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Table of Contents Table of Contents ...........................................1 Quick Facts ..................................................2 THE 2009-10 SEASON .....................................3 Outlook .......................................................4

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PLAYERS .....................................................9 Roster .......................................................36 COACHES AND STAFF ....................................37 Head Coach Brian Boyer..................................38 Assistant Coaches .........................................41 Support Staff ...............................................44 OPPONENTS ...............................................45

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Non-Conference Opponents .............................46 Sun Belt Conference Opponents ........................48 The Sun Belt Conference ................................50 2008-09 IN REVIEW ......................................53 Final 2008-09 Notebook ..................................54 2008-09 Results and Statistics ...........................62 HISTORY ....................................................67 WNIT History ...............................................68

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Sun Belt Conference Honors .............................69 Game Records..............................................70 Season and Career Leaders ..............................71 Yearly Leaders .............................................74 ASU Coaching History .....................................75 Season-by-Season Results ................................76 All-Time Series History ...................................82

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All Time Letterwinners ...................................83 All-Time Conference Standings..........................84 The ASU Convocation Center ............................86

2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide The 2009-10 Arkansas State women’s basketball media guide has been compiled for use by the media, prospective students and fans. It is a publication of the ASU Sports Information office.

Photography Nelson Chenault, Richard Bishop (Bishop Photography), Hannah Dolle, Rodney Freeman, Jonesboro Sun, Tom Moore, Van Provence, Sun Belt Conference, Ernie Rice, ASU Convocation Center.

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Printing Arkansas State University Press.

ASU Convocation Center Records .......................88 THIS IS ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY ................91 ASU Chancellor Dr. Robert Potts.......................107 Welcome to ASU ...........................................92 ASU Director of Athletics Dr. Dean Lee ...............108 Student Life at ASU ......................................100 Athletic Staff .............................................109

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Athletics at ASU ..........................................102 ASU Recent Accomplishments..........................112 Athletic Facilities ........................................104 JONESBORO..............................................118 ASU Administration ......................................106 MEDIA INFORMATION ...................................120

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Quick Facts

Arkansas State University 2009-10 Women’s Basketball Quick Facts General Information

Coaching Staff

Institution ............. Arkansas State University Location ........................... Jonesboro, Ark. Population .................................... 60,489 President ............................ Dr. Les Wyatt Chancellor ........................ Dr. Robert Potts Director of Athletics ................ Dr. Dean Lee SWA.................................... Julie Lessiter Faculty Athletics Rep. ............. Nonie Wiggins Founded ........................................ 1909 Enrollment ................................... 12,185 Nickname ............................... Red Wolves Colors .............................. Scarlet & Black Home Facility ................ Convocation Center Arena Capacity ............................ (10,038) Conference ................................. Sun Belt Affiliation...........................NCAA Division I Athletic Dept. Phone ............... 870-972-3880 Ticket Office Phone ................. 870-972-2781 Athletics Web Site ........ astateredwolves.com

Head Coach............................. Brian Boyer Alma Mater .............. Missouri Western (1993) Record at ASU (Years) ...............168-135 (10) Career Record (Years) ...............168-135 (10) Assistant Coaches: Tanya Ray, Rebecca Chilton-Peoples, Jennifer Sullivan Basketball Office Phone ........... 870-972-2303 Sports Information WBB Contact ........................ Van Provence Provence Office .................... 870-972-2707 Provence Cell ....................... 870-897-5010 Provence e-mail ......... vprovence@astate.edu Sports Information Director ......... Jerry Scott Assistant ........................ Anthony Reynolds Graduate Assistant ................. Katey Buckley Sports Information Phone ......... 870-972-2541 Sports Information Fax ............ 870-972-3367 Mailing Address ....................... PO Box 1000 ........................ State University, AR 72467 Overnight Address ............... 217 Olympic Dr. ............................... Jonesboro, AR 72401

Team Information 2008-09 Record ............................... 16-14 2008-09 SBC Record ............................ 10-8 Sun Belt Finish ........................... 2nd - West 2008-09 Home Record .......................... 9-6 2008-09 Road Record ........................... 6-8 2008-09 Neutral Court Record ................ 1-0 All-Time Record (33 Seasons) ........... 573-403 All-Time SBC Record (17 Seasons) ...... 167-101 Sun Belt Titles ......................................1 Last Sun Belt Title ........................ 2003-04 WNIT Appearances .................................8 Last WNIT Appearance ........ 06-07 (2nd Round) Best WNIT Finish ............... Champions, 1993 Starters Returning/Lost ........................ 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ................. 7/5 Newcomers .......................................... 6 Press Row Phone .................... 870-972-2541

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2009-10 Season Outlook

Seasoned Veterans, New Faces Take The Court For Arkansas State getting the mix together because we are split half-and-half with returners and newcomers. Fortunately the returners are doing a good job of setting a positive tone, working hard and giving us good leadership.” The returners are led by a pair of seniors who are both seasoned veterans after seeing considerable playing time over the last three years. Senior guard Ebonie Jefferson (5’9”) returns after leading the Red Wolves in scoring (11.8 ppg) and field goal percentage (.466) a year ago. Jefferson started in 27 of 29 games that she played in a year ago and logged 46 steals – second best on the team and tops among returners. “Last year Ebonie played at an all-conference level, and I’ll be disappointed if we don’t get that out of her this year,” said Boyer. “I think she can play at that level and has put herself into being an allconference candidate because of her toughness and work Senior Ebonie Jefferson returns after leading ASU with ethic.” Senior forward an 11.8 points-per-game scoring average a year ago. Schlup An interesting mix of veterans and newcomers Lyndsay (6’2”) started in 11 will take the floor for Arkansas State when the Red Wolves tip off the 2009-10 season Nov. 13 at of ASU’s games a Creighton. The Red Wolves return three of their year ago, averaging top four scorers and four of the top five rebound- 4.9 points and 4.2 ers from last year’s team that finished 16-14, but rebounds per game. averaged only six players on the roster have ever taken the Schlup court in an Arkansas State uniform. Seven new over 18 minutes per faces will join the veterans, and head coach Brian game last season, Boyer is excited about the Red Wolves’ potential and her rebounding numbers were as the season unfolds. third-best on the “It’s been a great team to work with,” said With 41 Senior Lyndsay Schlup enters Boyer when asked about workouts leading up to team. his 11th season at ASU. “I like their discipline, blocked shots in her the season at No. 9 on the allwork ethic and chemistry. The challenge for us is career, Schlup is at time blocked shots chart at ASU. 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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No. 9 in the ASU record books heading into her senior season. “If there was an all-conference role-player team, Lyndsay would be on that team,” said Boyer. “She’s a player that won’t lead us in scoring or stat categories, but is capable of leading the team in minutes played. She is that valuable and does everything well. She scores decently, rebounds well, defends great, moves the ball well and is going to play hard all the time.” One of only two juniors on the team, and the only junior with playing experience, Shay Scott (6’2”) started all 30 games a year ago at forward for the Red Wolves. Scott was a preseason All-Sun Belt Conference selection a year ago after an outstanding freshman season and led ASU in rebounding at 6.7 boards per game. She was third in scoring at 9.4 points per outing, and her 27 blocked shots represent the ninth-best total ever at Arkansas State in a single season. With 46 career blocked shots, Scott enters her junior season already at No. 8 in the ASU record books. “We are going to lean heavily on Shay this year,” Boyer said. “She had a stellar freshman season and was a little bit unknown. Her numbers as a sophomore didn’t increase a ton because she drew every doubleteam. She became the focal point of opponents’ defenses. I think this Head coach Brian Boyer expects an ‘allyear she is conference’ type season out of sophogoing to more guard NeNe Hurst. more capa2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

Junior Shay Scott is a proven scorer and rebounder for the Red Wolves.

ble of handling that role.” Junior guard/forward Breaunna Ellison (5’9”) joins the Red Wolves after transferring from Lon Morris College in Jacksonville, Texas where she averaged 16 points, 6.5 rebounds, three assists and two steals for the Lady Bearcats last season. “Bre fits well with this team,” said Boyer. “I expect her to be a very good defender. She is very good out in the open court and her strength is a lot like Ebonie Jefferson and will allow her to rebound and get to the basket.” Guard NeNe Hurst (5’10”) leads a trio of sophomores who all saw playing time last year as freshmen. Hurst was fourth on the team in scoring a year ago and is the Red Wolves’ top returning threat from beyond the three-point arc. Hurst averaged 8.9 points per game last year, hitting 32 three-pointers along the way while shooting .348 outside the three-point line. 5

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At 6’4”, center Linsay Henke is the tallest player on the ASU roster. Henke saw action in 12 games a year ago before going down with a broken foot. “I was disappointed last year losing Linsay, but I’ve been pleased this year because I thought it would take her longer to get back than it has,” said Boyer. “It looks like she hasn’t appeared to miss a beat as her conditioning has gotten better. She is as athletic as any 6-4 player in this league, and we’ll try to utilize that to our advantage. I think we’ll see the best impact from her defensively and in rebounding.” Redshirt freshman guard Quinishia McDowell (5’8”) has been in the ASU program for a year is expected to make a quick impact after sitting out last season with an injury. “’Q’ is going to be an immediate player for us this year either starting or coming off the bench,” said Boyer. “She gives us great energy, is a great communicator on the court and I think she will excel on the defensive end.” Five true freshmen fill out the remainder of the ASU roster, and all are expected to see the court during their first season at Arkansas State. Guard/forward Jasmine Taylor (5’10”) comes Sophomore Meghan Lewis will be a three-point threat to ASU after averaging 14 points and six rebounds any time she is on the court for ASU. last year at Memphis Central. “I’ll be shocked if NeNe is not playing at the “Jasmine is a winner,” said Boyer. “She lost all-conference level this year,” said Boyer. “She very few games in her high school career. Very came in with high expectations as a freshman but few players come into a D1 program as fundawent out with a knee injury. I thought she did a mentally sound and as skilled as she is.” great job for us last year, but I don’t think she had Guard Shatara Stone (5’9”) joins the Red the confidence on that leg as she did prior to the Wolves after finishing as the all-time leading injury. We are going to have to use her at the scorer in girls or boys basketball at Union Chrispoint guard or shooting guard spot. We need for tian in Ft. Smith. Stone averaged 24.7 points, her to have a huge year for us.” 8.6 rebounds and five assists last season with the Guard Meghan Lewis (5’8”) played in six games Lady Eagles, hitting 73 percent from the free as a true freshman but could emerge as a key throw line and 41 percent from beyond the threeplayer for ASU in her second season. point arc. “If we had to give a most improved player “Shatara is very athletic and can really shoot award it would go to Meghan,” said Boyer. “Last the ball,” said Boyer. “She has really good range year as a freshman she was a very good shooter, and I’m more and more pleased with how athletbut she has really worked hard this offseason to ically she fits in at this level. She attacks the basimprove herself athletically. She is going to be ket well and once she learns the system she’ll be more capable defensively and putting the ball on a good defender too.” the floor.” Forward Jessica Brown (6’1”) averaged 16 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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points, eight rebounds and three assists for Memphis Booker T. Washington last season, shooting over 53 percent from the floor with the ability to connect from three-point range. “Jessica is a very skilled post player,” said Boyer. “Her biggest strength is her passing ability. She can really see the floor, is a very good decision maker and can shoot the three really well too.” Guard LaWanda Clayborn (5’9”) averaged 16.3 points, 8.6 rebounds, four assists and two steals a year ago at Memphis Melrose. “LaWanda is as good as an athlete you’ll find in this league,” said Boyer. “She can really run and really jump. She is one of those guards that can shoot the three, she can shoot the pull up jumper, and she can take it to the hole. She’s really got the total package offensively.” Guard Andi Watson (5’8”) only needed to cross town to join the ASU program. A standout last year at Nettleton High School in Jonesboro, Watson averaged 17 points, 8.4 rebounds and two steals during her senior season. “Andi is very strong and very athletic,” said Boyer. “Her perimeter skills are better than most people gave her credit for coming out of high school. Initially, I think she will excel for us defensively. She can really defend and will be able to rebound, too.” Fourteen home games, including regional matchups with Louisiana Tech, Missouri State and Southern Illinois, along with nine home Sun Belt Conference games highlight the 2009-10 schedule. A pair of exhibition games are also on the home slate before the regular season gets underway Nov. 13 when the Red Wolves travel to Omaha, Neb. to take on the Creighton Bluejays. Following the season-opener at Creighton, ASU’s road trip will continue to Kansas State, where ASU will take on the Wildcats in a Nov. 16 matchup. Both of ASU’s opponents on the season-opening road swing participated in post-season play a year ago, with Creighton playing in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament and Kansas State advancing to the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA Tournament. “The opening weekend when we go to 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

6’4” center Linsay Henke is expected to be a presence in the paint for ASU in 2009-10.

Creighton and to Kansas State will be as tough of a weekend as our program has had in a long time,” said ASU head coach Brian Boyer. “Those are two challenging games on the road that will be a great early gauge for this team.” The Red Wolves’ home opener is scheduled for Nov. 18 against Arkansas-Pine Bluff, followed by a trip to South Orange, N.J. for the Seton Hall Classic. Arkansas State will take on Virginia Commonwealth in the opening round of the SHU Classic, then face Seton Hall or Morgan State in the second round. “The tournament at Seton Hall will be a great trip for the team,” said Boyer. “It will be a great experience and on top of that, it is a great tournament and one where we hope to be able to take on a Big East team in the championship game.” Following the Seton Hall Classic, the Red Wolves will return home for regional matchups 7

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opponent for us,” continued Boyer. “We have some players from that area and it is a good opportunity to get them home so that they can play in front of their families. It is also another chance for our program to show off against another good women’s basketball league in the Atlantic 10, which has become a very strong conference. It is another opportunity for us to represent the Sun Belt. We are starting a series with UT-Arlington and fans may not be aware of how good they have been in the past. They are a team that has been very, very successful in past years, and we are excited to get them at home. Southern Illinois is a series that we started last year and has the potential to be a very good regional rivalry.” The Red Wolves will also host North Texas, Middle Tennessee, Louisiana-Lafayette, Denver, Louisiana-Monroe, Western Kentucky, New Orleans and Troy in Sun Belt Conference matchups at the ASU Convocation Center. “Our non-conference schedule exposes us to things that will prepare us for Sun Belt Conference play,” said Boyer. “As a whole, this has the makings for one of the stronger years in the Sun Belt in quite some time. When you look across the league at the number of all-conference playRedshirt freshman Quinishia McDowell is expected to ers returning, this has a chance to be a really provide immediate depth at guard and could break into strong year in the Sun Belt.” the starting lineup. The Sun Belt Conference Tournament is schedagainst Louisiana Tech and Missouri State, taking uled for March 6-9 at Summit Arena in Hot on the Lady Techsters Nov. 24 and the Lady Bears Springs. In a departure from the past three seaNov. 27. sons, all tournament games will now be played in “Those are two programs that when you look Hot Springs, eliminating the need for on-campus, at women’s basketball through the years, both of first-round games. those teams have as good a tradition as there is in “This is one of those teams as a coach I’m lookthis area,” said Boyer. “Missouri State is a contest ing forward to coaching,” said Boyer. “Number where we have continued to renew that contract one, they have the work ethic and the drive you and certainly hope to in the future, and Louisiana want as a coach. It’s going to be fun to watch Tech is a series that we are excited to start back these young players grow up and watch the mix again after being off a few years.” come together as the season goes on. By no After road trips to St. Louis and Northern Ari- means do I expect us to be at the top of our game zona, the Red Wolves return to Jonesboro to face in November or even December, but I do think this Texas-Arlington Dec. 15 before hosting Arkansas- is a team that will continually get better as the Little Rock Dec. 19 to open Sun Belt Conference year goes on. The question mark with this team play. The final non-conference game is scheduled is how soon things will start to click for us. It’s for Dec. 22 at home against Southern Illinois. going to be a lot of fun to coach this group and “St. Louis is another natural non-conference get this mix to work together. 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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Meet The 2009-10 ASU Red Wolves


5-9 Sr. Guard Laurel, Mississippi (Northeast Jones) 2008-09:

Named the team MVP and Offensive MVP after leading the Red

Wolves in scoring at 11.8 points per game…also led ASU with a .466 field goal percentage, a figure that ranked 9th in the Sun Belt…posted a teamhigh 18 double-figure games, 16 times against Sun Belt Conference competition, including a career-high 21 points on two occasions…attempted and hit 93 of 148 free throws on the season, both team highs…played in 29 of ASU’s 30 games, drawing 27 starts…added 3.7 rebounds and 1.6 six steals per game…had three or more steals on six occasions, including a career-high six at Southern Illinois Nov. 19.

2007-08: Was named ASU’s Defensive MVP at season’s end after consis-

Miss. ... played four years ... averaged 21.7 points, eight rebounds, four

tently being called upon to guard opponent’s top offensive threat…posted

assists and three steals per game as a senior ... helped team to 4A-state

her first career double-double in ASU’s 69-55 win over North Texas when

championship in 2004 ... named four-time all-district player ... named

she scored 14 points and grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds…scored in

All-South and all-state as a senior ... team MVP and district 5-4A performer

double figures 13 times on the season, including a career-high 20 points

... member of USA Stars All-America squad ... also played softball and ran

against FAU…averaged 8.8 points, 4.7 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game.

track in high school.

2006-07: Saw action in 19 games as a true freshman...scored a season-

PERSONAL: Born March 16, 1988 in Detroit, Mich. ... major is public rela-

high six points against Charlotte in her first game at ASU...averaged 1.1

tions with a minor in sociology... named to Who’s Who in high school ...

points and 0.6 rebounds per game

member of National Honor Society and Mississippi Scholars ... selected to Northeast Jones’ Hall of Fame ... graduated with honors ... parents are

HIGH SCHOOL: Came to ASU from Northeast Jones High School in Laurel,

Charles and Sandra Jefferson.

Jefferson’s Career Statistics Season 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

GP 19 31 29 79

GS 0 26 27 53

Min 3.1 24.8 27.3 20.5

|---TOTAL---| FG-FGA Pct. 6-17 .353 106-277 .383 125-268 .466 237-562 .422

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 1-4 .250 7-16 12-47 .255 48-99 0-2 .000 93-148 13-53 .245 148-263

|--REBOUNDS--| Pct. Off Def Tot Avg PF .438 5 6 11 0.6 8 .485 69 77 146 4.7 59 .628 52 54 106 3.7 69 .563 126 137 263 3.3 136

FO 0 1 2 3

A TO 2 7 31 87 49 80 82 174

Blk 0 4 7 11

Stl Pts Avg 2 20 1.1 44 272 8.8 46 343 11.8 92 635 8.0


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Ebonie Jefferson


6-2 Sr. Forward California, Missouri (Helias) 2008-09: Played in all 30 of ASU’s games, starting 11…was named to the all-tournament team at the University of Texas-San Antonio Thanksgiving Classic after leading ASU to two victories in its two games at the classic…scored in double figures five times, including a career-high 13 points Feb. 7 at FIU…notched her first career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds against Big XII power Kansas State Nov. 25…posted two double-digit rebound games, including a career-high 16 boards Feb. 14 in ASU’s 74-66 victory at ULL…shot .726 from the free throw line…averaged 4.9 points and 4.2 rebounds per game…finished the season with 41 career blocked shots to rank 9th all-time at ASU.

2.7 rebounds on the year...was second on the team with 24 blocked shots, which ranks 13th-best in a single season at ASU...in her first game at ASU, scored 10 points, had nine rebounds and three blocks against Charlotte...was third on team with 127 rebounds on the year...an AD honor

2007-08: Played in all 32 of ASU’s games, starting in five of those contests…averaged 4.2 points and 4.3 rebounds per game…scored a careerhigh 11 points in ASU’s 70-58 victory at South Alabama Feb. 6…grabbed seven or more rebounds in 10 games…shot 71.7 percent from the free throw line…was particularly effective in SBC Tournament play, averaging 7.3 points, 7.7 rebounds while shooting a team-high 52.9 percent from the floor and 100 percent from the free throw line…notched a career-high three steals in ASU’s 68-50 victory over FAU March 5 in the opening round of the SBC Tournament. 2006-07: Played in all 34 games as a true freshman, starting seven times...started the first two games of the season, scoring 10 points in each contest...scored in double figures four times...averaged 3.4 points and

roll student. HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Helias High School in Jefferson City ... fouryear letterwinner in basketball ... named all-conference, all-district, allarea and all-state ... was team’s MVP twice ... top rebounder on team with school records ... also all-time leading scorer, rebounder and blocked shots ... also played softball, lettering three years ... helped team to 2003 and 2005 state championships ... named all-district, all-region and alltournament team. PERSONAL: Born June 5, 1988 in Jefferson City ... special education major...parents are Randy and Jo Ann Schlup...last name pronounced “Shloop”

Schlup’s Career Statistics Season 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

GP GS Min 34 7 17.9 32 5 17.0 30 11 18.2 96 23 17.7

|---TOTAL---| FG-FGA Pct. 37-100 .370 48-138 .348 51-130 .392 136-368 .370

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 0-1 .000 41-60 0-3 .000 38-53 0-0 .000 45-62 0-4 .000 124-175

|--REBOUNDS--| Pct. Off Def Tot Avg PF .683 40 87 127 3.7 72 .717 50 87 137 4.3 57 .726 48 78 126 4.2 67 .709 138 252 390 4.1 196

FO 3 0 4 7

A 24 13 18 55

TO 45 22 32 99

Blk 24 11 6 41

Stl Pts 17 115 24 134 16 147 57 396

Avg 3.4 4.2 4.9 4.1


#30 Lyndsay Schlup


6-2 Jr. Forward North Little Rock, Arkansas (North Little Rock) 2008-09: A preseason third-team All-Sun Belt Conference selection…started all 30 games for ASU, averaging 9.4 points, 6.7 rebounds and 0.9 blocked shots per game…led the Red Wolves in rebounding…finished the season ranked in the SBC’s top 13 in four statistical categories – 6th in offensive rebounding, 10th in blocked shots, 11th in total rebounding and 13th in field goal percentage…matched her career high with 16 points in the season-opening win over Creighton and equaled or topped that number on five additional occasions this season, including a careerhigh 19 points in ASU’s win over UALR…posted four double-figure rebounding games…recorded double-doubles in two games, including 19 points and 11 rebounds in ASU’s 56-55 win over UALR…blocked a careerhigh five shots Feb. 25 in the Red Wolves’ 76-67 win over North Texas…finished with a team-high 27 blocked shots, which is 9th best all-time in a single season at ASU…finished the year with 46 career blocked shots to rank 9th on ASU all-time blocked shots chart…finished the season with 440 career rebounds and needs just one rebound to move into 20th place on ASU all-time rebounding list. 2007-08: Became an impact player in the Sun Belt Conference in her freshman season when she posted nine double-doubles…was the only player named to the SBC All-Tournament Team whose team did not play in the finals…averaged 9.3 points and 7.5 rebounds per game on the season and finished among the league’s leaders in scoring, rebounding, field goal percentage and blocked shots…averaged a double-double in SBC play, putting up 10.6 points and grabbing 10 rebounds per outing…scored a career-

high 16 points twice on the season, including in the semifinals of the SBC Tourney against eventual champion Western Kentucky…pulled down a career-high 16 rebounds in ASU’s 72-64 win over FIU Jan. 23…scored in double figures 20 times…posted 11 double-digit rebounding games – all against SBC competition…notched a career-high five steals against Indiana State Dec. 28. HIGH SCHOOL: Named All-State and All-Conference three straight seasons and All-State Tournament two seasons while playing at North Little Rock...averaged 15.5 points, 8.5 rebounds and 1.89 blocked shots during her high school career...led NLRHS to a 60-8 record during her junior and senior seasons, including the Class 6A State Championship in 2006...started all 87 games that she played in at NLRHS. PERSONAL: Born November 17, 1988 in Little Rock, Ark.. ... Majoring in radiological science ... also played volleyball at North Little Rock High School ...daughter of Charles and Linda Scott.

Scott’s Career Statistics Season 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

GP 32 30 62

GS 25 30 55

Min 21.9 24.9 23.4

|---TOTAL---| FG-FGA Pct. 119-283 .420 111-246 .451 230-529 .435

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA 0-0 .000 59-116 0-0 .000 60-112 0-0 .000 119-228

|--REBOUNDS--| Pct. Off Def Tot Avg PF .509 111 129 240 7.5 59 .536 87 113 200 6.7 69 .522 198 242 440 7.1 128

FO 0 1 1

A TO 5 56 6 61 11 117

Blk 19 27 46

Stl Pts 25 297 18 282 43 579

Avg 9.3 9.4 9.3


#22 Shay Scott


5-9 Jr. Guard/Forward The Colony, Texas (Lon Morris College) Junior College: Transferred to ASU after playing two seasons at Lon Morris College…averaged 16 points, 6.5 rebounds, three assists and two steals during her sophomore season with the Lady Bearcats…Earned Region XIV All-Region and All-Conference honors…also earned Region XIV All-Academic honors…recipient of the Lon Morris Superior Academic Achievement Award and the Who’s Who American Junior College award. High School: Named District 4A Most Valuable Player as a senior at The Colony High School in The Colony, Texas…earned All-District honors as a junior…a two-time defensive MVP for The Colony. Personal: Born December 21, 1988...daughter of Nicole and Bernard Ellison...also played soccer in high school.


#24 Breaunna Ellison


5-8 So. Guard St. Louis, Missouri (McCluer-South Berkeley) 2008-09: Appeared in six games as a true freshman…scored three points against Northern Arizona and four against Alcorn State…was 2-of-2 from the free throw line on the season. High School: Named first-team All-Metro St. Louis area and first-team MBCA and Missouri Sportswriters All-State following senior season...averaged 18.2 points, 6.6 boards, 3.8 steals and 2.5 assists as a senior...shot 50.6 percent from the field, including 35.4 percent from behind the threepoint line...hit 72.5 percent of her free throws. Personal: Born January 23, 1990 in St Louis, Mo....Daughter of Essie Purnell....also ran track and played volleyball in high school...major is Physical Education...named to academic honor roll at McCluer-South Berkeley.

