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0 Aaliya Warren

1 Lauren Bradshaw

2 Hanna Qedan

3 Khadija Brown-Haywood

5 Brittney Gill

10 Akasha Westbrook

11 Amanda Lawson

12 Jamie Ruffins

13 Brittany Fowler

14 Christyal Holloway

21 Jessica Flanery

23 Jasmine Hunt

F 6-3 Fr. Irving, Texas Irving MacArthur HS

G 5-8 Jr. (RS) Pine Bluff, Ark. Watson Chapel HS

G 5-8 So. Leachville, Ark. Buffalo Island Central HS

F 6-2 Fr. Mesquite, Texas Mesquite Horn HS

G 5-10 Malvern, Ark. Malvern HS

G 5-8 Little Rock, Ark. Parkview HS

Fr.

Fr.

G 5-11 Sr. (RS) Farmington, Ark. Farmington HS

G 5-10 Jr. (RS) Bryan, Texas Kilgore College

G 5-10 Jr. Mountain View, Ark. Mountain View HS

F 5-11 Centralia, Ill. Centraila HS

Jr.

G 5-8 So. Little Rock, Ark. Little Rock Central HS

F 6-2 Houston, Texas St. Pius HS

Sr.

LEGEND: G = Guard F = Forward C = Center (RS) = Redshirt (TS) = Transfer

24 Aundrea Gamble G 5-9 Jr. (RS) McKinney, Texas Kilgore College

25 Dominique Oliver

G 5-6 Rowlett, Texas Rowlett HS

So.

33 Ogo Obinabo F 6-2 Plano, Texas Plano HS

Fr.

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INTRODUCTION Table of Contents......................................................1 Quick Facts ..................................................................2 Media Information ..............................................3-4 THE 2014-15 SEASON Season Outlook ....................................................6-9 Schedule ....................................................................10 Roster Breakdown ................................................11 PLAYERS Returning Player Profiles ............................12-21 Newcomer Player Profiles ..........................22-24 COACHES AND STAFF Head Coach Brian Boyer..............................25-29 Assistant Coach Aaron Kallhoff ................30-31 Assistant Coach Sonja Tate ........................32-33 Assistant Coach Aisha Stewart ........................34 Support Staff............................................................35 2013-14 YEAR IN REVIEW Sun Belt Champions ......................................36-37 Final Notebook ................................................37-40 Results and Statistics ....................................41-44 SBC Championship and Honors ......................45 Sun Belt Statistics ..........................................46-49 HISTORY & RECORDS Top Performances ..........................................50-51 Statistical Records..........................................52-55 Year-By-Year Leaders ....................................56-57 WNIT History ..........................................................58 Sun Belt Conference Honors......................59-61 A-State Coaching History....................................62

Coaching Year-By-Year ........................................63 Season-By-Season Results ..........................64-69 All-Time Series Results........................................70 All-Time Letterwinners................................71-72 All-Time Conference Standings ................73-77 The A-State Convocation Center ..............78-81 A-State Convocation Center Records......82-86 OPPONENTS The Sun Belt Conference ....................................87 Opponent Quick Facts ..................................78-91 THIS IS A-STATE A-State Administration........................................92 Dr. Tim Hudson, Chancellor ..............................93 Terry Mohajir, Director of Athletics ..............94 Athletics Facilities ................................................95 Arkansas State University..................................96 Jonesboro, Arkansas ............................................97 Staff Directory ........................................................98 CREDITS The 2014-15 Arkansas State women’s basketball reference guide is a publication of the A-State Media Relations Office. PHOTOGRAPHY Nelson Chenault, Richard Bishop (Bishop Photography), Hannah Dolle, Roger Williams, John Bunch (Bunch Photography), Justin Manning (Jay’s Photo Design), Ernie Rice, Sun Belt Conference, A-State Media Relations. COVER DESIGN A-State Creative Services.

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General Information Institution..................Arkansas State University Location ..........................................Jonesboro, Ark. Population........................................................70,187 President................................Dr. Charles L. Welch Chancellor ......................................Dr. Tim Hudson Director of Athletics ....................Terry Mohajir SWA................................................................Amy Holt Faculty Athletics Rep. ................Nonie Wiggins Founded ..............................................................1909 Enrollment ......................................................13,552 Nickname ................................................Red Wolves Colors ................................................Scarlet & Black Home Facility ......................Convocation Center Arena Capacity ..............................................10,563 Conference ..................................................Sun Belt Affiliation ......................................NCAA Division I Athletic Dept. Phone ....................870-972-3880 Ticket Office Phone ......................870-972-2781 Athletics Web Site ..........Astateredwolves.com Team Information 2013-14 Record ..............................................22-12 2013-14 SBC Record ......................................14-4 Sun Belt Finish ...................................................... 1st 2013-14 Home Record ....................................12-2 2013-14 Road Record ........................................9-6 2013-14 Neutral Court Record ......................2-5 All-Time Record (40 Seasons) ............653-481 All-Time SBC Record (23 Seasons) ....216-148 Sun Belt Regular Season Titles ..........................2 Last Sun Belt Title .................................... 2013-14 WNIT Appearances ................................................ 9 Last WNIT Appearance ......2014 (1st Round) Best WNIT Finish ..................Champions, 1993 Starters Returning/Lost ................................3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ....................9/5 Newcomers ................................................................5 Press Row Phone ..........................870-972-2541

Director of Operations ................Renae Shippy Athletic Trainer....................................Julie Ellena Strength and Conditioning..............Ross Miller Basketball Office Phone ..........870-972-2303 Media Relations WBB Contact ....................................Chris Graddy Office..................................................870-972-2707 Cell ....................................................870-340-7836 E-mail .................................. cgraddy@astate.edu Media Relations Director ................Jerry Scott Assistant Director ................................Joe Gorby Assistant Director ..........Dennen Cuthbertson Director of Digital Media ........Dustin Sullivan Media Relations Phone ............870-972-2541 Media Relations Fax ..................870-972-3367 Press Row Phone ..........................870-972-2541 Mailing Address ..............................PO Box 1000 State University, AR 72467 Overnight Address ..................217 Olympic Dr. Jonesboro, AR 7240 Important Numbers A-State Dept. of Athletics ..........870-972-3880 Women’s Basketball Office ......870-972-2303 Women;s Basketball Fax ..........870-972-3540 Sun Belt Office ..............................504-299-9066 Sun Belt Fax ....................................504-299-9068 Video Contact ..................................Renae Shippy Phone ................................................870-972-2303 Media Relations Office ..............870-972-2541

Qucik Facts

Coaching Staff Head Coach ..........................................Brian Boyer Alma Mater ..............Missouri Western (1993) Record at A-State (Years) ............246-212 (15) Career Record (Years) ..................................Same SBC Record ..................................................137-107 Assistant Coach ............................Aaron Kallhoff Alama Mata ....Bemidji State University, 2003 Assistant Coach......................................Sonja Tate Alama Mata........................Arkansas State, 2007 Assistant Coach ..............................Aisha Stewart Alama Mata ....................................Catawba, 2004

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CREDENTIALS: Credentials for home games are provided to those members of the media who are covering the game in a full working capacity. Requests with names should be submitted in writing on company letterhead. Passes will be mailed to valid applicants as long as time permits; otherwise, passes may be claimed at the Media Entrance on the east side of the arena. Spouses, dates, children and non-workers are NOT permitted in the media areas. Passes must be displayed at all times, and A-State reserves the right to revoke passes and privileges at any time due to misrepresentation or misconduct. Requests for road- game credentials should be made to the SID of the host institution. PARKING: A limited number of parking spaces are available to members of the media on a paved lot adjacent to the Media Entrance on the east side of the arena, Lot “A”. Display a parking pass to the parking attendant for admittance. Parking is on a first-come, firstserve basis. All parking pass requests should be made to the Media Relations Office. ENTRY: Media representatives with proper AState issued credentials will be allowed to enter the building ONLY at the Media Entrance (ground level, green corner of the arena) on the east side of the Convocation Center. This is also the main entry to the athletic offices and is adjacent to the media parking area. GAME SERVICES: Notes, programs, media guides and statistic packets are provided to media personnel by the Media Relations Office. Phones are available in the Media Room as well as light refreshments.

A-STATE MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF Jerry Scott Director Office: 870-972-3405 Cell: 870-243-6021 jscott@astate.edu Chris Graddy Assistant Director Office: 870-972-2707 Cell: 870-340-7836 cgraddy@astate.edu Joe Gorby Assistant Director Office: 870-972-3547 Cell: 870-897-5010 jgorby@astate.edu Dennen Cuthbertson Assistant Director Office: 870-972-2541 Cell: 870-820-0594

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Dustin Sullivan Director of Digital Media Office: 870-972-2682 Cell: 870-275-8375 dsullivan@astate.edu

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1000, State University, AR 72467 PHOTOGRAPHERS: The arena lighting system is a combination of 1,000-watt and 1,500-watt metal halide lamps with a 150-footcandle level of illumination. Excellent results have been obtained with daylight film. Photographers are not allowed to shoot from in front of the team benches nor from the catwalk above the floor (for security, insurance and safety reasons). Credentials are required to shoot from courtside. Certified photographers of newspapers, magazines, wire services and TV stations must request passes in writing. No credentials will be issued to freelance photographers.

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Media Information

FACILITIES: Media facilities in the Convocation Center consist of an area at floor level on the east side of the court for reporters, broadcasters and photographers, as well as a television-film booth located high on the east side of the arena. An area in the south end of the court is also setup for additional media. If you need additional assistance please see Chris Graddy with the A-State Media Relations Staff. There is also a Media Room located on the west side open to the press before, during and after games. Admittance to these areas is by special credential issued only by the AState Media Relations Office.


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PRACTICES: Practices will be announced as open or closed through the A-State Media Relatons Department. Video crews wishing to film practice must notify the Media Relations office in advance. If TV crews wish to interview a player or coach, please notify Chris Graddy, Assistant Media Relations Director.

Media Information

INTERVIEWS: Head coach Brian Boyer will be available for interviews in the media room after each game, following a brief team meeting. A-State student-athletes will also be available by request at this time. The locker room is closed to the media following games. To arrange for a student-athlete interview during the week, contact Chris Graddy, Assistant Media Relations Director at (870) 9722707. All interviews must be approved by the head coach. INJURY INFORMATION POLICY: A studentathlete's health information is protected by federal regulations under either the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) or the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (the Buckley Amendment) and may not be disclosed without either the student-athlete's authorization under HIPAA or their consent under the Buckley Amendment. Authorized/consented injury information pertaining to a studentathlete shall be released to the media through the Department of Athletics Media Relations office after being authorized by the athletic trainer. It is also appropriate in postgame or weekly press conferences for head coaches to announce team injury updates. It is the policy of the Department of Athletics to provide accurate information on injuries and not withhold injury information from the media. Team physicians may be available to offer explanation on injuries if requested by the athletic trainer. Any sideline or locker room report made to the media shall be made by an athletic trainer, team physician, or a media relations staff representative. FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Chris Graddy, Assistant Media Relations Director at (870) 972-2541, or write Media Relations Office, P.O. Box 1000, State University, Ark., 72467. Overnight mail can be sent to Media Relations Office, Convocation Center, 217 Olympic Drive, Jonesboro, Ark., 72401. RADIO: Radio broadcasts of Red Wolves

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Women’s Basketball will be on 95.3FM The Ticket/970AM KNEA and will also be available over the internet at the A-State Athletics website AStateRedWolves.com. Brad Bobo is the “Voice of the Red Wolves”. The visiting teams’ “official radio station, as designated by the visitors’ SID, will be permitted origination privileges. Two courtesy lines are provided at courtside. Any questions regarding broadcasts or the use of facilities should be directed to Chris Graddy, Assistant Media Relations Director. GAME SERVICES: Programs, notes, reference guides, flip cards, statistics, quotes, play-byplay and live statistics (StatBroadcast) are provided. Phone lines are available in the media room and courtside for media use. Books of all information will be available after the game.

DIRECTIONS TO THE CONVO: From Memphis International Airport: Start going toward the Airport Exit on Winchester Road. Bear right on Plough Boulevard for 1.4 miles. Take ramp onto I-240 West toward I-240 Little Rock/Downtown for 2.6 miles. Continue on I-55 North for 6.1 miles. Take the St. Louis/Little Rock exit on I-55 North and go 24.4 miles. Take exit 23B/Marked Tree/Jonesboro onto US-61for 0.5 miles. Continue on US-63 North for 41miles. Take ramp toward Caraway Road/Red Wolf Boulevard for 0.2 miles. Bear right on Red Wolf Boulevard and go 2.2 miles until seeing the Convocation Center on the left. From Little Rock National Airport: Leaving the airport on East Roosevelt Road go 0.3 miles and continue on Annie M. Bankhead Drive for another 0.4 miles. Turn left to take the ramp onto I-440 East toward TO I-40 for 11.3 miles. Take the Jacksonville exit onto US-67 North and go 96.5 miles. Turn right on AR-226E and go 11.7 miles. Turn right on Co. Road 203. Turn left on US-49 for 6.5 miles. Take ramp onto US 49 North and go 2.7 miles until taking the Stadium/Red Wolf Boulevard exit for 0.2 miles. Turn left on Red Wolf Boulevard and go 2.4 miles until seeing the Convocation Center on the left.

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sports@katv.com KTHV-TV (CBS) 8th & Izard, Little Rock, AR 72203 501-244-4572 (Phone), 501-376-1645 (Fax) sports@todaysthv.com KLRT-TV (FOX) 10800 Colonel Glenn Road, Little Rock, AR 72204 501-217-4257 (Phone), 501-227-0855 (Fax) sports@fox16.com WREG-TV (CBS) 803 Channel 3 Drive, Memphis, TN 38104 901-527-9336 (Phone), 901-577-0198 (Fax) glenn.carver@wreg.com WMC-TV (NBC) 1960 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN 38104 901-726-0416 (Phone), 901-278-7633 (Fax) jgreer@wmcstations.com WHBQ-TV (FOX) 485 S. Highland Street, Memphis, TN 38111 901-320-1313 (Phone), 901-320-1366 (Fax) matt.stark@foxtv.com WPTY-TV (ABC) 2701 Union Extended, Memphis, TN 38112 901-323-2430 (Phone), 901-452-1820 (Fax) eyewitnessnews@abc24.com RADIO KASU (91.9 FM) P.O. Box 2160, State University, AR 72467 870-972-3070 EAST ARKANSAS BROADCASTERS 403 West Parker Road, Jonesboro, AR 72401 KWHF (95.9 FM), 870-934-5009 KBTM (1230 AM & 101.3 FM), 870-935-5597 KFIN (107.9 FM), 870-932-1079 KIYS (101.7 FM), 870-935-5598 KNEA (970 AM & 95.3 FM), 870-932-8400 95.3 FM The Ticket, 870-930-3367 JONESBORO RADIO GROUP 314 Union, Jonesboro, AR 72401 KDXY (104.9 FM), 870-933-8800 KEGI (100.5 FM), 870-934-5009 KDXY-HD3 (92.7 FM), 870-933-8800 KJBX (106.3 FM), 870-933-8800 KDXY-HD2(107.5 FM), 870-933-8800 KJBX-HD2 (98.5 FM), 870-933-8800 KKSP The Source (93.3 FM) 501-823-0933 400 Hardin Rd, Little Rock, AR 72211 KPOC/KRLW (106.3 FM & 1320 AM), 870-886-6666 P.O. Box 508, Pocahontas, AR 72455 KABZ (103.7 FM The Buzz), 870-886-6666 2400 Cottondale Lane, Little Rock, AR 72202 ESPN Radio (730 AM), 901-522-1919 203 Beale Street, Suite 204, Memphis, TN 38103 WHBQ (Sports 560 AM), 901-522-1919 6080 Mt. Moriah Ext., Memphis, TN 38115

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PRINT/ONLINE MEDIA Jonesboro Sun P.O. Box 1249, Jonesboro, AR 72403 870-935-5525 (Phone), 870-935-5823 (Fax) sports@jonesborosun.com Arkansas Democrat-Gazette P.O. Box 2221, Little Rock, AR 72203 501-378-3411 (Phone), 501-375-4521 (Fax) sports@arkansasonline.com Associated Press 10802 Executive Center Dr., Suite 100 Little Rock, AR 72211 501-225-3668 (Phone), 501-225-3249 (Fax) The Herald P.O. Box 1930, State University, AR 72467 87-972-3075 (Phone), 870-910-8042 (Fax) herald@astate.edu Memphis Commercial Appeal 495 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN 38101 800-444-6397 (Phone), 901-529-2362 (Fax) sports@gomemphis.com Stephens Media Group 401 South Victory, Little Rock, AR 72201 501-374-0699 (Office), 501-374-0860 (Fax) Paragould Daily Press P.O. Box 38, Paragould, AR 72450 870-239-8562 (Phone), 870-239-8565 (Fax) scoop@paragoulddailypress.com Newport Daily Independent 2408 Hwy 367 North, Newport, AR 72112 870-523-5855 (Phone), 870-523-6542 (Fax) sports@newportindependent.com SportingLifeArkansas.com 6834 Cantrell Road, STE 367 Little Rock, AR 72207 888-825-2062 (Phone) simon.lee@sportinglifearkansas.com AStateNation.com 501-680-7335 (Phone) jeff@arkst.com TELEVISION KAIT-TV (ABC) P.O. Box 790, Jonesboro, AR 72403 870-931-8888 (Phone), 870-933-8058 (Fax) sports@kait8.com ASU-TV P.O. Box 2160, State University, AR 72467 870-972-3070 (Phone), 870-972-3828 (Fax) ccpillow@astate.edu KARK-TV (NBC) 1401 West Capitol Ave., Suite 104 Little Rock, AR 72201 501-340-4444 (Phone), 501-375-1961 (Fax) sports@kark.com KATV-TV (ABC) 401 South Main, Little Rock, AR 72201 501-372-7777 (Phone), 501-324-7546 (Fax)


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Under the leadership of head coach Brian Boyer, who enters his 16th season on the bench at A-State, the Red Wolves look to build upon the success generated from a historic season one year ago. The Red Wolves enter their 41st season riding a wave of success generated by the program’s first-ever outright regular season Sun Belt Conference championship and ninth appearance in the WNIT postseason tournament. Coupled with a host of returning talent that includes SBC Sun Belt Conference Player of Year Aundrea Gamble and seniors Hanna Qedan and Jasmine Hunt the 2014-15 edition of Arkansas State women’s basketball figures to be in the mix for another SBC championship. A-State’s rise to the top of the conference standings included 14 league wins, the most in school history, and a 22-12 overall record which was the most wins since 1993-94. AState concluded the season with an invitation to the WNIT postseason tournament. The 22 wins were the second most in the Sun Belt Conference and tied for the most in school history. The Red Wolves also became one of the best shooting teams in the nation thanks to a field goal percentage of 44.3 that ranked 34th best by season’s end. While the team loses some valuable talent at the post, it returns three starters, including two of its top four scoring threats that helped the team reach the Sun Belt Conference

Tournament finals. A-State brings back nine letterwinners that accounted for over 60 percent of the scoring and 57 percent of the team’s rebounds. The Red Wolves must replace Jane Morrill, who provided a strong presence in the post in each of the previous four years. Additionally, the team must find replacements for Carlisha and Carlette Wyatt who accounted for over 200 of the team’s rebounds. Senior Jasmine Hunt, who had a career night on Jan. 11 with 17 points against South Alabama, figures to push for a spot in the starting rotation while the addition of three freshman forwards figure into the mix and will push for playing as their skill sets develop. A-State also returns much of its nucleus in the backcourt, including Gamble who shattered the A-State record books in her first season. The redshirt junior averaged 18.9 points per game, including three 30-point performances, and was the team’s second best rebounder with 6.5 boards per night. Fellow junior Brittney Gill and sophomore Jamie Ruffins, each of whom split time as starters, return to give A-State one of the most experienced backcourt trios in the Sun Belt. A-State also welcomes five new faces, three of which stand 6-foot-2 or taller. Amanda Lawson, who sat out last season due to NCAA transfer rules, will also suit up for the first time and will give Arkansas State one of the

Returning Players 2

Hanna Qedan (G, 5-11, Sr., Farmington, Ark.)

3 JKhadija Brown-Haywood (G, 5-11, Jr., Centralia, Ill.) 5

Brittney Gill (G, 5-8, R-Jr., Pine Bluff, Ark.)

11 Amanda Lawson (F, 5-10, R-Jr., Bryan, Texas) *Redshirted in 2013-14 Season Preview

12 Jamie Ruffins (G, 5-8, So., Little Rock, Ark.) 13 JBrittany Fowler (G, 5-8, So., Leachville, Ark.) 21 Jessica Flanery (G, 5-10, Jr., Mountain View, Ark.) 23 Jasmine Hunt (F, 6-2, Sr., Houston, Texas) 24 Aundrea Gamble (G, 5-9, R-Jr., McKinney, Texas) 25 Dominique Oliver (G, 5-6, So., Rowlett, Texas)

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most dynamic guard combinations in the league.

BACKCOURT The A-State backcourt will arguably be the most exciting and experienced area of the team for this upcoming season. The team returns every member of last year’s backcourt including two starters in Aundrea Gamble and Hanna Qedan. The duo has big expectations heading into this season and will hope to build off of their success from last year. Gamble, who averaged 18.9 points, and 6.5 rebounds last year as a redshirt junior while earning the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year award, is one of the unquestioned leaders of this year’s squad. Gamble comes into this season having started every game last year. Qedan and Brittney Gill are two other huge returning starters for this upcoming season. Qedan returns after averaging 10.5 points and 3.4 rebounds per game, while Gill returns after averaging 5.1 points and 3.3 rebounds last year. Both players also return valuable experience as well with both having started 55 games combined a year ago. Both junior Jessica Flanery and sophomore Jamie Ruffins add returning starting ex-

Newcomers 0 1 10 14 33

Aaliyah Warren (F, 6-3, Fr., Irving, Texas) JLauren Bradshaw (F, 6-2, Fr., Mesquite, Texas) Akasha Westbrook (G, 5-10, Fr., Malvern, Ark.) Christyal Holloway (G, 5-8, Fr., Little Rock, Ark.) Ogo Obinabo (F, 6-2, Fr., Plano, Texas)

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FRONTCOURT For the first time in four seasons Jane Morrill will not be patrolling the paint for AState when the season begins in November. Replacing the three-time All-Sun Belt Conference selection will not be an easy task but A-State is well equipped to take on the challenge. Senior Jasmine Hunt will step into the role vacated by Morrill and instantly provides a physical presence. At 6-foot-2, Hunt has the size and strength to matchup with any of counterparts and has shown the ability to be an asset on the offensive end of the floor as well. The Houston, Texas native scored a career-high 17 points at the Convocation Center last season and enjoyed her best season to date as a junior. She averaged nearly 10 minutes a game scoring almost four points and three rebounds per contest. As her time on the court grows, so should her stats along with her ability to be a dominant force in the post. The Red Wolves are also faced with the task of replacing twin sisters Carlette and Carlisha Wyatt who both provided valuable minutes. Carlisha finished third on the team with 5.4 rebounds a night, while scoring nearly six points per game. Charged with replacing her will be incoming freshmen Aaliya Warren, Lauren Bradshaw and Ogo Obinabo. Warren was a 2014 McDonald’s All-American nominee and was awarded the “Outstanding Post” award at the 2013 Texas Best of the Best AAU Tournament. Bradshaw averaged 12.5 points and 11.5 rebounds during her senior season at Mesquite Horn High School in Texas and was also a 2014 McDonald’s All-American Nominee. Obinabo led Plano High School in re-

bounds with 13.9 per night and was named a district defensive MVP in the state. Her ability to block shots and cause chaos in the paint could be a vita asset once the Red Wolves start conference play at the end of December. Junior-college transfer Amanda Lawson will also provide depth in the frontcourt but can also slide into the backcourt as well. Lawson was named to the 2011-12 CUSA AllFreshman team at Houston after scoring 9.1 points and grabbing 6.1 rebounds per game. At Kilgore College she scored 12.6 points per outing, while grabbing 6.5 boards and dishing out nearly three assists per night.


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perience to the team this year as well. The pair combined to start 12 games last year with Flanery averaging 3.3 points per contest while Ruffins averaged 2.3 points per game. Both players will look to build off of last year as they enter this season. The backcourt also carries quality depth into this season. Both junior Khadi BrownHaywood and sophomores Brittany Fowler and Dominique Oliver all return to give this area of the team quality depth heading into the 2014-2015 season. All three players received playing time last year while all averaging at least 3 minutes per contest. Each player will look to increase their individual roles this year as they enter this upcoming season. Two incoming freshmen, Christyal Holloway and Akasha Westbrook, will also provide depth and could push for playing time by the start of conference play in January.

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Jasmine Hunt, SR., Forward

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SCHEDULE Two opponents from the Big Ten and Big 12 and two 20-plus win teams that competed in the 2014 postseason highlight the non-conference schedule for the Arkansas State women’s basketball, head coach Brian Boyer announced Wednesday. The Red Wolves will play 10 non-conference games as the Sun Belt Conference will feature 20 games in a true round robin format this season. A-State opens play in November with exhibition games, taking on Truman State on Nov. 4 and Harding on Nov. 10 in the Convocation Center. The season officially kicks off Nov. 14 when the Red Wolves host Jackson State (1515 in 2013-14) as part of the WNIT Preseason Tournament. Arkansas State is guaranteed to play at least three games in the tournament and could play as many as four should the team advance to the championship game, which would bring its non-conference total to 11 games. The tournament runs Nov. 14-23 with

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opener followed by trip to Louisiana-Monroe participating schools hosting games. Times, (ULM) on Jan. 5. dates, opponents and host sites for second and Georgia Southern makes its first trip to Athird round and consolation game sites will be State’s Convocation Center since the 2005-06 announced after all of the first round games season on the men’s side with a Jan. 8 date have been completed on Nov. 15. The month while the Lady Eagles’ basketball team will be will conclude with a home game against Chrismaking its initial appearance ever in Jonestian Brothers University Nov. 29. boro. The Red Wolves’ start the month of DeA-State travels to the state of Texas a cember by welcoming NCAA Tournament parweek later, squaring off against UT Arlington ticipant Tennessee-Chattanooga to the on Jan. 10 followed by a three-game stretch in Convocation Center. The Mocs went 29-3 a five days. The span begins with a trip to Apyear ago, including a perfect 18-0 in the Southpalachian State Jan. 15 proceeded by home ern Conference. games against Texas State and Georgia State A-State begins a four-game road trip Jan. 17 and Jan. 19, rethrough the states of spectively. Ohio, Kansas and MisA road swing souri with a game to Louisiana-Lafayette against Big 10 Conferand Troy Jan. 22 and ence member Ohio Jan. 24 completes State on Dec. 11 folArkansas State’s lowed by a trip to longest SBC road trip Allen Fieldhouse to of the year. The home play Kansas Dec. 14. schedule for A-State in A-State returns to the the month of January state of Ohio Dec. 17 rounds out with games to play Kent State folagainst in-state rival lowed by a trip to UALR on Jan. 29. The Springfield, Mo., to Red Wolves conclude take on Missouri State the month with a road Dec. 19. trip to Georgia State Arkansas State Jan. 15. returns to Jonesboro February beto take on Florida Gulf gins with just two Coast Dec. 22 at the games in the first two Convocation Center. weeks, starting with a The Eagles went 26-7 home game against last year, with 17-1 Troy Feb. 5 and road record in the Atlantic matchup versus GeorSun Conference and Aundrea Gamble, JR., Guard gia Southern Feb. 12. earned the automatic The Red Wolves will then travel to Little Rock berth into the NCAA Tournament by winning to face UALR Feb. 19 before returning to the the conference tournament. Convocation Center to play back-to-back home In addition to Christian Brothers, the Red games against Louisiana-Monroe and UT ArWolves will be playing Ohio State, Tennesseelington Feb. 21 and Feb. 26, respectively. Chattanooga and Florida Gulf Coast for the Arkansas State’s final road trip of the seafirst time. It will also be the first time since son starts Feb. 28 with an encounter against 2000-01 that A-State Kansas have played. Texas State. The Red Wolves then finish up the The Sun Belt Conference schedule will regular-season campaign with a pair of home begin Dec. 30 with the Red Wolves starting the games versus South Alabama March 5 and conference season on the road against South Louisiana-Lafayette March 7. Alabama. A-State will host league newcomer Appalachian State Jan. 3 in its SBC home


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Truman State (Exhibition) Harding (Exhibition) Jackson State (WNIT) WNIT Opponent TBA WNIT Opponent TBA WNIT Championship Game Christian Brothers Tennessee-Chattanooga at Ohio State at Kansas at Kent State at Missouri State Florida Gulf Coast at South Alabama^ Appalachian State^ at Louisiana-Monroe^ Georgia Southern^ at UT Arlington^ at Appalachian State^ Texas State^ Georgia State^ at Louisiana-Lafayette^ at Troy^ UALR^ at Georgia State^ Troy^ at Georgia Southern^ at UALR^ Louisiana-Monroe^ UT Arlington^ at Texas State^ South Alabama^ Louisiana-Lafayette^ SBC Quarterfinals SBC Semifinals SBC Championship

Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. TBA TBA TBA Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Columbus, Ohio Lawrence, Kan. Kent, Ohio Springfield, Mo. Jonesboro, Ark. Mobile, Ala. Jonesboro, Ark. Monroe, La. Jonesboro, Ark. Arlington, Texas Boone, N.C. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Lafayette, La. Troy, Ala. Jonesboro, Ark. Atlanta, Ga. Jonesboro, Ark. Statesboro, Ga. Little Rock, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. San Marcos, Texas Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La.

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. TBA TBA TBA 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 5:05 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

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ARKANSAS STATE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL AStateRedWolves.com Numerical Name Pos Aaliyah Warren F Lauren Bradshaw F Hanna Qedan G Khadija Brown-Haywood F Brittney Gill G Akasha Westbrook G Amanda Lawson G Jamie Ruffins G Brittany Fowler G Christyal Holloway G Jessica Flanery G Jasmine Hunt F Aundrea Gamble G Dominique Oliver G Ogo Obinabo F

Ht 6-3 6-2 5-11 5-11 5-8 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-10 6-2 5-9 5-6 6-2

No. 1 3 21 13 24 5 14 23 11 33 25 2 12 0 10

Name Pos Lauren Bradshaw F Khadija Brown-Haywood F Jessica Flanery G Brittany Fowler G Aundrea Gamble G Brittney Gill G Christyal Holloway G Jasmine Hunt F Amanda Lawson G Ogo Obinabo F Dominique Oliver G Hanna Qedan G Jamie Ruffins G Aaliyah Warren F Akasha Westbrook G

Ht 6-2 5-11 5-10 5-8 5-9 5-8 5-8 6-2 5-10 6-2 5-6 5-11 5-8 6-3 5-10

Cl Fr. Fr. Sr.-RS. Jr. Jr.-RS Fr. Jr.-RS So. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr.-RS So. Fr.

Hometown/Last School Irving Texas (Irving MacArthur HS) Mesquite, Texas (Mesquite Horn HS) Farmington, Ark. (Farmington HS) Centralia, Ill. (Centralia HS) Pine Bluff, Ark. (Watson Chapel) Malvern, Ark. (Malvern HS) Bryan, Texas (Kilgore College) Little Rock, Ark. (Little Rock Central HS) Leachville, Ark. (Buffalo Island Central HS) Little Rock, Ark. (Parkview HS) Mountain View, Ark. (Mountain View HS) Houston, Texas (St. Pius HS) McKinney, Texas (Kilgore College) Rowlett, Texas (Rowlett HS) Plano, Texas (Plano HS)

Alphabetical Cl Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr.-RS Jr.-RS Fr. Sr. Jr.-RS Fr. So. Sr.-RS. So. Fr. Fr.

Hometown/Last School Mesquite, Texas (Mesquite Horn HS) Centralia, Ill. (Centralia HS) Mountain View, Ark. (Mountain View HS) Leachville, Ark. (Buffalo Island Central HS) McKinney, Texas (Kilgore College) Pine Bluff, Ark. (Watson Chapel) Little Rock, Ark. (Parkview HS) Houston, Texas (St. Pius HS) Bryan, Texas (Kilgore College) Plano, Texas (Plano HS) Rowlett, Texas (Rowlett HS) Farmington, Ark. (Farmington HS) Little Rock, Ark. (Little Rock Central HS) Irving Texas (Irving MacArthur HS) Malvern, Ark. (Malvern HS)

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Pronunciation Guide

Arkansas (7) Farmington - Hanna Qedan Leachville - Brittany Fowler Little Rock - Jamie Ruffins Little Rock - Christyal Holloway Malvern - Akasha Westbrook Mountain View - Jessica Flanery Pine Bluff - Brittney Gill

Aaliya Warren - Uh-Lee-Uh Hanna Qedan - Cuh-Dan Khadija Brown-Haywood - Kuh-Dee-Ja Akasha Westbrook - Uh-K-Juh Jessica Flanery - Flan-uh-re Aundrea Gamble - On-Dre-Uh Ogo Obinabo - Ah-Go O-Bin-Buh-Nah-Bo

Illinois (1) Centralia - Khadija Brown-Haywood Texas (7) Bryan - Amanda Lawson Houston - Jasmine Hunt Irving - Aaliya Warren McKinney - Aundrea Gamble Mesquite - Lauren Bradshaw Plano - Ogo Obinabo Rowlett - Dominique Oliver

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REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2013-14): Set an Arkansas State record with a 91.0 percent free throw percentage on the year, breaking the previous mark of 90.5 percent set by Amy Towne in 1997-98… played and started in 33 of the team’s 34 games… finished fourth on the team with a 10.5 points per game average, a mark that ranked 16th best in the Sun Belt Conference… recorded the second double-double of her career on Jan. 14, 2014 with 16 points and 11 rebounds against Georgia State at home… her 91.0 percent free throw percentage was also tops in the SBC and she spent most of the season ranked among the top-5 in the nation in free throw percentage… scored a career-high 26 points at LouisianaTech on Nov. 25, 2013… set a career-high with five assists at La. Tech and then matched the total twice more at Louisiana-Lafayette on Feb. 15, 2014 and at home against Texas State on March 14, 2014… ranked second on the team with 2.0 assists per game… was second on the team with 31.5 minutes played per contest… was the team leader with 55made 3-pointers and was tops with a 41.4 percent 3-point field goal percentage average.

Hanna

Qedan Guard - #2 5’11 - Senior-RS Farmington, Ark. Farmington HS

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2011-12): Played in 19 games in her sophomore season... averaged 2.6 points per game and 1.9 rebounds per game... scored a career-high eight points against Western Kentucky on Feb. 22... had a career-high five rebounds against Louisiana-Lafayette on Jan. 21... played a season-high 28 minutes against Arkansas-Little Rock... named to the Sun Belt Conference Commissioners List. FRESHMAN (2010-11): Redshirted after suffering an injury prior to the season.

CAREER HIGHS

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REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Finished third on the team in scoring after averaging 8.9 points per game… led the team in made 3pointers with 37 on the season… recorded her first career double-double on Jan. 24 against Troy when she scored 19 points and pulled down 14 rebounds… shot 45 percent from the field on the year, which was the second highest average on the team… set a new career-high with five made 3-pointers on Feb. 27 against North Texas… scored a season-high 22 points against Middle Tennessee on Jan. 2… scored a t least three points in all but four of A-State’s 30 games… averaged 11.2 points in Sun Belt Conference play and pulled down 4.2 boards per game… ranked third in the league 3-point field goal percentage in conference play after knocking down 36 percent of her attempts… knocked down a career-high nine free throws against Middle Tennessee on Jan. 2… during A-State’s seven game winning streak she averaged 13.9 points per game... named to the Sun Belt Conference Commissioners List.

Points: 26 - at La. Tech - 11/25/13 Rebounds: 14 - at Troy - 1/24/13 Assists: 5 - Twice FG Made: 8 - at La. Tech - 11/25/13 3-Point FG Made: 5 - at North Texas - 2/27/13

HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 19 points, 11 rebounds and five blocks per game as a senior at Farmington High School... named All-Conference and All-State following her senior season, was named to the All-Tournament team at the H.B. Stewart Classic, the All-County team, and the KURM Dream Team during her senior season... as a sophomore, earned All-Conference and All-County honors and was named to the KURM Dream Team. PERSONAL: Born December 30, 1992... parents are Jeri and Bashar Qedan... a member of the National Honor Society...an All-American Scholar... graduated with honors from Farmington High School...also played softball and ran track in high school... enjoys sports, music, drawing and painting... graduated with a bachelor's degree in radiological science in the spring of 2014... currently enrolled in the graduate program for health sciences.

Career Statistics Season 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 TOTAL

GP 19 30 33 82

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GS 0 26 33 59

|---TOTAL---| |----3-PTS----| FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA. Pct. FT-FTA 17-45 .378 5.17 .294 11-17 89-197 .452 37-109 .339 52-61 110-248 .444 55-133 .414 71-78 216-490 .441 97-259 .375 134-156

|-----Rebounds-----| Pct. Off Def Tot Avg. .647 11 26 37 1.9 .852 30 91 121 4.0 .910 32 79 111 3.4 .859 73 196 269 3.3

A TO 3 12 24 49 66 59 93 120

Blk 5 16 21 42

Stl Pts Avg. 5 50 2.6 32 267 8.9 39 346 10.5 76 663 8.1

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SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Played in 29 of A-State’s 30 games… averaged 2.1 points per outing… scored a season high eight points on three occasions (Dec. 1 vs FAU; Dec. 8 vs UCA; Jan. 20 vs ULM)… had a season high four rebounds against Central Arkansas…tied for second on the team with 13 blocked shots… led ASU in games with the most blocked shots with eight. FRESHMAN (2011-12): Played in 30 games in her freshman season...averaged 1.1 points per game and 1.4 rebounds per night...scored a season-high six points against USC on Dec. 15 and added a season best five rebounds against Stephen F. Austin on Dec. 17...played in a seasonhigh 12 minutes against Louisiana-Monroe on Dec. 1...Named to the Sun Belt Conference Commissioner's List. HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 12.6 points, 11.5 rebounds, 2.6 blocks and two steals during her four-year career at St. Pius X...led St. Pius X to a 30-3 record her senior year and it's first district title since 1985...helped St. Pius X to the semifinals of the state tournament...was named first-team All-District and second-team All-State following her senior season...was named to the Top 10 Seniors in the Houston Area list...named to ESPN's Top 100 list...was named the Houston Chronicle's Athlete of the Week Jan. 8 2011 after averaging 12 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks in three St. Pius X victories...named MVP of the Charlie Thomas Classic...named to the all-tournament team at the St. Mary's Dominican Tournament in New Orleans. PERSONAL: Born October 7, 1992...Julie Hunt...a member of the academic honor roll all four years at St. Pius X...recipient of Excellence in College Algebra award while at St. Pius X... majoring in sports management.

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JUNIOR (2013-14): Played in 33 of A-State’s 34 games… averaged 3.3 points and 1.5 rebounds per game… scored a career-high 17 points on 7-of-10 shooting at home against South Alabama on Jan. 11, 2014… grabbed a career best eight rebounds at Texas A&M Dec. 30, 2013… played a season-high 18 minutes at UTEP the first-round of the WNIT… named to the Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor roll.

Jasmine

Hunt Forward - #23 6’2 - Senior Houston, Texas St. Pius HS CAREER HIGHS Points: 17 - South Al. - 1/11/14 Rebounds: 8 - at Texas A&M - 12/30/13 Blocks: 3 - at ULM - 2/16/13 FG Made: 7 - South Al. - 1/11/14 FT Made: 6 - Illinois - 11/29/13

Career Statistics Season GP 2011-12 30 2012-13 29 2013-14 33 TOTAL 92

GS 0 0 0 0

|---TOTAL---| |----3-PTS----| |-----Rebounds-----| FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA. Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Tot Avg. 13-43 .302 0-0 .000 7-11 .636 11 30 41 1.4 27-61 .443 0-1 .000 6-12 .500 12 18 30 1.0 42-91 .462 0-0 .000 25-48 .521 24 26 50 1.5 82-195 .421 0-1 .000 38-71 .535 47 74 121 1.3

A 1 2 15 18

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Blk 5 13 4 22

Stl Pts Avg. 6 33 1.1 6 60 2.1 11 109 3.3 23 202 2.2

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SOPHOMORE (2013-14): Played in 29 games and averaged 1.1 points in those games… averaged 7.0 per contest, including a career-high 20 minutes against UT Martin on Nov. 11, 2013... scored a career-high five points three times on the year with first at Western Kentucky on Jan. 18, followed by five at Troy Feb. 1 and finally five against Louisiana-Monroe March 5… grabbed a career-best five rebounds against Austin Peay on Nov. 11, 2013… dished out a career-high three assists at Western Kentucky on Jan. 18, 2014… pulled down 32 rebounds on the year, 23 of which came on the defensive glass.

