635 1997-98 627 2012-13 626 2011-12 626 2009-10

FT % .791 (496-627) .740 (463-626) .722 (424-587) .716 (405-566) .703 (440-626)

CATEGORY WINS YEAR Season: 8 1980-81, 1995-96 Home: 7 1998-99 Road: 5 1995-96

MOST DEFEATS CATEGORY DEFEATS YEAR Season: 27 2001-02 Home: 14 2001-02 Road: 13 2001-02

MOST CONSECUTIVE DEFEATS CATEGORY DEFEATS YEAR Season: 24 2001-02 Home: 14 2001-02 Road: 10 2001-02

BEST MAC RECORD CATEGORY RECORD YEAR Season: 12-4 (.750) 2012-13 Home: 7-0 (1.000) 1998-99 Road: 5-3 (.625) 2012-13

BEST WIN-LOSS PERCENTAGE

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE RANK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

CATEGORY WINS YEAR Season: 23 2012-13 Home: 11 2012-13, 2009-10 Road: 10 ‘12-13, ‘86-87, ‘80-81

MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE RANK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST WINS

YEAR 2012-13 2011-12 2007-08 2006-07 2009-10

RANK RECORD YEAR 1. .714 (10-4) 1974-75

BEST RECORD IMPROVEMENT RANK WINS RECORD AND YEARS 1. 9 6-20 in 1978-79 to 15-13 in 1979-80 9 14-18 in 2011-12 to 23-10 in 2012-13 2012-13 season in BOLD.

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RECORDS & HISTORY

RANK LOSSES YEAR 1. 4 1974-75 2. 6 1975-76 3. 10 2012-13 4. 11 1976-77 5. 12 1977-78 6. 13 1998-99 13 1995-96 13 1986-87 13 1982-83 13 1979-80

RANK REBOUNDS YEAR 1. 1,767 1980-81 2. 1,474 1979-80 3. 1,331 1978-79 4. 1,324 2012-13 5. 1,278 1982-83

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FEWEST LOSSES

YEAR 2012-13 2011-12 1982-83 1980-81 1995-96

STUDENT-ATHLETES STUDENT-ATHLETES

MOST CONFERENCE WINS

POINTS PER GAME 75.4 ppg 73.8 ppg 72.8 ppg 71.7 ppg 72.0 ppg

STAFF STAFF

RANK WINS YEAR 1. 23 2012-13 2. 18 2009-10 3. 17 1980-81 4. 16 1998-99 5. 15 1970-80 6. 14 2011-12 14 2010-11 14 1986-87 14 1988-89

REBOUNDS

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS PTS. SCORED TOTAL TEAM DATE 1. Sue Davis 38 Slippery Rock 12/28/76 2. Hanna Luburgh 33 Ball State 3/15/13 Cheryl Bowles Cleveland St. 12/8/98 Sue Davis 33 Youngstown St. 2/21/76 4. Rachel Tecca 32 Miami (Ohio) 3/3/13 Kara Murphy CMU 3/11/09 Kara Murphy St. Bonaventure 11/22/08 Pam Arnold Tenn. Tech 11/25/86 7. Kara Murphy 31 Miami (Ohio) 3/1/08 Cassandra Martin Cleveland St. 12/3/02 Pam Arnold Cleveland St. 2/27/86 Pam Arnold Miami (Ohio) 11/29/86 Pam Arnold Canisius 2/20/88 FG % (MIN. 5) TOTAL TEAM DATE 1. Cheryl Bowles 1.000 C.MU (10-10) 2/6/01 Cydney Overton UIC (5-5) 11/24/02 Jerilyn Cushing EMU (9-9) 2/3/96 Lori Rotruck Ashland (5-5) 2/17/83 5. Kathleen Sullivan .923 Ohio North. (12-13) 1/19/80 6. Cheryl Bowles .909 S. Florida (10-11) 11/15/98 7. Carly Young .900 Eastern Mich. (9-10) 2/6/13 8. Rachel Tecca .889 Chicago St. (8-9) 1/3/13 Paula Davis .889 Edinboro (8-9) 12/9/84 Alisa Peddicord WMU (8-9) 3/1/95 3-FG MADE* TOTAL OPPONENT 1. Taylor Ruper 8 Ball State 2. Taylor Ruper 7 at Robert Morris Leigh Burdette Toledo Nicki Nettrour Kent State Kelley Burrier Toledo 6. Hanna Luburgh 6 Wright State Taylor Ruper Cleveland St. Jessie Crooks at Buffalo Jessie Crooks Iowa State Courtney Stewart Northern Illinois Jae Conn Kent State Nicki Nettrour UNCG Michelle Chavanne Ball State Kelley Burrier Miami (Ohio) Michelle Chavanne Coast. Carolina Abby Hoy at Toledo

DATE 2/12/11 12/21/11 1/20/93 2/14/96 1/8/97 12/8/12 12/11/10 1/13/07 12/10/05 1/25/06 1/31/04 12/18/92 2/23/94 1/4/97 12/20/97 2/13/99

REBOUNDS TOTAL OPPONENT 1. Kim Knowles 28 Wittenberg 2. Chris Miller 23 Ashland Sue Davis Ohio State Pam Arnold Oral Roberts 5. Cheryl Bowles 21 Youngstown St. 6. Kim Knowles 20 Toledo Kerry Mossburg Wright State Cheryl Bowles Saint Louis 9. Pam Long 19 Ashland Pam Long Cedarville Susan Dobson Malone

DATE 3/5/76 2/20/75 2/24/76 1/6/88 11/30/99 2/12/77 12/13/90 11/22/98 1/10/79 2/3/79 12/3/84

ASSISTS TOTAL OPPONENT 1. Kacie Cassell 12 Buffalo Lori Anderson Ashland Abby Hoy Bowling Green 4. Kacie Cassell 11 Ball State Kacie Cassell Northern Illinois Abby Hoy Buffalo Abby Hoy Kent State 8. Amanda Sedlack 10 Saint Joseph’s Lori Krezeczowski Kent State Denise Angeloni Malone Abby Hoy Bowling Green

DATE 3/14/13 2/19/81 2/11/98 3/15/13 1/16/13 2/20/99 1/8/00 1/5/08 1/31/04 2/1/77 1/27/99

BLOCKED SHOTS TOTAL OPPONENT DATE 1. Kathleen Sullivan 12 Allegheny 2/6/81 2. Dee Fox 8 Ohio 2/17/79 3. Denver McLean 5 at Eastern Michigan 1/28/12 Riana Miller Houston 12/16/07 Riana Miller Ball State 1/23/07 Kerry Mossburg Wright State 12/13/89 Laura Braaten Buffalo 2/20/99 8. Carly Young 4 Ohio 1/10/13 Riana Miller Ball State 2/9/08 Riana MIller Northern Illinois 2/3/08 Niki McCoy Central Michigan 2/7/07 Mandy Holzer Ohio 2/15/05 Cassandra Martin Ohio 1/2/02 Cassandra Martin Marshall 1/30/02 Cassandra Martin Marshall 2/26/02 Laura Braaten Furman 12/19/97 Kelley Burrier Furman 12/19/97 Cheryl Bowles Marshall 2/25/98

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Cheryl Bowles Virginia Tech 12/27/98 Cheryl Bowles Alabama 12/5/99 Abby Hoy Miami (Ohio) 2/5/00 Cheryl Bowles Bowling Green 1/4/01 Jolene Tamboue Central Michigan 2/4/10 Rachel Tecca Western Michigan 3/5/11

STEALS TOTAL OPPONENT 1. Mary Pat Quinlan 12 Mt. St. Joseph 2. Gail Nagel 10 Kent St.-Tusc. 3. Courtney Stewart 9 Buffalo 4. Jae Conn 8 Eastern Michigan Gail Nagel Wooster Kathleen Sullivan Allegheny Amanda Hubbard Marshall Mickey Timco Manhattan 9. Toreeda Turner 7 Kent State Shelly Brown Robert Morris Shelly Brown DePaul Kelley Burrier Oral Roberts Abby Hoy Bowling Green Felecia Bell St. Peter’s

DATE 1/13/79 1/17/76 2/1/05 1/7/04 2/11/76 2/6/81 11/22/97 12/20/97 11/25/83 1/30/90 3/4/90 12/31/95 2/26/99 12/29/02

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TEAM RECORDS

FEWEST POINTS SCORED, BOTH TEAMS DATE 1. 67 vs. Case West. Reserve (W, 51-16) 1/30/75 2. 85 vs. Kent State (L, 33-52) 2/18/06 85 vs. Northern Illinois (W, 43-42) 2/10/04 4. 87 vs. Northern Illinois (L, 45-42) 2/15/03 5. 88 vs. UW-Green Bay (L, 39-49) 1/21/89 6. 89 vs. Wright State (W, 47-42) 2/11/78 7. 90 vs. Wright State (W, 49-41) 12/16/88 vs. Toledo (L, 48-42) 1/7/03 9. 91 vs. UW-Green Bay (W, 53-38) 2/3/88 10. 92 vs. Kent State (L, 35-57) 2/5/05 92 vs. Bowling Green (L, 45-47) 2/22/11 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 50 vs. Allegheny vs. Carlow 3. 45 vs. Hiram 4. 41 vs. Eastern Kentucky 5. 40 vs. Xavier 6. 39 vs. Robert Morris vs. Bowling Green 8. 38 vs. Ursuline College 9. 37 vs. Kent State vs. Cleveland State

DATE 2/6/81 12/5/82 12/7/83 1/10/87 12/1/84 11/30/96 2/11/98 12/19/10 1/13/13 12/11/99

MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE* 1. 13 at Central Michigan 2. 12 vs. Eastern Michigan at Robert Morris vs. Kent State 3. 11 vs. Wright State at Saint Peter’s vs. Buffalo vs. Western Michigan at Buffalo vs. Ball State vs. Georgia Southern vs. Saint Joseph’s vs. Coastal Carolina vs. Toledo

DATE 2/21/05 2/6/13 12/21/11 2/23/02 12/8/12 11/26/12 3/3/12 2/11/12 1/11/12 2/12/11 11/26/10 1/5/08 12/20/96 1/8/97

MOST POINTS SCORED 1. 109 vs. Allegheny 2. 108 vs. Carlow 3. 103 at Saint Peter’s 4. 102 vs. Ursuline College 5. 100 vs. Hiram 6. 99 vs. Cleveland State 7. 98 vs. Ohio 8. 97 vs. Central Michigan vs. Loyola Chicago vs. Robert Morris

DATE 2/6/81 12/5/82 11/26/12 12/19/10 12/7/83 12/11/99 2/28/13 2/4/12 11/25/11 11/30/96

FEWEST POINTS SCORED 1. 26 vs. Dayton at West Virginia 3. 32 at Bowling Green at Miami (Ohio) 5. 33 vs. Kent State vs. Ohio State 7. 35 vs. Kent State at Ohio State 9. 36 vs. Illinois-Chicago 10. 37 at Eastern Michigan 37 at Marshall 37 at Kent State 37 vs. St. Bonaventure

DATE 1/12/79 1/29/02 1/3/07 2/24/01 2/18/06 2/22/77 2/5/05 12/19/00 2/13/92 1/7/04 2/26/02 1/13/01 11/15/09

MOST POINTS ALLOWED 1. 119 vs. Toledo 2. 112 vs. Northern Illinois vs. Marquette 4. 111 vs. Detroit-Mercy 5. 110 vs. Dayton vs. Valparaiso vs. Toledo 8. 109 vs. Kent State 9. 108 vs. Middle Tennessee vs. Northern Illinois

DATE 2/9/94 2/9/90 11/29/91 12/6/96 1/12/79 2/23/91 2/21/96 2/24/93 2/25/85 1/11/90

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 1. 16 vs. Case Western Reserve 2. 24 vs. Hiram 3. 31 vs. Oberlin vs. John Carroll 5. 32 vs. Toledo 6. 35 vs. Chicago State vs. Mount Union 8. 37 vs. Allegheny 9. 38 vs. Malone vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay

DATE 1/30/75 11/10/12 1/21/76 12/2/81 12/20/78 12/18/87 1/25/79 2/6/81 2012-13 season in BOLD. 1/25/75 2/3/88

MOST POINTS SCORED, BOTH TEAMS DATE 1. 203 vs. Northern Illinois (L, 91-112) 2/9/90 2. 187 vs. John Carroll (L, 93-94) 12/5/78 3. 186 vs. Northern Illinois (L, 78-108) 1/11/90 vs. Liberty (L, 90-96) 12/7/96 5. 184 vs. Central Michigan (W, 97-87) 2/4/12 vs. Valparaiso (L, 77-107) 1/26/92 vs. Bowling Green (L, 91-93 OT) 2/11/98 8. 183 vs. Loyola Chicago (W, 97-86) 11/25/11 vs. Detroit (L, 72-111) 12/6/79 10. 182 vs. Toledo (L, 63-119) 2/9/94 vs. Kent State (L, 83-99) 1/18/95 vs. Cleveland State (L, 80-102) 12/15/97

* 3-point scoring began in 1986-87 MOST FREE THROWS MADE DATE 1. 37 vs. Youngstown State 1/4/86 2. 33 vs. Western Michigan 2/1/95 vs. Ball State 2/7/76 vs. Saint Louis 11/22/98 5. 31 vs. Saint Louis 11/14/07 vs. Marquette 11/29/91 7. 29 vs. UW-Green Bay 1/21/89 vs. Cincinnati 3/1/93 9. 28 vs. St. Francis 12/19/06 10. 27 vs. Miami (Ohio) 3/3/13 at Ball State 1/22/12 vs. St. Bonaventure 11/22/08 at Eastern Michigan 2/12/08 vs. Wooster 2/2/78 MOST REBOUNDS 1. 83 vs. Davis & Elkins 2. 79 vs. Lock Haven 3. 69 vs. Youngstown State 4. 65 vs. Cincinnati 5. 64 vs. Hiram vs. Youngstown State 7. 63 vs. Valparaiso 8. 60 vs. Austin Peay 9. 59 vs. Saint Louis 10. 58 vs. Malone vs. Central State vs. Oral Roberts vs. Clarion State

DATE 2/27/81 1/8/83 2/12/75 3/1/93 11/10/12 12/19/94 1/26/92 1/17/87 11/22/98 12/3/83 12/10/83 1/6/88 12/8/84


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INDIVIDUAL <HEADLINE> RECORDS

SEASON RECORDS

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Lori Anderson Kathleen Sullivan Toreeda Turner Casey O’Connor Amanda Hubbard Shelly Brown Toreeda Turner Diane Hollish

75 71 69 66 65 61 59 59

31 31 26 31 30 22 26 27

1980-81 1980-81 1982-83 1980-81 1997-98 1990-91 1983-84 1986-87

CAREER RECORDS GAMES PLAYED TOTAL 1. Kara Murphy 123 2. Taylor Ruper 122 3. Jasmine Mushington 120 4. Cheryl Bowles 115 5. Ashley Veal 114 6. Jessie Crooks 112 Sue Deckard 112 Loralee Bolinger 112 9. Natasha Williams 111 Mandy Holzer 111 Angela Harris 111

YEARS 2007-11 2009-13 2008-12 1997-01 2005-09 2003-07 1978-82 1979-83 2008-12 2003-07 1988-92

PPG GAMES YEARS 16.6 30 1974-76 15.1 105 2009-pres 14.9 115 1997-01 14.4 123 2007-11 14.2 108 1984-88 13.6 72 1994-96 11.6 106 1979-83 11.2 104 1981-85 11.0 84 2003-07 10.9 108 1984-88

FG PCT. (MIN. 300 FGM) FG% GAMES YEARS 1. Cheryl Bowles .528 115 1997-01 2. Rachel Tecca .508 105 2009-pres 3. Jamie Scott .494 106 1996-01 4. Alisa Peddicord .487 104 1992-96 Cassandra Martin .487 92 1999-03 6. Kerry Mossburg .461 105 1986-90 Stacey Burrier .461 107 1987-91 8. Pam Arnold .456 108 1984-88 9. Kathleen Sullivan .449 107 1979-83 10. Diane Hollish .442 108 1985-88 3-POINT FG MADE 3FGM GAMES YEARS 1. Taylor Ruper 269 122 2009-13 2. Michelle Chavanne 183 101 1993-97 3. Leigh Burdette 139 108 1989-93 4. Kara Murphy 127 123 2007-11 5. Kelley Burrier 123 72 1994-97 6. Abby Hoy 113 110 1995-00 7. Jessie Crooks 111 112 2003-07 8. Nicki Nettrour 104 102 1992-96

3-FG ATTEMPTS 3FGA GAMES YEARS 1. Taylor Ruper 764 122 2009-13 2. Michelle Chavanne 567 101 1993-97 3. Jessie Crooks 396 112 2003-07 4. Leigh Burdette 391 108 1989-93 5. Kara Murphy 390 123 2007-11 6. Abby Hoy 383 110 1995-00 7. Kelley Burrier 324 72 1994-97 8. Jae Conn 319 56 2003-05 9. Nicki Nettrour 274 102 1992-96 3-FG PCT. (MIN. 100) PCT. GAMES YEARS 1. Kelley Burrier .380 72 1994-97 Nicki Nettrour .380 102 1992-96 3. Hanna Luburgh .365 94 2010-pres 4. Leigh Burdette .355 108 1989-93 5. Taylor Ruper .352 122 2009-13 6. Kara Murphy .326 123 2007-11 7. Michelle Chavanne .323 101 1993-97 FREE THROWS MADE FTM GAMES YEARS 1. Kara Murphy 480 123 2007-11 2. Rachel Tecca 400 105 2009-pres 3. Cheryl Bowles 342 115 1997-01 4. Pam Arnold 277 108 1984-88 5. Sina King 258 93 2010-pres Casey O’Connor 258 106 1979-83 7. Niki McCoy 250 54 2005-07 8. Amie Marks 217 105 1994-98 9. Stacey Burrier 202 107 1987-91 10. Alisa Peddicord 201 104 1992-96 FT ATTEMPTS 1. Kara Murphy 2. Rachel Tecca 3. Cheryl Bowles 4. Pam Arnold 5. Casey O’Connor 6 Alisa Peddicord 7. Sina King Niki McCoy 9. Abby Hoy 10. Erica Glover

FTA GAMES YEARS 635 123 2007-11 549 105 2009-pres 493 115 1997-01 399 108 1984-88 396 106 1979-83 358 104 1992-95 319 93 2010-pres 319 54 2005-07 313 110 1995-00 311 98 1996-00