Lewis’ Career Statistics Season 2008-09 Totals

GP GS Min 6 0 4.2 6 0 4.2

|---TOTAL---| FG-FGA Pct. 2-10 .200 2-10 .200

|---3-PTS---| |--REBOUNDS--| 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Tot Avg 1-6 .167 2-2 1.000 2 0 2 0.3 1-6 .167 2-21.000 2 0 2 0.3

PF 4 4

FO 0 0

A 0 0

TO 3 3

Blk 0 0

Stl 2 2

Pts 7 7

Avg 1.2 1.2


#20 Meghan Lewis


5-10 So. (RS) Guard St. Louis, Missouri (Kirkwood) 2008-09: Opened the season with an 18-point, seven rebound performance in ASU’s 73-56 win over Creighton and went on to score in double figures in 13 games for the Red Wolves…was one of ASU’s top threats from beyond the three-point arc, connecting on 34.8 percent of her shots…played in all 30 games for the Red Wolves, drawing 13 starts… posted three or more steals in seven games…pulled down a career-high nine rebounds in ASU’s 73-63 victory at North Texas Jan. 10…averaged 8.9 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.4 steals per game. 2007-08: Redshirted after being injured in ASU’s exhibition game against Ouachita Baptist. HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 22.4 points, 7.4 rebounds, 5.8 assists and 4.3 steals as a senior at Kirkwood...named first team All-State and All-Conference as a senior...a McDonald’s All-American nominee following her senior season...led Kirkwood to a 20-4 record and the Suburban West Conference Championship in 2007. PERSONAL: Born June 5, 1989 in St. Louis, Mo.... majoring in accounting ... was an honor roll student at Kirkwood High School ...daughter of Robyn Hodges and Ronald Philip.

Hurst’s Career Statistics Season 2008-09 Totals

GP GS Min 30 13 23.8 30 13 23.8

|---TOTAL---| FG-FGA Pct. 95-238 .399 95-238 .399

|---3-PTS---| |--REBOUNDS--| 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Tot Avg 32-92 .348 45-68 .662 20 95 115 3.8 32-92 .348 45-68 .662 20 95 115 3.8

PF 54 54

FO 1 1

A 62 62

TO 88 88

Blk 9 9

Stl Pts 43 267 43 267

Avg 8.9 8.9


#21 NeNe Hurst


6-4 So. Center Jefferson City, Missouri (Blair Oaks) 2008-09: Played in 12 games as a true freshman before being sidelined for the remainder of the season with an injury…shot .500 from the field and .750 from the free throw line…scored career-high six points and blocked two shots in ASU’s 88-69 win over Charleston Southern. High School: A three-time all-conference, two-time all-district and twotime all-state performer...averaged 12 points per game as a senior...blocked a school-record 320 shots during her career...averaged 12.1 points, 8.7 rebounds and shot 60.3 percent from the field. Personal: Born October 7, 1989...daughter of Tom and Kathy Henke...also played volleyball and ran cross country in high school.

Henke’s Career Statistics Season 2008-09 Totals

GP GS Min 12 0 3.7 12 0 3.7

|---TOTAL---| FG-FGA Pct. 5-10 .500 5-10 .500

|---3-PTS---| |--REBOUNDS--| 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off Def Tot Avg 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 3 5 8 0.7 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 3 5 8 0.7

PF 2 2

FO 0 0

A 0 0

TO 0 0

Blk 4 4

Stl 2 2

Pts 13 13

Avg 1.1 1.1


#50 Linsay Henke


5-8 Fr.-RS Guard Monroe, Louisiana (Ouachita Parish) 2008-09: Redshirted after suffering a knee injury prior to the season. High School: Averaged 15 points, 5.7 rebounds, three assists and 3.5 steals as a senior at Ouachita Parish High School...lead the Lions to a 33-9 finish...four-time All-District selection...three year All-Northeast Louisiana...All-State following her junior season...was named Academic All-State following her senior season. Personal: Born November 27, 1989...daughter of Loretta Young and Bernard McDowell...Valedictorian of her senior class at Ouachita Parish High School...also ran track in high school...major is nursing.


#14 Quinishia McDowell


5-10 Fr. Guard/Forward Memphis, Tennessee (Central) High School: Named All-District and District MVP, All-Region and Region MVP and City MVP following her senior season at Memphis Central…also earned All-State Tournament and All-District Tournament honors…named to the Commercial Appeal/Pepsi Best of Preps team following her senior year…averaged 14 points and six rebounds as a senior…scored 30 or more points in three games …also earned academic honors at Memphis Central. Personal: Born November 12, 1990...daughter of Arthur and Tyra Taylor.


#23 Jasmine Taylor


5-9 Fr. Guard Ft. Smith, Arkansas (Union Christian) High School: Scored 1,329 points to finish as the all-time leading scorer for girls or boys basketball at Union Christian Academy…a four-time AllConference selection…also earned All-State, All-Area and Conference Player of the Year honors…selected to play in the 2009 Arkansas High School Coaches Association All-Star Game…averaged 24.7 points, 8.6 rebounds and five assists during her senior season…shot 73 percent from the free throw line and 41 percent from beyond the three-point arc. Personal: Born June 27, 1991...daughter of Linda Chapman……a member of the National Honor Society and an honor roll student…also played volleyball and ran track at Union Christian Academy.


#25 Shatara Stone


6-1 Fr. Forward Memphis, Tennessee (Booker T. Washington) High School: A four-year starter at Memphis Booker T. Washington High School, finished her career with over 1,600 points and 1,000 rebounds…named one of the nation’s top 100 forwards by ESPN Hoop Gurlz…a 2009 McDonald’s All-American nominee…a three-time All-District and All-Region selection…earned All-Metro honors following her junior and senior seasons…named District 15AA MVP following her senior season…led Booker T. Washington to three league titles, four district titles, two city championships, one regional title and one sectional championship. Personal: Born April 30, 1990…daughter of Daphne Brown.


#32 Jessica Brown


5-9 Fr. Guard Memphis, Tennessee (Melrose) High School: Named All-District, All-Region and All-Metro following her senior season at Memphis Melrose…averaged 16.3 points, 8.6 rebounds, four assists and two steals as a senior…helped Memphis Melrose to a District 16AAA season and tournament runner-up finish. Personal: Born March 19, 1991...daughter of Wendy and Roosevelt Clayborn…also played soccer and ran track at Memphis Melrose.


#33 LaWanda Clayborn


5-8 Fr. Guard Jonesboro, Arkansas (Nettleton) High School: Averaged 17 points, 8.4 rebounds and two steals during her senior season at Nettleton and finished as the school’s all-time leading scorer with 1,189 points…a two-time All-State selection, also earned AllConference honors three consecutive years…selected to play in the 2009 Arkansas High School Coaches Association All-Star Game…named to the All-State Tournament team in her senior year…named to the Jonesboro Sun Best Under the Sun team and the All-NEA Tournament team in her junior and senior seasons…three-time Jonesboro Sun Player of the Week during her senior season. Personal: Born March 25, 1991...daughter of Phyllis and Andre Watson.


#40 Andi Watson


2009-10 ASU Red Wolves Roster

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Name

Pos.

Ht

1 3 14 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 32 33 40 50

Jazmine Taylor Ebonie Jefferson Quinishia McDowell Meghan Lewis NeNe Hurst Shay Scott Jasmine Taylor Breaunna Ellison Shatara Stone Lyndsay Schlup Jessica Brown LaWanda Clayborn Andi Watson Linsay Henke

G G G G G F G/F G/F G F F G G C

5-8 5-9 5-8 5-8 5-10 6-2 5-10 5-9 5-9 6-2 6-1 5-9 5-8 6-4

Numerical Roster Cl. Hometown Sr. Sr. Fr.-RS So. So. Jr. Fr. Jr.-TR Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So.

Memphis, TN Laurel, MS Monroe, LA St. Louis, MO St. Louis, MO N. Little Rock, AR Memphis, TN The Colony, TX Ft. Smith, AR California, MO Memphis, TN Memphis, TN Jonesboro, AR Jefferson City, MO

(Previous School) (Ridgeway) (Northeast Jones) (Ouachita Parish) (McCluer-S.Berkeley) (Kirkwood) (North Little Rock) (Central) (Lon Morris Coll.) (Union Christian) (Helias) (B. T. Washington) (Melrose) (Nettleton) (Blair Oaks)

Alphabetical Roster

No.

Name

Pos.

Ht

32 33 24 50 21 3 20 14 30 22 25 23 1 40

Brown, Jessica Clayborn, LaWanda Ellison, Breaunna Henke, Linsay Hurst, NeNe Jefferson, Ebonie Lewis, Meghan McDowell, Quinishia Schlup, Lyndsay Scott, Shay Stone, Shatara Taylor, Jasmine Taylor, Jazmine Watson, Andi

F G G/F C G G G G F F G G/F G G

6-1 5-9 5-9 6-4 5-10 5-9 5-8 5-8 6-2 6-2 5-9 5-10 5-8 5-8

Cl.

Hometown

(Previous School)

Fr. Fr. Jr.-TR So. So. Sr. So. Fr.-RS Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

Memphis, TN Memphis, TN The Colony, TX Jefferson City, MO St. Louis, MO Laurel, MS St. Louis, MO Monroe, LA California, MO N. Little Rock, AR Ft. Smith, AR Memphis, TN Memphis, TN Jonesboro, AR

(B. T. Washington) (Melrose) (Lon Morris Coll.) (Blair Oaks) (Kirkwood) (Northeast Jones) (McCluer-S.Berkeley) (Ouachita Parish) (Helias) (North Little Rock) (Union Christian) (Central) (Ridgeway) (Nettleton)

Head Coach - Brian Boyer (Missouri Western) Assistant Coaches - Tanya Ray (St. Mary’s), Rebecca Chilton-Peoples (Prescott College), Jennifer Sullivan (Memphis) Pronunciation Guide Quinishia – Kwah-NEE-she-uh Shatara – Sha-TAR-uh

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Head Coach Brian Boyer Through 10 seasons as head coach at Arkansas State University, Brian Boyer’s name has become synonymous with success and the women’s basketball program. Entering his 11th season as head coach at ASU, Boyer has climbed to second place on the ASU career win chart with a record of 168-135. Under Boyer’s guidance, Arkansas State has reached the Women’s National Invitation Tournament four times, including three of the past six seasons. He led the Red Wolves to the 2003-04 Sun Belt East Division Championship, the program has produced 17 All-Sun Belt Conference players with Boyer at the helm and Boyer was named Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year following the 2003-04, and 2004-05 seasons. His 81 career Sun Belt Conference victories rank him fifth all-time in career conference wins. Boyer directed the Red Wolves to yet another winning season as he wrapped up his first decade as the program’s head coach in 2008-09. The Red Wolves finished the season at 16-14, posting victories over post-season participants Creighton and Arkansas-Little Rock along the way. Although the 2007-08 season was expected by many to be a rebuilding year, Boyer put forth what was arguably one of his finest 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. ASU 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 of the SBC Tournament for the fourth consecutive season. 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

Like always, the 2007-08 team was especially tough at home, posting a 13-2 record at the ASU Convocation Center that included a 9-0 record against Sun Belt Conference opponents. In the 2006-07 season the Red Wolves finished 2113, 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 ASU Convocation Center. The Red Wolves 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 quicker than any other team in ASU history, picking up their 10th win of the season Jan. 3, 2007, and their 21-win total equaled the highest in Boyer’s eight seasons. 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

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HEAD COACH BRIAN BOYER BY THE NUMBERS 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 TOTAL Boyer’s Boyer’s Boyer’s Boyer’s Boyer’s Boyer’s Boyer’s

18-12 14-14 12-16 12-18 19-10 21-11 15-15 21-13 20-12 16-14 168-135

First Victory 25th Victory 50th Victory 75th Victory 100th Victory 125th Victory 150th Victory

8-8 IN SBC 8-8 IN SBC 6-8 IN SBC 5-9 IN SBC 10-4 IN SBC 11-3 IN SBC 7-7 IN SBC 11-7 IN SBC 13-5 IN SBC 10-8 IN SBC

WNIT ---WNIT WNIT -WNIT ---

89-67 SBC

4 WNIT

ASU 93, Butler 76 - (11/19/99) ASU 85, MT 63 - (01/04/01) ASU 92, NT 72 - (01/18/03) ASU 57, ULL 48 - (02/26/04) ASU 97, Hampton 71 - (12/04/05) ASU 64, N. Dakota St. - 61 (1/20/07) ASU 68, ULM 53 - (2/28/08)

132 and the career rebounding record with 1,147. Sims set a new mark in career assists with 548 and became the first ASU 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 All-Sun 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. During the 2005-06 season, the Red Wolves posted a 15-15 overall record against a schedule that included nine NCAA Tournament teams, and three that participated in the WNIT. A-State advanced to the semifinals of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament, and Davie earned firstteam All-Sun Belt Conference honors for the third straight season. Davie also joined the ASU 1,000-point club, along with Sims and senior Amber Abraham. In the 2004-05 season, ASU 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 Red Wolves history. The Red Wolves 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. Arkansas State advanced to the quarterfinals of the WNIT Tournament, defeating SEC powers Mississippi State and Arkansas 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

along the way. The second round victory over Arkansas was played in front of a Convocation Center record crowd of 10, 892. The team’s success earned Boyer his second straight Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year Award. Boyer joined former Red Wolves coach Jerry Ann Winters as the only two ASU women’s basketball coaches to win back-to-back coach of the year honors. Davie, Sims and Carter all earned AllSun 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. 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 u p seven

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more wins than the previous season. ASU’s 19 victories that season were the most since the 1997-98 season, sparked in part by the best start in ASU women’s basketball history – a seven game win streak to open the season. The strong start carried over into Sun Belt play as the Red Wolves held the top spot in the East division from start to finish. Davie earned honorable-mention all-conference honors as a true freshman, and Boyer was rewarded with his first conference Coach of the Year Award. The 2002-03 season capped a pair of rebuilding years and resulted in a strong finish and a trip to the semifinals of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament. In his first season as head coach of the Red Wolves, Boyer led ASU to its first-ever Top 25 national ranking, 18 victories and a trip to the WNIT Tournament. The Red Wolves’ 18 victories gave Boyer the most wins by a first-year coach at ASU since Sara Wooley won 19 games in her first season in 1979. The Red Wolves opened the season by winning 10 of their first 11 games, including road wins over

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Southern Miss and nationally ranked Kansas, giving ASU a No. 25 ranking in the Associated Press poll the following week. The Red Wolves finished the season at 18-12 overall, ending the year with the program’s second straight invitation to the WNIT. Boyer came to ASU in 1995 after spending four seasons as an assistant for former head coach Jeff Mittie, who is now the head coach at TCU. A graduate of Missouri Western State College in St. Joseph, Mo., with a bachelor's degree in education, Boyer was an assistant coach for the men's program for six seasons, including the last three, which he spent as an assistant with the women's program as well. As an assistant to the men's team, Missouri Western 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 Elite 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 293 overall mark. In his four seasons at Arkansas State as an assistant coach, Boyer and the Red Wolves earned a 75-42 mark. The 1998-99 team went 18-14 with a trip to the Women's NIT. In the process, ASU earned wins over nationally ranked Virginia and Kansas. The Red Wolves won 20 games in back-to-back seasons in the 1996-97 and 1997-98 seasons. The 1997 team opened the season with a victory over nationally ranked Illinois and had a 12-game winning streak during the season, the second longest in school history. The 1998 squad knocked off nationally ranked Western Kentucky at the Convocation Center and came within four points of scoring an upset over national power Louisiana Tech at home as well. In his first season at ASU, the Red Wolves won 17 games despite having just seven scholarship players. Boyer prepped at Scotland County High School in Memphis, Mo. and graduated from there in 1988. He is married to the former Rhonda Lane of Marked Tree. She is a graduate of ASU. 40

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Now entering her eighth season as an assistant at Arkansas State University, Tanya Ray has played a key role in the success of the Red Wolves program over that time. In her seven seasons at ASU, Ray has helped guide the Red Wolves to 124 victories, an average of 18 wins per year. The Red Wolves have posted three 20-victory seasons during Ray’s time with the program and in 2003-04 the Red Wolves captured their first-ever Sun Belt Conference title, winning the East Division Championship. In 2004-05, the Red Wolves advanced to the quarterfinals of the WNIT, and in 2006-07, made their third postseason appearance in the last four years, advancing to the second round of the WNIT before falling on the road to eventual runner-up Wisconsin. Ray, a native of Brenham, Texas, serves as the Red Wolves' recruiting coordinator in which she organizes all aspects of the recruiting process. She is also the program’s travel coordinator. She also works with the Red Wolves post players and helps to oversee the team defense. Ray is also in charge of monitoring the academic progress of the team's student-athletes. She is the team liaison for campus life and assists in opponent scouting. Ray came to ASU after serving two years as an assistant coach at Oklahoma State University. While at OSU, she helped to develop posts players and assisted with on-the-court coaching. Her responsibilities included helping with recruiting, team travel and coordination of video exchange. Ray also oversaw the team managers and was the liaison to academic services. She helped the Cowgirls to an appearance in the quarterfinals of the Women's National Invitation Tournament in the 2000-01season. Before OSU, Ray spent a season as an assistant coach at Blinn College in Texas and helped the Lady Buccaneers to a 23-8 record. The team advanced to the Regional Final where it lost to the eventual national champion, Tyler Junior College. Under her tutelage, Ray helped coach two studentathletes to All-America seasons as both were named to the Junior College All-America Team. While at Blinn, Ray was in charge of on-the-court coaching and development of guards along with assisting in recruiting and team travel. Ray was a standout player at Texas-San Antonio, South Plains College and St. Mary's-San Antonio. She received her bachelor's degree in exercisesport-science from St. Mary's in 1999.

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Entering her eighth season as part of the Red Wolves coaching staff, Rebecca Chilton-Peoples has been instrumental in the success of the ASU women’s basketball program during that time. During her time at Arkansas State, the Red Wolves have become a force to be reckoned with in the Sun Belt Conference and have made three appearances in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. Over the past seven seasons, Peoples has helped direct the Red Wolves to 124 victories - an average of 18 wins per year. Three times during that span, the Red Wolves have posted 20-victory seasons, and in 2003-04 the Red Wolves captured their first-ever Sun Belt Conference title, winning the East Division Championship. In 2004-05, ASU won 21 games and advanced to the quarterfinals of the WNIT, and in the 2005-06 season achieved 21 victories again, advancing to the second round of the WNIT before falling on the road to eventual runnerup Wisconsin. Peoples, a native of Buckeye, Arizona, coaches the Red Wolves guards and is a recruiting assistant for ASU with an emphasis on underclass recruiting. She assists in the scouting of ASU opponents and handles game scheduling. Peoples coordinates the ASU home practice schedule and is the liaison to the strength and conditioning program. She is also the director of the shooting and elementary summer camps. Additionally, Peoples leads the Red Wolves team each year in their United Way Day of Caring by conducting an afterschool clinic with City Youth Ministries. She is also coordinated and participated in the marketing of the WBCA Pink Zone™ game against Denver last season. The WBCA Pink Zone™ initiative is a global, unified effort for the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's (WBCA) nation of coaches to assist in raising breast cancer awareness on the court, across campuses, in communities and beyond. Peoples joined the ASU staff after spending time as an assistant coach at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, NV where she helped five players sign on with Division I programs and coached three nationallyranked guards. Prior to her stint in Las Vegas, she coached at Northern Arizona University, where she was an assistant coach and the recruiting coordinator. Her coaching duties consisted of working with perimeter players and helping with team defense. In 2000, the NAU recruiting class was tabbed as the top recruiting class in the Big Sky Conference. Peoples began her college career serving as an assistant coach at Yavapai College in Prescott, Ariz. from 1998 to 1999. She assisted with both men's and women's basketball programs. While there, she helped both teams to 20-win seasons and signed eight top Arizona female student-athletes. Her responsibilities at Yavapai were as the women's basketball recruiting coordinator, an academic tutor, a Wellness Center Strength Instructor, a physical education teacher and the camp director. Peoples coached five years of high school basketball in Tucson, Ariz. before making the jump to the college ranks. At Amphitheater High School, she coached four years of girls basketball. Peoples started her career at Green Fields High in Tucson, where she served as varsity boy's assistant coach before moving to AHS. Now in her 16th year of coaching, Peoples received her degree in physical education from Prescott College in 1997. She is married to Arkansas State defensive line coach Kevin Kevin and Rebecca Peoples Peoples.

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Jennifer Sullivan begins her first season as an assistant with the Red Wolves, coming to Arkansas State from McNeese State in Lake Charles, Louisiana. A native of Jonesboro, Sullivan served as an assistant coach at McNeese for one season. Prior to her time at McNeese State, Sullivan was an assistant on the University of Memphis staff during the 2007-08 season. She began her coaching career at Rhodes College, serving as an assistant during the 2005-07 seasons. “As a head coach you are always evaluating potential assistant coaches in the case that you have a position come open, and Jennifer was at the top of my list,” said Boyer. “Without question, Jennifer is one of the best up and coming coaches in the business. I have been impressed with her since her playing days here at Jonesboro High School. She is an excellent communicator, she has a very strong understanding of the game, and without question she will be a great role-model for my current athletes.” A standout for the Lady Hurricane at Jonesboro High School, Sullivan finished her career with 800 points, 310 rebounds and 99 steals. She earned all-district and all-state honors as a player at JHS. After graduating from Jonesboro High School, Sullivan continued her playing career at the University of Memphis, where she earned her degree in communications.

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Support Staff

LAUREN ADAMS Academic Advisor

JULIE LESSITER Senior Women’s Administrator

NATALIE TROTTER Assistant Athletic Trainer

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Creighton University Location: Omaha, Neb. Nickname: Bluejays Colors: Blue & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Missouri Valley President: Rev. John P. Schlegel, S.J. Athletic Director: Bruce Rasmussen Home Facility: D.J. Sokol Arena Capacity: 2,950

Kansas State University Location: Manhattan, Kan. Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Purple & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 President: Dr. Kirk Schulz Athletic Director: John Currie Home Facility: Bramlage Coliseum Capacity: 12,528

Univ. of Arkansas-Pine Bluff Location: Pine Bluff, Ark. Nickname: Lady Lions Colors: Black & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southwestern Athletic Chancellor: Dr. Lawrence A. Davis, Jr. Athletic Director: Louis Perkins, Jr. Home Facility: H.O. Clemmons Capacity: 4,500

Virginia Commonwealth Univ. Location: Richmond, Va. Nickname: Rams Colors: Black & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic President: Dr. Michael Rao Athletic Director: Norwood Teague Home Facility: Verizon Wireless Arena Capacity: 7,500

Seton Hall University Location: South Orange, N.J. Nickname: Pirates Colors: Blue & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big East President: Monsignor Robert Sheeran Athletic Director: Joseph Quinlan, Jr. Home Facility: Walsh Gymnasium Capacity: 2,600

Morgan State University Location: Baltimore, Md. Nickname: Lady Bears Colors: Orange & Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic President: Dr. Earl S. Richardson Athletic Director: Floyd Kerr Home Facility: Talmadge Hill Field House Capacity: 4,250 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

SID: Rob Simms E-mail: rsimms@creighton.edu Press Row Phone: 402-280-5724 Website: www.gocreighton.com

Head Coach: Jim Flanery Alma Mater: Creighton, 1987 Record at CU (Yrs.): 131-92 (7) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 22-12 2008-09 Conf. Record: 14-1/2nd Letterwinners R/L: 7/4 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 2

Assistant Coaches: Steve Huber, Jenny Vickers, Dayna Finch

SID: Randy Peterson E-mail: rspete12@kstatesports.com Press Row Phone: 785-539-3423 Website: www.k-statesports.com

Head Coach: Deb Patterson Alma Mater: Rockford College, 1979 Record at KSU (Yrs.): 240-138 (12) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 25-8 2008-09 Conf. Record: 10-6/5th Letterwinners R/L: 7/5 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 3

Associate Head Coach: Kamie Ethridge Assistant Coaches: Kelly Moylan, Andria Jones

SID: Andrew Roberts E-mail: robertsa@uapb.edu Press Row Phone: TBA Website: www.uapblionsroar.com

Head Coach: Cary Shelton Alma Mater: Arkansas State, 2005 Record at UAPB (Yrs.): First year Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 12-19 2008-09 Conf. Record: 10-8/4th Letterwinners R/L: 5/4 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers:

Assistant Coaches: Stacie Vincent, Jessica Kern

SID: Mitchell Moore E-mail: mooreml3@vcu.edu Press Row Phone: 804-827-1010 Website: www.vcuatheltics.com

Head Coach: Beth Cunningham Alma Mater: Notre Dame, 1997 Record at VCU (Yrs.): 107-75 (6) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 26-7 2008-09 Conf. Record: 15-3/2nd Letterwinners R/L: 10/3 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers: 3

Associate Head Coach: Curt Kassab Assistant Coaches: Julia Huddleston, Tarrell Robinson

SID: Dan Kuberka E-mail: daniel.kuberka@shu.edu Press Row Phone: 973-761-5596 Website: www.shupirates.com

Head Coach: Phyllis Mangina Alma Mater: Seton Hall, 1981 Record at SHU (Yrs.): 343-347 (24) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 17-14 2008-09 Conf. Record: 4-12/T13th Letterwinners R/L: 8/3 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers: 3

Assistant Coaches: Kim Tingley, Ty Grace, Brian Stanchak

SID: Kevin C. Paige E-mail: ravenspr26@aol.com Press Row Phone: 443-885-4806 Website: www.morganstatebears.com

Head Coach: Donald Beasley Alma Mater: Morgan State, 1984 Record at MSU (Yrs.): 59-61 (4) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 17-13 2008-09 Conf. Record: 9-7/5th Letterwinners R/L: 7/2 Starters R/L: 5/0 Newcomers: 3

Assistant Coaches: Alicia Clarke, Christopher Lewis

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Louisiana Tech University Location: Ruston, La. Nickname: Lady Techsters Colors: Red & Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Western Athletic President: Dr. Dan Reneau Athletic Director: Derek Dooley Home Facility: Thomas Assembly Center Capacity: 8,000

Missouri State University Location: Springfield, Mo. Nickname: Lady Bears Colors: Maroon & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Missouri Valley President: Dr. Michael T. Nietzel Athletic Director: Kyle Moats Home Facility: JQH Arena Capacity: 11,000

St. Louis University Location: St. Louis, Mo. Nickname: Billikens Colors: Royal Blue & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Atlantic 10 President: Lawrence Biondi, S.J. Athletic Director: Chris May Home Facility: Chaifetz Arena Capacity: 10,600