Khadija

Brown -Haywood Forward - #3 5’11 - Junior Centrallia, Ill. Centrallia HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 12.5 points, 6.9 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 2.6 steals per game... earned first-team AllConference honors and third-team Illinois Basketball Coaches Association All-State recognition... led Centralia High School to the South 7 Conference and Regional championships. PERSONAL: Daughter of Lequila Haywood and the granddaughter of Birda King... majoring in Early Childhood Education... neice of Shelvy Haywood who played basketball for A-State in 1969-1970.

CAREER HIGHS

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FRESHMAN (2012-13): Played in 18 games and scored 19 points on the season… hit three, 3-pointers on the season… recorded a team-high five steals against Louisiana-Monroe on Feb. 16… pulled down a total of 20 rebounds on the year, 18 of which were on the defensive end… scored a season-high four points against Louisiana-Monroe on Feb. 16… played a season-high 17 minutes against FIU on Jan. 9.

Points: 5 - Three Times Rebounds: 5 - at Austin Peay - 11/15/13 Steals: 5 - at ULM - 2/16/13 Assists: 3 - at WKU - 1/18/14 FG Made: 2 - Three Times

Career Statistics Season GP 2012-13 18 2013-14 29 TOTAL 47

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GS 0 0 0

|---TOTAL---| |----3-PTS----| |-----Rebounds-----| FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA. Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Tot Avg. 8-21 .381 3-12 .250 0-0 .000 2 18 20 1.1 10-49 .204 5-32 .156 8-13 .615 9 23 32 1.1 18-70 .257 8-44 .182 8-13 .615 11 41 52 1.1

A 6 12 18

TO 3 9 12

Blk 2 0 2

Stl 12 8 20

Pts 19 33 52

Avg. 1.1 1.1 1.1

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AStateRedWolves.com REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2013-14): Played in all 34 games and made 22 starts… averaged 5.1 points and 3.3 rebounds per game… scored a season-high 12 points at South Alabama on Feb. 12, 2014… scored 10 points against Texas State on Feb. 22, 2014… had a season best eight rebounds at Louisiana Tech on Nov. 25, 2013 and then matched the total against South Alabama at home on Jan. 11, 2014… was second on the team with 1.2 steals per game… fourth on the team with 51 offensive rebounds… had a team season-high six rebounds at South Alabama on Feb. 12, 2014… dished out a seasonhigh four assists at Louisiana Tech. SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Redshirted.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Watson Chapel High School where she averaged 14 points, five rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks per game during her senior season...won two state championships...was named as All-Conference and All-State player during her junior and senior seasons...was the 6A State Tournament Most Valuable Player during her senior season...named to the 6A State All-Tournament team during her sophomore, junior and senior seasons...was a 2012 Arvest State Player of the Week selection.

Brittney

PERSONAL: Born September 29, 1992... daughter of Pearl and Bobby Gill...majoring in interdisciplinary studies.

Pine Bluff, Ark.

Gill Guard - #5 5’8 - Junior-RS Watson Chapel HS CAREER HIGHS Points: 12 - at South Al. - 2/12/14 Rebounds: 8 - Twice Blocks: 2 - Twice FG Made: 5 - at South Al. - 2/12/14 FT Made: 3 - Three Times

Career Statistics Season GP GS 2013-14 34 22 TOTAL 34 22

|---TOTAL---| |----3-PTS----| |-----Rebounds-----| FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA. Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Tot Avg. 70-193 .363 7-35 .200 28-47 .596 51 60 111 3.3 70-193 .363 7-35 .200 28-47 .596 51 60 111 3.3

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Blk 10 10

Stl Pts Avg. 40 175 5.1 40 175 5.1

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JUNIOR (2013-14): Redshirted. SOPHOMORE (2012-13 AT KILGORE COLLEGE): Averaged 12.6 points per game... pulled down 6.5 boards per night... dished out nearly three assists per outing... started in 20 of the 24 games she played in and scored a season-high 25 points against Southwestern Christian College... had two games where scored 22 points against McLennan Community College and Tyler Junior College... recorded two double-doubles on the year, which came in the first and last games of her season... began the 2012-13 season with a 14-point and 11 rebound night against Collin County Community College on November 8 and ended the year with a 17-point, 12 rebound performance against Angelina College on March 2.

Amanda

Lawson Forward - #11 5’10 - Junior-RS Bryan, Texas Kilgore CC CAREER HIGHS Points: 24 - Houston Baptist - 12/10/11

Rebounds: 12 - Rice - 1/28/12 FG Made:

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11 - Houston Baptist - 12/10/11

3-Point FG Made: 2 - Twice 3-Point FG Attempted: 4 - Four Times

FRESHMAN (2011-12 AT HOUSTON): Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team after leading all freshmen in the league with 9.1 points and 6.1 rebounds per game... led the team in rebounds and placed second in scoring in her first season at Houston... started 25 of 26 games played, averaging 30.3 minutes per contest... averaged 1.4 assists and 1.3 steals per game... averaged 7.8 rebounds over the final 12 contests of the season... scored in double figures in 12 games, including 11 times in 16 league contests... posted 10.0 points per game in C-USA action... shot 36 percent (84-of-232) from the field, 25 percent (9-of-36) from 3-point range and 60 percent (60-of-100) from the free-throw line... named the C-USA Freshman of the Week on Jan. 16 after averaging 14.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.5 steals while shooting 48 percent from the field against SMU and UAB... tallied 24 points, nine rebounds and four assists in Houston's win over Houston Baptist (Dec. 10)... went 11of-19 from the field and posted 20 of 24 points in the opening half against the Huskies... knocked down six of the team's seven field goals over a four-minute stretch in the first half... the 24 points was the most by a freshman since Sha'Ratta Hawkins tallied 29 on March 6, 2006... posted 10 points and five rebounds in the Cougars' road win at Southern Miss (Jan. 8)... converted a huge layup to snap a late 10-1 Southern Miss run with just under two minutes remaining... tallied 15 points and five rebounds and went 6-of-9 from the field against Tulsa (Jan. 19)... recorded first-career double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds against Rice (Jan. 28)... narrowly missed another double-double at Rice on Feb. 23 with 14 points and nine boards... grabbed 11 rebounds to go with seven points at Memphis (Feb. 12)... missed another double-double in C-USA Championship First Round loss to Rice on March 7 with nine points and nine boards. HIGH SCHOOL: Started all four years at Bryan High... enjoyed a monster senior season, earning 5A First Team All-State honors, as well as being named a Texas Girls Coaches Association All-Star, after averaging 22 points and 13 rebounds per game... also named first team all-district 12-5A as a junior and senior... participated in the 4A/5A TGCA All-Star game in the summer of 2011, helping lead the South squad with 12 points, six rebounds and one block... also lettered in track her senior season. PERSONAL: Amanda Alise Lawson is the daughter of Adrien and Angela Lawson.... has two younger siblings, Ajaye and Avston ... majoring in Interdisciplinary studies.

Career Statistics at Houston Season GP GS 2011-12 26 25 TOTAL 26 25

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|---TOTAL---| |----3-PTS----| |-----Rebounds-----| FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA. Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Tot Avg. 84-232 .362 9-36 .250 60-100 .600 54 108 162 6.2 84-232 .362 9-36 .250 60-100 .600 54 108 162 6.2

A 36 36

TO 76 76

Blk 11 11

Stl Pts Avg. 33 237 9.1 33 237 9.1

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FRESHMAN (2012-13): Appeared in 10 games as true freshman… shot 50 percent from the field and 44 percent from beyond the arc… averaged 1.6 points per game… scored a season-high nine points against Austin Peay on Dec. 17… made a season best three, 3-pointers against Austin Peay… knocked down a 3-pointer with six seconds remaining in A-State’s season opener against Toledo to keep the team’s streak of games with a at least one 3-pointer made intact. HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 15 points in class 3A state tournament playoffs to help lead Mountain View to the state title...named class 3A state playoff Most Valuable Player...led Mountain view to a 32-2 record while average 19 points and six rebounds...was also a member of the Mountain View football team where she holds the state record for most points scored, most extra points and most fields goals by a female...was also a member of the Yellowjackets softball team...was an honor roll scholar. PERSONAL: Daughter of Jimmy and Linnay Flanery... majoring in sports management.

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AStateRedWolves.com SOPHOMORE (2013-14): Played in 32 games and made the first start of her career Dec. 12, 2013 at Wichita State… scored a career-high 18 points on a 6-of-10 mark from beyond the 3-point line at Texas State on Jan. 4, 2014… she missed tying the school record for most 3pointer in a game by three… scored 107points (3.3 per game) and was 26-of-70 from beyond the arc… collected a season-high three rebounds twice with the first coming against North Carolina on Nov. 28, 2013 in the Cancun Challenge and then equaled the total at home against Louisiana-Lafayette on March 8, 2014… played a season-high 27 minutes at Wichita State… knocked down a 3-pointer in A-State’s WNIT game at UTEP… ranked second on the team in 3-point field goal percentage at 37.1 percent.

Jessica

Flanery Forward - #21 5’10 - Junior Mountain View, Ark. Mountain View HS CAREER HIGHS Points: 18 - at Texas State - 1/14/14 Rebounds: 3 - Twice FG Made: 6 - at Texas State - 1/14/14 3-Point FG Made: 6 - at Texas State - 1/14/14 3-Point FG Attempted: 10 - at Texas State - 1/14/14

Career Statistics Season GP 2012-13 10 2013-14 32 TOTAL 42

GS 0 1 1

|---TOTAL---| |----3-PTS----| |-----Rebounds-----| FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA. Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Tot Avg. 6-12 .500 4-9 .444 0-0 .000 2 0 2 0.2 38-90 .422 26-70 .371 5-9 .556 6 21 27 0.8 44-102 .431 30-79 .380 5-9 .556 8 21 29 0.7

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Blk 0 1 1

Stl Pts Avg. 0 16 1.6 7 107 3.3 7 123 2.9

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5’9 - Junior-RS

REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2013-14): The 2013-14 Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year… the third player in Arkansas State history to win the SBC POY award and the first since 1993-94… the second player in school history to win the award outright… a First-Team All-Sun Belt Conference Pick… a CollegeSportsMadness.com All-Sun Belt Conference First-Team selection… Sun Belt Conference All-Tournament Team pick… led the team with 18.9 points per game which was also second in the SBC… had a 49.7 field goal percentage that was fourth best in the conference… was named the SBC Player of the Week three times, including twice in the month of November… had a double-double in her first career game with 30 points and 10 rebounds and ended the regular-season with 17 points and 10 rebounds… second on the team with four double-doubles on the year… scored a season-high 30 points three times… registered double-digit point totals in all but three of A-State’s games… set a Convocation Center record by going 11-of-11 from the free throw line against Western Kentucky on Feb. 5, 2014… nearly recorded the third triple-double in program history she scored 17 points, dished a career-high 10 assists and pulled down eight rebounds against Louisiana-Lafayette on March 8, 2014… ranked in the top-10 in nine statistical categories in the Sun Belt Conference and ranked among the top-12 in 11 categories… recorded back-to-back doubles in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament, including a 22-point, 13 rebound performance in the championship game.. she has three 30-point games to her credit, ranking her third among Sun Belt Conference players in the that category… named to the All-Tournament team at the Cancun Challenge Tournament where she averaged 11 points and 6.3 rebounds in three games… scored at least 20 points in 15 games with A-State going 12-5 in those games… led A-State in scoring with 23 points in its WNIT game against UTEP… her 641 points on the season was the fourth-highest total by an A-State player in school history…started all 34 games on the season… was one of 60 freshmen and sophomores players ranked among the 250 scorers in the NCAA rankings… had the 10th highest scoring average among all sophomores in the NCAA.

McKinney, Texas

SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Redshirted.

Kilgore College

FRESHMAN SEASON (KILGORE COLLEGE): Averaged 16.1 points, 6.2 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 1.9 steals and just under one blocked shot per game for the Lady Rangers...earned all-conference and all-region honors...shot 48 percent from the field...72 percent from the free throw line and 31 percent from 3-point range...her 16.1 points per game ranked third in Region XIV.

Aundrea

Gamble Guard - #24

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CAREER HIGHS Points: 30 - Three Times Rebounds: 13 - vs WKU - 3/15/14 FG Made: 11 - Three Times 3-Point FG Made: 3 - at La. Tech - 11/25/13 Assists: 10 - Louisiana - 3/8/14

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-sport athlete at McKinney North High School... named First Team All-District her junior season and Second Team All-District her sophomore year... recorded 26 points in a game and finished with 51 three pointers during her junior season... played as an outside hitter and middle blocker on her high school volleyball team... named First Team All-District and Offensive Player of the Year in 2009... named First Team All-District and Most Improved Player in 2008... earned Academic All-District honors in 2008... named Offensive Player of the Year in 2007... was also a member of her high school track team as a jumper and runner... named MVP her junior season. PERSONAL: Born August 8, 1993... the daughter of Jannetta Britt and Elvin Gamble... has one brother, Tedral... originally signed with the University of Denver out of high school... majoring in exercise science.

Career Statistics |---TOTAL---| Season GP GS FG-FGA Pct. 2013-14 34 34 218-439 .497 TOTAL 34 34 218-439 .497

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|----3-PTS----| |-----Rebounds-----| 3FG-FGA. Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Tot Avg. A TO 41-115 .357 164-215 .763 86 136 222 6.5 144 106 41-115 .357 164-215 .763 86 136 222 6.5 144 106

Blk 13 13

Stl Pts Avg. 72 641 18.9 72 641 18.9

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HIGH SCHOOL: A standout point guard for Little Rock Central High School... ranked No. 37 point guard in the nation by ESPN's HoopGurlz... given a 3-star rating by ESPN HoopGurlz... a four-year starter at Little Rock Central... a two-time All-Conference and All-State Tournament team selection... a three-time McDonald's Shootout selection... averaged 10 points, four rebounds, three assists and three steals while in high school. PERSONAL: Born August 25, 1994... Daughter of John and Wanda Ruffins... Born on October 25, 1994... has one brother, Jonathan... was invloved in Beta Club, National Honor Society, Debat Team and Leadies Club in high school... majoring in business administration.

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FRESHMAN (2013-14): Played in all 34 games and made 11 starts, all during Sun Belt Conference play… averaged 2.3 points in an average of 16.3 minutes per game… ranked third on the team with 55 assists (1.6)… grabbed 65 rebounds (1.9) and 28 steals (0.8) during her first year... scored a season-high 10 points against ULM on Jan. 29, 2014… grabbed a season best five rebounds against UALR on Jan. 25, 2014 and then matched the total against Texas State March 3, 2014… had three steals in a game twice with the first coming against Texas State on March 3, 2013 and then again against ULM on March 5, 2014… made the first start of her career on Jan. 18, 2014 at Western Kentucky and started 11 games in a row… played a season-high 29 minutes against Texas State in the semifinals of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament.

Jamie

Ruffins Guard - #12 5’9 - Sophomore Little Rock, Ark. Little Rock Central HS Points: 10 - at ULM - 1/29/14 Rebounds: 5 - Twice Steals: 3 - Twice FG Made: 4 - at ULM - 1/29/14 FT Made: 6 - at Georgia St. - 2/8/14

Career Statistics Season GP GS 2013-14 34 11 TOTAL 34 11

|---TOTAL---| |----3-PTS----| |-----Rebounds-----| FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA. Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Tot Avg. 28-69 .406 0-3 .000 22-43 .512 12 53 65 1.9 28-69 .406 0-3 .000 22-43 .512 12 53 65 1.9

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Blk 1 1

Stl 28 28

Pts 78 78

Avg. 2.3 2.3

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FRESHMAN (2013-14): Played in 18 games and averaged 1.1 points per outing… scored a season-high five points against Louisiana-Lafayette on March 8, 2014… went a perfect 4-for-4 from the free throw line against North Carolina in the Cancun Challenge on Nov. 28, 2013… played a season-high 13 minutes against Kent State on Nov. 22, 2013… finished the year 11-of-13 from the free throw line… made her first career field goal against ULM on March 5, 2014… played in her first career game against Missouri State on Nov. 11, 2013.

Brittany

Fowler Guard - #13 5’8 - Sophomore Leachville, Ark. Buffalo Island HS

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CAREER HIGHS Points: 5 - Louisiana - 3/8/14 Rebounds: 1 - Six Times Assists: 1 - Twice FG Made: 2 - Louisiana - 3/8/14 FT Made:

HIGH SCHOOL: Fowler was a four-year starter at Buffalo Island Central, where she was recognized as a fourtime 2A-3A North Conference MVP... She was also nominated four times for all-state, all-state tournament team, and all-NEA Tournament Team Selection... selected at The Sun newspaper’s Player of the Year during her senior season and was a McDonald’s All-American Team Nominee... finished her career with 2,953 points and 769 assists... as a junior, Fowler was selected as the 103.9 The Game Northeast Arkansas Female Basketball Player of the Year, and was selected three times as The Sun's NEA Best Under The Sun all-area basketball team... as a sophomore she was selected to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Super Sophomore Team... as a freshman she was selected at the “Newcomer of the Yea” by The Sun newspaper... also ran track, played softball and was a member of the student council. PERSONAL: Born on September 17, 1994... Daughter of Stan and Tina Fowler... has one older sister, Sammi... she also has two younger brothers Stan Jr. and Peyton ... majoring in pre-professional chemistry.

4 - vs North Carolina - 11/28/13

Career Statistics Season GP GS 2013-14 18 0 TOTAL 18 0

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|---TOTAL---| |----3-PTS----| |-----Rebounds-----| FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA. Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Tot Avg. 4-18 .222 1-7 .143 11-13 .846 0 6 6 0.3 4-18 .222 1-7 .143 11-13 .846 0 6 6 0.3

A 4 4

TO 8 8

Blk 0 0

Stl 0 0

Pts 20 20

Avg. 1.1 1.1

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HIGH SCHOOL: Four year letterwinner at Rowlett HIgh School where she helped lead the team to the district championship in her senior season of 2012-13 ... averaged 14.6 points, 2.4 assists, 2.4 steals and 2.6 rebounds per contest during her senior season ... named team MVP in back-to-back seasons ... also earned Defensive MVP Team honors ... was a second-team all-district selection her sophomore season.

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FRESHMAN SEASON (2013-14): Made her A-State debut Nov. 11 against Missouri State … recorded the first point of her Red Wolves’ career Nov. 22 against Kent State … scored a season-high three points against North Carolina in the Cancun Challenge on Nov. 28 … also grabbed a season best three rebounds against the Tar Heels … appeared in 11 games and averaged 3.1 minutes per outing.

Dominique

Oliver

PERSONAL: Born July 14, 1995 ... daughter of Dion and Deborah Oliver ... has one sister, Devin ... majoring in pre-professional biology.

Guard - #25 5’6 - Sophomore Rowlett, Texas Rowlett HS CAREER HIGHS Points: 3 - North Carolina - 11/28/13

Rebounds: 5 - Twice FG Made: 1 - North Carolina - 11/28/13

3-Point FG Made: 1 - North Carolina - 11/28/13

3-Point FG Attempted: 2 - North Carolina - 11/28/13

Career Statistics Season GP GS 2013-14 11 0 TOTAL 11 0

|---TOTAL---| |----3-PTS----| |-----Rebounds-----| FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA. Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Tot Avg. 1-6 .167 1-3 .333 2-7 .286 3 3 6 0.5 1-6 .167 1-3 .333 2-7 .286 3 3 6 0.5

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Blk 0 0

Stl 0 0

Pts 5 5

Avg. 0.5 0.5

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Lauren Bradshaw

Forward - #0

Forward - #1

6’3 - Freshman

6’2 - Freshman

Irving, Texas

Mesquite, Texas

Irving MacArthur HS

Mesquite Horn HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned 6-5A All-district second-team honors as a junior and earned 6-5A academic first-team all-district recognition at Irving MacArthur High School … member of the Texas Fire which won the Texas Best of the Best Tournament in the summer of 2013 where she was named as the tournament’s top rebounder and was given the “Outstanding Post” award … a 2014 McDonald’s All-American nominee ... graduated Magnum Cum Laude.

HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 12.5 points and 11.5 rebounds per game during her senior season at Mesquite Horn High School … a 2014 McDonald’s All-America nominee … earned All-State honors from the Texas Girls Coaches Association … the 12-5A District Defensive Player of the Year … led her school to a 21-10 overall record, including wins in 14 of the final 16 games and the 12-5A district title … participated in the Texas High School All-Star game … averaged a double-double in her senior season with 12.5 points and 11.5 rebounds per game … finished second in the DallasForth Worth area in rebounding with 333 total rebounds … helped Mesquite finished third in the 12-5A district with 12-14 overall record and an 8-6 record in the league … led her AAU team, Texas Hustle, to the finals of the 17U Open Tournament in 2013.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Sandra Miller … March 3, 1996 ... majoring in social work.

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PERSONAL: Daughter of Mark and Deborah Bradshaw … born July 23, 1996 … major is psychology.

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Akasha Westbrook

Christyal Holloway

Guard - #10

Guard - #14

5’10 - Freshman

5’8 - Freshman

Malvern, Ark.

Little Rock, Ark.

Malvern HS

Parkview HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Led Malvern High School to back-to-back state championships in 2013 and 2014 … named the class 4A tournament MVP in 2013 while also earned All-State tournament, All-State, All-Region and All-Conference honors in route to the championship ... team has won 12 straight games in the postseason in two seasons … earned All-District honors in 2014 … a 2014 finalists for the KATV McDonald’s Full Court Player of the Year … selected to play in the Arkansas Activities Association All-Star game … also played volleyball at Malvern High School where earned All-State and All-Conference honors in 2013 and 2014.

HIGH SCHOOL: Rated as a three-star recruit and ranked as the No. 55 talent at the guard position in the class of 2014 by ESPN … a 2014 finalists for the KATV McDonald’s Full Court Player of the Year ... a three-time all-conference selection and helped lead Little Rock Parkview to the state finals for three consecutive years … won the state championship in 2012 where she led the team in scoring with 12 points in the championship game … ranked among the top 100 recruits by the Carolina Scouting Report … selected to play in the 2014 Arkansas Activities Association All-Star game … a 2013-14 All-State selection and a 2014 All-State Tournament team pick … also ran track at Parkview where she placed sixth in the 200-meter dash, sixth in the 400-meter dash, seventh in the triple jump and helped the 4x400 relay team take first place at the 6A State championships in 2013 … named as a 2013-14 6A All-State track selection … at the 6A State track meet in 2014 she placed fourth in the 100-meter dash, second in the 200-meter dash, fourth in the 400-meter dash, earned a 10th place finish in the long jump and finished second in the triple jump ... graduated third in her class … member of the National Honor Society … selected as an AP Scholar athlete.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Carlos and April Westbrook born Aug. 27, 1996 … majoring in exercise science.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Charles and Teressa Holloway … born Oct. 29, 1995 ... majoring in sports management.

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Ogo Obinabo Forward - #33 6’2 - Freshman Plano, Texas

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Plano HS HIGH SCHOOL: Helped lead Plano High School to a 26-8 overall record and a 14-4 mark in the 10-5A District standings which was good for second place … led the DallasFort Worth area in rebounding with 13.9 boards (416 total) per game during her senior season … named the 10-5A Defensive District Player of the Year … averaged 8.9 points (268 total) and 0.7 assists (22 total) per game … grabbed 16 rebounds on Jan. 31, 2014 to help lead Plano to a 40-33 victory over Plano West, the state of Texas’ ninth ranked team in class 5A ... named a "Player to Watch" by the Dallas Morning News ... played AAU basketball for DFW Elite. PERSONAL: Daughter of Chinelo Obinabo … born Jan. 8, 1996 … major is undecided ... originally born in Nigeria ... is a black belt in karate.

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Head Coach • 16th Season at A-State

One of the most recognizable names and faces in the Sun Belt Conference and women’s college basketball, Brian Boyer has built an illustrious career highlighted by countless milestones, including becoming the all-time wins leader in the SBC. In his 15 years on the sidelines, Boyer was the primary architect in transforming the Arkansas State women’s program into a model of consistency since taking over in 1999 and guiding the team to an appearance in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. He has coached the Red Wolves to five appearances in the WNIT and two SBC regular-season championships including the outright regular season crown in 2013-14. An ambassador for both Arkansas State and the sport of college basketball, Boyer has enjoyed an unprecedented level of success through an energetic and positive approach to the game. A three-time Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year (2003-04, 2004-05 & 2013-14), Boyer has compiled an impressive 248-212 (.539) record over his 15-year career. Boyer possesses the most conference wins by a coach in Sun Belt Conference in both the men’s and women’s game. He is the longest tenured basketball active coach in the conference and has also coached more games than any basketball coach (men’s or women’s) in Arkansas State history. The 2013-14 campaign was perhaps the best of Boyer’s historic career at A-State. The Red Wolves finished with a 22-12 overall record and a 14-4 mark in the Sun Belt Conference (SBC). The squad captured the outright regular-season Sun Belt Conference title for the first time in school history. A-State entered the SBC Tournament as the No. 1 seed and advanced to the championship game for

the second time in program history. It was also a historic year for Boyer, who surpassed former Louisiana Tech coach Leon Barrmore and Florida International coach Cindy Russo for the most league wins in Sun Belt Conference at 136 on March 5. Boyer currently stands at 137 career league wins and won his third career SBC Coach of the Year award at the end of the season. Under Boyer’s tutelage, two players (Aundrea Gamble and Jane Morrill) were named to the SBC All-Conference Team, while Gamble went on to earn the Players of the Year award. Gamble and Morrill would earn SBC All-Tournament Team honors. The Red Wolves also earned a berth in the WNIT for the ninth time in the program’s history and the fifth appearance under Boyer. AState finished the year with 22 total victories, tied for the second most in school history, its 14 conference victories were the most ever by an Arkansas State women’s basketball team. Boyer has coached 23 players to All-Conference status during his tenure, but his team’s success is not limited to just on the court. The program won back-to-back Sun Belt Conference Team Academic honors in 2012-13 and 2013-14 with team GPA’s that were over the 3.0 mark. In 2011, he became Arkansas State’s alltime leader in victories with his 197th win over UALR on Feb. 26, 2011. He captured his 200th career win on Nov. 20, 2013 and his 225th career win on Feb. 16, 2013. Boyer had immediate success upon being named the program’s sixth head coach in 1999-2000. He guided his initial team to an 18-12 overall record and a berth in the WNIT tournament for the second consecutive season. After a 14-win year and back-to-back 12-

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win season, Arkansas State entered into what was perhaps its best five-year stretch in history from 2003-2008. Arkansas State had 96 wins over the five years, three WNIT appearances and captured a share of the 2003-04 SBC East Division regular-season crown. In 2004-05, A-State advanced to the quarterfinals of the WNIT, which included a 98-84 over Arkansas in front of a record crowd of 10,892 at the Convocation Center. THROUGH THE YEARS In his first season, Boyer guided Arkansas State to its only top-25 ranking in school history. A-State was ranked in a tie for 25th place with Boston College with 48 votes in the Associated Press Poll on Jan. 3, 2000. He finished the year with an 18-12 record making him the first coach since Sara Wooley to 18 games in the first season as a head coach. The 2003-04 season culminated with the program's first-ever regular season conference championship, and a return to the WNIT. The Red Wolves finished 19-10 overall and 10-4 in league play, earning a share of the Sun Belt East division title as they posted one of the top turnarounds in Division I, picking up seven more wins than the previous season. A-State’s 19 victories that season were the most since the 1997-98 season, sparked in part by the best start in school basketball history - a seven game win streak to open the season. The strong start carried over into Sun Belt play as Arkansas held the top spot in the East division from start to finish. Adrianne Davie earned honorable-mention allconference honors as a true freshman, and Boyer was rewarded with his first conference Coach of the Year Award. In the 2004-05 season, A-State put together a program-best 10-game Sun Belt Conference winning streak, part of an 11-game win streak that was the fourth longest in school history. Arkansas finished the season 21-11 overall and in second place in the Sun Belt East Division at 11-3, giving Boyer his first 20-win season as head coach. The squad advanced to the quarterfinals of the WNIT Tournament, defeating SEC powers Mississippi State and Arkansas along the way. The team's success earned Boyer his second straight Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year Award and joined former A-State coach Jerry Ann Winters as the only two A-State

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women's basketball coaches to win back-toback coach of the year honors. Adrianne Davie, Rudy Sims and Ali Carter all earned All-Sun Belt honors following the 2004-05 season, marking the first time in Red Wolves history that three players earned all-conference honors in a single season. In the 2006-07 season the Red Wolves finished 21-13, advanced to the second round of the WNIT before falling to eventual tournament runner-up Wisconsin, and continued to build on their already-impressive home record with a 14-2 mark at the Convocation Center. Arkansas State posted home victories over NCAA Tournament participants Oklahoma State and Louisiana-Lafayette, Southeastern Conference member Alabama, and WNIT participants South Dakota State and Murray State. In all, 14 of the Red Wolves' 34 games during the 2006-07 season were against teams that played in the NCAA or WNIT tournaments. The 2006-07 Red Wolves also reached the 10-victory milestone

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coaching performances, molding a group of unheralded players into a team that produced yet another 20-win season at Arkansas State. Faced with the task of replacing three 1,000-point scorers, including the program's all-time leading shot blocker and rebounder, along with the all-time assists leader, Boyer directed Arkansas State to a 20-12 record. AState won a record 13 conference games during the 2007-08 season, and reached the semifinals of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament for the 13th time in 16 tries. The Red Wolves finished the season with the distinction of being the only Division I program in the country with a winning record that did not have a single player who averaged double figure scoring. Arkansas State posted victories over Brigham Young and Alabama early in the season, earning the win over the Crimson Tide on the road in Tuscaloosa. The Red Wolves finished 2007 with a 6-7 record, but went on a tear in the New Year, closing out the season with a 14-5 finish and a run to the semifinals

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quicker than any other team in ASU history, picking up their 10th win of the season Jan. 3, 2007. Under Boyer's guidance, several individual records fell during the 2006-07 season as well. Seniors Adrianne Davie and Rudy Sims rewrote the Red Wolves record books, with Davie shattering the career blocked shots record with 132 and the career rebounding record with 1,147. Sims set a new mark in career assists with 548, and became the first A-State player in over a decade to record a triple-double when she scored 14 points, grabbed 11 rebounds, and handed out 10 assists in a 65-58 overtime victory at Louisiana-Lafayette. Davie was named AllSun Belt Conference for the fourth straight season, while Sims earned the honor for the third straight year. Senior Ali Carter became the 16th member of the career 1,000-point club. Although the 2007-08 season was expected by many to be a rebuilding year, Boyer put forth what was arguably one of his finest


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of the SBC Tournament for the fourth consecutive season. BEFORE ARKANSAS STATE Boyer came to Arkansas State in 1995 and spent four seasons as an assistant under Jeff Mittie who has had coaching stops at TCU and now Kansas State. Prior to his arrival he spent time as an assistant to the men's team at Missouri Western, which was a NCAA Division II Tournament participant five years (1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 and 1995) and won two conference championships. The team made the Sweet 16 in 1990. As a women's assistant, Boyer and Missouri Western made two NCAA Tournament appearances, including a trip to the Final Four in 1995 and the Elite Eight the previous season. The team went 31-3 in 1995 and made it to the Final Eight of the national tournament. It also went undefeated through its MIAA schedule at 16-0. In 1994, the team finished

third in the nation, losing in a national semifinal contest and finishing with a 29-3 overall mark. PERSONAL Boyer serves on the Board of Directors for the Northeast Arkansas Fellowship of Christian Athletes and was recognized as 100 Outstanding Staff to Contribute to the success of Arkansas State during its first 100 years in 2012. He is a highly sought after motivational speaker and speaks on a broad range of topics in addition to Red Wolves basketball and is frequently requested both locally and nationally. Boyer is extremely active in and around the Jonesboro community, donating his time and money to many organizations. Boyer is a graduate of Missouri Western State College in St. Joseph, Mo., where he earned his bachelor’s degree in education. He resides in Jonesboro, Ark., with his wife Rhonda.

Boyer Through The Years

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Overall

Conference

Year

School

W-L

Pct.

W-L

Pct.

Finish

Postseason

99-00

A-State

18-12

.600

8-8

.500

5th

WNIT

00-01

A-State

14-14

.548

8-8

.611

T4th-East

01-02

A-State

12-16

.429

6-8

.429

4th-East

02-03

A-State

12-18

.400

5-9

.357

4th-East

03-04

A-State

19-10

.655

10-4

.714

T1st-East

WNIT

04-05

A-State

21-10

.656

11-3

.786

2nd-East

WNIT

05-06

A-State

15-15

.500

7-7

.500

4th-West

06-07

A-State

21-13

.617

11-7

.611

4th-West

WNIT

07-08

A-State

20-12

.625

13-5

.722

2nd-West

08-09

A-State

16-14

.533

10-8

.556

2nd-West

09-10

A-State

13-18

.419

7-11

.389

3rd-West

10-11

A-State

18-14

.563

9-7

.563

T3rd-West

11-12

A-State

12-18

.500

6-10

.375

5th-West

12-13

A-State

15-15

.500

12-8

.600

2nd-West

13-14

A-State

22-12

.647

14-4

.777

1st

WNIT

Career

15 Seasons

248-212

.539

137-107

.561

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5 WNIT

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Brian Boyer is entering his 16th season as head coach at Arkasas State

THE BOYER FILE Hometown: Memphis, Mo. Born: October 24, 1969 High school: Scottland County College: Missouri Western State College Years in coaching: 15 Wife: Rhonda COACHING ASSIGNMENTS YEAR-BY-YEAR Years School Position Postseason 1989-95 Missouri Western Assistant Coach (Men’s Program) 5 NCAA Tournaments 1993-95 Missouri Western Assistant Coach (Women’s Program)2 NCAA Tournaments 1 NCAA Final Four (1995) 1995-99 Arkansas State Assistant Coach 1 WNIT 1999-Cur. Arkansas State Head Coach 5 WNIT AWARDS AND HONORS •3x Sun Belt Conferene Coach of the Year (Most recent 2013-14) •All-time wins leader at Arkansas State (men’s or women’s) •All-time SBC leader in conference wins •On the Board of Directors for Northeast Arkansas Fellowship of Christian Athletes. •Recognized in 2012 as one of the 100 Outstanding Staff to Contribute to the success of Arkansas State during its first 100 years •Coaches Arkansas State into its only appearance AP Top-25 poll during the 1999-2000 season. At the time it was the only Division I top-25 ranking of any sport at A-State. •Longest tenured head coach in the Sun Belt Conference.

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Assistant Coach • Second Season

Aaron Kallhoff begins his second season with Arkansas State women’s basketball team in 2014-15. Since arriving in Jonesboro, the Red Wolves have been one of the top teams in the Sun Belt Conference, winning the outright regular-season title for the first time in school history in his first season on the bench. A-State went 22-12 and 14-4 in league play in 2013-14 and earned the No. 1 seed entering the conference tournament at the end of the year. The team advanced to the SBC championship for just the second time in school history and made its eighth appearance in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament the season’s end. Kallhoff helped coach sophomore Aundrea Gamble to the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year award in his first season and the Red Wolves saw their offensive production rise by nearly 13 points per game upon his arrival. The 2013-14 squad won the second most games in school history (22) and scored the eighth most in program history (107) on March 5 on it’s to clinching the SBC regularseason title. Kallhoff (Pronounced: Call-Off) joins the staff after spending the previous season as an assistant coach at Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas where he helped coach the Lady Cardinals to their seventh National Junior College Athletic Association Women’s Basketball Championship. TVCC finished the year with a 36-1 record. Prior to his time at Trinity Valley Community College, Kallhoff spent fours at Hill College in Hillsboro, Texas, where he served as the head coach of the Lady Rebels. In his first year he coached Hill College to a conference runner-up finish and helped the Lady Rebels advance to the Region V Tournament. He was

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named the North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference Co-Coach of the Year in his final season at Hill College and led the Lady Rebels to the Region V semifinals. The 201112 squad finished 27-5 and was co-conference champions. Kallhoff was named as one of the nation’s top and up coming Junior College Coaches by Women’s Basketball Insider publication. In his time at Hill, Kallhoff coached three All-Americans, four All-Region V selections, 16 NTJCAC All-Conference selections, one NTJCAC Player of the Year, two NTJCAC Defensive Players of the Year and one NTJCAC Freshman of the Year. His teams were also named Academic All-American teams on three separate occasions. He spent one season serving as the head women’s basketball coach and assistant athletic director at Allen County Community College in Iola, Kan., prior to his time at Hill College where the Red Devils achieved a 3.1 overall team grade point average under his tenure. He also coached a player to a Jayhawk

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field goal percentage. In 2000, he earned AllRegion IX athletic and academic honors at Northeast Nebraska Community College after averaging 14 points per game. After Northeast, Kallhoff spent a redshirt season at Southern Utah, where the team advanced to the first round of the NCAA Tournament. He completed his playing career at Bemidji State where he was a two-year starter, and in his senior season led the nation (NCAA Division II) in assist/turnover ratio. In 2003, Kallhoff graduated from Bemidji State University in Bemidji, Minn., earning a bachelor’s degree in mass communication with an emphasis in public relations, advertising and electronic media. While at Bemidji State, he represented the university as a chairman for the Special Olympics and the United Way Foundation. Additionally, Kallhoff was involved with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Kallhoff and his wife, Josie, have a six-yearold daughter, Camden, and a one-year old son, Caylix.

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East All-Conference selection. Kallhoff also spent time as the men’s assistant basketball at Seward County Community College in Liberal, Kan., where the Saints made the Region VI tournament and had every sophomore move on to a four-year university, with three signing with Division I institutions. After graduating from college, Kallhoff spent three years as the men’s assistant basketball coach at Allen County. From 2003-06, he helped lead the Allen County basketball program to two berths in the Region VI Tournament. In his three seasons, Kallhoff coached four Jayhawk East All-Conference selections, two NJCAA All-Region VI picks and one JUCO All-American. A native of Norfolk, Neb., Kallhoff’s career as a player began in 1998, when he was tabbed the Northeast Nebraska High School Player of the Year at Norfolk Catholic High School. He began his collegiate career at Iowa Central Community College where he led the NJCAA Division II Iowa Region in three-point


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Sonja Tate

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Assistant Coach • ird Season

Sonja Tate returned to Arkansas State prior to the 2012-13 season, and serves as an assistant coach on the A-State Women's Basketball staff. Now entering her third season as a coach at A-State, the accolades have continued to pour in for the former standout Arkansas player. On March 8, 2013 Tate became the first Arkansas State women's player in any sport to be inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame after an outstanding career in both the collegiate and professional ranks. In her two seasons on the bench, the Red Wolves have gone 37-27 and captured the out-right Sun Belt Conference regular-season title for the first time in school history in 2013-14. The team captured the No. 1 seed in the SBC Tournament for the first-time in school history and advanced to the championship for just the second time in school history. The squad went on to make its ninth appearance in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament and amassed the second most wins in school history with 22. Tate helped the Red Wolves increase their scoring average by nearly 13 points per game in 2013-14 and helped coach the team into a 44 percent field goal percentage, a rise from the previous season as well. She also serves as the recruiting coordinator and has helped the Red Wolves two of the top signing classes in each of the last two seasons. Arguably the best basketball player to ever don an A-State jersey, Tate, who played at AState from 1990-93, remains at the top of the A-State record books in six statistical categories. With 2,312 points, she remains the career scoring leader in both women’s and men’s basketball at Arkansas State. Tate also holds the single-season scoring record at AState with 820 points during the 1992-93

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season and owns the top-five single game scoring performances at A-State. She remains the only A-State women’s player to have scored 40 or more points in a single game, a feat she accomplished five times, including a 50-point performance against LouisianaLafayette during the 1992-93 season. Tate connected on 95 three-pointers during the 1992-93 season, an A-State record that still stands. She also holds the single-season rebounding record with 327 boards, is third on the all-time rebounding charts with 1,006, and is the career steals leader with 402. She also owns the top-two single-season steal records with 125 steals during the 1992-93 season and 114 thefts in 1991-92. She remains the only player in ASU history to record a quadruple double, finishing with 29 points, 14 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals in an 86-59 victory at Mississippi Valley State Jan. 27, 1993. Later that season, she led A-State to a 67-54 win over SMU in the finals and earned MVP honors in the National Women’s

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WNBA career with the Minnesota Lynx, where she was a three-year starter. During her time with the Lynx, she led the team in minutes played, assists and steals and was among the top-three rebounders on the team. She also played professionally in France, Russia, Spain, and with the American Basketball League. Most recently, she was head women’s basketball coach at William A. Hough High School in Charlotte, N.C., leading a program that did not exist prior to 2010 to a two-year record of 37-19 following the 2011-12 season. Tate directed Hough to the North Carolina State Playoffs in both of her seasons as head coach. Tate earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education and Health from Arkansas State in 1996 and her Master’s of Education from A-State in 2005.