FT PCT. (MIN. 150 FT) PCT. GAMES YEARS 1. Sina King .809 93 2010-pres 2. Niki McCoy .783 54 2005-07 Jessie Crooks .769 112 2003-07 4. Kara Murphy .756 123 2007-11 5. Kelley Burrier .752 72 1994-97 6. Rachel Tecca .729 105 2009-pres 7. Amie Marks .702 105 1994-98 8. Pam Arnold .694 108 1984-88 9. Cheryl Bowles .693 115 1997-01 10. Stacey Burrier .692 108 1987-91 REBOUNDS REB. GAMES YEARS 1. Pam Arnold 916 108 1984-88 2. Cheryl Bowles 883 115 1997-01 3. Pam Long 847 102 1977-81 4. Kathleen Sullivan 844 107 1979-83 5. Rachel Tecca 802 105 2009-pres 5. Casey O’Connor 728 106 1979-83 6. Jamie Scott 717 106 1996-01 7. Alisa Peddicord 642 104 1992-96 8. Diane Greenwood 639 106 1990-94 9. Kara Murphy 630 123 2007-11 10. Lori Rotruck 604 106 1980-84 RBS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PER GAME RPG GAMES YEARS Sue Davis 11.6 30 1974-76 Kim Knowles 10.3 46 1975-78 Pam Arnold 8.5 108 1984-88 Pam Long 8.3 102 1977-81 Kathleen Sullivan 7.9 107 1979-83 Cheryl Bowles 7.7 115 1997-01 Rachel Tecca 7.6 105 2009-pres Jolene Tamboue 7.2 62 2008-10 Casey O’Connor 6.9 106 1979-83

ASSISTS AST. GAMES YEARS 1. Kacie Cassell 475 95 2010-pres 2. Abby Hoy 456 110 1995-00 3. Diane Hollish 392 108 1984-88 4. Lori Anderson 374 103 1979-83 5. Michelle Chavanne 326 101 1993-97 6. Toreeda Turner 322 104 1981-85 7. Erica Glover 279 98 1996-00 8. Sue Deckard 262 112 1978-82 9. Ayla Guzzardo 238 62 2008-10 10. Patty Deascentis 237 90 1983-87

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RECORDS & HISTORY

FG ATTEMPTS FGA GAMES YEARS 1. Kara Murphy 1,446 123 2007-11 2. Pam Arnold 1,380 108 1984-88 3. Cheryl Bowles 1,264 115 1997-01 4. Diane Hollish 1,205 108 1984-88 5. Toreeda Turner 1,218 104 1981-85 6. Casey O’Connor 1,211 106 1979-83 7. Rachel Tecca 1,190 105 2009-pres 8. Abby Hoy 1,044 110 1995-00 9. Kathleen Sullivan 1,041 107 1979-83 10. Leigh Burdette 1,035 108 1989-93

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FIELD GOALS FGM GAMES YEARS 1. Cheryl Bowles 668 115 1997-01 2. Pam Arnold 629 108 1984-88 3. Rachel Tecca 604 105 2009-pres 4. Kara Murphy 585 123 2007-11 5. Diane Hollish 533 108 1984-88 6. Toreeda Turner 512 104 1981-85 7. Casey O’Connor 485 106 1979-83 8. Kathleen Sullivan 467 107 1979-83 9. Stacey Burrier 421 107 1987-91 10. Alisa Peddicord 418 104 1992-96

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POINTS SCORED TOTAL GAMES YEARS 1. Kara Murphy 1,777 123 2007-11 2. Cheryl Bowles 1,712 115 1997-01 3. Rachel Tecca 1,588 105 2009-pres 4. Pam Arnold 1,544 108 1984-88 5. Casey O’Connor 1,228 106 1979-83 6. Diane Hollish 1,195 108 1984-88 7. Toreeda Turner 1,161 104 1981-85 8. Abby Hoy 1,056 110 1995-00 9. Jessie Crooks 1,046 112 2003-07 10. Stacey Burrier 1,044 107 1987-91

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7. Kelley Burrier .392 25 1996-97 8. Lindsay Hemmelgarn .391 28 2003-04 .384 32 2011-12 POINTS POINTS GAMES YEAR 9. Taylor Ruper Keyla Snowden .384 31 2007-08 1. Rachel Tecca 609 33 2012-13 2. Kara Murphy 580 30 2008-09 FTM GAMES YEAR 3. Hanna Luburgh 549 33 2012-13 FT MADE 167 33 2012-13 4. Cheryl Bowles 497 28 1999-00 1. Rachel Tecca 166 30 2008-09 5. Sina King 494 33 2012-13 2. Kara Murphy Niki McCoy 166 27 2006-07 6. Pam Arnold 490 27 1987-88 4. Sina King 135 33 2012-13 7. Cheryl Bowles 482 29 1998-99 121 31 2007-08 8. Rachel Tecca 475 30 2010-11 5. Kara Murphy 119 32 2009-10 9. Casey O’Connor 464 28 1979-80 6. Kara Murphy 28 1979-80 10. Kara Murphy 449 31 2007-08 7. Casey O’Connor 108 8. Pam Arnold 100 27 1987-88 9. Cheryl Bowles 98 28 1999-00 POINTS PER GAME PPG GAMES YEAR 94 29 1998-99 1. Sue Davis 21.6 16 1975-76 10. Cheryl Bowles 2. Kara Murphy 19.3 30 2008-09 FTA GAMES YEAR 3. Rachel Tecca 18.5 33 2012-13 FT ATTEMPTS 215 33 2012-13 4. Pam Arnold 18.2 27 1987-88 1. Rachel Tecca 2. Kara Murphy 211 30 2008-09 5. Cheryl Bowles 17.8 28 1999-00 201 27 2006-07 6. Hanna Luburgh 16.6 33 2012-13 3. Niki McCoy 165 32 2009-10 Sue Davis 16.6 14 1974-75 4. Kara Murphy 161 31 2007-08 Cheryl Bowles 16.6 29 1998-99 5. Kara Murphy 6. Casey O’Connor 160 28 1979-80 9. Pam Arnold 16.5 27 1986-87 7. Sina King 159 33 2012-13 Casey O’Connor 16.5 28 1979-80 8. Pam Arnold 140 27 1987-88 138 28 1999-00 FIELD GOALS FGM GAMES YEAR 9. Cheryl Bowles 26 1995-96 1. Rachel Tecca 221 33 2012-13 10. Alisa Peddicord 136 2. Hanna Luburgh 201 33 2012-13 FT PCT. (MIN. 2 FT/GM) F T%GAMES YEAR 3. Pam Arnold 195 27 1987-88 31 2007-08 4. Cheryl Bowles 194 28 1999-00 1. Keyla Snowden .880 5. Rachel Tecca 192 30 2010-11 2. Hanna Luburgh .865 33 2012-13 .849 33 2012-13 6. Pam Arnold 188 27 1986-87 3. Sina King .826 27 2006-07 Cheryl Bowles 188 29 1998-99 4. Niki McCoy 5. Sina King .813 32 2011-12 8. Kara Murphy 186 30 2008-09 Elizabeth Green .813 29 1988-89 9. Casey O’Connor 178 28 1979-80 .807 25 1990-91 Kerry Mossburg 178 27 1989-90 7. Stacey Burrier 8. Kelley Burrier .789 25 1996-97 9. Riana Miller .780 31 2007-08 FG ATTEMPTS FGA GAMES YEAR 10. Pam Arnold .778 27 1985-86 1. Casey O’Connor 470 28 1979-80 2. Kara Murphy 437 30 2008-09 REB GAMES YEAR 3. Hanna Luburgh 432 33 2012-13 REBOUNDS 31 1980-81 4. Pam Arnold 429 27 1987-88 1. Kathleen Sullivan 290 2. Pam Arnold 289 27 1987-88 5. Rachel Tecca 423 33 2012-13 3. Sina King 288 33 2012-13 6. Casey O’Connor 421 31 1980-81 Rachel Tecca 288 30 2010-11 7. Kara Murphy 395 32 2009-10 28 1979-80 8. Pam Arnold 392 27 1986-87 5. Casey O’Connor 287 280 28 1979-80 9. Rachel Tecca 387 30 2010-11 6. Pam Long 7. Pam Long 274 26 1978-79 10. Keyla Snowden 382 31 2007-08 8. Pam Arnold 272 27 1986-87 260 29 1998-99 FG PCT. (MIN. 4/GM) PCT. GAMES YEAR 9. Cheryl Bowles 26 1979-80 1. Cheryl Bowles .556 29 1998-99 10. Kathleen Sullivan 258 2. Cheryl Bowles .553 28 1999-00 REBS. PER GAME RPG GAMES YEAR 3. Alisa Peddicord .528 27 1994-95 14.2 14 1974-75 4. Rachel Tecca .522 33 2012-13 1. Chris Miller 13.7 16 1975-76 5. Cassandra Martin .521 22 2002-03 2. Kim Knowles 10.7 27 1987-88 6. Jamie Scott .506 30 1997-98 3. Pam Arnold 10.6 13 1976-77 7. Rachel Tecca .496 30 2010-11 4. Kim Knowles 5. Pam Long 10.5 26 1978-79 8. Laura Braaten .495 30 1997-98 6. Kim Knowles 10.3 17 1977-78 9. Jolene Tamboue .493 32 2009-10 28 1979-80 10. Stacey Burrier .489 27 1989-90 7. Casey O’Connor 10.2 8. Pam Arnold 10.1 27 1986-87 10.0 28 1979-80 3-FG MADE 3-FG GAMES YEAR 9. Pam Long 10. Kathleen Sullivan 9.9 26 1979-80 1. Keyla Snowden 91 31 2007-08 2. Taylor Ruper 89 32 2011-12 AST. GAMES YEAR 3. Taylor Ruper 85 33 2012-13 ASSISTS 259 33 2012-13 4. Taylor Ruper 75 30 2010-11 1. Kacie Cassell 156 29 1998-99 5. Hanna Luburgh 70 33 2012-13 2. Abby Hoy 3. Lori Anderson 150 31 1980-81 6. Michelle Chavanne 63 24 1996-97 4. Abby Hoy 140 28 1999-00 7. Abby Hoy 61 29 1998-99 133 32 2009-10 8. Jae Conn 60 28 2003-04 5. Ayla Guzzardo 32 2011-12 9. Kelley Burrier 56 25 1996-97 6. Natasha Williams 125 29 2003-04 10. Leigh Burdette 53 26 1992-93 7. Lori Krezeczowski 121 8. Diane Hollish 117 27 1987-88 9. Kacie Cassell 114 32 2011-12 3-FG ATTEMPTS 3-FG GAMES YEAR Sarah Tokodi 114 29 2006-07 1. Taylor Ruper 262 33 2012-13 2. Keyla Snowden 237 31 2007-08 BLK. GAMES YEAR 3. Taylor Ruper 232 32 2011-12 BLOCKED SHOTS 31 1980-81 4. Taylor Ruper 196 30 2010-11 1. Kathleen Sullivan 135 2. Carla Huff 51 27 1985-86 5. Jae Conn 188 28 2004-04 47 31 2007-08 Michelle Chavanne 188 24 1996-97 3. Riana Miller Loralee Bolinger 43 31 1980-81 7. Hanna Luburgh 174 33 2012-13 44 31 1980-81 8. Abby Hoy 168 29 1998-99 5. Pam Long 6. Laura Braaten 41 29 1998-99 9. Lindsay Hemmelgarn 152 27 2002-03 7. Cassandra Martin 32 27 2001-02 10. Jessie Crooks 149 28 2005-06 8. Lori Rotruck 31 26 1983-84 Laura Braaten 31 30 1997-98 3-FG PCT. (min. 1 3fg/game) PCT. GAMES YEAR 30 2008-09 1. Nicki Nettrour .449 25 1995-96 10. Kyle Baumgartner 30 Riana Miller 30 29 2006-07 2. Ayla Guzzardo .429 32 2009-10 3. Georgina Wilkinson .406 27 1989-90 STL. GAMES YEAR 4. Hanna Luburgh .402 33 2012-13 STEALS 84 27 1989-90 5. Nicki Nettrour .400 26 1992-93 1. Shelly Brown 28 2005-06 6. Beth Holmes .397 28 1991-92 2. Courtney Stewart 76


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INDIVIDUAL <HEADLINE> RECORDS | HONORS BLOCKED SHOTS BLK. GAMES YEARS 1. Kathleen Sullivan 180 107 1979-83 2. Laura Braaten 112 109 1995-99 3. Lori Rotruck 107 106 1980-84 4. Cheryl Bowles 90 115 1997-01 5. Loralee Bolinger 82 112 1979-83 6. Carla Huff 77 51 1985-87 7. Mandy Holzer 71 111 2003-07 8. Alisa Peddicord 63 104 1992-96 9. Cassandra Martin 58 92 1999-03 10. Rachel Tecca 55 105 2009-pres STEALS STLS GAMES YEARS 1. Toreeda Turner 230 104 1981-85 2. Shelly Brown 198 93 1987-91 3. Diane Hollish 196 108 1984-88 4. Abby Hoy 180 110 1995-00 5. Erica Glover 174 98 1996-00 6. Pam Arnold 166 108 1984-88 7. Lori Anderson 154 103 1979-83 8. Cheryl Bowles 138 115 1997-01 9. Rachel Tecca 132 105 2009-pres 10. Kelley Burrier 127 72 1994-97 Current Players in BOLD.

UA Hall of Fame

Pam Arnold Davis 1984-88

Cheryl Bowles 1998-01

Margins of Victory OVERALL # MARGIN OPPONENT DATE 1. 72 pts. at Allegheny (109-37) Feb. 6, 1981 2. 67 pts. vs. Carlow (108-41) Dec. 5, 1982 3. 59 pts. vs. Hiram (83-24) Nov. 10, 2012 4. 57 pts. vs. Ursuline College (102-45) Dec. 12, 2010 5. 54 pts. vs. John Carroll (85-31) Dec. 2, 1981 AT HOME # MARGIN OPPONENT DATE 1. 59 pts. vs. Hiram (83-24) Nov. 10, 2012 2. 57 pts. vs. Ursuline College (102-45) Dec. 12, 2010 3. 54 pts. vs. John Carroll (85-31) Dec. 2, 1981 4. 53 pts. vs. Hiram (100-47) Dec. 7, 1983 5. 43 pts. vs. Clarion (90-47) Dec. 8, 1984 ON THE ROAD # MARGIN OPPONENT DATE 1. 72 pts. at Allengheny (109-37) Feb. 6, 1981 2. 67 pts. vs. Carlow (108-41) Dec. 5, 1982 3. 53 pts. at Baldwin-Wallace (79-26) Jan. 22, 1975 4. 46 pts. at Saint Peter’s (103-57) Nov. 26, 2012 5. 41 pts. at Chicago State (86-45) Jan. 3, 2013 IN MAC PLAY* # MARGIN OPPONENT DATE 1. 35 pts. vs. Kent State (93-58) Jan. 13, 2013 2. 28 pts. vs. Ohio (69-41) Mar. 2, 2010 3. 26 pts. vs. Buffalo (84-58) Feb. 20, 1999 26 pts. vs. Eastern Michigan [72-46] Mar. 10, 2010 5. 25 pts. vs. Ball State (76-51) Jan. 3, 1998 * Also represents biggest MAC wins at home IN MAC ROAD GAMES # MARGIN OPPONENT DATE 1. 29 pts. at Northern Illinois (72-43) Feb. 5, 2011 2. 27 pts. at Ohio (81-54) Jan. 10, 2013 3. 19 pts. at E. Michigan (72-53) Jan. 15, 2000 4. 17 pts. at Buffalo (77-60) March 6, 2013 17 pts. at C. Michigan (75-58) Feb. 6, 2001 17 pts. at Miami (79-62) Feb. 6, 1999

Margins of Defeat

Stacey Burrier Fischer

1987-91

Diane Hollish Berghaus

1984-88

Sue Davis 1974-76

Kim Knowles 1975-78

OVERALL # MARGIN 1. 84 pts. 2. 65 pts. 3. 62 pts. 4. 63 pts. 5. 56 pts. 56 pts. 56 pts.

OPPONENT DATE at Dayton (26-110) Jan. 12, 1979 at Ohio State (35-100) Dec. 19, 2001 at Miami (Ohio) (32-94) Feb. 24, 2001 at M.Tennessee (45-108) Feb. 25, 1985 at Toledo (63-119) Feb. 9, 1994 at E. Michigan (37-93) Jan. 7, 2004 vs. Ohio State (40-96) Mar. 11, 1977

AT HOME # MARGIN 1. 51 pts. 2. 50 pts. 3. 46 pts. 4. 45 pts. 5. 42 pts.

OPPONENT DATE vs. Kent State (37-88) Feb. 7, 1979 vs. B. Green (53-103) Feb. 26, 1994 vs. Marquette (66-112) Nov. 29, 1991 vs. Kent State (64-109) Feb. 24, 1993 vs. Michigan St. (49-91) Jan. 15, 1987

ON THE ROAD # MARGIN OPPONENT DATE 1. 84 pts. at Dayton (26-110) Jan. 12, 1979 2. 65 pts. at Ohio State (35-100) Dec. 19, 2001 3. 63 pts. at M.Tennessee (45-108) Feb. 25, 1985 4. 62 pts. at Miami (Ohio) (32-94) Feb. 24, 2001 5. 56 pts. at Toledo (63-119) Feb. 9, 1994 56 pts. at E. Michigan (37-93) Jan. 7, 2004 56 pts. vs. Ohio State (40-96) Mar. 11, 1977

All-Time Postseason Honors ALL-AMERICAN Pam Arnold (Honorable Mention) Cheryl Bowles (Honorable Mention)

1986-87 1999-00

ALL-OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE Pam Arnold (Second Team)

1986-87

ALL-NORTH STAR CONFERENCE Stacey Burrier (Second Team) Angela Harris (Second Team)

1990-91 1991-92

ALL-MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE Alisa Peddicord (Honorable Mention) Kelly Burrier (Honorable Mention) Cheryl Bowles (Honorable Mention) Abby Hoy (Honorable Mention) Cheryl Bowles (Second Team) Cheryl Bowles (First Team) Erica Glover (Honorable Mention) Cheryl Bowles (Honorable Mention) Cassandra Martin (Honorable Mention) Jessie Crooks (Third Team) Nikki McCoy (Third Team) Kara Murphy (Third Team) Kara Murphy (First Team) Kyle Baumgartner (Honorable Mention) Kara Murphy (Second Team) Rachel Tecca (First Team) Kara Murphy (Honorable Mention) Sina King (Second Team) Taylor Ruper (Honorable Mention) Rachel Tecca (First Team) Sina King (Third Team) Hanna Luburgh (Third Team)

1994-95 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1998-99 1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 2002-03 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12 2012-13 2012-13 2012-13

ALL-MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT TEAM Cheryl Bowles 1998-99 Kara Murphy 2008-09 Hanna Luburgh 2012-13 Rachel Tecca 2012-13 ALL-MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE ACADEMIC TEAM Michelle Chavanne 1996-97 Jessie Crooks 2004-05 Jessie Crooks 2005-06 Jessie Crooks 2006-07 Kara Murphy 2008-09 Jolene Tamboue 2009-10 Rachel Tecca 2010-11 Sina King 2011-12 Taylor Ruper 2011-12 Sina King 2012-13 Hanna Luburgh 2012-13 Rachel Tecca 2012-13 ALL-MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE FRESHMAN TEAM Jamie Scott 1996-97 Cheryl Bowles 1997-98 Lindsay Hemmelgarn 2001-02 Niki McCoy 2005-06 Sarah Tokodi 2006-07 Kara Murphy 2007-08 Keyla Snowden 2007-08 Kyle Baumgartner 2008-09 Rachel Tecca 2009-10 Carly Young 2010-11 CAPITAL ONE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT IV Rachel Tecca (Third Team) Rachel Tecca (First Team)

2010-11 2012-13

CAPITAL ONE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Rachel Tecca (Second Team)

2012-13

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Rachel Tecca 2012-13 MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE SIXTH PLAYER OF THE YEAR Rachel Tecca 2009-10 Jasmine Mushington* 2010-11 *Co-Sixth Player of the Year MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR Jodi Kest 2009-10 Current players in BOLD.