Northern Arizona University Location: Flagstaff, Ariz. Nickname: Lumberjacks Colors: Blue, Gold & Sage Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big Sky President: Dr. John D. Haeger Athletic Director: Jim Fallis Home Facility: Walkup Stadium Capacity: 7,000

University of Texas-Arlington Location: Arlington, Texas Nickname: Mavericks Colors: Royal Blue & Orange Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland President: James P. Spaniolo Athletic Director: Pete Caron Home Facility: Texas Hall Capacity: 3,600

Southern Illinois University Location: Carbondale, Ill. Nickname: Salukis Colors: Maroon & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Missouri Valley Interim Chancellor: Sam Goldman Athletic Director: Mario Moccia Home Facility: SIU Arena Capacity: 9,386 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

SID: Malcolm Butler E-mail: mbutler@latech.edu Press Row Phone: 318-257-3144 Website: www.latechsports.com

Head Coach: Teresa Weatherspoon Alma Mater: Louisiana Tech, 2008 Record at LT (Yrs.): 9-2 (1) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 21-13 2008-09 Conf. Record: 12-4/T1st Letterwinners R/L: 8/4 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 3

Associate Head Coach: Daron Park Assistant Coaches: Sarah Carter, Ebony Felder

SID: Eric Doennig E-mail: ericdoennig@missouristate.edu Press Row Phone: 417-836-8145 Website: www.missouristatebears.com

Head Coach: Nyla Milleson Alma Mater: Kansas State, 1985 Record at MSU (Yrs.): 21-39 (2) Career Record (Yrs.): 206-75 (9)

2008-09 Record: 10-20 2008-09 Conf. Record: 6-12/7th Letterwinners R/L: 8/3 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 5

Associate Head Coach: Trish Marsh Assistant Coaches: Carly Stubblefield, Camryn Whitaker

SID: Mickey Smith E-mail: msmit145@slu.edu Press Row Phone: Website: www.slubillikens.com

Head Coach: Shimmy Gray-Miller Alma Mater: Michigan, 1994 Record at SLU (Yrs.): 42-75 (4) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 12-18 2008-09 Conf. Record: 6-8/9th Letterwinners R/L: 7/4 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 4

Assistant Coaches: Tony Francis, Stephanie Rich, Honey Brown

SID: Joe Scacco E-mail: joseph.scacco@nau.edu Press Row Phone: 928-523-1912 Website: www.nauathletics.com

Head Coach: Laurie Kelly Alma Mater: St. Thomas, 1993 Record at NAU (Yrs.): 92-90 (7) Career Record (Yrs.): 196-129 (12)

2008-09 Record: 9-21 2008-09 Conf. Record: 6-10/6th Letterwinners R/L: 8/3 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 3

Assistant Coaches: Monique LeBlanc, Chad Eickhoff, Brezya Rhodes

SID: Kristyna Mancias E-mail: kmancias@uta.edu Press Row Phone: 817-272-3795 Website: www.utamavs.com

Head Coach: Samantha Morrow Alma Mater: Texas Wesleyan, 1981 Record at UTA (Yrs.): 41-21 (2) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 22-1 2008-09 Conf. Record: 14-2/1st West Letterwinners R/L: 6/1 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers:

Assistant Coaches: Shane Laflin, Erin Grant, Lindsey Wilson

SID: Shalae Patrick E-mail: patrick2@siu.edu Press Row Phone: 618-453-7657 Website: www.siusalukis.com

Head Coach: Missy Tiber Alma Mater: West Liberty State, 1994 Record at SIU (Yrs.): First year Career Record (Yrs.): 167-70 (8)

2008-09 Record: 9-19 2008-09 Conf. Record: 5-13/8th Letterwinners R/L: 6/6 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers:

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UALR Location: Little Rock, Ark. Nickname: Trojans Colors: Silver, Black & Maroon Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Joel E. Anderson Athletic Director: Chris Peterson Home Facility: Jack Stephens Center Capacity: 5,600

Denver University Location: Denver, Colo. Nickname: Pioneers Colors: Crimson & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt Chancellor: Robert D. Coombe Athletic Director: Peg Bradley-Doppes Home Facility: Magness Arena Capacity: 7,200

University of North Texas Location: Denton, Texas Nickname: Mean Green Colors: Green & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Gretchen Bataille Athletic Director: Rick Villarreal Home Facility: The Super Pit Capacity: 10,032

Middle Tennessee Location: Murfreesboro, Tenn. Nickname: Blue Raiders Colors: Royal Blue & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Sidney McPhee Athletic Director: Chris Massaro Home Facility: Murphy Center Capacity: 11,520

University of South Alabama Location: Mobile, Ala. Nickname: Jaguars Colors: Blue, Red & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: V. Gordon Moulton Athletic Director: Dr. Joel Erdmann Home Facility: Mitchell Center Capacity: 10,000

Florida International University Location: Miami, Fla. Nickname: Golden Panthers Colors: Blue & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Mark B. Rosenberg Athletic Director: Pete Garcia Home Facility: U.S. Century Bank Arena Capacity: 5,000 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

SID: Brandy Sweeden E-mail: bmsweeden@ualr.edu Press Row Phone: 501-683-7004 Website: www.ualrtrojans.com

Head Coach: Joe Foley Alma Mater: Central Arkansas (1979) Record at UALR (Yrs.): 103-77 (6) Career Record (Yrs.): 559-158 (21)

2008-09 Record: 26-7 2008-09 Conf. Record: 16-2/1st West Letterwinners R/L: 10/2 Starters R/L: 5/0 Newcomers: 5

Associate Head Coach: Robert Dallimore Assistant Coaches: Alicia Cash, Jocelyn Love

SID: Nicole Dupes E-mail: nicole.dupes@du.edu Press Row Phone: Website: www.denverpioneers.com

Head Coach: Erik Johnson Alma Mater: UC San Diego, 1994 Record at DU (Yrs.): 16-15 (1) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 16-15 2008-09 Conf. Record: 10-8/T2nd West Letterwinners R/L: 6/6 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers: 6

Assistant Coaches: Yvonne Hawkins, Shelley Sheetz, Lisa Faulkner

SID: Steven Bartolotta E-mail: steven.bartolotta@unt.edu Press Row Phone: 940-565-4674 Website: www.meangreensports.com

Head Coach: Shanice Stephens Alma Mater: Oklahoma State, 1993 Record at UNT (Yrs.): 11-20 (1) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 11-20 2008-09 Conf. Record: 6-12/6th West Letterwinners R/L: 3/10 Starters R/L: 1/4 Newcomers:

Assistant Coaches: Saudia Roundtree, Johnetta Hayes, Jalie Johnson

SID: Travis Woods E-mail: woods@goblueraiders.com Press Row Phone: Website: www.goblueraiders.com

Head Coach: Rick Insell Alma Mater: Middle Tennessee, 1977 Record at MT (Yrs.): 100-33 (4) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 28-6 2008-09 Conf. Record: 17-1/1st East Letterwinners R/L: 10/0 Starters R/L: 5/0 Newcomers: 5

Assistant Coaches: Allison Clark, Khadija J. Head, Tom Hodges

SID: Kevin Beasley E-mail: kbeasley@usouthal.edu Press Row Phone: 251-460-7418 Website: www.usajaguars.com

Head Coach: Rick Pietri Alma Mater: South Alabama, 1987 Record at USA (Yrs.): 154-112 (9) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 21-11 2008-09 Conf. Record: 10-8/T2nd East Letterwinners R/L: 5/9 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 4

Assistant Coaches: Bobby Brasel, Aisha Stewart, Eric Wise

SID: Jenna Marina E-mail: jmari025@fiu.edu Press Row Phone: 305-348-3702 Website: www.fiusports.com

Head Coach: Cindy Russo Alma Mater: Old Dominion, 1975 Record at FIU (Yrs.): 577-286 (30) Career Record (Yrs.): 617-308 (32)

2008-09 Record: 6-24 2008-09 Conf. Record: 4-14/6th East Letterwinners R/L: 10/3 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers: 5

Associate Head Coach: Inge Nissen Assistant Coaches: Desma Thomas Bateast, Joanne Aluka-White

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Florida Atlantic University Location: Boca Raton, Fla. Nickname: Owls Colors: Blue & Red Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt Interim President: Dr. John Pritchett Athletic Director: Craig Angelos Home Facility: FAU Gymnasium Capacity: 5,000

Louisiana-Lafayette Location: Lafayette, La. Nickname: Ragin’ Cajuns Colors: Vermilion & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. E. Joseph Savoie Athletic Director: David Walker Home Facility: Earl K. Long Gym Capacity: 1,121

University of New Orleans Location: New Orleans, La. Nickname: Lady Privateers Colors: Royal Blue & Silver Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt Chancellor: Dr. Timothy P. Ryan Athletic Director: James W. Miller Home Facility: Lakefront Arena Capacity: 8,933

Louisiana-Monroe Location: Monroe, La. Nickname: Warhawks Colors: Maroon & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. James E. Cofer, Sr. Athletic Director: Bobby Staub Home Facility: Fant-Ewing Coliseum Capacity: 7,000

Western Kentucky University Location: Bowling Green, Ky. Nickname: Lady Toppers Colors: Red & White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Gary Ransdell Athletic Director:Dr. Camden Wood Selig Home Facility: E.A. Diddle Arena Capacity: 7,326

Troy University Location: Troy, Ala. Nickname: Trojans Colors: Cardinal, Silver & Black Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Sun Belt Chancellor: Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. Athletic Director: Steve Dennis Home Facility: Trojan Arena Capacity: 4,000 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

SID: Jared Smith E-mail: jsmit295@fau.edu Press Row Phone: Website: www.fausports.cstv.com

Head Coach: Chancellor Dugan Alma Mater: Eastern Kentucky, 1982 Record at FAU (Yrs.): 123-168 (10) Career Record (Yrs.): 282-241 (18)

2008-09 Record: 12-17 2008-09 Conf. Record: 9-9/5th East Letterwinners R/L: 8/3 Starters R/L: 5/0 Newcomers:

Assistant Coaches: Shannon Litton, Lou Difeo, Yolanda Cole

SID: Cade Sirmans E-mail: sirmans@louisiana.edu Press Row Phone: 337-482-1292 Website: www.ragincajuns.com

Head Coach: Errol Rogers Alma Mater: Louisiana, 1995 Record at ULL (Yrs.): 11-49 (2) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 3-27 2008-09 Conf. Record: 0-18/7th West Letterwinners R/L: 11/3 Starters R/L: 5/0 Newcomers: 5

Assistant Coaches: Lori Morris, Tomekia Reed, Courtney Simmons

SID: Jason Plotkin E-mail: jplotkin@uno.edu Press Row Phone: 504-280-3883 Website: www.unoprivateers.com

Head Coach: Amy Champion Alma Mater: Delta State, 1990 Record at UNO (Yrs.): 41-105 (6) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 14-17 2008-09 Conf. Record: 8-10/4th West Letterwinners R/L: 8/4 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers: 7

Assistant Coaches: Sally Jeter, Keeshawn Carter

SID: Steven Schauer E-mail: schauesr@warhawks.ulm.edu Press Row Phone: 318-342-6920 Website: www.ulmwarhawks.com

Head Coach: Mona Martin Alma Mater: Northwestern State, 1976 Record at ULM (Yrs.): 207-195 (15) Career Record (Yrs.): 610-409

2008-09 Record: 15-16 2008-09 Conf. Record: 7-11/5th West Letterwinners R/L: 13/1 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 2

Associate Head Coach: E.J. Ok Assistant Coaches: Gerline Guillaume, Amber Magner

SID: Chris Glowacki E-mail: chris.glowacki@wku.edu Press Row Phone: 270-745-6941 Website: www.wkusports.com

Head Coach: Mary Taylor Cowles Alma Mater: Western Kentucky, 1992 Record at WKU (Yrs.): 154-70 (7) Career Record (Yrs.): Same

2008-09 Record: 16-13 2008-09 Conf. Record: 10-8/T2nd East Letterwinners R/L: 11/0 Starters R/L: 5/0 Newcomers: 3

Associate Head Coach: David Graves Assistant Coaches: Latasha Dorsey, Latrice Mclin

SID: Travis Jarome E-mail: tjarome@troy.edu Press Row Phone: Website: www.troytrojans.com

Head Coach: Michael Murphy Alma Mater: Cardinal Stritch, 1985 Record at TROY (Yrs.): 91-110 (7) Career Record (Yrs.): 163-137 (10)

2008-09 Record: 16-14 2008-09 Conf. Record: 10-8/2nd East Letterwinners R/L: 8/5 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers: 5

Assistant Coaches: Craig Kennedy, Jennifer Wasson

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The Sun Belt Conference the league’s increasing parity. Louisiana-Lafayette’s Ragin’ Cajuns took home their ninth Sun Belt Conference crown in 10 years, but they faced heavy opposition in the regular season and throughout the conference tournament. Louisiana-Lafayette fell to host Baylor University in the first game of the Waco Regional, but fought off elimination by winning its next two contests against No. 13 Northwestern and Texas State. The Cajuns’ postseason run came to an end with a second loss to Baylor. But with their entire pitching staff returning, including Sun Belt Pitcher of the Year Donna Bourgeois, the Cajuns have plenty of reason to look forward to the 2010 season. In baseball, the Sun Belt Conference has sent multiple teams to the NCAA tournament each year since 1988. The 21-year streak of having two or more teams reach NCAA play is matched by only four other conferences (ACC, Big West, SEC, Pac-10). Both WKU and Middle Tennessee represented the league in the NCAA Baseball Championships in 2009. Because of its status as a member of the Football Bowl Subdivsion coalition, the Sun Belt Conference has a permanent seat on the NCAA’s 17-member Board of Directors. As a result, the conference has a crucial voice on some of the most pressing issues in college athletics and will always have a role in the implementation of any future NCAA legislation and guidelines. The conference continues to utilize television to grow and promote the league and its member institutions. The Sun Belt Conference signed a new multiyear agreement with ESPN, Inc. in January of 2009 that will result in unprecedented national coverage for the league. Additionally, ESPN televised the conference’s men’s basketball championship game for the 29th straight season in 2009, marking its longest affiliation with any conference in the country. The conference’s regional television partnership with Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS) and Cox Sports Television (CST) enables live telecasts of Sun Belt events to reach millions of households. The addition of volleyball, baseball and softball to the conference’s television package has resulted in more national and regional television exposure for the league than at any time in its history. The Sun Belt Conference has also partnered with JumpTV Sports, Inc. to deliver a full-service, customized, public and premium website to provide fans with a broad range of real-time information and content about the conference’s athletic teams. The Sun Belt is one of the few conferences in the nation to provide video highlights and features on its website from each of the league’s respective championships. This technology serves as a great recruiting tool for schools by enabling anyone in the world with internet access to view the conference’s championship events. Fans in five different countries viewed the conference’s most recent soccer championship. Prominent Sun Belt alumni include former United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (Denver), NFL Hall of Fame football player “Mean” Joe Greene (North Texas), Florida Marlins All-Star baseball player Luis Gonzalez (South Alabama), Boston Red Sox baseball player Mike Lowell (MLB All-Star and 2007 MLB World Series MVP, FIU), former member of the United States Senate and House of Representatives John Breaux (Louisiana-Lafayette), country music superstar Tim McGraw (Louisiana-Monroe), and actor Andy Garcia (FIU). The conference’s first 33 years have also produced numerous individual national champions along with Olympic track medalists including Earl Bell, Tom Hill and Al Joyner (Arkansas State), Hollis Conway (Louisiana-Lafayette), and Tayna Lawrence (FIU). Old Dominion’s Anne Donovan, who received the Naismith Trophy recognizing the nation’s top women’s basketball player in 1983, helped the United States win the Olympic gold medal in 1984 and helped the Lady Monarchs capture the national championship in 1985 (one of eight women’s Final Four appearances by Sun Belt schools: Old Dominion - 1983, 1985; WKU – 1985, 1986, 1992; Louisiana Tech – 1994, 1998, 1999). Sun Belt teams have also participated in the men’s NCAA Final Four (Charlotte 1977), the College World Series (Louisiana-Lafayette 2000), the women’s College World Series (Louisiana-Lafayette 1993, 1995, 1996, 2003, 2008), and have had 11 players selected in the first round of the NBA Draft. The Sun Belt Conference is led by Commissioner Wright Waters, who is in his 10th full year as commissioner. He was named the conference’s fourth commissioner in February of 1999 following the tenures of Vic Bubas (1976-1990), Jim Lessig (1990-1991), and Craig Thompson (1991-1998). The league’s annual all sports champion is awarded the Vic Bubas Cup, named after the conference’s first commissioner. The conference office has been headquartered in downtown New Orleans since 2000 after moving from suburban Metairie, La., where it had been based since 1991. Prior to moving to the “Big Easy,” the league was based in Tampa, Fla., from 1977-1991. The original conference office was located in Charlotte, N. C., from 1976-77.

While there are 31 NCAA conferences that sponsor multiple sports, the Sun Belt is one of only 11 to participate in the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) and Football Bowl Subdivision. The Sun Belt was formed in 1976 with six members competing in four men’s sports, and today comprises 13 institutions of higher learning while sponsoring 19 championship sports for men and women. The Sun Belt Conference enters its 34th season in 2009-10 with a proud history of athletic and academic success. The conference sponsors 10 women’s sports - basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball; and nine men’s sports – baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, swimming and diving, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. Each of the 19 sports has seen numerous team and individual accomplishments, and nearly every Sun Belt Conference school is currently graduating its student-athletes at a rate higher than its respective school’s student body. All Sun Belt schools are committed to excellence in the 21st century, and facility upgrades and expansions are taking place on every campus. During the 2008-09 academic year alone, the Sun Belt Conference accomplished numerous feats. In the fall of 2008 Middle Tennessee, FIU and Western Kentucky University all represented the league in the NCAA Volleyball Tournament – the first time the Sun Belt has sent three teams to the NCAA Tournament in volleyball and the second straight year the conference has sent multiple teams. Middle Tennessee advanced to the second round of the tournament, while WKU and FIU put forth strong and hard-fought efforts in the first round. The Sun Belt momentum continued in the sport of football as Florida Atlantic and Troy both earned bowl bids after impressive regular-season performances. It marked the third time in the league’s eight-year football history that two teams have received postseason nods. FAU marked its place in the history books when the Owls defeated Central Michigan in the Motor City Bowl, becoming the first SBC team to win back-to-back bowl games. In men’s basketball, WKU received its second straight bid to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament after winning the Sun Belt Conference Championship. The Hilltoppers secured a trip to the second round with a 76-72 win over fifthseeded Illinois and battled to the end in a heartbreaking two-point loss to Gonzaga. It was the second year in a row that WKU defeated a higher-seeded team to advance past the tournament’s opening round. On the women’s side, Middle Tennessee captured national attention with the help of standout junior Alysha Clark. The Blue Raiders spent time in the coaches’ poll top 25. The squad earned a spot in the 2009 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament as Sun Belt Conference champions and finished the season with an impressive 28-6 record. Clark’s consistent performances earned her the title of the nation’s leading scorer as she averaged 27.5 points per game. The Blue Raiders will look to continue their success in the 2009-10 season, and with every studentathlete returning, they will be poised to make another strong showing. There was no shortage of success in the Sun Belt’s spring sports in 2009, either. Three tennis teams represented the league in the NCAA Tennis Tournaments. The Middle Tennessee men’s team and FIU women’s team both earned their places in the national competition by winning their respective Sun Belt Conference championships. The Denver women’s squad received an at-large bid after building a 16-5 regular season record, marking their second straight appearance at the event. FIU advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament following a 43 win over Princeton in the first round. The 2009 Sun Belt Conference golf teams picked up right where they left off after an impressive 2008 season that saw two squads advance to the NCAA National Championship after top-10 finishes at their respective regional sites. The Sun Belt followed up the strong 2008 showing by sending three teams to the NCAA Regionals. Middle Tennessee and Denver were both selected to compete at the regional events, marking the 10th consecutive year that the conference has sent two men’s teams to the postseason. The Denver women also received an automatic bid to the regionals after taking home its sixth consecutive Sun Belt crown. The Pioneer women held a national ranking throughout the entire season and capped the year with its first-ever regional championship, winning the NCAA East Regional at the Mark Bostick Golf Course in Gainesville, Fla. 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Bert Carter Associate Commissioner

Travis Llewellyn Associate Commissioner

Wright Waters Commissioner

Kathy Keene Associate Commissioner

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Final 2008-09 Notebook LOOKING BACK: Arkansas State shot a season-high 51.2 percent to defeat ULM 66-63 Feb. 28 on the road in the final game of the regular season. The victory over the Warhawks helped ASU wrap up the regular season on a six-game win streak...the Red Wolves’ 43 field goal attempts in the game was a season low...Arkansas State won the battle of the boards 42-25, and ULM’s 25 rebounds were the fewest for any team during the season...junior guard Ebonie Jefferson dished out a career-high seven assists in the game. BLOCK PARTY: Arkansas State swatted away a season-high nine shots in its 76-67 victory over North Texas Feb. 25, a total that was also the second-highest in school history. Sophomore forward Shay Scott led the way with five blocks, while junior guards Jazmine Taylor, Ebonie Jefferson and Veronica Smith and freshman guard NeNe Hurst all added one block. JEFFERSON ON A ROLL: Junior guard Ebonie Jefferson played an instrumental role in helping ASU put together its six-game win streak, helping the Red Wolves record victories over UALR, ULL, UNO, Denver, North Texas and ULM. Jefferson averaged 14.2 points per game during the streak,

including a 20-point effort in the win over UALR. In the win over the Trojans, Jefferson connected on 6-of-10 shots from the floor and 8-of-11 (.727) from the line. She also added five rebounds and a pair of steals in 31 minutes of action. Jefferson scored in double figures in 14 of ASU’s last 17 games, had 19 double-figure games on the season and led ASU in scoring with an 11.8 ppg average, a figured that climbed to 13.0 ppg in Sun Belt Conference play. GREAT SCOTT: Sophomore forward Shay Scott set a new career high with 19 points in ASU’s 56-55 victory over Arkansas-Little Rock Feb. 11. Scott connected on a careerhigh eight field goals in the game and tied her career-high with 3 blocked shots. Scott also pulled down 11 rebounds against the Trojans for her first double-double of the season and the 10th of her career. Scott added her second double-double of the year Feb. 22 in ASU’s 72-65 win over Denver, pulling down 12 rebounds while scoring 14 points. Scott continued her strong play against North Texas when she pulled down a season-high 14 rebounds and blocked a career-high five shots. During ASU’s six game win streak, Scott is averaged 11.8 points, 9.3 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game. PRETTY IN PINK: Sunday, Feb. 22 was a special day for Red Wolves women’s basketball as Arkansas State Athletics turned the Convocation Center into a "Pink Zone" for the Red Wolves’ Sun Belt Conference women's basketball battle against Denver. The A-State Women’s program joined with teams across the country in setting aside a home game to take part in the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's "Pink Zone" initiative in the battle against women's cancers. While they day’s festivities at the Convocation Center focused primarily on cancer awareness, prevention and education, there were also events taking place that raised money for the Kay Yow/WBCA Cancer Fund, which is an arm of the V Foundation. The Red Wolves wore specially-designed pink and white uniforms to help promote awareness of the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's battle against women’s cancers. As a special tribute to cancer survivors, the players’ names on the backs of their jerseys were replaced with names of cancer survivors, who joined the team on the court for the playing of the national anthem. “Assistant Coach Rebecca Peoples organized a wonderful event today,” said ASU Head Coach Brian Boyer. “It was her idea, with the assistance of ASU Marketing’s Brad Bobo and Andrea Scott and I thought it was a great day from that standpoint.”

Current sophomore guard NeNe Hurst opened her career with an 18-point performance in the season-opening victory over Creighton, then went on to score in double figures 13 times during the 2008-09 season. 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

SHOOTING STAR: Senior guard Caroline Starr matched her career-high with six three-pointers to help ASU rally and defeat ULL 74-66 Feb. 14. Starr hit three three-pointers during a 24-8 run in the second half to help the Red Wolves erase a 10-point deficit and take the lead for good. Playing ULL seems to bring out the best in Starr – as a junior she scored a season-high 17 points against the Ragin’ Cajuns and as a sophomore, she sank six three-pointers and scored a 54

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any player in the Sun Belt Conference this season. Taylor’s 10 free throws made were also a personal best. Taylor backed up her performance against ULM with another strong game against South Alabama Jan. 18. Taylor posted her second consecutive 12-point effort, including another perfect performance at the free throw line. Taylor had a string of 24 consecutive free throws snapped when she missed late in the Red Wolves’ 78-67 win over Western Kentucky Feb. 2.

CAREER HIGH FOR SCHLUP: Junior guard Lyndsay Schlup led all players on the boards Feb. 14 in ASU’s 74-66 victory at ULL. Schlup ripped down 16 rebounds in the game – seven in the first half and nine in the second – to set a new career high for the junior from California, Missouri.

BREAKING A TREND: The Jan. 25 loss to FAU was the first loss of the season in which ASU out-shot its opponent. Despite holding Florida Atlantic to 29.3 percent shooting, the Red Wolves managed just 36.2 percent shooting from the floor in the 54-44 loss. The Red Wolves came up on the short end of the score once again when ASU dropped a 7469 decision at Troy despite out-shooting the Trojans, 47.2 percent to 45.5 percent.