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Invitation Tournament. Following her freshman season, she was named Co-Newcomer of the Year in the American South Conference. She earned AllAmerican South Conference honors as a sophomore and All-Sun Belt Conference honors as a junior and a senior. Prior to her senior season, she was named preseason first-team All-America by Dick Vitale’s Basketball Magazine and following the season was named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year and a Kodak All-American. She was also an All-American track and field athlete while at A-State, and remains in the top-10 in A-State history in six events. She set the school record in the heptathlon in 1994 with 5,247 points, a mark that remains at No. 2 today. She was inducted into the A-State Hall of Honor in 2004, two years after finishing her


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Aisha Stewart

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Assistant Coach • First Season

Aisha Stewart is entering her first season as an assistant coach for the Arkansas State women’s basketball team. Stewart has nine years of coaching experience, including six within the Sun Belt at South Alabama where she coached from 2008 until 2014. She served as one of the Jaguars’ academic coordinators while also taking part in recruiting trips, preparing scouting reports and one on one shooting instruction with student-athletes. Her time at South Alabama saw the Jaguars claim 95 victories, including a 21-11 record in her first season in 2008-09. Stewart was responsible for helping South Alabama become the Sun Belt’s leader in scoring defense at 52.8 percent in 2011-12, a stat that also ranked 11th in the nation. Under Stewart’s tutelage, seven players were named to the Sun Belt’s All-Conference teams, including Mary Nixon and Masna El who each earned third-team selections in 2011-12 and 2012-13. She guided Sarda Peterson into the school’s career leader in 3pointers made from 2009-12 and helped Siedah Banks to second place on South Alabama’s career free throw percentage list. In her six years as an assistant coach at South Alabama, the team ranked either first or second in the league in defensive field goal percentage and scoring defense in four of those years. She was also responsible for the recruitment and development of Rachel Cumbo, who led the Sun Belt in 3-point field goal percentage this past year. As the team’s academic coordinator liaison, Stewart sent 18 student-athletes to the All-Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll (GPA 3.0 and above) and had seven make the Sun Belt Conference’s Commissioners List (GPA 3.5 and above).

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Before her time at South Alabama, she spent two seasons at South Carolina State as an assistant coach where she handled both administrative and coaching duties. Prior to joining the South Carolina State staff, Stewart spent one season as an assistant coach at Allen County Community College in Iola, Kan. She helped guide the Lady Red Devils to a 19-12 overall record and 11-7 record in KJCCC play, the team’s best record in nearly a decade. She is a 2004 graduate of Catawba (N.C.) College where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology and received her master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from South Carolina State in 2008. Stewart played at Catawba College where she set a school record in 3-pointers made and led her team to back-to-back conference titles. She is a native of Topeka, Kan., and attended Highland Park High School.

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Director of Operations • First Season

Renae Shippy begins her first season as the Arkansas State women's basketball Director of Operations. Shippy’s primary responsibility will be to serve as the team's travel coordinator. In addition, she will handle all facility scheduling and arrange community service and promotion engagements for the staff and team, assist in the team’s social media efforts and coordinate the team’s meals when on the road. Shippy spent the past season as a graduate assistant coach at Central Missouri, helping the Jennies to a 26-5 mark and a berth in the NCAA Division II Central Regional Tournament that included a 82-69 over Northern State in the opening round. During her one season on the bench she helped coach the Jennies to a 75.8 points per game average, the third-best in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association and 41st nationally. Prior to joining the Jennies’ coaching staff, Shippy played at Central Missouri where she was named a team captain during her senior season. In her final season she scored a career-high 18 points against Southwest Baptist and had a career three-point field goal percentage of .364. During the 2012 season, she served as a student assistant for the Central Missouri volleyball team. She graduated in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and will be pursuing a master’s degree in Sports Administration at Arkansas State.

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SUN BELT CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 2013-14

SBC Champions

The 2013-14 season saw Arkansas State claim a second regular season Sun Belt Conference championship and its first outright SBC championship in program history. A-State clinched the title with a history 107-57 victory over Louisiana-Monroe on March 5. The 107 points were tied for the fourth most in school history and the most since 2002-03. The Red Wolves were wire-to-wire champions for the first time in school history and beat every team in the league at least once on its way to the championship. AState carried the momentum in the SBC Tournament defeating both ULM and Texas State in convincing fashion. In the championship game against Western Kentucky, the Red Wolves held a lead late but ultimately fell by one point to deny Arkansas State its first NCAA Tournament berth. As a result of winning the regular season championship, the Arkansas State received an automatic bid into the WNIT Postseason tournament. It was the ninth overall appearance for A-State in the tournament.

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Players in the Pros

SONJA TATE

ADRIANNE DAVIE

RUDY SIMS

ASHLEY OLVERA

1999 WNBA Draft, Lynx 2nd Round

2007 WNBA Camp Connecticut Sun

2007 WNBA Pre Draft Camp

Elizur Natanya Israel

RED WOLVES IN THE PROS Arkansas State has a rich history when it comes to sending players to the professional ranks. The Red Wolves have sent players to the WNBA, ABL, Israel, Spain, France, Russia and other parts of Europe. The most noteable of A-State pro alumni is current assistant coach Sonja Tate who played in multiple countries overseas, in the ABL and later in the WNBA for the Minnesota Lynx. Tate’s career spanned four countries and two professional leagues in the United States. To date, she is the only Arkansas State women’s basketball to have played in the WNBA. The Red Wolves have continued to produce talent that is covetted around the world. Most recently Ashley Olvera, who played at Arkansas State from 2011-13, signed to play professionaly in Isarel, joining former forward Shay Scott as the last two Red Wolves to continue their careers overseas. Scott played at A-State from 2008-11 and signed to play after the conclusion of her senior season. In 2007, a pair of A-State greats were invited to the WNBA Pre-Draft Camp in Cleveland, Ohio. Adrianne Davie and Rudy Sims were each invited to the camp that offered coaches and general managers from all 13 WNBA teams an opportunity to evaluate the top young players from around the world in advance of the 2007 WNBA Draft. Davie was later invited to the Connecticut Sun’s training camp but was let go before the start of the 2007 WNBA season. Tanisha Johnson, who lettered in 1999 and 2000, also spent time overseas in several professionaly leagues in the early part of the century. Julia Hagood took part in the WNBA Pref-Draft camp in 2000 and was part of the USA Team Trials in Colorado Spring, Colorado in the summer of 1999. Tate also took part in the USA Trials prior to the start of the start of her senior season in the early 1990s.

SHAY SCOTT

TANISHA JOHNSON

JULIE HAGOOD

Played in Israel

Played in Europe

Team USA Trials

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A-STATE IN THE WNIT

the game with a big run to snatch away

• Arkansas State made its ninth appearance

A-State’s first ever SBC crown and NCAA 

in the Women’s National Invitation Tourna-

bid.

ment and its fifth under head coach Brian ANOTHER ONE FOR THE MANTLE

Boyer. • The Red Wolves have an all-time record of

• Aundrea Gamble and Jane Morrill were each named to the SBC All-Tournament team

12-8 in the WNIT. • It was A-State’s first appearance in the WNIT since the 2006-07 season and its first

after their performances in the event. • Gamble led the Red Wolves by averaging 19

since the tournament expanded to 64

points and 10.3 rebounds over the three

teams.

games, including back-to-back double-

• It was the first-time that Arkansas State has gotten the automatic bid from the Sun Belt

doubles in the semifinals and finals. • Morrill averaged 8.7 points and 3.3

Conference to be in the WNIT. All of its

rebounds during the tournament, including

other appearance were at-large bids.

14 points in the SBC finals.

OH SO CLOSE

MOST GAMES PLAYED

• Arkansas State narrowly missed out on

• Arkansas State played 34 games in 2013-14

securing its first NCAA Tournament berth

tying the record for the most games played

after falling to Western Kentucky by one

in a single season. The previous mark was

point in the Sun Belt Conference Tourna-

set during the 2006-07 year.

ment finals. • The Red Wolves led throughout most of the game and held a 14-point lead in the second half, but the Lady Toppers ended

A-STATE COLLECTS SBC POSTSEASON AWARDS • Sophomore guard Aundrea Gamble become just the third player in A-State history to earn Sun Belt Conference Player of the Years when the league announced its postseason award March 11. • Gamble is the first player since Shyla Tucker (1993-94) to earn the POY award. She was also an SBC First-Team All-Conference selection.

2013-14 Seaon Notes

• A-State head coach Brian Boyer was named the SBC’s Coach of the Year for the third time in his career (2003-04, 2004-05). • Boyer became the fourth coach in Sun Belt history to win the Coach of the Year award at least three times, joining former Brian Boyer led the Red Wolves to their 22nd apperance in the Sun Belt Conference tournamet.

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• Jane Morrill was also named as an SBC Second-Team pick for the third time in her career.

• It is the first time since 2002-03 that A-State has won an SBC title. That year’s team won a share of the East Division title. • This is the first that the Red Wolves have won the overall SBC crown and clinched the

COLLEGESPORTSMADNESS.COM SBC ALLCONFERENCE • CollegeSportsMadness.com named Brian

No. 1 seed heading into the conference tournament.

Boyer as the Sun Belt Conference Coach of

20-WIN REGULAR SEASON

the Year when it announced its postseason

• A-State closed out the regular season with a

awards on its website March 11. • Aundrea Gamble was named as First-Team selection, while Jane Morrill was a SecondTeam pick and Jalen O’Bannon was chosen to the Fourth-Team. CHAMPIONS IN THE CLASSROOM • The Arkansas State women’s basketball team has not only been champions on the court this past season, but also in the class

90-49 victory over Louisiana-Lafayette March 8 and finished the regular season with a 20-10 overall record. • This was just the Red Wolves’ second 20win regular season in school history. The last time it was done was in 1992-93 when Arkansas State won the NWIT. • This was the 10th, 20-win season in school history.

room as well and was awarded the Sun 

CLOSING IT OUT IN STYLE

Belt’s Team Academic award.

• Arkansas State closed out the regular

• Jessica Flanery and Carlisha Wyatt were

season with a pair of dominating

named to the SBC’s Commissioner’s List for

performances at home to clinch the regular

having a GPA of 3.50 or higher.

season SBC title.

• Hanna Qedan, Carlette Wyatt, Jasmine Hunt,

• A-State defeated ULM 107-57 and then

Khadija Brown-Haywood and Jane Morrill were named to the SBC’s Academic Honor Roll for having GPA’s of 3.0 or higher. MOST WINS SINCE...... • A-State’s 22 victories are the most since the squad went 22-19 in 1993-94. • The school record for wins is 25, which the Red Wolves have achieved twice (91-92 & 92-93). REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPS • Arkansas State finished the regular season as the outright Sun Belt Conference regular-season champions for the first time in school history.

Jessica Flanery, JR., Guard

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defeated the Ragin’ Cajuns 90-49 for a

over ULM March 5 to give him 137 for his

combined margin of victory of 91 points,

career.

the second largest combined margin over a

• The former record of 135 was by former La.

two game period in program history.

Tech head coach Leon Barrmore and

• The largest combined margin of victory

current FIU head coach Cindy Russo.

over a two-game period is 98 points during the 1996-97 season when the Red Wolves

SCHOOL RECORD FOR SBC WINS

defeated Lamar by 56 points and then

• Arkansas State’s 14 Sun Belt Conference victories this season are tied for the most in

defeated ULL by 42.

school history during its history in the ONE HOWL OF A PERFORMANCE • With the SBC regular-season title on the

league. • Arkansas State’s most victories during a

line, the Arkansas State women’s basketball

single season in any league is 15, which is

team turned one of the best performances

twice as a member of the AWISA.

in the last decade to clinch the championship with a 107-57 victory over

DID YOU KNOW?

ULM March 8.

• Aundrea Gamble ranks in the top-10 in nine

• The 107 are tied for the fourth most in

statistical categories in the Sun Belt

school history for an A-State women’s team

Conference, while ranking in the top 15 in

in a single and were the most since

12 categories.

Arkansas State scored 111 against Morris Brown in 2002-03. That was also the last the Red Wolves team scored 100 points in a game. • The 50 point victory was also tied for the 9th largest margin of victory in school

MORRILL JOINS ELITE CLUB • Arkansas State senior forward Jane Morrill became the 13th player in school history to record 1,000 points and 500 rebounds in a career on Jan. 8.

history. • Jane Morrill tied a Convocation Center record by going a perfect 8-for-8 from the field in the game and finished the night with 19 points. She is one of just six A-State players to go perfect from the field (min. 5

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attempts) during a game in the Convocation Center and 8-for-8 is tied for the most makes/attempts while staying perfect during a game. BOYER SETS NEW SBC RECORD • Brian Boyer is now the all-time leader for the most Sun Belt Conference wins in league history after the Red Wolves victory

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Arkansas State 2013-14 Season Results RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL (22-12) (14-4) (8-8)

HOME (12-2) (8-1) (4-1)

DATE Nov. 11 Nov. 15 Nov. 19 Nov. 22 Nov. 25

TIME 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:30 p.m.

OPPONENT Missouri State at Austin Peay UT Martin Kent State at Lousiana Tech

SCORE 79-61 79-69 66-75 92-61 91-68

RESULT W W L W W

Nov. 28 Nov. 29 Nov. 30 Dec. 12 Dec. 18 Dec. 21 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 4 Jan. 8 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 18 Jan. 25

2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Noon 7:05 p.m. Noon 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 4:30p.m. 3:05 p.m.

North Carolina Illinois Arizona State at Wichita State Tenessee Tech at UCA at Texas A&M *at UTA *at Texas State *Troy *South Al. *Georgia State *at WKU *UALR

60-93 54-70 66-69 47-66 90-75 73-61 62-80 66-62 87-71 74-65 73-60 74-76 67-64 77-45

Jan. 29

5:15 p.m.

*at ULM

Feb. 1 Feb. 5 Feb. 8 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 March 1 March 5 March 8 March 12 March 14 March 15 March 21

5:15 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. Noon Noon 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

*at Troy *WKU *at Georgia St. *at USA *at ULL *UTA *Texas State *at UALR *ULM *ULL !ULM !Texas State !WKU ^UTEP

AWAY (9-6) (6-3) (3-3)

NEUTRAL (1-4) (0-0) (1-4)

ATTEND. 1109 525 894 1098 1132

POINTS  (30) Gamble (22) Morrill (30) Gamble (15) Qedan (26) Qedan

L L L L W W L W W W W L W W

934 730 934 1244 2011 495 4172 1412 1606 891 1217 855 2523 2017

(15) O’Bannon (20) O’Bannon (23) Gamble (17) Gamble (28) Gamble (21) Gamble (17) Gamble (21) Morrill (26) Gamble (20) Morrill (18) Qedan (24) Gamble (20) Gamble (27) Gamble

80-68

W

912

65-83 78-75 80-75 71-58 76-77 73-46 74-55 55-64 107-57 90-49 78-69 59-48 60-61 64-74

L Wot W W L W W L W W W W L L

1186 1276 613 2396 369 1017 1357

(15) Morrill (15) Qedan (12) O’Bannon (25) Gamble (22) Morrill (20) Gamble (24) Gamble (19) Gamble (24) Gamble (16) Morrill (30) Gamble (18) Morrill (21) O’Bannon (20) Gamble (20) Gamble (23) Gamble

1076 1533

4500

2013-14 Results

All games

REBOUNDS (10) Gamble (9) Wyatt (9) O’Bannon (8) O’Bannon (8) Gill (8) Gamble (8) Gamble (12) O’Bannon (6) O’Bannon (8) Gamble (7) Wyatt (7) Gamble (8) Hunt (8) Morrill (7) Wyatt (17) O’Bannon (8) Gill (11) Qedan (7) Gamble (7) O’Bannon (7) Morrill (7) Gamble (7) Wyatt (11) Wyatt (11) Wyatt (11) O’Bannon (10) O’Bannon (12) O’Bannon (7) Gamble (12) O’Bannon (9) Wyatt (8) Wyatt (8) Gamble (8) Gamble (11) Wyatt (13) Gamble (8) O’Bannon

* = Conference game ! = Sun Belt Tournament Game ^ = WNIT

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY HOME AWAY NEUTRAL TOTAL

GAMES 14 15 5 34

TOTALS 16351 23085 2598 42034

AVG/GAME 1168 1539 520 1236

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Overall Shooting Statistics GP-GS Min FG% 3PT% FT% R/G A/G STL BLK PTS/G -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------24 Gamble, Aundrea 34-34 35.9 .497 .357 .763 6.5 4.2 72 13 18.9 11 Morrill, Jane 34-34 26.3 .457 .365 .690 3.7 1.0 30 13 12.3 02 Qedan, Hanna 33-33 31.5 .444 .414 .910 3.4 2.0 39 21 10.5 04 O'Bannon, Jalen 34-15 23.4 .469 .308 .633 6.6 1.4 32 21 10.4 44 Wyatt, Carlisha 33-19 19.0 .486 .000 .627 5.4 0.7 12 6 5.5 05 Gill, Brittney 34-22 21.0 .363 .200 .596 3.3 1.1 40 10 5.1 21 Flanery, Jessica 32-1 7.6 .422 .371 .556 0.8 0.2 7 1 3.3 23 Hunt, Jasmine 33-0 8.0 .462 .000 .521 1.5 0.5 11 4 3.3 12 Ruffins, Jamie 34-11 16.6 .406 .000 .512 1.9 1.6 28 1 2.3 03 Brown-Haywood, Khadi 29-0 7.0 .204 .156 .615 1.1 0.4 8 0 1.1 13 Fowler, Brittany 18-0 4.7 .222 .143 .846 0.3 0.2 0 0 1.1 34 Wyatt, Carlette 17-1 6.1 .208 .167 .000 1.4 0.5 0 1 0.7 32 Pipkins, Aundrea 13-0 2.9 .250 .000 .625 0.7 0.1 0 1 0.7 15 Oliver, Dominique 11-0 3.1 .167 .333 .286 0.5 0.2 0 0 0.5 TM TEAM 34-0 0.0 .000 .000 .000 3.5 0.0 0 0 0.0 Total 34 .443 .339 .682 38.6 13.3 279 92 73.1 Opponents 34 .421 .347 .705 34.4 11.5 220 71 66.2

Overall Scoring Statistics GP FG-FGA FG% 3FG-FGA 3PT% FT-FTA FT% PTS PTS/G ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Gamble, Aundrea 34 218-439 .497 41-115 .357 164-215 .763 641 18.9 Morrill, Jane 34 165-361 .457 27-74 .365 60-87 .690 417 12.3 Qedan, Hanna 33 110-248 .444 55-133 .414 71-78 .910 346 10.5 O'Bannon, Jalen 34 129-275 .469 4-13 .308 93-147 .633 355 10.4 Wyatt, Carlisha 33 69-142 .486 0-1 .000 42-67 .627 180 5.5 Gill, Brittney 34 70-193 .363 7-35 .200 28-47 .596 175 5.1 Flanery, Jessica 32 38-90 .422 26-70 .371 5-9 .556 107 3.3 Hunt, Jasmine 33 42-91 .462 0-0 .000 25-48 .521 109 3.3 Ruffins, Jamie 34 28-69 .406 0-3 .000 22-43 .512 78 2.3 Brown-Haywood, Khadi 29 10-49 .204 5-32 .156 8-13 .615 33 1.1 Fowler, Brittany 18 4-18 .222 1-7 .143 11-13 .846 20 1.1 Wyatt, Carlette 17 5-24 .208 2-12 .167 0-4 .000 12 0.7 Pipkins, Aundrea 13 2-8 .250 0-0 .000 5-8 .625 9 0.7 Oliver, Dominique 11 1-6 .167 1-3 .333 2-7 .286 5 0.5 Total 34 891-2013 .443 169-498 .339 536-786 .682 2487 73.1 Opponents 34 817-1941 .421 155-447 .347 462-655 .705 2251 66.2

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Overall Rebounding Statistics GP MIN OFF DEF TOT PF FO A TO A/TO HI ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Gamble, Aundrea 34 1221 86 136 222 62 1 144 106 1.4 30 Morrill, Jane 34 895 40 87 127 49 0 33 45 0.7 22 Qedan, Hanna 33 1038 32 79 111 79 1 66 59 1.1 26 O'Bannon, Jalen 34 794 76 149 225 113 7 49 89 0.6 21 Wyatt, Carlisha 33 626 83 96 179 66 1 22 47 0.5 14 Gill, Brittney 34 715 51 60 111 97 4 36 46 0.8 12 Flanery, Jessica 32 244 6 21 27 22 0 6 15 0.4 18 Hunt, Jasmine 33 264 24 26 50 42 0 15 21 0.7 17 Ruffins, Jamie 34 565 12 53 65 64 0 55 40 1.4 10 Brown-Haywood, Khadi 29 203 9 23 32 16 0 12 9 1.3 5 Fowler, Brittany 18 85 0 6 6 8 0 4 8 0.5 5 Wyatt, Carlette 17 103 9 14 23 18 0 8 15 0.5 5 Pipkins, Aundrea 13 38 3 6 9 6 0 1 3 0.3 4 Oliver, Dominique 11 34 3 3 6 8 0 2 3 0.7 3 Total 34 6825 481 830 1311 650 14 453 524 0.9 107 Opponents 34 6825 403 767 1170 697 12 390 582 0.7 93

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Overall Scoring Statistics GP FG-FGA FG% 3FG-FGA 3PT% FT-FTA FT% PTS PTS/G ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Gamble, Aundrea 18 111-222 .500 20-62 .323 96-124 .774 338 18.8 Morrill, Jane 18 98-205 .478 16-40 .400 39-53 .736 251 13.9 Qedan, Hanna 18 66-139 .475 34-77 .442 34-37 .919 200 11.1 O'Bannon, Jalen 18 68-149 .456 1-6 .167 48-81 .593 185 10.3 Wyatt, Carlisha 18 38-71 .535 0-0 .000 15-27 .556 91 5.1 Gill, Brittney 18 40-109 .367 4-17 .235 9-15 .600 93 5.2 Flanery, Jessica 17 24-56 .429 16-45 .356 1-4 .250 65 3.8 Hunt, Jasmine 17 22-51 .431 0-0 .000 10-23 .435 54 3.2 Ruffins, Jamie 18 10-30 .333 0-1 .000 15-27 .556 35 1.9 Brown-Haywood, Khadi 14 7-25 .280 4-16 .250 7-11 .636 25 1.8 Fowler, Brittany 10 4-9 .444 1-3 .333 2-3 .667 11 1.1 Wyatt, Carlette 7 4-12 .333 2-9 .222 0-1 .000 10 1.4 Pipkins, Aundrea 8 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 4-6 .667 8 1.0 Oliver, Dominique 7 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 1-3 .333 1 0.1 Total 18 494-1084 .456 98-277 .354 281-415 .677 1367 75.9 Opponents 18 422-1011 .417 81-229 .354 226-326 .693 1151 63.9

Overall Rebounding Statistics GP MIN OFF DEF TOT PF FO A TO A/TO HI ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Gamble, Aundrea 18 36.4 36 72 108 27 1 84 60 1.4 30 Morrill, Jane 18 26.7 25 49 74 28 0 21 20 1.1 22 Qedan, Hanna 18 31.1 19 49 68 39 0 30 30 1.0 21 O'Bannon, Jalen 18 23.6 51 83 134 54 2 26 42 0.6 15 Wyatt, Carlisha 18 20.1 50 54 104 40 1 15 30 0.5 13 Gill, Brittney 18 21.1 28 34 62 54 3 14 22 0.6 12 Flanery, Jessica 17 8.2 3 14 17 14 0 2 9 0.2 18 Hunt, Jasmine 17 7.8 12 7 19 16 0 10 9 1.1 17 Ruffins, Jamie 18 6.2 7 25 32 28 0 26 17 1.5 10 Brown-Haywood, Khadi 14 6.3 5 7 12 9 0 7 5 1.4 5 Fowler, Brittany 10 3.7 0 3 3 3 0 1 5 0.2 5 Wyatt, Carlette 7 5.0 2 8 10 4 0 2 5 0.4 5 Pipkins, Aundrea 8 2.6 2 2 4 3 0 1 1 1.0 4 Oliver, Dominique 7 2.7 0 2 2 3 0 1 0 0.0 1 Total 18 261 447 708 322 7 240 261 0.9 107 Opponents 18 201 397 598 364 6 190 321 0.6 83

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2013-14 SBC Stats

GP-GS Min FG% 3PT% FT% R/G A/G STL BLK PTS/G -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------24 Gamble, Aundrea 18-18 36.4 .500 .323 .774 6.0 4.7 42 9 18.8 11 Morrill, Jane 18-18 26.7 .478 .400 .736 4.1 1.2 17 9 13.9 02 Qedan, Hanna 18-18 31.1 .475 .442 .919 3.8 1.7 24 11 11.1 04 O'Bannon, Jalen 18-5 23.6 .456 .167 .593 7.4 1.4 22 14 10.3 44 Wyatt, Carlisha 18-13 20.1 .535 .000 .556 5.8 0.8 6 6 5.1 05 Gill, Brittney 18-6 21.1 .367 .235 .600 3.4 0.8 21 3 5.2 21 Flanery, Jessica 17-0 8.2 .429 .356 .250 1.0 0.1 2 1 3.8 23 Hunt, Jasmine 17-0 7.8 .431 .000 .435 1.1 0.6 5 2 3.2 12 Ruffins, Jamie 18-11 16.2 .333 .000 .556 1.8 1.4 12 0 1.9 03 Brown-Haywood, Khadi 14-0 6.3 .280 .250 .636 0.9 0.5 7 0 1.8 13 Fowler, Brittany 10-0 3.7 .444 .333 .667 0.3 0.1 0 0 1.1 34 Wyatt, Carlette 7-1 5.0 .333 .222 .000 1.4 0.3 0 1 1.4 32 Pipkins, Aundrea 8-0 2.6 .500 .000 .667 0.5 0.1 0 1 1.0 15 Oliver, Dominique 7-0 2.7 .000 .000 .333 0.3 0.1 0 0 0.1 Total 18 .456 .354 .677 39.3 13.3 158 57 75.9 Opponents 18 .417 .354 .693 33.2 10.6 118 34 63.9


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SCORE BY PERIODS: 1st 2nd OT Total -----------------------------------------------------------------Arkansas State 1167 1309 11 2487 Opponents 1054 1189 8 2251

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TEAM STATISTICS A-State OPP -----------------------------------------------------------------SCORING 2487 2251 Points per game 73.1 66.2 Scoring margin +6.9 FIELD GOALS-ATT 891-2013 817-1941 Field goal pct .443 .421 3 POINT FG-ATT 169-498 155-447 3-point FG pct .339 .347 3-pt FG made per game 5.0 4.6 FREE THROWS-ATT 536-786 462-655 Free throw pct .682 .705 F-Throws made per game 15.8 13.6 REBOUNDS 1311 1170 Rebounds per game 38.6 34.4 Rebounding margin +4.1 ASSISTS 453 390 Assists per game 13.3 11.5 TURNOVERS 524 582 Turnovers per game 15.4 17.1 Turnover margin +1.7 Assist/turnover ratio 0.9 0.7 STEALS 279 220 Steals per game 8.2 6.5 BLOCKS 92 71 Blocks per game 2.7 2.1 WINNING STREAK 0 Home win streak 7 ATTENDANCE 16351 25683 Home games-Avg/Game14-1168 15-1539 Neutral site-Avg/Game 5-520

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Team Arkansas State WKU UALR Texas State Troy Georgia State UL Lafayette UL Monroe South Alabama UT Arlington

Conference 14-4 13-5 12-6 12-6 8-10 8-10 7-11 7-11 6-12 3-15

Pct. .778 .722 .667 .667 .444 .444 .389 .389 .333 .167

2013-14 All-Sun Belt Conference Team First Team All-Sun Belt Conference Taylor Gault (UALR, Jr., G) Aundrea Gamble (Arkansas State, RS-So., G) Ashleigh Simmons (UL Monroe, Sr., F) Joanna Harden (Troy, Sr., G) Chastity Gooch (WKU, Jr., F) Second Team All-Sun Belt Conference Jane Morrill (Arkansas State, Sr., F) Desherra Nwanguma (UT Arlington, Sr., C) Ashley Ezeh (Texas State, Sr., C) Ashley Beverly-Kelley (Troy, So., G) Kendall Noble (WKU, Fr., G) Third Team All-Sun Belt Conference Taylor Ford (UALR, Sr., G) Kendra Long (Georgia State, Sr., G) Brooklyn Arceneaux (UL Lafayette, So., G) Meghan Dunn (South Alabama, Sr., G) Micah Jones (WKU, So., G)

Overall 22-12 24-9 18-12 16-16 12-18 12-19 14-16 11-20 8-20 4-25

Pct. .647 .727 .600 .500 .400 .387 .467 .355 .286 .138

H 12-2 11-3 13-1 10-5 9-6 7-6 9-6 8-6 7-7 3-11

A 9-6 8-5 4-10 5-11 3-11 5-11 5-9 3-10 1-12 1-14

N 1-4 5-1 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-4 0-1 0-0

2014 SBC Tournament • New Orleans, La. First Round Game 1: A-State 78, UL Monroe 69 Game 2: Texas State 78, Georgia State 44 Game 3: Western Kentucky 67, UL Lafayette 61 Game 4: Arkansas-Little Rock 66, Troy 54 Semfinals A-State 59, Texas State 48 Western Kentucky 66, Arkansas-Little Rock 62 Finals Western Kentucky 61, A-State 60 2014 SBC All-Tournament Team Taylor Gualt (UALR, Jr, G.) Jane Morrill (Arkansas State, Sr., F) Aundrea Gamble (Arkansas State, RS-So., G) Kendall Noble (WKU, Fr., G) Micah Jones (WKU, So., G) Most Outstanding Player Chastity Gooch (WKU, Jr., F)

Player of the Year Aundrea Gamble (Arkansas State, RS-So., G) Defensive Player of the Year Chastity Gooch (WKU, Jr., F) Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year Kendall Noble (WKU, Fr., G) Coach of the Year Brian Boyer, Arkansas State

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2013-14 SUN BELT CONFERENCE TEAM STATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE G 1. Troy 30 2. Arkansas State 34 3. WKU 33 4. UL Monroe 31 5. Georgia State 31 6. UL Lafayette 30 7. Texas State 32 8. UT Arlington 29 9. South Alabama 28 10. UALR 30

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SCORING DEFENSE 1. UALR 2. WKU 3. UL Lafayette 4. Arkansas State 5. Texas State 6. South Alabama 7. UT Arlington 8. Georgia State 9. UL Monroe 10. Troy

W-L 12-18 22-12 24-9 11-20 12-19 14-16 16-16 4-25 8-20 18-12

Pts Avg/G 2412 80.4 2487 73.1 2412 73.1 2180 70.3 2082 67.2 1929 64.3 2050 64.1 1773 61.1 1699 60.7 1819 60.6

G 30 33 30 34 32 28 29 31 31 30

Pts Avg/G 1753 58.4 2123 64.3 1978 65.9 2251 66.2 2124 66.4 1922 68.6 2068 71.3 2265 73.1 2307 74.4 2463 82.1

SCORING MARGIN 1. WKU 2. Arkansas State 3. UALR 4. UL Lafayette 5. Troy 6. Texas State 7. UL Monroe 8. Georgia State 9. South Alabama 10. UT Arlington

G Offense DefenseMargin 33 73.1 64.3 +8.8 34 73.1 66.2 +6.9 30 60.6 58.4 +2.2 30 64.3 65.9 -1.6 30 80.4 82.1 -1.7 32 64.1 66.4 -2.3 31 70.3 74.4 -4.1 31 67.2 73.1 -5.9 28 60.7 68.6 -8.0 29 61.1 71.3 -10.2

FREE THROW PCT 1. WKU 2. Troy 3. Georgia State 4. UT Arlington 5. South Alabama 6. UL Monroe 7. Arkansas State 8. UALR 9. UL Lafayette 10. Texas State

G 33 30 31 29 28 31 34 30 30 32

FTM 518 481 429 429 390 487 536 361 429 517

FTA 714 668 609 612 566 709 786 553 665 805

Pct .725 .720 .704 .701 .689 .687 .682 .653 .645 .642

FG PERCENTAGES 1. Georgia State 2. UALR 3. Arkansas State 4. UL Monroe 5. WKU 6. South Alabama 7. UT Arlington 8. Troy 9. UL Lafayette 10. Texas State

G 34 32 32 27 32 31 32 31 35 31

FGM 804 759 811 652 735 759 834 796 906 692

FGA 1909 1775 1886 1516 1701 1750 1898 1791 2031 1546

Pct .421 .428 .430 .430 .432 .434 .439 .444 .446 .448

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FG 3FG FT PointsAvg/G 258 49 189 754 25.1 218 41 164 641 18.9 237 21 111 606 18.4 162 29 104 457 15.2 150 0 139 439 14.6 150 0 91 391 13.5 137 0 113 387 13.3 133 40 89 395 13.2 133 56 80 402 13.0 125 52 61 363 13.0 151 0 82 384 12.8 165 27 60 417 12.3 114 14 100 342 11.0 121 59 38 339 10.9 101 74 50 326 10.9 117 56 56 346 10.5 110 55 71 346 10.5 102 1 99 304 10.5 129 4 93 355 10.4 127 5 75 334 10.4 90 35 99 314 10.1 94 57 89 334 10.1 116 0 71 303 10.1 78 33 82 271 10.0 87 51 60 285 9.8 105 14 69 293 9.8 127 6 32 292 9.7 92 0 55 239 9.6 111 29 42 293 9.5 103 0 53 259 9.3

REBOUNDING GP 1. Gooch, C.-WKU 33 2. Logan, B.-GSU 25 3. Nwanguma, D.-UTA29 4. Robertson, R.-USA 28 5. Garrett, R.-TROY 30 6. Simmons, A.-ULM 30 7. Walker, B.-UTA 29 8. O'Bannon-A-State34 9. Gamble, A.-A-State34 10. James, S.-UALR 30 11. Clark, K.-UALR 30 12. Ezeh, A.-TXST 30 13. Peoples, E.-TXST 32 14. Beverly A.-TROY 30 15. Wyatt, C.-A-State33 16. Te'o, A.-UTA 29 17. Pope, T.-UTA 28 18. Bowie, B.-TROY 30 19. Arceneaux,B.-ULL29 20. Mills,J.-ULL 24

Off 102 89 88 68 84 75 69 76 86 71 53 62 60 54 83 49 59 34 76 59

Def Total Avg/G 196 298 9.0 130 219 8.8 159 247 8.5 165 233 8.3 153 237 7.9 156 231 7.7 135 204 7.0 149 225 6.6 136 222 6.5 117 188 6.3 132 185 6.2 117 179 6.0 128 188 5.9 114 168 5.6 96 179 5.4 107 156 5.4 90 149 5.3 125 159 5.3 76 152 5.2 61 120 5.0

FIELD GOAL PCT GP FG 1. Gerrin, Hayley-GSU 20 54 2. Simmons, Ashleigh-ULM 30 150 3. Nwanguma, D.-UTA 29 150 4. Gooch, Chastity-WKU 33 237

FGA 101 281 290 463

Pct .535 .534 .517 .512

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FIELD GOAL PCT DEF G 1. UALR 30 2. Texas State 32 3. UT Arlington 29 4. WKU 33 5. Troy 30 6. UL Monroe 31 7. South Alabama 28 8. Georgia State 31 9. Arkansas State 34 10. UL Lafayette 30

FGM 588 741 689 750 863 797 708 812 817 665

FGA 1504 1871 1734 1859 2118 1928 1694 1937 1941 1571

Pct .391 .396 .397 .403 .407 .413 .418 .419 .421 .423

5. Gamble, Aundrea-A-State34 6. Brooks, Sharnice-ULM 31 7. Logan, Brittany-GSU 25 8. Noble, Kendall-WKU 31 9. O'Bannon, Jalen-A-State34 10. Morrill, Jane-A-State 34 11. Clark, Kiera-UALR 30 12. James, Shanity-UALR 30 13. Walker, Briana-UTA 29 14. Robertson, R.-USA 28 15. Qedan, Hanna-A-State 33

218 98 92 114 129 165 127 116 137 103 110

439 198 186 237 275 361 280 256 304 230 248

.497 .495 .495 .481 .469 .457 .454 .453 .451 .448 .444

3-POINT FG PCT 1. South Alabama 2. Arkansas State 3. WKU 4. Troy 5. UL Monroe 6. UT Arlington 7. Georgia State 8. UALR 9. UL Lafayette 10. Texas State

G 28 34 33 30 31 29 31 30 30 32

3FGM 181 169 174 195 135 122 159 60 152 149

3FGA 511 498 518 601 417 399 523 214 543 546

Pct .354 .339 .336 .324 .324 .306 .304 .280 .280 .273

3-POINT FG PCT DEF. G 1. South Alabama 28 2. UALR 30 3. Troy 30 4. UT Arlington 29 5. WKU 33 6. UL Lafayette 30 7. Texas State 32 8. Georgia State 31 9. UL Monroe 31 10. Arkansas State 34

3FGM 129 101 167 164 156 111 141 182 166 155

3FGA 460 337 546 527 497 351 442 542 484 447

Pct .280 .300 .306 .311 .314 .316 .319 .336 .343 .347

ASSISTS 1. Andrews, Alisha-GSU 2. Gamble, Aundrea-A-State 3. Ford, Taylor-UALR 4. Tugler, Elexar-ULM 5. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 6. Martin, Kaylan-TXST 7. Noble, Kendall-WKU 8. Jones, Micah-WKU 9. Long, Kendra-GSU 10. Tugler, Alexar-ULM 11. Harden, Joanna-TROY 12. Williams, Chauntandr-UTA 13. Suleiman, Laila-UTA 14. Dunn, Meghan-USA 15. Pope, Tahlia-UTA

GP 31 34 30 31 30 31 31 33 31 31 30 22 29 28 28

No. 142 144 114 112 105 105 96 97 88 85 81 56 72 69 67

Avg/G 4.6 4.2 3.8 3.6 3.5 3.4 3.1 2.9 2.8 2.7 2.7 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.4

REBOUNDING OFFENSE 1. Troy 2. UT Arlington 3. Georgia State UL Monroe 5. Arkansas State 6. Texas State 7. WKU 8. UL Lafayette South Alabama 10. UALR

G 30 29 31 31 34 32 33 30 28 30

GP FT 33 71 29 60 33 89 28 60 30 89 30 104 30 189 31 99 29 91 27 82 31 80 34 164 30 69 31 80 28 61

FTA 78 70 105 71 106 124 230 122 113 102 100 215 91 106 83

Pct .910 .857 .848 .845 .840 .839 .822 .811 .805 .804 .800 .763 .758 .755 .735

REBOUNDING DEFENSE 1. UALR 2. Arkansas State 3. WKU 4. UT Arlington 5. UL Monroe 6. South Alabama 7. Georgia State 8. UL Lafayette 9. Texas State 10. Troy

G ReboundsAvg/G 30 1000 33.3 34 1170 34.4 33 1204 36.5 29 1070 36.9 31 1185 38.2 28 1102 39.4 31 1240 40.0 30 1208 40.3 32 1349 42.2 30 1528 50.9

No. 76 72 72 59 58 51 51 45 33 46 45 35

Avg/G 2.5 2.3 2.1 1.9 1.8 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.4 1.3

ReboundsAvg/G 1301 43.4 1174 40.5 1247 40.2 1247 40.2 1311 38.6 1204 37.6 1232 37.3 1080 36.0 1008 36.0 1050 35.0

FREE THROW PCT 1. Qedan, Hanna-A-State 2. Suleiman, Laila-UTA 3. Jones, Micah-WKU 4. Cumbo, Rachel-USA 5. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 6. Gault, Taylor-UALR 7. Harden, Joanna-TROY 8. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST 9. Nwanguma, D.-UTA 10. Hall, Breanna-USA 11. Long, Kendra-GSU 12. Gamble, A.-A-State 13. Ford, Taylor-UALR 14. Martin, Kaylan-TXST 15. Dunn, Meghan-USA

STEALS 1. Noble, Kendall-WKU 2. Andrews, Alisha-GSU 3. Gamble, Aundrea-A-State 4. Long, Kendra-GSU 5. Peoples, Erin-TXST 6. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 7. Martin, Kaylan-TXST 8. Harden, Joanna-TROY Wilridge,Kia-ULL 10. Nolan, Kayla-GSU 11. Gooch, Chastity-WKU 12. Dunn, Meghan-USA

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2013-15 SUN BELT CONFERENCE TEAM STATISTICS BLOCKED SHOTS 1. Troy 2. WKU 3. UL Monroe 4. Arkansas State 5. UALR 6. Texas State 7. UT Arlington 8. South Alabama 9. Georgia State 10. UL Lafayette

G 30 33 31 34 30 32 29 28 31 30

No. 125 109 100 92 81 84 71 58 62 25

Avg/G 4.2 3.3 3.2 2.7 2.7 2.6 2.4 2.1 2.0 0.8

ASSISTS 1. UL Monroe 2. WKU 3. Arkansas State 4. Troy 5. Georgia State 6. UALR 7. UT Arlington 8. Texas State 9. South Alabama 10. UL Lafayette

G 31 33 34 30 31 30 29 32 28 30

No. 436 456 453 397 402 388 339 353 271 274

Avg/G 14.1 13.8 13.3 13.2 13.0 12.9 11.7 11.0 9.7 9.1

STEALS 1. Troy 2. WKU 3. UL Lafayette 4. Georgia State 5. Arkansas State 6. Texas State 7. UL Monroe 8. South Alabama 9. UALR 10. UT Arlington