Casey O’Connor 1979-83

Toreeda Turner 1981-85

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1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

99 133 50 67 117 178 171 116

1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82

FIELD GOALS Chris Miller Sue Davis Denise Angeloni Kim Knowles Pam Long Mary O’Connor Mary O’Connor Ruth Whatmough

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 3 FG/GAME) Chris Miller .471 Sue Davis .443 Kim Knowles .415 Kim Knowles .401 Pam Long .387 Kathleen Sullivan .445 Kathleen Sullivan .452 Ruth Whatmough .417 Terrie Jones .426 Toreeda Turner .427 Toreeda Turner .452 Pam Arnold .465 Pam Arnold .478 Diane Hollish .478 Kathy Collins .451

1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

1989-90 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 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Kathy Collins 22 1986-87 Kathy Collins 10 1987-88 Kathy Collins 20 1988-89 Georgina Wilkinson 28 1989-90 Leigh Burdette 49 1990-91 Leigh Burdette 23 1991-92 Beth Holmes 23 1991-92 Leigh Burdette 53 1992-93 Michelle Chavanne 46 1993-94 Michelle Chavanne 47 1994-95 Kelley Burrier 38 1995-96 Michelle Chavanne 63 1996-97 Amie Marks 25 1997-98 Abby Hoy 61 1998-99 Katie Hank 30 1999-00 Jamie Krivak 31 2000-01 Dominique Harris 31 2001-02 Lindsay Hemmelgarn 31 2001-02 Lindsay Hemmelgarn 50 2002-03 Jae Conn 60 2003-04 Jae Conn 38 2004-05 Courtney Stewart 52 2005-06 Jessie Crooks 33 2006-07 Keyla Snowden 91* 2007-08 Kara Murphy 42 2008-09 Kara Murphy 32 2009-10 Taylor Ruper 75 2010-11 Taylor Ruper 89 2011-12 Taylor Ruper 85 2012-13 3-POINT FIELD GOAL Kathy Collins Kathy Collins Kathy Collins Georgina Wilkinson Leigh Burdette Leigh Burdette Leigh Burdette Michelle Chavanne Michelle Chavanne Michelle Chavanne Michelle Chavanne Abby Hoy Abby Hoy Abby Hoy Jamie Krivak Lindsay Hemmelgarn Lindsay Hemmelgarn Jae Conn Jae Conn Jessie Crooks Jessie Crooks Keyla Snowden Kara Murphy Kara Murphy Taylor Ruper Taylor Ruper Taylor Ruper

ATTEMPTS 57 1986-87 37 1987-88 54 1988-89 69 1989-90 128 1990-91 84 1991-92 140 1992-93 121 1993-94 135 1994-95 123 1995-96 188 1996-97 74 1997-98 168 1998-99 111 1999-00 122 2000-01 103 2001-02 152 2002-03 188 2003-04 131 2004-05 149 2005-06 115 2006-07 237 2007-08 127 2008-09 101 2009-10 196 2010-11 232 2011-12 262* 2012-13

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 1 3FG/GAME) Kathy Collins .386 1986-87 Kathy Collins .270 1987-88 Kathy Collins .370 1988-89 Georgina Wilkinson .406 1989-90

Leigh Burdette .383 Beth Holmes .397 Nicki Nettrour .400 Michelle Chavanne .380 Kelley Burrier .345 Nicki Nettrour .449* Kelley Burrier .392 (no player met minimum) Abby Hoy .363 Katie Hank .316 Jamie Krivak .254 Dominique Harris .307 Lindsay Hemmelgarn .329 Lindsay Hemmelgarn .391 Courtney Stewart .360 Courtney Stewart .361 Sarah Tokodi .337 Keyla Snowden .384 Kara Murphy .331 Ayla Guzzardo .449 Taylor Ruper .383 Taylor Ruper .384 Hanna Luburgh .402

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 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

FREE THROWS MADE Sue Davis Sue Davis Kim Knowles Kim Knowles Pam Long Dee Fox Mary O’Connor Mary O’Connor Sue Deckard Mary O’Connor Toreeda Turner Carla Norris Pam Arnold Pam Arnold Pam Arnold Elizabeth Green Stacey Burrier Stacey Burrier Rhonda Craig Rhonda Craig Richelle Hatcher Diane Greenwood Beth Simmons Alisa Peddicord Amie Marks Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Sierra Cooper Cassandra Martin Lori Krezeczowski Jessica Deville Niki McCoy Niki McCoy Kara Murphy Kara Murphy Kara Murphy Rachel Tecca Sina King Rachel Tecca

1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

40 79 23 58 30 30 108 79 36 44 53 63 84 67 100 91 86 71 64 64 58 68 87 72 75 79 94 98 71 59 68 68 50 84 166 121 166 119 91 91 167*

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Chris Miller 63 Sue Davis 103 Sharon Richardson 34 Kim Knowles 76 Sherry Bowman 63 Mary O’Connor 160 Mary O’Connor 134 Sue Deckard 64 Lori Rotruck 62 Toreeda Turner 70 Carla Norris 84 Pam Arnold 108 Pam Arnold 104 Pam Arnold 140 Kim Gwinner 116 Stacey Burrier 128 Stacey Burrier 88 Rhonda Craig 103 Richelle Hatcher 96 Diane Greenwood 96 Beth Simmons 130 Alisa Peddicord 136 Amie Marks 106

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RECORDS & & HISTORY HISTORY RECORDS

16.6 21.6* 9.6 11.3 10.2 16.5 14.0 8.5 12.4 13.8 13.1 15.8 16.5 18.2 11.8 15.3 11.0 12.9 10.0 13.8 12.4 15.9 12.7 16.6 17.8 12.6 9.6 13.4 12.5 9.8 14.1 16.1 14.5 19.3 13.8 15.8 17.0 18.5

1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

.489 .466 .488 .385 .396 .528 .483 .408 .506 .556* .553 .477 .470 .521 .367 .370 .438 .474 .428 .472 .493 .496 .534 .522

2012-13 REVIEW REVIEW 2012-13

POINTS PER GAME Chris Miller Sue Davis Kim Knowles Kim Knowles Pam Long Mary O’Connor Mary O’Connor Ruth Whatmough Terrie Jones Toreeda Tuner Toreeda Turner Pam Arnold Pam Arnold Pam Arnold Kathy Collins Stacey Burrier Angela Harris Leigh Burdette Diane Greenwood Alisa Peddicord Alisa Peddicord Kelley Burrier Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cassandra Martin Cassandra Martin Jae Conn Jessie Crooks Jessie Crooks Niki McCoy Kara Murphy Kara Murphy Kara Murphy Rachel Tecca Rachel Tecca Rachel Tecca

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Chris Miller 210 Sue Davis 300 Denise Angeloni 149 Tina Garcea 209 Pam Long 302 Mary O’Connor 470* Mary O’Connor 421 Ruth Whatmough 278 Terrie Jones 317 Toreeda Turner 363 Toreeda Turner 334 Pam Arnold 368 Pam Arnold 392 Pam Arnold 429 Kathy Collins 284 Kerry Mossburg 366 Leigh Burdette 270 Leigh Burdette 256 Leigh Burdette 322 Diane Greenwood 239 Alisa Peddicord 286 Alisa Peddicord 359 Kelley Burrier 346 Amanda Hubbard 292 Abby Hoy 340 Cheryl Bowles 351 Cheryl Bowles 298 Dominique Harris 235 Lindsay Hemmelgarn 235 Dominique Harris 288 Jae Conn 324 Jessie Crooks 276 Jessie Crooks 324 Niki McCoy 314 Keyla Snowden 382 Kara Murphy 437 Kara Murphy 395 Rachel Tecca 387 Taylor Ruper 283 Hanna Luburgh 432

Stacey Burrier Stacey Burrier Angela Harris Leigh Burdette Megan Koster Alisa Peddicord Alisa Peddicord Kelley Burrier Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cassandra Martin Cassandra Martin Jae Conn Jessie Crooks Jessie Crooks Riana Miller Kara Murphy Kyle Baumgartner Jolene Tamboue Rachel Tecca Rachel Tecca Rachel Tecca

STUDENT-ATHLETES STUDENT-ATHLETES

1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

135 1982-83 155 1983-84 151 1984-85 171 1985-86 188 1986-87 195 1987-88 128 1988-89 178 1989-90 125 1990-91 124 1991-92 124 1992-93 88 1993-94 151 1994-95 125 1995-96 141 1996-97 144 1997-98 188 1998-99 194 1999-00 142 2000-01 108 2001-02 113 2002-03 119 2003-04 102 2004-05 142 2005-06 131 2006-07 148 2007-08 186 2008-09 145 2009-10 192 2010-11 131 2011-12 221* 2012-13

STAFF STAFF

232 345 121 192 264 464 421 249 311 359 328 426 446 490 343 412 321 308 334 250 372 322 398 367 482 497 366 258 258 294 349 274 396 435 449 580 441 475 372 609*

Terrie Jones Toreeda Turner Toreeda Turner Pam Arnold Pam Arnold Pam Arnold Kathy Collins Kerry Mossburg Stacey Burrier Angela Harris Leigh Burdette Megan Koster Alisa Peddicord Alisa Peddicord Kelley Burrier Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cassandra Martin Cassandra Martin Jae Conn Jessie Crooks Jessie Crooks Sarah Tokodi Kara Murphy Kara Murphy Kara Murphy Rachel Tecca Sina King Rachel Tecca

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POINTS Chris Miller Sue Davis Kim Knowles Kim Knowles Pam Long Mary O’Connor Mary O’Connor Ruth Whatmough Terrie Jones Toreeda Turner Toreeda Turner Pam Arnold Pam Arnold Pam Arnold Kathy Collins Stacey Burrier Stacey Burrier Angela Harris Leigh Burdette Diane Greenwood Alisa Peddicord Alisa Peddicord Kelley Burrier Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cassandra Martin Lindsay Hemmelgarn Cassandra Martin Jae Conn Jessie Crooks Jessie Crooks Niki McCoy Kara Murphy Kara Murphy Kara Murphy Rachel Tecca Sina King Rachel Tecca


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ANNUAL <HEADLINE> LEADERS | OVERTIME & 100-POINT GAMES Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cassandra Martin Cassandra Martin Lori Krezeczowski Jessica Deville Niki McCoy Niki McCoy Kara Murphy Kara Murphy Kara Murphy Rachel Tecca Sina King Rachel Tecca

128 127 138 100 80 121 92 60 118 201 161 211 165 134 112 215*

1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 2FT/GAME) Sue Davis .755 1974-75 Sue Davis .767 1975-76 Kim Knowles .719 1976-77 Kim Knowles .763 1977-78 Dee Fox .556 1978-79 Sue Deckard .678 1979-80 Mary O’Connor .590 1980-81 Sue Deckard .563 1981-82 Mary O’Connor .721 1982-83 Toreeda Turner .757 1983-84 Sue Deckard .563 1981-82 Mary O’Connor .721 1982-83 Toreeda Turner .757 1983-84 Carla Norris .750 1984-85 Pam Arnold .778 1985-86 Pam Arnold .644 1986-87 Pam Arnold .714 1987-88 Elizabeth Green .813 1988-89 Stacey Burrier .672 1989-90 Stacey Burrier .807 1990-91 Angela Harris .732 1991-92 Richelle Hatcher .604 1992-93 Diane Greenwood .708 1993-94 Kelley Burrier .744 1994-95 Kelley Burrier .722 1995-96 Kelley Burrier .789 1996-97 Amanda Hubbard .765 1997-98 Cheryl Bowles .740 1998-99 Cheryl Bowles .710 1999-00 Jamie Krivak .716 2000-01 Sierra Cooper .747 2001-02 Cassandra Martin .562 2002-03 Lori Krezeczowski .739 2003-04 No player met minimum 2004-05 Jessie Crooks .736 2005-06 Niki McCoy .826 2006-07 Keyla Snowden .880* 2007-08 Kara Murphy .787 2008-09 Ayla Guzzardo .741 2009-10 Kara Murphy .755 2010-11 Sina King .813 2011-12 Hanna Luburgh .865 2012-13 TOTAL REBOUNDS Chris Miller Kim Knowles Kim Knowles Kim Knowles Pam Long Mary O’Connor Kathleen Sullivan Lori Rotruck Lori Rotruck Paula Davis Carla Norris Pam Arnold Pam Arnold Pam Arnold Kathy Collins Kerry Mossburg Stacey Burrier Diane Greenwood Diane Greenwood Diane Greenwood Alisa Peddicord Alisa Peddicord Jamie Scott Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cassandra Martin

199 219 139 176 274 287 290* 165 177 185 203 234 272 289 200 224 183 155 152 195 253 181 195 209 260 234 180 179

1974-76 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 189-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

Cassandra Martin Mandy Holzer Jessie Crooks Niki McCoy Niki McCoy Kara Murphy Kyle Baumgartner Jolene Tamboue Rachel Tecca Sina King Sina King

170 131 125 160 177 175 216 247 288 196 288

REBOUNDS PER GAME Chris Miller 14.2* Kim Knowles 13.7 Kim Knowles 10.6 Kim Knowles 10.3 Pam Long 10.5 Mary O’Connor 10.2 Kathleen Sullivan 9.6 Lori Rotruck 6.6 Lori Rotruck 6.8 Paula Davis 7.1 Carla Davis 7.1 Pam Arnold 8.7 Pam Arnold 10.1 Pam Arnold 10.7 Kathy Collins 6.9 Kerry Mossburg 8.3 Stacey Burrier 7.3 Diane Greenwood 5.5 Diane Greenwood 5.9 Diane Greenwood 7.8 Alisa Peddicord 9.4 Alisa Peddicord 7.0 Jamie Scott 7.5 Cheryl Bowles 7.2 Cheryl Bowles 9.0 Cheryl Bowles 8.2 Cheryl Bowles 6.2 Cassandra Martin 6.6 Cassandra Martin 7.7 Mandy Holzer 4.7 Jessie Crooks 4.5 Niki McCoy 5.9 Niki McCoy 6.6 Kara Murphy 5.6 Kyle Baumgartner 7.2 Jolene Tamboue 7.7 Rachel Tecca 9.6 Rachel Tecca 7.6 Sina King 8.7 ASSISTS Karen Kennedy Denise Angeloni Denise Angeloni Mary Pat Quinlan Mary Pat Quinlan Lori Anderson Lori Anderson Toreeda Turner Toreeda Turner Toreeda Turner Diane Hollish Diane Hollish Diane Hollish Diane Hollish Elizabeth Green Shelly Brown Rhonda Craig Rhonda Craig Megan Koster Megan Koster Michelle Chavanne Michelle Chavanne Abby Hoy Abby Hoy Abby Hoy Jamie Krivak Lindsay Hemmelgarn Lindsay Hemmelgarn Lori Krezeczowski Lori Krezeczowski Krissy Marco Sarah Tokodi Amanda Sedlack Ayla Guzzardo Ayla Guzzardo Kacie Cassell Natasha Williams

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2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1983-84 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 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 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Kacie Cassell

259*

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Overtime Games OVERALL RECORD: 9-19 HOME: 4-11 ROAD: 3-8 NEUTRAL: 2-0

BLOCKS Kathleen Sullivan Lori Rotruck Kathleen Sullivan Lori Rotruck Susan Dobosh Carla Huff Carla Huff Pam Arnold Stacey Burrier Kerry Mossburg Diane Greenwood Diane Greenwood Beth Holmes Richelle Hatcher Alisa Peddicord Alisa Peddicord Laura Braaten Laura Braaten Laura Braaten Laura Braaten Cheryl Bowles Cheryl Bowles Cassandra Martin Cassandra Martin Mandy Holzer Mandy Holzer Mandy Holzer Riana Miller Riana Miller Kyle Baumgartner Jolene Tamboue Rachel Tecca Denver McLean Rachel Tecca

135* 25 35 31 12 51 26 13 10 19 15 5 5 16 8 27 14 26 31 41 28 18 32 20 22 20 16 30 47 30 25 16 20 25

1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

STEALS Lori Anderson Toreeda Turner Toreeda Turner Toreeda Turner Toreeda Turner Diane Hollish Diane Hollish Pam Arnold Shelly Brown Shelly Brown Shelly Brown Rhonda Craig Leigh Burdette Jennifer Swartzwelder Kelley Burrier Kelley Burrier Amanda Hubbard Amanda Hubbard Erica Glover Erica Glover Cheryl Bowles Lindsay Hemmelgarn Lindsay Hemmelgarn Jae Conn Courtney Stewart Courtney Stewart Sarah Tokodi Kara Murphy Ayla Guzzardo Ayla Guzzardo Rachel Tecca Jasmine Mushington Rachel Tecca

75 50 69 59 52 56 59 52 46 84* 61 34 40 32 35 37 42 65 52 53 37 53 39 53 40 75 52 40 51 54 38 43 46

1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 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 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

40 1974-75 74 1975-76 60 1976-77 37 1977-78 54 1978-79 103 1979-80 130 1980-81 60 1981-82 89 1982-83 92 1983-84 86 1984-85 103 1985-86 110 1986-87 117 1987-88 100 1988-89 91 1989-90 80 1990-91 66 1991-92 70 1992-93 68 1993-94 NOTE: Annual records for blocked shots 88 1995-96 and steals were not kept until 1980-81. 89 1996-97 111 1997-98 * Denotes school record. 156 1998-99 140 1999-00 Active players in BOLD. 65 2000-01 78 2001-02 52 2002-03 121 2003-04 90 2004-05 78 2005-06 114 2006-07 78 2007-08 105 2008-09 133 2009-10 102 2010-11 125 2011-12

SINGLE OVERTIME GAMES OVERALL RECORD: 6-18 HOME: 2-10 ROAD: 2-8 NEUTRAL: 2-0 DATE OPPONENT W/L RESULT 12/05/78 at John Carroll L 93-94 03/07/81 vs. Xavier W 83-80 12/12/81 at Wright State W 70-69 12/10/82 at N. Kentucky L 84-89 12/03/83 Malone W 82-71 02/18/89 at Cleveland State L 63-71 02/27/91 Cleveland State L 71-78 01/26/94 Ball State W 85-83 02/19/94 Central Michigan L 65-72 02/24/96 at Bowling Green L 73-77 02/11/98 Bowling Green L 91-93 11/21/98 at Indiana W 70-67 12/21/01 Coll. of Charleston L 54-59 01/30/02 Marshall L 68-71 01/28/03 Buffalo L 45-48 03/04/03 Ohio L 60-65 02/18/04 Central Michigan L 65-70 02/21/05 at Central Mich. L 77-78 02/28/07 at Ohio L 68-77 01/14/08 at Ohio L 60-65 01/27/10 Ball State W 66-64 11/26/10 Georgia Southern W 94-81 11/22/11 St. Francis L 79-80 01/04/12 Miami (Ohio) L 85-95 01/19/12 at Ohio L 71-72 DOUBLE OVERTIME GAMES OVERALL RECORD: 3-1 HOME: 2-1 ROAD: 1-0 NEUTRAL: 0-0 DATE OPPONENT W/L RESULT 12/20/87 Bowling Green L 78-80 03/01/93 Cincinnati W 87-85 01/23/99 at Ball State W 79-77 12/21/03 Youngstown State W 67-62