ALL THAT JAZ: Point guard Jazmine Taylor had one of her best games of the season Jan. 14 in ASU’s 64-54 victory over Louisiana-Monroe. Taylor finished the game with a careerhigh eight steals and tied another career mark with three blocked shots. The junior from Memphis was also a perfect 10-of-10 from the free throw line. Taylor’s eight steals were just two shy of the school record, posted by Sonja Tate in 1992-93 against Mississippi Valley State, and the most by

THE RED WOLVES AT HOME: Over the last five-plus years, the ASU women’s basketball program boasts a winning percentage of .821 (69-15) at the ASU Convocation Center. The Red Wolves are 208-61 (.773) all-time at the Convocation Center and 97-38 (.718) under head coach Brian Boyer at home. ANOTHER DOUBLE-DOUBLE FOR “V”: Junior guard/forward Veronica Smith posted her third double-double this season and the fourth of her career in ASU’s 73-76 win at North Texas Jan. 10 when she finished with 10 points and 12 rebounds, including six on the offensive end. The game was the second consecutive double-double Smith has produced when playing at North Texas. Smith also posted a double-double in ASU’s 63-61 win over New Orleans Jan. 4. Smith finished with 16 points and 12 rebounds against the Lady Privateers. She also posted a double-double in the Red Wolves’ Nov. 19 game at Southern Illinois, putting up 13 points and 10 rebounds against the Salukis. BREAKING MORE TRENDS: Arkansas State’s 63-61 victory over New Orleans Jan 4. marked the first time during the season that the Red Wolves were able to bounce back and grab a victory after trailing at the half. New Orleans led 30-27 at the break before ASU out-rebounded the Lady Privateers 20-12 and outscored UNO 36-31 in the final 20 minutes to pick up the win. The Red Wolves also committed a season-low nine fouls against the Lady Privateers. ON THE LINE: The Red Wolves were fouled a season-high 30 times by ULM in ASU’s 64-54 victory over the Warhawks Jan. 14 and shot a season-high 39 free throws in the game - both the foul total and the free throws attempted were also the most in any game by a Sun Belt team this season.

Current junior forward Shay Scott set a new career high with 19 points in ASU’s 56-55 victory over Arkansas-Little Rock Feb. 11. Scott connected on a career-high eight field goals in the game and tied her career-high with 3 blocked shots. Scott also pulled down 11 rebounds against the Trojans for her first double-double of the season and the 10th of her career.

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WORKING INSIDE: Arkansas State scored 38 points in the paint against Alcorn State Dec. 28, but for the first time during the season, the Red Wolves did not connect from behind the three-point arc. In fact, ASU attempted just two three-pointers in the game, the fewest in any game this season. WORKING OVERTIME: With the 76-68 overtime win Dec. 2 at Indiana State, the Red Wolves improved to 8-0 during the 55

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2008-09 Year-In-Review tonio Classic All-Tournament team Nov. 29 following their performances in helping ASU go 2-0 in the Classic. A-State defeated Charleston Southern and Texas-San Antonio to finish as the only undefeated team in the four-team field, with Smith finishing with a two-game total of 33 points and 14 rebounds while Schlup added 22 points and 13 boards. Junior Ebonie Jefferson would have likely been the fifth member of the all-tournament team if the voting had not been completed at halftime of the final game against Texas-San Antonio. At the half, Jefferson had just two points, but finished the game with 16 points - giving her a 31-point total on 12-of-22 shooting in the Classic. TEXAS SHARPSHOOTERS: Junior Veronica Smith became the first Red Wolf this season to score at least 20 points in a game when she hit for 21 against Charleston Southern Nov. 28 in the opening game of the Texas-San Antonio Thanksgiving Classic. Smith hit a team season-high 10 field goals in the game on a team-high 18 attempts...juniors Lyndsay Schlup and Ebonie Jefferson combined to hit 10-of-10 free throws against Charleston Southern, with Schlup draining seven from the line...sophomore Shay Scott posted ASU’s highest shooting percentage of the season (.750) when she hit 6-of-8 from the field Nov. 29 against Texas-San Antonio in the final game of the Classic...Arkansas State’s 88 points against Charleston Southern was the Red Wolves’ highest offensive output of the season...Arkansas State hit 33 field goals against Charleston Southern and shot .471 from the floor and .900 (18-20) from the line, with both being season highs.

Current senior forward Lyndsay Schlup recorded her first career double-double Nov. 25 against Kansas State. Schlup scored 10 points and grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds against the Wildcats.

regular season in overtime games under head coach Brian Boyer. Five of those games were played on the road, with the remaining three at home. In all overtime games played under Boyer, the Red Wolves stand at 8-2, falling to New Mexico State in double overtime in the 2004 Sun Belt Conference Tournament and to New Orleans in the 2002 SBC Tournament. Overtime Games Under Boyer 2008-09 - ASU 76, @ Indiana St. 68 2007-08 - ASU 72, FIU 64 2006-07 - ASU 65, @ ULL 58 2004-05 - ASU 85, @ FIU 74 2003-04 - ASU 86, @ UALR 79 2003-04 - New Mexico St. 71, ASU 56 (2OT) at Bowling Green, Kentucky Sun Belt Conference Tournament

2002-03 - ASU 69, UNO 63 2002-03 - ASU 63, Belmont 62 2001-02 - UNO 51, ASU 47 at New Orleans, Louisiana Sun Belt Conference Tournament

2000-01 - ASU 79, @ McNeese 74 CLASSIC PERFORMANCES: Juniors Veronica Smith and Lyndsay Schlup were named to the Star Shuttle Texas-San An2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

CLEANING THE GLASS: Arkansas State grabbed a seasonhigh 51 rebounds against Charleston Southern Nov. 28 in the UTSA Thanksgiving Classic while holding the Buccaneers to just 31 rebounds - the lowest total for any A-State opponent at the time. Arkansas State equaled its 51-rebound mark in the Red Wolves 73-63 victory at North Texas Jan. 10. DOUBLE-DOUBLE FOR SCHLUP: Junior forward Lyndsay Schlup recorded her first career career double-double Nov. 25 against Kansas State. Schlup scored 10 points and grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds against the Wildcats. DEFENSIVE PRESSURE: Arkansas State held Northern Arizona to just 20 points in each half in the Red Wolves’ 71-40 win Nov. 16. Additionally, the Red Wolves held the Lumberjacks to just 29.2 percent shooting from the floor and forced 23 turnovers while allowing just six assists. Arkansas State notched 13 steals in the game with junior guard Jazmine Taylor and Ebonie Jefferson leading the way with three steals each. OFFENSIVE BALANCE: Twelve players scored for Arkansas State in the Nov. 16 win over Northern Arizona, with 10 of those players scoring in the first half. Junior guard Ebonie Jefferson led ASU with 12 points, and seven other Red Wolves had at least six points in the game. A-State once again placed 12 players in the scoring column in the Red Wolves 71-44 victory over Alcorn State Dec. 28. Sophomore forward Shay Scott led the way with a career-high 18 points against the Lady Braves. 56

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TAYLOR’S TREYS: Junior point guard Jazmine Taylor played in 61 games for Arkansas State before hitting her first three pointer. Taylor connected on her first three during ASU’s 80-70 victory at North Texas Feb. 23, 2008. Just over three minutes into ASU’s season-opening victory over Creighton Nov. 14, Taylor took - and made - her first three pointer of the season, the fourth of her career at ASU. ASU IN SEASON OPENERS: With ASU’s 73-56 win over Creighton Nov. 14, the Red Wolves are 20-15 all-time in season openers, with a record of 13-2 when opening the season at home. The Red Wolves have opened the season at home just three times in Brian Boyer’s nine-plus years as head coach, winning against Maryland-Eastern Shore to open the 2002-03 season, against Missouri to open the 2005-06 season and against Creighton to open the current season. Arkansas State is 5-4 in all season openers under Boyer and 3-0 in home openers under Boyer. SBC HONORS: The Arkansas State Red Wolves finished in a first-place tie with Arkansas-Little Rock in the Sun Belt Conference preseason West Division poll, released Oct. 13 at the SBC Basketball Tip-Off in Hot Springs. The poll was voted on by the 13 head coaches throughout the league. Arkansas State junior guard Veronica Smith was named to the All-Sun Belt Conference first team, while sophomore

forward Shay Scott was named third team All-Sun Belt Conference. “It’s exciting and I think it’s a great motivator for this team,” said ASU head coach Brian Boyer when asked about the preseason poll. “It is a nice reward for our team for their hard work as we get ready to start the season.” A third-team All-Sun Belt Conference selection a year ago, Smith led ASU in scoring last year, averaging 9.6 points per game and 12.1 points per game in SBC play. As a true freshman, Scott finished the 2007-08 regular season averaging a double-double in SBC play, putting up 10.6 points and 10 rebounds per game. In league play, Scott led the league in offensive rebounding at 4.33 per game and was second overall in rebounding at 9.7 per game. “Veronica and Shay are both very deserving,” said Boyer. “Based on last year, we were so balanced that it is hard to pick a preseason all-conference team. Certainly Veronica’s numbers and the way she improved and played during the conference season last year have allowed her to become recognized. Shay had a great freshman year last year, then made the all-tournament team, so I think they both are natural picks to be preseason all-conference.” The Red Wolves received eight first-place votes and 83 total points in the poll while UALR finished with 83 points and five first-place votes. ASU and UALR were followed by Louisiana-Monroe, North Texas, New Orleans, Denver, and Louisiana-Lafayette. Middle Tennessee topped the East Division poll with 71 points and six first-place votes, followed by Western Kentucky, South Alabama, Florida International, Troy and Florida Atlantic. Western Kentucky’s Dominique Duck was named the league’s Preseason Player of the Year. CHANGES AT THE CONVO: During the offseason, the Clopton Clinic Strength and Conditioning Room was unveiled at a ceremony in the Convocation Center. The strength and conditioning room used by the Red Wolves features new weights, lighting, floor and wall coverings and entrance doors. Also completed during the offseason was the resurfacing and repainting of the Convocation Center playing court. The court now features the new Red Wolves logo and a large “stAte” logo at center court. ALUMNI REUNION WEEKEND: In conjunction with the Red Wolves’ season-opening weekend, the ASU Women’s Basketball Alumni Reunion was held Nov. 14-16. The reunion was open to all former ASU women’s basketball players, and got underway with the Red Wolves’ season opener against Creighton, Friday, Nov. 14. A reception was held Saturday, Nov. 15 at the Cooper Alumni Center beginning at 7:00 p.m. Sunday’s slate included the Red Wolves’ pregame shootaround, pickup games on the ASU Convocation Center playing court, ASU’s 2:00 p.m. game against Northern Arizona and a Fast Break Club reception following the game.

Current senior guard Ebonie Jefferson scored in double figures in 14 of ASU’s last 17 games, had 19 double-figure games on the season and led ASU in scoring with an 11.8 ppg average, a figure that climbed to 13.0 ppg in Sun Belt Conference play.

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NEW ERA AT ASU: The 2008-09 season was the first season in which Arkansas State University competed as the Red Wolves. After 77 years of competition as the Indians, the Red Wolves mascot was adopted in January 2008 after many hours of work by the University’s Mascot Selection Steering Committee. 57

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2008-09 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS High Scorer Nene Hurst (18) Ebonie Jefferson (12)

High Rebounder Nene Hurst (7) Lyndsay Schlup (7) Veronica Smith (7) Veronica Smith (10)

Date 11-14 11-16

Opponent CrREIGHTON NORTHERN ARIZONA

Result W W

Score 73-56 71-40

Location HOME HOME

ATT 1622 1647

11-19

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

L

76-79

AWAY

767

11-23

Missouri State

L

52-61

AWAY

5523

11-25 11-28 11-29

KANSAS STATE CHARLESTON SOUTHERN UTSA

L W W

58-69 88-69 73-59

HOME AWAY AWAY

1838 742 708

12-02 12-7 12-17

INDIANA STATE OKLAHOMA *FIU

Wot L L

76-68 57-87 51-63

AWAY HOME HOMe

2566 2391 1469

Caroline Starr (18) Jazmine Taylor (12) Caroline Starr (11)

12-20 12-28

*UALR ALCORN STATE

L W

47-65 71-44

AWAY HOME

5012 1374

Jazmine Taylor (13) Shay Scott (18)

12-30 1-4 1-7 1--10 1-14 1-18

BYU *UNO *DENVER *NORTH TEXAS *ULM *USA

L W L W W L

39-49 63-61 63-64 73-63 64-54 68-69

AWAY HOME AWAY AWAY HOME HOME

514 1744 323 1022 1613 1723

Veronica Smith (11) Shay Scott (18) Shay Sc ott (17) Ebonie Jefferson (21) Brittney Hiles (13) Ebonie Jefferson (21)

1-21 1-25 2-2 2-4

*MIDDLE TENNESSEE *FAU *WKU *Troy

L L W L

51-91 44-54 78-67 69-74

AWAY HOME HOME AWAY

2806 1589 5091 423

Ebonie Jefferson (19) Ebonie Jefferson (14) Nene Hurst (17) Veronica Smith (18)

Lyndsay Schlup (10) Shay Scoott (8) Lyndsay Schlup (7) Veronica Smith (7) Shay Scott (7) Shay Scott (11) Shay Scott (4) Veronixca Smith (9) Shay Scott (9) Veronica Smith (10) Jazmine Taylor (6) Lyndsay Schlup (6) Veronica Smith (8) Veronica Smith (12) Shay Scott (7) Veronica Smith (12) Shay Scott (13) Veronica Smith (6) Shay Scott (6) Shay Scott (6) Lyndsay Schlup (7) Shay Scott (7) Veronica Smith (8)

2-7

*FIU

L

44-55

AWAY

316

Lyndsay Schlup (13)

Veronica Smith (7)

2-11 2-14 2-18 2-22 2-25

*UALR *LOUISIANA *UNO *DENVER *NORTH TEXAS

W W W W W

56-55 74-66 47-41 72-65 76-67

HOME AWAY AWAY HOME HOME

1985 223 396 2273 1813

Ebonie Jefferson (20) Caroline Starr (18) Ebonie Jefferson (9) Caroline Starr (19) Nene Hurst (15)

Shay Scott (11) Lyndsay Schlup (16) Shay Scott(8) Shay Scott (12) Shay Scott (14)

2-28 3-4

*ULM !NORTH TEXAS

W L

66-63 74-80

AWAY HOME

651 1881

Shay Scott (15) Veronica Smith (23)

Veronica Smith (11) Veronica Smith (7)

Nene Hurst (13) Shay Scott (13) Veronica Smith (13) Shay Scott (8) Ebonie Jerfferson (8) Jazmine Taylor (8) Lyndsay Schlup (10) Veronica Smith (21) Shay Scott (16) Ebonie Jefferson (16)

Shay Scott (7)

*Sun Belt Conference Game !Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Mobile, Alabama)

SCORE BY HALVES Arkansas State Opponents

1 938 976

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2 1063 1002

OT 15 7

TOTAL 2,016 1,985

ATTENDANCE Home (9-6; SBC 6-3) Away (6-8; SBC 4-5) Neutral (1-0) Total 16-14;SBC 10-8 62

G 15 14 1 30

Total 30,053 21,250 742 52,045

Avg. 2,004 1,518 742 1,735

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2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS

TOTAL

3-PTRS

REBOUNDS

OPPONENT

Date

Score

W/L

FG-FGA

Pct

3FG-FGA

Pct

CREIGHTON

11/14/08

73-56

W

26-59

.441

5-14

.357

FT-FTA Pct 16-21

.762

Off-Def

Tot

Avg

PF

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts

Avg

15-25

40

40.0

21

16

12

1

11

73

73.o

NAU

11/16/08

71-40

W

26-62

.419

6-15

.400

13-24

.542

18-30

48

44.0

17

16

15

1

13

71

72.0

at SIU

11/19/08

76-79

L

27-69

.391

3-9

.333

19-30

.633

19-20

39

42.3

24

8

17

4

16

76

73.3

at MSU

11/23/08

52-61

L

18-68

.265

1-11

.091

15-25

.600

20-20

40

41.8

24

6

22

6

21

52

68.0

KANSAS STATE

11/25/08

58-69

L

22-71

.310

2-9

.222

12-22

.545

25-19

44

42.2

20

9

12

1

7

58

66.0

vs. CSU

11/28/08

88-69

W

33-70

.471

4-10

.400

18-20

.900

21-30

51

43.7

15

16

24

5

9

88

69.7

at UTSA

11/29/08

73-59

W

28-66

.424

2-9

.222

15-23

.652

14-25

39

43.0

20

11

8

1

11

73

70.1

at INDIANA STATE

12/2/08

76-68

W(OT)

26-65

.400

8-18

.444

16-22

.727

20-26

46

43.4

21

13

23

5

8

76

70.9

OKLAHOMA

12/7/08

57-87

L

19-50

.380

2-10

.200

17-24

.708

10-16

26

41.4

10

13

18

2

7

57

69.3

FIU

12/17/08

51-63

L

17-67

.254

4-16

.250

13-27

.481

23-24

47

42.0

15

12

17

2

16

51

67.5

at UALR

12/20/08

47-65

L

19-55

.345

3-8

.375

6-8

.750

8-29

37

41.5

17

10

13

4

2

47

65.5

ALCORN STATE

12/28/08

71-44

W

23-55

.418

0-2

.000

25-34

.735

12-30

42

41.6

13

16

19

3

12

71

66.1

at BYU

12/30/08

39-49

L

15-53

.283

2-9

.222

7-12

.583

13-31

44

41.8

17

10

19

1

8

39

64.0

UNO

1/4/09

63-61

W

22-58

.379

2-10

.200

17-23

.739

18-25

43

41.9

9

12

15

2

9

63

63.9

at DENVER

1/7/09

63-64

L

24-65

.369

5-9

.556

10-14

.714

18-17

35

41.4

18

10

16

4

14

63

63.9

at North Texas

1/10/09

73-63

W

28-65

.431

3-8

.375

14-26

.538

21-30

51

42.0

22

14

26

4

13

73

64.4

U-La. Monroe

1/14/09

64-54

W

18-50

.360

4-9

.444

24-39

.615

15-28

43

42.1

15

9

21

5

12

64

64.4

USA

1/18/09

68-69

L

22-52

.423

3-10

.300

21-31

.677

11-19

30

41.4

19

14

12

1

11

68

64.6

at MTSU

1/21/09

51-91

L

20-51

.392

3-6

.500

8-16

.500

10-17

27

40.6

18

8

24

3

7

51

63.9

FAU

1/25/09

44-54

L

17-47

.362

2-9

.222

8-12

.667

8-25

33

40.2

22

10

24

3

6

44

62.9

WKU

2/2/09

78-67

W

27-57

.474

2-13

.154

22-32

.688

14-19

33

39.9

16

19

18

5

13

78

63.6

at TROY

2/4/09

69-74

L

25-53

.472

0-5

.000

19-22

.864

10-24

34

39.6

18

9

19

2

11

69

63.9

at South Ala.

2/6/08

70-58

W

30-73

.411

2-7

.286

8-14

.571

21-31

52

41.0

19

17

19

5

11

70

61.4

at Fla. Atlantic

2/9/08

76-61

W

26-60

.433

5-13

.385

19-33

.576

13-26

39

40.9

14

11

16

0

13

76

62.0

New Orleans

2/13/08

73-65

W

23-60

.383

2-7

.286

25-33

.758

22-15

37

40.8

13

8

15

3

15

73

62.4

U-La. Laf.

2/17/08

79-60

W

33-65

.508

6-15

.400

7-14

.500

11-24

35

40.5

14

9

12

1

11

79

63.1

at UALR

2/21/08

51-66

L

19-57

.333

2-7

.286

11-15

.733

16-21

37

40.4

15

8

18

1

6

51

62.6

at North Texas

2/23/08

80-70

W

26-64

.406

3-7

.429

25-33

.758

22-29

51

40.8

22

12

17

4

12

80

63.2

U-La. Monroe

2/28/08

68-53

W

25-51

.490

3-5

.600

15-23

.652

10-25

35

40.6

13

6

11

4

7

68

63.4

Fla. Atlantic

3/5/08

68-50

W

20-66

.303

1-9

.111

27-36

.750

27-27

54

41.0

15

8

19

4

14

68

63.6

vs. South Ala.

3/8/08

53-52

W

20-60

.333

5-15

.333

8-16

.500

16-38

54

41.5

14

11

12

4

2

53

63.2

vs. Western Ken.

3/10/08

56-70

L

23-63

.365

1-9

.111

9-16

.563

17-20

37

41.3

21

8

20

3

8

56

63.0

Arkansas State

2016

736-1982 .371

118-428

.276 426-687 .620 531-791 1322 41.3

559

321

577

102 345 2016 63.0

Opponents

1985

727-1851 .393

154-510

.302 377-566 .666 452-856 1308 40.9

595

336

698

109 275 1985 62.0

Games Played: 32 Points/game: 63.0 FG Pct.: 37.1 3FG Pct.: 27.6 FT Pct.: 62.0 Rebounds/game: 41.3 Assists/game: 10.0 Turnovers/game: 18.0 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.6 Steals/game: 10.8 Blocks/game: 3.2

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SEASON RECORD: 16-14 HOME: 9-6 PLAYER

FG/FGA

SUN BELT CONFERENCE RECORD: 10-8 AWAY: 6-8 NEUTRAL: 1-0 Off

Def

Tot

G/GS

Min/Avg

Pct

3P-3PA

Pct

FT/FTA

Pct

Reb

Reb

Reb

Avg PF/FO

AST

TO

BS

ST

Pts

Avg

Jefferson, Ebonie 29/27

791/27.3

125-268 .466

0-2

.000

93-148

.628

52

54

106

3.7

69/2

49

80

7

46

343

11.8

Smith, Veronica

30/20

745/24.8

104-292 .356

6-47

.128

74-107

.692

82

113

195

6.5

65/1

38

68

10

46

288

9.6

Scott, Shay

30/30

747/24.9

111-246 .451

0-0

.000

60-112

.536

87

113

200

6.7

69/1

6

61

27

18

282

9.4

Hurst, NeNe

30/13

713/23.8

95-238 .399

32-92

.348

45-68

.662

20

95

115

3.8

54/1

62

88

9

43

267

8.9

Starr, Caroline

30/8

603/20.1

62-159 .390

43-107

.402

26-29

.897

8

48

56

1.9

34/0

39

42

4

23

193

6.4

Taylor, Jazmine

30/29

856/28.5

50-141 .355

3-12

.250

59-83

.711

22

61

83

2.8

80/1

74

71

20

56

162

5.4

Schlup, Lyndsay

30/11

545/18.2

51-130 .392

0-0

.000

45-62

.726

48

78

126

4.2

67/4

18

32

6

16

147

4.9

Hiles, Brittney

30/12

530/17.7

30-107 .280

5-22

.227

37-48

.771

10

43

53

1.8

36/0

60

64

2

31

102

3.4

Dunn, Elyseia

30/0

320/10.7

35-96 .365

0-0

.000

15-24

.625

35

38

73

2.4

27/0

2

18

10

13

85

2.8

Stoudemire, L.

15/0

71/4.7

6-28 .214

1-4

.250

7-12

.583

6

12

18

1.2

8/0

5

13

1

5

20

1.3

Pospisil, Kayla

4/0

32/8.0

1-3 .333

0-0

.000

3-4

.750

2

2

4

1.0

3/0

1

0

0

0

5

1.3

Lewis, Meghan

6/0

25/4.2

2-10 .200

1-6

.167

2-2 1.000

2

0

2

0.3

4/0

0

3

0

2

7

1.2

Henke, Linsay

12/0

44/3.7

5-10 .500

0-0

.000

3-4

.750

3

5

8

0.7

2/0

0

0

4

2

13

1.1

Team

73

71

144

ASU

30

6022 677-1728 .392

91-292

.312

469-703 .667

450

733

1183

39.4 518/10

354

549 100 300

9 1914

63.8

OPPONENTS

30

6026 697-1733 .402

143-477

.300

361-520 .694

394

731

1125

37.5 575/0

372

575

1898

63.3

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Tot

Pct

3P-3PA

Pct

FT/FTA

Pct

Reb

Reb

Reb

AST

TO

BS

ST

Pts

Avg

525/29.2

83-169 .491

0-0

.000

68-108

.630

37

33

70

3.9

36/1

33

52

6

26

234

13.0

18/14

454/25.2

53-168 .315

2-23

.087

46-62

.742

44

74

118

6.6

38/0

20

43

6

30

154

8.6

Scott, Shay

18/18

464/25.8

60-149 .403

0-0

.000

38-73

.521

57

69

126

7.0

41/1

4

40

17

11

158

8.8

Hurst, NeNe

18/9

444/24.7

60-151 .397

17-59

.288

28-43

.651

12

59

71

3.9

35/0

38

51

7

29

165

9.2

Starr, Caroline

18/6

375/20.8

41-100 .410

29-69

.420

18-20

.900

6

31

37

2.1

19/0

24

25

2

14

129

7.2

Taylor, Jazmine

18/17

532/29.6

31-79 .392

2-6

.333

38-51

.745

14

37

51

2.8

48/0

39

51

15

33

102

5.7

Schlup, Lyndsay

18/4

314/17.4

23-63 .365

0-0

.000

23-31

.742

21

48

69

3.8

36/2

10

18

4

7

69

3.8

Hiles, Brittney

18/6

269/14.9

16-55 .291

3-9

.333

19-28

.679

5

25

30

1.7

19/0

29

43

2

14

54

3.0

Dunn, Elyseia

18/0

185/10.3

14-42 .333

0-0

.000

6-7

.857

17

17

34

1.9

15/0

2

9

3

5

34

1.9

Stoudemire, L.