G 30 33 30 31 34 32 31 28 30 29

No. 297 317 256 261 279 241 189 158 169 159

Avg/G 9.9 9.6 8.5 8.4 8.2 7.5 6.1 5.6 5.6 5.5

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. Troy 2. UL Monroe 3. UL Lafayette 4. Arkansas State 5. UT Arlington 6. Georgia State 7. WKU 8. Texas State 9. UALR 10. South Alabama

G 30 31 30 34 29 31 33 32 30 28

No. 460 456 425 481 404 431 423 400 355 278

Avg/G 15.3 14.7 14.2 14.1 13.9 13.9 12.8 12.5 11.8 9.9

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. Troy 2. UT Arlington 3. Georgia State 4. South Alabama 5. UL Monroe 6. Texas State 7. WKU 8. Arkansas State 9. UALR 10. UL Lafayette

G 30 29 31 28 31 32 33 34 30 30

No. 841 770 816 730 791 804 809 830 695 655

Avg/G 28.0 26.6 26.3 26.1 25.5 25.1 24.5 24.4 23.2 21.8

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30 29 30

37 35 36

1.2 1.2 1.2

3-POINT FG PCT GP 3FG 3FGA 1. Shin, Jae-ULM 29 31 76 2. Merriex, Janette-UALR 31 45 116 3. Elie, Icelyn-MT 33 34 92 4. Goodwin, Loryn-NT 30 65 177 5. Nixon, Mary-USA 26 26 71 6. Gault, Taylor-UALR 33 39 109 7. DEMPSEY, Latavia-FAU 29 42 120 8. Okde, Sylvana-ULL 30 73 211 9. McCoy, Laura-NT 30 55 160 10. Qedan, Hanna-ASU 30 37 109 11. Dunn, Meghan-USA 30 45 139 12. Jones, Kortni-MT 33 86 267 13. Beverly-K.-TROY 31 33 103 .320 14. SMITH, Kimberly-FAU 29 46 154 15. Reynolds, Camille-USA 27 28 95

Pct .408 .388 .370 .367 .366 .358 .350 .346 .344 .339 .324 .322

3-POINT FG MADE GP 1. Cumbo, Rachel-USA 28 2. Tugler, Alexar-ULM 31 3. Qedan, Hanna-A-State 33 4. Jones, Micah-WKU 33 5. Dunn, Meghan-USA 28 6. Bowie, Brooke-TROY 30 7. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 30 8. Gamble, Aundrea-A-State34 9. Suleiman, Laila-UTA 29 10. Okde,Sylvana-ULL 30 11. McGee, Bianca-WKU 33 12. Hall, Breanna-USA 27 13. Long, Kendra-GSU 31 14. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST 31 15. Harden, Joanna-TROY 30

3FG 3FGA 48 103 59 127 55 133 57 140 52 129 54 148 40 110 41 115 51 144 74 219 56 174 33 104 56 178 35 120 49 173

PCT .466 .465 .414 .407 .403 .365 .364 .357 .354 .338 .322 .317 .315 .292 .283

3-POINT FG MADE 1. Okde,Sylvana-ULL 2. Tugler, Alexar-ULM 3. Dunn, Meghan-USA 4. Long, Kendra-GSU 5. Bowie, Brooke-TROY 6. Suleiman, Laila-UTA 7. Jones, Micah-WKU 8. Cumbo, Rachel-USA 9. McGee, Bianca-WKU 10. Qedan, Hanna-A-State 11. Harden, Joanna-TROY 12. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 13. Gordon,Jaylyn-ULL 14. Andrews, Alisha-GSU 15. Hall, Breanna-USA

GP 30 31 28 31 30 29 33 28 33 33 30 30 30 31 27

3FG 74 59 52 56 54 51 57 48 56 55 49 40 37 38 33

Avg/G 2.5 1.9 1.9 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.6 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.2

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. Gooch, Chastity-WKU 2. Johnson, Jennifer-USA 3.Nwanguma, Desherra-UTA

GP 33 27 29

No. 47 35 37

Avg/G 1.4 1.3 1.3

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DEFENSIVE REB PCT. G 1. UALR 30 2. Arkansas State 34 3. South Alabama 28 4. WKU 33 5. Georgia State 31 6. UL Monroe 31 7. UT Arlington 29 8. Texas State 32 9. UL Lafayette 30 10. Troy 30

D-Reb 695 830 730 809 816 791 770 804 655 841

O-Reb D-Reb 315 .688 403 .673 365 .667 407 .665 431 .654 420 .653 410 .653 429 .652 365 .642 556 .602

OFFENSIVE REB PCT. G 1. Arkansas State 34 2. UT Arlington 29 3. UL Monroe 31 4. Georgia State 31 5. WKU 33 6. UALR 30 7. UL Lafayette 30 8. Troy 30 9. Texas State 32 10. South Alabama 28

O-Reb 481 404 456 431 423 355 425 460 400 278

D-Reb O-Reb 767 .385 660 .380 765 .373 809 .348 797 .347 685 .341 843 .335 972 .321 920 .303 737 .274

3-POINT FG MADE 1. Troy 2. South Alabama 3. WKU 4. Georgia State 5. UL Lafayette 6. Arkansas State 7. Texas State 8. UL Monroe 9. UT Arlington 10. UALR

G 30 28 33 31 30 34 32 31 29 30

No. 195 181 174 159 152 169 149 135 122 60

Avg/G 6.5 6.5 5.3 5.1 5.1 5.0 4.7 4.4 4.2 2.0

REBOUNDING MARGIN 1. Arkansas State 2. UT Arlington 3. UL Monroe 4. UALR 5. WKU 6. Georgia State 7. South Alabama 8. UL Lafayette 9. Texas State 10. Troy

G 34 29 31 30 33 31 28 30 32 30

Team 1311 1174 1247 1050 1232 1247 1008 1080 1204 1301

Avg 38.6 40.5 40.2 35.0 37.3 40.2 36.0 36.0 37.6 43.4

REBOUNDING MARGIN 1. Arkansas State 2. UT Arlington 3. UL Monroe 4. UALR 5. WKU 6. Georgia State 7. South Alabama 8. UL Lafayette 9. Texas State 10. Troy

Opp 1170 1070 1185 1000 1204 1240 1102 1208 1349 1528

Avg. Margin 34.4 +4.1 36.9 +3.6 38.2 +2.0 33.3 +1.7 36.5 +0.8 40.0 +0.2 39.4 -3.4 40.3 -4.3 42.2 -4.5 50.9 -7.6

2013-14 SUN BELT CONFERENCE INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 4. Emerson, Kristen-TROY 5. Brooks, Sharnice-ULM 6. Bowie, Brooke-TROY 7. Fohne, Hannah-UALR 8. Ezeh, Ashley-TXST Mayfield, Jamila-GSU 10. James, Shanity-UALR 11. Garrett, Ronita-TROY 12. Shaw, Jasmine-ULM 13. Logan, Brittany-GSU 14. Qedan, Hanna-A-State 15. O'Bannon, Jalen-A-State

29 31 30 27 30 20 30 30 31 25 33 34

28 28 26 23 24 16 21 20 20 16 21 21

1.0 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. Logan, Brittany-GSU 2. Gooch, Chastity-WKU 3. Nwanguma, Desherra-UTA 4. Garrett, Ronita-TROY 5. Arceneaux,Brooklyn-ULL 6. Gamble, Aundrea-A-State 7. Wyatt, Carlisha-A-State 8. Simmons, Ashleigh-ULM 9. Mills,Jasmin-ULL 10. Robertson, Ronneka-USA 11. Walker, Briana-UTA 12. James, Shanity-UALR 13. O'Bannon, Jalen-A-State 14. Gerrin, Hayley-GSU 15. Pope, Tahlia-UTA

GP 25 33 29 30 29 34 33 30 24 28 29 30 34 20 28

No. 89 102 88 84 76 86 83 75 59 68 69 71 76 44 59

Avg/G 3.6 3.1 3.0 2.8 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.2 2.2 2.1

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. Gooch, Chastity-WKU 2. Robertson, Ronneka-USA 3. Nwanguma, Desherra-UTA 4. Simmons, Ashleigh-ULM Logan, Brittany-GSU 6. Garrett, Ronita-TROY 7. Walker, Briana-UTA 8. Clark, Kiera-UALR 9. O'Bannon, Jalen-A-State 10. Bowie, Brooke-TROY 11. Gamble, Aundrea-A-State Peoples, Erin-TXST 13. James, Shanity-UALR Ezeh, Ashley-TXST 15. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY

GP 33 28 29 30 25 30 29 30 34 30 34 32 30 30 30

No. 196 165 159 156 130 153 135 132 149 125 136 128 117 117 114

Avg/G 5.9 5.9 5.5 5.2 5.2 5.1 4.7 4.4 4.4 4.2 4.0 4.0 3.9 3.9 3.8

MINUTES PLAYED GP 1. Suleiman, Laila-UTA 29 2. Harden, Joanna-TROY 30 3. Gamble, Aundrea-A-State 34 4. Dunn, Meghan-USA 28 5. Ford, Taylor-UALR 30 6. Beverly-Kelley, A.-TROY 30 7. Clark, Kiera-UALR 30 8. Gooch, Chastity-WKU 33 9. Shaw, Jasmine-ULMSR 31 10. Qedan, Hanna-A-State 33

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TOP A-STATE SCORING PERFORMANCES IN A SINGLE GAME 1. Sonja Tate, vs. SW Louisiana........................................................................................................50 (1992-93) 2. Sonja Tate, vs. Texas- Pan American ........................................................................................44 (1992-93) 3. Sonja Tate, vs. Western Kentucky ..............................................................................................42 (1992-93) 3. Sonja Tate, vs. Texas- Pan American ........................................................................................42 (1990-91) 5. Sonja Tate, vs. Marquette ..............................................................................................................40 (1992-93) 6. Adrianne Davie, vs. La.-Monroe..................................................................................................38 (2006-07) 7. Shyla Tucker, vs. South Alabama................................................................................................37 (1993-94) 8. Sonja Tate, vs. Miss. Valley State ................................................................................................36 (1990-91) 9. Vicki Romine, vs. Mo. Kansas City ............................................................................................36 (1987-88) T10. Sonja Tate, vs. Murray State....................................................................................................35 (1991-92) T10. Evevetta Crawford, vs. Mississippi ......................................................................................35 (1994-95) T12. Adrianne Davie, vs. South Alabama ....................................................................................34 (2006-07) T12. Marie Wilford, vs. Miss. Co. All-Stars ..................................................................................34 (1974-75) T12. Shyla Tucker, vs. Alcorn State ................................................................................................34 (1992-93)

TOP A-STATE TEAM PERFORMANCES IN A SINGLE GAME Most Points Scored ..........................................................................................................124 vs. Lamar, 1997-98 Fewest Points Scored ......................................................................................29 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1988-89 Most Points Allowed......................................................................................114 vs. Memphis State, 1974-75 Fewest Points Allowed..........................................................................19 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 1975-76 Widest Margin of Victory ....................................................................69 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 1997-98 Widest Margin of Defeat ..............................................................................79 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1988-89 Most Field Goal Attempts..........................................................................89 vs. Arkansas College, 1974-75 Most Field Goals Made....................................................................................46 vs. South Alabama, 1991-92 Highest Field Goal Pct ............................................................................................63.2 vs, UT-Martin 2011-12 Most Free Throw Attempts ..................................................................58 vs. Western Kentucky, 1993-94 Most Free Throws Made..........................................................................41 vs. Western Kentucky, 1993-94 Highest Free Throw Pct ..........................................................................1.000 at Iowa (11-of-11), 2004-05 Most Rebounds ........................................................................................75 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 1975-76 Most Assists ..........................................................................................................................46 vs. Lamar, 1997-98 Most Steals................................................................................................27 vs. Northeast Louisiana, 1991-92 Most Three-pointers ............................15 vs. South Alabama, 1997-98; vs. Morris Brown, 2002-03 Most Blocked Shots..................................................................................10 vs. Mississippi College, 1987-88

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TOP A-STATE TEAM PERFORMANCES IN A SEASON Most Games Played..........................................................................................................34, 2006-07 & 2013-14 Most Wins ..................................................................................................25, 1992-93 (25-8); 1991-92 (25-7) Longest Winning Streak ........................................................................................................14 games, 1992-93 Highest Winning Percentage ............................................................................................781, 1991-92 (25-7) Most Losses ..............................................................................................................................18, 2002-03 (12-18) Longest Losing Streak................................................................................................................7 games, 1982-83 Lowest Winning Percentage ............................................................................................................200, 1974-75 Most Points Scored ..................................................................................................2,487 (34 games), 2013-14 Highest Scoring Average ..................................................................................................................81.3, 1997-98 Highest Field Goal Pct ........................................................................................................................448, 1985-86 Highest Free Throw Percentage................................................................................................704, 1999-2000 Most Steals ..............................................................................................................................................407, 1992-93 Most Blocked Shots ..............................................................................................................................129, 2009-10 Longest Winning Streak to Start Season ......................................................................7, 1999-00, 2003-04

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TOP A-STATE INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES IN A SEASON Most Points Scored ......................................................................................................820, Sonja Tate, 1992-93 Highest Scoring Average ..........................................................................................24.8, Sonja Tate, 1992-93 Most Field Goal Attempts...........................................................................................670, Sonja Tate, 1992-93 Most Field Goals Made ..............................................................................................282, Sonja Tate, 1992-93 Highest Field Goal Pct ..................................................................................................582, Eva Brehe, 1987-88 Most Free Throw Attempts ..............................................................................306, Nicole Wilkett, 1991-92 Most Free Throws Made ...................................................................................195, Nicole Wilkett, 1991-92 Most Consecutive Free Throws Made ..................................................................34, Amy Towne, 1997-98 Highest Free Throw Pct........................................................................................910, Hanna Qedan, 2013-14 Most Rebounds ..............................................................................................................327, Sonja Tate, 1992-93 Most Assists ...................................................................................................................167, Beth Penn, 1986-87 Most Steals ......................................................................................................................125, Sonja Tate, 1992-93 Most Blocked Shots .............................................................................................63, Chiquita Tucker, 2001-02

Ali Carter (2003-07) is tied for the highest field goal percentage ever by an AState player.

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Most Points Scored ................................................50, Sonja Tate vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 1992-93 Most Field Goal Attempts ..................................34, Vicki Romine vs. Missouri-Kansas City, 1987-88; ................................................................................Marie Wilford vs. Mississippi County All-Stars, 1974-75 Most Field Goals Made .....................................................19, Sonja Tate vs. UT-Pan American, 1992-93 Highest Field Goal Pct. (min. 10 attempts) .............933, Sue Jayroe vs. Henderson State, 1979-80 Most Free Throw Attempts .............................29, Sonja Tate vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 1992-93; ......................................................................................................Shyla Tucker vs. Western Kentucky, 1993-94 Most Free Throws Made.............................................18, Shyla Tucker vs. Western Kentucky, 1993-94 Highest FT Pct. (min. 10 attempts) ............1.000, Aundrea Gamble vs WKU (11-11), Feb. 5, 2014 ..................................................................................................Shyla Tucker vs. Alcorn State (12-12) 1992-93 .........................................................................................................Beth Penn vs. Evansville (12-12), 1986-87; .......................................................................................Eva Brehe vs. Mississippi College (11-11), 1988-89; .........................................................................................................Zennia Hayes vs. Arkansas College (10-10); .........................................................................Danielle Featherston vs. Central Florida (10-10), 1993-94; ................................................................................Adrianne Davie at New Mexico State (10-10), 2004-05; .........................................................................................................................Ali Carter at FIU (10-10), 2004-05; .............................................................................................................Jazmine Taylor vs. ULM (10-10), 2008-09 Most 3-point Field Goals Made.............9, Danielle Featherston vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 1992-93 ..........................................................................................................9, Danielle Featherston vs. Lamar, 1993-94 Most Rebounds ..........................................................................23, Sue Jayroe vs. Arkansas Tech, 1976-77 Most Assists ..................................................................................................18, Beth Penn vs. Lamar, 1984-85 Most Steals .................................................................10, Sonja Tate vs. Mississippi Valley State,1992-93 Most Blocked Shots ....................................................................7, Kim Davis at New Orleans, 1999-2000


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MOST POINTS IN A CAREER 1. Sonja Tate, 1990-93 ...............................................2,312 2. Shyla Tucker, 1991-94 ........................................1,989 3. Adrianne Davie, 2003-2007 ..............................1,978 4. Julie Hagood, 1997-2000 ....................................1,840 5. Rudy Sims, 2003-2007 ........................................1,664 6. Keeshia Evans, 1998-2001 ................................1,538 7. Jane Morrill, 2010-2013 ......................................1,529 8. Danielle Featherston, 1993-96 ........................1,391 9. Charlotte Fields, 1984-86, 1988 ......................1,323 10. Shay Scott, 2007-11 ............................................1,320 11. Sue Jayroe, 1977-80............................................1,304 12. NeNe Hurt, 2008-2011-12 ..............................1,262 13. Beth Penn, 1984-8 ..............................................1,223 14. Eva Brehe, 1986-89 ............................................1,163 15. Michelle Horton, 1982-85 ................................1,152 16. Nicole Wilkett, 1991-92 ....................................1,139 17. Ebonie Jefferson, 2006-10................................1,096 18. Zennia Hayes, 1987-90......................................1,074 19. Amber Abraham 2001-06 ................................1,033 20. Ali Carter, 2002-2007 .......................................1,030 21. Quintella Jackson, 1984-87 .............................1,025 22. Evevetta Crawford, 1994-95 ..............................995 23. Rae-Anne Smith, 1999-2002 ..............................991 24. Loretta Jamieson, 1981-84 ..................................969 25. Martha Higgins, 1979-1981 ..............................913

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MOST POINTS IN A SINGLE SEASON 1. Sonja Tate, 1992-93...................................................820 2. Adrianne Davie, 2006-07 ......................................707 3. Nicole Wilkett, 1991-92 ........................................680 4. Aundrea Gamble, 2013-14 ............................641 5. Shyla Tucker, 1993-94 ............................................620 6. Shyla Tucker, 1992-93 ............................................591 7. Sonja Tate, 1991-92 ..................................................587 8. Julie Hagood, 1999-2000 ........................................526 9. Rudy Sims, 2006-07 ..................................................523 Julie Hagood, 1998-99 ............................................523 MOST REBOUNDS IN A CAREER 1. Adrianne Davie, 2003-07 ..................................1,147 2. Sue Jayroe, 1977-80 ..............................................1,055 3. Sonja Tate, 1990-93 ..............................................1,006 4. Shay Scott, 2007-11 .................................................958 5. Shyla Tucker, 1991-94 ............................................907 6. Jolie McKeirnan, 2000-2003 .................................905 7. Eva Brehe, 1986-89 ..................................................716 8. Charlotte Fields, 1984-86, 1988 ........................707 9. Michelle Horton, 1982-85.......................................645 10. Lyndsay Schlup, 2006-10 ...................................638 11. Keeshia Evans, 1998-2001 .................................624 12. Zennia Hayes, 1987-90 .........................................593 13. Quintella Jackson, 1984-87 ................................590 14. NeNe Hurst, 2008-2011-12 ................................580 15. Karen Carlew, 1975-78 ........................................578 16. Loretta Jamieson, 1981-84 ................................565 17. Martha Higgins, 1979-81 ...................................555 18. Jane Morrill, 2010-13 ............................................549 19. LaTanya Jones, 1994-97 .......................................501 20. Julie Hagood, 1997-2000......................................484 21. Quiniahi McDowell, 2009-2013 ........................460 22. Evevetta Crawford, 1994-95 ...............................456 23. Chiquita tucker, 2001-02 ....................................450

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24. Melissa Young, 1987-88 .......................................448 25. Ebonie Jefferson, 2006-10 ...................................442 MOST REBOUNDS IN A SINGLE SEASON 1. Sonja Tate, 1992-93 ..................................................327 2. Adrianne Davie, 2004-05 ......................................326 3. Adrianne Davie, 2005-06 ......................................294 4. Shay Scott, 2010-11 .................................................291 5. Adrianne Davie, 2006-07 ........................................289 6. Shyla Tucker, 1993-94..............................................287 7. Sue Jayroe, 1979-80 ................................................285 8. Jolie McKeirnan, 2002-03 .......................................268 9. Sue Jayroe, 1978-79 ................................................265 10. Sue Jayroe, 1977-78 ..............................................257 11. Quintella Jackson, 1986-87..................................251 12. Jolie McKeirnan, 2001-02 ....................................250 13. Lyndsay Schlup, 2009-10 .....................................248 13. Sue Jayroe, 1976-77 ..............................................248 15. Jolie McKeirnan, 2000-01 ....................................247 MOST ASSISTS IN A CAREER 1. Rudy Sims, 2003-07 .................................................548 2. Beth Penn, 1984-87 ..................................................479 3. Crystal Tausan, 1993-96 .........................................473 4. Sonja Tate, 1990-93 ..................................................370 5. Keeshia Evans, 1997-01 .........................................351 6. Julie Hagood, 1997-00..............................................341 7. Jazmine Taylor, 2007-11 .........................................300 8. Debbie Balentine, 1976-79 ...................................299 9. NeNe Hurst, 2008-2011-12 ..................................287 10. Casie Lowman, 2000-03 .......................................273 11. Dana Holsten, 1989-92 .........................................265 12. Tia Kemp, 1995-97 .................................................264 13. Shyla Tucker, 1991-94 ..........................................252 14. Ashley Olvera, 2011-13 ........................................222 15. Caroline Starr, 2005-09.........................................207 16. Danielle Featherston, 1993-96 ..........................204 17. Shelly Spears, 1988-89..........................................180 18. Amber Abraham 2002-06 ....................................179 19. Kellina Bradshaw, 1998-99 .................................168 20. Barbara Wilburn, 1985-86, 1988-89...............160 21. Ali Carter, 2003-07..................................................159 22. Brittney Hiles, 2006-09.........................................156 23. Ebonie Jefferson, 2006-10....................................156 24. LaTanya Jones, 1994-97........................................155 25. Amy Towne, 1997-98 ............................................145 MOST ASSISTS IN A SINGLE SEASON 1. Beth Penn, 1986-87...................................................167 2. Rudy Sims, 2006-07 .................................................159 3. Rudy Sims, 2004-05 .................................................156 4. Rudy Sims, 2005-06 .................................................153 5. Crystal Tausan, 1992-93 .........................................147 6. Aundrea Gamble, 2012-13 ............................144 7. Crystal Tausan, 1993-94 .........................................129 Beth Penn, 1984-85 ..................................................129 9. Keeshia Evans, 1999-2000 .....................................123 Beth Penn, 1985-86 ..................................................123 11. Kathy Dyess, 1996-97............................................122 12. Ashley Olvera, 2011-13 ........................................119 13. Julie Hagood, 1999-2000......................................115 14. Crystal Tausan, 1995-96.......................................115 15. Sonja Tate, 1991-92 ...............................................114

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MOST THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED IN A CAREER 1. Danielle Featherston, 1993-96 ............................699 2. Amber Abraham, 2001-06......................................605 3. Sonja Tate, 1990-03 ..................................................530 4. Julie Hagood, 1997-00..............................................486 5. Ali Carter, 2003-07 ....................................................446 6. Rudy Sims, 2004-07 ..................................................442 7. Caroline Starr, 2006-09............................................431 8. NeNe Hurst, 2008-12................................................407 9. Meghan Lewis, 2009-12 ..........................................403 10. Casie Lowman, 2000-03 ......................................332 11. Keeshia Evans, 1998-01........................................322 12. Amy Towne, 1997-98.............................................322 13. Shyla Tucker, 1991-94 ...........................................306 14. Natalie Goodall, 2000-01......................................297 15. Rae-Anne Smith, 1999-02....................................297 16. Vicki Romine, 1997-98..........................................288 17. Hanna Qedan, 2011-Present ......................259 17. Tia Kemp, 1995-97 .................................................242 MOST THREE-POINTERS MADE IN A SINGLE SEASON 1. Sonja Tate, 1992-93 ....................................................95 2. Danielle Featherston, 1995-96.................................76 3. Amy Towne, 1997-98 .................................................74 4. Amber Abraham, 2005-06..........................................71 5. Amber Abraham, 2002-03..........................................71 6. Amy Towne, 1996-97 ..................................................63 7. Julie Hagood, 1999-2000 ...........................................60 8. Danielle Featherston, 1994-95.................................58 9. Danielle Featherston, 1993-94................................58 10. Vicki Romine, 1987-88.............................................58 11. Natalie Goodall, 2000-01.........................................56 12. Hanna Qedan, 2013-14 ..................................55 13. Rudy Sims, 2006-07 .................................................54 14. Ali Carter, 2004-05 ...................................................53 15. Julie Hagood, 1997-98 .............................................52 Caroline Starr, 2007-08 ...........................................52 MOST THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED IN A SINGLE SEASON 1. Sonja Tate, 1992-93 ..................................................263

2. Danielle Featherston, 1995-96 ...........................210 3. Danielle Featherston, 1994-95 ............................193 4. Amber Abraham, 2005-06......................................179 5. Danielle Featherston, 1993-94 ............................179 6. Natalie Goodall, 2000-01 ........................................173 7. Amber Abraham, 2002-03 .....................................170 8. Julie Hagood, 1999-2000 .......................................167 9. Vicki Romine, 1987-88 ............................................164 10. Amy Towne, 1997-98 ............................................161 11. Amy Towne, 1996-97 ............................................161 12. Ali Carter, 2004-05..................................................156 13. Rudy Sims, 2005-06 ...............................................155 13. Caroline Starr, 2008-09 ........................................155 15. Meghan Lewis, 2009-10........................................152 MOST STEALS IN A CAREER 1. Sonja Tate, 1990-93 ..................................................402 2. Crystal Tausan, 1993-96..........................................303 3. Shyla Tucker, 1991-94 .............................................281 4. Rudy Sims, 2003-07 .................................................229 5. NeNe Hurst, 2008-2011-12 ..................................222 6. Julie Hagood, 1997-00..............................................220 7. LaTanya Jones, 1994-97 .........................................211 8. Jazmine Taylor, 2006, 2010-11.............................198 9. Danielle Featherston, 1993-96 ............................185 10. Quinishia McDowell, 2009-2013 ......................177 11. Keeshia Evans, 1998-01 .......................................168 12. Casie Lowman, 2000-03 ......................................168 13. Ebonie Jefferson, 2006-10 ..................................158 14. Rae-Anne Smith, 1999-02 ....................................153 15. Tia Kemp, 1995-97..................................................138 16. Dana Holsten, 1989-92..........................................132 17. Kellina Bradshaw, 1998-99 ................................128 18. Shundra Smith, 1995-96 ......................................118 19. Beth Penn, 1984-87 ..............................................117 20. Charlotte Fields, 1984-86, 98 ............................111 21. Caroline Starr, 2005-09 ........................................110 22. Amy Towne, 1997-98 ............................................109 23. Quintella Jackson, 1984-87 ................................104 24. Zennia Hayes, 1987-90 ........................................101 25. Ashley Olvera, 2011-13 ........................................100 MOST STEALS IN A SINGLE SEASON 1. Sonja Tate, 1992-93 ..................................................125 2. Sonja Tate, 1991-92 ..................................................114 3. Crystal Tausan, 1995-96 ...........................................93 4. Sonja Tate, 1990-91 ....................................................92 5. Shyla Tucker, 1991-92 ................................................82 6. Crystal Tausan, 1993-94 ...........................................80 7. Julie Hagood, 1999-2000 ..........................................78 8. Crystal Tausan, 1992-93 ............................................77 9. Shyla Tucker, 1993-94.................................................73 10. NeNe Hurst, 2010-11................................................74 11. Aundrea Gamble, 2013-14 ............................72 11. Sonja Tate, 1989-90 ..................................................71 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS IN A CAREER 1. Adrianne Davie, 2003-07 ........................................132 2. Shay Scott, 2007-11...................................................103 3. Chiquita Tucker, 2001-02 ..........................................95 4. Zennia Hayes, 1987-90 ...............................................82 5. Charlotte Fields, 1984-86, 1988 ............................80 6. Jazmine Taylor, 2006, 2010-11 ...............................79

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MOST THREE-POINTERS MADE IN A CAREER 1. Amber Abraham, 2001-06......................................242 2. Danielle Featherston, 1993-96 ............................238 3. Julie Hagood, 1997-00..............................................189 4. Sonja Tate, 1990-93 ..................................................183 5. Rudy Sims, 2004-07 ..................................................159 6. Ali Carter, 2003-07 ....................................................149 7. Caroline Starr, 2006-09............................................148 8. Amy Towne, 1997-98 ..............................................137 9. Casie Lowman, 2000-03 ........................................121 10. Meghan Lewis, 2009-12........................................114 11. Keeshia Evans, 1998-01........................................113 12. Vicki Romine, 1997-98..........................................109 12. NeNe Hurst, 2008-12 ............................................109 14. Natalie Goodall, 2000-01 ........................................98 15. Hanna Qedan, 2011-Present ........................97 16. Rae-Anne Smith, 1999-02 ......................................92 17. Shyla Tucker, 1991-94..............................................81


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7. Lyndsay Schlup, 2006-10 ..........................................76 8. Shyla Tucker, 1991-94 ................................................68 9. Kim Davis, 1999-00......................................................60 10. Jolie McKeirnan, 2000-03 .......................................50 11. Jane Morrill, 2010-2013 ..........................................47 12. Tanisha Johnson, 1999-20 .....................................40 13. NeNe Hurst, 2008-Present ....................................39 14. Mozell Cottrell, 1994-95, 97, 99 ..........................38 15. Vanessa Schrock, 2003-05 .....................................36 16.Ashley Anderson, 2005-08......................................35 17. Latrice Taylor, 2000-01 ...........................................35 18. Melissa Young, 1987-88...........................................34 19. Eva Brehe, 1986-89 ...................................................34 20. Sonja Tate, 1990-93 ..................................................32 LaTanya Jones, 1994-97 ........................................32

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MOST BLOCKED SHOTS IN A SINGLE SEASON 1. Chiquita Tucker, 2002 .................................................63 2. Adrianne Dave, 2006-07 ...........................................55 3. Charlotte Fields, 1988.................................................51 4. Kim Davis, 2000 ............................................................39 5. Adrianne Dave, 2005-06 ............................................35 Lyndsay Schlup, 2009-10..........................................35 7. Latrice Taylor, 2001 .....................................................33 8. Chiquita Tucker, 2001 .................................................32 10. Jazmine Taylor, 2010-11..........................................30 Shay Scott, 2009-10 ..................................................30 Zennia Hayes, 1990 ..................................................29 Shyla Tucker, 1993 ....................................................27 Shay Scott, 2008-09 ..................................................27 Shay Scott, 2010-11...................................................27 Charlotte Fields, 1985 .............................................27 17. Michelle Horton, 1985 .............................................26 Jazmine Taylor, 2007-08..........................................26 19. Tanisha Johnson, 1999.............................................25 20. Zennia Hayes, 1989 ...................................................24 Lyndsay Schlup, 2006-07........................................24 YEARLY LEADERS - THREE POINTERS MADE 2013-14 Hanna Qedan ................................................55 2012-13 Hanna Qedan ................................................37 2011-12 Ashley Olvera................................................30 2010-11 Meghan Lewis ..............................................44 2009-10 Meghan Lewis ............................................44 2008-09 Caroline Starr ..............................................43 2007-08 Caroline Starr ..............................................52 2006-07 Rudy Sims ....................................................54 2005-06 Amber Abraham..........................................71 2004-05 Ali Carter ........................................................53 2003-04 Ali Carter ........................................................46 2002-03 Amber Abraham..........................................71 2001-02 Amber Abraham..........................................51 2000-01 Natalie Goodall ............................................56 1999-00 Julie Hagood..................................................60 1998-99 Julie Hagood..................................................49 1997-98 Amy Towne....................................................74 1996-97 Amy Towne .................................................. 63 1995-96 Danielle Featherston ................................76 1994-95 Danielle Featherston ................................58 1993-94 Danielle Featherston ................................58 1992-93 Sonja Tate...................................................... 95 1991-92 Sonja Tate ......................................................38 1990-91 Sonja Tate ......................................................37

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YEARLY LEADERS-THREE POINT PERCENTAGE (Minimum of 40 Attempts) 2013-14 Hanna Qedan ..................55-133 ...........414 2012-13 Jane Morrill..........................20-56 ........ .357 2011-12 Lunden Roberts ................21-58 ........ .362 2010-11 Meghan Lewis..................44-146 ........ .301 2009-10 Quinishia McDowell ........16-40 ........ .400 2008-09 Caroline Starr ..................43-107 ......... .402 2007-08 Caroline Starr ..................52-155 ........ .335 2006-07 Adrianne Davie ..................17-46 ........ .370 2005-06 Amber Abraham ............71-179 ........ .397 2004-05 Rudy Sims ............................39-92 ........ .413 2003-04 Amber Abraham ............41-101 ........ .416 2002-03 Amber Abraham ............71-170 ........ .418 2001-02 Casie Lowman ................46-122 ........ .377 2000-01 Micaela Hopper ................16-42 ........ .381 1999-00 Tanisha Johnson ................40-80 ........ .500 1998-99 Charity Rush ......................16-31 ........ .516 1997-98 Amy Towne ......................74-161 ........ .460 1996-97 Amy Towne ......................63-161 ........ .391 1995-96 Danielle Featherston ....76-210 ........ .362 1994-95 Danielle Featherston ....58-193 ........ .301 1993-94 Danielle Featherston ....58-179 ........ .324 1992-93 Sonja Tate ..........................95-263 ........ .361 1991-92 Sonja Tate............................ 38-94 ........ .404 1990-91 Sonja Tate ..........................37-144 ........ .257 1989-90 Dana Holsten ......................28-96 ........ .292 1988-89 Angie Scheer ....................34-104 ........ .327 1987-88 Vicki Romine....................58-164 ........ .354 1986-87 Vicki Romine....................51-124 ........ .411 TEAM YEARLY THREE POINTERS MADE 2013-14 ......................................169-498 .....................339 2012-13 ......................................106-369 .................. .287 2011-12 ......................................130-498 .................. .261 2010-11 ......................................128-489 .................. .262 2009-10 ......................................106-357 .................. .297 2008-09..........................................91-292 .................. .312 2007-08 ......................................118-428 .................. .276 2006-07 ......................................167-514 .................. .325 2005-06 ......................................188-599 .................. .314 2004-05 ......................................152-448 .................. .339 2003-04 ......................................137-407 .................. .337 2002-03 ......................................177-477 .................. .371 2001-02 ......................................144-431 .................. .334 2000-01 ......................................162-489 .................. .331 1999-00 ......................................199-539 .................. .369 1998-99 ......................................159-486 .................. .327 1997-98 ......................................224-604 .................. .371 1996-97 ......................................182-555 .................. .328 1995-96 ......................................178-540 .................. .330 1994-95 ......................................100-352 .................. .284 1993-94 ......................................110-383 .................. .287 1992-93 ......................................203-575 .................. .353 1991-92..........................................59-214 .................. .276 1990-91..........................................86-300 .................. .287 1989-90..........................................85-246 .................. .346 1988-89..........................................63-216 .................. .292

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1987-88..........................................72-208 .................. .346 1986-87..........................................53-131 .................. .405 Total ............................3,748/11,645 ................ .322

A-STATE’S LOW SCORING PERFORMANCES 29......................at Louisiana Tech (108)..........1988-89 33......................vs. Louisiana Tech (66)...........1988-89 34......................vs Toldeo (34).............................2012-13 3 ........................6at UALR .......................................2010-11 36......................at Oklahoma (93) ......................2007-08 36......................at Louisiana Tech (106)..........1989-90 37......................vs. Arkansas (52).......................1978-79 39......................at UAMonticello (55) ...............1978-79 39......................at BYU, (49) .................................2008-09 A-STATE”S BIGGEST VICTORIES 69 ........vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (110-41)....1997-98 68 ........vs. Lamar (124-56) ...............................1997-98 66 ........vs. Miss. Valley State (101-35) .........2000-01 66 ........vs. Texas-Pan American (107-41)...1997-98 63 ........vs. Morris Brown (111-48)................2002-03 57 ........vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (98-41) ......2000-01 56 ........vs. Lamar (107-51) ...............................1996-97 56 ........vs. UT-Pan American (100-44).........1993-94 53 ........vs. SW Louisiana (99-46) ...................1995-96 53 ........at UT-Pan American (103-50) ..........1987-88 52 ........vs. Texas-Pan American (92-40) .....1989-90 51 ........vs. SW Louisiana (95-44) ...................1996-97 51 ........at Arkansas-Little Rock (90-39)......1975-76 51 ........vs. Philander Smith (92-41)..............1979-80 50 ........vs. Louisiana-Monroe (107-57).......2013-14 50 ........at Texas-Pan American (93-43).......1992-93 50 ........at Texas-Pan American (86-36).......1994-95 49 ........vs. South Alabama (83-34) ................1992-93 A-STATE WORST DEFEATS 79 ..............points at La. Tech (108-29) ..........1988-89 70 ..............points at La. Tech (106-36) ..........1989-90 65 ..............points at Memphis (114-49)........1974-75 63 ..............points at La. Tech (113-50) ..........1987-88

OPPONENTS' LOW SCORES 19-65 ...........vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff................1975-76 31-77 ...........vs. Arkansas Baptist ....................1978-79 32-77 ...........vs. Arkansas-Little Rock ............1975-76 32-62 ...........vs. Nebraska Wesleyan ..............1979-80 32-75 ...........at Philander Smith........................1979-80 37-49 ............vs. Georgia Southern ..................2010-11 38-61 ...........vs. Alabama A&M ..........................2005-06 39-70 ...........vs. North Texas ..............................2005-06

Arguably the best basketball player to ever don an A-State jersey, Sonja Tate (1990-93) remains at the top of the A-State record books in six statistical categories. With 2,312 points, she is the career scoring leader in both women’s and men’s basketball at Arkansas State. Tate also holds the single-season scoring record at A-State with 820 points during the 1992-93 season and owns the top-five single game scoring performances at A-State.