100-Point Games

OVERALL RECORD: 5-27 HOME: 2-7 ROAD: 2-19 NEUTRAL: 1-1 DATE OPPONENT W/L RESULT 01/12/79 at Dayton L 26-110 02/06/81 at Allegheny W 109-37 12/05/82 vs. Carlow W 108-41 12/07/83 Hiram W 100-47 02/25/85 at MTSU L 45-108 01/25/86 at Tennessee Tech L 72-100 01/11/90 at Northern Ilinois L 78-108 02/09/90 Northern Illinois L 91-112 02/23/91 at Valparaiso L 67-110 11/26/91 Kent State L 78-101 11/29/91 Marquette L 66-112 12/14/91 at Toledo L 57-102 01/13/92 at Northern Illinois L 67-101 01/26/92 at Valparaiso L 77-107 02/02/92 at Buffalo L 58-101 02/24/92 at Valparaiso L 62-100 02/24/93 Kent State L 64-109 03/06/93 at Bowling Green L 57-102 01/22/94 Kent State L 66-100 02/09/94 at Toledo L 63-119 02/16/94 at Kent State L 73-105 02/26/94 Bowling Green L 53-103 02/21/96 at Toledo L 70-110 03/05/96 at Toledo L 70-100 12/06/96 vs. Detroit L 72-111 01/08/97 at Toledo L 73-102 01/25/97 at Kent State L 58-104 12/19/00 at Ohio State L 35-100 01/09/02 Miami L 67-103 03/08/03 at Western Mich. L 60-101 12/19/10 vs. Ursuline Coll. W 102-45 11/26/12 at Saint Peter’s W 103-57


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1995-96 1996-97 2000-01 2001-02

MISS HUSTLE Jerilyn Cushing Kelley Burrier Julie McDivitt Kimberly Larson

1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2008-09 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

ZIPS SCHOLAR Michelle Chavanne Amie Marks Amie Marks Jamie Scott Kimberly Larson Kimberly Larson Kimberly Larson Kara Murphy Rachel Tecca Rachel Tecca Rachel Tecca

1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

SPIRIT AWARD Sierra Cooper, Kimberly Larson Kimberly Larson Sierra Cooper

COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD 2008-09 Amber Witt 2009-10 Denver McLean 2010-11 Kacie Cassell 2011-12 Hanna Luburgh 2012-13 Taylor Ruper Current players in BOLD.

COACHES AWARD 1981-82 Ruth Whatmough 1982-83 Mary O’Connor 1983-84 Michelle Heck 1984-85 Michelle Heck 1985-86 Lisa Young Kathy Collins 1986-87 Kathy Collins 1987-88 Kathy Collins 1988-89 Kim Gwinner 1989-90 Stacey Burrier 1990-91 Stacey Burrier 1993-94 Yontami Bell 1994-95 Brande Lamb 1996-97 Kelley Burrier Michelle Chavanne 1997-98 Erica Glover Mickey Timco 1998-99 Serena Blount 1999-00 Jamie Krivak

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CAPTAINS Chris Miller Sandy Hunsicker Janee Bednarik Sue Davis Denise Angeloni Kim Knowles Denise Angeloni Kim Knowles Jeanne Bauhart Pam Long Mary Pat Quinlan Kathy Hughes Pam Long Mary Pat Quinlan Sue Deckard Pam Long Mary O’Connor Sue Deckard Mary O’Connor Lori Anderson Loralee Bolinger Mary O’Connor Kathleen Sullivan Paul Davis Lori Rotruck Toreeda Turner Ruth Whatmough Michelle Heck Pam Arnold Kathy Collins Patty De Ascentis

Dominique Harris Raegan Johnson Felecia Bell Kristina Rosén Jessica Deville Ayla Guzzardo Brianna Moyes Kacie Cassell Sina King

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1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

2000-01 2001-02 2006-07 2007-08 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

STUDENT-ATHLETES STUDENT-ATHLETES

BEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER 1975-76 Gail Nagel 1976-77 Mary Pat Quinlan 1977-78 Mary Pat Quinlan 1978-79 Mary Pat Quinlan 1979-80 Lori Anderson 1980-81 Lori Anderson 1984-85 Diane Hollish 1985-86 Diane Hollish 1986-87 Diane Hollish 1987-88 Diane Hollish 1988-89 Shelly Brown 1989-90 Shelly Brown 1990-91 Shelly Brown 1991-92 Rhonda Craig 1992-93 Richelle Hatcher 1995-96 Abby Hoy 1997-98 Erica Glover 1998-99 Erica Glover 1999-00 Erica Glover 2000-01 N/A 2001-02 Dominique Harris Felecia Bell

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 1975-76 Patty Armstrong 1976-77 Pam Gaug Joan Tonathy 1977-78 Pam Long 1978-79 Leslee Simon 1979-80 Sue Deckard 1980-81 Lori Rotruck 1981-82 Toreeda Turner 1982-83 Lori Rotruck 1983-84 Ruth Whatmough 1984-85 Kris Stanoch 1985-86 Carla Huff 1986-87 Kelly Lethbridge 1987-88 Shelly Brown 1988-89 Kerry Mossburg 1989-90 Michelle Spaulding 1990-91 Angela Harris 1991-92 Beth Holmes 1992-93 Beth Simmons 1993-94 Michelle Chavanne 1994-95 Beth Simmons 1995-96 Laura Braaten 1996-97 Amanda Hubbard 1997-98 Laura Braaten 1998-99 Jamie Krivak 1999-00 Katie Hank 2000-01 Cassandra Martin 2001-02 Kimberly Larson 2006-07 Riana Miller 2008-09 Denver McLean 2009-10 Taylor Ruper 2010-11 Jasmine Mushington 2011-12 Carly Young 2012-13 Megan Barilla

1987-88 Pam Arnold Kathy Collins Diane Hollish 1988-89 Kathy Collins 1989-90 Elizabeth Green Kerry Mossburg 1990-91 Stacey Burrier Amy Cummings 1991-92 Beth Holmes Tara Duquette 1992-93 Richelle Hatcher Leigh Burdette 1993-94 Beth Holmes Diane Greenwood 1994-95 Alisa Peddicord Brande Lamb 1995-96 Brande Lamb Jerilyn Cushing 1996-97 Kelley Burrier Michelle Chavanne 1997-98 Amie Marks Mickey Timco 1998-99 Cheryl Bowles Erica Glover 1999-00 Cheryl Bowles Erica Glover Abby Hoy Jamie Scott 2000-01 Cheryl Bowles Jamie Krivak Kimberly Larson 2001-02 Sierra Cooper Kimberly Larson Felecia Bell 2002-03 n/a 2003-04 Lindsay Hemmelgarn Lori Krezeczowski 2004-05 Jae Conn Lori Krezeczowski 2005-06 Jessie Crooks Krissy Marco 2006-07 Jessie Crooks Jessica Deville 2007-08 Jessica Deville Kristina Rosén 2008-09 Victoria Arndt Kara Murphy 2009-10 Ayla Guzzardo Kara Murphy Jolene Tamboue 2010-11 Kara Murphy 2011-12 Rachel Tecca Natasha Williams 2012-13 Kacie Cassell Rachel Tecca

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BEST OFFENSIVE PLAYER 1975-76 Sue Davis 1976-77 Sharon Richardson Jeanne Bauhart 1977-78 Kim Knowles 1978-79 Pam Long 1979-80 Mary O’Connor 1980-81 Mary O’Connor 1989-90 Kerry Mossburg 1990-91 Stacey Burrier 1991-92 Angela Harris 1992-93 Leigh Burdette

2006-07 Lauren Stephenson FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2006-07 Sarah Tokodi 2007-08 Kara Murphy 2008-09 Kyle Baumgartner 2009-10 Rachel Tecca 2010-11 Carly Young

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MOST VALUABLE PLAYER (TOUCHDOWN CLUB TROPHY) 1974-75 Chris Miller 1975-76 Sue Davis 1976-77 Kim Knowles 1977-78 Kim Knowles 1978-79 Pam Long 1979-80 Mary O’Connor 1980-81 Mary O’Connor 1981-82 Lori Anderson 1982-83 Toreeda Turner 1983-84 Toreeda Turner 1984-85 Toreeda Turner 1985-86 Pam Arnold 1986-87 Pam Arnold 1987-88 Pam Arnold 1988-89 Kathy Collins 1989-90 Kerry Mossburg 1990-91 Stacey Burrier 1991-92 Angela Harris 1992-93 Leigh Burdette Richelle Hatcher 1993-94 Diane Greenwood 1994-95 Alisa Peddicord 1995-96 Alisa Peddicord 1996-97 Kelley Burrier Michelle Chavanne 1997-98 None 1998-99 Abby Hoy 1999-00 Cheryl Bowles Erica Glover Abby Hoy 2000-01 Jamie Krivak 2001-02 Cassandra Martin 2008-09 Kara Murphy 2009-10 Kara Murphy 2010-11 Rachel Tecca 2011-12 Sina King 2012-13 Rachel Tecca


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1999 Women’s National Invitation Tournament Zips close 1998-99 season with gutsy loss in WNIT to Michigan State, 76-65

March 11, 1999 Breslin Center, East Lansing, Mich. Michigan St. 76, Akron 65

EAST LANSING, Mich. -- Despite a game-high 25 points by Akron's Cheryl Bowles, Michigan State took advantage of a depleted Zips lineup to pull out a 76-65 win in the first round of the Women's National Invitation Tournament. Akron led most of the first half, jumping out to a 19-14 advantage with 9:43 before the break. The Spartans went on a 5-0 run to tie the game at 19 and took their first lead, 22-19 on a three-pointer by Maxann Reese with 7:13 left in the half. MSU extended the lead to as many as seven with 2:37 left until intermission but a 7-3 Zips run over the final two minutes drew Akron to within three, 35-32, at the break. In the second half, the Zips pulled to within one on two occasions early, but would get no closer. The Spartans extended the lead to as much as 12 points, 61-49, with 9:03 remaining, but the Zips had one more run left. Keyed by six points from Bowles and five from Abby Hoy, who had 18 total, the Zips used a 13-4 run over the next six minutes to trail by only three with just under three minutes remaining. Akron had a chance to tie with a threepointer by freshman Hollie Stephenson but it was just off the mark. The Spartans rebounded and took control closing the game with an 11-3 run for the final margin. In the MAC Tournament, the Zips had advanced to the semifinal, falling to Toledo, 86-65, at the SeaGate Center.

AKRON MIN FG-FGA FT-FTA R PTS Hoy 39 7-15 0-0 5 18 Krivak 33 5-12 1-2 4 11 Bowles 35 9-14 7-9 7 25 Glover 28 2-11 1-1 4 5 Bell 17 0-1 0-1 3 0 Larson 3 0-1 0-0 0 0 Stephenson 16 1-3 0-0 0 3 Yeager 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 Croston 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Cooper 5 0-1 0-0 1 0 Braaten 19 1-4 1-2 11 3 TOTALS 200 25-62 10-15 39 65 MSU MIN FG-FGA FT-FTA R PTS Dalgaard 31 6-11 1-1 10 13 Cummings 28 3-3 7-15 10 13 Rasmussen 33 5-18 4-4 10 14 Reese 28 4-19 3-4 2 12 Johnson 23 3-6 0-0 3 7 Blazek 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 Pung 22 2-4 0-0 2 4 Salscheider 16 1-2 1-2 4 3 Skelly 17 4-6 2-2 5 10 TOTALS 200 28-69 18-28 47 76 Three-point Goals: Akron (5-15): Hoy 4-10, Stephenson 1-2, Krivak 0-2, Bowles 0-1; MSU (2-11): Johnson 1-2, Reese 1-8, Dalgaard 0-1. Halftime: MSU, 35-32. Att. 759.

2010 Women’s Basketball Invitational Women’s Basketball Defeated at Wichita State, 67-61, in WBI WICHITA, Kan. –The fifth-seeded University of Akron women’s basketball team was defeated by fourth-seeded Wichita State, 67-61, Thursday night in the opening round of the Women’s Basketball Invitational at Charles Koch Arena. Senior forward Jolene Tamboue recorded her seventh double-double of the season in her final game as the Kansas native paced the Zips (18-14) with 16 points and 12 rebounds. The Shockers (18-14), who trailed by 11 points at halftime, opened the second period with a 22-6 run and held on late to eliminate Akron from postseason play. Junior Kara Murphy joined Tamboue in double figures with 14 points on 5-for-9 shooting. Jessica Diamond led four WSU players in double figures with 14 points. It was a strong-shooting first half for Akron, which took a 37-26 lead into the locker room, as the Zips connected on 55.6 percent (15-for-27) from the field while converting all six free throw attempts. The Shockers turned the tables in the second half, however, scoring the first six points of the period to cut the deficit to five, 37-32. They saw their lead grow to as many as seven points but lay-ins by Murphy on back-toback possessions kept UA’s hopes alive; pulling the Zips to within three, 52-49, with 4:15 left. WSU’s Haleigh Lankster answered with a 3-pointer, however, to spark a 7-0 run and hold on for the victory.

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March 18, 2010 Charles Koch Arena, Wichita, Kan. Wichita State 67, Akron 61 AKRON MIN FG-FGA FT-FTA R PTS Murphy 24 5-9 4-6 2 14 Tamboue 34 8-11 0-0 12 16 Baumgartner 27 1-5 2-2 7 4 Guzzardo 35 1-7 3-4 3 6 Witt 21 0-4 2-2 2 2 Williams 6 0-0 0-0 0 0 Ruper 14 2-5 2-2 1 8 Mushington 21 1-2 2-2 1 4 Tecca 18 3-5 1-2 5 7 Team 4 TOTALS 200 21-48 16-20 37 61 WSU MIN FG-FGA FT-FTA R PTS Turner 16 0-3 0-0 1 0 Price 30 3-4 4-5 3 10 Henderson 36 1-1 2-6 3 4 Johnson 31 3-10 3-4 9 9 Lankster 29 4-9 2-5 4 11 Boyd 19 5-12 0-0 4 11 Diamond 19 5-11 3-4 1 14 Gordon 20 4-7 0-0 4 8 Team 2 TOTALS 200 25-57 14-24 31 67 Three-point Goals: Akron (3-10): Tamboue 0-1, Guzzardo 1-3, Witt 0-1, Ruper 2-5; WSU (3-12): Turner 0-1, Lankster 1-3, Boyd 1-5, Diamond 1-3. Halftime: Akron, 37-26. Att. 892.


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AKRON MIN FG-FGA FT-FTA R PTS Tecca 29 5-12 6-6 8 16 King 33 3-8 9-10 8 15 Cassell 38 0-3 2-2 3 2 Luburgh 38 5-12 5-5 9 19 Ruper 36 5-8 0-0 1 14 Barilla 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Brown 6 0-0 0-0 1 0 Young 19 0-3 0-1 4 0 Team 5 TOTALS 200 18-46 22-24 38 66

Three-point Goals: Akron (8-17): Cassell 0-1, Luburgh 4-7, Ruper 4-6, Young 0-3; Duquesne (6-18): Agunbiade 1-1, Floyd 1-1, Szecsi 1-3, Abel 2-3, Robinson 0-5, Odisho 0-1, Nurkic 1-4. Halftime: Akron, 37-31. Att. 539.

STUDENT-ATHLETES STUDENT-ATHLETES

DUQUESNE MIN FG-FGA FT-FTA R PTS Agunbiade 34 8-16 5-6 8 22 Floyd 22 4-9 2-2 4 11 Szecsi 18 2-11 0-0 1 5 Abel 25 3-11 8-8 8 16 Robinson 27 2-8 0-0 2 4 Odisho 3 0-2 0-0 0 0 Hall 28 1-3 0-0 4 2 Nurkic 23 2-7 0-0 3 5 King 20 3-4 0-0 6 6 Team 1 TOTALS 200 25-71 15-16 37 71

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PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- Sina King surpassed 1,000 career points and the University of Akron shot 47.1 percent from behind the 3-point arc, but neither was enough to carry the Zips to their first postseason victory in a 71-66 loss at Duquesne in the first round of the Women’s NIT. Hanna Luburgh led all Akron scorers with 19 points and was one rebound short of a double-double with nine. Rachel Tecca was a perfect 6-for-6 from the free throw line en route to 16 points and eight boards, and Taylor Ruper drained 4-of-6 from long range to finish with 14 points. King ended the night with 15 points, and hit her career milestone with two free throws at the 8:14 mark of the first half. She was 9-for-10 from the line, also grabbing eight rebounds. The contest was a wild one that featured 17 lead changes and seven ties in 40 minutes. The Zips put together a 9-0 run over the last two minutes of the first half to build a six-point lead at halftime at 37-31. UA was a perfect 12-for-12 from the charity stripe and out-rebounded the Dukes 26-18 in the first period. Luburgh scored 11 of her points and collected seven of her rebounds during that time. The second half started off slow for both teams, until Tecca put in a soft jump hook at the 15:33 mark to break the scoreless drought. The Zips held their largest lead of the night at 11 with 13:16 left on the clock after Ruper knocked down back-to-back 3-pointers and forced a Duquesne timeout. The Dukes slowly started to chip away over the next several minutes, making the most of Akron’s 26 turnovers in all. Trailing by five with 45 seconds to go, Luburgh achieved the improbable and converted a 4-point play to make it a one-point game at 67-66 in Duquesne’s favor with 35 seconds to play. Akron put on its pressure defense but could not capitalize on a key steal from Cassell as Duquesne knocked down four-straight free throws down the stretch to secure the game.

March 21, 2013 A.J. Palumbo Center, Pittsburgh, Pa. Duquesne 71, Akron 66

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Women’s Basketball bows out of WNIT with 71-66 loss at Duquesne

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FEB. 26, 1999 • BGSU AT AKRON JAR ARENA, AKRON, OHIO, 7:00 P.M. AKRON 74, BOWLING GREEN 56 AKRON Abby Hoy Erica Glover Cheryl Bowles Jamie Krivak Felecia Bell H. Stephenson Terrah Yeager A. Croston Laura Braaten TOTALS

MIN. FG FT R PTS. 38 3-16 8-8 8 16 39 4-17 1-1 4 9 22 4-7 8-9 10 16 23 2-5 2-2 3 8 25 2-6 0-0 4 4 20 4-10 2-4 0 12 7 0-3 0-0 1 0 2 0-1 0-0 1 0 24 2-5 5-10 10 9 200 21-70 26-34 47 74

BGSU Sherry Kahle Jill DeFosse Jacki Raterman J. Gafford Francine Miller Angie Farmer Dana Western Yalonda Holt Liz Harris J. Wappes Netta Smith TOTALS

MIN. FG FT R PTS. 25 4-9 0-0 8 9 23 1-8 2-2 6 5 40 7-14 2-3 8 17 11 0-1 2-2 2 2 19 1-8 1-2 8 3 18 1-4 0-0 4 3 11 1-3 0-0 2 3 16 0-7 3-4 5 3 1 0-0 0-0 1 0 29 3-7 3-4 3 11 8 0-1 0-1 0 0 200 18-62 13-18 52 56

Three-point Goals: Akron (6-22): Hoy (2-9), Bowles (0-2), Krivak (2-4), Bell (0-1), Stephenson (2-6). Bowling Green (7-21): Kahle (1-2), DeFosse (1-3), Raterman (1-4), Miller (0-3), Farmer (1-2), Western (1-2), Holt (0-2), Wappes (2-3). Halftime: Akron, 30-27 Att: 345.