6/0

17/2.8

2-5 .400

0-0

.000

1-2

.500

2

3

5

0.8

5/0

0

5

1

2

5

0.8

Lewis, Meghan

1/0

7/7.0

0-2 .000

0-1

.000

0-0

.000

0

0

0

0

2/0

0

2

0

0

0

0

Henke, Linsay

5/0

11/2.2

1-1 1.000

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

0

0

0

0

1/0

0

0

1

0

2

0.4

40

41

81

ASU

18

3597

384-984 .390

53-167

.317

285-425 .671

255

437

692

38.4 295/4

199

344

64 171

1106

61.4

OPPONENTS

18

3601 427-1059 .403

81-271

.299

202-283 .714

240

425

665

36.9 336/4

237

325

58 150

1137

63.2

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G/GS

Min/Avg

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INDIVIDUAL HIGHS POINTS 23, Veronica Smith vs North Texas 3/4/09 21, Ebonie Jefferson vs S. Alabama 1/18/09 21, Ebonie Jefferson at North Texas 1/10/09 21, Veronica Smith vs Charleston So. 11/28/08 20, Ebonie Jefferson vs UALR 2/11/09 FIELD GOALS MADE 10, Veronica Smith vs North Texas 3/4/09 10, Veronica Smith vs Charleston So. 11/28/08 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 18, Veronica Smith vs Charleston So. 11/28/08 17, Veronica Smith vs UNO 1/4/09 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 5 made) 1.000 (5-5) Lyndsay Schlup vs Oklahoma 12/7/08 .875 (7-8) Shay Scott vs Alcorn State 12/28/08 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 6, Caroline Starr at ULL 2/14/09 6, Caroline Starr at Indiana State 12/2/08 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 10, Caroline Starr at Indiana State 12/2/08 9, Caroline Starr at ULL 2/14/09 9, Caroline Starr vs FIU 12/17/08 3-POINT F/G PERCENTAGE (min. 2 made) 1.000 (4-4) NeNe Hurst vs Creighton 11/14/08 1.000 (2-2) NeNe Hurst at Middle Tenn. 1/21/09 1.000 (2-2) Jazmine Taylor vs S. Alabama 1/18/09 1.000 (2-2) Caroline Starr at North Texas 1/10/09 1.000 (2-2) NeNe Hurst at BYU 12/30/08 1.000 (2-2) Caroline Starr vs Kansas State 11/25/08 1.000 (2-2) NeNe Hurst vs N. Arizona 11/16/08 FREE THROWS MADE 10, Jazmine Taylor vs ULM 1/14/09 8, Ebonie Jefferson vs UALR 2/11/09 8, Shay Scott vs UNO 1/4/09 8, NeNe Hurst vs Oklahoma 12/7/08 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 3 made) 1.000 (10-10) Jazmine Taylor vs ULM 1/14/09 1.000 (8-8) NeNe Hurst vs Oklahoma 12/7/08 1.000 (7-7) Lyndsay Schlup vs Charleston So. 11/28/08 1.000 (5-5) Caroline Starr vs North Texas 2/25/09 1.000 (4-4) NeNe Hurst at ULM 2/28/09 1.000 (4-4) NeNe Hurst vs North Texas 2/25/09 1.000 (4-4) Caroline Starr vs Denver 2/22/09 1.000 (4-4) Ebonie Jefferson at FIU 2/7/09 1.000 (4-4) Caroline Starr at Troy 2/4/09 1.000 (4-4) Shay Scott at Troy 2/4/09 1.000 (4-4) Jazmine Taylor vs S. Alabama 1/18/09 1.000 (4-4) Veronica Smith at Denver 1/7/09 1.000 (4-4) Ebonie Jefferson at Indiana St. 12/2/08 1.000 (4-4) Ebonie Jefferson at So. Illinois 11/19/08 1.000 (3-3) Elyseia Dunn at ULM 2/28/09 1.000 (3-3) Lyndsay Schlup at FIU 2/7/09 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

1.000 (3-3) Brittney Hiles vs Alcorn State 12/28/08 1.000 (3-3) Ebonie Jefferson vs Charleston So. 11/28/08 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 14, Ebonie Jefferson at North Texas 1/10/09 11, Ebonie Jefferson vs UALR 2/11/09

70, vs Charleston So. 11/28/08 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .536 (30-56), vs North Texas 3/4/09 .512 (22-43), at ULM 2/28/09

REBOUNDS 16, Lyndsay Schlup at ULL 2/14/09 14, Shay Scott vs North Texas 2/25/09

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 8, at Indiana State 12/2/08 6, at ULL 2/14/09 6, vs Northern Arizona 11/16/08

ASSISTS 10, Jazmine Taylor vs North Texas 3/4/09 8, Brittney Hiles vs Creighton 11/14/08

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 18, at Indiana State 12/2/08 16, vs FIU 12/17/08

STEALS 8, Jazmine Taylor vs ULM 1/14/09 6, Jazmine Taylor at Missouri State 11/23/08 6, Ebonie Jefferson at So. Illinois 11/19/08

3-POINT F/G PERCENTAGE .556 (5-9), at Denver 1/7/09 .545 (6-11), at ULL 2/14/09

BLOCKED SHOTS 5, Shay Scott vs North Texas 2/25/09 3, Jazmine Taylor vs North Texas 3/4/09 3, Jazmine Taylor at ULM 2/28/09 3, Shay Scott vs Denver 2/22/09 3, Shay Scott vs UALR 2/11/09 3, Ebonie Jefferson at Middle Tenn. 1/21/09 3, Jazmine Taylor vs ULM 1/14/09 3, Shay Scott at So. Illinois 11/19/08 TURNOVERS 8, Ebonie Jefferson at ULM 2/28/09 7, NeNe Hurst at Missouri State 11/23/08 FOULS 5, Ebonie Jefferson vs North Texas 3/4/09 5, Lyndsay Schlup vs Denver 2/22/09 5, Shay Scott vs FAU 1/25/09 5, Ebonie Jefferson vs S. Alabama 1/18/09 5, Veronica Smith at BYU 12/30/08 5, Lyndsay Schlup at UALR 12/20/08 5, Jazmine Taylor at Indiana State 12/2/08 5, Lyndsay Schlup at UTSA 11/29/08 5, NeNe Hurst at Missouri State 11/23/08 5, Lyndsay Schlup vs Creighton 11/14/08

TEAM HIGHS POINTS 88, vs Charleston So. 11/28/08 78, vs Western Kentucky 2/2/09 76, vs North Texas 2/25/09 76, at Indiana State 12/2/08 76, at Southern Illinois 11/19/08 FIELD GOALS MADE 33, vs Charleston So. 11/28/08 30, vs North Texas 3/4/09

FREE THROWS MADE 27, vs North Texas 2/25/09 25, vs Alcorn State 12/28/08 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 39, vs ULM 1/14/09 36, vs Denver 2/22/09 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .923 (12-13), at FIU 2/7/09 .900 (18-20), vs Charleston So. 11/28/08 REBOUNDS 51, at North Texas 1/10/09 51, vs Charleston So. 11/28/08 ASSISTS 21, vs North Texas 3/4/09 19, vs Western Kentucky 2/2/09 STEALS 21, at Missouri State 11/23/08 16, vs FIU 12/17/08 16, at Southern Illinois 11/19/08 BLOCKED SHOTS 9, vs North Texas 2/25/09 6, vs North Texas 3/4/09 6, at Missouri State 11/23/08 TURNOVERS 31, at ULM 2/28/09 26, at North Texas 1/10/09 TURNOVERS FORCED 34, at Missouri State 11/23/08 28, vs Alcorn State 12/28/08 FOULS 24, at Missouri State 11/23/08 24, at Southern Illinois 11/19/08

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 71, vs Kansas State 11/25/08 65

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2008-09 All-Sun Belt Team First Team Alysha Clark (MTSU, Jr., F) Chastity Reed (UALR, So., F) Amber Jackson (North Texas, Sr., F) Kylie Morrissy (Troy, Sr., G/F) Arnika Brown (WKU, So., F) Second Team Anshel Cooper (UALR, Jr., G) Monika Bosilj (FIU, Jr., G) Jada Frazier (New Orleans, Sr., G) Shakira Nettles (South Alabama, Jr., GF) Jessica Starling (South Alabama, Sr., G) Third Team Lottie Moore (ULM, Sr., G) Alexis Green (ULL, Jr. F) Brandi Brown (MTSU, Jr., F) Chelsea Lymon (MTSU, Jr., G) Kenzie Rich (WKU, Jr., G) Player of the Year Alysha Clark - Middle Tennessee Defensive Player of the Year Chelsea Lymon - Middle Tennessee Newcomer of the Year Alysha Clark - Middle Tennessee Freshman of the Year Katelyn Murdoch - Denver Coach of the Year Rick Insell, Middle Tennessee

Current ASU senior guard Ebonie Jefferson scored 13 points on six-of-eight shooting last year against North Texas in the opening round of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament. Jefferson’s shooting helped the Red Wolves shoot a season-high 53.6 percent on the night, but the 11th-seeded Mean Green posted an 80-74 upset victory over sixth-seeded Arkansas State.

2007-08 Sun Belt Championship Results Round 1 - March 4, 2009 On-Campus Sites #4 Troy 68, #13 ULL 65 #5 South Alabama 50, #12 FIU 44 #11 North Texas 80, #6 Arkansas State 74 #10 ULM 71, #7 WKU 62 #9 New Orleans 67, #8 FAU 61 Quarterfinals - March 8 Hot Springs, Arkansas #1 Middle Tenn. 82, #9 New Orleans 47

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The Red Wolves In The Post Season

Women’s National Invitation Tournament 2006-07 WNIT First Round - Jonesboro, AR Arkansas State 59 . . . . . . . . . . . .Murray State 52 Second Round - Madison, WI Wisconsin 77 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Arkansas State 45

he 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 7861 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 Centerrecord 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. ASU 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. ASU returned to the finals following the 1993-94 season, dropping a 69-64 decision to Oklahoma.

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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 Washington 60 Semifinals - Amarillo, TX Arkansas State 80 . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marquette 65 Finals - Amarillo, TX Arkansas State 67 . . . . . . .Southern Methodist 54 1991-1992 - NWIT First Round - Amarillo, TX Arkansas State 83 . . . . . .Alabama-Birmingham 79 Semifinals - Amarillo, TX Hawaii 83 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Arkansas State 73 Consolation - Amarillo, TX Arkansas State 81 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nebraska 70

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SUN BELT CONFERENCE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

SONJA TATE 1992-93 Sun Belt Player of the Year

SUN BELT CONFERENCE COACHES OF THE YEAR

JERRY ANN WINTERS 1992-93 & 1993-94

SHYLA TUCKER 1993-94 Sun Belt Player of the Year

BRIAN BOYER 2003-04 & 2004-05

Sun Belt Conference Honors: 1991-Present Sun Belt Players of the Year (2): Sonja Tate, 1992-93; Shyla Tucker, 1993-94 (Co-Player of the Year). Sun Belt Newcomer of the Year (1): Tanisha Johnson, 1998-99. Sun Belt Freshman of the Year (1): Julie Hagood, 1996-97. Sun Belt Coach of the Year (4): Brian Boyer, 200405; Brian Boyer, 2003-04; Jerry Ann Winters, 199394; Jerry Ann Winters, 1993-92. All-Sun Belt Conference (33): Veronica Smith, 200708; Adrianne Davie, 2006-07; Rudy Sims, 2006-07 (Second Team);Adrianne Davie, 2005-06; Rudy Sims, 2005-06 (Second Team); Adrianne Davie, 2004-05; Ali Carter, 2004-05; Rudy Sims, 2004-05; Adrianne Davie, 2003-04 (Honorable Mention); Catriece Webster, 200304 (Honorable Mention); Jolie McKiernan, 2002-03; Casie Lowman, 2002-03 (Honorable Mention); Jolie McKiernan, 2001-02; Rae-Anne Smith, 2001-02 (Honorable Mention); Keeshia Evans, 2000-01; Julie Hagood, 1999-2000; Tanisha Johnson, 1999-2000; Julie Hagood, 1998-99; Tanisha Johnson, 1998-99; Julie Hagood, 1997-98; Amy Towne, 1997-98; Julie Hagood, 1996-97; Amy Towne, 1996-97; Danielle Featherston, 1995-96; LaTanya Jones, 1995-96; Evevetta Crawford, 1994-95; Shyla Tucker, 1993-94; Evevetta Crawford, 1993-94; Sonja Tate, 1992-93; Shyla Tucker, 1992-93; 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

Sonja Tate, 1991-92; Nicole Wilkett, 1991-92. SBC All-Tournament Team (6): Shay Scott, 2008; Rudy Sims, 2007; Adrianne Davie, 2006; Adrianne Davie, 2005; Julie Hagood, 2000; Julie Hagood, 1998; Nicole Wilkett, 1992. Sun Belt Players of the Week (25): Adrianne Davie, 2007 (Feb. 11);Rudy Sims , 2006 (Dec. 19); Adrianne Davie, 2006 (Nov. 28);Adrianne Davie, 2006 (Jan. 24); Adrianne Davie, 2004-05 (Feb. 22); Ali Carter, 2004-05 (Jan. 11); Ali Carter, 2003-04 (Feb. 16); Rudy Sims, 2003-04 (Dec. 1); Julie Hagood, 1999-2000 (Dec. 6); Tanisha Johnson, 1998-99 (Feb. 15); Tanisha Johnson, 1998-99 (Dec. 14); Christina Barry, 1997-98 (Feb. 16); Amy Towne, 1996-97 (Feb. 10); Amy Towne, 1996-97 (Jan. 13); Danielle Featherston, 1995-96 (Feb. 19); LaTanya Jones, 1995-96 (Dec. 4); Evevetta Crawford, 1994-95 (Dec. 12); Shyla Tucker, 1993-94 (Jan. 31); Shyla Tucker, 1993-94 (Jan. 17); Shyla Tucker, 1993-94 (Jan. 3); Sonja Tate, 1992-93 (Feb. 14); Sonja Tate, 1992-93 (Jan. 23); Sonja Tate, 1992-93 (Jan. 3); Sonja Tate, 1992-93 (Dec. 14); Sonja Tate, 1991-92 (Jan. 26); Nicole Wilkett, 1991-92 (Jan. 12); Nicole Wilkett, 1991-92 (Dec. 15); Sonja Tate, 1991-92 (Dec. 1).

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Game Records Team 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, 199798 Widest Margin of Defeat: 79 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1988-89 Most Field Goal Attempts: 89 vs. Arkansas College, 197475 Most Field Goals Made: 46 vs. South Alabama, 1991-92 Highest Field Goal Pct.: .600 vs Ark.-Monticello, 1975-76 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

Individual Most Points Scored: 50, Sonja Tate vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 1992-93 Most Field Goal Attempts: 34, Vicki Romine vs. MissouriKansas 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 Free Throw Pct. (min. 10 attempts): 1.000, 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 (1010), 2004-05; Ali Carter at FIU (10-10), 2004-05; Jazmine Taylor vs. ULM (10-10), 1/14/09

Featherston vs. Lamar, 1993-94 Most Rebounds: 23, Sue Jayroe vs. Arkansas Tech, 197677 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, 19992000

Season Records Team Most Games Played: 34, 2006-07 Most Wins: 25, 1992-93 (25-8); 1991-92 (25-7) Longest Winning Streaks: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: 2,438 (30 games), 1997-98 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: 127, 1987-88 Longest Winning Streak to Start Season: 7, 1999-00, 200304 Longest Losing Streak to Start Season: 3, 1987-87

Individual 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.: .905, Amy Towne, 1997-98 Most Rebounds: 327, Sonja Tate, 1992-93 Winning Streaks Most Assists: 167, Beth Penn, 1986-87 14 games - 1992-93 12 games - 1991-92 Most Steals: 125, Sonja Tate, 1992-93 12 games - 1996-97 Most Blocked Shots: 63, Chiquita 11 games - 2004-05 nine games - 1997-98 Tucker, 2001-02 Sun Belt Winning Streaks 10 games - 2004-05 nine games - 1997-98 six games -2008-09 six games -2006-07 six games -1996-97 six games - 1992-93 five games - 2003-04

Most 3-point Field Goals Made: 9, Danielle Featherston vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 1992-93; Danielle 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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Yearly Leaders 3-Pointers Made Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

Player 3-Pointers Caroline Starr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Caroline Starr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 Rudy Sims . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 Amber Abraham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 Ali Carter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 Ali Carter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46 Amber Abraham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 Amber Abraham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 Natalie Goodall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 Julie Hagood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 Julie Hagood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 Amy Towne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74 Amy Towne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 Danielle Featherston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76 Danielle Featherston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Danielle Featherston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Sonja Tate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95 Sonja Tate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Sonja Tate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 Dana Holsten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Angie Scheer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Vicki Romine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Vicki Romine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51

Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-2000 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

Player 3-Pointers Caroline Starr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43-107 Caroline Starr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52-155 Adrianne Davie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17/46 Amber Abraham . . . . . . . . . . . . .71/179 Rudy Sims . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39/92 Amber Abraham . . . . . . . . . . . . .41/101 Amber Abraham . . . . . . . . . . . . .71/170 Casie Lowman . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46/122 Micaela Hopper . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16/42 Tanisha Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40/80 Charity Rush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16/31 Amy Towne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74/161 Amy Towne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63/161 Danielle Featherston . . . . . . . . . .76/210 Danielle Featherston . . . . . . . . . .58/193 Danielle Featherston . . . . . . . . . .58/179 Sonja Tate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95/263 Sonja Tate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38/94 Sonja Tate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37/144 Dana Holsten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28/96 Angie Scheer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34/104 Vicki Romine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58/164 Vicki Romine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51/124

3-Point Percentage Pct. .402 .335 .370 .397 .413 .416 .418 .377 .381 .500 .516 .460 .391 .362 .301 .324 .361 .404 .257 .292 .327 .354 .411

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85/246 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63/216 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72/208 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53-131 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,109-9,434

.346 .292 .346 .405 .329

3-Pointers Made/Career Player 3-Pointers 1. Amber Abraham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .242 2. Danielle Featherston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .238 3. Julie Hagood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189 4. Sonja Tate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183 5. Rudy Sims . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159 6. Ali Carter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 7. Caroline Starr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148 8. Amy Towne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .137 9. Casie Lowman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 10. Keeshia Evans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113 11. Vicki Romine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109 12. Natalie Goodall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98 13. Rae-Anne Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92 14. Shyla Tucker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81 15. Tia Kemp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67

3-Pointers Attempted/Career Player 3-Pointers 1. Danielle Featherston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .699 2. Amber Abraham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .605 3. Sonja Tate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .530 4. Julie Hagood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .486 5. Ali Carter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .446 6. Rudy Sims . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .442 7. Caroline Starr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .431 8. Casie Lowman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .332 9. Keeshia Evans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .322 10. Amy Towne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .322 11. Shyla Tucker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .306 12. Natalie Goodall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .297 13. Rae-Anne Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .297 14. Vicki Romine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .288 15. Tia Kemp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .242

3-Pointers Made/Season

3-Pointers Made/TeamYear-by-Year Year 3-Pointers Made/Att. 2008-09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91/292 2007-08 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118/428 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .167/514 2005-06 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188/599 2004-05 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152/448 2003-04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .137/407 2002-03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177/477 2001-02 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144/431 2000-01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .162/489 1999-2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .199/539 1998-99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159/486 1997-98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .224/604 1996-97 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182/555 1995-96 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178/540 1994-95 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100/352 1993-94 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110/383 1992-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .203/575 1991-92 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59/214 1990-91 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86/300

1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 Total . .

Pct. .312 .276 .325 .314 .339 .337 .371 .334 .331 .369 .327 .371 .328 .330 .284 .287 .353 .276 .287

Player 1. Sonja Tate 2. Danielle Featherston 3. Amy Towne 4. Amber Abraham 5. Amber Abraham 6. Amy Towne 7. Julie Hagood 8. Danielle Featherston 9. Danielle Featherston 10. Vicki Romine 11. Natalie Goodall 12. Rudy Sims 13. Ali Carter 14. Julie Hagood 14. Caroline Starr

Year 3-PT/Made 1992-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95 1995-96 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76 1997-98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74 2005-06 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 2002-03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 1996-97 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 1999-2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 1994-95 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 1993-94 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 1987-88 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 2000-01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 2004-05 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 1997-98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 2007-08 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52

3-Pointers Attempted/Season Player 1. Sonja Tate 2. Danielle Featherston 3. Danielle Featherston 4. Amber Abraham 5. Danielle Featherston 6. Natalie Goodall 7. Amber Abraham 8. Julie Hagood 9. Vicki Romine 10. Amy Towne 11. Amy Towne 12. Ali Carter 13. Rudy Sims 13. Caroline Starr 15. Rudy Sims 15. Sonja Tate 71

Year 3-PT 1992-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .263 1995-96 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210 1994-95 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .193 2005-06 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179 1993-94 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179 2000-01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173 2002-03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .170 1999-2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .167 1987-88 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .164 1997-98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161 1996-97 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161 2004-05 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .156 2005-06 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155 2008-09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155 2005-06 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144 1990-91 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144 AStateRedWolves.com


History & Records MOST POINTS— SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10.

MOST REBOUNDS— CAREER

Sonja Tate, 1992-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . .820 Adrianne Davie, 2006-07 . . . . . . . . .707 Nicole Wilkett, 1991-92 . . . . . . . . . .680 Shyla Tucker, 1993-94 . . . . . . . . . . .620 Shyla Tucker, 1992-93 . . . . . . . . . . .591 Sonja Tate, 1991-92 . . . . . . . . . . . . .587 Julie Hagood, 1999-2000 . . . . . . . . .526 Rudy Sims, 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . .523 Julie Hagood, 1998-99 . . . . . . . . . . .523 Charlotte Fields, 1987-88 . . . . . . . . .518

1. Adrianne Davie, 2003-07 . . . . . . . .1,147 2. Sue Jayroe, 1977-80 . . . . . . . . . . .1,055 3. Sonja Tate, 1990-93 . . . . . . . . . . .1,006 4. Shyla Tucker, 1991-94 . . . . . . . . . . .907 5. Jolie McKeirnan, 2000-2003 . . . . . . .905 6. Eva Brehe, 1986-89 . . . . . . . . . . . . .716 7. Charlotte Fields, 1984-86, 1988 . . . . .707 8. Michelle Horton, 1982-85 . . . . . . . . .645 9. Keeshia Evans, 1998-2001 . . . . . . . . .624 10. Zennia Hayes, 1987-90 . . . . . . . . . . .593 11. Quintella Jackson, 1984-87 . . . . . . . .590 12. Karen Carlew, 1975-78 . . . . . . . . . . .578 13. Loretta Jamieson, 1981-84 . . . . . . . .565 14. Martha Higgins, 1979-81 . . . . . . . . . .555 15 LaTanya Jones, 1994-97 . . . . . . . . . .501 16. Julie Hagood, 1997-2000 . . . . . . . . .484 17. Evevetta Crawford, 1994-95 . . . . . . .456 18.. Chiquita tucker, 2001-02 . . . . . . . . .450 19. Melissa Young, 1987-88 . . . . . . . . . . .448 20. Tanisha Johnson, 1999-2000 . . . . . . .441

SONJA TATE

MOST POINTS— CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Sonja Tate, 1990-93 . . . . . . . . . . .2,312 Shyla Tucker, 1991-94 . . . . . . . . . .1,989 Adrianne Davie, 2003-2007 . . . . . . .1,978 Julie Hagood, 1997-2000 . . . . . . . .1,840 Rudy Sims, 2003-2007 . . . . . . . . . .1,664 Keeshia Evans, 1998-2001 . . . . . . .1,538 Danielle Featherston, 1993-96 . . . .1,391 Charlotte Fields, 1984-86, 1988 . . .1,323 Sue Jayroe, 1977-80 . . . . . . . . . . .1,304 Beth Penn, 1984-87 . . . . . . . . . . . .1,223 Eva Brehe, 1986-89 . . . . . . . . . . . .1,163 Michelle Horton, 1982-85 . . . . . . . .1,152 Nicole Wilkett, 1991-92 . . . . . . . . .1,139 Zennia Hayes, 1987-90 . . . . . . . . .1,074 Amber Abraham 2001-06 . . . . . . . .1,033 Ali Carter, 2002-2007 . . . . . . . . . .1,030 Quintella Jackson, 1984-87 . . . . . .1,025 Evevetta Crawford, 1994-95 . . . . . . .995 Rae-Anne Smith, 1999-2002 . . . . . . .991 Loretta Jamieson, 1981-84 . . . . . . . .969 Martha Higgins, 1979-1981 . . . . . . . .913 LaTanya Jones, 1994-97 . . . . . . . . . .911 Amy Towne, 1997-98 . . . . . . . . . . . .898 Linda Allison, 1981-82, 1984 . . . . . . .889

1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10. 11. 11. 11.

Sonja Tate, vs. SW Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992-93........................50 Sonja Tate, vs. Texas- Pan American . . . . . . . .1992-93........................44 Sonja Tate, vs. Western Kentucky . . . . . . . . .1992-93........................42 Sonja Tate, vs. Texas- Pan American . . . . . . . .1990-91........................42 Sonja Tate, vs. Marquette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992-93........................40 Adrianne Davie, vs. La.-Monroe . . . . . . . . . . .2006-07........................38 Shyla Tucker, vs. South Alabama . . . . . . . . . .1993-94........................37 Sonja Tate, vs. Miss. Valley State . . . . . . . . . .1990-91........................36 Vicki Romine, vs. Mo. Kansas City . . . . . . . . .1987-88........................36 Sonja Tate, vs. Murray State . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991-92........................35 Evevetta Crawford, vs. Mississippi . . . . . . . . .1994-95........................35 Adrianne Davie, vs. South Alabama . . . . . . . .2006-07........................34 Marie Wilford, vs. Miss. Co. All-Stars . . . . . . . .1974-75........................34 Shyla Tucker, vs. Alcorn State . . . . . . . . . . . .1992-93........................34

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Sonja Tate, 1992-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . .327 Adrianne Davie, 2004-05 . . . . . . . . .326 Adrianne Davie, 2005-06 . . . . . . . . .294 Adrianne Davie, 2006-07 . . . . . . . . .289 Shyla Tucker, 1993-94 . . . . . . . . . . .287 Sue Jayroe, 1979-80 . . . . . . . . . . . .285 Jolie McKeirnan, 2002-03 . . . . . . . . .268 Sue Jayroe, 1978-79 . . . . . . . . . . . .265 Sue Jayroe, 1977-78 . . . . . . . . . . . .257 Quintella Jackson, 1986-87 . . . . . . . .251 Jolie McKeirnan, 2001-02 . . . . . . . . .250 Sue Jayroe, 1976-77 . . . . . . . . . . . .248 Jolie McKeirnan, 2000-01 . . . . . . . . .247

SHYLA TUCKER

MOST ASSISTS— SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 8. 10. 11. 11. 13.