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A-STATE’S TOP SCORING PERFORMANCES 124 ..................................vs. Lamar (56)............1997-98 111 ...................vs. Morris Brown (48)............2002-03 110 ........vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (41) ...........1997-98 110 ......................vs. New Orleans (65)............1996-97 110 ......vs. Missouri-Kansas City (68)............1987-88 107 ............vs Louisiana-Monroe (57)............2013-14 107 ......vs. Texas-Pan American (41) .......... 1997-98 107 ....................................vs. Lamar (51)............1996-97 106 ..................vs. South Alabama (64) .......... 1991-92 105 ......................vs. New Orleans (79)............1997-98 104 ......................vs. Alcorn State (79)............1990-91 103 ........at Texas-Pan American (50)............1987-88 102 at Southwestern Louisiana (63)............1992-93 101..vs. Mississippi Valley State (35)............2000-01 101 ............vs. Nevada-Las Vegas (78)............1998-99 100..................vs. Florida Atlantic (75)............2000-01 100........vs. Texas-Pan American (59)............1996-97 100........vs. Texas-Pan American (44)............1993-94

OPPONENTS' TOP SCORES 114-67 ..........vs. Louisiana Tech ......................1998-99 114-49 ..........at Memphis State ........................1974-75 113-50 ..........at Louisiana Tech ........................1987-88 110-56 ..........vs. Duke ..........................................2005-06 108-51 ..........vs. Memphis State ......................1975-76 108-71 ..........at Delta State ................................1984-85 108-29 ..........at Louisiana Tech ........................1988-89 107-73 ..........at Maine ..........................................1990-91 106-36 ..........at Louisiana Tech ........................1989-90 106-89 ..........at Western Kentucky..................2005-06 104-90 ..........at Western Kentucky..................1997-98 104-59 ..........at Mississippi ..................................982-83 103-88 ..........vs. Western Kentucky ................1997-98 102-73 ..........at Oklahoma ..................................1989-90 101-86 .........at Memphis ....................................1998-99 101-63 ..........at Central Arkansas ....................1983-84 101-80 ..........vs. Memphis State ......................1985-86 100-55 .........at Louisiana Tech..........................1996-97


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Year Player Points Avg. 2013-14........Aundrea Gamble ............641 ..............18.9 2012-13 ............Jane Morrill..................430 ..............14.3 2011-12 ............Jane Morrill..................486 ..............16.2 2010-11 ............NeNe Hurst..................378 ..............11.8 2009-10 ........Ebonie Jefferson ............461 ..............14.9 2008-09 ........Ebonie Jefferson ............343 ..............11.8 2007-08 ........Veronica Smith ..............308 ................9.6 2006-07 ........Adrianne Davie..............707 ..............20.8 2005-06 ........Adrianne Davie..............461 ..............15.4 2004-05 ........Adrianne Davie..............473 ..............14.8 2003-04 ..............Rudy Sims ..................348 ..............12.0 2002-03 ..........Casie Lowman ..............364 ..............12.1 2001-02 ........Rae Anne Smith..............418 ..............14.9 2000-01 ..........Keeshia Evans ..............440 ..............15.7 1999-00............Julie Hagood ................526 ..............17.5 1998-99............Julie Hagood ................523 ..............16.9 1997-98 ............Amy Towne..................493 ..............16.4 1996-97 ............Amy Towne..................405 ..............14.5 1995-96....Danielle Featherston ........420 ..............15.6 1994-95......Evevetta Crawford ..........519 ..............17.3 1993-94............Shyla Tucker ................620 ..............20.0 1992-93 ..............Sonja Tate ..................820 ..............24.8 1991-92 ..........Nicole Wilkett ..............680 ..............21.3 1990-91 ..............Sonja Tate ..................501 ..............17.9 1989-90 ..........Zennia Hayes ................405 ..............15.6 1988-89 ..............Eva Brehe....................398 ..............14.7 1987-88 ........Charlotte Fields..............518 ..............16.7 1986-87 ......Quintella Jackson ............485 ................8.0 1985-86 ..............Beth Penn ..................420 ..............16.8 1984-85 ........Charlotte Fields..............375 ..............15.6 1983-84 ..........Linda Allison ................372 ..............14.3 1982-83 ............Dena Hodge ................272 ..............11.8 1981-82 ..........Linda Allison ................347 ..............15.1 1980-81 ............Gina DiCicco ................351 ..............11.0 1979-80 ..............Sue Jayroe ..................361 ..............12.4 1978-79 ..............Sue Jayroe ..................350 ..............12.1 1977-78 ..........Karen Carlew................397 ..............15.9 1976-77......Karla Birmingham ..........262 ..............13.1 1975-76......Karla Birmingham ..........314 ..............13.7 1974-75 ..........Marie Wilford................146 ..............14.6

Year Player Rebs Avg. 2013-14..........Jalen O’Bannon ..........225 ..................6.6 2012-13..............Jane Morrill ..............161 ..................5.3 2011-12..............Jane Morrill ..............164 ..................5.5 2010-11 ..............Shay Scott ................291 ..................9.1 2009-10..........Lyndsay Schlup ..........248 ..................8.0 2008-09 ..............Shay Scott ................200 ..................6.7 2007-08 ..............Shay Scott ................240 ..................7.5 2006-07..........Adrianne Davie ..........289 ..................8.4 2005-06..........Adrianne Davie ..........294 ..................9.8 2004-05..........Adrianne Davie ..........326 ................10.2 2003-04..........Adrianne Davie ..........238 ..................8.2 2002-03 ........Jolie McKeirnan ..........268 ..................8.9 2001-02 ........Jolie McKeirnan ..........250 ..................9.6 2000-01 ........Jolie McKeirnan ..........247 ..................8.8 1999-00 ........Tanisha Johnson..........229 ..................7.6 1998-99 ........Tanisha Johnson..........212 ..................6.6 1997-98..........Christina Barry ..........120 ..................7.1 1996-97 ..........LaTanya Jones ............182 ..................7.0 1995-96 ..........LaTanya Jones ............197 ..................7.9 1994-95 ......Evevetta Crawford........229 ..................7.6 1993-94 ............Shyla Tucker ............287 ..................9.3 1992-93 ..............Sonja Tate ................327 ..................9.9 1991-92 ..............Sonja Tate ................246 ..................7.7 1990-91 ..............Sonja Tate ................233 ..................8.3 1989-90 ............Zennia Hayes ............207 ..................8.0 1988-89 ..............Eva Brehe ................218 ..................8.1 1987-88 ........Charlotte Fields ..........244 ..................7.9 1986-87........Quintella Jackson ........251 ..................9.3 1985-86 ........Semona Hawkins ........173 ..................6.7 1984-85 ........Charlotte Fields ..........185 ..................7.7 1983-84 ........Charlotte Fields ..........223 ..................8.6 1982-83 ........Michelle Horton ..........159 ..................6.9 1981-82 ........Loretta Jamieson ........171 ..................7.4 1980-81..........Linda Holloway ............99 ..................5.8 1979-80 ..............Sue Jayroe................285 ..................9.8 1978-79 ..............Sue Jayroe................265 ..................9.1 1977-78 ..............Sue Jayroe................257 ................10.3 1976-77..................Sue Hill ..................248 ................12.4 1975-76............Karen Carlew ............241 ................10.5 1974-75 ..............Juli Vaccari ..................62 ................10.3

Adrianne Davie led A-State in rebounding in each of her four seasons and finished as the career leader with 1,147 rebounds.

NeNe Hurst led A-State in scoring during the 2010-11 season with 11.8 points per game.

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FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Year Player Assists Avg. 2013-14 ..........Aundrea Gramble ..........144 ................4.2 2012-13 ..........Ashley Olvera ..................119 ................4.0 2011-12 ..........Ashley Olvera ..................103 ................3.4 2010-11 ..........Jasmine Taylor ................103 ................3.2 2009-10 ..........NeNe Hurst .........................90 ................3.0 2008-09 ..........Jazmine Taylor...................71 ................2.4 2007-08 ..........Jazmine Taylor...................99 ................3.1 2006-07 ..........Rudy Sims .........................159 ................4.6 2005-06 ..........Rudy Sims .........................153 ................5.1 2004-05 ..........Rudy Sims .........................156 ................4.9 2003-04 ..........Rudy Sims.......................... 80 ................2.8 2002-03 ..........Casie Lowman ................. 96 ................3.2 2001-02 ..........Casie Lowman ................. 99 ................3.5 2000-01 ..........Keeshia Evans .................110 ................3.9 1999-2000.....Keeshia Evans .................123 ................4.1 1998-99 ..........Kellina Bradshaw ..........111 ................3.5 1997-98 ..........Julie Hagood..................... 88 ................2.9 1996-97 ..........Kathy Dyess .....................122 ................4.4 1995-96 ..........Crystal Tausan ................116 ................4.3 1994-95 ..........Crystal Tausan................. 81 ................3.7 1993-94 ..........Crystal Tausan ................129 ................4.3 1992-93 ..........Crystal Tausan ................147 ................4.5 1991-92 ..........Sonja Tate .........................114 ................3.6 1990-91 ..........Sonja Tate.......................... 88 ................3.1 1989-90 ..........Dana Holsten ................... 92 ................3.5 1988-89 ..........Shelly Spears ...................103 ................4.0 1987-88 ..........Melissa Young.................. 87 ................2.8 1986-87 ..........Beth Penn .........................167 ................6.2 1985-86 ..........Beth Penn .........................123 ................4.9 1984-85 ..........Beth Penn .........................129 ................5.4 1983-84 ..........Linda Allison.................... 75 ................2.9 1982-83 ..........Dena Hodge ...................... 58 ................2.5 1981-82 ..........Becky Wiskotoni ............ 63 ................2.7 1980-81 ..........Becky Wiskotoni ............ 92 ................3.1 1979-80 ..........Sandra Walmsley ........... 63 ................2.2 1978-79 ..........Kim Balentine.................. 66 ................2.3 1977-78 ..........Debbie Balentine ...........112 ................4.5 1976-77 ..........Debbie Balentine............ 62 ................3.1 1975-76 ..........Debbie Balentine............. 23 ................2.8 1974-75 ..........Did Not Record...............................................

Year Player FG-FGA Pct. 2013-14..........Aundrea Gamble .....218-439.............497 2012-13..........Jane Morrill ...............116-324.............512 2011-12..........Jane Morill .................187-393.............476 2010-11..........Shay Scott ..................141-321.............439 2009-10..........Shay Scott ..................150-318.............472 2008-09..........Ebonie Jefferson......125-268.............466 2007-08..........Shay Scott ..................119-283.............420 2006-07..........Adrianne Davie........265-512.............518 2005-06..........Adrianne Davie........164-354.............463 2004-05..........Kelsey Lock..................69-139.............496 2003-04..........Adrianne Davie........115-227.............507 2002-03..........Jolie McKeirnan.......104-231.............450 2001-02..........Amber Abraham ........93-215.............433 2000-01..........Jolie McKeirnan..........99-202.............490 1999-2000 ....Kim Davis .....................80-152.............526 1998-99..........Kim Davis ........................35-68.............515 1997-98..........Brandi Muirhead .......79-155.............510 1996-97..........Amy Towne ...............149-305.............489 1995-96..........LaTanya Jones ..........142-305.............466 1994-95..........Evevetta Crawford .201-483.............416 1993-94..........Shyla Tucker .............221-505.............438 1992-93..........Shyla Tucker .............218-507.............430 1991-92..........Nicole Wilkett ..........241-511.............472 1990-91..........Nicole Wilkett ..........166-346.............480 1989-90..........Zennia Hayes ............162-400.............405 1988-89..........Eva Brehe...................140-250.............560 1987-88..........Eva Brehe...................138-237.............582 1986-87..........Quintella Jackson....173-355.............487 1985-86..........Michelle Price ..........124-246.............504 1984-85..........Charlotte Fields.......149-294.............507 1983-84..........Charlotte Fields.......130-247.............526 1982-83..........Loretta Jamison.......104-224.............464 1981-82..........Michelle Horton ......125-217.............576 1980-81..........Loretta Jamison.......127-275.............462 1979-80..........Sue Jayroe ..................149-272.............548 1978-79..........Sue Jayroe ..................145-308.............471 1977-78..........Sue Jayroe ..................158-303.............521 1976-77..........Sue Jayroe.....................94-221.............425 1975-76..........Sandy Golden ...........118-238.............511 1974-75..........Rita Jernigan................57-119.............478

Amber Abraham is A-State’s career leader in 3-pointers made with 242.

Rudy Sims is A-State’s career leaders in assists with 548.

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WNIT History

The Arkansas State Red Wolves added to their lengthy history in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament following the 2006-07 season. Head Coach Brian Boyer and the Red Wolves accepted their eighth bid to play in the postseason classic. The Red Wolves opened play in the 2007 WNIT with a first round matchup against Murray State, landing a home game along with the bid. After disposing of the Racers 59-52, the Red Wolves traveled to Madison, Wisc., for a second round matchup with the Lady Badgers of Wisconsin. Wisconsin proved to be too much for ASU, defeating the Red Wolves 77-45. The Lady Badgers went on to finish as the tournament’s runner-up. In their previous trip to the WNIT, ASU reached the quarterfinals of the tournament, whipping SEC teams Mississippi State and Arkansas in the first two rounds to reach the quarterfinals. The Red Wolves rolled past Mississippi State 78-61 before almost 3,000 fans. Attendance more than tripled before the much-anticipated second round matchup with the Lady Razorbacks of Arkansas, as a Convocation Center-record crowd of 10,892 showed up to cheer on the Red Wolves to a 98-84 victory over Arkansas. Forced to go on the road in the quarterfinals, the Red Wolves were eliminated 66-52 at Iowa. The Red Wolves’ history in the WNIT includes two trips to the tournament finals and one to the semifinals. A-State reached the tournament semifinals in 1992, defeating Nebraska 81-70 in the third-place consolation game. The next season, ASU won the tournament, defeating SMU 67-54 in the finals to claim the 1992-93 championship. AState returned to the finals following the 1993-94 season, dropping a 69-64 decision to Oklahoma.

WNIT HISTORY 2013-14 WNIT First Round - El Paso, Texas UTEP 74.........................................................A-State 64 2006-07 WNIT First Round - Jonesboro, AR Arkansas State 59..........................Murray State 52 Second Round - Madison, WI Wisconsin 77...............................Arkansas State 45 2004-05 WNIT First Round - Jonesboro, AR Arkansas State 78..................Mississippi State 61 Second Round - Jonesboro, AR Arkansas State 98 .................................Arkansas 84 Quarterfinals - Cedar Rapids, IA Iowa 66 ..........................................Arkansas State 52 2003-04 WNIT First Round - Jonesboro, AR Rice 59............................................Arkansas State 52 1999-2000 WNIT First Round - Memphis, TN Memphis 76 .................................Arkansas State 74 1998-99 WNIT First Round - Jonesboro, AR Arkansas State 78...................New Hampshire 65 Second Round - Jonesboro, AR Arkansas State 83 ..........................Kansas State 70 Quarterfinals - Memphis, TN Memphis 101...............................Arkansas State 86 1993-94 NWIT First Round - Amarillo, TX Arkansas State 69 ......................................Toledo 68 Semifinals - Amarillo, TX Arkansas State 72 ......................................Tulane 66 Championship - Amarillo, TX Oklahoma 69 ...............................Arkansas State 64 1992-93 - NWIT First Round - Amarillo, TX Arkansas State 68 ........................George Wash. 60 Semifinals - Amarillo, TX Arkansas State 80...............................Marquette 65 Finals - Amarillo, TX Arkansas State 67...........................................SMU 54 1991-1992 - NWIT First Round - Amarillo, TX Arkansas State 83 ...........................................UAB 79 Semifinals - Amarillo, TX Hawaii 83 ......................................Arkansas State 73 Consolation - Amarillo, TX Arkansas State 81.................................Nebraska 70

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Arkansas State guard Aundrea Gamble earned Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year honors for her outstanding performance throughout the 2013-14 regular season. She ranked in the top-10 in nine statistical categories in the Sun Belt and was also ranked nationally. Gamble became just the third player in school history to be named the conference’s Player of the Year, joining Shyla Tucker (199394) and Sonja Tate (1992-93). Boyer became the fourth coach in Sun Belt history to win the Coach of the Year award at least three times, joining former Louisiana Tech coach Leon Barrmore, former Western Kentucky coach Mary Taylor-Cowles and Middle Tennessee coach Rick Insell.

Brian Boyer was named the league’s Coach of the Year after leading the Red Wolves to their first 20-win regular season since 199293. He became the Sun Belt’s leader in conference wins with 138 and directed A-State to its first Sun Belt Conference championship since 2003-04. He set a new career-high with 22 victories and is the longest tenured head coach in the Sun Belt Conference. Boyer also guided A-State to the No. 1 seed in the SBC Championship Tournament for the first time in school history and directed the team to 14 league wins, the most ever in school history. Boyer won the Coach of the Year award in the 2003-04 and 2004-05 and made an appearance in the WNIT in each of those seasons

Jane Morrill is just the third player in AState history to be named to three straight SBC All-Conference teams after finishing second on the team with 12.9 points per contest. She finished ranked seventh on the school’s career scoring list with 1,529 points and is just one of 13 Arkansas State players to record 1,000 points and 500 rebounds in her career. Morrill tied a Convocation Center record by going 8-for-8 from the field against ULM on March 5 and has played in every game in her Red Wolves career and has started in every game since her sophomore season, a streak that spans 90 games. Gamble earned first-team honors enroute to the SBC Player of the Year award and also won SBC Player of the Week three times.

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SUN BELT PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Shyla Tucker

2012-13 Second Team: Jane Morrill (F) 2011-12 Second Team: Jane Morrill (F) 2013-14 2010-11 Aundrea Gamble (G) Third Team: Shay Scott (F) 1993-94 2009-10 Shyla Tucker (G) - Co-Player of the Year Second Team: Ebonie Jefferson (G) 1992-93 2007-08 Sonja Tate (G) Third Team: Veronica Smith (G/F) 2006-07 First Team: Adrianne Davie (C) SUN BELT Second Team: Rudy Sims (G) NEWCOMER OF 2005-06 THE YEAR First Team: Adrianne Davie (C) Second Team: Rudy Sims (G) 2004-05 1998-99 All-Conference: Ali Carter (G), Adrianne Tanisha Johnson (G) Davie (C), Rudy Sims (G) 2003-04 SUN BELT Honorable Mention: Adrianne Davie FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR (C), Catrience Webster (G) 2002-03 All-Conference: Jolie McKiernan (G) 1996-97 Honorable Mention: Casie Lowman (G) Julie Hagood (G) 2001-02 Honorable Mention: Rae-Anne Smith (G) SUN BELT 2000-01 COACH OF THE YEAR All-Conference: Keeshia Evans (G) 2013-14 1999-00 Brian Boyer (22-12, 14-4) All-Conference: Julie Hagood (G), Tan2004-05 isha Johnson (F) Brian Boyer (22-11, 11-3) 1998-99 2003-04 All-Conference: Julie Hagood (G), TanBrian Boyer (19-10, 10-4) isha Johnson (F) 1993-94 1997-98 Jerry Ann Winters (22-9, 10-4) All-Conference: Julie Hagood (G), Amy 1992-93 Towne (G) Jerry Ann Winters (25-8, 10-4) 1996-97 All-Conference: Julie Hagood (G), Amy Towne (G) 1995-96 SUN BELT All-Conference: Danielle Featherson (G), LaTanya Jones (F) ALL-CONFERNCE 1994-95 All-Conference: Evevetta Crawford 2013-14 (F/C) First Team: Aundrea Gamble (G) 1993-94 Second Team: Jane Morrill (F) All-Conference: Evevetta Crawford

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Aundrea Gamble (F/C), Shyla Tucker (G) 1992-93 All-Conference: Shyla Tucker (G), Sonja Tate (G) 1991-92 All-Conference: Sonja Tate (G), Nicole Wilkett (F)

COLLEGESPORTSMADNESS SBC ALL-CONFERNCE 2013-14 First Team: Aundrea Gamble (G) Third Team: Jalen O’Bannon (F) 2012-13 Second Team: Jane Morrill (F)

SBC ALL-TOURNAMENT 2014 Aundrea Gamble (G), Jane Morrill (F) 2008 Shay Scott (F) 2007 Rudy Sims (G) 2006 Adrianne Davie (C) 2005 Adrianne Davie (C) 2000 Julie Hagood (G) 1998 Julie Hagood (G) 1992 Nicole Wilkett (F)

SBC PLAYER  OF THE WEEK 2013-14 Nov. 12 - Aundrea Gamble Nov. 26 - Aundrea Gamble March 10 - Aundrea Gamble 2011-12 Nov. 22 - Jane Morrill

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Awards

Julie Hagood 2009-10 Feb. 1 - Ebonie Jefferson 2007-08 Feb. 11 - Adrianne Davie 2006-07 Nov. 28 - Adrianne Davie Dec. 19 - Rudy Sims 2005-06 Jan. 24 - Adrianne Davie 2004-05 Jan. 11 - Ali Carter Feb. 22 - Adrianne Davie 2003-04 Dec. 1 - Rudy Sims Feb. 16 - Ali Carter 1999-2000 Dec. 6 - Julie Hagood 1998-99 Dec. 14 - Tanisha Johnson Feb. 15 - Tanisha Johnson 1997-98 Feb. 16 - Christina Barry 1996-97 Jan. 13 - Amy Towne Feb. 10 - Amy Towne 1995-96 Dec. 4 - LaTanya Jones Feb. 19 - Danielle Featherston 1994-95 Dec. 12 - Evevetta Crawford 1993-94 Jan. 3 - Shyla Tucker Jan. 17 - Shyla Tucker Jan. 31 - Shyla Tucker 1992-93 Dec. 14 -Sonja Tate Jan. 3 - Sonja Tate Jan. 23 - Sonja Tate Feb. 14 - Sonja Tate 1991-92 Dec. 1 - Sonja Tate Dec. 15 - Nicole Wilkett Jan. 12 - Nicole Wilkett Jan. 26 - Sonja Tate

Rudy Sims

Adrianne Davie

AMERICAN SOUTH NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Nicole Wilkett

1989-90

1989-90 Sonja Tate (G) - Co-Newcomer

AMERICAN SOUTH All-CONFERENCE 1990-91 First Team: Sonja Tate (G) Second Team: Shyla Tucker (G), Nicole Wilkett (F) 1989-90 Second Team: Sonja Tate (G), Zennia Hayes (F)

AMERICAN SOUTH All-TOURNAMENT 1991 Shyla Tucker (G)

AMERICAN SOUTH POW 1990-91 Sonja Tate (twice), Shyla Tucker

SOUTHLAND All-CONFERENCE 1986-87 All-Conference: Quintella Jackson (G) 1982-83 All-Conference: Dena Hodge(G)

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Brian Boyer 2000-present 15 Seasons (248-212, .539)

Jeff Mittie 1996-1999 Four Seasons (75-42, .641)

Jerry Ann Winters 1985-1995 11 seasons (196-120, .620)

Beverly Webb 1982-1984 3 seasons (31-41, .431)

Kay Woodiel 1975-1978 4 seasons (46-32, .560)

Sara Wooley 1979-1981 3 seasons (57-33, .633)

A-State All-Time Coaches Ranking

All-Time Coaches

(By Winning Percentage) Jeff Mittie ...........................................75-42 ....................................... .641 Sara Wooley........................................57-33 ...................................... .633 Jerry Ann Winters ..........................196-120 ...................................... .620 Kay Woodiel .......................................46-32 ...................................... .560 Brian Boyer..........................248-212............................... .539 Beverly Webb ......................................31-41 ....................................... .431 (By Total Wins) Brian Boyer .......................................................................248 Jerry Ann Winters.................................................................................196 Jeff Mittie ................................................................................................75 Sara Wooley ............................................................................................57 Kay Woodiel............................................................................................46 Beverly Webb ..........................................................................................31

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Record 22-12^ 15-15 12-18 18-14 13-18 16-14 20-12 21-13^ 15-15 21-11& 19-10^ 12-18 12-16 14-14 18-12^ 18-14^ 20-10 20-8 17-10* 20-10 22-9@ 25-8% 25-7# 19-9 12-14 15-12 17-14 18-9 11-15 12-13 13-13 6-17 12-11 19-13 19-10 19-10 16-9 12-8 16-7 2-8

Conference Record 14-4 in Sun Belt 12-8 in Sun Belt 6-10 in Sun Belt 9-7 in Sun Belt 7-11 in Sun Belt 10-8 in Sun Belt 13-2 in Sun Belt 11-7 in Sun Belt 7-7 in Sun Belt 11-3 in Sun Belt 10-4 in Sun Belt 5-9 in Sun Belt 6-8 in Sun Belt 8-8 in Sun Belt 8-8 in Sun Belt 7-5 in Sun Belt 11-3 in Sun Belt 10-4 in Sun Belt 9-5 in Sun Belt 9-5 in Sun Belt 10-4 in Sun Belt 10-4 in Sun Belt 12-4 in Sun Belt 7-5 in American South 4-6 in American South 5-5 in American South 3-6 in American South 8-4 in Southland 3-7 in Southland 5-7 in Southland 6-6 in Southland 1-4 in Southland 11-7 in AWISA 15-5 in AWISA 15-5 in AWISA 11-7 in AWISA 14-4 in AWISA 12-8 in AWISA 12-6 in AWISA 0-2 in AWISA

Head Coach Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Brian Boyer Jeff Mittie Jeff Mittie Jeff Mittie Jeff Mittie Jerry Ann Winters Jerry Ann Winters Jerry Ann Winters Jerry Ann Winters Jerry Ann Winters Jerry Ann Winters Jerry Ann Winters Jerry Ann Winters Jerry Ann Winters Jerry Ann Winters Jerry Ann Winters Beverly Webb Beverly Webb Beverly Webb Sara Wooley Sara Wooley Sara Wooley Kay Woodiel Kay Woodiel Kay Woodiel Kay Woodiel

^ - Postseason Women’s National Invication Tournament & - Quarterfinals of Women’s National Invitation Tournament # - Third-place in National Women's Invitation Tournament % - Champions in National Women's Invitational Tournament @ - Runner-up in National Women's Invitational Tournament * - Loss total adjusted after forfeit by Kansas State

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1974-75 - Won 2, Lost 8 Head Coach - Kay Woodiel 49-114 at Memphis State L 74-47 Arkansas College W 76-80 ASU-Beebe L 49-81 at Henderson State L 54-79 at ASU-Beebe L 45-47 Mississippi Co. All Stars L 46-60 at Arkansas Tech L 58-57 at Miss. County All Stars W AWISA State Tournament at Southern State College 56-69 vs. Arkansas Tech L 73-75 vs. Arkansas College L 1975-76 - Won 16, Lost 7 Head Coach - Kay Woodiel 46-47 at Arkansas Tech L 65-19 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 51-108 Memphis State L 56-46 Miss. County All Stars W 65-74 at Arkansas-Monticello L 67-65 Henderson State W 87-72 at Arkansas College W 82-65 Arkansas College W 48-43 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 80-74 at ASU-Beebe W 66-43 at Miss. County All Stars W 53-59 Southern State College L 77-32 Arkansas-Little Rock W 64-53 Arkansas-Monticello W 56-49 Arkansas Brokerage W 90-39 at Arkansas-Little Rock W 52-62 at Henderson State L 80-68 Arkansas Tech W 62-36 Arkansas-Little Rock W AWISA State Tournament at Ark-Monticello 75-59 vs. Henderson State W 62-64 vs. Southern State College L 76-68 at Arkansas-Monticello W 47-59 vs. Southern State Coll. L

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1976-77 - Won 12, Lost 8 Head Coach - Kay Woodiel 63-49 Arkansas-Little Rock 70-49 at Arkansas College 52-33 Arkansas Tech 70-59 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 54-66 at Central Arkansas 52-59 Southern Arkansas 58-57 Arkansas College 57-84 at Arkansas-Monticello 50-74 Central Arkansas 55-56 at Southern Arkansas 62-70 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff 57-50 at Arkansas Tech 64-41 at Ouachita Baptist 66-47 Ouachita Baptist 52-33 Henderson State 69-44 at Arkansas-Little Rock 72-66 at Henderson State 61-75 Arkansas-Monticello AWISA State Tournament at Arkansas College 67-66 vs. UAPB (OT) 62-68 vs. Arkansas-Monticello 1977-78 - Won 16, Lost 9 Head Coach - Kay Woodiel 82-59 at Arkansas-Little Rock 66-60 at Arkansas Tech 68-66 at Arkansas College 67-57 Henderson State 73-53 Central Arkansas 61-48 Ouachita Baptist 57-86 at Union (Tenn.) 66-46 Southern Arkansas 67-59 Arkansas 78-69 Arkansas-Monticello 48-53 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff 81-74 at Central Arkansas

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at Ouachita Baptist at Henderson State Arkansas-Little Rock at Southern Arkansas at Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas College Union (Tenn.) (OT) Arkansas-Pine Bluff Arkansas Tech at Arkansas Region IV Tournament at Arkadelphia 84-73 vs. Dillard (La.) 70-76 vs. NW Oklahoma 71-87 vs. Abilene Christian 1978-79 - Won 19, Lost 10 Head Coach - Sara Wooley 77-31 Arkansas Baptist 83-76 at Central Arkansas (OT) 57-59 at Southern Arkansas 63-61 at Arkansas-Little Rock 70-68 Ouachita Baptist (OT) 65-57 Arkansas College 39-55 at Arkansas-Monticello 66-52 at Henderson State 49-54 Arkansas Tech 68-44 Central Arkansas 69-56 Southern Arkansas 41-40 Arkansas-Little Rock 78-60 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 47-66 at Ouachita Baptist 55-47 Arkansas 55-57 at Arkansas College 53-52 Arkansas-Monticello 59-67 at Arkansas Tech 57-72 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff 63-56 Henderson State AWISA State Tournament at Jonesboro 64-45 vs. Central Arkansas 59-45 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff 62-60 vs. Arkansas-Monticello 37-52 Arkansas AIAW Regional Tournament at Fort Worth, TX 53-59 vs. NW Oklahoma 81-76 vs. Abilene Christian 59-56 vs. Arkansas Tech 62-59 vs. Arkansas-Monticello 54-56 SE Oklahoma 1979-80 - Won 19, Lost 10 Head Coach - Sara Wooley 82-46 Arkansas College 55-53 Arkansas-Monticello 53-36 at SE Missouri State 75-74 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff 66-59 at Central Arkansas 56-57 Arkansas Tech 71-55 Southern Arkansas 62-55 Ouachita Baptist 59-34 at Henderson State 92-51 Philander Smith 57-53 at Arkansas-Little Rock Gateway Holiday Classic at St. Louis, MO 50-75 vs. Kentucky State 65-57 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff 62-32 vs. Nebraska Wesleyan 60-50 at Arkansas College 44-65 at Arkansas-Monticello 75-32 at Philander Smith 70-42 Central Arkansas 66-59 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 53-59 at Arkansas Tech 54-55 at Southern Arkansas 58-43 Arkansas-Little Rock 73-79 at Ouachita Baptist 69-60 Henderson State AWISA State Tournament at Conway

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79-69 vs. Arkansas College W 77-78 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff L 55-62 Arkansas L SWAIAW Region IV Tourn. at Durant, Okla. 56-70 vs. Louisiana College L 57-68 at NW Oklahoma L 1980-81 - Won 19, Lost 13 Head Coach - Sara Wooley 57-63 at Arkansas College L 68-67 at Arkansas-Monticello W 94-65 Southeast Missouri State W 54-51 Central Arkansas W 67-74 at Arkansas Tech L 62-66 at Southern Arkansas L 55-46 Arkansas-Little Rock W 61-57 at Ouachita Baptist W 60-85 at Memphis State L 59-48 Henderson State W 92-48 at Philander Smith W 50-57 at Arkansas L Gateway Holiday Classic at St. Louis, MO 57-59 vs. Missouri-Southern L 58-39 vs. SIU-Edwardsville W 49-67 vs. Kentucky State L 75-59 Arkansas College W 58-64 Arkansas-Monticello L 68-52 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 58-52 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 59-51 at Central Arkansas W 48-50 Arkansas Tech L 60-49 Southern Arkansas W 75-68 at Arkansas-Little Rock W 41-66 Memphis State L 66-54 Ouachita Baptist W 61-59 at Henderson State W 78-35 Philander Smith W 62-67 at Southwest Mo. State L AWISA Playoffs at Arkadelphia 78-56 vs. Southern Arkansas W 57-48 vs. Arkansas College W 55-57 vs. Arkansas-Monticello L SWAIAW Regional Tournament at Pineville, La. 57-84 Abilene Christian L 1981-82 - Won 12, Lost 11 Head Coach - Beverly Webb 62-66 Arkansas Tech L 51-53 at Arkansas-Monticello L 74-70 at Arkansas College(OT) W 69-61 Central Arkansas W 66-49 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 63-55 Southern Arkansas W 73-63 at Arkansas-Little Rock W 69-74 at Henderson State L 51-54 Ouachita Baptist L 53-55 Southern Mississippi L 61-71 Mississippi College L 72-74 at Arkansas Tech L 67-68 Arkansas-Monticello L 73-65 Arkansas College W 61-78 at Central Arkansas L 65-69 Southwest Missouri State L 67-60 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 61-59 at Southern Arkansas W 73-63 Arkansas-Little Rock W 66-56 Henderson State W 69-66 at Ouachita Baptist W AWISA State Tournament at Russellville 91-66 Henderson State W 71-77 Central Arkansas L 1982-83 - Won 6, Lost 17 Head Coach - Beverly Webb 77-68 Arkansas-Little Rock W 51-64 Central Arkansas L Tennessee Tech Invitational

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1983-84 - Won 13, Lost 13 Head Coach - Beverly Webb 82-79 at Arkansas Tech (OT) W 86-76 Southwest Missouri State W 53-71 at Miss. Valley State L 79-77 Tennessee-Martin W 74-82 at SE Missouri (OT) L 63-101 at Central Arkansas L 74-69 Murray State W 79-57 Arkansas-Little Rock W 50-67 at Austin Peay L 71-74 at Tennessee-Martin L 66-56 Southeast Missouri State W 60-57 Mississippi Valley State W 61-79 Northeast Louisiana * L 66-68 Southwestern Louisiana * L 64-58 at Texas-Arlington * W 56-47 at North Texas State * W 58-78 at Murray State L 75-72 Lamar * W 70-67 McNeese State (OT) * W 53-55 at Arkansas-Little Rock L 67-93 at Northeast Louisiana * L 52-63 at SW Louisiana * L 89-77 Texas-Arlington * W 92-69 North Texas State * W 61-64 at Lamar * L 86-90 at McNeese State * L 1984-85 - Won 12, Lost 13 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters 86-69 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 79-60 Ouachita Baptist 74-76 at Murray State 68-63 Austin Peay 68-81 at SE Missouri State Wendy's/UMKC Classic at Kansas City, Mo. 61-70 at Missouri-Kansas City 70-99 vs. Kansas 71-108 at Delta State 95-83 Tennessee-Martin 85-82 at Arkansas-Little Rock 66-88 at Northeast Louisiana * 56-73 at SW Louisiana * 70-76 Texas-Arlington * 90-84 North Texas State * 67-85 at McNeese State * 95-96 at Lamar * 78-67 Arkansas-Little Rock 62-72 at Tennessee-Martin 66-89 Northeast Louisiana * 84-76 Southwestern Louisiana* 61-62 at Texas-Arlington * 72-58 at North Texas State *

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1985-86 - Won 11, Lost 15 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters 67-64 Ouachita Baptist W Lady Racer Classic at Murray, Ky. 80-82 vs. Tennessee State L 74-46 vs. Butler W 73-88 Delta State L Lady Tiger Classic at Memphis, Tenn. 80-101 at Memphis State L 85-89 vs. Marshall L 72-63 at Arkansas-Little Rock W 77-73 at SW Missouri State W 67-87 Alabama L 56-50 at Henderson State W 63-86 Northeast Louisiana L 54-68 Southwestern Louisiana * L 75-56 at Tulsa W 83-76 at Texas-Arlington * W 48-77 at North Texas State * L 81-67 Arkansas-Little Rock W 73-66 Lamar * W 70-87 McNeese State * L 73-83 Southeast Missouri State L 52-88 at Northeast Louisiana L 61-59 at SW Louisiana * W 73-84 Texas-Arlington * L 67-73 North Texas State * L 66-70 at Lamar * L 70-78 at McNeese State * L 80-58 St. Louis W 1986-87 - Won 18, Lost 9 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters Lady Racer Classic at Murray, Ky. 71-86 vs. Appalachian State L 79-91 vs. Cumberland L Shocker Shootout at Wichita, Kan. 71-90 vs. LaSalle L 83-76 vs. Texas-El Paso W 59-70 at Evansville L 74-63 at Butler W 95-81 Arkansas-Little Rock W 66-42 Tulsa W 92-73 Missouri-St. Louis W 68-54 at St. Louis W 72-71 at Northeast Louisiana * W 85-80 at SW Louisiana * W 67-75 at Memphis State L 69-58 Texas-Arlington * W 98-83 North Texas State * W 71-78 at Lamar * L 70-91 at McNeese State * L 84-77 Evansville W 77-58 at Arkansas-Little Rock W 80-77 Northeast Louisiana * W 75-71 Southwestern Louisiana * W 74-78 at Texas-Arlington * L 75-80 at North Texas State * L 84-54 Lamar * W 83-77 McNeese State* W 77-54 at College of Ozarks W 63-60 at Tulsa W 1987-88 - Won 17, Lost 14 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters 70-63 Indiana State 73-76 Murray State 81-59 Southwest Baptist 65-81 at Memphis State Dial Classic at Ruston, La. 50-113 at Louisiana Tech * 80-73 Mississippi Valley State 85-71 Mississippi College

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73-58 at Arkansas-Little Rock W 52-59 at Baylor L 62-55 at Texas-Arlington W 69-48 St. Louis W 64-83 at Alabama L 72-69 at Mississippi College W 56-65 New Orleans * L 70-71 Southwestern Louisiana * L 79-62 Arkansas College W 68-76 at Lamar * L 103-50 at Pan American * W 79-77 Memphis State W 110-68 Missouri-Kansas City W 53-69 at New Orleans * L 64-70 at SW Louisiana * L 85-78 Lamar * W 90-53 Pan American * W 70-51 at St. Louis W Northern Lights Tournament at Anchorage, Ak. 82-66 vs. U.S. International W 65-68 vs. Nevada-Las Vegas L 55-60 vs. Western Kentucky L 52-53 Arkansas-Little Rock L 80-65 Arkansas-Little Rock W American South Conf. Tourn. at Ruston, La. 65-67 vs. Lamar L 1988-89 - Won 15, Lost 12 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters 75-88 Missouri L 80-67 Alcorn State W 89-73 Northern Iowa W 71-45 at St. Louis W 71-90 at Murray State L at San Francisco 87-74 vs. Texas-Arlington W 66-71 at San Francisco L 85-63 Ouachita Baptist W 84-95 at Mississippi Valley State L 86-54 Henderson St. W 45-48 at Missouri-Kansas City L 80-74 Mississippi College W 52-43 Texas-El Paso W 33-66 Louisiana Tech * L 58-39 at Pan American * W 60-81 at Lamar * L 70-57 Southwestern Louisiana * W 54-57 New Orleans * L 56-55 Mississippi Valley State W 46-91 at Louisiana Tech * L 83-52 Pan American * W 66-63 Lamar * W 80-62 at SW Louisiana * W 57-69 at New Orleans * L 84-79 at Mississippi College W 43-54 Missouri-Kansas City L American South Conf. Tourn. at Ruston, La. 29-108 at Louisiana Tech L 1989-90 - Won 12, Lost 14 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters Sooner Classic at Norman, Okla. 67-83 vs. Minnesota L 73-102 at Oklahoma L 95-52 Austin Peay State W at Pine Bluff 51-67 vs. Northeast Louisiana L 61-72 Murray State L 70-37 St. Louis W Hawaiian Tropic Tournament at Murray, Ky. 66-84 vs. Alabama L 75-70 at Murray State W American Airlines Classic at El Paso, Texas 73-43 vs. Nicholls State W 69-44 at Texas-El Paso W 58-56 at New Mexico State W

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at Cookeville, Tenn. 47-71 at Tennessee Tech L 73-71 vs. Tennessee St. W 59-104 at Mississippi L 62-76 at Murray State L 49-77 at Mississippi State L Lady Eagle Classic at Hattiesburg, Miss. 58-81 at Southern Mississippi L 75-88 vs. Mississippi College L 47-80 Arkansas L 57-81 at Tennessee-Martin L 66-62 Missouri-St. Louis W 70-67 Lamar * W 57-87 at Northeast Louisiana * L 66-85 Southwestern Louisiana * L 80-63 at Arkansas-Little Rock W 58-67 at Texas-Arlington * L 61-67 at North Texas State* L 81-87 Murray State (OT) L 68-60 Arkansas Tech W 70-82 McNeese State * L 80-89 Tennessee-Martin L Southland Conference Tournament at Monroe, LA 74-76 vs. Lamar L


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49-51 57-72 92-40 36-106 70-63 67-68 69-76 69-90 76-54 78-90 65-94 68-71 67-61 95-51 59-48

at Missouri-Kansas City L Lamar * L Texas-Pan American * W at Louisiana Tech * L at Austin Peay State W at New Orleans (OT) * L at Southwestern La. (OT) * L at Lamar * L at Texas-Pan American * W at Alcorn State L Louisiana Tech * L Oklahoma State L New Orleans (OT) * W Southwestern Louisiana * W Missouri-Kansas City W

71-39 Southwestern Louisiana * W 58-71 at Louisiana Tech * L 63-53 Western Kentucky * W 69-65 at South Alabama * W 62-75 at New Orleans * L Sun Belt Conference Tourn. at Bowling Green, Ky. 74-55 vs. New Orleans W 76-63 vs. Lamar W 62-65 at Western Kentucky L Nat'l Women's Inv. Tourn. at Amarillo, Texas 83-79 vs. Alabama-Birmingham W 73-83 vs. Hawaii L 81-70 vs. Nebraska W

1990-91 - Won 19, Lost 9 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters Colony Parke Shootout at Dallas, Texas 83-71 at Southern Methodist W 80-70 vs. Alcorn State W 68-66 Murray State W Pizza Inn Classic at Jonesboro 77-52 vs. Texas-El Paso W 71-60 vs. Middle Tenn. State W 71-82 at Murray State L 76-70 at Mississippi Valley State W 104-79 Alcorn State W 64-49 at Missouri-Kansas City W 78-56 Mississippi Valley State W 76-75 Louisiana Tech * W 48-69 at New Orleans * L 73-49 Southwestern Louisiana * W 64-83 at Central Florida * W 48-46 Missouri-Kansas City W 92-62 at Texas-Pan American * W 79-89 at Lamar * L 66-74 at Northeast Louisiana L 54-79 at Louisiana Tech * L 74-60 New Orleans * W 78-52 at SW Louisiana * W 70-57 Central Florida * W 76-63 Texas-Pan American * W 77-88 Lamar * L 77-74 at Boston University W 73-107 at Maine L 70-75 at New Hampshire L American South Conf. Tourn. at Ruston, La. 78-83 at Louisiana Tech L