MARCH 3, 2001 • AKRON AT BUFFALO ALUMNI ARENA, BUFFALO, N.Y. 7:00 P.M. AKRON 65, BUFFALO 64 AKRON Cheryl Bowles Erica Carnafa Jamie Krivak Jamie Scott Julie McDivitt C. Martin Katrina Carter Sierra Cooper K. Larson TOTALS

MIN. FG FT 31 8-14 0-0 32 2-7 0-0 34 6-17 2-3 28 2-5 2-3 7 0-0 1-2 35 6-9 2-2 20 1-3 0-0 7 0-1 0-0 6 0-0 0-0 200 25-56 7-10

R PTS. 10 19 0 4 3 19 9 6 0 1 8 14 2 2 1 0 0 0 39 65

BUFFALO J. Kochendorfer Tiffany Bell Mari McClure Sonia Ortega V. Jennings Tara Perrier Jana Richtrova Rachel Martin TOTALS

MIN. FG FT R PTS. 27 1-4 1-2 6 3 40 5-10 4-6 9 14 38 7-17 3-5 1 17 34 4-11 2-3 11 10 37 7-13 1-1 5 20 11 0-7 0-0 3 0 8 0-2 0-0 2 0 5 0-0 0-0 1 0 200 24-64 11-17 38 64

Three-point Goals: Akron (8-18): Bowles (3-5), Krivak (5-11),  Caranfa (0-1), Carter (0-1). Buffalo (5-17): McClure (0-1), Jennings (5-9), Perrier (0-5), Richtrova (0-2). Halftime: Buffalo, 27-24 Att: 445.

FEB. 28, 1999 • AKRON VS. TOLEDO SEAGATE CENTER, TOLEDO, OHIO 2:00 P.M. TOLEDO 85, AKRON 65 AKRON MIN. FG FT Abby Hoy 34 6-11 5-5 Felecia Bell 13 0-1 0-0 Cheryl Bowles 39 12-21 2-2 Erica Glover 39 2-6 3-5 Jamie Krivak 24 0-4 0-0 H. Stephenson 17 2-5 0-0 Terrah Yeager 1 0-0 0-0 A. Croston 11 0-3 0-0 Sierra Cooper 5 1-2 0-0 Laura Braaten 17 1-3 1-2 TOTALS 200 24-56 11-14 TOLEDO

MIN. FG

Kim Knuth J. Markwood Leslie Favre Kristen Tews Tara Overaitis C. Risinger Sarah Cook A. Bryant Kahli Carter Jannifer Hare TOTALS

36 31 29 29 10 5 8 11 16 1 200

FT

R PTS. 3 21 1 0 10 27 6 7 3 0 0 5 0 0 3 0 0 2 4 3 34 65 R

Karin Husbeck 24 3-7 2-2 3

8-16 16-16 3-5 5-6 7-13 2-2 0-1 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-4 1-2 3-5 0-1 0-0 0-0 25-58 26-29

Kara Murphy

4 7 5 2 4 0 2 2 2 0 34

PTS. 9 35 11 21 0 2 0 0 1 6 0 85

Three-point Goals: Akron (6-13): Hoy (4-6), Bowles (1-2), Krivak (0-2), Stephenson (1-3). Toledo (9-18): Husbeck (1-1), Knuth (3-4), Favre (5-8), Tews (0-1), Risinger (0-1), Bryant (0-2), Carter (0-1). Halftime: Akron 36-34.

MARCH 6, 2001 • AKRON VS. NORTHERN ILL. GUND ARENA, CLEVELAND, OHIO 4:30 P.M. NORTHERN ILLINOIS 69, AKRON 47

MARCH 10, 2010 • AKRON VS. EASTERN MICHIGAN QUICKEN LOANS ARENA, CLEVELAND, OHIO 7:15 P.M. AKRON 72, EASTERN MICH. 46

MARCH 12, 2010 • AKRON VS. BOWLING GREEN QUICKEN LOANS ARENA, CLEVELAND, OHIO 2:45 P.M. BOWLING GREEN 81, AKRON 49

AKRON MIN. FG FT R PTS. Kara Murphy 26 5-12 9-11 4 19 Jolene Tamboue 22 0-4 0-0 7 0 K. Baumgartner 27 4-9 1-2 11 9 Ayla Guzzardo 36 5-9 0-0 3 13 Amber Witt 23 3-3 1-2 0 7 N. Wiliams 4 0-1 0-0 1 0 Taylor Ruper 14 2-3 0-0 0 6 Katie Bubna 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 J. Mushington 21 2-5 1-2 2 5 Rachel Tecca 22 6-9 1-4 5 13 Denver McLean 3 0-0 0-0 1 0 Team 9 TOTALS 200 27-55 13-21 43 72

AKRON MIN. FG FT R PTS. Kara Murphy 24 1-5 2-2 4 4 Jolene Tamboue 16 2-5 2-2 3 6 K. Baumgartner 29 4-8 0-0 2 9 Ayla Guzzardo 25 3-8 2-2 3 9 Amber Witt 31 1-5 0-0 1 2 N. Williams 17 2-3 1-2 0 5 Taylor Ruper 8 0-2 0-0 0 0 Katie Bubna 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 J. Mushington 17 0-4 2-2 1 2 Rachel Tecca 28 5-12 2-2 7 12 Denver McLean 4 0-1 0-0 2 0 Team 2 TOTALS 200 18-53 11-12 25 49

EMU MIN. FG FT R PTS. Chenise Miller 21 1-7 2-2 2 4 Paige Redditt 20 0-2 0-2 3 0 Lindsey Mahone 19 1-3 0-0 1 2 Cassie Schrock 32 2-8 0-0 2 4 Tavelyn James 34 7-16 1-1 2 17 Raina Spencer 9 1-2 1-2 3 4 Tara Johnson 4 0-1 0-0 0 0 B. Simmons 3 0-1 0-0 0 0 A. Tretheway 2 0-1 0-0 0 0 Sydney Huntley 25 3-9 2-3 3 8 De’Ja Wills 9 0-2 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 Three-point Goals: Akron (0-6): Bowles (0-2), Kristin Thomas 4 India Hairston 16 3-5 1-2 1 7 Krivak (0-4). Northern Illinois (11-18): Boeding 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 (0-1), Knake (6-8), Smith (1-1), Secrest (4-8). Kayla Vantil Team 9 Halftime: Northern Illinois, 33-22. Att.: n/a TOTALS 200 18-57 7-12 32 46

BGSU MIN. FG FT R PTS. L. Prochaska 32 6-10 3-4 5 17 Jen Uhl 15 3-6 0-0 5 8 Tara Breske 23 6-11 1-1 3 13 Tamika Nurse 32 3-5 2-2 2 9 Tracy Pontius 27 2-7 6-6 0 12 M. Hennegan 18 1-6 1-2 9 4 J. Tamerland 2 0-1 0-0 1 0 Jessica Slagle 8 0-0 0-0 0 0 Chelsea Albert 2 0-0 0-0 1 0 A. Papenfuss 5 1-1 2-3 1 4 Chrissy Steffen 16 3-4 3-4 5 10 Simone Eli 2 0-1 0-0 0 0 Sarah Clapper 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Laura Bugher 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 Kelly Zuercher 15 2-2 0-0 2 4 Team 6 TOTALS 200 27-54 18-22 40 81

AKRON Cheryl Bowles Erica Carnafa Jamie Krivak Jamie Scott Julie McDivitt C. Martin Katrina Carter Sierra Cooper K. Larson A. Croston TOTALS

MIN. FG FT R PTS. 35 5-12 5-5 7 15 34 2-5 0-0 1 4 32 0-10 3-4 2 3 30 5-12 1-2 10 11 23 0-2 2-2 2 2 14 2-5 0-0 1 4 10 0-1 0-0 2 0 12 1-2 0-0 0 2 7 0-0 2-2 3 2 3 0-1 0-0 1 0 200 15-50 17-19 33 47

NIU MIN. FG FT J. Youngblood 22 4-7 0-0 Kim Boeding 29 4-10 0-0 M. Johnson 26 0-6 2-2 Kristan Knake 26 8-13 1-2 Monique Davis 30 0-1 0-0 B. Kovacevic 2 0-2 0-0 Jessica Shattuck 13 3-3 0-0 S. Smith 12 1-2 0-0 M. Adams 19 2-4 3-3 Lindsay Secrest 18 4-9 0-0 TOTALS 200 26-58 6-7

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Three-point Goals: Akron (5-10): Murphy (0-1), Tamboue (0-1), Guzzardo (3-5), Ruper (2-3). EMU (3-12): Schrock (0-1), James (2-6), Spencer (1-2), Huntley (0-2), Wills (0-1). Halftime: Akron, 38-28. Att.: 1,839

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AKRON MIN. FG FT R PTS. Kara Murphy 35 4-9 4-4 5 14 Rachel Tecca 29 1-2 3-4 11 5 Carly Young 16 2-5 2-4 3 7 Natasha Williams 34 3-8 0-0 1 6 Taylor Ruper 17 4-8 0-0 3 12 Kacie Cassell 6 0-1 0-0 3 12 Hanna Luburgh 5 0-1 0-0 0 0 Ti’eshia Stubbs 10 1-2 0-2 0 2 Katie Bubna 0+ 0-0 0-0 0 0 J. Mushington 23 4-9 6-8 3 14 Sina King 24 1-5 2-2 2 4 Denver McLean 1 0-0 1-2 1 1 Team 6 TOTALS 200 20-50 18-26 35 65

AKRON MIN. FG FT R PTS. Sina King 33 7-14 3-4 7 19 Rachel Tecca 27 6-19 1-2 9 13 Taylor Ruper 30 1-2 1-1 2 4 Hanna Luburgh 40 7-18 5-6 8 22 Kacie Cassell 40 5-8 2-2 3 12 Carly Young 21 4-10 1-1 5 10 Anita Brown 9 1-2 1-1 1 3 Team 5 TOTALS 200 31-73 14-17 40 83

Three-point Goals: Akron (7-20): King (2-4), Ruper (1-2), Luburgh (3-7), Cassell (0-1), Young (1-6)). Buffalo (7-17): Sharkey (0-2), Loesing (1-2), Gupilan (2-6), Hopkins (0-1), Walton (2-3), Thornton (1-1), Moss (1-2). Halftime: Akron, 48-36. Att.: 1,647.

AKRON MIN. FG FT R PTS. Rachel Tecca 25 1-5 4-6 7 6 Sina King 35 3-9 4-4 6 11 Kacie Cassell 38 1-4 3-4 6 6 Hanna Luburgh 40 11-23 8-8 12 33 Taylor Ruper 38 4-7 0-0 2 12 Megan Barilla 2 0-0 0-0 1 0 Anita Brown 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 Katie Nunan 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 Carly Young 18 0-3 2-2 6 2 Team 3 TOTALS 200 20-51 21-24 43 70 BALL STATE MIN. FG FT R PTS. Shelbie Justice 38 2-9 5-6 3 10 Nathalie Fontaine 36 6-13 3-3 6 15 Katie Murphy 28 2-9 0-0 8 4 Brandy Woody 40 2-13 1-2 9 6 Brittany Carter 25 7-15 0-0 4 18 Shanee’ Jackson 16 2-6 4-6 2 8 Lyzz Smith 17 0-2 0-0 0 0 Team 5 TOTALS 200 21-67 13-17 37 61 Three-point Goals: Akron (9-28): King (1-2), Cassell (1-3), Luburgh (3-13), Ruper (4-7), Young (0-3). Ball State (6-22): Justice (1-5), Fontaine (0-1), Woody (1-6), Carter (4-6), Jackson (0-2), Smith (0-2). Halftime: Akron, 40-29 Att: 2,127.

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Three-point Goals: Akron (6-17): King (1-2), Young (2-4), Ruper (0-3), Luburgh (2-6), Cassell (1-1), Stubbs (0-1). NIU (5-14): Thorp (1-1), Johnson (0-2), Corral (3-5), Shelton (1-5), Taylor (0-1). Halftime: NIU 27-23. Att: 612.

MARCH 16, 2013 • AKRON VS. CENTRAL MICHIGAN QUICKEN LOANS ARENA, CLEVELAND, OHIO, 1:00 P.M. CENTRAL MICH. 86, AKRON 68 AKRON MIN. FG FT R PTS. Rachel Tecca 23 4-12 3-3 6 11 Sina King 34 5-12 2-2 12 13 Taylor Ruper 36 4-9 0-0 1 11 Kacie Cassell 37 1-5 0-0 3 2 Hanna Luburgh 38 7-15 4-4 7 19 Carly Young 25 4-9 0-0 3 10 Katie Nunan 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 DiAndra Gibson 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Anita Brown 1 0-0 0-0 1 0 Cari Guyton 1 0-0 2-2 0 2 Megan Barilla 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 Team 3 TOTALS 200 25-62 11-11 36 68 CENTRAL MICH. MIN. FG FT R PTS. Jessica Schroll 33 6-12 2-3 7 14 Taylor Johnson 23 6-12 1-1 7 13 Crystal Bradford 22 6-14 0-0 10 13 Brandie Baker 35 6-17 2-2 6 14 Niki DiGuilio 36 4-8 0-0 2 12 Jalisa Olive 19 4-6 3-4 0 14 Jordan LaDuke 5 0-0 0-0 0 0 Da’Jourie Turner 1 0-2 0-0 1 0 Jas’Mine Bracey 22 3-5 0-0 7 6 Chelsea Lynn 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Kerby Tamm 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Kylie Welch 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 Team 3 TOTALS 200 35-76 8-10 43 86 Three-point Goals: Akron (7-19): King (1-2), Ruper (3-7), Cassell (0-1), Luburgh (1-5), Young (2-4). Central Mich. (3-18): Schroll (0-1), Johnson (0-4), Bradford (1-4), Baker (0-2), DiGuilio (4-7), Olive (3-5). Halftime: Central Mich., 39-35. Att.: 2,221.

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BUFFALO MIN. FG FT R PTS. Christa Baccas 29 6-9 0-0 9 12 Kristen Sharkey 28 12-19 2-3 7 26 Mackenzie Loesing 18 2-4 0-2 1 5 Margeaux Gupilan 38 5-10 2-2 6 14 Nicki Hopkins 12 0-1 0-0 0 0 Sloane Walton 23 2-3 0-0 4 6 Cherridy Thornton 23 4-10 0-0 2 9 Karin Moss 27 3-7 0-0 3 7 Kasheema Besley 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 Team 3 TOTALS 200 34-64 4-7 35 79

MARCH 15, 2013 • AKRON VS. BALL STATE QUICKEN LOANS ARENA, CLEVELAND, OHIO, 2:30 P.M. AKRON 70, BALL STATE 61

NIU MIN. FG Jenna Thorp 32 3-5 Kim Davis 35 4-12 Alicia Johnson 18 0-3 Amanda Corral 37 4-9 Courtney Shelton 40 5-15 Satavia Taylor 23 6-14 Natecia Augusta 11 1-2

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Three-point Goals: Akron (7-21): Murphy (2-4), Young (1-2), Williams (0-3), Ruper (4-8), Luburgh (0-1), King (0-3). Toledo (3-18): Goodall (1-7), Shafir (0-3), Dortch (0-1), Williams (1-3), Ingersoll (1-2), Linn (0-2). Halftime: Tied, 32-32. Att: 2,339.

AKRON MIN. FG FT Sina King 30 2-9 1-2 Carly Young 23 3-6 2-2 Taylor Ruper 26 0-3 0-0 Hanna Luburgh 30 3-14 2-2 Kacie Cassell 26 2-4 0-1 Ti’eshia Stubbs 24 1-7 8-10 J. Mushington 24 8-17 1-1 Denver McLean 3 0-0 0-0 N. Williams 14 1-2 0-0 Team TOTALS 200 20-62 14-18

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TOLEDO MIN. FG FT R PTS. Melissa Goodall 34 3-13 6-7 9 13 Lecretia Smith 20 3-3 0-2 6 6 Naama Shafir 31 8-16 12-16 4 28 Andola Dortch 35 3-8 2-2 3 8 Jessica Williams 28 1-3 2-2 2 5 Courtney Ingersoll 15 1-2 0-0 2 3 J. Reed-Lewis 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Y. Richardson 25 5-10 0-1 9 10 Haylie Linn 11 0-2 0-0 1 0 Team 2 TOTALS 200 24-57 22-30 38 73

MARCH 7, 2012 • AKRON VS. NORTHERN ILL. QUICKEN LOANS ARENA, CLEVELAND, OHIO 2:30 P.M. NORTHERN ILL. 61, AKRON 60

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MARCH 9, 2011 • AKRON VS. TOLEDO QUICKEN LOANS ARENA, CLEVELAND, OHIO, 5:00 P.M. TOLEDO 73, AKRON 65


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1974-75

Record: 10-4 • Head Coach: Mary Ann Tripodi Jan. 18 Kent-Tuscarawas 59-24 W Jan. 22 at Baldwin-Wallace 79-26 W Jan. 25 at Malone 54-38 W Jan. 30 at Case Western Reserve 51-16 W Feb. 1 Lorain CC 57-40 W Feb. 5 Mount Union 62-32 W N/A Wooser 52-41 W Feb. 12 at Youngstown State 65-68 L Feb. 13 at Kent 85-67 W Feb. 20 Ashland 59-72 L Feb. 22 Toledo 45-50 L OAISW STATE TOURNAMENT AT OHIO NORTHERN-# Feb. 27 # Findlay 55-28 W Feb. 28 # Mount Saint Joseph 44-43 W March 1 # Ashland 40-82 L

1975-76

Record: 10-6 • Head Coach: Mary Ann Tripodi Jan. 17 at Kent-Tuscarawas 75-52 W Jan. 21 Oberlin 56-31 W Jan. 24 at Ohio Northern 56-61 L Jan. 27 Cleveland State 48-61 L Jan. 31 at Toledo 56-44 W Feb. 4 at Lorain CC 59-76 W Feb. 7 Malone 54-46 W Feb. 1 Wooster 60-55 W Feb. 14 Kent 73-67 W Feb. 19 at  Ashland 57-88 L Feb. 21 Youngstown State 75-65 W Feb. 24 at Ohio State 40-51 L Feb. 28 Slippery Rock 58-95 L OAISW STATE TOURNAMENT AT CEDARVILLE-# Mar, 4 # Capital 53-49 W Mar. 5 # Wittenberg 60-55 W Mar. 6 # Cincinnati 64-74 L