Beth Penn, 1986-87 . . . . . . . . . . . . .167 Rudy Sims, 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . .159 Rudy Sims, 2004-05 . . . . . . . . . . . . .156 Rudy Sims, 2005-06 . . . . . . . . . . . . .153 Crystal Tausan, 1992-93 . . . . . . . . . .147 Crystal Tausan, 1993-94 . . . . . . . . . .129 Beth Penn, 1984-85 . . . . . . . . . . . . .129 Keeshia Evans, 1999-2000 . . . . . . . . .123 Beth Penn, 1985-86 . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 Kathy Dyess, 1996-97 . . . . . . . . . . . .122 Julie Hagood, 1999-2000 . . . . . . . . .115 Crystal Tausan, 1995-96 . . . . . . . . . .115 Sonja Tate, 1991-92 . . . . . . . . . . . . .114

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

Rudy Sims, 2003-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . .548 Beth Penn, 1984-87 . . . . . . . . . . . . .479 Crystal Tausan, 1993-96 . . . . . . . . . .473 Sonja Tate, 1990-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . .370 Keeshia Evans, 1997-01 . . . . . . . . . .351 Julie Hagood, 1997-00 . . . . . . . . . . .341 Debbie Balentine, 1976-79 . . . . . . . .299 Casie Lowman, 2000-03 . . . . . . . . . .273 Dana Holsten, 1989-92 . . . . . . . . . . .265 Tia Kemp, 1995-97 . . . . . . . . . . . . .264 Shyla Tucker, 1991-94 . . . . . . . . . . .252 Caroline Starr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .207 Danielle Featherston, 1993-96 . . . . . .204 Jazmine Taylor, 2007-09 . . . . . . . . . .197 Shelly Spears, 1988-89 . . . . . . . . . . .180 Amber Abraham 2002-06 . . . . . . . . .179 Kellina Bradshaw, 1998-99 . . . . . . . .168 Barbara Wilburn, 1985-86, 1988-89 . .160 Ali Carter, 2003-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . .159 Brittney Hiles, 2006-09 . . . . . . . . . .156 LaTanya Jones, 1994-97 . . . . . . . . . .155 Amy Towne, 1997-98 . . . . . . . . . . . .145

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Most Blocked Shots - Season

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Sonja Tate, 1992-93 ..................................................125 Sonja Tate, 1991-92 ..................................................114 Crystal Tausan, 1995-96 ................................................93 Sonja Tate, 1990-91 ....................................................92 Shyla Tucker, 1991-92 ..................................................82 Crystal Tausan, 1993-94 ................................................80 Julie Hagood, 1999-2000 ..............................................78 Crystal Tausan, 1992-93 ................................................77 Shyla Tucker, 1993-94 ..................................................73 Sonja Tate, 1989-90 ....................................................71

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 11. 12. 12. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 18. 20. 21. 22. 22. 24. 24.

Sonja Tate, 1990-93....................................................402 Crystal Tausan, 1993-96 ..............................................303 Shyla Tucker, 1991-94..................................................281 Rudy Sims, 2003-07 ....................................................229 Julie Hagood, 1997-00 ................................................220 LaTanya Jones, 1994-97 ..............................................211 Danielle Featherston, 1993-96 ......................................185 Keeshia Evans, 1998-01 ..............................................168 Casie Lowman, 2000-03 ..............................................168 Rae-Anne Smith, 1999-02 ............................................153 Tia Kemp, 1995-97 ....................................................138 Dana Holsten, 1989-92 ................................................132 Jazmine Taylor, 2006-09 ..............................................132 Kellina Bradshaw, 1998-99 ............................................128 Shundra Smith, 1995-96 ..............................................118 Beth Penn, 1984-87 ....................................................117 Charlotte Fields, 1984-86, 1988 ....................................111 Caroline Starr ..........................................................110 Amy Towne, 1997-98 ..................................................109 Quintella Jackson, 1984-87 ..........................................104 Zennia Hayes, 1987-90 ................................................101 Melissa Young, 1987-88 ................................................97 Cheri Shepherd, 1992-93 ..............................................97 Evevetta Crawford, 1994-95 ..........................................93 Brittney Hiles ............................................................93

Most Steals - Career

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 7. 8. 9. 9. 9. 11. 11. 12. 13. 13. 15. 16.

Chiquita Tucker, 2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 Adrianne Dave, 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55 Charlotte Fields, 1988 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 Kim Davis, 2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 Adrianne Dave, 2005-06 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Latrice Taylor, 2001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Chiquita Tucker, 2001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Zennia Hayes, 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Shyla Tucker, 1993 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Shay Scott, 2008-09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Charlotte Fields, 1985 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Michelle Horton, 1985 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Jazmine Taylor, 2007-08 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Tanisha Johnson, 1999 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Zennia Hayes, 1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Lyndsay Schlup, 2006-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Charlotte Fields, 1984 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Kim Davis, 1999 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 14. 16. 16. 18. 18.

Adrianne Davie, 2003-07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132 Chiquita Tucker, 2001-02 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95 Zennia Hayes, 1987-90 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82 Charlotte Fields, 1984-86, 1988 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80 Shyla Tucker, 1991-94 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68 Kim Davis, 1999-00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 Jolie McKeirnan, 2000-03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Jazmine Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 Shay Scott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46 Lyndsay Schlup, 2006-09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 Tanisha Johnson, 1999-20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 Mozell Cottrell, 1994-95, 97, 99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Vanessa Schrock, 2003-05 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 Ashley Anderson, 2005-08 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Latrice Taylor, 2000-01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Melissa Young, 1987-88 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Eva Brehe, 1986-89 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Sonja Tate, 1990-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 LaTanya Jones, 1994-97 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32

Most Blocked Shots - Career

Scoring Highs and Lows 124 111 110 110 110 107 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 101 100 100 100 29 33 36 36 37 39 39

ASU'S TOP SCORING PERFORMANCES vs. Lamar (56), 1997-98 vs. Morris Brown (48), 2002-03 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (41), 1997-98 vs. New Orleans (65), 1996-97 vs. Missouri-Kansas City (68), 1987-88 vs. Texas-Pan American (41), 1997-98 vs. Lamar (51), 1996-97 vs. South Alabama (64), 1991-92 vs. New Orleans (79), 1997-98 vs. Alcorn State (79), 1990-91 at Texas-Pan American (50), 1987-88 at Southwestern Louisiana (63), 1992-93 vs. Mississippi Valley State (35), 2000-01 vs. Nevada-Las Vegas (78), 1998-99 vs. Florida Atlantic (75), 2000-01 vs. Texas-Pan American (59), 1996-97 vs. Texas-Pan American (44), 1993-94

ASU'S LOW SCORING PERFORMANCES at Louisiana Tech (108), 1988-89 vs. Louisiana Tech (66), 1988-89 at Oklahoma (93), 2007-08 at Louisiana Tech (106), 1989-90 vs. Arkansas (52), 1978-79 at Arkansas-Monticello (55), 1978-79 at Brigham Young, (49), 2008-09

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69 68 66 01 66 63 56 56 56 53 53 52 52 51 51 51 50 50 49 79 70 65 63

ASU'S BIGGEST VICTORIES vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (110-41), 1997-98 vs. Lamar (124-56), 1997-98 vs. Mississippi Valley State (101-35), 2000vs. Texas-Pan American (107-41), 1997-98 vs. Morris Brown (111-48), 2002-03 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (98-41), 2000-01 vs. Lamar (107-51), 1996-97 vs. UT-Pan American (100-44),1993-94 vs. SW Louisiana (99-46), 1995-96 at UT-Pan American (103-50), 1987-88 vs. Missouri-St. Louis (96-44), 1995-96 vs. Texas-Pan American (92-40), 1989-90 vs. SW Louisiana (95-44), 1996-97 at Arkansas-Little Rock (90-39), 1975-76 vs. Philander Smith (92-41), 1979-80 at Texas-Pan American (93-43), 1992-93 at Texas-Pan American (86-36), 1994-95 vs. South Alabama (83-34), 1992-93 points points points points

ASU'S WORST DEFEATS at Louisiana Tech (108-29), 1988-89 at Louisiana Tech (106-36), 1989-90 at Memphis (114-49), 1974-75 at Louisiana Tech (113-50), 1987-88

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114-67, 114-49, 113-50, 110-56, 108-51, 108-71, 108-29, 107-73, 106-36, 106-89, 104-90, 104-59, 103-88, 102-73, 101-86, 101-63, 101-80, 100-55, 19-65 31-77 32-77 32-62 32-75 38-61 39-70

OPPONENTS' TOP SCORES vs. Louisiana Tech, 1998-99 at Memphis State, 1974-75 at Louisiana Tech, 1987-88 vs. Duke, 2005-06 vs. Memphis State, 1975-76 at Delta State, 1984-85 at Louisiana Tech, 1988-89 at Maine, 1990-91 at Louisiana Tech, 1989-90 at Western Kentucky, 2005-06 at Western Kentucky, 1997-98 at Mississippi, 1982-83 vs. Western Kentucky, 1997-98 at Oklahoma, 1989-90 at Memphis, 1998-99 at Central Arkansas, 1983-84 vs. Memphis State, 1985-86 at Louisiana Tech, 1996-97

OPPONENTS' LOW SCORES vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 1975-76 vs. Arkansas Baptist, 1978-79 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 1975-76 vs. Nebraska Wesleyan, 1979-80 at Philander Smith, 1979-80 vs. Alabama A&M, 2005-06 vs. North Texas, 2005-06 AStateRedWolves.com


History & Records

Year

Player

SCORING

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

Ebonie Jefferson Veronica Smith Adrianne Davie Adrianne Davie Adrianne Davie Rudy Sims Casie Lowman Rae Anne Smith Keeshia Evans Julie Hagood Julie Hagood Amy Towne Amy Towne Danielle Featherston Evevetta Crawford Shyla Tucker Sonja Tate Nicole Wilkett Sonja Tate Zennia Hayes Eva Brehe Charlotte Fields Quintella Jackson Beth Penn Charlotte Fields Linda Allison Dena Hodge Linda Allison Gina DiCicco Sue Jayroe Sue Jayroe Karen Carlew Karla Birmingham Karla Birmingham Marie Wilford

Year

Player

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

YEARLY LEADERS Points

343 308 707 461 473 348 364 418 440 526 523 493 405 420 519 620 820 680 501 405 398 518 485 420 375 372 272 347 351 361 350 397 262 314 146

REBOUNDING Rebounds

Shay Scott Shay Scott Adrianne Davie Adrianne Davie Adrianne Davie Adrianne Davie Jolie McKeirnan Jolie McKeirnan Jolie McKeirnan Tanisha Johnson Tanisha Johnson Christina Barry LaTanya Jones LaTanya Jones Evevetta Crawford Shyla Tucker Sonja Tate Sonja Tate Sonja Tate Zennia Hayes Eva Brehe Charlotte Fields Quintella Jackson Semona Hawkins Charlotte Fields Charlotte Fields Michelle Horton Loretta Jamieson Linda Holloway Sue Jayroe Sue Jayroe Sue Jayroe Sue Hill Karen Carlew Juli Vaccari

2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

200 240 289 294 326 238 268 250 247 229 212 120 182 197 229 287 327 246 233 207 218 244 251 173 185 223 159 171 99 285 265 257 248 241 62

Average

11.8 9.6 20.8 15.4 14.8 12.0 12.1 14.9 15.7 17.5 16.9 16.4 14.5 15.6 17.3 20.0 24.8 21.3 17.9 15.6 14.7 16.7 18.0 16.8 15.6 14.3 11.8 15.1 11.0 12.4 12.1 15.9 13.1 13.7 14.6

Average

6.7 7.5 8.4 9.8 10.2 8.2 8.9 9.6 8.8 7.6 6.6 7.1 7.0 7.9 7.6 9.3 9.9 7.7 8.3 8.0 8.1 7.9 9.3 6.7 7.7 8.6 6.9 7.4 5.8 9.8 9.1 10.3 12.4 10.5 10.3

Year

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

Year

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

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Player

ASSISTS

Jazmine Taylor Jazmine Taylor Rudy Sims Rudy Sims Rudy Sims Rudy Sims Casie Lowman Casie Lowman Keeshia Evans Keeshia Evans Kellina Bradshaw Julie Hagood Kathy Dyess Crystal Tausan Crystal Tausan Crystal Tausan Crystal Tausan Sonja Tate Sonja Tate Dana Holsten Shelly Spears Melissa Young Beth Penn Beth Penn Beth Penn Linda Allison Dena Hodge Becky Wiskotoni Becky Wiskotoni Sandra Walmsley Kim Balentine Debbie Balentine Debbie Balentine Debbie Balentine Did Not Record

Assists

Average

71 99 159 153 156 80 96 99 110 123 111 88 122 116 81 129 147 114 88 92 103 87 167 123 129 75 58 63 92 63 66 112 62 23

2.4 3.1 4.6 5.1 4.9 2.8 3.2 3.5 3.9 4.1 3.5 2.9 4.4 4.3 3.7 4.3 4.5 3.6 3.1 3.5 4.0 2.8 6.2 4.9 5.4 2.9 2.5 2.7 3.1 2.2 2.3 4.5 3.1 2.8

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Player Made/Att. Ebonie Jefferson Shay Scott Adrianne Davie Adrianne Davie Kelsey Lock Adrianne Davie Jolie McKeirnan Amber Abraham Jolie McKeirnan Kim Davis Kim Davis Brandi Muirhead Amy Towne LaTanya Jones Evevetta Crawford Shyla Tucker Shyla Tucker Nicole Wilkett Nicole Wilkett Zennia Hayes Eva Brehe Eva Brehe Quintella Jackson Michelle Price Charlotte Fields Charlotte Fields Loretta Jamison Michelle Horton Loretta Jamison Sue Jayroe Sue Jayroe Sue Jayroe Sue Jayroe Sandy Golden Rita Jernigan

125-268 119-283 265/512 164/354 69/139 115/227 104/231 93/215 99/202 80/152 35/68 79/155 149/305 142/305 201/483 221/505 218/507 241/511 166/346 162/400 140/250 138/237 173/355 124/246 149/294 130/247 104/224 125/217 127/275 149/272 145/308 158/303 94/221 118/238 57/119

Pct.

.466 .420 .518 .463 .496 .507 .450 .433 .490 .526 .515 .510 .489 .466 .416 .438 .430 .472 .480 .405 .560 .582 .487 .504 .507 .526 .464 .576 .462 .548 .471 .521 .425 .511 .478

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History & Records

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

Record 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 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 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

& - 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 * - includes forfeit by Kansas State

ASU All-Time Coaches Ranking (By Winning Percentage) Jeff Mittie 75-42 Sara Wooley 57-33 Jerry Ann Winters 196-120 Kay Woodiel 46-32 Brian Boyer 132-109 Beverly Webb 31-41 (By Total Wins) Jerry Ann Winters Brian Boyer Jeff Mittie Sara Wooley Kay Woodiel Beverly Webb 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

Brian Boyer 2000-present 10 Seasons (168-135, .554)

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)

.641 .633 .620 .560 .554 .431 196 168 75 57 46 31

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

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Season-By-Season Results

1974-75 - Won 2, Lost 8 Head Coach - Kay Woodiel 49 74 76 49 54 45 46 58

at Memphis State 114 Arkansas College 47 ASU-Beebe 80 at Henderson State 81 at ASU-Beebe 79 Mississippi County All Stars 47 at Arkansas Tech 60 at Miss. County All Stars 57 AWISA State Tournament at Southern State College

56 73

vs. Arkansas Tech vs. Arkansas College

69 75

1975-76 - Won 16, Lost 7 Head Coach - Kay Woodiel 46 65 51 56 65 67 87 82 48 80 66 53 77 64 56 90 52 80 62

at Arkansas Tech Arkansas-Pine Bluff Memphis State Miss. County All Stars at Arkansas-Monticello Henderson State at Arkansas College Arkansas College at Arkansas-Pine Bluff at ASU-Beebe at Miss. County All Stars Southern State College Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas Brokerage at Arkansas-Little Rock at Henderson State Arkansas Tech Arkansas-Little Rock

47 19 108 46 74 65 72 65 43 74 43 59 32 53 49 39 62 68 36

AWISA State Tournament at Ark-Monticello

75 62 76 47

vs. Henderson State vs. Southern State College at Arkansas-Monticello vs. Southern State Coll.

59 64 68 59

1976-77 - Won 12, Lost 8 Head Coach - Kay Woodiel 63 70 52 70 54 52 58 57 50 55 62 57 64 66 52 69 72 61

Arkansas-Little Rock at Arkansas College Arkansas Tech Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Central Arkansas Southern Arkansas Arkansas College at Arkansas-Monticello Central Arkansas at Southern Arkansas at Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Arkansas Tech at Ouachita Baptist Ouachita Baptist Henderson State at Arkansas-Little Rock at Henderson State Arkansas-Monticello

49 49 33 59 66 59 57 84 74 56 70 50 41 47 33 44 66 75

AWISA State Tournament at Arkansas College

67 62 82

vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (OT)66 vs. Arkansas-Monticello 68 at Arkansas-Little Rock 59

2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

1977-78 - Won 16, Lost 9 Head Coach - Kay Woodiel 66 68 67 73 61 57 66 67 78 48 81 79 72 80 65 49 81 83 62 77 67

at Arkansas Tech at Arkansas College Henderson State Central Arkansas Ouachita Baptist at Union (Tenn.) Southern Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas-Monticello at Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Central Arkansas 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

60 66 57 53 48 86 46 59 69 53 74 64 68 63 83 64 59 86 63 54 70

Region IV Tournament at Arkadelphia

84 70

vs. Dillard (La.) vs. NW Oklahoma

73 76

1978-79 - Won 19, Lost 10 Head Coach - Sara Wooley 71 77 83 57 63 70 65 39 66 49 68 69 41 78 47 55 55 53 59 57 63

vs. Abilene Christian Arkansas Baptist at Central Arkansas (OT) at Southern Arkansas at Arkansas-Little Rock Ouachita Baptist (OT) Arkansas College at Arkansas-Monticello at Henderson State Arkansas Tech Central Arkansas Southern Arkansas Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Ouachita Baptist Arkansas at Arkansas College Arkansas-Monticello at Arkansas Tech at Arkansas-Pine Bluff Henderson State

87 31 76 59 61 68 57 55 52 54 44 56 40 60 66 47 57 52 67 72 56

AWISA State Tournament at Jonesboro

64 59 62 37

vs. Central Arkansas vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff vs. Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas

45 45 60 52

AIAW Regional Tournament at Fort Worth, TX

53 81 59 62 54

vs. NW Oklahoma vs. Abilene Christian vs. Arkansas Tech vs. Arkansas-Monticello SE Oklahoma

59 76 56 59 56

1979-80 - Won 19, Lost 10 Head Coach - Sara Wooley 82

Arkansas College 76

46

55 53 75 66 56 71 62 59 92 57

Arkansas-Monticello 53 at Southeast Missouri State 36 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff 74 at Central Arkansas 59 Arkansas Tech 57 Southern Arkansas 55 Ouachita Baptist 55 at Henderson State 34 Philander Smith 41 at Arkansas-Little Rock 53 Gateway Holiday Classic at St. Louis, MO

50 65 62 60 44 75 70 66 53 54 58 73 69

vs. Kentucky State vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff vs. Nebraska Wesleyan at Arkansas College at Arkansas-Monticello at Philander Smith Central Arkansas Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Arkansas Tech at Southern Arkansas Arkansas-Little Rock at Ouachita Baptist Henderson State

75 57 32 50 65 32 42 59 59 55 43 79 60

AWISA State Tournament at Conway

79 77 55

vs. Arkansas College vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff Arkansas

69 78 62

SWAIAW Region IV Tourn. at Durant, Okla.

56 57

vs. Louisiana College at NW Oklahoma

70 68

1980-81 - Won 19, Lost 13 Head Coach - Sara Wooley 57 68 94 54 67 62 55 61 60 59 92 50

at Arkansas College at Arkansas-Monticello Southeast Missouri State Central Arkansas at Arkansas Tech at Southern Arkansas Arkansas-Little Rock at Ouachita Baptist at Memphis State Henderson State at Philander Smith at Arkansas

63 67 65 51 74 66 46 57 85 48 48 57

Gateway Holiday Classic at St. Louis, MO

57 58 49 75 58 68 58 59 48 60 75 41 66 61 78 62

vs. Missouri-Southern vs. SIU-Edwardsville vs. Kentucky State Arkansas College Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Central Arkansas Arkansas Tech Southern Arkansas at Arkansas-Little Rock Memphis State Ouachita Baptist at Henderson State Philander Smith at Southwest Mo. State

59 39 67 59 64 52 52 51 50 49 68 66 54 59 35 67

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Season-By-Season Results

1983-84 - Won 13, Lost 13 Head Coach - Beverly Webb

at Arkadelphia

78 57 55

vs. Southern Arkansas vs. Arkansas College vs. Arkansas-Monticello

56 48 57

SWAIAW Regional Tournament at Pineville, La.

57

Abilene Christian

84

1981-82 - Won 12, Lost 11 Head Coach - Beverly Webb 62 51 74 69 66 63 73 69 51 53 61 72 67 73 61 65 67 61 73 66 69

Arkansas Tech at Arkansas-Monticello at Arkansas College(OT) Central Arkansas Arkansas-Pine Bluff Southern Arkansas at Arkansas-Little Rock at Henderson State Ouachita Baptist Southern Mississippi Mississippi College at Arkansas Tech Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas College at Central Arkansas Southwest Missouri State at Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Southern Arkansas Arkansas-Little Rock Henderson State at Ouachita Baptist

66 53 70 61 49 55 63 74 54 55 71 74 68 65 78 69 60 59 63 56 66

AWISA State Tournament at Russellville

91 71

Henderson State Central Arkansas

66 77

1982-83 - Won 6, Lost 17 Head Coach - Beverly Webb 77 51

Arkansas-Little Rock Central Arkansas

68 64

Tennessee Tech Invitational at Cookeville, Tenn.

47 73 59 62 49

at Tennessee Tech vs. Tennessee St. at Mississippi at Murray State at Mississippi State

71 71 104 76 77

Lady Eagle Classic at Hattiesburg, Miss.

58 75 47 57 66 70 57 66 80 58 61 81 68 70 80

at Southern Mississippi vs. Mississippi College Arkansas at Tennessee-Martin Missouri-St. Louis Lamar * at Northeast Louisiana * Southwestern Louisiana * at Arkansas-Little Rock at Texas-Arlington * at North Texas State* Murray State (OT) Arkansas Tech McNeese State * Tennessee-Martin

81 88 80 81 62 67 87 85 63 67 67 87 60 82 89

Southland Conference Tournament at Monroe, LA

74

vs. Lamar

76

82 86 53 79 74 63 74 79 50 71 66 60 61 66 64 56 58 75 70 53 67 52 89 92 61 86

at Arkansas Tech (OT) 79 Southwest Missouri State 76 at Miss. Valley State 71 Tennessee-Martin 77 at Southeast Missouri (OT) 82 at Central Arkansas 101 Murray State 69 Arkansas-Little Rock 57 at Austin Peay 67 at Tennessee-Martin 74 Southeast Missouri State 56 Mississippi Valley State 57 Northeast Louisiana * 79 Southwestern Louisiana * 68 at Texas-Arlington * 58 at North Texas State * 47 at Murray State 78 Lamar * 72 McNeese State (OT) * 67 at Arkansas-Little Rock 55 at Northeast Louisiana * 93 at SW Louisiana * 63 Texas-Arlington * 77 North Texas State * 69 at Lamar * 64 at McNeese State * 90

1984-85 - Won 12, Lost 13 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters 86 79 74 68 68

Arkansas-Pine Bluff Ouachita Baptist at Murray State Austin Peay at Southeast Missouri state Wendy's/UMKC Classic at Kansas City, Mo.

61 70 71 95 85 66 56 70 90 67 95 78 62 66 84 61 72 61

at Missouri-Kansas City 70 vs. Kansas 99 at Delta State 108 Tennessee-Martin 83 at Arkansas-Little Rock 82 at Northeast Louisiana * 88 at Southwestern Louisiana *73 Texas-Arlington * 76 North Texas State * 84 at McNeese State * 85 at Lamar * 96 Arkansas-Little Rock 67 at Tennessee-Martin 72 Northeast Louisiana * 89 Southwestern Louisiana * 76 at Texas-Arlington * 62 at North Texas State * 58 Murray State 56

1985-86 - Won 11, Lost 15 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters 75 66 67

Lamar * McNeese State * Ouachita Baptist

74 62 64

Lady Racer Classic at Murray, Ky.

80 74 73

vs. Tennessee State vs. Butler Delta State Lady Tiger Classic

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69 60 76 63 81

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82 46 88

at Memphis, Tenn.

80 85 72 77 67 56 63 54 75 83 48 81 73 70 73 52 61 73 67 66

at Memphis State 101 vs. Marshall 89 at Arkansas-Little Rock 63 at SW Missouri State 73 Alabama 87 at Henderson State 50 Northeast Louisiana 86 Southwestern Louisiana * 68 at Tulsa 56 at Texas-Arlington * 76 at North Texas State * 77 Arkansas-Little Rock 67 Lamar * 66 McNeese State * 87 Southeast Missouri State 83 at Northeast Louisiana 88 at Southwestern Louisiana *59 Texas-Arlington * 84 North Texas State * 73 at Lamar * 70

1986-87 - Won 18, Lost 9 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters 70 80

at McNeese State * St. Louis

78 58

Lady Racer Classic at Murray, Ky.

71 79

vs. Appalachian State vs. Cumberland

86 91

Shocker Shootout at Wichita, Kan.

71 83 59 74 95 66 92 68 72 85 67 69 98 71 70 84 77 80 75 74 75 84 83

vs. LaSalle vs. Texas-El Paso at Evansville at Butler Arkansas-Little Rock Tulsa Missouri-St. Louis at St. Louis at Northeast Louisiana * at Southwestern Louisiana at Memphis State Texas-Arlington * North Texas State * at Lamar * at McNeese State * Evansville at Arkansas-Little Rock Northeast Louisiana * Southwestern Louisiana * at Texas-Arlington * at North Texas State * Lamar * McNeese State*

90 76 70 63 81 42 73 54 71 *80 75 58 83 78 91 77 58 77 71 78 80 54 77

1987-88 - Won 17, Lost 14 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters 77 63 70 73 81 65

at College of Ozarks at Tulsa Indiana State Murray State Southwest Baptist at Memphis State

54 60 63 76 59 81

Dial Classic at Ruston, La.

50 80

at Louisiana Tech * Mississippi Valley State

113 73

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Season-By-Season Results 85 73 52 62 69 64 72 56 70 79 68 103 79 110 53 64 85 90 70

Mississippi College at Arkansas-Little Rock at Baylor at Texas-Arlington St. Louis at Alabama at Mississippi College New Orleans * Southwestern Louisiana * Arkansas College at Lamar * at Pan American * Memphis State Missouri-Kansas City at New Orleans * at Southwestern Louisiana Lamar * Pan American * at St. Louis

71 58 59 55 48 83 69 65 71 62 76 50 77 68 69 *70 78 53 51

Northern Lights Tournament at Anchorage, Ak.