1992-93 - Won 25, Lost 8 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters Wahine Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii 58-78 vs. Stephen F. Austin L 60-61 vs. Oklahoma State L 82-56 vs. Portland W 62-61 Mississippi W 82-79 at Northeast Louisiana W 80-62 Mississippi Valley State W Pizza Inn Classic at Jonesboro 85-59 vs.Southern W 76-63 vs. Oklahoma W 80-52 Alabama-Birmingham W 63-42 at South Alabama * W 68-51 Southwestern Louisiana * W 74-44 Texas-Pan American * W 66-54 New Orleans * W 57-49 at Lamar * W 93-43 at Texas-Pan American * W 86-59 at Mississippi Valley State W 53-54 Louisiana Tech * L 58-55 at New Orleans * W 57-40 Lamar * W 74-72 at Alabama-Birmingham W 77-72 at Mississippi State W 102-63 at SW Louisiana * W 66-72 at Louisiana Tech * L 83-34 South Alabama * W 67-77 at Western Kentucky * L 65-64 at Alcorn State W 63-71 at Oklahoma State L 63-72 Western Kentucky * L Sun Belt Conference Tourn. at Ruston, La. 70-53 vs. Texas-Pan American W 70-73 vs. Western Kentucky L National Women's Inv. Tourn. at Amarillo, Texas 68-60 George Washington W 80-65 Marquette W 67-54 Southern Methodist W

1991-92 - Won 25, Lost 7 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters 78-48 NE Louisiana W 72-59 at Mississippi Valley State W 50-76 at Texas L Pizza Inn Classic at Jonesboro 70-39 vs. Mississippi Valley St. W 53-43 vs. Mississippi State W Lady Tiger Classic at Memphis, Tenn. 89-75 vs. Grambling State W 70-54 vs. Murray State W 80-50 at Murray State W Shocker Shootout at Wichita, Kan. 79-71 vs. Boise State W 73-59 at Wichita State W 72-70 Lamar * W 84-61 Texas-Pan American * W 83-66 at Central Florida * W 62-61 at SW Louisiana * W 73-55 Louisiana Tech * W 76-93 at Western Kentucky * L 106-64 South Alabama * W 72-70 New Orleans * W 89-65 Central Florida * W 65-84 at Lamar * L 80-67 at Texas-Pan American * W

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1993-94 - Won 22, Lost 9 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters 63-59 Nebraska Pizza Inn Classic at Jonesboro 74-61 vs. Mississippi Valley St. 77-44 vs. Southern 76-61 Harding 64-86 at Nebraska 93-63 Central Florida 74-61 Northeast Louisiana Seattle Times Husky Classic at Seattle, Wash. 72-79 vs. Cal.-Santa Barbara 56-52 vs. Cincinnati Fun and Sun Tournament at Miami, Fla. 59-58 vs. Alabama-Birmingham 50-79 at Florida International 71-58 vs. James Madison 70-72 at Lamar * 81-66 South Alabama *

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65-77 at Louisiana Tech * L 72-42 Lamar * W 68-63 at SW Louisiana * W 63-46 at New Orleans * W 45-65 Louisiana Tech * L 73-51 at South Alabama * W 75-69 New Orleans * W 100-44 Texas-Pan American * W 67-54 SW Louisiana * W 53-72 at Western Kentucky * L 78-58 at Texas-Pan American * W 91-76 Western Kentucky * W Sun Belt Conference Tourn. at Bowling Green, Ky. 78-35 vs. SW Louisiana W 52-61 at Western Kentucky L National Women's Inv. Tourn. at Amarillo, Texas 69-68 vs. Toledo W 72-66 vs. Tulane W 65-69 vs. Oklahoma L 1994-95 - Won 20, Lost 10 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters Preseason Women's NIT 74-70 at Northern Illinois (WNIT)W 51-79 at Texas Tech (WNIT) L 72-57 at Northeast Louisiana W Pizza Inn Classic at Jonesboro 76-47 Coppin State W 73-69 Mississippi Valley State W 60-81 at Mississippi L George Washington Invitational at Washington, D.C. 60-55 vs. Kansas State W 59-67 at George Washington L 62-49 Southwestern Mo. State W Citrus Sports Travel Holiday Classic at Orlando, Fla. 81-72 vs. South Carolina W 85-80 vs. Texas A&M W 52-62 vs. Mississippi L 89-42 Texas-Pan American * W 53-64 Louisiana Tech * L 86-36 at Texas-Pan American * W 67-46 South Alabama * W 60-89 at Louisiana Tech * L 56-73 Western Kentucky * L 65-47 at SW Louisiana * W 58-71 at Lamar * L 90-66 New Orleans * W 58-51 at South Alabama * W 67-52 at Mississippi Valley State W 74-56 SW Louisiana * W 66-54 Lamar * W 57-85 at Western Kentucky * L 67-53 at Southern W 72-64 at New Orleans * W Sun Belt Conference Tourn. at Ruston, La. 88-82 vs. New Orleans W 51-72 at Louisiana Tech L 1995-96 - Won 17, Lost 10 Head Coach - Jeff Mittie 56-71 at Southwest Mo. State L 88-68 Mississippi State W 96-52 Missouri-Saint Louis W 64-57 at Baylor W Rutgers/Bro. Int. Tournament Piscataway, N.J. 41-69 vs. Florida L 63-48 vs. Niagara W 81-75 at Mississippi Valley State W 58-63 at Kansas State L(&) 81-49 Mississippi Valley State W 81-44 Texas-Pan American* W 43-78 Louisiana Tech* L 56-76 at Mississippi State L 67-80 Western Kentucky* L

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1996-97 - Won 20, Lost 8 Head Coach - Jeff Mittie UNLV Classic at Las Vegas, Nev. 95-89 vs. Illinois (OT) 78-66 at Nevada-Las Vegas 65-75 at Wichita State 72-76 Mississippi S.F. Austin/Dial Soap Classic Nacogdoches, Texas 69-54 vs. New Mexico State 72-96 at Stephen F. Austin 68-55 at Missouri 62-58 at Northeast Louisiana 79-69 at Austin Peay State 68-50 Murray State 107-51 Lamar* 83-41 Southwestern Louisiana* 100-59 at Texas-Pan American* 71-66 at Lamar* 76-60 Lyon College 110-65 New Orleans* 79-50 Texas-Pan American 76-68 at South Alabama* 61-69 at New Orleans* 59-80 Louisiana Tech* 63-50 Western Kentucky* 91-60 Northeast Louisiana 95-44 at SW Louisiana* 55-100 at Louisiana Tech* 59-74 at Western Kentucky* 83-67 South Alabama* Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Bowling Green, Ky. 70-51 vs. South Alabama 61-76 at Western Kentucky

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1997-98- Won 20, Lost 10 Head Coach - Jeff Mittie 49-79 at Oklahoma State L 91-72 Texas Christian W Mississippi State Classic at Starkville, Miss. 96-87 vs. Missouri-Kansas City W 76-68 at Mississippi State W 76-80 at Mississippi Valley State L 83-69 Austin Peay State W 73-66 Wichita State W 74-66 Mississippi Valley State W Hawaii Tournament at Honolulu, Hawaii 75-85 at Hawaii L 67-57 vs. San Francisco W 60-71 at Kansas L 110-41 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 80-93 at Louisville L 90-104 at Western Kentucky* L 83-55 at Texas-Pan American* W 67-71 Louisiana Tech* L 80-58 Southwestern Louisiana* W 107-41 Texas-Pan American* W 70-66 Western Kentucky* W 80-55 at Lamar* W 105-79 New Orleans* W

71-50 at South Alabama* 86-74 at New Orleans* 124-56 Lamar* 75-53 at SW Louisiana* 68-85 at Mississippi 63-89 at Louisiana Tech* 93-45 South Alabama* Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Ruston, La. 78-59 vs. South Alabama 88-103 vs. Western Kentucky 1998-99 - Won 18, Lost 14 Head Coach - Jeff Mittie Preseason Women’s NIT 65-75 at Florida 86-77 Virginia 65-90 at Southwest Mo. State SMU Tournament at Dallas, Texas 60-77 vs. Texas A&M 69-91 at Southern Methodist 65-61 Kansas 68-65 Oklahoma State 85-88 Baylor 101-78 Nevada-Las Vegas Malibu Classic at Malibu, Calif. 71-68 vs. California-Irvine 79-77 @ Pepperdine 70-85 vs. Valparaiso 72-80 at LaSalle 83-76 at Texas Christian 48-94 at Louisiana Tech* 84-46 South Alabama* 82-71 New Orleans* 83-50 at SW Louisiana* 58-63 at Florida International* 68-76 at Western Kentucky* 76-54 at New Orleans* 63-79 Louisiana Tech* 70-68 Mississippi 67-57 at South Alabama* 64-84 Florida International* 82-64 Western Kentucky* 77-55 Southwestern Louisiana* Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Jonesboro 87-85 New Orleans 67-114 Louisiana Tech Postseason Women’s NIT 78-65 New Hampshire 83-70 Kansas State 86-101 at Memphis

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1999-2000 - Won 18, Lost 12 Head Coach - Brian Boyer ASU Lady Indian Invitational at Jonesboro 93-76 vs. Butler W 74-69 vs. SE Missouri State W 86-65 Southwest Missouri State W 84-70 Louisville W Cook Children’s TCU Invitational at Fort Worth, Texas 85-39 vs. Jackson State W 73-67 at TCU W 86-55 McNeese State W 62-65 at Marquette L 65-64 at Southern Miss W 72-70 at Kansas W 67-62 Western Kentucky* W 82-49 Arkansas-Little Rock* W 54-66 at Denver* L 63-90 at Western Kentucky* L 84-86 New Orleans* L 87-52 South Alabama* W 80-69 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W 95-64 at Arkansas-Little Rock* W 63-69 at Florida International* L 55-57 at Virginia L 59-95 at Louisiana Tech* L

71-74 Louisiana-Lafayette* 69-82 Louisiana Tech* 76-68 at New Orleans* 69-64 at South Alabama* 61-51 Denver* 64-70 Florida International* Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Bowling Green, Ky. 76-69 vs. Denver 81-92 vs. Louisiana Tech Postseason Women’s NIT 74-76 at Memphis 2000-01 - Won 14, Lost 14 Head Coach - Brian Boyer Michigan State Tournament at East Lansing, Mich. 50-76 @ Michigan State 71-61 vs. Tennessee Tech 51-63 Kansas 79-74 at McNeese State (OT) 52-54 at Butler 101-35 Mississippi Valley State 78-60 Southern Mississippi 54-69 at Mississippi Fun in the Sun Classic at Cancun, Mexico 45-69 vs. Duke 100-75 vs. Florida Atlantic 98-41 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 59-62 Louisiana Tech* 85-63 Middle Tennessee* 65-50 at South Alabama* 52-80 at Florida International* 62-82 at Louisiana Tech* 77-67 Arkansas-Little Rock* 65-76 Florida International* 75-67 Western Kentucky* 59-56 at New Orleans* 72-58 Louisiana-Lafayette* 55-61 at Denver* 67-79 at Middle Tennessee* 65-74 New Mexico State* 67-83 North Texas* 98-96 at Western Kentucky* 70-46 at Arkansas-Little Rock* Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Mobile, Ala. 54-59 at South Alabama

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2001-02 - Won 12, Lost 16 Head Coach - Brian Boyer DePaul Moran Realty Classic at Chicago, Ill. 72-62 vs. Western Michigan W 68-86 at DePaul L Loyola-Marymount Thanksgiving Classic at Los Angeles, CA 59-70 vs. Michigan State L 74-72 vs. Ball State W 58-60 @Loyola Marymount L 69-62 Jackson State W East Carolina U.S. Cellular Classic at Greenville, N.C. 52-77 vs. Georgia Tech L 72-69 at East Carolina W 64-70 Northern Iowa L 86-81 Mississippi W 60-63 Marquette L 54-78 at Louisiana Tech L 62-72 at Denver* L 66-82 at North Texas* L 53-41 Arkansas-Little Rock* W 54-61 South Alabama* L 58-57 Florida International* W 69-70 at New Orleans* L 68-80 Middle Tennessee* L 62-77 Western Kentucky* L 59-53 at Arkansas-Little Rock* W 97-70 at Texas-Pan American W 64-79 at Middle Tennessee* L

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79-69 at Lamar* W 65-48 at Texas-Pan American* W 73-64 Kansas State W 76-62 South Alabama* W 56-74 at Mississippi L 80-82 at Western Kentucky* L 96-65 New Orleans* W 99-46 Southwestern Louisiana* W 84-69 Lamar* W 47-75 at South Alabama* L 75-51 at SW Louisiana* W 78-66 at New Orleans* W 68-98 at Louisiana Tech* L Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Jonesboro 54-72 New Orleans L &—Game later forfeited by Kansas State


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2002-03 - Won 12, Lost 18 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 84-64 Maryland-Eastern Shore 54-72 Louisiana Tech Georgia Tech Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. 67-72 vs. Miami (OH) 63-48 vs. East Tennessee State 111-48 at Morris Brown 64-69 Grambling 66-70 at Northern Iowa 69-73 Hampton 64-69 Tulane 51-82 at Santa Clara 68-73 at Cal Poly 74-56 Arkansas-Little Rock 63-62 Belmont (OT) 63-80 at Middle Tennessee 77-84 at Western Kentucky 62-70 Denver 92-72 North Texas* 68-59 Texas Pan-American* 62-72 Florida International* 69-63 New Orleans (OT)* 34-45 at South Alabama* 53-50 at Arkansas-Little Rock* 63-71 Middle Tennessee* 73-85 Western Kentucky* 68-57 at Louisiana-Lafayette* 58-73 at New Mexico State* 66-76 at Florida International* Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Bowling Green, Ky. 66-59 vs. Denver 64-60 vs. New Mexico State 52-65 vs. Middle Tennessee

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2003-04 - Won 19, Lost 10 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 79-70 at Belmont W 89-60 Cal Poly W Long Island Turkey Day Classic at New York, N.Y. 84-77 vs. Alabama-Birmingham W 65-64 at Long Island W 84-79 Murray State W 77-54 at Hampton W 77-50 Alabama A & M W Louisiana State Tournament at Baton Rouge, La. 56-76 vs. Richmond L 63-67 vs. Kent State L 91-73 Stephen F. Austin W 52-62 East Carolina L 62-60 Florida International * W 56-59 at Tulane L 69-62 Middle Tennessee * W 81-74 Western Kentucky * W 63-66 at Denver * L 60-47 at North Texas * W 86-79 at Ark.-Little Rock * (OT) W 57-67 at Florida International * L 67-61 at New Orleans * W 57-54 South Alabama * W 69-53 Arkansas Little Rock * W 81-68 Texas A&M-Corpus ChristiW 47-70 at Middle Tennessee * L 70-60 at Western Kentucky * W 57-48 Louisiana-Lafayette * W 61-67 New Mexico State * L Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Bowling Green, KY 65-71 vs. New Mexico State (2OT) L

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2004-05 - Won 21, Lost 11 Head Coach - Brian Boyer Subway Classic Minneapolis, Minn. 45-82 at #14 Minnesota L 82-61 vs. Valparaiso W 87-63 Texas-El Paso W 50-67 at #21/23 Louisiana Tech L 62-66 at Alabama A&M L 68-64 #22/23 TCU W 85-43 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W Duel in the Desert Las Vegas, NV 53-87 vs. #12 Texas Tech L 75-43 vs. Western Michigan W 65-78 at Stephen F. Austin L 61-67 at Texas-El Paso L 80-46 Long Island W 85-74 at Florida International * (OT)W 75-83 at Western Kentucky * L 55-56 at Middle Tennessee * L 75-56 North Texas * W 72-45 Denver * W 87-73 at TAMUCC W 69-43 Arkansas-Little Rock * W 65-37 at South Alabama * W 66-44 New Orleans * W 69-62 at Arkansas-Little Rock * W 62-51 Florida International * W 80-70 Western Kentucky * W 72-69 Middle Tennessee * W 71-53 at New Mexico State * W 64-66 at Louisiana-Lafayette * L Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Denton, Texas 61-53 vs. South Alabama W 49-61 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette L Women’s National Invitation Tournament 78-61 Mississippi State W 98-84 Arkansas W 52-66 at Iowa L 2005-06 - Won 15, Lost 15 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 70-67 Missouri W 68-62 Missouri State W Blue Devil Tournament at Durham, N.C. 56-110 at #1 Duke L 74-66 George Mason W 58-95 at #22 Purdue L Brown Classic at Providence, R.I. 74-79 Stony Brook L 97-71 Hampton W 61-38 Alabama A&M W Duel In The Desert Tournament at Las Vegas, Nev. 54-77 #13 Notre Dame L 59-80 #23 North Carolina State L 67-91 at TCU L 64-76 Louisiana Tech L 67-45 North Dakota State W 50-54 *at Florida International L 65-66 *Middle Tennessee L 76-62 *Western Kentucky W 70-39 *Denver W 75-47 *North Texas W 54-46 *Arkansas-Little Rock W 70-74 *at South Alabama L 76-65 *at Troy W 47-57 *at Arkansas-Little Rock L 63-67 *Florida International L 59-95 *at Middle Tennessee L 89-106 *at Western Kentucky L 70-64 *at Louisiana-Lafayette W 86-42 *New Orleans W

68-62 *Troy W Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Murfreesboro, Tenn. 78-62 North Texas W 64-90 Middle Tennessee L 2006-07 - Won 21, Lost 13 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 65-76 at Charlotte L 73-56 Alabama W 53-74 at Missouri L 67-54 at Missouri State W 61-67 Purdue L 87-55 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 67-52 South Dakota State W Cal Contra Costa Classic at Berkeley, Calif. 90-71 San Jose St. W 62-81 California L 80-73 Oklahoma State W 65-58 at La.-Lafayette (OT) W 69-57 South Alabama* W 68-56 New Orleans* W 80-64 at La. Monroe* W 57-51 North Texas* W 62-43 UALR* W 55-76 at Troy* L 53-48 Denver* W 54-82 at Middle Tennessee* L 64-61 at North Dakota State W 59-64 Western Kentucky* L 64-67 at Fla. International* L 80-61 Florida Atlantic* W 77-61 La.-Lafayette* W 78-73 at South Alabama* W 70-87 at Denver* L 72-54 La.-Monroe* W 66-82 at North Texas* L 48-64 at UALR* L Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Jonesboro, Ark. 69-56 La.-Monroe W Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Lafayette, La. 76-67 Western Kentucky W 59-62 La.-Lafayette L Women’s National Invitation Tournament at Jonesboro, Ark. 59-52 Murray State W Women’s National Invitation Tournament at Madison, Wisc. 45-77 Wisconsin L 2007-08 - Won 20, Lost 12 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 67-77 at South Dakota State 54-53 Brigham Young 49-45 at Alabama 74-54 Missouri State Washington Husky Classic at Seattle, Wash. 57-44 Weber State 59-69 Washington 54-96 at Oklahoma State 36-93 at Oklahoma 73-54 UAPB 72-46 Florida Atlantic* 68-72 at New Orleans* 49-63 Indiana State 51-58 Charlotte 71-65 at Louisiana-Lafayette* 53-50 UALR* 69-55 North Texas 59-68 at Louisiana-Monroe* 70-68 Middle Tennessee* 46-57 at Denver* 66-48 Troy* 72-64 Florida Intl.* (OT) 73-81 at Western Kentucky* 70-58 at South Alabama* 76-61 at Florida Atlantic* 73-65 New Orleans*

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2008-09 - Won 16, Lost 14 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 73-56 Creighton W 71-40 Northern Arizona W 76-79 at Southern Illinois L 52-61 at Missouri State L 58-69 Kansas State L UTSA Thanksgiving Classic at San Antonio, Texas 88-69 vs. Charleston Southern W 73-59 vs. Texas-San Antonio W 76-68 at Indiana State (OT) W 57-87 Oklahoma L 51-63 FIU* L 47-65 at UALR* L 71-44 Alcorn State W 39-49 at Brigham Young L 63-61 New Orleans* W 63-54 at Denver* W 73-63 at North Texas* W 64-54 Louisiana-Monroe* W 68-69 South Alabama* L 51-91 at Middle Tennessee* L 44-54 Florida Atlantic* L 78-67 Western Kentucky* W 69-74 at Troy* L 44-55 at FIU* L 56-55 UALR* W 74-66 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W 47-41 at New Orleans* L 72-65 Denver* W 76-67 North Texas* W 66-63 at ULM* W Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Jonesboro, Ark. 74-80 North Texas L 2009-10 - Won 13, Lost 18 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 54-77 at Creighton L 80-79 at Kansas St. (OT) W 72-58 UAPB W Seton Hall The Rock Classic 43-72 Va. Commonwealth# L 52-76 Seton Hall# L 59-71 Louisiana Tech L 65-73 Missouri State L 70-79 at Saint Louis L 65-62 at Northern Arizona (OT) W 67-60 Texas-Arlington (OT) W 49-75 UALR* L 68-54 Southern Illinois W 60-65 at Denver* L 77-65 North Texas* W 65-75 Middle Tennessee* L 67-68 at South Alabama* L 77-76 at North Texas* W 61-65 at FIU* L 69-85 at Florida Atlantic* L 67-56 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 74-58 Denver* W 48-79 at UALR* L 57-70 at New Orleans* L 77-56 Louisiana-Monroe* W 78-83 at Western Kentucky* (OT) L 87-58 at Louisiana-Lafayette W 74-83 Western Kentucky* L 67-52 New Orleans* W 69-75 Troy* L Sun Belt Conference Tournament

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2010-11 - Won 18, Lost 14 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 69-59 TAMUCC# W 47 -50 #22 Iowa# L 59-47 UAPB W 54-50 Saint Louis W 48 -60 #20 St. John’s L 59-55 at UT-Arlington (OT) W 80-86 SMU (2OT) % L 49-37 Georgia Southern% W 66-47 Henderson State W 47-58 at Missouri State L 54-84 at Louisiana Tech L 44-62 Charlotte L 59-42 Stephen F. Austin W 68-53 South Alabama* W 74-75 Western Kentucky (OT)* L 62 -61 at Florida International* W 52-56 at Florida Atlantic* L 80-70 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 52-57 Middle Tennessee* L 56-65 at Denver* L 62-59 at North Texas (OT)* W 45-61 Louisiana-Monroe* L 36-53 at UALR* L 62-53 Denver* W 45-55 at Louisiana-Monroe* L 66-44 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W 83-69 at Troy (OT)* W 71-50 North Texas* W 54-51 UALR* W Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Hot Springs, Ark. 66-52 Florida Atlantic W 77-62 Middle Tennessee W 47-55 Western Kentucky L # - TAMUCC Islander Classic % - SMU Hoops for the Cure 2011-12 - Won 12, Lost 18 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 48-78 at Charlotte L 84-71 TAMUCC W 48-70 at Tulsa L 64-56 Toledo W 52-64 at SEMO L Arizona State Classic 50-78 vs. Illinois State# L 51-72 vs. E. Washington# L 80-70 Tulsa W 59-69 Louisiana Tech L 58-56 Southern California W 69-64 at Stephen F. Austin W 68-77 Missouri State L 44-57 Florida Atlantic* L 57-83 at Louisiana-Monroe* L 49-58 Denver* L 70-64 North Texas (OT)* W 83-68 UT-Martin W 57-64 UALR* L 62-71 at Middle Tennessee* L 55-52 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 61-73 at Denver* L 54-68 at North Texas* L 76-61 Louisiana-Monroe* W 39-68 at South Alabama* L 57-50 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W 62-39 Troy* W 45-52 Florida International* L 56-53 at Western Kentucky* W 43-59 at UALR* L Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Hot Springs, Arkansas 38-62 vs. South Alabama L 2012-13 - Won 15, Lost 15 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 34-56 at Toledo

62-72 at UT-Martin L 51-60 Wichita State L 51-52 SEMO L 58-72 at USC L 60-57 at Florida International* W 71-79 at Florida Atlantic* L 58-51 Central Arkansas W 60-83 at Missouri State L 75-44 Austin Peay W 66-58 Nicholls State W 77-53 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 47-53 at South Alabama* L 70-72 Middle Tennessee* L 63-58 Western Kentucky* W 49-43 Florida International* W 48-39 at  Louisiana-Lafayette* W 71-58 Louisiana-Monroe* W 87-74 at Troy* W 74-56 Florida Atlantic* W 72-61 South Alabama* W 62-64 North Texas* L 49-93 at Middle Tennessee* L 78-74 at Western Kentucky* W 50-54 Arkansas-Little Rock* L 77-58 at Louisiana-Monroe* W 71-59 Troy* W 51-53 at North Texas* L 50-58 at Arkansas-Little Rock* L Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Hot Springs, Ark. 50-58 vs Florida International L 2013-14 - Won 22, Lost 12 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 79-61 Missouri State W 79-69 at Austin Peay W 66-75 UT Martin L 92-61 Kent State W 91-68 at Louisiana Tech W 60-93 vs. North Carolina# L 54-70 vs. Illinois# L 66-69 vs. Arizona State# L 47-66 at Wichita State L 90-75 Tennessee Tech W 73-61 at Central Arkansas W 62-80 at Texas A&M L 66-62 at UT Arlington* W 87-71 at Texas State* W 74-65 Troy* W 73-60 South Alabama* W 74-76 Georgia State* L 67-64 at Western Kentucky* W 77-45 Arkansas-Little Rock* W 80-68 at Louisiana-Monroe* W 65-83 at Troy* L 78-75 Western Kentucky (OT)* W 80-75 at Georgia State* W 71-58 at South Alabama* W 76-77 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L 73-47 UT Arlington* W 74-55 Texas State* W 55-64 at Arkansas-Little Rock* L 107-57 Louisiana-Monroe* W 90-49 Louisiana-Lafayette* W Sun Belt Conference Tournament at New Orleans, La. 78-69 Louisiana-Monroe W 59-48 Texas State W 60-61 Western Kentucky L Women’s National Invitation Tournament at El Paso, Texas 64-74 at Texas-El Paso W

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All-Time Series Results 2014-15 Opponents In Bold Abilene Christian Alabama Alabama A&M Alabama-Birmingham Alcorn State Appalachian State Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas Baptist Arkansas Brokerage Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas-Pine Bluff Arkansas State-Beebe Arkansas Tech Austin Peay Ball State Baylor Belmont Boise State Boston Brigham Young Butler Cal Cal-Irvine Cal Poly Cal-Santa Barbara Central Arkansas Central Florida Charlotte Charleston Southern Christian Brothers Cincinnati College of Ozarks Coppin State Creighton Cumberland Delta State Denver DePaul Dillard (La.) Duke East Carolina East Tennessee State Eastern Washington Evansville Florida Florida Atlantic Florida Gulf Coast Florida International George Mason George Washington Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Grambling State Hampton Harding Hawaii Henderson State

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Illinois 1-1 Illinois State 0-1 Indiana State 2-1 Iowa 0-2 Jackson State 2-0 James Madison 1-0 Kansas 2-3 Kansas State 5-1 Kent State 1-1 Kentucky State 0-2 Lamar 19-15 LaSalle 0-2 Long Island 2-0 Louisiana College 0-1 Louisiana-Lafayette 46-13 Louisiana-Monroe 21-13 Louisiana Tech 3-37 Louisville 1-1 Loyola Marymount 0-1 Lyon College* 17-3 Maine 0-1 Marquette 1-2 Marshall 0-1 Maryland Eastern Shore 1-0 McNeese State 5-6 Memphis% 1-9 Miami (OH) 0-1 Michigan State 0-2 Middle Tennessee 6-18 Mississippi 3-7 Mississippi College 4-2 Mississippi County All-Stars 3-1 Mississippi State 5-2 Mississippi Valley State 16-3 Missouri 1-2 Missouri-Kansas City 5-4 Missouri-St. Louis 3-0 Missouri Southern 0-1 Missouri State+ 8-10 Minnesota 0-2 Morgan State 0-0 Morris Brown 1-0 Murray State 9-8 Nebraska 2-1 Nebraska Wesleyan 1-0 Nevada-Las Vegas 2-1 New Hampshire 2-0 New Mexico State 6-3 New Orleans 29-14 Niagara 1-0 Nicholls State 2-0 Northern Arizona 2-0 Northern Illinois 1-0 Northern Iowa 1-2 North Carolina 0-1 North Carolina State 0-1 North Dakota State 2-0 North Texas 20-11 Northwest Oklahoma State 0-3 Notre Dame 0-1 Ohio State 0-0 Oklahoma 1-4 Oklahoma State 2-4

Ouachita Baptist 12-3 Pepperdine 1-0 Philander Smith 4-0 Portland 1-0 Purdue 0-2 Rice 0-1 Richmond 0-1 Saint Louis 7-1 San Francisco 1-1 San Jose State 1-0 Santa Clara 0-1 Seton Hall 0-1 South Alabama 31-10 South Carolina 2-0 South Dakota State 1-1 Southeast Missouri State 4-5 SE Oklahoma State 0-1 Southern^ 3-0 Southern Arkansas# 7-9 Southern California 1-1 Southern Ill.-Edwardsville 1-0 Southern Illinois 1-1 Southern Methodist 2-2 Southern Mississippi 2-2 Southwest Baptist 1-0 Stephen F. Austin 3-3 Stony Brook 0-1 Tennessee-Chattanooga 0-0 Tennessee-Martin 3-6 Tennessee State 1-1 Tennessee Tech 2-1 Texas 0-1 Texas A&M 1-1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 4-0 Texas-Arlington 10-5 Texas Christian 4-1 Texas-El Paso 5-1 Texas-Pan American 25-0 Texas-San Antonio 1-0 Texas State 3-0 Texas Tech 0-2 Toledo 2-1 Troy 9-4 Tulane 1-2 Tulsa 4-1 Union (Tenn.) 0-2 U.S. International 1-0 Valparaiso 1-1 Virginia 1-1 Virginia Commonwealth 0-1 Washington 0-1 Weber State 1-0 Western Kentucky 20-31 Western Michigan 2-0 Wichita State 2-3

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Alford, Kelley (‘05, ‘06) Allison, Linda (‘81, ‘82, ‘84) Abraham, Amber (‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘06) Anderson, Ashley (‘06, ‘07, ‘08) Asher, Kay (‘75)

--B-Baker, Rachel (‘08) Balentine, Kim (‘78, ‘79) Barry, Christina (‘98) Binkley, Amie (‘89, ‘90) Birmingham, Karla (‘76, ‘77) Bolding, Meredith (‘94) Bradshaw, Kellina (‘98, ‘99) Brehe, Ada (‘89) Brehe, Eva (‘86, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89) Brown, Erica (‘84, ‘85) Brown, Jessica (‘10) Brown, Rachel (‘05, ‘06, ‘07) Brown-Haywood, Khadija (‘13, ‘14) Burleson, Jeannie (‘78)

--C-Caraway, Katie (‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06) Carlew, Karen (‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78) Carter, Ali (‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘07) Carter, Holly (‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96) Chatman, Jimmisa (‘98, ‘99) Chism, Felicia (‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94) Christian, Tabitha (‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07) Clark, Donna (‘81, ‘82) Clausen, Leslie (‘85) Clay, Claudette (‘87, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90) Clayborn, LaWanda (‘10, ‘11) Clifft, Susan (‘75) Cotton, Cynthia (‘85, ‘86) Cottrell, Mozell Maddox- (‘94, ‘95, ‘97, ‘99) Crane, Leslie (‘85, ‘86) Crawford, Evevetta (‘94, ‘95) Criner, Angie (‘08) Curtis, Serenia (‘91, ‘92)

--D-Davie, Adrianne (‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07) Davis, Holly (‘91, ‘92) Davis, Kim (‘99, ‘00) Delap, Susan (‘84) Dement, Tania (‘86) DePriest, Phyllis (‘75, ‘77) DeVore, Janet (‘91, ‘92) DiCicco, Gina (‘81) Dotson, Belinda (‘75) Dudic, Rebecca (‘97, ‘98) Dunn, Elyseia (‘09) Dyess, Kathy (‘97)

--E-Eaves, Denise (‘91, ‘92) Ellison, Breaunna (‘10, ‘11) Eskridge, Ashley (‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95) Evans, Keeshia (‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01)

--F-Featherston, Danielle (‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96) Fields, Charlotte (‘84, ‘85, ‘86, 1988) Flanery, Jessica (‘13, ‘14) Flynn, Sheri (‘90) Fowler, Brittany (‘14) Freeman, Rodneikka (‘03, ‘05)

--G-Gaines, Michelle (‘85) Gamble, Aundrea (‘13) Gill, Brittney (‘13) Glenn, Kimmie (‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78) Glenn, Tammy (‘77, ‘78) Golden, Sandy (‘76) Goodall, Natalie (‘00, ‘01) Graddy, Linda (‘82, ‘83, ‘84) Graddy, Mary (‘80, ‘81, ‘82, ‘83) Gragg, Amanda (‘05) Gragg, Paula (‘83) Graves, LaToya (‘03) Guy, Annette (‘75, ‘76)

--H-Hafner, June (‘75) Hagood, Julie (‘97, ‘98, ‘99, ‘00) Hall, Kellye (‘77) Harris, Claudia (‘88) Harris, Lee Ann (‘79) Harris, Missy (‘75) Harris, Quiana (‘99, ‘00) Hawkins, Semona (1985, 1986) Hayes, Zennia (‘87, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90) Heiberg, Amanda (‘97) Helms, Melody (‘83, ‘84, ‘86) Henke, Linsay (‘09, ‘10) Higgins, Martha (‘79, ‘80, ‘81) Hiles, Brittney (‘06, ‘07, ‘08) Hodge, Dena (‘81, ‘82, ‘83) Holm, Betty (‘77, ‘78, ‘79) Holsten, Dana (‘89, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92) Hopper, Micaela (‘01, ‘02) Hornbeck, Emily (‘04) Horton, Michelle (‘82, ‘83, ‘84, ‘85) Horton, Phyllis (‘76) Horton, Rosetta (‘75) Humphries, Z (‘02, ‘03) Hunt, Jasmine (‘11, ‘12, ‘13) Hurst, NeNe (‘09, ‘10, 11, ‘12)

Lowman, Casie (‘00, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03)

--M-Maddox, Olivia (‘12) Maglaughlin, Ronnie (‘05, ‘06) Martin, Diane (‘76) McCarroll, Michele (‘90, ‘91) McCarter, Karissa (‘88, ‘89) McClendon, Karen (‘80) McCoy, Rachel (‘87, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90) McDowell, Quinishia (‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13) McKeirnan, Jolie (‘00, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03) McNair, Makala (‘08) Mitchell, Tiffany (‘95) Morgan, Debbie Balentine- (‘76, ‘77, ‘78, ‘79) Morgan, Rita (‘76) Morrill, Jane (‘11, ‘12, ‘13, ‘14) Morris, Barbara (‘82, ‘83) Muirhead, Brandi (‘97, ‘98)

--O-O’Bannon, Jalen (‘13, ‘14) Oliver, Dominique (‘14) Olvera, Ashley (‘12, ‘13)

--P-Partain, Lisa (‘83) Parks, Vanessa (‘84) Pence, Melia, (‘07) Penn, Beth (‘84, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87) Perkins, Beverly (‘76) Petty, Becky (‘91) Phillips, Patti (‘78, ‘79) Phipps, Gaye (‘80) Pipkens, Aundrea (‘14) Porter, Rachel (‘03) Pospisil, Kayla (‘08) Powell, Mary (‘82, ‘83) Powers, Patti (‘81) Price, Michelle (‘85, ‘86) Pritchett, Tiarra (‘12)

--I-Isbell, Julie (‘96)

--J-Jackson, Quintella (‘84, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87) Jamieson, Loretta (‘81, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84) Jayroe, Sue Hill- (‘77, ‘78, ‘79, ‘80) Jefferson, Ebonie (‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10) Jenkins, Renee (‘86) Jernigan, Rita (‘75) Johnson, Jeanetta (‘78, ‘79) Johnson, Tanisha (‘99, ‘00) Jones, LaTanya (‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97) Jones, Marcia (‘84, ‘85) Jordan, April (‘88)

--K-Kemp, Tia (‘95, ‘96, ‘97) Killough, Lindsey (‘13) King, Xena (‘13) Kukura, Andrea (‘86, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89)

--L-Lane, Zaneta (‘04, ‘05) Lee, Sharon (‘75, ‘77) LeGrande, Mary (‘94) Lercher, Theresa (‘79, ‘80) Lewis, Meghan (‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12) Lock, Kelsey (‘05, ‘06, ‘07) Long, Kathie (‘79, ‘80, ‘81)

--Q-Qedan, Hanna (‘12, ‘13, ‘14) Quarrells, Lois (‘76, ‘77) Quarry, Cindy (‘78)

--R-Randke, Mekena (‘11) Reel, Laura (‘12) Reid, Tasha (‘02) Rhea, Shannon (‘90, ‘91) Richardson, Sueann (‘77, ‘78) Roberson, Sherry (‘75) Roberts, Lunden (‘12) Romine, Vicki (‘87, ‘88) Rowell, Melinda (‘81, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84) Ross, Jill (‘83) Ruffins, Jamie (‘13) Rush, Charity (‘98, ‘99)

--S-Sagaikaite, Agne (‘02, ‘04) Sample, Clara (‘76, ‘77) Scales, Palmer (‘84, ‘85) Scheer, Angie (‘89, ‘90) Schlup, Lyndsay (‘07,’08, ‘09, ‘10) Schrock, Vanessa (‘04, ‘05) Schumann, Jennifer (‘91, ‘92) Scott, Cindy (‘77) Scott, Shay (‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11) Scroggins, Sherry (‘82)

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Shelby, Brooke (‘01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04) Shepherd, Cheri (‘92, ‘93) Sims, Rudy (‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07) Sinegar, Bernadette (‘85) Smith, Carey (‘97) Smith, Rae-Anne (‘99, ‘00, ‘01, ‘02) Smith, Shundra (‘95, ‘96) Smith, Tracy (‘90) Smith, Veronica (‘07, ‘08, ‘09) Smith, Wanda (‘75) Soukupova, Lenka (‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01) Spears, Shelly (‘88, ‘89) Starr, Caroline (‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09) Steimel, Rose (‘83) Stoudemire, LaDe’Sha (‘09)

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

--T-Tackett, Jammie (‘99, ‘00) Tate, Creshauna (‘93) Tate, Sonja (‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93) Tausan, Crystal (‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96) Taylor, Jasmine (‘10, ‘11) Taylor, Jazmine (‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘11) Taylor, Latrice (‘00, ‘01) Tedder, Lurlene (‘76) Thibodeaux, Phyllis (‘93) Thomas, Retta (‘81, ‘82) Thorton, Susie (‘78) Towne, Amy (‘97, ‘98) Troupe, Joycelyn (‘87, ‘88, ‘89) Tucker, Chiquita (‘01, ‘02) Tucker, Shyla (‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94)

--V-Vaccari, Juli (‘75) VanDunk, Dawnetta (‘94) Van Horenbeeck, Claudia (‘90)

--W-Walmsley, Sandra (‘79, ‘80) Ward, Becky (‘76, ‘77) Ward, Halsey (‘06) Watson, Andi (‘10, ’11, ‘12, ‘13) Weaver, Pat (‘75, ‘76) Werntz, Lindsay (‘97) Webster, Catriece (‘03, ‘04) Whitehurst, Teresa (‘80) Wilburn, Barbara (‘85, ‘86, ‘88, ‘89) Wilford, Marie (‘75) Wilkett, Nicole (‘91, ‘92) Williams, Ashley (‘03) Williams, Shavondra (‘06) Wilson, Carol (‘80) Wiskotoni, Becky (‘79, ‘80, ‘81, ‘82) Wyatt, Carlette (‘13, ‘14) Wyatt, Carlisha (‘13, ‘14)

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--Y-Young, Beth (‘93, ‘95, ‘96) Young, Melissa (‘87, ‘88) Current Players in Bold

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The Arkansas State University Athletic Department announced the second largest single donation in its history, a $400,000 gift from Charles Luter that is being used to enhance the athletic academic facility, at a press conference held at the newly named Charles F. Luter Family Academic Success Center in September of 2008. The Charles Luter Family Academic Success Center serves as a foundation for structure, discipline and organization for the education of all ASU student-athletes. The facility, coupled with innovative programs and equipment, currently houses the academic support staff, tutors, computer labs, a resource room, study areas, tutorial rooms, small group study centers, a large conference room, the compliance office and spring sports coaching offices. The athletic department came back on May 20, 2011 to hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open-house reception for to showcase some of the renovations that have occured since the donation was made. Among the most recent and noticeable modifications to the Charles Luter Family Academic Success Center is a new foyer housed in a brick and rock exterior that, along with new landscaping, gives the entrance to the building a modern look and creates a stronger image. The actual foyer has a large Red Wolves logo embedded in a terrazzo flooring that greets visitors as they enter the building. A receptionist office now also connects to the lobby area, which holds all-new furniture and a plaque recognizing Charles and his wife, Kay. A restructuring of the academic resource center, now known as Dawson’s Den, has occurred, including a wall-wrap celebrating academic success that is clearly visible for student-athletes working in the computer lab. Additionally, tutorial rooms and computer-work stations have been upgraded in this area, which also displays pictures of the most recent ASU graduates. The names of the latest members of the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll are also showcased in Dawson’s Den. The area is named after Scott and Kay Dawson, longtime supporters of Red Wolves’ athletics. Team photos have been hung and are displayed along the walls of the building, along with plaques displaying the all-time winners of the Terry Gwin and Scott and Kay Dawson Ambassador Awards, two of the highest honors and ASU student-athlete can receive. Additional renovations are still scheduled, includiing a “Wall of Honor” that will recognize special student-athletes that come to Arkansas State and excelled in their business, in their profession, in their career or in their community.