1976-77

Record: 2-11 • Head Coach: Mary Ann Tripodi Jan. 22 Ohio Northern 60-67 L Jan. 25 at Cleveland State 50-63 L Feb. 1 at Malone 58-73 L Feb. 3 Youngstown State 43-81 L Feb. 5 Ohio 40-74 L Feb. 9 Wooster 55-67 L Feb. 12 Toledo 59-53 W Feb. 14 at Capital 44-60 L Feb. 16 Ashland 37-65 L Feb. 19 at Kent 49-65 L Feb. 22 Ohio State 33-105 L OAISW STATE TOURNAMENT AT DAYTON—# Mar. 10 # Cleveland State 69-62 W Mar. 11 # Ohio State 40-96 L

1977-78

Record: 5-12 • Head Coach: Mary Ann Tripodi Dec. 16 Defiance 50-56 L Dec. 21 at Toledo 50-64 L Jan. 17 John Carroll 68-79 L Jan. 24 Cleveland State 49-71 L Jan. 26 Kent 46-66 L Jan. 31 Malone 68-62 W Feb. 2 at Wooster 63-75 L Feb. 4 at Cedarville 49-77 L Feb. 7 Edinboro 62-103 L Feb. 9 at Wittenberg 74-53 W Feb. 11 at Wright State 47-42 W Feb. 15 at Youngstown State 42-56 L Feb. 18 Capital 60-42 W Feb. 21 at Oberlin 83-45 W Feb. 24 Cincinnati 50-60 L Feb. 25 at Ohio 49-60 L Mar. 2 at Ashland 52-77 L

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1978-79

Record: 6-20 • Head Coach: Mary Ann Tripodi Dec. 5 at John Carroll (OT) 93-94 L Dec. 9 at Cincinnati 40-68 L Dec. 13 Gannon 44-70 L Dec. 15 at Defiance 38-67 L Dec. 20 Toledo 66-32 W KENT STATE HOLIDAY CLASSIC, KENT, OHIO-# Dec. 27 # Youngstown State 52-96 L Dec. 28 # Cleveland State 62-57 W Jan. 6 Wright State 56-65 L Jan. 10 Ashland 67-56 W Jan. 12 at Dayton 26-110 L Jan. 13 at Mount Saint Joseph 72-74 L Jan. 17 at Rio Grande 69-82 L Jan. 20 Ohio Northern 62-74 L Jan. 23 at Cleveland State 48-83 L Jan. 25 Mount Union 71-35 W Jan. 27 at Malone 56-62 L Feb. 1 Wooster 63-50 W Feb. 3 Cedarville 56-61 L Feb. 7 Kent 37-88 L Feb. 10 Bowling Green 47-57 L Feb. 13 Youngstown State 43-71 L Feb. 17 Ohio 45-59 L Feb. 22 at Edinboro 53-78 L Feb. 24 at Capital 73-39 W OAISW STATE TOURNAMENT AT AKRON-& Mar. 1 & Youngstown State 43-67 L Mar. 2 & Cincinnati 41-67 L

1979-80

Record: 15-13 • Head Coach: Mary Ann Tripodi Dec. 1 at Central State 54-53 W Dec. 4 John Carroll 76-56 W Dec. 8 at Toledo 60-87 L Dec. 10 at Gannon 69-85 L Dec. 15 Defiance 84-76 W Dec. 18 Kent 62-74 L Dec. 21 Xavier 65-58 W KENT STATE HOLIDAY CLASSIC, KENT, OHIO-# Dec. 28 # Kent 45-53 L Dec. 29 # Cleveland State 65-63 W Jan. 5 Cincinnati 40-64 L Jan. 12 Mount Saint Joseph 54-59 L Jan. 15 Cleveland State 53-59 L Jan. 18 at Bowling Green 48-66 L Jan. 19 at Ohio Northern 61-65 L Jan. 22 at Ashland 63-58 W Jan. 26 Capital 65-52 W Jan. 29 Malone 81-63 W Feb. 1 at Wright State 61-86 L Feb. 2 at Cedarville 82-63 W Feb. 4 at Mount Union 66-53 W Feb. 6 at Youngstown State 58-76 L Feb. 8 Rio Grande 78-73 W Feb. 12 at Wooster 60-43 W Feb. 16 at Ohio 81-70 W Feb. 22 Central State 50-54 L OAISW DIVISION II STATE TOURNAMENT AT XAVIER-& Feb. 29 & Central State 80-75 W Mar. 1 & Dayton 59-99 L Mar. 2 & Mount Saint Joseph 88-85 W

1980-81

Record: 17-14 • Head Coach: Mary Ann Tripodi KENT STATE HOLIDAY CLASSIC, KENT, OHIO-# Nov. 28 # Eastern Kentucky 56-90 L Nov. 29 # Cleveland State 69-85 L Dec. 2 at John Carroll 78-39 W Dec. 5 Central State 70-61 W Dec. 9 Gannon 64-66 L Dec. 12 at Defiance 60-78 L Dec. 13 Wright State 77-61 W Dec. 16 Youngstown State 61-93 L Dec. 19 Toledo 70-69 W Dec. 20 at Kent 45-93 L Jan. 3 at Cincinnati 79-90 L Jan. 9 at Xavier 67-59 W Jan. 10 at Mount Saint Joseph 93-76 W Jan. 13 at Rio Grande 97-72 W Jan. 16 Bowling Green 64-72 L Jan. 17 Ohio Northern 67-72 L Jan. 20 at Cleveland State 55-69 L Jan. 24 Cedarville 85-54 W Jan. 27 at Malone 74-63 W Jan. 30 at California (Pa.) 85-67 W Feb. 6 at Allegheny 109-37 W Feb. 7 at Clarion 84-72 W Feb. 10 Wooster 62-58 W Feb. 14 Ohio 64-59 W Feb. 19 Ashland 72-61 W Feb. 21 at Central State 63-66 L Feb. 27 Davis & Elkins 61-62 L Feb. 28 Robert Morris 50-59 L OAISW DIVISION II STATE TOURNAMENT AT DAYTON-& Mar. 5 & Central State 79-77 W Mar. 6 & Wright State 83-89 L Mar. 7 & Xavier (OT) 83-80 W

1981-82

Record: 11-18 • Head Coach: Darlene Young KENT STATE HOLIDAY CLASSIC, KENT, OHIO-# Nov. 27 # Youngstown State 47-70 L Nov. 29 # Cleveland State 69-94 L Dec. 2 John Carroll 85-31 W Dec. 5 at Miami (Ohio) 60-84 L Dec. 8 at Gannon 65-68 L Dec. 12 at Wright State (OT) 70-69 W Dec. 17 Youngstown State 72-64 W Dec. 19 Cleveland State 44-77 L Jan. 2 at Ohio 39-77 L Jan. 5 Morehead State 44-70 L Jan. 8 Mount Saint Joseph 84-48 W Jan. 9 Xavier 68-64 W Jan. 15 at Bowling Green 50-84 L Jan. 16 at Ohio Northern 85-74 W Jan. 20 Kent 44-65 L Jan. 23 at Cedarville 76-56 W Jan. 26 Malone 83-76 W Jan. 29 at Slippery Rock 62-66 L Jan. 30 at Pittsburgh-Johnstown 49-73 L Feb. 5 Rio Grande 54-56 L Feb. 6 Defiance 72-62 W Feb. 9 Edinboro 57-58 L Feb. 12 at Eastern Michigan 44-76 L Feb. 13 at Toledo 53-67 L Feb. 18 at Ashland 62-84 L Feb. 20 Central State 64-56 W Feb. 27 at Robert Morris 62-71 L OAISW DIVISION II STATE TOURNAMENT- AT AKRON-& Mar. 4 & Central State 48-54 L Mar. 5 & Wright State 68-65 W


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1985-86

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Record: 12-15 (6-8 OVC) • Head Coach: John Street Nov. 23 at West Virginia 74-79 L Nov. 26 Robert Morris 56-67 L KENT STATE HOLIDAY CLASSIC, KENT, OHIO-# Nov. 29 # Youngstown State 72-75 L Nov. 30 # Robert Morris 62-63 L Dec. 4 at Kent 61-76 L Dec. 10 at Saint Francis (Pa.) 84-65 W Dec. 13 at Albion 66-47 W Dec. 15 at Michigan State 65-72 L Dec. 21 Wayne State 70-57 W Dec. 30 Bowling Green 63-65 L Jan. 4 *at Youngstown State 83-77 W Jan. 7 Xavier 82-63 W Jan. 11 *Eastern Kentucky 75-71 W Jan. 13 *Morehead State 61-60 W Jan. 18 *Austin Peay 65-77 L Jan. 20 *at Murray State 53-72 L Jan. 25 *at Tennessee Tech 72-100 L Jan. 27 *at Middle Tennessee 58-76 L Feb. 1 *Youngstown State 67-57 W Feb. 3 *at Clarion 61-54 W Feb. 8 *Middle Tennessee 47-79 L Feb. 10 *Tennessee Tech 48-80 L Feb. 15 *at Morehead State 52-61 L Feb. 17 *at Eastern Kentucky 77-76 W Feb. 22 *Murray State 54-65 L Feb. 24 *Austin Peay 66-57 W Feb. 27 Cleveland State 73-71 W * indicates Ohio Valley Conference game

1987-88

Record: 12-15 (Ind.) • Head Coach: John Street LADY JAYHAWK CLASSIC, LAWRENCE, KAN.-# Nov. 27 # Arkansas 62-70 L Nov. 28 # Mississippi Valley State 57-59 L LADY DEACON INVITATIONAL, WINSTONSALEM, N.C.-& Dec. 4 & William and Mary 70-60 W Dec. 5 & Wake Forest 56-84 L Dec. 7 at West Virginia 70-84 L LADY HERD CLASSIC, HUNTINGTON, W.VA.—! Dec. 12 ! Georgia Southern 61-85 L Dec. 13 ! Western Carolina 63-74 L Dec. 18 Chicago State 65-35 W Dec. 20 Bowling Green (2OT) 78-80 L Dec. 30 at Ohio 65-61 W Jan. 6 at Oral Roberts 65-79 L Jan. 9 at Youngstown State 63-74 L Jan. 11 at Butler 71-77 L Jan. 13 at Evansville 60-73 L Jan. 17 Eastern Michigan 79-57 W Jan. 20 Cleveland State 57-50 W Jan. 26 at Kent 76-72 W Jan. 30 Charleston 75-57 W Feb. 3 UW-Green Bay 53-38 W Feb. 6 Youngstown State 57-78 L Feb. 8 at UW-Green Bay 58-61 L Feb. 13 Ashland 65-48 W Feb. 15 at Toledo 62-73 L Feb. 17 at Saint Francis (Pa.) 72-60 W Feb. 20 Canisius 80-41 W Feb. 24 Robert Morris 65-59 W Feb. 27 at Wright State 64-69 L

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Record: 5-21 (1-13 OVC) • Head Coach: John Street KENT STATE HOLIDAY CLASSIC, KENT, OHIO-# Nov. 25 # Kent 50-60 L Nov. 27 # Youngstown State 56-74 L Nov. 30 at West Virginia 52-80 L Dec. 3 Malone (OT) 82-71 W Dec. 7 Hiram 100-47 W Dec. 9 Edinboro 77-63 W Dec. 10 Central State 88-77 W DOMINO’S CLASSIC, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN-& Dec. 29 & Michigan 58-99 L Dec. 30 & Oakland 58-83 L Jan. 4 at DePaul 45-68 L Jan. 7 *at Youngstown State 68-70 L Jan. 12 *Murray State 71-70 W Jan. 14 *Austin Peay 68-74 L Jan. 19 *at Tennessee Tech 57-71 L Jan. 21 *at Middle Tennessee 48-89 L Jan. 26 *Eastern Kentucky 48-66 L Jan. 28 *Morehead State 39-62 L Feb. 4 *Youngstown State 65-81 L Feb. 9 *at Eastern Kentucky 50-71 L Feb. 11 *at Morehead State 51-65 L Feb. 16 *at Murray State 63-70 L Feb. 18 *at Austin Peay 67-79 L Feb. 23 *Tennessee Tech 65-69 L Feb. 25 *Middle Tennessee 54-78 L Feb. 28 Xavier 76-88 L Mar. 1 Cleveland State 51-59 L * indicates Ohio Valley Conference game

1986-87

Record: 14-13 (7-7 OVC) • Head Coach: John Street Nov. 29 at Miami (Ohio) 75-68 W Dec. 1 West Virginia 53-63 L Dec. 6 Evansville 62-64 L Dec. 9 Saint Francis (Pa.) 73-49 W Dec. 13 Kent 59-61 L Dec. 17 at Ball State 64-56 W Dec. 20 Toledo 52-59 L Dec. 22 at Robert Morris 69-66 W Dec. 28 at Xavier 63-62 W Jan. 3 *Youngstown State 63-59 W Jan. 5 at Bowling Green 63-82 L Jan. 10 *at Eastern Kentucky 91-70 W Jan. 12 *at Morehead State 67-61 W Jan. 15 Michigan State 49-91 L Jan. 17 *Austin Peay 75-43 W Jan. 19 *Murray State 58-59 L Jan. 24 *Tennessee Tech 64-70 L Jan. 26 *Middle Tennessee 57-74 W Jan. 31 *at Youngstown State 70-72 L Feb. 3 at Wayne State 77-49 W Feb. 7 * at Middle Tennessee 57-96 L Feb. 9 * at Tennessee Tech 57-78 L Feb. 14 * Morehead State 68-72 L Feb. 16 * Eastern Kentucky 65-62 W Feb. 21 * at Murray State 67-58 W Feb. 23 * at Austin Peay 70-59 W Feb. 26 at Cleveland State 65-44 W * indicates Ohio Valley Conference game

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1983-84

Record: 9-18 (1-13 OVC) • Head Coach: John Street KENT STATE HOLIDAY CLASSIC, KENT, OHIO-# Nov. 23 # Cleveland State 61-56 W Nov. 24 # Youngstown State 59-63 L Nov. 28 West Virginia 57-62 L Dec. 1 at Xavier 93-67 W Dec. 5 at Toledo 53-62 L Dec. 8 Clarion 90-47 W Dec. 12 at Bowling Green 55-68 L Dec. 15 Duquesne 62-67 L Dec. 22 Kent State 71-61 W ROBERT MORRIS INVITATIONAL, PITTSBURGH, PA.-& Dec. 28 & Monmouth 48-46 W Dec. 29 & Robert Morris 61-56 W Jan. 5 *Youngstown State 60-76 L Jan. 9 Saint Francis (Pa.) 60-48 W Jan. 12 *at Murray State 65-73 L Jan. 14 * at Austin Peay 69-81 L Jan. 19 *Tennessee Tech 57-62 L Jan. 21 *Middle Tennessee 48-68 L Jan. 26 *at Eastern Kentucky 63-71 L Jan. 28 *at Morehead State 39-53 L Feb. 2 *at Youngstown State 72-96 L Feb. 9 *Eastern Kentucky 54-71 L Feb. 11 *Morehead State 43-48 L Feb. 16 *Murray State 56-72 L Feb. 18 *Austin Peay 65-63 W Feb. 23 * at Tennessee Tech 61-99 L Feb. 25 * at Middle Tennessee 45-108 L Feb. 28 at Cleveland State 81-76 W * indicates Ohio Valley Conference game

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Record: 13-13 • Head Coach: John Street LADY FLASH HOLIDAY CLASSIC, KENT, OHIO-# Nov. 26 # Cleveland State 55-85 L Nov. 28 # Youngstown State 71-57 W Dec. 1 Gannon 80-62 W PITTSBURGH TOURNAMENT, PITTSBURGH, PA.-& Dec. 4 & Pittsburgh 63-72 L Dec. 5 & Carlow 108-41 W Dec. 1 0 at Northern Kentucky (OT) 84-89 L Dec. 1 1 at Central State 69-72 L Dec. 16 Ohio 80-75 W Dec. 18 Central Michigan 63-64 L Dec. 29 at Detroit 66-79 L Dec. 30 at Wayne State 84-70 W MOUNTAIN CLASSIC, FARMVILLE, VA.—! Jan. 7 ! Mercyhurst 71-72 L Jan. 8 ! Lock Haven 95-74 W Jan. 9 ! Longwood 64-42 W Jan. 12 at Cleveland State 52-84 L Jan. 15 Ohio Northern 80-57 W Jan. 21 at Charleston 79-82 L Jan. 22 at Morehead State 61-66 L Jan. 26 at Malone 61-75 L Feb. 1 at Edinboro 74-54 W Feb. 4 at Xavier 78-84 L Feb. 11 Robert Morris 61-60 W Feb. 12 Pittsburgh-Johnstown 65-69 L Feb. 17 Ashland 74-52 W Feb. 19 Wright State 73-69 W Feb. 26 Youngstown State 82-68 W

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Record: 14-15 (6-8 NSC) • Head Coach: John Street Nov. 26 Miami 41-62 L Nov. 30 at Bowling Green 60-88 L Dec. 7 at Robert Morris 80-70 W Dec. 10 West Virginia 74-65 W Dec. 16 Wright State 49-41 W Dec. 17 Toledo 47-59 L Dec. 30 Ohio 55-50 W Jan. 4 Niagara 72-54 W Jan. 7 Youngstown State 71-58 W Jan. 10 at Canisius 63-67 L Jan. 13 *Northern Illinois 46-79 L Jan. 15 *Valparaiso 60-47 W Jan. 19 *at Marquette 72-74 L Jan. 21 *at UW-Green Bay 39-49 L Jan. 25 *Cleveland State 58-63 L Jan. 28 Youngstown State 62-79 L Feb. 3 *DePaul 69-72 L Feb. 5 *Illinois-Chicago 77-62 W N/A at Niagara 81-71 W Feb. 10 *at Northern Illinois 54-88 L Feb. 12 *at Valparaiso 70-52 W Feb. 16 *Marquette 80-69 W N/A *UW-Green Bay 67-64 W Feb. 18 *at Cleveland State (OT) 63-71 L Mar. 1 at Chicago State 56-61 L Mar. 3 *at DePaul 59-85 L Mar. 5 *at Illinois-Chicago 69-57 W NORTH STAR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT AT DEPAUL-# March 9 # Marquette 73-60 W March 10 # Northern Illinois 64-71 L * indicates North Star Conference game