82 65 55 52 80

vs. U.S. International vs. Nevada-Las Vegas vs. Western Kentucky Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Little Rock

66 68 60 53 65

American South Conf. Tourn. at Ruston, La.

65

vs. Lamar

67

1988-89 - Won 15, Lost 12 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters 75 80 89 71 71

Missouri Alcorn State Northern Iowa at St. Louis at Murray State

88 67 73 45 90

at San Francisco

87 66 85 84 86 45 80 52 33 58 60 70 54 56 46 83 66 80 57 84 43

vs. Texas-Arlington at San Francisco Ouachita Baptist at Mississippi Valley State Henderson St. at Missouri-Kansas City Mississippi College Texas-El Paso Louisiana Tech * at Pan American * at Lamar * Southwestern Louisiana * New Orleans * Mississippi Valley State at Louisiana Tech * Pan American * Lamar * at Southwestern Louisiana at New Orleans * at Mississippi College Missouri-Kansas City

74 71 63 95 54 48 74 43 66 39 81 57 57 55 91 52 63 *62 69 79 54

American South Conf. Tourn. at Ruston, La.

29

at Louisiana Tech

108

1989-90 - Won 12, Lost 14 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters Sooner Classic at Norman, Okla.

67

vs. Minnesota

73 95

at Oklahoma Austin Peay State

51 61 70

vs. Northeast Louisiana Murray State St. Louis

at Pine Bluff

67 72 37

Hawaiian Tropic Tournament at Murray, Ky.

66 75

vs. Alabama at Murray State

84 70

American Airlines Classic at El Paso, Texas

73 69 58 49 57 92 36 70 67 69 69 76 78 65 68 67 95 59

vs. Nicholls State 43 at Texas-El Paso 44 at New Mexico State 56 at Missouri-Kansas City 51 Lamar * 72 Texas-Pan American * 40 at Louisiana Tech * 106 at Austin Peay State 63 at New Orleans (OT) * 68 at Southwestern La. (OT) * 76 at Lamar * 90 at Texas-Pan American * 54 at Alcorn State 90 Louisiana Tech * 94 Oklahoma State 71 New Orleans (OT) * 61 Southwestern Louisiana * 51 Missouri-Kansas City 48

1990-91 - Won 19, Lost 9 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters Colony Parke Shootout at Dallas, Texas

83 80 68

at Southern Methodist vs. Alcorn State Murray State

71 70 66

Pizza Inn Classic at Jonesboro

77 71 71 76 104 64 78 76 48 73 64 48 92 79 66 54 74 78 70 76 77 77 73 70

vs. Texas-El Paso vs. Middle Tenn. State at Murray State at Mississippi Valley State Alcorn State at Missouri-Kansas City Mississippi Valley State Louisiana Tech * at New Orleans * Southwestern Louisiana * at Central Florida * Missouri-Kansas City at Texas-Pan American * at Lamar * at Northeast Louisiana at Louisiana Tech * New Orleans * at SW Louisiana * Central Florida * Texas-Pan American * Lamar * at Boston University at Maine at New Hampshire

52 60 82 70 79 49 56 75 69 49 83 46 62 89 74 79 60 52 57 63 88 74 107 65

American South Conf. Tourn. at Ruston, La.

79

at Louisiana Tech

83

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102 52

78

83

1991-92 - Won 25, Lost 7 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters 78 72 50

NE Louisiana 48 at Mississippi Valley State 59 at Texas 76 Pizza Inn Classic at Jonesboro

70 53

vs. Mississippi Valley State 39 vs. Mississippi State 43 Lady Tiger Classic at Memphis, Tenn.

89 70 80

vs. Grambling State vs. Murray State at Murray State

75 54 50

Shocker Shootout at Wichita, Kan.

79 73 72 84 83 62 73 76 106 72 89 65 80 71 58 63 69 62

vs. Boise State at Wichita State Lamar * Texas-Pan American * at Central Florida * at Southwestern Louisiana Louisiana Tech * at Western Kentucky * South Alabama * New Orleans * Central Florida * at Lamar * at Texas-Pan American * Southwestern Louisiana * at Louisiana Tech * Western Kentucky * at South Alabama * at New Orleans *

71 59 70 61 66 *61 55 93 64 70 65 84 67 39 71 53 65 75

Sun Belt Conference Tourn. at Bowling Green, Ky.

74 76 62

vs. New Orleans vs. Lamar at Western Kentucky

55 63 65

Nat'l Women's Inv. Tourn. at Amarillo, Texas

83 73 81

vs. Alabama-Birmingham vs. Hawaii vs. Nebraska

79 83 70

1992-93 - Won 25, Lost 8 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters Wahine Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii

58 60 82 62 82 80

vs. Stephen F. Austin vs. Oklahoma State vs. Portland Mississippi at Northeast Louisiana Mississippi Valley State

78 61 56 61 79 62

Pizza Inn Classic at Jonesboro

85 76 80 63 68 74 66 57 93

vs.Southern vs. Oklahoma Alabama-Birmingham at South Alabama * Southwestern Louisiana * Texas-Pan American * New Orleans * at Lamar * at Texas-Pan American *

59 63 52 42 51 44 54 49 43

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Season-By-Season Results 86 53 58 57 74 77 102 66 83 67 65 63 63

at Mississippi Valley State Louisiana Tech * at New Orleans * Lamar * at Alabama-Birmingham at Mississippi State at Southwestern Louisiana at Louisiana Tech * South Alabama * at Western Kentucky * at Alcorn State at Oklahoma State Western Kentucky *

59 54 55 40 72 72 *63 72 34 77 64 71 72

Sun Belt Conference Tourn. at Ruston, La.

70 70

vs. Texas-Pan American vs. Western Kentucky George Washington Marquette Southern Methodist

60 65 54

1993-94 - Won 19, Lost 9 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters 63

Nebraska

59

Pizza Inn Classic at Jonesboro

74 77 76 64 93 74

vs. Mississippi Valley State 61 vs. Southern 44 Harding 61 at Nebraska 86 Central Florida 63 Northeast Louisiana 61 Seattle Times Husky Classic at Seattle, Wash.

72 56 59 50 71 70 81 65 72 68 63 45 73 75 100 67 53 78 91

vs. Alabama-Birmingham at Florida International vs. James Madison at Lamar * South Alabama * at Louisiana Tech * Lamar * at SW Louisiana * at New Orleans * Louisiana Tech * at South Alabama * New Orleans * Texas-Pan American * Southwestern Louisiana * at Western Kentucky * at Texas-Pan American * Western Kentucky *

58 79 58 72 66 77 42 63 46 65 51 69 44 54 72 58 76

vs. Southwestern Louisiana 35 at Western Kentucky 61 National Women's Inv. Tourn. at Amarillo, Texas

69 72 65

vs. Toledo vs. Tulane vs. Oklahoma

68 66 69

1994-95 - Won 20, Lost 10 Head Coach - Jerry Ann Winters

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Coppin State Mississippi Valley State at Mississippi

75 78 68

at Southwestern Louisiana* 51 at New Orleans* 66 at Louisiana Tech* 98 Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Jonesboro

54 47 69 81

New Orleans

60 59 62

vs. Kansas State at George Washington Southwestern Mo. State

55 67 49

Citrus Sports Travel Holiday Classic at Orlando, Fla.

81 85 52 89 53 86 67 60 56 65 58 90 58 67 74 66 57 67 72

vs. South Carolina vs. Texas A&M vs. Mississippi Texas-Pan American * Louisiana Tech * at Texas-Pan American * South Alabama * at Louisiana Tech * Western Kentucky * at SW Louisiana * at Lamar * New Orleans * at South Alabama * at Mississippi Valley State SW Louisiana * Lamar * at Western Kentucky * at Southern at New Orleans *

72 80 62 42 64 36 46 89 73 47 71 66 51 52 56 54 85 53 64

Sun Belt Conference Tourn. at Ruston, La.

vs. New Orleans at Louisiana Tech

82 72

1995-96 - Won 17, Lost 10 Head Coach - Jeff Mittie 56 88 96 64

at Southwest Mo. State Mississippi State Missouri-Saint Louis at Baylor

71 68 52 57

1996-97 - Won 20, Lost 8 Head Coach - Jeff Mittie

41 63 81 58 81 81 43 56 67 79 65 73 76 56 80 96 99 84 47

vs. Florida vs. Niagara at Mississippi Valley State at Kansas State Mississippi Valley State Texas-Pan American* Louisiana Tech* at Mississippi State Western Kentucky* at Lamar* at Texas-Pan American* Kansas State& South Alabama* at Mississippi at Western Kentucky* New Orleans* Southwestern Louisiana* Lamar* at South Alabama* 79

UNLV Classic at Las Vegas, Nev.

95 78 65 72

vs. Illinois (OT) at Nevada-Las Vegas at Wichita State Mississippi

69 48 75 63 49 44 78 76 80 69 48 64 62 74 82 65 46 69 75

89 66 75 76

S.F. Austin/Dial Soap Classic Nacogdoches, Texas

69 72 68 62 79 68 107 83 100 71 76 110 79 76 61 59 63 91 95 55 59 83

vs. New Mexico State 54 at Stephen F. Austin 96 at Missouri 55 at Northeast Louisiana 58 at Austin Peay State 69 Murray State 50 Lamar* 51 Southwestern Louisiana* 41 at Texas-Pan American* 59 at Lamar* 66 Lyon College 60 New Orleans* 65 Texas-Pan American 50 at South Alabama* 68 at New Orleans* 69 Louisiana Tech* 80 Western Kentucky* 50 Northeast Louisiana 60 at Southwestern Louisiana* 44 at Louisiana Tech* 100 at Western Kentucky* 74 South Alabama* 67 Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Bowling Green, Ky.

70 61

vs. South Alabama at Western Kentucky

51 76

1997-98- Won 20, Lost 10 Head Coach - Jeff Mittie 49 91

Rutgers/Bro. Int. Tournament Piscataway, N.J.

72

&—Game later forfeited by Kansas State

George Washington Invitational at Washington, D.C.

88 51

Sun Belt Conference Tourn. at Bowling Green, Ky.

78 52

76 73 60

vs. California-Santa Barbara79 vs. Cincinnati 52 Fun and Sun Tournament at Miami, Fla.

at Northern Illinois (WNIT) 70 at Texas Tech (WNIT) 79 at Northeast Louisiana 57 Pizza Inn Classic at Jonesboro

53 73

National Women's Inv. Tourn. at Amarillo, Texas

68 80 67

Preseason Women's NIT

74 51 72

at Oklahoma State Texas Christian

79 72

Mississippi State Classic at Starkville, Miss.

96 76 76 83 73 74

vs. Missouri-Kansas City at Mississippi State at Mississippi Valley State Austin Peay State Wichita State Mississippi Valley State

87 68 80 69 66 66

Hawaii Tournament at Honolulu, Hawaii

75 67 60 110 80 90 83 67 80

at Hawaii 85 vs. San Francisco 57 at Kansas 71 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 41 at Louisville 93 at Western Kentucky* 104 at Texas-Pan American* 55 Louisiana Tech* 71 Southwestern Louisiana* 58 AStateRedWolves.com


Season-By-Season Results 107 70 80 105 71 86 124 75 68 63 93

Texas-Pan American* Western Kentucky* at Lamar* New Orleans* at South Alabama* at New Orleans* Lamar* at SW Louisiana* at Mississippi at Louisiana Tech* South Alabama*

41 66 55 79 50 74 56 53 85 89 45

Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Ruston, La.

78 88

vs. South Alabama vs. Western Kentucky

59 103

1998-99 - Won 18, Lost 14 Head Coach - Jeff Mittie Preseason Women’s NIT

65 86 65

at Florida Virginia at Southwest Mo. State

75 77 90

SMU Tournament at Dallas, Texas

60 69 65 68 85 101

vs. Texas A&M at Southern Methodist Kansas Oklahoma State Baylor Nevada-Las Vegas

77 91 61 65 88 78

vs. California-Irvine 68 @ Pepperdine 77 vs. Valparaiso 85 at LaSalle 80 at Texas Christian 76 at Louisiana Tech* 94 South Alabama* 46 New Orleans* 71 at Southwestern Louisiana* 50 at Florida International* 63 at Western Kentucky* 76 at New Orleans* 54 Louisiana Tech* 79 Mississippi 68 at South Alabama* 57 Florida International* 84 Western Kentucky* 64 Southwestern Louisiana* 55 Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Jonesboro

87 67

New Orleans Louisiana Tech

78 83 86

New Hampshire Kansas State at Memphis

85 114

Postseason Women’s NIT

65 70 101

1999-2000 - Won 18, Lost 12 Head Coach - Brian Boyer ASU Lady Indian Invitational at Jonesboro

93 74 86 84

vs. Butler 76 vs. Southeast Missouri State69 Southwest Missouri State 65 Louisville 70

vs. Jackson State at TCU McNeese State at Marquette at Southern Miss at Kansas Western Kentucky* Arkansas-Little Rock* at Denver* at Western Kentucky* New Orleans* South Alabama* at Louisiana-Lafayette* at Arkansas-Little Rock* at Florida International* at Virginia at Louisiana Tech* Louisiana-Lafayette* Louisiana Tech* at New Orleans* at South Alabama* Denver* Florida International*

76 81

vs. Denver vs. Louisiana Tech

74

at Memphis

69 91

Postseason Women’s NIT

76

2000-01 - Won 14, Lost 14 Head Coach - Brian Boyer Michigan State Tournament at East Lansing, Mich.

50 71 51 79 52 101 78 54

@ Michigan State vs. Tennessee Tech Kansas at McNeese State (OT) at Butler Mississippi Valley State Southern Mississippi at Mississippi

76 61 63 74 54 35 60 69

DePaul Moran Realty Classic at Chicago, Ill.

72 68

vs. Western Michigan at DePaul

45 100 98 59 85 65 52 62 77 65 75 59 72 55 67 65 67 98 70

vs. Duke vs. Florida Atlantic Arkansas-Pine Bluff Louisiana Tech* Middle Tennessee* at South Alabama* at Florida International* at Louisiana Tech* Arkansas-Little Rock* Florida International* Western Kentucky* at New Orleans* Louisiana-Lafayette* at Denver* at Middle Tennessee* New Mexico State* North Texas* at Western Kentucky* at Arkansas-Little Rock*

69 75 41 62 63 69 57 95 74 82 68 64 51 70 69 57 95 74 82

Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Mobile, Ala.

54

at South Alabama 80

68

62 86

Loyola-Marymount Thanksgiving Classic at Los Angeles, CA

59 74 69

vs. Michigan State vs. Ball State Jackson State

70 72 62

East Carolina U.S. Cellular Classic at Greenville, N.C.

52 72 64 86 60 54 62 66 53 54 58 69 68 62 59 97 64 55 77 75 61

vs. Georgia Tech at East Carolina Northern Iowa Mississippi Marquette at Louisiana Tech at Denver* at North Texas* Arkansas-Little Rock* South Alabama* Florida International* at New Orleans* Middle Tennessee* Western Kentucky* at Arkansas-Little Rock* at Texas-Pan American at Middle Tennessee* at Western Kentucky* Louisiana-Lafayette* New Mexico State* at Florida International*

77 69 70 81 63 78 72 82 41 61 57 70 80 77 53 70 79 54 55 55 73

Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at New Orleans, La.

47

vs. New Orleans (OT)

51

2002-03 - Won 12, Lost 18 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 84 54

Fun in the Sun Classic at Cancun, Mexico

Cook Children’s TCU Invitational 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

39 67 55 65 64 70 62 49 66 90 86 52 69 64 69 57 95 74 82 68 64 51 70

Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Bowling Green, Ky.

Malibu Classic at Malibu, Calif.

71 79 70 72 83 48 84 82 83 58 68 76 63 70 67 64 82 77

2001-02 - Won 12, Lost 16 Head Coach - Brian Boyer

at Fort Worth, Texas

85 73 86 62 65 72 67 82 54 63 84 87 80 95 63 55 59 71 69 76 69 61 64

Maryland-Eastern Shore Louisiana Tech

64 72

Georgia Tech Tournament at Atlanta, Ga.

67 63 111 64 66 69 64 51 68 74 63 63 77 62 92 68 62 69 34 53 63 73 68

vs. Miami (OH) vs. East Tennessee State at Morris Brown Grambling at Northern Iowa Hampton Tulane at Santa Clara at Cal Poly Arkansas-Little Rock Belmont (OT) at Middle Tennessee at Western Kentucky Denver North Texas* Texas Pan-American* Florida International* New Orleans (OT)* at South Alabama* at Arkansas-Little Rock* Middle Tennessee* Western Kentucky* at Louisiana-Lafayette*

72 48 48 69 70 73 69 82 73 56 62 80 84 70 72 59 72 63 45 50 71 85 57

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Season-By-Season Results 58 66

at New Mexico State* at Florida International*

73 76

Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Bowling Green, Ky.

66 64 52

vs. Denver vs. New Mexico State vs. Middle Tennessee

59 60 65

2003-04 - Won 19, Lost 10 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 79 89

at Belmont Cal Poly

70 60

Long Island Turkey Day Classic at New York, N.Y.

84 65 84 77 77

vs. Alabama-Birmingham at Long Island Murray State at Hampton Alabama A & M

77 64 79 54 50

Louisiana State Tournament at Baton Rouge, La.

56 63 91 52 62 56 69 81 63 60 86 57 67 57 69 81 47 70 57 61

vs. Richmond 76 vs. Kent State 67 Stephen F. Austin 73 East Carolina 62 Florida International * 60 at Tulane 59 Middle Tennessee * 62 Western Kentucky * 74 at Denver * 66 at North Texas * 47 at Arkansas-Little Rock * (OT)79 at Florida International * 67 at New Orleans * 61 South Alabama * 54 Arkansas Little Rock * 53 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 68 at Middle Tennessee * 70 at Western Kentucky * 60 Louisiana-Lafayette * 48 New Mexico State * 67 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Bowling Green, KY

65

vs. New Mexico State (2OT)

71

Women’s National Invitation Tournament

52

Rice

59

2004-05 - Won 21, Lost 11 Head Coach - Brian Boyer Subway Classic Minneapolis, Minn.

45 82 87 50 62 68 85

at #14 Minnesota vs. Valparaiso Texas-El Paso at #21/23 Louisiana Tech at Alabama A&M #22/23 TCU Arkansas-Pine Bluff

82 61 63 67 66 64 43

55 75 72 87 69 65 66 69 62 80 72 71 64

Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Denton, Texas

61 49

vs. #12 Texas Tech vs. Western Michigan at Stephen F. Austin at Texas-El Paso Long Island at Florida International * (OT) at Western Kentucky *

vs. South Alabama vs. Louisiana-Lafayette

53 61

Women’s National Invitation Tournament

78 98 52

Mississippi State Arkansas at Iowa

61 84 66

2005-06 - Won 15, Lost 15 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 70 Missouri 68 Missouri State

67 62

Blue Devil Tournament at Durham, N.C.

56 at #1 Duke 74 George Mason 58 at #22 Purdue

110 66 95

2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

90 62 80 65 69 68 80 57 62 55 53 54 64 59 64 80 77 78 70 72 66 48

74 Stony Brook 97 Hampton 61 Alabama A&M

79 71 38

Duel In The Desert Tournament at Las Vegas, Nev.

54 59 67 64 67 50 65 76 70 75 54 70 76 47 63 59 89 70 86 68

#13 Notre Dame 77 #23 North Carolina State 80 at TCU 91 Louisiana Tech 76 North Dakota State 45 *at Florida International 54 *Middle Tennessee 66 *Western Kentucky 62 *Denver 39 *North Texas 47 *Arkansas-Little Rock 46 *at South Alabama 74 *at Troy 65 *at Arkansas-Little Rock 57 *Florida International 67 *at Middle Tennessee 95 *at Western Kentucky 106 *at Louisiana-Lafayette 64 *New Orleans 42 *Troy 62

78 North Texas 64 Middle Tennessee

62 90

2006-07 - Won 21, Lost 13 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 65 73

at Charlotte Alabama

76 56 81

at Missouri 74 at Missouri State 54 Purdue 67 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 55 South Dakota State 52 Cal Contra Costa Classic at Berkeley, Calif. San Jose St. 71 California 81 Oklahoma State 73 at La.-Lafayette (OT) 58 South Alabama* 57 New Orleans* 56 at La. Monroe* 64 North Texas* 51 UALR* 43 at Troy* 76 Denver* 48 at Middle Tennessee* 82 at North Dakota State 61 Western Kentucky* 64 at Fla. International* 67 Florida Atlantic* 61 La.-Lafayette* 61 at South Alabama* 73 at Denver* 87 La.-Monroe* 54 at North Texas* 82 at UALR* 64 Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Jonesboro, Ark.

69

La.-Monroe

56

Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Lafayette, La.

Sun Belt Conf. Tournament at Murfreesboro, Tenn.

87 43 78 67 46 74 83

53 67 61 87 67

Brown Classic at Providence, R.I.

Duel in the Desert Las Vegas, NV

53 75 65 61 80 85 75

at Middle Tennessee * 56 North Texas * 56 Denver * 45 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi73 Arkansas-Little Rock * 43 at South Alabama * 37 New Orleans * 44 at Arkansas-Little Rock * 62 Florida International * 51 Western Kentucky * 70 Middle Tennessee * 69 at New Mexico State * 53 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 66

76 59

Western Kentucky La.-Lafayette

67 62

Women’s National Invitation Tournament at Jonesboro, Ark.

59

Murray State

52

Women’s National Invitation Tournament at Madison, Wisc.

45

Wisconsin

77

2007-08 - Won 20, Lost 12 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 67 54 49 74

at South Dakota State Brigham Young at Alabama Missouri State

77 53 45 54

Washington Husky Classic at Seattle, Wash.

57 59 54 36 73 72 68 49 51 71 53 69 59 70 46 66 72

Weber State Washington at Oklahoma State at Oklahoma UAPB Florida Atlantic* at New Orleans* Indiana State Charlotte at Louisiana-Lafayette* UALR* North Texas at Louisiana-Monroe* Middle Tennessee* at Denver* Troy* Florida International* (OT)

44 69 54 93 54 46 72 63 58 65 50 55 68 68 57 48 64

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All-Time Series Results 73 70 76 73 79 51 80 68

at Western Kentucky* at South Alabama* at Florida Atlantic* New Orleans* Louisiana-Lafayette* at UALR* at North Texas* Louisiana-Monroe*

81 58 61 65 60 66 70 53

Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Jonesboro, Ark.

68

Florida Atlantic

50

Sun Belt Conference Tournament Mobile, Ala.

53 South Alabama 56 Western Kentucky * Conference games

52 70

2008-09 - Won 16, Lost 14 Head Coach - Brian Boyer 73 71 76 52 58

Creighton Northern Arizona at Southern Illinois at Missouri State Kansas State

56 40 79 61 69

UTSA Thanksgiving Classic at San Antonio, Texas

88 73 76 57 51 47 71 39 63 63 73 64 68 51 44 78 69 44 56 74 47 72 76 66

vs. Charleston Southern vs. Texas-San Antonio at Indiana State (OT) Oklahoma FIU* at UALR* Alcorn State at Brigham Young New Orleans* at Denver* at North Texas* Louisiana-Monroe* South Alabama* at Middle Tennessee* Florida Atlantic* Western Kentucky* at Troy* at FIU* UALR* at Louisiana-Lafayette* at New Orleans* Denver* North Texas* at ULM*

69 59 68 87 63 65 44 49 61 64 63 54 69 91 54 67 74 55 55 66 41 65 67 63

Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Jonesboro, Ark.