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Conference Stadnings (1992-Present) 2013-2014 Team W L Pct. #*Arkansas State 14 4 .778 !%Wesern Ky. 13 5 .722 UALR 12 6 .667 Texas State 12 6 .667 Troy 8 10 .444 Georgia State 8 10 .444 Louisiana-Lafayette7 11 .389 Louisiana-Monroe 7 11 .389 South Alabama 6 12 .333 UT Arlington 3 15 .167

W 22 24 18 16 12 12 14 11 8 4

L 12 9 12 16 18 19 16 20 20 25

Pct. .647 .727 .600 .500 .400 .387 .467 .355 .286 .138

* — Division Champion ! — Tournament Champion/NCAA Qualifier % — NCAA Tournament Participant # — Postseason WNIT Participant ^ — Postseason WBU Participant 2012-2013 WEST DIVISION Team W L Pct. #*UALR 14 6 700 Arkansas State 12 8 .600 North Texas 10 10 .500 Louisiana-Monroe 7 13 .350 Louisiana-Lafayette3 17 .150

W 24 15 11 10 10

L 9 15 19 21 21

Pct. .727 .500 .367 .323 .323

EAST DIVISION W L Pct. 17 3 .850 13 7 .650 12 8 .600 10 10 .500 9 11 .450 3 17 .150

W 25 22 19 17 12 7

L 8 11 13 13 17 24

Pct. .758 .667 .594 .567 .414 .226

Team !*Middle Tenn. #Western Ky. #FIU South Alabama Florida Atlantic Troy

* — Division Champion ! — Tournament Champion/NCAA Qualifier % - NCAA Tournament Participant # — Postseason WNIT Participant 2011-2012 WEST DIVISION Team W L Pct. *!UALR 12 4 .750 #Denver 11 5 .688 North Texas 7 9 .438 Louisiana-Monroe 7 9 .438 Arkansas State 6 10 .375 Louisiana-Lafayette1 15 .063

W 20 17 15 9 12 7

L 13 13 16 21 18 23

Pct. .606 .567 .484 .300 .400 .233

EAST DIVISION W L Pct. 16 0 1.000 11 5 .688 10 6 .625 9 7 .563 5 11 .313 1 15 .063

W 26 17 23 17 9 2

L 7 13 11 13 21 26

Pct. .788 .567 .676 .567 .300 .071

Team *%Middle Tenn. #Florida Atlantic #FIU South Alabama Western Kentucky Troy

Team *!UALR #Denver ULM Arkansas State La.-Lafayette North Texas

2010-2011 WEST DIVISION W L Pct. 14 2 .875 11 5 .688 9 7 .563 9 7 .563 4 12 .250 2 14 .125

W 23 19 16 18 11 5

L 8 12 15 14 19 25

Pct. .742 .613 .516 .563 .367 .167

Team *%Middle Tenn. FIU Western Kentucky South Alabama Florida Atlantic Troy

EAST DIVISION W L Pct. 14 2 .875 10 6 .625 9 7 .563 8 8 .500 4 12 .250 2 14 .124

W 23 16 15 17 7 5

L 8 16 17 13 21 25

Pct. .742 .500 .469 .567 .250 .167

* — Division Champion ! — Tournament Champion/NCAA Qualifier % - NCAA Tournament Participant # — Postseason WNIT Participant 2009-2010 WEST DIVISION W L Pct. 17 1 .944 12 6 .667 7 11 .389 5 13 .278 4 14 .222 4 14 .222 4 14 .222

W 27 18 13 9 12 10 9

L 6 13 18 22 20 19 22

Pct. .818 .581 .419 .290 .375 .345 .290

EAST DIVISION Team W L Pct. *%Middle Tenn. 17 1 .944 #Western Kentucky14 4 .778 Florida Atlantic 10 8 .556 FIU 9 9 .500 South Alabama 9 9 .500 Troy 5 13 .278

W 25 21 14 14 15 12

L 6 11 15 16 16 17

Pct. .806 .656 .483 .467 .484 .414

Team *!UALR Denver Arkansas State North Texas New Orleans ULM La.-Lafayette

* — Division Champion ! — Tournament Champion/NCAA Qualifier % - NCAA Tournament Participant # — Postseason WNIT Participant

Team *#UALR Arkansas State Denver New Orleans ULM North Texas La.-Lafayette

2008-2009 WEST DIVISION W L Pct. 16 2 .889 10 8 .556 10 8 .556 8 10 .444 7 11 .389 6 12 .333 0 18 .000

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L 7 14 15 17 16 20 27

Pct. .788 .533 .516 .452 .484 .355 .100

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EAST DIVISION Team W L Pct. *!Middle Tenn. 16 2 .889 South Alabama 10 8 .556 Western Kentucky 10 8 .556 Troy 10 8 .556 Florida Atlantic 9 9 .500 FIU 4 14 .222

W 26 21 16 16 12 6

L 7 11 13 14 17 24

Pct. .788 .656 .552 .533 .414 .200

* — Division Champion ! — Tournament Champion/NCAA Qualifier # — Postseason WNIT Participant 2007-2008 WEST DIVISION Team W L Pct. *#Ark-Little Rock 14 4 .778 Arkansas State 13 5 .722 La.-Monroe 10 8 .556 North Texas 8 10 .444 New Orleans 7 11 .389 Denver 6 12 .333 La.-Lafayette 4 14 .222

W 23 20 17 14 13 11 8

L 9 12 13 18 17 19 22

Pct. .719 .625 .567 .438 .433 .367 .267

EAST DIVISION W L Pct. 16 2 .889 14 4 .778 10 8 .556 8 10 .444 5 13 .278 2 16 .111

W 26 22 20 13 13 6

L 8 12 11 18 18 22

Pct. .765 .647 .645 .419 .419 .214

Team *!Western Ky. #Middle Tenn. South Alabama Fla. Internat’l Troy Florida Atlantic

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* — Division Champion ! — Tournament Champion/NCAA Qualifier # — Postseason WNIT Participant 2006-2007 WEST DIVISION Team W L Pct. *%La.-Lafayette 14 4 .778 Denver 12 6 .667 Ark-Little Rock 12 6 .667 #Arkansas State 11 7 .611 North Texas 6 12 .333 La.-Monroe 4 14 .222 New Orleans 3 15 .167

W 25 20 21 20 9 14 9

L 9 11 10 12 20 16 21

Pct. .735 .645 .677 .625 .310 .467 .300

EAST DIVISION W L Pct. 18 0 1.000 14 4 .778 9 9 .500 7 11 .389 5 13 .278 2 16 .111

W 30 23 16 14 12 6

L 4 9 14 16 17 25

Pct. .882 .719 .533 .467 .414 .194

Team *!Middle Tenn. # Western Ky. Fla. Internat’l South Alabama Troy Florida Atlantic

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Team *#W. Kentucky !Middle Tenn. #Fla. International Arkansas State Ark-Little Rock

2005-06 EAST DIVISION W L Pct. 12 2 .857 10 4 .714 9 5 .643 7 7 .500 5 9 .357

W 27 20 19 15 13

L 7 11 13 15 15

Pct. .794 .645 .594 .500 .464

Team *North Texas Denver La.-Lafayette South Alabama Troy New Orleans

WEST DIVISION W L Pct. 9 6 .600 8 7 .533 8 7 .533 8 7 .533 3 12 .200 1 14 .067

W 19 15 18 15 9 3

L 9 13 10 14 18 25

Pct. .679 .536 .643 .517 .333 .107

* — Division Champion ! — Tournament Champion/NCAA Qualifier # — Postseason WNIT Participant 2004-2005 EAST DIVISION Team W L Pct. Western Ky.+* 12 2 .857 Arkansas State+ 11 3 .786 Middle Tenn.$ 11 3 .786 Fla. International 7 7 .500 Ark-Little Rock 3 11 .214 Team La-Lafayette* North Texas South Alabama Denver New Mexico St. New Orleans

WEST DIVISION W L Pct. 10 5 .667 9 6 .600 7 8 .467 4 11 .267 4 11 .267 2 13 .133

W L 19 8 21 11 24 9 18 11 10 19

Pct. .692 .656 .727 .621 .345

W 22 14 13 6 9 2

Pct. .710 .500 .464 .214 .321 .071

L 9 14 15 22 19 26

* — Division Champion $ — Tournament Champion/NCAA Qualifier + — Postseason WNIT Participant 2003-2004 EAST DIVISION Team W L Pct. Arkansas State*+ 10 4 .714 Middle Tenn.*$ 10 4 .714 Western Ky.*+^ 10 4 .714 Fla. Internat’l 5 9 .357 Ark-Little Rock 3 11 .214

W 19 24 20 11 10

L 10 8 14 16 17

Pct. .655 .750 .588 .407 .370

WEST DIVISION W L Pct. 11 4 .733 7 8 .467 7 8 .467 6 9 .400 6 9 .400 5 10 .333

W 22 13 11 14 13 10

L 7 15 17 15 16 17

Pct. .759 .464 .393 .483 .448 .370

Team So. Alabama*+ La.-Lafayette North Texas Denver New Mexico St. New Orleans

* — Division Champion/Co-Champions $ — Tournament Champion/NCAA Qualifier ^ — Preseason WNIT Participant + — Postseason WNIT Participant

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W 22 19 18 12 5

L 9 11 11 18 23

Pct. .710 .633 .621 .400 .179

Team So. Alabama*^+ New Mexico St.* New Orleans North Texas Denver La.-Lafayette

WEST DIVISION W L Pct. 10 5 .667 10 5 .667 9 6 .600 6 9 .400 6 9 .400 4 11 .267

W 19 16 12 12 12 8

L 10 12 16 16 18 19

Pct. .655 .571 .429 .429 .400 .296

* — Division Champion/Co-Champions $ — Tournament Champion/NCAA Qualifier ^ — Preseason WNIT Participant + — Postseason WNIT Participant 2001-2002 EAST DIVISION Team W L Pct. $+*Fla. Internat’l 13 1 .929 ^Western Ky. 9 5 .643 Middle Tenn. 7 7 .500 Arkansas State 6 8 .429 Ark-Little Rock 2 12 .143

W 27 16 16 12 8

L 6 14 13 16 19

Pct. .818 .533 .522 .429 .296

WEST DIVISION W L Pct. 12 3 .750 11 4 .733 7 8 .467 6 9 .400 6 9 .400 1 14 .067

W 21 16 17 13 11 7

L 9 13 11 16 18 21

Pct. .700 .522 .607 .448 .379 .250

Team ^*North Texas Denver South Alabama New Mexico St. New Orleans La.-Lafayette

* — Division Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant + — Sun Belt Tournament Champion ^ — WNIT Participant 2000-2001 EAST DIVISION Team W L Pct. #+$La. Tech 16 0 1.000 *Fla. International 11 5 .688 *Middle Tenn. 9 7 .563 Arkansas State 8 8 .500 *Western Ky. 8 8 .500 Ark.-Little Rock 0 16 .000

W 31 20 17 14 19 6

L 5 10 13 14 14 22

Pct. .861 .667 .567 .500 .576 .214

WEST DIVISION W L Pct. 14 2 .875 10 6 .625 7 9 .438 6 10 .375 5 11 .313 2 14 .125

W 24 19 15 10 13 8

L 7 11 14 18 16 20

Pct. .774 .633 .517 .357 .448 .286

Team +$Denver *North Texas New Orleans New Mexico St. South Alabama La.-Lafayette

+ — Division Champion

* — WNIT Participant # — Sun Belt Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant Team @!$La. Tech $Western Ky. Denver Fla. International *Arkansas State New Orleans La.-Lafayette South Alabama Ark.-Little Rock

1999-2000 W L Pct. 16 0 1.000 13 3 .813 10 6 .625 10 6 .625 8 8 .500 7 9 .438 5 11 .316 2 14 .125 1 15 .063

W 31 22 16 16 18 11 12 8 5

L 3 9 11 13 12 17 16 21 23

Pct. .912 .710 .593 .552 .600 .393 429 .276 .179

L 3 7 7 14 16 19 26

Pct. .909 .767 .750 .563 .407 .269 .037

@ — Sun Belt Reg.-Season Champion * — WNIT Participant ! — Sun Belt Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant Team @!$La. Tech $Fla. International Western Ky. *Arkansas State New Orleans South Alabama Southwestern La.

1998-1999 W L Pct. 12 0 1.000 9 3 .750 8 4 .667 7 5 .583 4 8 .333 2 10 .167 0 12 .000

W 30 23 21 18 11 7 1

@ — Sun Belt Regular-Season Champion ! — Sun Belt Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant * — WNIT Participant Team @!$La. Tech $Western Ky. Arkansas State New Orleans Southwestern La. South Alabama Lamar UT-Pan American

1997-1998 W L Pct. 13 1 .929 12 2 .857 11 3 .786 7 7 .500 7 7 .500 4 10 .286 2 12 .143 0 14 .000

W 31 26 20 12 9 7 5 1

L 4 9 10 16 18 20 22 26

Pct. .886 .743 .667 .429 .333 .259 .185 .037

@ — Sun Belt Regular-Season Champion ! — Sun Belt Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant Team @!$La. Tech @$Western Ky. Arkansas State New Orleans South Alabama UT-Pan American Lamar Southwestern La.

1996-1997 W L Pct. 12 2 .857 12 2 .857 10 4 .714 10 4 .714 5 9 .357 3 11 .214 2 12 .143 2 12 .143

W 31 22 20 17 11 5 5 3

L 4 9 8 12 16 22 22 24

@ — SBC Regular-Season Co-Champions! Belt Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant

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Pct. .886 .710 .714 .586 .407 .185 .185 .111 —

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2002-2003 EAST DIVISION W L Pct. 12 2 .857 9 5 .643 9 5 .643 5 9 .357 0 14 .000


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1995-1996 W L Pct. W L Pct. @!$La. Tech 14 0 1.000 31 2 .939 %Western Ky. 11 3 .786 19 13 .594 Arkansas State 9 5 .643 17 10 .630 Lamar 8 6 .571 14 15 .483 South Alabama 6 8 .429 12 15 .444 New Orleans 5 9 .357 9 19 .321 UT-Pan American 3 11 .214 10 17 .370 Southwestern La. 0 14 .000 2 25 .074 @ — Sun Belt Regular-Season Champions! — Sun Belt Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant % — NWIT Participant 1994-1995 W L Pct. @$La, Tech 13 1 .929 !$Western Ky. 12 2 .857 Lamar 10 4 .714 Arkansas State 9 5 .643 New Orleans 6 8 .429 South Alabama 2 12 .143 Southwestern La. 2 12 .143 UT-Pan American 2 12 .143

W 28 28 16 20 11 6 4 3

L 5 4 12 10 16 21 23 24

Pct. .848 .875 .571 .667 .407 .222 .148 .111

@ — Sun Belt Regular-Season Champion ! — Sun Belt Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant 1993-1994 W L Pct. @!$La. Tech 14 0 1.000 $Western Ky. 11 3 .786 %Arkansas St. 10 4 .714 New Orleans 8 6 .571 Lamar 5 9 .357 Southwestern La. 4 10 .286 South Alabama 3 11 .214 UT-Pan American 1 13 .071

W 31 24 22 16 8 6 5 4

L 4 10 9 12 19 21 22 23

Pct. .886 .706 .710 .571 .296 .222 .185 .148

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@ — Sun Belt Regular-Season Champion ! — Sun Belt Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant % — NWIT Participant 1992-1993 W L Pct. @$La. Tech 13 1 .929 @$Western Ky. 13 1 .929 %Arkansas St. 10 4 .714 New Orleans 7 7 .500 Lamar 4 10 .286 South Alabama 4 10 .286 UT-Pan American 3 11 .214 Southwestern La. 2 12 .143

W 26 24 24 18 10 9 6 4

L 6 7 7 10 16 18 21 22

Pct. .813 .774 .774 .643 .385 .333 .222 .154

L 7

Pct. .750

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1991-1992 W L Pct. W 13 3 .813 21

@!$Western Ky. $La. Tech %Arkansas St. New Orleans South Alabama Central Florida UT-Pan American Southwestern La.

13 12 12 10 5 5 2 0

3 4 4 6 11 11 14 16

.813 .750 .750 .625 .313 .313 .125 .000

26 20 25 20 8 10 10 0

7 10 7 11 20 18 18 27

.788 .667 .781 .645 .286 .357 .357 .000

@ — Sun Belt Regular-Season Co-Champions ! — Sun Belt Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant % — NWIT Participant

All-Time American South Conference Standings (1988-1991) 1990-1991 W L Pct. W L @$Lamar 12 0 1.000 29 4 !$Louisiana Tech 9 3 .750 18 12 Arkansas State 7 5 .583 19 9 New Orleans 6 6 .500 14 14 Central Florida 4 8 .333 10 15 UT-Pan American 2 10 .167 7 20 Southwestern La. 2 10 .167 3 24 @ — American South Regular-Season Champion ! — American South Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant 1989-1990 W L Pct. W L @!$La. Tech 10 0 1.000 32 1 Lamar 7 3 .700 19 10 New Orleans 5 5 .500 10 18 Arkansas State 4 6 .400 12 14 Southwestern La. 4 6 .400 11 17 UT-Pan American 0 10 .000 3 24 @ — American South Regular-Season Champion ! — American South Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant 1988-1989 W L Pct. W L @!$La. Tech 10 0 1.000 32 4 New Orleans 7 3 .700 15 13 Lamar 6 4 .600 18 10 Arkansas State 5 5 .500 15 12 Southwestern La. 2 8 .200 10 17 UT-Pan American 0 10 .000 0 27 @ — American South Regular-Season Champion ! — American South Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant

@!$La. Tech

1987-1988 W L Pct. W 9 0 1.000 32

L 2

Pct. .879 .600 .678 .500 .400 .259 .111

Pct. .970 .655 .357 .462 .393 .111

Pct. .889 .536 .643 .556 .370 .000

Pct. .941

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8 5 4 3 0

1 4 5 6 9

.889 .556 .444 .333 .000

25 18 14 17 0

7 11 14 14 27

.781 .621 .500 .548 .000

@ — American South Regular-Season Champion ! — American South Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant % — WNIT Participant

All-Time Southland Conference Standings (1983-1987) 1986-1987 W L Pct. W L @$NE Louisiana 9 3 .750 14 10 McNeese State 8 4 .667 20 8 Arkansas State 8 4 .667 18 9 Southwestern La. 7 5 .583 14 13 North Texas State 6 6 .500 15 13 Texas-Arlington 3 9 .250 8 18 Lamar 1 11 .083 2 24 @ — Southland Regular-Season Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant 1985-1986 W L Pct. W L @$N. Texas St. 7 3 .700 20 10 @McNeese St. 7 3 .700 18 11 Southwestern La. 6 4 .307 13 14 Texas-Arlington 5 5 .500 11 15 Arkansas State 3 7 .300 11 15 Lamar 2 8 .200 5 21 x—NE Louisiana — — —— 26 3 @ — Southland Regular-Season Champion ! — NCAA Tournament Participant x — ineligible for conference championship 1984-1985 W L Pct. W L @$NE Louisiana 12 0 1.000 30 2 Texas-Arlington 8 4 .667 13 14 Lamar 7 5 .583 12 15 Arkansas State 5 7 .417 12 13 McNeese State 5 7 .417 11 17 Southwestern La. 4 8 .333 8 18 North Texas St. 1 11 ,083 4 22 @ — Southland Regular-Season Champion ! — NCAA Tournament Participant

@$NE Louisiana SW Louisiana Arkansas State McNeese State Texas-Arlington Lamar

1983-1984 W L Pct. 12 0 1.000 9 3 .750 6 6 .500 6 6 .500 5 7 .417 4 8 .333

W 23 22 13 12 14 10

L 4 6 13 16 14 17

Pct. .583 .714 .667 .519 .536 .308 .077

North Texas State 0 12 .000 2 25 @ — Southland Regular-Season Champion ! — NCAA Tournament Participant 1982-1983 W L Pct. W L @!$NE Louisiana 5 0 1.000 23 6 SW Louisiana 4 1 .800 18 10 McNeese State 3 2 .600 18 12 Lamar 1 4 .200 15 12 Texas-Arlington 1 4 .200 10 17 Arkansas State 1 4 .200 6 17 North Texas St. — — —— 6 19 @ — Southland Regular-Season Champion ! — Southland Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant

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Pct. .793 .643 .600 .556 .370 .261 .240

Note—From the women’s basketball program’s inception in the 1974-75 season through the 1981-82 season, Arkansas State was a member of the Arkansas Women’s Intercollegiate Sports Association.

Pct. .667 .621 .481 .423 .423 .192 .897

Pct. .938 .481 .444 .480 .393 .308 .154

Pct. .852 .786 .500 .429 .500 .370

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The Convocation Center was completed in 1987. Located in Jonesboro, the hub of Northeast Arkansas, the Convocation Center serves a tri-state market area of 500,000, including more than 10,000 university students. The Convo has the versatility to host events ranging from small lectures to large conventions to even larger concerts, sporting events and other activities. The center seats 10,252 for concerts (up to 11,209 for concerts in the round) and 10,038 for basketball games. The Convo is uniquely designed so that each of its four entrances share equal prominence. The arena area can accommodate three basketball courts, seven volleyball courts, one tennis court, or a seven-lane 200-meter indoor track with facilities for field events. All courts are regulation size. The Convo features frequent academic usage and is also designed to accommodate rodeos, horse shows, truck and tractor pulls, ice shows, circuses, sports shows, trade shows, concerts, and a wide variety of indoor athletic events. It is a multi-purpose facility encompassing 192,000 square feet; 33,000 squarefoot arena floor and a 30,000 square foot mezzanine area. It contains meeting rooms accommodate from 10 to 400 people and has eight dressing rooms.

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A record crowd of 10,892 was on hand March 24, 2005 when the A-State women’s basketball team defeated the University of Arkansas 98-84 in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. The record still stands as the largest crowd ever at the Convocation Center.

Arkansas State’s first game at the Convocation Center was played Nov. 30, 1987. The arena, which seats 10,038, has undergone several changes since then and has more in the coming years. The the lower bowl of the Convocation Center received all new seats prior to the start of the 2014-15 season while the upper end zones had its replaced before the start of the 2013-14 season. The remaining sides will completed after the conclusion of this current year. New video boards were installed in October of 2012 that were designed, manufactured, and installed by Daktronics in early October. The video system consists of four identical LED video displays which measure 12 feet high by 26 feet wide and are mounted in the four corner areas of the Convocation Center’s arena. The displays feature excellent image clarity and contrast with an outstanding degree of brightness and wide-angle visibility. Moreover, the displays have the capability of showing one large image to highlight live video and instant replays but also with the versatility to show a variety of vivid graphics, colorful animations, real-time game statistics, scoring information, and sponsor advertisements. The floor was resurfaced prior to the start of the upcoming season and features a Wolf Head logo that measures approximately 48 by 48 feet and in addition to reaching both 3-point lines the top and bottom of the logo will cover the width of midcourt. Both baselines now feature the words “Arkansas State Red Wolves” in white on a black background. The sideline with the main camera positions will feature AStateRedWolves.com in front of the visiting bench and the @AStateRedWolves Twitter handle in front of the home bench written in white.

CONVOCATION CENTER FACTS AND FIGURES OPENED: 1987 ORIGINAL COST: $19,000,000 ($15.3 million provided by state of Arkansas) CAPACITY: 10,038 (Basketball) LARGEST CROWD: 10,892 (March 24, 2005 vs Arkansas WNIT) SEASONS PLAYED: 27 (through 2013-14) WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GAMES PLAYED: 342 A-STATE RECORD: 256-86 TOTAL CUMULATIVE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ATTENDANCE: 532,098 BEST AVERAGE ATTENDANCE (season): 35,242 during 2004-05 FIRST WOMEN’S GAME: N0v. 30, 1987 (Arkansas State 70, Indiana State 63) FIRST SCORE: Charlotte Fields (19:49 in first half on Nov. 30, 1987) FIRST PUBLIC EVENT: Arkansas State Commencement Ceremony (May of 1987) OFFICIAL OPENING: July 11, 1987 with Nattional AAU-17U Basketball Championship FIRST OFFICIAL GAME: Team Acadiana of Louisiana 87, Arkansas Wings 68 (July 11, 1987) FIRST OFFICIAL POINTS: Joe Harvell, Arkansas Wings

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Strength & Conditioning

One of the most impressive aspects of the Convocation Center is the strength and conditioning program and the weight room. Success on the court begins in the weight room, and A-State has one of the best. The weight room underwent a recent renovation and now includes a new wall wrap featuring photos of former A-State men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball players. Free weights line one wall of the room while lifting stations are arranged in the middle of the room. Bike, elliptical and treadmill stations are also located throughout the area.

DID YOU KNOW? The weight room located in the Convocation Center is one of two for studentathletes located on the A-State campus. The other is located in the A-State football facility and can be utilized by any member of the A-State athletics family. It too, also underwent a recent renovations and considered one of the most state-of-the art facilities in the Sun Belt.

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Sports Medicine

The Convocation Center also features its Sports Medicine facility complete with a cold tub, sauna and other ammenities needed for keeping student-athletes at peek performance. Whether its pre or post game, A-State student-athletes can come to the Convocation Center for treatment to keep their bodies in top shape. A complete overhaul of the facility is planned that will include a larger cold tub, a new hot tub and more area to ensure that each student-athletes has their needs met in order to perform at the top of their ability. The sports medicine department expanded into the former Red Wolves football team locker room. This conversion increased available athletic training work space from 700 square feet to over 2,800 square feet. Other training centers in the Convocation Center, Tomlinson Stadium and the Track and Field Complex serve to complement this primary space and provide frontline care for practices and events. The Tim and Terri Langford Sports Medicine area has undergone recent changes and construction and is in use. The project included new tables, flooring, ceiling, paint and offices. A-State student-athletes, who already receive great medical care, enjoy plenty of room and quality surroundings.

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The Convocation Center floor was resurfaced prior to the start of the 2014-15 season and features a new Red Wolf logo in the center of the court. The logo measures approximately 48 by 48 while the State logo is featured above each painted area at each end of the court.

Top Individual Scoring Performances

Convo Records

Top Crowds at The Convo 1. 10,892* Arkansas 3-24-05 2. 6,149 UALR 1-10-02 3. 5,816 La. Tech 1-14-95 4. 5,631 Florida Atlantic 1-26-13 5. 5,619 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 12-11-04 6. 4,973 Denver 1-19-06 7. 4,781 UTPA 1-25-97 8. 4,327 New Orleans 1-23-97 9. 4,312 South Ala. 1-27-96 10. 4,208 USL 1-15-98 11. 4,158 New Orleans 1-31-98 12. 4,134 La. Tech 1-6-96 13. 4,120 La. Tech 1-30-93 14. 4,110 La.-Monroe 2-28-08 15. 3,844 Lamar 2-6-93 16. 3,583* Mississippi 12-3-96 17. 3,327* UALR 1-8-00 18. 3,221 Western Ky. 2-13-97 19. 3,214* Western Ky. 1-6-00 20. 3,065 Arkansas-Little Rock 1-28-06 * - Non-Double Header

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Arkansas State Adrianne Davie vs. La.-Monroe 2-17-07 Shyla Tucker vs. South Alabama 1-14-94 Vicki Romine vs. UMKC 2-8-88 Danielle Featherston vs. Lamar 2-17-96 Adrianne Davie vs.So. Dakota St. 11-30-06 Danielle Featherston vs. Lamar 1-22-94 Evevetta Crawford vs. NE La. 12-15-93 Sonja Tate vs. Texas-Pan Am 1-9-93 Sonja Tate vs. UAB 12-30-92

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Opponents Venus Lacy, Louisiana Tech Shrieka Evans, Grambling State LaShondra Dixon, Hampton Amber Holt, Middle Tennessee Natalie Powers, Western Ky. Jackie Stiles, SW Missouri State Leslie Logsdon, Western Ky. Jenny Anderson, New Orleans Cassie Brooks, Lamar Chastity Reed, UALR

2-17-90 12-8-02 12-18-02 1-14-07 1-25-01 11-23-99 2-15-03 1-31-98 2-18-88 2-11-09

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Convo Attendance

Convo Win-Loss Conf. 2-2 3-2 3-2 5-1 8-0 5-2 5-1 5-2 5-2 6-1 6-1 4-2 4-4 4-4 4-3 3-4 6-1 7-0 5-2 8-1 9-0 6-3 5-4 5-3 4-4 7-3 8-1 142-55

Year 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 2013-14

Year-By-Year Attendance Total Att. Avg. Att. 5,796 414 6,287 449 4,371 437 9,546 796 9,313 847 19,581 1,632 13,756 1,146 18,233 1,823 18,530 1,544 23,371 2,125 22,304 1,859 25,244 1,578 17,702 1,362 16,088 1,341 20,360 1,697 25,715 1,837 16,746 1,196 35,242 2,711 29,205 2,434 33,262 2,079 29,792 1,986 30,053 2,004 15,296 1,092 21,184 1,513 21,702 1,447 27,068 1,805 16,351 1,168

Against All Opponents at the Convocation Center Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Alabama A&M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Alabama-Birmingham . . . . . . .1-0 Alcorn State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Arkansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Arkansas-Little Rock . . . . . . .14-4 Arkansas-Pine Bluff . . . . . . . . .7-0 Austin Peay State . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Baylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Belmont . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Butler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Brigham Young . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Cal-Poly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Central Arkansas . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Central Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Charlotte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Coppin State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Creighton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Denver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-2 East Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Florida Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-2 Florida International . . . . . . . .5-7 Georgia State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Grambling State . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Hampton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Harding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Henderson State . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Indiana State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Jackson State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Kansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Kansas State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1

Kent State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Lamar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-2 Long Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Louisiana-Lafayette . . . . . . . .22-2 Louisiana-Monroe . . . . . . . . . .12-1 Louisiana Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-16 Louisville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Lyon/Arkansas College . . . . . .2-0 Marquette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Maryland Eastern Shore . . . . .1-0 McNeese State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Memphis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Michigan State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Middle Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . .5-6 Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 Mississippi College . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Mississippi State . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Mississippi Valley State . . . . . .9-0 Missouri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Missouri-Kansas City . . . . . . . .3-1 Missouri-St. Louis . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Missouri State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2 Murray State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2 Nebraska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Nevada-Las Vegas . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 New Hampshire . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 New Mexico State . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 New Orleans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-4 Nicholls State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 North Dakota State . . . . . . . . . .1-0 North Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-3

Northern Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Northern Iowa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Oklahoma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Oklahoma State . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 Ouachita Baptist . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Purdue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 St. Louis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 South Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . .15-2 South Dakota State . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Southeast Missouri State . . . . .1-1 Southern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Southern California . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Southern Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Southern Mississippi . . . . . . . .1-0 Southwest Baptist . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Stephen F. Austin . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Tennessee Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi . . .2-0 Texas-Arlington . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Texas Christian . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Texas-El Paso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Texas-Pan American . . . . . . . .11-0 Texas State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Toledo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Troy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1 Tulane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Tulsa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 UT Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Western Kentucky . . . . . . . . . .13-8 Wichita State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1

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Convo Records

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Year-By-Year Record Overall 11-3 10-4 6-4 11-1 11-0 10-2 11-1 8-2 9-3 9-2 11-1 12-4 9-4 7-5 6-6 6-8 11-3 13-0 9-3 14-2 13-2 9-6 8-6 9-5 9-6 10-5 12-2 256-86


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CONVOCATION CENTER TEAM RECORDS FIELD GOALS MADE

A-State High: 46 vs South Alabama (1-30-92) A-State Low: 11 vs Louisiana Tech (1-22-89) Opponent High: 39 by La. Tech (3-5-99) Opponent Low: 11 by Southwestern La. (1-11-97) 11 vs Soth Alabama (1-21-95)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

A-State High: 88 vs South Alabama (1-30-92) A-State Low: 41 vs Louisiana Tech (1-22-89) Opponent High: 87 by UMKC (2-8-88) Opponent Low: 40 by Lamar (1-22-94)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

A-State High: 63.2 vs UT Martin (1-10-92) A-State Low: 22.0 (13-59) vs La. Tech (1-6-96) Opponent High: .591 (26-44) by WKU (3-6-93) Opponent Low: .243 (11-47) by South Al. (1-21-95)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

A-State High: 15 vs South Alabama (2-28-98) A-State Low: 0 vs 12 opponents Opponent High: 11 by Murray State (12-1-03) Opponent Low: 0 by 25 Teams

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTED

A-State High: 29 vs Louisiana Tech (1-30-93) 29 vs Southwestern La. (1-11-97) A-State Low: 0 vs Lamar (2-18-88) Opponent High: 29 by Mississippi (2-17-99) Opponent Low: 0 by 4 Teams

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 

A-State High: 1.000 (3-3) vs Northern Iowa A-State Low: .000 vs 12 opponents Opponent High: 1.000 by 3 Teams Opponent Low: .000 by 27 Teams

FREE TRHOWS MADE

A-State High: 41 vs Western Kentucky (3-6-94) A-State Low: 2 vs Louisiana Tech (11-25-02) Opponent High: 30 by North Texas (2-17-01) Opponent Low: 1 by UTEP (11-30-90)

FREE TRHOWS ATTEMPTED

A-State High: 58 vs Western Kentucky (3-6-94) A-State Low: 5 vs Louisiana Tech (11-25-02) Opponent High: 38 by New Orleans (1-23-97) Opponent Low: 1 by UTEP (11-30-90)

Convo Records

FREE TRHOWS PERCENTAGE

A-State High: .929 (13-14) vs Middle Tenn. (2-13-03) A-State Low: .320 (8-25) vs New Orleans (1-21-88) Opponent High: 1.000 (11-11) by ULL (2-17-08) Opponent Low: .286 (4-14) by Austin Peay (11-28-89) .286 (2-7) by Kansas (12-1-98) .286 (4-14) by UALR (1-8-00)

POINTS SCORED

A-State High: 124 vs Lamar (2-12-98) A-State Low: 33 vs Louisiana Tech (1-22-99) Opponent High: 114 by Louisiana Tech (3-5-99) Opponent Low: 34 by South Alabama (2-18-93)

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FIRST HALF POINTS SCORED

A-State High: 67 vs Lamar (2-12-98) A-State Low: 11 vs Louisiana Tech (1-6-96) Opponent High: 56 by Louisiana Tech (3-5-99) Opponent Low: 13 by UT Pan American (1-9-93)

SECOND HALF POINTS SCORED

A-State High: 67 vs New Orleans (1-23-97) A-State Low: 17 vs Louisiana Tech (1-22-89) Opponent High: 58 by Louisiana Tech (3-5-99) Opponent Low: 17 by UT Pan American (1-7-95)

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

A-State High: 33 vs Central Florida (2-14-91) A-State Low: 5 vs East Carolina (1-3-04) Opponent High: 29 by UAB (12-30-92) Opponent Low: 4 by 3 teams

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

A-State High: 43 vs Southwestern La. (2-24-90) A-State Low: 12 vs Western Kentucky (3-6-93) Opponent High: 42 by 3 Teams Opponent Low: 14 by Henderson St. (1-12-89) 14 by Lamar 2-18-19

TOTAL REBOUNDS

A-State High: 71 vs Ouachita Baptist (12-13-88) A-State Low: 22 vs Florida International (1-22-01) Opponent High: 60 by Central Florida (2-14-91) Opponent Low: 22 by UT Pan American (1-9-93)

ASSISTS

A-State High: 36 vs Lamar (2-12-98) A-State Low: 2 vs Troy (1-20-08) Opponent High: 25 by Lamar (1-18-90) Opponent Low: 1 by Louisiana-Monroe (2-28-08)

TURNOVERS

A-State High: 38 vs. SW Louisiana (1-15-98) A-State Low: 8 vs. Texas-El Paso (11-30-90) 8 vs Florida International (1-23-08) Opponent High: 42 by New Orleans (3-7-96) Opponent Low: 7 by UALR (2-14-04)

BLOCKS

A-State High: 10 vs Miss. College (12-16-87) A-State Low: 0 vs 22 opponents Opponent High: 9 by New Orleans (1-19-99) 9 by Rice (3-18-04) Opponent Low: 0 by 36 Teams

STEALS

A-State High: 27 vs Northeast Louisiana (1-23-91) A-State Low: 1 vs Lousiana Tech (1-22-89) Opponent High: 19 by Troy (1-8-14) 19 by Austin Peay (11-26-97) 19 by Alcorn Stte (11-27-88) Opponent Low: 2 by New Orleans (1-12-93) 2 by St. Louis (12-5-89) 2 by FIU 1-23-08

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CONVOCATION CENTER INDIVIDUAL PLAYER RECORDS

FIELD GOALS MADE A-State: 15 by Shyla Tucker vs. South Ala. (1-14-94) Opponent: 14 by Cassie Brooks, Lamar (2-18-88)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED A-State: 34 by Vicki Romine vs. UMKC (2-8-88) Opponent: 29 by Jerica Coley, FIU (3-9-13)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 5 attempts) A-State: (8-8) Jane Morrill vs ULM (3-12-14) (8-8) Eva Brehe vs. UMKC (2-8-88) (7-7) Tanisha Johnson vs. UNLV (12-12-98) (6-6) Shelly Spears vs. UT Pan American (2-20-88) (6-6) Jalen O’Bannon vs ULL (12-22-12) (5-5) Jalen O’Bannon vs UTA (2-19-14) (5-5) Rae-Anne Smith vs. WKU (2-25-99) Opponent: (6-6) by Veronica Cook, WKU (3-6-93) (6-6) by Etta Maytubby, Okla. (12-24-92) (5-5) by Bria Gaines. WKU (2-5-14)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE A-State: 9, Danielle Featherston vs. Lamar (1-22-94) Opponent: 7, Sherry Surney, MVSU 12-2-97

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTED A-State: 23, Vicki Romine vs. UMKC (2-8-88) Opponent: 14, Kim Perrot, Southwestern La. (2-24-90)

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 3) A-State: (4-4) NeNe Hurst vs. Creighton (11-14-08) (3-3) Amber Abraham vs. UNO (1-30-03) (3-3) Amber Abraham vs. Murray St. (12-01-03) (3-3) Rae-Anne Smith vs. WKU (1-25-01) (3-3) Tanisha Johnson vs. UNO (1-19-99) (3-3) Julie Hagood vs. TCU (11-18-97) (3-3) Angie Scheer vs. N. Iowa (11-29-88) Opponent: (4-4) by Kelly Garrett, UT Pan American (1-25-97) (3-3) by Meghan Dunn, USA (1-11-14)

MOST POINTS SCORED A-State: 38, Adrianne Davie vs. ULM (1-17-07) Opponent: 35, Casey Garrison, Missouri St. (11-27-09)

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS A-State: 13, Shyla Tucker vs. Central Fla. (2-14-91) Opponent: 14, Tonya Scott, UAB (12-30-92)

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS A-State: 11 by 5 players Most recent: Jalen O’Bannon vs (Troy, 1-8-14) Opponents: 13, Priscilla Robinson, MTSU (12-1-90) 13 by Carvie Upshaw, UNO (1-21-88)

TOTAL REBOUNDS A-State: 21, Shyla Tucker vs. Central Fla. (2-14-91) Opponent: 21, Priscilla Robinson, MTSU (12-1-90)

ASSISTS A-State: 12, Tia Kemp vs. Coppin State (12-2-94) Opponent: 12, Julie Pinson, Murray State (12-2-89) 12, Shalee Lehning, Kansas State (11-25-08)

TURNOVERS A-State: 12, Ashley Olvera, WKU (1/6/13) Opponet: 12 by Cherbritta Scott, UAPB (12-21-00)

BLOCKS A-State: 6, Adrianne Davie vs. North Texas (1-20-05) 6 by Charlotte Fields vs. Miss. College (12-16-87) Opponent: 6, Jasmine Jenkins, FIU (1-23-08) 6, Marlee Gipson, Kansas State 11-25-08

STEALS A-State: 9, Sonja Tate vs. Southwestern La. (2-20-92) 9 by Shyla Tucker vs. La. Tech (1-23-92) Opponent: 11, Kim Perrot, Southwestern La. (2-2-89)

FREE TRHOWS MADE A-State: 18, Shyla Tucker vs. WKU (3-6-94) Opponent: 15, Dawn Warner, WKU (1-28-95)

FREE TRHOWS ATTEMPTED A-State: 29, Shyla Tucker vs. WKU (3-6-94) Opponent: 16 by 4 players Most recent: Amber Holt, MTSU (1-14-08)

FREE TRHOW PERCENTAGE (Min. 10 ) A-State: (11-11) Aundrea Gamble vs. WKU (2/5/14) (10-10) Danielle Featherston vs. Central Fla. (12-13-93) (10-10) Zennia Hayes vs. Ark. College (1-25-88)

Opponent: (8-8) Debby Batz, Central Florida (2-3-92) (8-8) Sharon Bax, Missouri (11-25-88)

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Locker Room

The Arkansas State women’s basketball locker room is not only a place to prepare before a game, but also a place for players to come in their free time and relax. Complete with a lounge area, the women’s basketball locker room is one of the most comfortable places for a student-athlete to be in. Each player gets a personalized locker space to store items during practice and games for safe keeping. Complete with a state of the art sound sytem, computer work stations and comfortable chairs for lounging, the locker room is inviting place for players to relax throughout the entire season.