1989-90

Record: 10-17 (4-8 NSC) • Head Coach: Lisa Fitch Nov. 25 Bowling Green 70-95 L Nov. 29 Kent 81-86 L Dec. 3 at Michigan 61-76 L Dec. 6 Central Michigan 72-59 W Dec. 9 at Toledo 56-90 L Dec. 13 at Wright State 55-54 W Dec. 19 at West Virginia 58-91 L Jan. 2 American 84-60 W Jan. 6 at Youngstown State 69-88 L Jan. 8 Niagara 76-73 W Jan. 11 *at Northern Illinois 78-108 L Jan. 13 *at Valparaiso 82-74 W Jan. 17 Detroit 74-62 W Jan. 20 *UW-Green Bay 64-77 L Jan. 23 *at Cleveland State 67-70 L Jan. 27 Canisius 66-88 L Jan. 30 Robert Morris 67-54 W Feb. 2 *at DePaul 45-97 L Feb. 4 *at Illinois-Chicago 68-62 W Feb. 9 *Northern Illinois 91-112 L Feb. 11 *Valparaiso 67-76 L Feb. 16 *at UW-Green Bay 50-71 L Feb. 21 *Cleveland State 70-64 W Feb. 27 Youngstown State 59-61 L Mar. 2 *Illinois-Chicago 70-60 W Mar. 4 *DePaul 66-70 L NORTH STAR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT AT NORTHERN ILL.-# March 8 # Valparaiso 80-81 L * indicates North Star Conference game

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Record: 3-25 (2-12 NSC) • Head Coach: Lisa Fitch Nov. 24 at Detroit 68-85 L Nov. 27 at Kent 76-88 L Nov. 29 Toledo 56-86 L Dec. 4 Robert Morris 66-65 W TENNESSEE TECH TOURNAMENT AT COOKEVILLE, TENN.-# Dec. 7 # Ohio 63-82 L Dec. 8 # New Hampshire 67-79 L Dec. 11 at Ohio State 50-92 L Dec. 15 at Bowling Green 54-89 L Dec. 19 at Youngstown State 43-65 L Dec. 29 at Central Michigan 50-76 L Jan. 2 at American 42-64 L Jan. 5 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 59-68 L Jan. 10 *UW-Green Bay 56-73 L Jan. 12 *Northern Illinois 51-78 L Jan. 18 *at Illinois-Chicago 58-77 L Jan. 20 *at DePaul 63-89 L Jan. 22 at Niagara 73-83 L Jan. 25 *Wright State 59-54 W Jan. 27 *Valparaiso 84-94 L Jan. 30 *at Cleveland State 68-65 W Feb. 7 *at UW-Green Bay 54-70 L Feb. 9 *at Northern Illinois 62-79 L Feb. 15 *Illinois-Chicago 74-82 L Feb. 17 *DePaul 61-69 L Feb. 21 *Wright State 65-75 L Feb. 23 *at Valparaiso 67-110 L Feb. 27 *Cleveland State (OT) 71-78 L NORTH STAR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT AT UW-GREEN BAY-& March 7 & at UW-Green Bay 44-82 L * indicates North Star Conference game

1991-92

Record: 6-22 (3-9 NSC) • Head Coach: Lisa Fitch Nov. 22 Eastern Michigan 61-79 L Nov. 26 Kent 78-101 L Nov. 29 Marquette 66-112 L Dec. 3 at Robert Morris 68-86 L ST. BONAVENTURE TOURNAMENT, ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y.-# Dec. 6 # St. Bonaventure 59-75 L Dec. 7 # Columbia 56-50 W Dec. 14 at Toledo 57-102 L Dec. 17 Detroit 61-63 L Dec. 22 Bowling Green 64-80 L VIRGINIA TECH TOURNAMENT, BLACKSBURG, VA.-& Dec. 29 & Virginia Tech 60-78 L Dec. 30 & Austin Peay 53-75 L Jan. 4 Niagara 75-68 W Jan. 8 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee 71-75 L Jan. 11 *at UW-Green Bay 40-76 L Jan. 13 *at Northern Illinois 67-101 L Jan. 17 *Illinois-Chicago 90-71 W Jan. 21 Youngstown State 70-65 W Jan. 24 *Wright State 62-70 L Jan. 26 *at Valparaiso 77-107 L Jan. 30 *Cleveland State 56-94 L Feb. 2 at Buffalo 58-101 L Feb. 6 *UW-Green Bay 49-68 L Feb. 8 *Northern Illinois 75-72 W Feb. 13 *at Illinois-Chicago 36-76 L Feb. 22 *at Wright State 70-66 W Feb. 24 *Valparaiso 62-100 L Feb. 27 *at Cleveland State 77-98 L NORTH STAR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT AT NORTHERN ILL.-! Mar. 6 ! Valparaiso 65-82 L * indicates North Star Conference game

1992-93

Record: 4-22 (1-17 MAC) • Head Coach: Lisa Fitch Dec. 2 at Niagara 78-97 L Dec. 6 at American 45-54 L Dec. 11 Buffalo 70-60 W SOUTH FLORIDA TOURNAMENT, TAMPA, FLA.-# Dec. 18 # UNC-Greensboro 50-68 L Dec. 19 # Western Carolina 62-67 L Dec. 29 Austin Peay 65-63 W Jan. 2 at Youngstown State 64-71 L Jan. 6 *Bowling Green 48-84 L Jan. 9 *Miami 38-70 L Jan. 13 *at Eastern Michigan 65-54 W Jan. 16 *Western Michigan 61-63 L Jan. 20 *at Toledo 50-64 L Jan. 23 *Ohio 52-77 L Jan. 27 *at Kent 55-83 L Jan. 30 *Central Michigan 50-80 L Feb. 3 *at Ball State 47-66 L Feb. 6 *at Miami 58-77 L Feb. 10 *Eastern Michigan 60-67 L Feb. 13 *at Western Michigan 67-78 L Feb. 17 *Toledo 69-84 L Feb. 20 *at Ohio 61-70 L Feb. 24 *Kent 64-109 L Feb. 27 *at Central Michigan 64-78 L Mar. 1 Cincinnati (2OT) 87-85 W Mar. 3 *Ball State 47-50 L Mar. 6 *at Bowling Green 57-102 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game

1993-94 Record: 5-21 (3-15 MAC) • Head Coach: Mary Ann Grimes

Nov. 26 at Cincinnati 48-66 L Nov. 28 Niagara 58-66 L BUFFALO TOURNAMENT, BUFFALO, N.Y.-# Dec. 3 # Northeastern Illinois 66-71 L Dec. 4 # Eastern Michigan 77-63 W Dec. 8 at Valparaiso 76-81 L Dec. 11 at Austin Peay 71-83 L Dec. 19 Youngstown State 60-65 L Dec. 30 American 65-64 W Jan. 5 *at Eastern Michigan 81-66 W Jan. 8 *at Western Michigan 68-80 L Jan. 12 *Toledo 57-83 L Jan. 15 *at Ohio 52-65 L Jan. 19 *at Central Michigan 53-61 L Jan. 22 *Kent 66-100 L Jan. 26 *Ball State (OT) 85-83 W Jan. 29 *at Bowling Green 59-91 L Feb. 2 *Miami 60-76 L Feb. 5 *Western Michigan 54-74 L Feb. 9 *at Toledo 63-119 L Feb. 12 *Ohio 56-62 L Feb. 16 *at Kent 73-105 L Feb. 19 *Central Michigan (OT) 65-72 L Feb. 23 *at Ball State 63-69 L Feb. 26 *Bowling Green 53-103 L Mar. 2 *at Miami 43-64 L Mar. 5 *Eastern Michigan 69-62 W * indicates Mid-American Conference game


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1996-97

Record: 5-21 (2-16 MAC) • Head Coaches: Nov. 26 at Northeastern Illinois 62-66 L Mary Ann Grimes (1-3), Angel Donley (4-18) Dec. 1 Valparaiso 71-68 W Nov. 30 Robert Morris 97-73 W Dec. 4 Bucknell 55-52 W Dec. 3 at Youngstown State 58-87 L Dec. 10 at St. Francis (N.Y.) 69-72 L LIBERTY TOURNAMENT, LYNCHBURG, VA.-# Dec. 17 at Niagara 67-70 L Dec. 6 # Detroit 72-111 L Dec. 20 at Youngstown State 59-56 W Dec. 7 # at Liberty 90-96 L LOUISVILLE TOURNAMENT, LOUISVILLE, KY.-# CAROLINAS HOLIDAY BEACH CLASSIC CONWAY, Dec. 29 # Sam Houston 52-57 L S.C.-& Dec. 30 # Buffalo 71-68 W Dec. 18 & Alabama 44-89 L Jan. 4 *Central Michigan 81-66 W Dec. 19 & Furman 51-77 L Jan. 7 *at Eastern Michigan 70-68 W Dec. 20 & at Coastal Carolina 87-82 W Jan. 11 *at Ball State 88-78 W Dec. 30 St. Francis (Pa.) 74-69 W Jan. 14 *Miami 60-82 L Jan. 4 *Miami 69-73 L Jan. 18 *at Kent 83-99 L Jan. 8 *at Toledo 73-102 L Jan. 21 *Ohio 68-74 L Jan. 11 *Ohio 79-85 L Jan. 25 *at Toledo 63-77 L Jan. 13 *at Bowling Green 75-94 L Jan. 28 *at Bowling Green 83-97 L Jan. 15 *Western Michigan 68-73 L Feb. 1 *Western Michigan 83-93 L Jan. 18 *at Ball State 63-80 L Feb. 4 *Eastern Michigan 79-66 W Jan. 22 *Central Michigan 86-66 W Feb. 8 *Ball State 72-75 L Jan. 25 *at Kent 58-104 L Feb. 11 *at Miami 73-92 L Jan. 29 *at Eastern Michigan 63-78 L Feb. 15 *Kent 70-86 L Feb. 1 *Toledo 81-92 L Feb. 18 *at Ohio 60-76 L Feb. 5 *at Ohio 74-89 L Feb. 22 *Toledo 74-96 L Feb. 8 *Bowling Green 54-58 L Feb. 25 *Bowling Green 58-71 L Feb. 10 *at Western Michigan 57-60 L Mar. 1 *at Western Michigan 68-86 L Feb. 15 *Ball State 67-74 L Mar. 4 *Central Michigan 80-71 W Feb. 24 *Kent 72-97 L MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT-& Feb. 26 *Eastern Michigan 73-64 W March 7 & at Ohio 51-76 L Mar. 1 *at Miami 64-83 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game * indicates Mid-American Conference game

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Record: 16-13 (10-6 MAC) • Head Coach: Roxanne Allen Nov. 13 at North Carolina 71-85 L Nov. 15 at South Florida 69-81 L IU FULL-O-PEP CLASSIC, BLOOMINGTON, IND.-# Nov. 21 # at Indiana (OT) 70-67 W Nov. 22 # vs. Saint Louis 79-70 W Nov. 28 at Youngstown State 77-84 L Dec. 5 *Toledo 63-73 L Dec. 8 at Cleveland State 73-66 W PIZZA HUT SHOCKER SHOOTOUT, WICHITA, KAN.-& Dec. 19 & at Wichita State 48-70 L Dec. 20 & vs. Eastern Illinois 81-61 W DIAMOND CLUB CLASSIC, BLACKSBURG, VA.-! Dec. 28 ! at Virginia Tech 59-80 L Dec. 29 ! vs. Campbell 70-60 W Jan. 2 *Western Michigan 59-57 W Jan. 6 *at Central Michigan 79-78 W Jan. 9 *at Buffalo 60-68 L Jan. 16 *Kent 67-62 W Jan. 20 *Northern Illinois 62-47 W Jan. 23 *at Ball State (2OT) 79-77 W Jan. 27 * at Bowling Green 66-89 L Jan. 30 *Ohio 76-63 W Feb. 3 *Marshall 78-64 W Feb. 6 *at Miami 79-62 W Feb. 10 *Central Michigan 75-52 W Feb. 13 *at Toledo 67-95 L Feb. 16 *at Eastern Michigan 71-99 L Feb. 20 *Buffalo 84-58 W Feb. 23 *at Western Michigan 76-93 L MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT-$ Feb. 26 $ Bowling Green 74-56 W 1995-96 1997-98 Record: 13-13 (7-11 MAC) • Head Coach: Mary Ann Grimes Record: 12-18 (8-10 MAC) • Head Coach: Roxanne Allen Feb. 28 $ vs. Toledo (SeaGate Centre) 65-86 L POSTSEASON WNIT-% Nov. 25 Northeastern Illinois 79-53 W Nov. 15 at Butler 58-74 L 65-76 L IDAHO STATE TOURNAMENT, BOISE, IDAHO-# Nov. 20 Wright State 64-47 W Mar.11 % at Michigan State Dec. 1 # Southern Utah 58-67 L Nov. 22 *at Marshall 72-57 W * indicates Mid-American Conference game Dec. 2 # Cal Poly-SLO 78-53 W Nov. 25 Youngstown State 58-73 L Dec. 6 Niagara 91-65 W COORS ROCKY MOUNTAIN INVITATIONAL, FORT 1999-00 Dec. 1 at Robert Morris 85-62 W COLLINS, COLO.-# Record: 11–17 (7-9 MAC) • Head Coach: Roxanne Allen ST. FRANCIS (PA.) TOURNAMENT, LORETTO, Nov. 28 # New Hampshire 64-59 W Nov. 23 Syracuse 76-85 L PA.-& Nov. 29 # at Colorado State 68-93 L PATRIOT THANKSGIVING CLASSIC, FAIRFAX, Dec. 30 & at St. Francis (Pa.) 67-62 W Dec. 3 at Robert Morris 89-65 W VA.-# Dec. 31 & Oral Roberts 77-60 W Dec. 6 at Alabama (#20) 53-94 L Nov. 26 # vs UAB 62-73 L Jan. 3 *Central Michigan 76-62 W Dec. 1 Cleveland State 80-102 L Nov.2 7 # vs Mount St. Mary’s 66-71 L Jan. 6 *at Eastern Michigan 73-65 W NORTHERN LIGHTS INVITATIONAL, Nov. 30 Youngstown State 64-70 L Jan. 10 *Ball State 64-62 W ANCHORAGE, ALASKA-& Dec. 5 Alabama 62-82 L Jan. 13 *at Miami 65-74 L Dec. 18 & Tennessee (#1) 63-98 L Dec. 11 Cleveland State 99-77 W Jan. 17 *Kent 63-91 L Dec. 19 & at Alaska-Anchorage 86-77 W Dec. 20 at Marist 54-55 L Jan. 20 *Ohio 95-83 W Dec. 20 & Manhattan 50-64 L Dec. 22 at Albany 81-55 W Jan. 24 *Toledo 70-77 L Dec. 28 *Ohio 76-67 W STATE FARM CLASSIC, RUSTON, LA.-% Jan. 27 *Bowling Green 66-86 L Jan. 3 *Ball State 76-51 W Dec. 28 % vs Southeast Louisiana 74-58 W Jan. 31 *at Western Michigan 61-85 L Jan. 5 *Northern Illinois 77-57 W Dec. 29 % at Louisiana Tech 61-88 L Feb. 3 *Eastern Michigan 85-75 W Jan. 8 *at Central Michigan 62-74 L Jan. 2 Niagara 83-79 W Feb. 7 *at Ball State 67-63 W Jan. 10 *at Western Michigan 69-74 L Jan. 4 *Miami 71-72 L Feb. 10 *Miami 61-68 L Jan. 14 *Miami 63-84 L Jan. 8 *at Kent State 60-86 L Feb. 14 *at Kent 67-82 L Jan. 17 *at Bowling Green 61-74 L Jan. 12 *Western Michigan 55-67 L Feb. 17 *at Ohio 63-79 L Jan. 24 *Kent 70-75 L Jan. 15 *at Eastern Michigan 72-53 W Feb. 21 *at Toledo 70-110 L Jan. 29 *Western Michigan 87-72 W Jan. 19 *at Toledo 53-62 L Feb. 24 *at Bowling Green (OT) 73-77 L Jan. 31 *Central Michigan 64-63 W Jan. 22 *Buffalo 58-70 L Feb. 28 *Western Michigan 70-77 L Feb. 5 *at Eastern Michigan 84-69 W Jan. 26 *at Bowling Green 72-94 L March 2 *at Central Michigan 77-67 W Feb. 7 *at Toledo 75-90 L Jan. 29 *at Marshall 60-53 W MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT-! Feb. 11 *Bowling Green (OT) 91-93 L Feb. 3 *Ohio 83-71 W Mar. 5 ! at Toledo 70-100 L Feb. 14 *at Miami 51-58 L Feb. 5 *at Miami 61-63 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game Feb. 18 *at Kent 47-95 L Feb. 9 *at Buffalo 65-58 W Feb. 23 *at Ohio 82-89 L Feb. 12 *Central Michigan 68-60 W Feb. 25 *Marshall 89-70 W Feb. 17 *Marshall 69-57 W MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT-! Feb. 20 *at Ball State 71-65 W Feb. 27 ! at Toledo 65-96 L Feb. 23 *Bowling Green 71-84 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game Feb. 25 *Kent State 49-72 L MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT-& Feb. 28 & at Buffalo 55-72 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game Record: 9-18 (5-13 MAC) • Head Coach: Mary Ann Grimes

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2000-01

Record: 6–23 (3-13 MAC) • Head Coach: Roxanne Allen Nov. 17 at UM- Eastern Shore 58-51 W Nov. 19 at Loyola (Md.) 46-60 L Nov. 26 at Niagara 61-81 L Nov. 29 at Youngstown State 61-89 L CARRIER CLASSIC, SYRACUSE, N.Y.-^ Dec. 1 ^ vs. South Carolina 55-77 L Dec. 3 ^ at Syracuse 47-83 L Dec. 5 Cleveland State 62-87 L HAWAI’I INVITATIONAL, HONOLULU, HAWAII-@ Dec. 8 @ vs. Wright State 71-63 W Dec. 10 @ at Hawai’i 54-67 L Dec. 19 at Ohio State 35-100 L Dec 22 Xavier 57-84 L Jan. 3 *at Bowling Green 65-84 L Jan. 6 *at Buffalo 61-75 L Jan. 10 *Miami 52-64 L Jan. 13 *at Kent State 37-69 L Jan. 20 *at Western Michigan 60-96 L Jan. 24 *Ball State 64-89 L Jan. 27 *Marshall 59-58 W Jan. 31 *Eastern Michigan 58-89 L Feb. 3 *at Ohio 60-65 L Feb. 6 *at Central Michigan 75-58 W Feb. 10 *Bowling Green 88-63 W Feb. 14 *at Marshall 60-70 L Feb. 17 *Buffalo 59-78 L Feb. 21 *Toledo 58-88 L Feb. 24 *at Miami 32-94 L Feb. 27 *Kent State 52-76 L MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT-# (GUND ARENA) Mar. 3 # at Buffalo 65-64 W Mar. 6 # vs. Northern Illinois 47-69 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game