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The Sun Belt Conference mantra “Together We Rise” exemplifies what has quickly become America’s most up-and-coming collegiate athletics conference. Founded in 1976, the Sun Belt has adapted and evolved in its nearly 40 year existence. The league was originally formed as a home for some of the nation’s premier mid-major basketball teams and it wasn’t until a number of changes and the demand for a higher national profile that the league began sponsoring football in 2001. Because of this decision to move the league in to the group of football playing conferences, the Sun Belt Conference has a permanent seat on the NCAA’s 18-member Board of Directors. As a result, the conference has a crucial voice on some of the most pressing issues in college athletics. With the 2014-15 year marking the debut of the College Football Playoff (CFP) the Sun Belt continues to find itself among the 10 premier college football conferences and the new system is guaranteed universal access based on performance – there are no automatic qualifiers for the playoff system. Additionally, the CFP will mean that a spot among the premier bowl games of college football will be guaranteed to the highest-ranked champion from the other “Group of Five” conferences: the Sun Belt Conference, American Athletic Conference, Mountain West Conference, Mid-American Conference and Conference USA. With the College Football Playoff included with the league’s other bowl arrangements, the Sun Belt Conference is tied to seven total bowl games. The R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, the GoDaddy Bowl, the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl, the Cure Bowl (debuting in 2015) all guarantee a home for a bowl eligible Sun Belt Conference team each year. And beginning with the2016 season, the Sun Belt is also part of a rotation of conferences that will send a team to the Bahamas Bowl and the Miami Beach Bowl. The influx of bowl game opportunities comes at a time when the Sun Belt Conference is breaking win records year after year and the league is continually exceeding expectations. The Sun Belt’s 21 non-conference football wins in the 2013 season was a new record for the league - eclipsing the mark of 19 set the year prior. Additionally of note for the league’s non-conference win total was that the Sun Belt fared well against its peer opponents in the non-AQ BCS ranks. The Sun Belt finished a combined 8-1 against members of Conference-USA (4-1), the Mid-American Conference (3-0) and the Mountain West Conference (1-0). The Sun Belt also had the best overall non-conference win percentage when comparing the four nonAQ conferences. The 2013 football season also saw two teams take home bowl championship trophies, as UL

Lafayette won its third consecutive R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl and Arkansas State won its second consecutive GoDaddy Bowl. Of course, football wasn’t the only sport that has seen recent success and all of the league’s sports have contributed to the “Rise” of the Sun Belt Conference. In men’s basketball, league newcomer Georgia State put together one of the best conference performances in league history in winning the 2013-14 Sun Belt regular season championship. UL Lafayette captured the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament in what was one of the most thrilling finishes to the Sun Belt championship game in recent memory. An influx of young coaches mixed with proven veterans makes both Sun Belt men’s and women’s basketball an exciting brand with vast potential. The Sun Belt Conference Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships were played in the hometown of the Sun Belt at Lakefront Arena this past March in what was the first of a three year deal that will have Sun Belt hoops in the “Big Easy” each March. Baseball and softball continue to be among the league’s standard-bearers for success as each continues to send teams on deep postseason runs and teams are easy to find in the national polls. In baseball, UL Lafayette held a unanimous No. 1 national ranking during the 2014 season and hosted a NCAA Tournament Regional and Super Regional. Not to be outdone, the UL Lafayette softball team also hosted the NCAA Tournament rounds and qualified for the 2014 edition of the Women’s College World Series. In recent years as many as four Sun Belt teams have advanced to the baseball postseason in a single year, while as many as three Sun Belt softball teams have accomplished that feat. While the accomplishments of the Sun Belt’s student-athletes and coaches deserve great praise, so to do the league’s administrators who have helped set the tone for the future of the conference. “We have never been as strong as we are now academically and financially and I believe we are getting stronger all the time athletically,” former Sun Belt Conference President and Troy University Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. said recently. “I truly believe that the best is yet to come.” The Sun Belt Conference’s membership consists of 11 football members for 2014 – Appalachian State, Arkansas State, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Idaho, UL Lafayette, UL Monroe, New Mexico State, South Alabama, Texas State and Troy. UALR and UT Arlington compete in all-sports as non-football members while Idaho and New Mexico State are football only members. Prominent Sun Belt alumni include Lyndon B. Johnson, former President of the United States (Texas State), former All-Star baseball player Luis Gonzalez (South Alabama), former member of the United States Senate and House of Representatives John Breaux (UL Lafayette), country music superstar Tim McGraw (UL Monroe), CEO of Duck Commander and Buck Commander Willie Robertson (UL Monroe) and DeMarcus Ware, an All-Pro NFL linebacker (Troy).


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Christian Brothers Location: Memphis, Tenn. Nickname: Buccaneers Colors: Red & Gray Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Gulf South President: Dr. John Smarrello Athletic Director: Brian Summers Home Facility: Canale Arena Capacity: 1,000 SID: Eric Opperman E-mail: eopperan@cbu Website: GoBucsGo.com

2013-14 Record: 15-13 2013-14 Conf. Record: 10-10 Letterwinners R/L: 8/4 Starters R/L: 4/1 Head Coach: Sarah Condra Alma Mater: CBU, 04’ Record at CBU (Yrs.): 35-73 (4) Career Record (Yrs.): Same Assistant Coaches: Alex Winchell Erica Burgess

Florida Gulf Coast Location: Clarksville, TN. Nickname: Lady Govs Colors: Red and White Affiliation: NCAA Division 1 Conference: Ohio Valley President: Timothy Hall Athletic Director: Dave Loos Home Facility: Dunn Center Capacity: 7,257 SID: Cody Bush E-mail: bushc@apsu.edu Website: www.LetsGoPeay.com

2012-13 Record: 7-21 2012-13 Conf. Record: 2-14 Letterwinners R/L: 8/4 Starters R/L: 4/1 Head Coach: Carrie Daniels Alma Mater: Austin Peay, 96’ Record at APSU (Yrs.): 72-115 (6) Career Record (Yrs.): Same Assistant Coaches: Brooke Armistead Jermome Jackson

Jackson State Location: Jackson, Miss. Nickname: Lady Tigers Colors: Blue & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: SWAC President: Dr. Carolyn Meyers Athletic Director: Dr. Vivian Fuller Home Facility: Assembly Center Capacity: 8,000 SID: John Westbrook E-mail: john.w.westbrook@jsums.edu Website: www.jsutigers.com

2013-14 Record: 12-16 2013-14 Conf. Record: 9-9 Letterwinners R/L: 7/8 Starters R/L: 2/3 Head Coach: Surina Dixon Alma Mater: Miss. Valley St. Record at JSU (Yrs.): 12-16 (1) Career Record (Yrs.): 53-130 (7) Assistant Coaches: Felicia Johnson Terrence Johnson

Kansas Location: Lawrence, Kan. Nickname: Jayhawks Colors: Crimson & Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 Chancellor: Dr. Bernadette Little Athletic Director: Dr. Sheahon Zenger Home Facility: Allen Fieldhouse Capacity: 16,300 SID: Theresa Kurtz E-mail: t.kurtz@ku.edu Website: www.kuathletics.com

2013-14 Record: 20-14 2013-14 Conf. Record: 8-10 Letterwinners R/L: 7/3 Starters R/L: 2/3 Head Coach: Bonnie Henrickson Alma Mater: St. Cloud St., ‘86 Record at Kan. (Yrs.): 158-135 (9) Career Record (Yrs.): 318-197(16) Assistant Coaches: Katie O’Connor Mohogany Green Shay Robinson

Kent State Location: Kent, Ohio Nickname: Golden Flashes Colors: Navy Blue and Gold Affiliation: NCAA I Conference: Mid-American President: Dr. Lester Lefton Athletic Director: Joel Nielsen Home Facility: Memorial Center Capacity: 6,327 SID: Mollie Radzinski Email: mradzin1@kent.edu Website: www.kentstatesports.com

2013-14 Record: 7-23 2013-14 Conf. Record: 4-16 Letterwinners R/L: 7/2 Starters R/L: 3/2 Head Coach: Danielle O’Banion Alma Mater: Boston College ‘01 Record at Kent State: 10-5Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Geoff Lanier Wyketha Harrell Kylene Spiegel

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Ohio State Location: Columbus, Ohio Nickname: Buckeyes Colors: Scarlet & Gray Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big Ten President: Dr. Michael V. Drake Athletic Director: ..Eugene Smith Home Facility: Value City Arena Capacity: 19,049 SID: Gary Petit E-mail: petit.38@osu.edu Website: OhioStateBuckeyes.com

2013-14 Record: 17-18 2013-14 Conf. Record: 5-11 Letterwinners R/L: 5/7 Starters R/L: 2/3 Head Coach: Kevin McGuff Alma Mater: Saint Josepj Col. ‘92 Record at OSU (Yrs.): 17-18 (1) Career Record (Yrs.): 272-117(12) Assistant Coaches: Joy Cheek Patrick Klein Mark Mitchell

UT Chattanooga Location: Chattanooga, Tenn. Nickname: Lady Mocs Colors: Navy Blue, Old Gold & Gray Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southern Chancellor: Dr. Steve Angle Athletic Director: David Blackburn Home Facility: McKenzie Arena Capacity: 10,966 SID: Anne Wehunt E-mail: Anne-Wehun@utc.edu Website: GoMocs.com

2013-14 Record: 29-4 2013-14 Conf. Record:18-0 Letterwinners R/L: 7/3 Starters R/L: 2/3 Head Coach: Jim Foster Alma Mater: Temple, ‘80 Record at Chat. (Yrs.): 29-4 (1) Career Record (Yrs.): 812-311(36) Assistant Coaches: Katie Burrows Brittany Johnson John McCray

Appalachian State Location: Boone, N.C. Nickname: Mountaineers Colors: Black & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Sheri N. Everts Athletic Director: Rick Beasley Home Facility: Holmes Center Capacity: 8,325 SID: Kelsey Campbell E-mail: campbellkm1@appstate.edu Website: www.appstatesports.com

2013-14 Record: 13-16 2013-14 Conf. Record: 10-8 Letterwinners R/L: 11-3 Starters R/L: 5/0 Head Coach: Angel Elderkin Alma Mater: Southern Maine ‘99 Record at APP (Yrs.): 0-0 (0) Career Record (Yrs.): Same Assistant Coaches: Jessica Jackson TBA TBA

Arkansas-Little Rock Location: Little Rock, Ark. Nickname: Trojans Colors: Maroon, Black & Silver Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt Chancellor: Dr. Joel Anderson Athletic Director: Bob Denman Home Facility: Jack Stephens Center Capacity: 5,000 SID: Evan Drexler Email: esdrexler@ualr.edu Website: UALRTrojans.edu

2013-14 Record: 18-12 2013-14 Conf. Record: 12-6 Letterwinner R/L: 8/3 Starters: 4/1 Head Coach: Joe Foley Alama Mater: UCA, ‘79 Record at UALR (Yrs): 215-126 (11) Career Record (Yrs): 671-207 (24) Assistant Coaches: Robert Dallimore Alicia Cash Bobby Brasel

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Missouri State Location: Springfield, Mo. Nickname: Lady Bears Colors: Maroon & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Missouri Valley President: Dr. Clif Smart Athletic Director: Kyle Moats Home Facility: JQH Arena Capacity: 11,000 SID: Ben Adamson E-mail:benadamson@missouristate.edu Website:www.missouristatebears.com

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Georgia Southern Location: Statesboro, Ga. Nickname: Eagles Colors: Blue & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Brooks A. Keel Athletic Director: Tom Kleinlein Home Facility: Hanner Fieldhouse Capacity: 4,358 SID: Marc Gignac E-mail: mgignac@georgiasouthern.edu Website: GSEagles.com

2013-14 Record: 10-21 2013-14 Conf. Record: 7-11 Letterwinners R/L: 8/4 Starters R/L: 3/2 Head Coach: Chris Vozab Alma Mater: Providence ‘02 Record at GSU (Yrs.): 18-44 (3) Career Record (Yrs.): Same Assistant Coaches: Lisa Jackson Carolyn Riley Chris Gillett

Georgia State Location: Atlanta, Ga. Nickname:Panthers Colors: Blue & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt Conference President: Dr. Mark P. Becker Athletic Director: Cheryl Levick Home Facility: G.S. Sports Arena Capacity: 3,400 SID: Charlie Taylor E-mail: ctaylor@gsu.edu Website: GeorgiaStateSports.com

2013-14 Record: 12-19 2013-14 Conf. Record: 8-10 Letterwinners R/L: 8/2 Starters R/L: 4/1 Head Coach: Sharon Turner Alma Mater: Georgia, ‘91 Record at G.S. (Yrs.): 45-76 (5) Career Record (Yrs.): 240-218 (15) Assistant Coaches: AErin Batth Katie Pate Jeri Porter

Louisiana-Lafayette Location: Lafayette, La. Nickname: Ragin’ Cajuns Colors: Vermillon & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Joseph Savoie Athletic Director: Scott Farmer Home Facility: Cajundome Capacity: 11,550 SID: Blake Barrington E-mail: blake.barington@louisiana.edu Website: RaginCajuns.com

2013-14 Record: 14-16 2013-14 Conf. Record: 7-11 Letterwinners R/L: 9/3 Starters R/L: 5/0 Head Coach: Garry Brodhead Alma Mater: Louisiana, ‘80 Record at UL (Yrs.): 24-37 (3) Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Sallie Guillory Deacon Jones Jordan Hines

Louisiana-Monroe Location: Monroe, La. Nickname: Warhawks Colors: Maroon & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Nickname: Warhawks Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Nick Bruno Athletic Director: Brian Wickstrom Home Facility: Fant-Ewing Capacity: 7,000 SID: Cari Golden Email: gold@ulm.edu Website: ULMWarhawks.com

2013-14 Record: 11-21 2013-14 Conf. Record: 7-11 Letterwinners R/L: 10/4 Starters: 1/4 Head Coach: Jeff Dow Alama Mater: Oregon, 91 Record at ULM (Yrs): 0-0 (0) Career Record: 221-109 Assistant Coaches: E.J. Ok Stan Humphries Amber Cunningham

South Alabama Location: Mobile, Ala. Nickname: Lady Jags Colors: Blue, Red and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: V. Gordon Moulton Athletic Director: Dr. Joel Erdmann Home Facility: Mitchell Center Capacity:10,000 SID: Kevin Beasley E-mail:kbeasley@usoutlal.edu Website: www.usajaguars.com

2013-14 Record: 8-20 2013-14 Conf. Record: 10-10 Letterwinners R/L: 5/5 Starters R/L: 3/2 Head Coach: Terry Fowler Alma Mater: Tenn. ‘86 Record at USA (Yrs.): 8-20 (1) Career Record (Yrs.): 214-197(15) Assistant Coaches: Yolisha Jackson Mallory Luckett Dan Presel

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Texas State Location: San Marcos, Texas Nickname: Bobcats Colors: Maroon & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Denise M. Trauth Athletic Director: Dr. Larry Teis Home Facility: Strahan Coliseum Capacity: 7,200 SID: Jen Lawsom E-mail: jll175@txstate.edu Website: TxstateBobcats.com

2013-14 Record: 16-16 2013-14 Conf. Record: 12-6 Letterwinners R/L: 9/4 Starters R/L: 3/2 Head Coach: Zenarae Antoine Alma Mater: Colorado State, ‘98 Record at T.S (Yrs).: 42-50 (4) Career Record (Yrs.): Same Assistant Coaches: Sue Serafini Brandy Manning Stephanie Stoglin-Reed

Troy Location: Troy, Alabama Nickname: Trojans Colors: Cardinal, Silver, & Black Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt Chancellor: Dr. Jack Hawkins Athletic Director: John Hartwell Home Facility: Trojan Arena Capacity: 5,200 SID:Tom Matt Mays E-mail: mtmays@troy.edu Website: TroyTrojans.com

2013-14 Record: 12-18 2013-14 Conf. Record: 8-10 Letterwinners R/L: 7/4 Starters R/L: 2/3 Head Coach: Chanda Rigby Alma Mater: S.E. La., ‘90 Record at Troy (Yrs.): 19-42 (2) Career Record (Yrs.): Same Assistant Coaches: Jenifer Graf Courtney Simmons Mike Ryan

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UT Arlington Location: Arlington, Texas Nickname: Mavericks Colors: Blue, Orange & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Vistasp Karbhari Athletic Director: Debbie Garcia Home Facility: College Park Capacity: 7,000 SID: Melissa Cebold E-mail: mcebold@uta.edu Website: UTAMavs.com

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Dr. Lynita Cooksey Academic Affairs and Research

Dr. Rick Stripling Vice Chancellor Student Affairs

BoARD oF TRUSTeeS Dan Pierce Jonesboro Chair

Dr. Len Frey Vice Chancelor Finance & Administration

Dr. Jason Penry Vice Chancellor University Advancement

Dr. Charles L. Welch University System President

INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS COMMITTEE

Charles Luter Paragould Vice Chair

Howard L. Slinkard Rogers Secretary

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The Intercollegiate Athletics Committee was formed in the spring of 1997. The Intercollegiate Athletics Committee reviews and makes recommendations on isNonie Wiggins sues involving the welfare of student-athletes, the role of athletics in campus life, and the athletics program’s compliance with the university, conference, and NCAA regulations; serves as a search advisory committee for key athletics program personnel; reviews the role of existing and potential sports programs; and reviews the athletics budget. The committee reports to the Chancellor. Membership consists of four students appointed annually by the Student Government Association (one should be a student-athlete); four faculty appointed by the Faculty Senate (staggered two-year terms); one Faculty Athletic Representative appointed by the Chancellor (two-year term); one executive staff member appointed by the Chancellor (two-year term); the Dean of University College; two staff members appointed by the Staff Senate (staggered two-year terms); Student Government Association and Student Activities Board presidents; and representatives from the following external organizations: Alumni Association, Red Wolf Club, Letterman’s Club, and the Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce ASU Committee. The Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and the Senior Woman Athletic Administrator serve as ex-officio, nonvoting members. The chancellor appoints a chair at the beginning of each academic year.

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Chancellor

Dr. Tim Hudson took office as the second chancellor of Arkansas State University in Jonesboro on May 1, 2012. He was appointed by Dr. Charles L. Welch, president of the Arkansas State University System, following a national search process. Most recently Dr. Hudson was vice chancellor of the Texas Tech University System, after serving as special assistant to the chancellor for International Programs and Initiatives at the University of Houston System. From 2004 until 2010 he was president of the University of Houston–Victoria, following a twodecade career as a professor of economic development, program director, founding dean of the College of International and Continuing Education, and provost at the University of Southern Mississippi. Earlier in his career he was an analyst for the Bureau of Intelligence and Research in the U.S. Department of State. At Arkansas State University he leads the campus executive team as the institution strives for progressive excellence in academics, research, fiscal management and student life.

Hudson earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and Latin American studies and a Master of Arts in geography from the University of Southern Mississippi. His PhD in geography is from Clark University in Worcester, Mass. He has written numerous scholarly works for national and international publications; a recent co-authored book focuses on multinational corporation subsidiaries in China (Chandos, Cambridge). During his tenure as president of the University of Houston–Victoria, the campus experienced tremendous growth and development including: doubling enrollment and the number of fulltime faculty; exceeding external fundraising goals for five consecutive years; founding a new school of nursing and health professions, which earned full national accreditation on its initial petition; achieving AACSB International accreditation; and ranking first in Texas on the student satisfaction portion of the 2010 National Survey of Student Engagement. Hudson is the recipient of two Fulbright Fellowships (Germany and Mexico), and an ITT International Fellowship to study in Colombia, South America. He also has developed and led more than 30 programs for U.S. students to study abroad and was awarded an honorary doctorate by London Guildhall University for his contributions to global literacy. Hudson is married to Dr. Deidra “Dee Dee” Ransburgh Hudson, who holds a Master of Science in speech pathology from the University of Tennessee and a PhD degree in educational leadership from the University of Southern Mississippi. The Hudsons and their children, Gianna Grace, 14, and twins Daisy and Nathaniel, 10, will live in the ASU chancellor’s residence on Nettleton Avenue in Jonesboro.


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Terry Mohajir is in his second year as Director of Athletics at Arkansas State University. He became the 11th Director of Athletics in A-State history on September 19, 2012. Since being named director of athletics, Mohajir (pronounced MO-HA-JUR) has adopted an “ALWAYS RISING” slogan as an expansion on the popular “RED WOLVES RISING” campaign. With that theme in mind, the ASU alumnus has instituted sweeping changes, created new policies, produced record-breaking fundraising totals, overseen significant facility upgrades and implemented creative philosophies that have put the Red Wolves on course to strengthen their national brand. During his brief watch, the Red Wolves have accomplished numerous firsts in both academic and athletic accomplishments. Since his arrival to A-State, the Red Wolves have claimed two Sun Belt Conference football championships (2012-13), won the league’s West Division in men’s basketball (2012-13) and picked up conference titles in women’s indoor track and field (2013), women’s cross country (2014) and women’s basketball (2013-14). Arkansas State had its first female student-athlete ever win an individual national championship and its women’s athletics program claimed its highest finish all-time in the Capital One Cup standings, earning a prestigious top-50 award for ranking No. 44 among all NCAA Division I programs during 2013-14. The 2013-14 athletics year also saw A-State finish No. 83 in the nation in the Learfield Sports Director’s Cup standings, which was the highest in school history. Thrust into a football coaching change at the end of the 2012 regular season, Mohajir responded with one of his first major acts as athletics director by appointing John Thompson interim head coach for the 2013 GoDaddy.com Bowl. The Red Wolves went on to claim their first bowl victory since 1970 and their first win over a top-25 ranked opponent since joining the FBS in 1992. Faced with a head football coaching change last season as well, Mohajir guided A-State through the process by giving the Red Wolves everything needed in order to pick up a second consecutive GoDaddy Bowl win. Mohajir conducted two national searches for a new head football coach that resulted in the hiring of Bryan Harsin at the end 2012 and Blake Anderson a year later. Both hires were heralded by the national media as some of the best hires in the country. Mohajir’s candid media interviews and engaging public speaking appearances have captivated the Red Wolves fan base, but his actions in a short amount of time have also reflected his vision to take A-State Athletics to new heights. He has reorganized the department’s infrastructure by building a new business model and creating additional associate athletics directors and revenue-generating positions to help strengthen all areas of the department. The primary development arm of A-State Athletics, formerly known as the Red Wolf Club, has been renamed the Red Wolves Foundation and a new logo has been introduced as part of a rebranding effort. The changes have been in conjunction with new and exciting initiatives that have been put in place, including a Red Wolves 500 program designed to make a significant impact on donor relations and fundraising opportunities. Mohajir has made it a point to engage the fan base, stress-

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ing the importance of fan experience through avenues such as courtside seating at basketball games, enhancing game-day atmosphere and ensuring that staff go out of their way to extend every fan their assistance. The most recent change in this area has been to Centennial Bank Stadium, where a new approximately 1,600 square foot LED Daktronics scoreboard is being installed for the 2014 season. The value he places on the student-athlete has been evident, creating the inaugural StAte Awards held at the end of each year to celebrate both their academic and athletic accomplishments. He was behind the development of a student-advisory group that encompasses everything from a student-athlete mentorship program to the design of the senior ring. Additionally, Mohajir created the 100 percent job placement initiative for all the department’s student-athletes upon graduation. The Red Wolves also saw their academic performance reach an all-time high during a record-setting 2013 fall semester, which saw student-athletes achieve a school-record 3.029 all-department GPA. Facilities have received a number of facelifts since Mohajir’s arrival as well, making sure that the athletic department’s “front door” and other sports areas possess a first-class appearance. He has taken over the fundraising efforts for a $25million football facility project, making adjustments to the plans that allow for a better fan experience, environment for student-athletes and revenue-generating areas. Under Mohajir’s watch, A-State received the largest single gift by an individual in school history when Arkansas State University alumnus Johnny Allison donated $5 million for a “Centennial Bank West Side Renovation.” His philosophies on scheduling have been well documented, and they have resulted in home-and-home games with nationally-prominent programs such as Missouri and Miami for the first time in A-State history. He has capitalized on the Red Wolves recent success by gaining additional games against teams such as Southern Cal, making A-State the first Sun Belt program to schedule a football contest against the Trojans. Mohajir was recently appointed as the Sun Belt Conference’s representative on the BCS Athletic Director’s Advisory Group, and he has also been named to the NCAA Division I Championships Committee and the NCAA Division I Football Issues Committee. Mohajir continues to evaluate and process information to complete a national-branding campaign, but has already started building a strong foundation for the future of A-State Athletics. Mohajir's career path went through three other NCAA Division I institutions, including the University of MissouriKansas City, Florida Atlantic and Kansas, before leading him back to his alma mater. Mohajir's wealth of experience, history of success working with a university in A-State's current conference and his noted accomplishments at a BCS automatic qualifying school made him a clear choice to take over the reins at Arkansas State. Mohajir has gained national respect in collegiate athletics while working with some of the finest administrators and coaches in the country, such as former FAU, Louisville, Miami and Oklahoma head football coach Howard Schnellenberger. The Overland Park, Kansas native has been involved with major fundraising campaigns at multiple universities, while also overseeing corporate sales, marketing promotions and ticket sales. Prior to A-State, he most recently served 13 months as Kansas' Senior Associate Director of Athletics and Chief Marketing Officer. Prior to his time with the Jayhawks, he spent a seven-year stint as Florida Atlantic's Senior Associate Director of Athletics for External Relations from 2004-11 after working at UMKC from 1997-2004 as its Assistant Director of Athletics for External Relations. Mohajir's original connection to KU dated back to the early 1990's, when he was a graduate assistant and later an assistant offensive line and game-day special team's football coach for the Jayhawks (1993-96). Mohajir graduated from Arkansas State University with a major in sports management and a minor in marketing in 1993. He was a starting safety on A-State's football team. Mohajir is married to the former Julie Hammond and they have two daughters, Maria (12) and Molly (10), and son, Marco (5).

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Coaches and student-athletes moved into a new $2.7 million track and field complex in spring 2004. It contains an eight-lane 400-meter track and can be set up for two NCAA venues. Three local country clubs graciously allow ASU’s men’s and women’s golf programs to utilize their facilities for practice and play. J.A. “Ike” Tomlinson Stadium-Kell Field serves as home to Red Wolves baseball. Built in 1993, the stadium received complete lighting in 1996, 206 field level seats were added for the 2008 season and a new scoreboard was installed in 2011. A-State’s newest women’s program, bowling, competes in the Jonesboro Bowling Center. The Red Wolves’ soccer and track and field teams will utilize the same stadium for the first time in school history during 2014-15, as the soccer field is being relocated as part of the track facility. A new women’s soccer and women’s tennis facility is planned for development near the soccer field and tennis courts as well, which will house both squads’ locker rooms, training room areas, offices and more.

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Convocation Center

Tomlinson Stadium and Kell Field

A-State Tennis Courts

Track & Field/Soccer Complex

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Facilities

Arkansas State’s athletics programs compete in top-of-the line facilities. Centennial Bank Stadium, which opened in 1974, has evolved into a beautiful stadium which seats 30,406 fans. That includes a cluster of exclusive suites in the south end zone atop the football office complex. The 192,000 square-foot Convocation Center is a multi-purpose facility that is home to the A-State basketball, volleyball and indoor track and field teams.


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Focusing on its mission to educate leaders, enhance intellectual growth and enrich lives, Arkansas State University is the catalyst for progress. Founded in 1909, A-State meets the challenges of continuing as a destination university for more than 13,500 students through the combination of world-class research with a long tradition of student-friendly instruction. The second largest university in Arkansas, Arkansas State is a doctoral-level national institution with more than 150 degrees areas of study, including a robust online program, and a diverse student body from across the nation and the world. Two visionary programs – an osteopathic medical school in Jonesboro and an American-style campus in Mexico –approach their starting phases and prime examples of the innovation at Arkansas State. Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) are fully trained physicians completing four years of medical school and state licensure. The word most often heard regarding A-State’s pursuit of a D.O. school: transformative. Working with partners from New York Institute of Technology, plans look for the first class of medical students in Jonesboro by fall 2015. Similar feelings exist for the February 2014 ground-breaking in the north central Mexican state

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of Querétaro as A-State becomes the first U.S. public university to open a residential campus in Mexico. The first students at Querétaro are anticipated to begin their A-State degrees in fall 2016. These innovations join A-State’s tradition as an institution of higher learning designed to serve the needs of its region and state. Founded as an agricultural institution, A-State remains a research leader taking agriculture to the molecular level through the Arkansas Biosciences Institute while continuing the traditions of hands-on work at the university’s farm. The College of Business earned national and international acclaim for its undergraduate and MBA programs and is home to the Delta Center for Economic Development. One of the state’s centers of excellence is the College of Media and Communication, one of the top media programs in the country. The College of Engineering achieved a unique trifecta in 2013 with the national accreditation of three individual disciplines – civil, mechanical and electrical engineering. A vital part of the region’s growth as a hub for the medical industry is the College of Nursing and Health Professions. Another key health care area is the pre-professional programs, ranging from medicine, dentistry and veterinary, along with the STEM research areas of the College of Science and Mathematics. A-State is the instructional leader as the College of Education and Behavioral Science produced the most educators for the state. As the home of the state of Arkansas’ first Artist Laureate, world-renowned print maker Evan Lindquist, A-State is the hub of the cultural community. The state’s only College of Fine Arts allows students in music, theatrical and artistic disciplines with the opportunity to grow as performers. The campus is one of the most vibrant in the region, with a resident community that broke all-time records in the fall of 2013. The university opened Sorority Row, and the five new sorority houses led to a jump of more than 40% in Greek life participation.

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Jonesboro, Ark.

Jonesboro, home of Arkansas State University, weighs in as the largest city in Northeast Arkansas. As a matter of fact, if you form a triangle by connecting Little Rock, St. Louis and Memphis, Jonesboro stands out as the largest metropolitan city in what amounts to a 17,000 square mile triangular area.

two major hospitals and countless medical professionals. The city is also a shopping mecca, offering a modern business district as well as quaint downtown antique shops and restaurants. The $100 million Mall at Turtle Creek recently opened with more than 100 stores.

Jonesboro is a great city of over 70,000, and is always ready to welcome incoming A-State students from the moment they arrive in town. The booming community has matured over the past half century into a regional center for cultural, educational, industrial, commercial, agricultural, communication, transportation, recreational and medical interests. It contains almost every convenience of a big city and every comfort of a small town.

One of the five largest cities in Arkansas, Jonesboro is located between the vast and fertile Mississippi River and the cultural and scenic richness of the Ozark Mountains. It is nestled about 70 miles west of Memphis, Tennessee, on the gentle slopes of Crowley’s Ridge.

The community is alive with cultural events such as the art exhibitions, theatrical and musical productions, not only on campus but in the city itself through the Jonesboro Fine Arts Council, NEA Foundation of Arts, the Forum and the Northeast Arkansas Symphony. One highlight is the annual Hispanic celebration when downtown Main Street is transformed into a festive explosion of Hispanic music, food and cultural activity. Jonesboro is also the medical hub of northeast Arkansas and southeast Missouri, with

Jonesboro is a comfortable one hour drive from Memphis, two hours from Little Rock and four hours from St. Louis.The city and University have meshed resources in recent years and have truly become the “capital” of the northeast quadrant of the state. Northeast Arkansas is a recreation haven for the person who enjoys water sports, fishing, hunting, and boating as well as the joys of unspoiled nature. Jonesboro and the surrounding area have an abundance of lakes, rivers, ponds, streams and forests to serve as nature’s playgrounds for the avid outdoors person. And, Jonesboro, ranked by Forbes.com as the 27th “best small place to live” is a nice place to call home.

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AREA CODE 870 ATHLETICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-3880 ATHLETIC TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-3342 COMPLIANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-2813 DEVELOPMENT AND RED WOLF CLUB . . . . . . . . . 972-2401 FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-3880 MARKETING AND PROMOTIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-3930 SPIRIT GROUPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-3880 SPORTS INFORMATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-2541 STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-2082 STUDENT SERVICES AND ACADEMIC SUPPORT 972-2813 TICKET OFFICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-2781 VIDEO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-2082 BASEBALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-2700 MEN’S BASKETBALL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-2077 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-2303 WOMEN’S BOWLING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-3876 FOOTBALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-2082 MEN’S GOLF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-3411 WOMEN’S GOLF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-2777 TRACK AND FIELD, CROSS COUNTRY . . . . . . . . . . 972-3350 WOMEN’S SOCCER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-2340 WOMEN’S TENNIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-3876 VOLLEYBALL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-3876 ADMINISTRATION Terry Mohajir Rich Zvosec Amy Holt TBA Karen Barker Tabitha Foreman Caroline Williams Karan Upton Nonie Wiggins

972-3882 Director of Athletics Senior Associate AD for Administration 972-3882 Associate AD/SWA 972-4163 Associate AD for External Relations972-2950 Business Manager 972-3115 Administrative Asst. for Administration 972-2991 Administrative Assistant 972-2990 Administrative Assistant 972-3880 Faculty Athletics Representative 972-3385

ATHLETIC TRAINING Ron Carroll Head Certified Trainer Chad Sturkie Assistant Athletic Trainer Julie Ellena Assistant Athletic Trainer Eric Ennis Assistant Athletic Trainer Hiroki Yoshimoto Assistant Athletic Trainer Ben Turner Athletic Training GA Kreg Kinnaman Athletic Training GA Brent Roark Athletic Training GA Christina West Athletic Training GA Allyssa Zenter Athletic Training GA COMPLIANCE Joel Weems Dan Anderson Mary Tinsley

972-3923 972-2419 972-4009 972-3343 972-3343 972-3343 972-3342 972-3342 972-3342 972-3343

972-3098 Associate AD for Compliance Assistant Director of Compliance 972-3162 Administrative Assistant 972-2304

DEVELOPMENT AND RED WOVES FOUNDATION Adam Haukap Associate AD & Director of the 972-2401 Red Wolves Foundation Claire Drerup Donor Experience Coordinator 972-3126 TBA Dir. of Annual Fund & Premium Seating 972-3004 Tyler Cornwell Development Coordinator 972-4353 Gina Winchester Administrative Asst., Red Wolves Foundation 972-2401 FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT Randy Knowles Assistant AD for Facilities & Event Management Jason Jones Equipment Supervisor Bobby Burton Athletics Facilities Supervisor for Grounds & Landscape

972-2578 680-8093 972-2066

MARKETING AND PROMOTIONS Brenna McConaughey Assistant AD for Marketing & Promotions 972-2943 Marketing and Fan Experience Coord. 972-2558 Austin Queck

Staff Director

RED WOLVES SPORTS PROPERTIES JK Thompson General Manager John Fray Associate General Manager SPIRIT GROUPS Paige Pauley

Coordinator/Head Coach

MEDIA RELATIONS Jerry Scott Assistant AD for Media Relations TBA Assistant Dir. of Media Relations Chris Graddy Assistant Dir. of Media Relations Dennen Cuthbertson Assistant Dir. of Media Relations Dustin Sullivan Director of Digital Media

972-2944 972-2401 972-4077 972-3405 972-3547 972-2707 972-2541 972-2682

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING Director of Strength & Conditioning 680-8253 Matt Shadeed Asst. Director of Strength & Conditioning680-8004 Shelton Stevens Asst. Director of Strength & Conditioning972-3897 Ross Miller 680-8068 Derek Rosinski Strength & Conditioning Intern

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Brandon Pringle

Strength & Conditioning GA

STUDENT SERVICES AND ACADEMIC SUPPORT Abby Wilson Associate AD for Student Services Shaquita Lee-ReneliqueAcademic Coordinator Sarah Bradberry Academic Coordinator Jason Brooks Academic Coordinator Brodrick Johnson Academic Coordinator Trevor White Eligibility Certification Officer Felicia Rehr Tutor Coordinator Mary Tinsley Administrative Assistant for Student Services

972-2082 972-3356 972-2302 972-2721 972-4791 972-3702 972-3831 972-3127 972-2304

VIDEO Liz Lambert Brooks Cockrell

Video Coordinator Video Intern

680-8004 680-8004

BASEBALL Tommy Raffo Tighe Dickinson Anthony Everman Noah Sanders Jon Garner

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Volunteer Assistant Coach Director of Operations

972-2700 680-4339 680-4338 680-4336 680-4336

MEN’S BASKETBALL John Brady Head Coach Melvin Haralson Associate Head Coach Mike Scutero Assistant Coach Carlos Wilson Assistant Coach Brodrick Johnson Director of Basketball Operations Leela Keller Administrative Assistant

972-2077 972-2491 972-2077 972-2077 972-2627 972-3505

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Brian Boyer Head Coach Aisha Stewart Assistant Coach Aaron Kallhoff Assistant Coach Sonja Tate Assistant Coach Renae Shippy Director of Basketball Operations

972-2303 972-3568 972-3583 972-2473 972-3537

WOMEN’S BOWLING Justin Kostick Head Coach

680-8552

FOOTBALL Blake Anderson Walt Bell Joe Cauthen Glen Elarbee Dan Dodd Brian Early Allen Johnson Luke Paschall Trooper Taylor Anthony Tucker Kyle Cefalo Larry Hart Micah James John Mohring Jason Andrews Dave Roberson Karen Rinehart Yvonne Foster

972-2092 Head Coach Assistant Head Coach, Off. Coord. 680-8438 Defensive Coordinator 972-3294 Co-Offensive Coordinator 972-3871 Assistant Coach 680-8003 Assitant Coach 972-3872 Assistant Coach 680-8055 Assistant Coach 972-3716 Assistant Coach 972-3873 Assistant Coach 680-8002 Football GA 972-2082 Football GA 972-2082 Football GA 972-2082 Football GA 972-2082 Assistant AD, Director of FB Operations 972-3874 Director of Player Personnel 680-8005 Administrative Assistant 972-2092 Administrative Assistant 972-2082

MEN’S GOLF Steve Johnson

Head Coach

972-3411

WOMEN’S GOLF MJ Desbiens Shaw

Head Coach

972-2708

WOMEN’S SOCCER Tafadzwa Ziyenge Head Coach Jessica Nei Assistant Coach Michelle Clark Soccer GA

972-3195 972-8193 972-3876

WOMEN’S TENNIS Marina Engelbrecht Head Coach

972-2795

TRACK AND FIELD AND CROSS COUNTRY Jim Patchell Head Coach Matt Kraft Assistant Coach Matt Vining Assistant Coach Jarius Cooper Assistant Coach Kyle Chandler Head Cross Country Coach & Assistant Coach

680-4001 680-4003 972-4002 680-4005

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL David Rehr Head Coach Susie Jangada Assistant Coach Tristan Johnson Assistant Coach

972-2725 972-3524 972-3876

680-4005

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2014-2015 women’s basketball schedule Date

Opponent

Nov. 4 Nov. 10 Nov. 14 Nov. 16-22 Nov. 16-22 Nov. 23 Nov. 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 11 Dec. 14 Dec. 17 Dec. 19 Dec. 22 Dec. 30 Jan. 3 Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jan. 10 Jan. 15 Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 22 Jan. 24 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 5 Feb. 12 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 March 5 March 7 March 11-14

Truman State (Exhibition) Harding (Exhibition) Jackson State (WNIT) WNIT Opponent TBA WNIT Opponent TBA WNIT Championship Game Christian Brothers UT Chattanooga Ohio State Kansas Kent State Missouri State Florida Gulf Coast South Alabama* Appalachian State* Louisiana-Monroe* Georgia Southern* UT Arlington* Appalachian State* Texas State* Georgia State* Louisiana-Lafayette* Troy* Arkansas-Little Rock* Georgia State* Troy* Georgia Southern* Arkansas-Little Rock* Louisiana-Monroe* UT Arlington* Texas State* South Alabama* Louisiana-Lafayette* Sun Belt Conference Tournament * Sun Belt Conference Game

Location Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. TBA TBA TBA Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Columbus, Ohio Lawrence, Kan. Kent, Ohio Springfield, Mo. Jonesboro, Ark. Mobile, Ala. Jonesboro, Ark. Monroe, La. Jonesboro, Ark. Arlington, Texas Boone, N.C. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Lafayette, La. Troy, Ala. Jonesboro, Ark. Atlanta, Ga. Jonesboro, Ark. Statesboro, Ga. Little Rock, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. San Marcos, Texas Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. New Orleans, La. Home Games in White

Time (CST) 7:05 PM 7:05 PM 7:05 PM TBA TBA TBA 7:05 PM 7:05 PM 6:00 PM 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:05 PM 7:05 PM 5:05 PM 3:05 PM 5:15 PM 5:05 PM 5:00 PM 4:00 PM 3:05 PM 5:05 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 5:05 PM 11:00 AM 5:05 PM 4:00 PM 5:30 PM 3:05 PM 5:05 PM 2:00 PM 5:05 PM 3:05 PM TBA


2014-15 Arkansas State Women's Basketball Reference Guide  
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2014-15 Arkansas State Women's Basketball Reference Guide

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