2001-02

Record: 1–27 (0-16 MAC) • Head Coach: Roxanne Allen Nov. 16 Loyola (Md.) 57-69 L Nov. 19 at Xavier 44-90 L TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT SEMINOLE CLASSIC; TALLAHASSEE, FLA.-$ Nov. 24 $ vs. St. Joseph’s 52-85 L Nov. 25 $ vs. East Tennessee State 72-64 W Nov. 28 Youngstown State 47-70 L Dec 2 St. Peter’s 57-85 L Dec. 6 at Cleveland State 54-72 L Dec. 17 at Indiana State 45-84 L Dec. 21 Coll. of Charleston (OT) 54-59 L Dec. 23 Illinois-Chicago 50-60 L Dec. 28 Niagara 60-69 L Jan. 2 *at Ohio 56-75 L Jan. 5 *Buffalo 47-73 L Jan. 9 *Miami 67-103 L Jan. 14 *at Bowling Green 73-85 L Jan. 16 *at Eastern Michigan 40-89 L Jan. 19 *Western Michigan 69-77 L Jan. 22 *at Ball State 55-99 L Jan. 26 *at Buffalo 50-64 L Jan. 30 *Marshall (OT) 68-71 L Feb. 2 *Northern Illinois 42-63 L Feb. 6 *Central Michigan 56-76 L Feb. 9 *at Kent State 45-82 L Feb. 13 *Ohio 64-69 L Feb. 16 *at Toledo 56-84 L Feb. 23 *Kent State 74-97 L Feb. 26 *at Marshall 37-63 L MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT-# March 2 # at Miami 60-80 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game

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2002-03

Record: 2–26 (1-15 MAC) • Head Coach: Kelly Kennedy Nov. 22 Indiana State 59-87 L Nov. 24 at UIC 53-65 L RAZEWV.COM HOOPS BASH, MORGANTOWN, W. VA.-$ Nov. 29 $ vs. West Virginia 26-77 L Nov. 30 $ vs. Troy State 51-53 L Dec. 3 at Cleveland State 73-65 W Dec. 6 Maine 51-58 L Dec. 15 Florida State 46-75 L Dec. 20 Arizona State 46-82 L Dec. 22 at Youngstown State 59-68 L SAINT PETER’S HOLIDAY CLASSIC, JERSEY CITY, N.J.-% Dec. 29 vs. Saint Peter’s 49-72 L Dec. 30 vs. Bucknell 49-64 L Jan. 7 *at Miami 56-84 L Jan. 9 *Toledo 42-48 L Jan. 11 *at Central Michigan 68-80 L Jan. 15 *Marshall 59-49 W Jan. 18 *Eastern Michigan 42-62 L Jan. 22 *Kent State 66-78 L Jan. 25 *at Ohio 60-71 L Jan. 28 *Buffalo (OT) 45-48 L Feb. 1 *at Western Michigan 60-96 L Feb. 8 *Ball State 64-74 L Feb. 12 *at Kent State 40-62 L Feb. 15 *at Northern Illinois 42-45 L Feb. 22 *Bowling  Green 62-65 L Feb. 26 * at Buffalo 51-67 L Mar. 1 *at Marshall 52-72 L Mar. 4 *Ohio (OT) 60-65 L MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT-# Mar. 8 # at Western Michigan 60-101 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game

2004-05

Record: 3-25 (3-13 MAC) • Head Coach: Kelly Kennedy Nov. 21 Dayton 56-66 L Nov. 21 at Robert Morris 58-75 L JUNKANOO JAM, GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND-$ Nov. 26 $ vs. Oklahoma 40-88 L Nov. 27 $ vs. Florida 38-77 L Dec. 2 at IPFW 68-77 L Dec. 5 at Youngstown State 48-61 L Dec. 7 at Cleveland State 74-77 L Dec. 12 Oakland 62-79 L Dec. 14 Wright State 49-55 L Dec. 18 at Xavier 54-70 L Dec. 29 Bucknell 47-48 L Jan. 5 *Eastern Michigan 58-94 L Jan. 8 *Toledo 40-58 L Jan. 11 *Ohio 69-80 L Jan. 15 *at Kent State 57-66 L Jan. 19 *Buffalo 71-63 W Jan. 22 *at Northern Illinois 52-63 L Jan. 26 *Miami 49-47 W Jan. 29 *at Western Michigan 74-70 W Feb. 1 *at Buffalo 49-55 L Feb. 5 *Kent State 35-57 L Feb. 9 *at Miami 56-70 L Feb. 12 *Bowling Green 52-61 L Feb. 15 *at Ohio 56-70 L Feb. 19 *Ball State 51-67 L Feb. 21 *at Central Michigan (OT) 77-78 L Mar. 1 *at Marshall 49-65 L MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT-# Mar. 5 # at Ball State 51-77 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game

2005-06

Record: 5-23 (2-14 MAC) • Head Coach: Kelly Kennedy Nov. 18 at Dayton 51-64 L 2003-04 Nov. 22 Pittsburgh 46-91 L Record: 7–21 (2-14 MAC) • Head Coach: Kelly Kennedy Nov. 25 Cleveland State 59-62 L Nov. 21 at Arizona State 48-80 L Dec. 1 Montana State 73-60 W BEST WESTERN ROUNDBALL CLASSIC, TAMPA, Dec. 3 at Duquesne 54-72 L FLA.-$ Dec. 8 at Drake 48-73 L Nov. 29 $ at USF 43-81 L Dec. 10 at Iowa State 43-76 L Nov. 30 $ vs. Monmouth 40-57 L Dec. 19 Youngstown State 50-58 L Dec. 2 IPFW 54-55 L Dec. 22 Jacksonville State 73-70 W Dec. 7 Cleveland State 60-49 W BLUE SKY CLASSIC, DARTMOUTH, N.H.-$ Dec. 16 at Wright State 62-59 W Dec. 29 $at Dartmouth 55-71 L Dec. 19 at Bucknell 55-68 L Dec. 30 $Lafayette 53-52 W Dec. 21 Youngstown State (2 OT) 67-62 W Jan. 7 *at Bowling Green 54-71 L Dec. 30 at Oakland 47-51 L Jan. 10 *at Kent State 38-62 L Jan. 2 Robert Morris 55-54 W Jan. 14 *Miami 54-65 L Jan. 4 Winthrop 74-65 W Jan. 18 *Buffalo 63-68 L Jan. 7 *at Eastern Michigan 37-93 L Jan. 21 *at Ohio 55-63 L Jan. 10 *Miami 57-88 L Jan. 25 *Northern Illinois 65-75 L Jan. 14 *at Bowling Green 48-85 L Jan. 28 *at Ball State 62-74 L Jan. 17 *at Ball State 62-81 L Jan. 31 *Western Michigan 58-62 L Jan. 21 *Ohio 63-75 L Feb. 4 *at Eastern Michigan 51-68 L Jan. 24 *Western Michigan 61-76 L Feb. 8 *at Toledo 69-66 W Jan. 31 *at Kent State 59-68 L Feb. 11 *Central Michigan 44-60 L Feb. 4 *Marshall 55-70 L Feb. 15 *Bowling Green 48-80 L Feb. 10 *Northern Illinois 43-42 W Feb. 18 *Kent State 33-52 L Feb. 14 *at Buffalo 71-59 W Feb. 21 *at Miami 56-51 W Feb. 16 *at Ohio 54-69 L Feb. 25 *at Buffalo 62-72 L Feb. 18 *Central Michigan (OT) 65-70 L Feb. 28 *Ohio 56-66 L Feb. 21 *Buffalo 54-61 L MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT-# Feb. 25 *at Toledo 59-81 L Mar. 4 # at Ball State 46-71 L Feb. 28 *Kent State 58-73 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game Mar. 2 *at Marshall 52-67 L MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT-# March 6 # at Western Michigan 67-89 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game


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Record: 14-18 (7-9 MAC) • Head Coach: Jodi Kest PRESEASON WNIT-$ Nov. 11 $at Notre Dame 61-81 L Nov. 18 $Howard 64-63 W Nov. 19 $Drexel 60-67 L Nov. 22 St. Francis 78-80 L/OT SEATTLE TOURNAMENT, SEATTLE, WASH.-% Nov. 25 %vs. Loyola Chicago 97-86 W Nov. 26 %at Seattle 85-74 W Nov. 30 at Cleveland State 84-74 W Dec. 3 Saint Peter’s 87-50 W Dec. 10 Florida State 64-90 L Dec. 14 at Duquesne 70-77 L Dec. 18 Youngstown State 72-78 L Dec. 21 at Robert Morris 78-85 L Dec. 28 Providence 65-78 L Dec. 30 Chicago State 82-48 W Jan. 4 *Miami (Ohio) 85-95 L/OT Jan. 7 *at Bowling Green 58-62 L Jan. 11 *at Buffalo 91-82 W Jan. 14 *Kent State 68-62 W Jan. 19 *at Ohio 71-72 L/OT Jan. 22 *at Ball State 78-70 W Jan. 25 *Northern Illinois 66-72 L Jan. 28 *at Eastern Michigan 46-91 L Feb. 1 *at Toledo 60-71 L Feb. 4 *Central Michigan 97-87 W Feb. 11 *Western Michigan 81-67 W Feb. 14 *Ohio 71-65 W Feb. 18 *Bowling Green 55-60 L Feb. 22 *at Miami (Ohio) 76-84 L Feb. 25 *at Kent State 76-77 L Feb. 28 *Buffalo 78-69 W MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT (NO. 6 SEED) Mar. 3 ^(11) Buffalo 96-82 W Mar. 7 !(7) Northern Illinois 60-61 L

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Record: 18-14 (11-5 MAC) • Head Coach: Jodi Kest Nov. 13 IUPUI 63-49 W Nov. 15 at St. Bonaventure 37-67 L Nov. 19 at Robert Morris 67-74 L Nov. 22 at Wright State 49-63 L FGCU TOURNAMENT, FORT MEYERS, FLA.-$ Nov. 27 $vs. Rider 79-43 W Nov. 28 $vs. Tulsa 64-70 L Dec. 2 IPFW 68-66 W Dec. 5 Youngstown State 75-63 W Dec. 14 Lake Erie College 76-51 W Dec. 17 at Chicago State 62-55 W Dec. 20 at Niagra 60-71 L Dec. 28 Temple 43-55 L Jan. 2 at Lehigh 57-59 L Jan. 6 *at Bowling Green 62-74 L Jan. 9 *Buffalo 72-56 W Jan. 13 *Kent State 62-55 W Jan. 16 *at Miami (Ohio) 55-40 W Jan. 20 *at Ohio 63-64 L Jan. 23 *Western Michigan 58-44 W Jan. 27 *at Ball State 66-64 W Jan. 30 *at Eastern Michigan 73-66 W Feb. 4 *Central Michigan 62-55 W Feb. 6 *Northern Illinois 57-39 W Feb. 10 *at Toledo 68-74 L Feb. 13 *at Buffalo 63-57 W Feb. 20 *Bowling Green 66-56 L Feb. 24 *at Kent State 64-67 L Feb. 27 *Miami (Ohio) 72-65 W Mar. 2 *Ohio 69-41 W MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT, CLEVELAND, OHIO-# Mar. 10 #vs. Eastern Michigan 72-46 W Mar. 12 #vs. Bowling Green 49-81 L WOMEN’S BASKETBALL INVITATIONAL, WICHITA, KAN.-# Mar. 18 #at Wichita State 61-67 L

* indicates Mid-American Conference game ^First Round - Akron, Ohio !Quarterfinals, Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, Ohio

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Record: 7-24 (2-14 MAC) • Head Coach: Jodi Kest Nov. 10 at Michigan 55-67 L No. 14 Saint Louis 81-77 W Nov. 17 at Cleveland State 47-59 L OAHU CLASSIC, HONOLULU, HAWAII-$ Nov. 22 $vs. Eastern Washington 66-62 W Nov. 23 $vs. Utah 60-71 L Nov. 25 $vs. Nebraska 47-75 L Nov. 29 at Niagara 82-55 W Dec. 2 at Dayton 64-85 L Dec. 5 at Saint Francis (Pa.) 61-53 W Dec. 16 Houston 81-76 W Dec. 21 Youngstown State 56-74 L Dec. 28 Xavier 59-84 L Dec. 30 Marist College 62-76 L Jan. 5 Saint Joseph’s 75-81 L Jan. 9 *at Bowling Green 56-88 L Jan. 12 *Buffalo 51-55 L Jan. 16 *at Miami (Ohio) 49-63 L Jan. 19 *Kent State 62-71 L Jan. 22 *at Ohio 64-78 L Jan. 26 *at Toledo 50-72 L Jan. 29 *Central Michigan 70-69 W Feb. 3 *Northern Illinois 78-71 W Feb. 9 *at Ball State 64-80 L Feb. 12 *at Eastern Michigan 71-76 L Feb. 16 *Western Michigan 55-69 L Feb. 20 *Ohio 58-86 L Feb. 23 *at Kent State 62-65 L Feb. 27 *at Buffalo 54-68 L Mar. 1 *Miami 79-89 L Mar. 5 *Bowling Green 54-69 L MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT, CLEVELAND, OHIO-# Mar. 9 #vs. Western Michigan 54-84 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game

2010-11

Record: 14-16 (6-10 MAC) • Head Coach: Jodi Kest Nov. 15 at IPFW 54-69 L Nov. 17 at IUPUI 70-49 W Nov. 21 Niagara 77-58 W Nov. 23 Robert Morris 88-60 W Nov. 26 $vs. Georgia Southern 94-81 (OT) W Nov. 27 $at SMU 67-75 L Dec. 1 Duquesne 58-69 L Dec. 4 Wright State 64-71 L Dec. 11 Cleveland State 73-64 W Dec. 16 at Youngstown State 70-56 W Dec. 19 Ursuline College 102-45 W Jan. 2 at Temple 60-81 L Jan. 5 *Buffalo 45-61 L Jan. 8 *Ohio 54-45 W Jan. 12 *at Bowling Green 72-90 L Jan. 15 *Miami (Ohio) 63-68 L Jan. 19 *at Kent State 55-72 L Jan. 22 Eastern Michigan 51-56 L Jan. 26 *at Western Michigan 77-66 W Jan. 29 *at Central Michigan 62-74 L Feb. 2 *Toledo 49-58 L Feb. 5 *at Northern Illinois 72-43 W Feb. 12 *Ball State 78-65 W Feb. 16 *at Buffalo 71-67 W Feb. 19 *at Ohio 59-57 W Feb. 22 *Bowling Green 45-47 L Feb. 26 *at Miami (Ohio) 64-77 L Mar. 2 *Kent State 53-56 L MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT (NO. 8 SEED) Mar. 5 (9) Western Michigan^ 76-65 W Mar. 9 (1) Toledo! 65-73 L

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2007-08

Record: 11-19 (6-10 MAC) • Head Coach: Jodi Kest Nov. 17 Michigan 58-49 W Nov. 22 St. Bonaventure 67-71 L Nov. 24 Chicago State 54-64 L CHATTANOOGA CLASSIC, CHATTANOOGA, TENN.-$ Nov. 28 $at Chattanooga 52-71 L Nov. 29 $vs. Troy 58-52 W Dec. 3 Cleveland State 54-70 L Dec. 5 at No. 23 Xavier 44-69 L Dec. 14 at Saint Joseph’s 59-77 L Dec. 17 Robert Morris 82-75 W Dec. 20 at Youngstown State 52-58 L Dec. 28 at Houston 59-74 L Dec. 31 at Sam Houston State 61-60 W Jan. 4 Lehigh 67-59 W Jan. 7 *Miami (Ohio) 63-83 L Jan. 10 *Buffalo 62-56 W Jan. 14 *at Ohio 60-65 (OT) L Jan. 17 *at Bowling Green 51-80 L Jan. 21 *Kent State 64-62 W Jan. 24 *Ball State 55-61 L Jan. 31 *Toledo 64-62 W Feb. 4 *at Northern Illinois 66-73 L Feb. 7 *Eastern Michigan 71-57 W Feb. 11 *at Central Michigan 57-78 L Feb. 14 *at Western Michigan 47-61 L Feb. 21 *Bowling Green 70-81 L Feb. 25 *at Miami (Ohio) 68-56 W Feb. 28 *at Buffalo 49-69 L Mar. 4 *Ohio 58-57 W Mar. 7 *at Kent State 55-59 L MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT, CLEVELAND, OHIO-# Mar. 11 #vs. Central Michigan 59-67 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game

YEAR-BY-YEAR <HEADLINE> RESULTS

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Record: 10-19 (3-13 MAC) • Head Coach: Jodi Kest Nov. 10 at Saint Louis 58-85 L Nov. 17 at Florida Atlantic 77-88 L Nov. 18 vs. Binghampton 55-44 W Nov. 22 Valparaiso 49-50 L Nov. 26 Dayton 57-58 L Nov. 29 Pittsburgh 55-74 L Dec. 3 Lehigh 62-61 W Dec. 5 Duquesne 55-43 W Dec. 10 at Cleveland State 61-59 W Dec. 16 at Youngstown State 66-58 W Dec. 19 Saint Francis 71-54 W Dec. 29 Niagara 69-42 W Jan. 3 *Bowling Green 32-61 L Jan. 6 *Kent State 47-79 L Jan. 10 *at Miami 73-79 L Jan. 13 *at Buffalo 58-64 L Jan. 16 *Ohio 55-66 L Jan. 20 *at Northern Illinois 70-81 L Jan. 23 *Ball State 49-71 L Jan. 27 *at Western Michigan 58-82 L Feb. 3 *Eastern Michigan 69-53 W Feb. 7 *at Central Michigan 69-81 L Feb. 11 *Toledo 63-62 W Feb. 14 *at Bowling Green 46-91 L Feb. 17 *at Kent State 58-88 L Feb. 21 *Miami 77-75 W Feb. 24 *Buffalo 59-65 L Feb. 28 *at Ohio 68-77 (OT) L MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT, CLEVELAND, OHIO-# Mar. 4 # vs. Northern Illinois 56-69 L * indicates Mid-American Conference game

2008-09


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2012-13

Record: 23-10 (12-4 MAC) • Head Coach: Jodi Kest Nov. 10 Hiram 83-24 W Nov. 13 at Tennessee Tech 78-67 W Nov. 16 Bryant 78-56 W Nov. 18 at St. Francis (Pa.) 73-74 L Nov. 24 at Providence 81-78 W Nov. 26 at Saint Peter’s 103-57 W Dec. 1 Canisius 81-72 W Dec. 5 at George Mason 65-49 W Dec. 8 Wright State 71-73 L Dec. 15 Cincinnati 67-54 W Dec. 18 (16/15) Dayton 59-90 L Dec. 20 at Youngstown State 71-80 L Jan. 3 at Chicago State 86-45 W Jan. 10 *at Ohio 81-54 W Jan. 13 *Kent State 93-58 W Jan. 16 *at Northern Illinois 63-52 W Jan. 19 *at Western Michigan 77-84 L Jan. 23 *Toledo 65-77 L Jan. 26 *at Central Michigan 69-92 L Jan. 31 *Bowling Green 68-63 W Feb. 2 *Buffalo 75-57 W Feb. 6 *Eastern Michigan 82-81 W Feb. 9 *at Miami (Ohio) 84-77 W Feb. 16 *Ball State 64-52 W Feb. 20 *at Bowling Green 61-74 L Feb. 23 *at Kent State 77-71 W Feb. 28 *Ohio 98-82 W Mar. 3 *Miami (Ohio) 71-65 W Mar. 6 *at Buffalo 77-60 W MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT (NO. 3 SEED) Mar. 14 ^(7) Buffalo 83-79 W Mar. 15 !(2) Ball State 70-61 W Mar. 16 $(4) Central Michigan 68-86 L ^ Quarterfinals, Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, Ohio ! Semifinals, Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, Ohio $ Championship, Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, Ohio

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