74 North Texas * Conference games

80

All-Time Series Results

Abilene Christian . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3 Alabama A&M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 Alabama-Birmingham . . . . . . . . .5-0 Alcorn State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1 Appalachian State . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Arkansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-5 Arkansas Baptist . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Arkansas Brokerage . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Arkansas-Little Rock . . . . . . . .42-8 Arkansas-Monticello . . . . . . . . . .8-11 Arkansas-Pine Bluff . . . . . . . . .19-5 Arkansas State-Beebe . . . . . . . . .1-2 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

Arkansas Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-11 Austin Peay State . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1 Ball State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Baylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 Belmont . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Boise State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Boston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Brigham Young . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Butler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 Cal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Cal-Irvine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Cal Poly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Cal-Santa Barbara . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Central Arkansas . . . . . . . . . . . .10-6 Central Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1 Charlotte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Charleston Southern . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Cincinnati . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 College of Ozarks . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Coppin State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Creighton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Cumberland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Delta State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Denver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-8 DePaul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Dillard (La.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Duke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 East Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 East Tennessee State . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Evansville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Florida Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1 Florida International . . . . . . . .5-15 George Mason . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 George Washington . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Georgia Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Grambling State . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Hampton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 Harding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Hawaii . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Henderson State . . . . . . . . . . . .16-3 Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Indiana State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 Iowa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Jackson State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 James Madison . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Kansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3 Kansas State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1 Kent State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Kentucky State . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Lamar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19-15 LaSalle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Long Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Louisiana College . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Louisiana-Lafayette~ . . . . . . .36-12 Louisiana-Monroe=+ . . . . . . . .14-10 Louisiana Tech . . . . . . . . . . . .2-34 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 . . . . . . . . . .5-13 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+ . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-5 82

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 . . . . . . . . . . . . .28-13 Niagara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Nicholls State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Northern Arizona . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Northern Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Northern Iowa . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 North Carolina State . . . . . . . . . .0-1 North Dakota State . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 North Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15-8 Northwest Oklahoma State . . . . . .0-3 Notre Dame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Ouachita Baptist . . . . . . . . . . . .12-3 Oklahoma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-4 Oklahoma State . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4 Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Philander Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-0 Portland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Purdue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Richmond . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 St. Louis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-0 San Francisco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 San Jose State . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Santa Clara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Seton Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 South Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . .26-7 South Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 South Dakota State . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Southeast Missouri State . . . . . . .4-3 SE Oklahoma State . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Southern^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Southern Arkansas# . . . . . . . . . . .7-9 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville . . . .1-0 Southern Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Southern Methodist . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 Southern Mississippi . . . . . . . . . .2-2 Southwest Baptist . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Stephen F. Austin . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3.. Stony Brook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Tennessee-Martin . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4.. Tennessee State . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Tennessee Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1.. Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Texas A&M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi . . . . . . .2-0 Texas-Arlington . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-5 Texas Christian . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1 Texas-El Paso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1 Texas-Pan American . . . . . . . . . .25-0 Texas-San Antonio . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Texas Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 Toledo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Troy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2 Tulane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 Tulsa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Union (Tenn.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 U.S. International . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Valparaiso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Virginia Commonwealth . . . . . . .0-0 Washington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Weber State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Western Kentucky . . . . . . . . .15-26 Western Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Wichita State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 2009-10 Opponents in Bold Abraham, Amber (2002, 2003, 2004, 2006) AStateRedWolves.com


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Red Wolves Letterwinners Alford, Kelley (2005, 2006) Allison, Linda (1981, 1982, 1984) Anderson, Ashley (2006, 2007, 2008) Asher, Kay (1975) Baker, Rachel (2008) Balentine, Kim (1978, 1979) Barry, Christina (1998) Binkley, Amie (1989, 1990) Birmingham, Karla (1976, 1977) Bolding, Meredith (1994) Bradshaw, Kellina (1998, 1999) Brehe, Ada (1989) Brehe, Eva (1986, 1987, 1988, 1989) Brown, Erica (1984, 1985) Brown, Rachel (2005, 2006, 2007) Burleson, Jeannie (1978) Caraway, Katie (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006) Carlew, Karen (1975, 1976, 1977, 1978) Carter, Ali (2003, 2004, 2005, 2007) Carter, Holly (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996) Chatman, Jimmisa (1998, 1999) Chism, Felicia (1991, 1992, 1993, 1994) Christian, Tabitha (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007) Clark, Donna (1981, 1982) Clausen, Leslie (1985) Clay, Claudette (1987, 1988, 1989, 1990) Clifft, Susan (1975) Cotton, Cynthia (1985, 1986) Cottrell, Mozell Maddox- (1994, 1995, 1997, 1999) Crane, Leslie (1985, 1986) Crawford, Evevetta (1994, 1995) Criner, Angie (2008) Curtis, Serenia (1991, 1992) Davie, Adrianne (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007) Davis, Holly (1991, 1992) Davis, Kim (1999, 2000) Delap, Susan (1984) Dement, Tania (1986) DePriest, Phyllis (1975, 1977) DeVore, Janet (1991, 1992) DiCicco, Gina (1981) Dotson, Belinda (1975) Dudic, Rebecca (1997, 1998) Dunn, Elyseia Dyess, Kathy (1997) Eaves, Denise (1991, 1992) Eskridge, Ashley (1992, 1993, 1994, 1995) Evans, Keeshia (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001) Featherston, Danielle (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996) Fields, Charlotte (1984, 1985, 1986, 1988) Flynn, Sheri (1990) Freeman, Rodneikka (2003, 2005) Gaines, Michelle (1985) Glenn, Kimmie (1975, 1976, 1977, 1978) Glenn, Tammy (1977, 1978) Golden, Sandy (1976) Goodall, Natalie (2000, 2001) Graddy, Linda (1982, 1983, 1984) Graddy, Mary (1980, 1981, 1982, 1983) Gragg, Amanda (2005) Gragg, Paula (1983) Graves, LaToya (2003) Guy, Annette (1975, 1976) Hafner, June (1975) Hagood, Julie (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000) Hall, Kellye (1977) Harris, Claudia (1988) Harris, Lee Ann (1979) Harris, Missy (1975) 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

Harris, Quiana (1999, 2000) Hawkins, Semona (1985, 1986) Hayes, Zennia (1987, 1988, 1989, 1990) Heiberg, Amanda (1997) Helms, Melody (1983, 1984, 1986) Henke, Linsay (2009) Higgins, Martha (1979, 1980, 1981) Hiles, Brittney (2006, 2007, 2008) Hodge, Dena (1981, 1982, 1983) Holm, Betty (1977, 1978, 1979) Holsten, Dana (1989, 1990, 1991, 1992) Hopper, Micaela (2001, 2002) Hornbeck, Emily (2004) Horton, Michelle (1982, 1983, 1984, 1985) Horton, Phyllis (1976) Horton, Rosetta (1975) Humphries, Z (2002, 2003) Hurst, NeNe (2009) Isbell, Julie (1996) Jackson, Quintella (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) Jamieson, Loretta (1981, 1982, 1983, 1984) Jayroe, Sue Hill- (1977, 1978, 1979, 1980) Jefferson, Ebonie (2007, 2008, 2009) Jenkins, Renee (1986) Jernigan, Rita (1975) Johnson, Jeanetta (1978, 1979) Johnson, Tanisha (1999, 2000) Jones, LaTanya (1994, 1995, 1996, 1997) Jones, Marcia (1984, 1985) Jordan, April (1988) Kemp, Tia (1995, 1996, 1997) Kukura, Andrea (1986, 1987, 1988, 1989) Lane, Zaneta (2004, 2005) Lee, Sharon (1975, 1977) LeGrande, Mary (1994) Lercher, Theresa (1979, 1980) Lewis, Meghan (2009) Lock, Kelsey (2005, 2006, 2007) Long, Kathie (1979, 1980, 1981) Lowman, Casie (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) Maglaughlin, Ronnie (2005, 2006) Martin, Diane (1976) McCarroll, Michele (1990, 1991) McCarter, Karissa (1988, 1989) McClendon, Karen (1980) McCoy, Rachel (1987, 1988, 1989, 1990) McKeirnan, Jolie (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) McNair, Makala (2008) Mitchell, Tiffany (1995) Morgan, Debbie Balentine- (1976, 1977, 1978, 1979) Morgan, Rita (1976) Morris, Barbara (1982, 1983) Muirhead, Brandi (1997, 1998) Partain, Lisa (1983) Parks, Vanessa (1984) Pence, Melia, 2007 Penn, Beth (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) Perkins, Beverly (1976) Petty, Becky (1991) Phillips, Patti (1978, 1979) Phipps, Gaye (1980) Porter, Rachel (2003) Pospisil, Kayla (2008) Powell, Mary (1982, 1983) Powers, Patti (1981) Price, Michelle (1985, 1986) Quarrells, Lois (1976, 1977) Quarry, Cindy (1978) 83

Reid, Tasha (2002) Rhea, Shannon (1990, 1991) Richardson, Sueann (1977, 1978) Roberson, Sherry (1975) Romine, Vicki (1987, 1988) Rowell, Melinda (1981, 1982, 1983, 1984) Ross, Jill (1983) Rush, Charity (1998, 1999) Sagaikaite, Agne (2002, 2004) Sample, Clara (1976, 1977) Scales, Palmer (1984, 1985) Scheer, Angie (1989, 1990) Schlup, Lyndsay (2007,2008, 2009) Schrock, Vanessa (2004, 2005) Schumann, Jennifer (1991, 1992) Scott, Cindy (1977) Scott, Shay (2008, 2009) Scroggins, Sherry (1982) Shelby, Brooke (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004) Shepherd, Cheri (1992, 1993) Sims, Rudy (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007) Sinegar, Bernadette (1985) Smith, Carey (1997) Smith, Rae-Anne (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002) Smith, Shundra (1995, 1996) Smith, Tracy (1990) Smith, Veronica (2007,2008, 2009) Smith, Wanda (1975) Soukupova, Lenka (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001) Spears, Shelly (1988, 1989) Starr, Caroline (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009) Steimel, Rose (1983) Stoudemire, LaDe’Sha (2009) Tackett, Jammie (1999, 2000) Tate, Creshauna (1993) Tate, Sonja (1990, 1991, 1992, 1993) Tausan, Crystal (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996) Taylor, Jazmine (2007, 2008, 2009) Taylor, Latrice (2000, 2001) Tedder, Lurlene (1976) Thibodeaux, Phyllis (1993) Thomas, Retta (1981, 1982) Thorton, Susie (1978) Towne, Amy (1997, 1998) Troupe, Joycelyn (1987, 1988, 1989) Tucker, Chiquita (2001, 2002) Tucker, Shyla (1991, 1992, 1993, 1994) Vaccari, Juli (1975) VanDunk, Dawnetta (1994) Van Horenbeeck, Claudia (1990) Walmsley, Sandra (1979, 1980) Ward, Becky (1976, 1977) Ward, Halsey (2006) Weaver, Pat (1975, 1976) Werntz, Lindsay (1997) Webster, Catriece (2003, 2004) Whitehurst, Teresa (1980) Wilburn, Barbara (1985, 1986, 1988, 1989) Wilford, Marie (1975) Wilkett, Nicole (1991, 1992) Williams, Ashley (2003) Williams, Shavondra (2006) Wilson, Carol (1980) Wiskotoni, Becky (1979, 1980, 1981, 1982) Young, Beth (1993, 1995, 1996) Young, Melissa (1987, 1988) Current Players in Bold AStateRedWolves.com


All-Time Conference Standings

Sun Belt (1992-Present)

#Fla. International 9 Arkansas State 7 Ark-Little Rock 5

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

W 26 16 16 14 15 11 3

L 7 14 15 17 16 20 27

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

WEST DIVISION Team W L Pct. *!Middle Tenn. 16 2 .889 South Alabama 10 8 .556 Western Kentucky10 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

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

* — 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

WEST 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

* — 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

WEST 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

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

Team *#W. Kentucky !Middle Tenn.

2005-06 EAST DIVISION W L Pct. W L Pct. 12 2 .857 27 7 .794 10 4 .714 20 11 .645

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

5 7 9

.643 19 13 .594 .500 15 15 .500 .357 13 15 .464

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 19 21 24 18 10 W 22 14 13 6 9 2

L 8 11 9 11 19 L 9 14 15 22 19 26

Pct. .692 .656 .727 .621 .345 Pct. .710 .500 .464 .214 .321 .071

* — Division Champion $ — Tournament Champion/NCAA Qualifier + — Postseason WNIT Participant 2003-2004 EAST DIVISION Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Arkansas State*+ 10 4 .714 19 10 .655 Middle Tenn.*$ 10 4 .714 24 8 .750 Western Ky.*+^ 10 4 .714 20 14 .588 Fla. Internat’l 5 9 .357 11 16 .407 Ark-Little Rock 3 11 .214 10 17 .370 Team So. Alabama*+ La.-Lafayette North Texas Denver New Mexico St. New Orleans

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

* — Division Champion/Co-Champions $ — Tournament Champion/NCAA Qualifier ^ — Preseason WNIT Participant + — Postseason WNIT Participant 2002-2003 EAST DIVISION W L Pct. 12 2 .857 9 5 .643 9 5 .643 5 9 .357 0 14 .000

W 22 19 18 12 5

L 9 11 11 18 23

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

WEST DIVISION Team W L Pct. So. Alabama*^+ 10 5 .667 New Mexico St.* 10 5 .667 New Orleans 9 6 .600 North Texas 6 9 .400 Denver 6 9 .400 La.-Lafayette 4 11 .267

W 19 16 12 12 12 8

L 10 12 16 16 18 19

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

Team Western Ky.*$ Fla. Internat’l+ Middle Tenn. Arkansas State Ark-Little Rock

* — Division Champion/Co-Champions $ — Tournament Champion/NCAA Qualifier ^ — Preseason WNIT Participant 84

+ — 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. International11 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

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

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

+ — Division Champion * — WNIT Participant # — Sun Belt Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant 1999-2000 Team W L Pct. @!$La. Tech 16 0 1.000 $Western Ky. 13 3 .813 Denver 10 6 .625 Fla. International 10 6 .625 *Arkansas State 8 8 .500 New Orleans 7 9 .438 La.-Lafayette 5 11 .316 South Alabama 2 14 .125 Ark.-Little Rock 1 15 .063

W 31 22 16 16 18 11 12 8 5

@ — Sun Belt Reg.-Season Champion * — WNIT Participant ! — Sun Belt Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant 1998-1999 Team W L Pct. @!$La. Tech 12 0 1.000 $Fla. International9 3 .750 Western Ky. 8 4 .667 *Arkansas State 7 5 .583 New Orleans 4 8 .333 South Alabama 2 10 .167 Southwestern La. 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

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All-Time Conference Standings 1997-1998 Team W L Pct. @!$La. Tech 13 1 .929 $Western Ky. 12 2 .857 Arkansas State 11 3 .786 New Orleans 7 7 .500 Southwestern La. 7 7 .500 South Alabama 4 10 .286 Lamar 2 12 .143 UT-Pan American 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 1996-1997 Team W L Pct. @!$La. Tech 12 2 .857 @$Western Ky. 12 2 .857 Arkansas State 10 4 .714 New Orleans 10 4 .714 South Alabama 5 9 .357 UT-Pan American 3 11 .214 Lamar 2 12 .143 Southwestern La. 2 12 .143

W 31 22 20 17 11 5 5 3

L 4 9 8 12 16 22 22 24

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

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

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

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

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1992-1993 W L Pct. 13 1 .929 13 1 .929 10 4 .714 7 7 .500

W 26 24 24 18

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4 4 3 2

10 10 11 12

.286 10 16 .385 .286 9 18 .333 .214 6 21 .222 .143 4 22 .154

@ — Sun Belt Regular-Season Co-Champions ! — Sun Belt Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant % — NWIT Participant 1991-1992 W L Pct. @Lamar 13 3 .813 @!$Western Ky. 13 3 .813 $La. Tech 12 4 .750 %Arkansas St. 12 4 .750 New Orleans 10 6 .625 South Alabama 5 11 .313 Central Florida 5 11 .313 UT-Pan American 2 14 .125 Southwestern La. 0 16 .000

W 21 26 20 25 20 8 10 10 0

Southwestern La. Lamar Arkansas State UT-Pan American

5 4 3 0

4 5 6 9

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18 14 17 0

11 14 14 27

.621 .500 .548 .000

@ — American South Regular-Season Champion ! — American South Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant % — WNIT Participant L 7 7 10 7 11 20 18 18 27

Pct. .750 .788 .667 .781 .645 .286 .357 .357 .000

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

American South (1988-1991) 1990-1991 W L Pct. W L Pct. @$Lamar 12 0 1.000 29 4 .879 !$Louisiana Tech 9 3 .750 18 12 .600 Arkansas State 7 5 .583 19 9 .678 New Orleans 6 6 .500 14 14 .500 Central Florida 4 8 .333 10 15 .400 UT-Pan American 2 10 .167 7 20 .259 Southwestern La. 2 10 .167 3 24 .111 @ — American South Regular-Season Champion ! — American South Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant

Southland (1983-1987) 1986-1987 W L Pct. W L Pct. @$NE Louisiana 9 3 .750 14 10 .583 McNeese State 8 4 .667 20 8 .714 Arkansas State 8 4 .667 18 9 .667 Southwestern La. 7 5 .583 14 13 .519 North Texas State 6 6 .500 15 13 .536 Texas-Arlington 3 9 .250 8 18 .308 Lamar 1 11 .083 2 24 .077 @ — Southland Regular-Season Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant 1985-1986 W L Pct. W L Pct. @$N. Texas St. 7 3 .700 20 10 .667 @McNeese St. 7 3 .700 18 11 .621 Southwestern La. 6 4 .307 13 14 .481 Texas-Arlington 5 5 .500 11 15 .423 Arkansas State 3 7 .300 11 15 .423 Lamar 2 8 .200 5 21 .192 x—NE Louisiana — — —— 26 3 .897 @ — Southland Regular-Season Champion ! — NCAA Tournament Participant x — ineligible for conference championship 1984-1985 W L Pct. W L Pct. @$NE Louisiana 12 0 1.000 30 2 .938 Texas-Arlington 8 4 .667 13 14 .481 Lamar 7 5 .583 12 15 .444 Arkansas State 5 7 .417 12 13 .480 McNeese State 5 7 .417 11 17 .393 Southwestern La. 4 8 .333 8 18 .308 North Texas St. 1 11 ,083 4 22 .154 @ — Southland Regular-Season Champion ! — NCAA Tournament Participant

1989-1990 W L Pct. W L Pct. @!$La. Tech 10 0 1.000 32 1 .970 Lamar 7 3 .700 19 10 .655 New Orleans 5 5 .500 10 18 .357 Arkansas State 4 6 .400 12 14 .462 Southwestern La. 4 6 .400 11 17 .393 UT-Pan American 0 10 .000 3 24 .111 @ — American South Regular-Season Champion ! — American South Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant

1983-1984 W L Pct. W L Pct. @$NE Louisiana 12 0 1.000 23 4 .852 SW Louisiana 9 3 .750 22 6 .786 Arkansas State 6 6 .500 13 13 .500 McNeese State 6 6 .500 12 16 .429 Texas-Arlington 5 7 .417 14 14 .500 Lamar 4 8 .333 10 17 .370 North Texas State 0 12 .000 2 25 .074 @ — Southland Regular-Season Champion ! — NCAA Tournament Participant

1988-1989 W L Pct. W L Pct. @!$La. Tech 10 0 1.000 32 4 .889 New Orleans 7 3 .700 15 13 .536 Lamar 6 4 .600 18 10 .643 Arkansas State 5 5 .500 15 12 .556 Southwestern La. 2 8 .200 10 17 .370 UT-Pan American 0 10 .000 0 27 .000 @ — American South Regular-Season Champion ! — American South Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant

1982-1983 W L Pct. W L Pct. @!$NE Louisiana 5 0 1.000 23 6 .793 SW Louisiana 4 1 .800 18 10 .643 McNeese State 3 2 .600 18 12 .600 Lamar 1 4 .200 15 12 .556 Texas-Arlington 1 4 .200 10 17 .370 Arkansas State 1 4 .200 6 17 .261 North Texas St. — — —— 6 19 .240 @ — Southland Regular-Season Champion ! — Southland Tournament Champion $ — NCAA Tournament Participant

@!$La. Tech %New Orleans

1987-1988 W L Pct. W L Pct. 9 0 1.000 32 2 .941 8 1 .889 25 7 .781 85

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* A crowd of 10,892, the largest ever at the ASU Convocation Center, saw the Red Wolves defeat the University of Arkansas 98-84 in the 2005 Women’s National Invitation Tournament

A record crowd of 10,892 was on hand March 24, 2005 when the ASU 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.

* The ASU women’s basketball program posted its 200th victory at “The Convo” when it opened the 2008-09 season with a 73-56 victory over Creighton. * Over the last six years, ASU Women’s Basketball boasts a winning percentage of .811 (69-16)at the ASU Convocation Center * ASU Women’s Basketball is 208-62 (.770) all-time at the Convocation Center, and 97-39 (.713) under Head Coach Brian Boyer. * The Clopton Clinic Strength and Conditioning Room was unveiled in the summer of 2008, featuring new weights, lighting, floor and wall coverings and entrance doors. * The basketball court was resurfaced and repainted prior to the 2008-09 season, featuring the new Red Wolves logo and a large “stAte” logo at center court. * Multi-purpose indoor arena with 10,038 seats for basketball; 11,704 for concerts * Three-year, $19 million construction project completed in 1987 ($15.3 million provided by state) * Located on Olympic Drive on northeast corner of campus adjacent to football and baseball complexes * Official opening was July 11, 1987, with National AAU 17-and-under boys basketball championships (first game: Team Acadiana of Louisiana 87, Arkansas Wings 68 ... first points: Joe Harvell, Arkansas Wings) * First public event: ASU commencement ceremonies in May 1987 * First college game: Arkansas State Lady Indians 70, Indiana State 63 (November 30, 1987) ... first points: ASU’s Charlotte Fields (19:49 of first half) * First ASU men’s game: Memphis State 60, Arkansas State 59 (December 5, 1987) ... first points: Sylvester Gray of MSU (19:50 of first half) ... first ASU points: Bobby Collins (16:28 of first half)

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Year-By-Year Record 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 2009-09 Overall

The Red Wolves have posted a record of 208-62 at the ASU Convocation Center since its opening in 1987, for a winning percentage of .770. Arkansas State put together a 17-game winning streak spanning the 1991-93 seasons, and the largest attendance was for the 2005 WNIT game against Arkansas, which drew 10,892 fans.

Top Individual Scoring Performances

Top Red Wolves Crowds At The Convocation Center 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

10,892* 6,149 5,816 5,619 4,973 4,781 4,327 4,312 4,208 4,158 4,134 4,120 4,110 3,844 3,583* 3,327* 3,221 3,214* 3,065 3,050

$Arkansas UALR La. Tech Arkansas-Pine Bluff Denver UTPA New Orleans South Ala. USL New Orleans La. Tech La. Tech La.-Monroe Lamar Mississippi UALR Western Ky. Western Ky. Arkansas-Little Rock Western Ky.

3-24-05 1-10-02 1-14-95 12-11-04 1-19-06 1-25-97 1-23-97 1-27-96 1-15-98 1-31-98 1-6-96 1-30-93 2-28-08 2-6-93 12-3-96 1-8-00 2-13-97 1-6-00 1-28-06 3-6-93

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Arkansas State 38 37 36 32 31 31 31 31 31

Adrianne Davie vs. La.-Monroe 2-17-07 Shyla Tucker vs. South Alabama 1-14-94 Vicki Romine vs. Missouri-Kansas City 2-8-88 Danielle Featherston vs. Lamar 2-17-96 Adrianne Davie vs.South Dakota State 11-30-06 Danielle Featherston vs. Lamar 1-22-94 Evevetta Crawford vs. NE Louisiana 12-15-93 Sonja Tate vs. Texas-Pan American 1-9-93 Sonja Tate vs. Alabama-Birmingham 12-30-92

33 32 32 31 29 29 29 28 28 28

Venus Lacy, Louisiana Tech 2-17-90 Shrieka Evans, Grambling State 12-8-02 LaShondra Dixon, Hampton 12-18-02 Amber Holt, Middle Tennessee 1-14-07 Natalie Powers, Western Kentucky, 1-25-01 Jackie Stiles, SW Missouri State 11-23-99 Leslie Logsdon, Western Kentucky 2-15-03 Jenny Anderson, New Orleans 1-31-98 Cassie Brooks, Lamar 2-18-88 Chastity Reed, UALR 2-11-09

OPPONENTS

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 9-6 208-62

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 6-3 113-40

Year-By-Year Attendance Year Att. 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

Total Att. 5,796 6,287 4,371 9,546 9,313 19,581 13,756 18,233 18,530 23,371 22,304 25,244 17,702 16,088 20,360 25,715 16,746 35,242 29,205 33,262 29,792 30,053

Avg. 414 449 437 796 847 1,632 1,146 1,823 1,544 2,125 1,859 1,578 1,362 1,341 1,697 1,837 1,196 2,711 2,434 2,079 1,986 2,004

Against All Foes 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 . . . . . .11-1 Arkansas-Pine Bluff . . . . . . . .5-0 Austin Peay State . . . . . . . . .2-0 Baylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Belmont . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Butler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Brigham Young . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Cal-Poly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Central Florida . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Charlotte . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Coppin State . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Creighton . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Denver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1 East Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Florida Atlantic . . . . . . . . . .3-1 Florida International . . . . . . .4-6 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 Lamar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-2 Long Island . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Louisiana-Lafayette . . . . . . .16-2 Louisiana-Monroe . . . . . . . . .7-0 Louisiana Tech . . . . . . . . . .2-14 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 . . . . . . . . .5-3 Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 Mississippi College . . . . . . . . .2-0

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South Dakota State . . . . . . . .1-0 Southeast Missouri State . . . .1-0 Southern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Southern Mississippi . . . . . . . .1-0 Southwest Baptist . . . . . . . . .1-0 Stephen F. Austin . . . . . . . . .1-0 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi . . . .1-0 Texas Christian . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Texas-El Paso . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Texas-Pan American . . . . . . .11-0 Troy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Tulane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Western Kentucky . . . . . . . .11-6 Wichita State . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0

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CONVOCATION CENTER RECORD - ASU - INDIVIDUAL FG Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 by Shyla Tucker vs. South Alabama 1-14-94 FG Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 by Vicki Romine vs. Missouri-Kansas City 2-8-88 FG Percentage (min. 5 attempts) . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (5-5) Rae-Anne Smith vs. Western Kentucky, 2-25-99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (7-7) Tanisha Johnson vs. Nevada-Las Vegas 12-12-98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (6-6) Shelly Spears vs. Texas-Pan American 2-20-88 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (8-8) Eva Brehe vs. Missouri-Kansas City 2-8-88 3FG Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 by Danielle Featherston vs. Lamar 1-22-94 3FG Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 by Vicki Romine vs. Missouri-Kansas City 2-8-88 3FG Percentage (min. 3 attempts) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (4-4) NeNe Hurst vs. Creighton 11-14-08 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (3-3) Amber Abraham vs. New Orleans 1-30-03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (3-3) Amber Abraham vs. Murray State 12-01-03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (3-3) Rae-Anne Smith vs. Western Kentucky 1-25-01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (3-3) Tanisha Johnson vs. New Orleans 1-19-99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (3-3) Julie Hagood vs. Texas Christian 11-18-97 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (3-3) Angie Scheer vs. Northern Iowa 11-29-88 FT Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 by Shyla Tucker vs. Western Kentucky 3-6-94 FT Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 by Shyla Tucker vs. Western Kentucky 3-6-94 FT Percentage (min. 10 attempts) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (10-10) Danielle Featherston vs. Central Florida 12-13-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (10-10) Zennia Hayes vs. Arkansas College 1-25-88 Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 by Adrianne Davie vs. Louisiana-Monroe 1-17-07 Off. Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 by Shyla Tucker vs. Central Florida 2-14-91 Def. Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 by 4 players . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Most recent: Ebonie Jefferson vs. North Texas 1-9-08 Total Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 by Shyla Tucker vs. Central Florida 2-14-91 Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 by Tia Kemp vs. Coppin State 12-2-94 Turnovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 by Keeshia Evans vs. Kansas 11-21-00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 by Sonja Tate vs. Southwestern Louisiana 2-20-92 Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 by Adrianne Davie vs. North Texas 1-20-05 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 by Charlotte Fields vs. Mississippi College 12-16-87 Steals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 by Sonja Tate vs. Southwestern Louisiana 2-20-92 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 by Shyla Tucker vs. Louisiana Tech 1-23-92

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Team Low

FG Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46, vs. South Alabama 1-30-92 . . . . . . . . . . . .11, vs. Louisiana Tech 1-22-89 FG Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86, vs. South Alabama 1-30-92 . . . . . . . . . . . .41, vs. Louisiana Tech 1-22-89 FG Percentage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .581 (32-57), vs. Kansas St 3-14-99 . . . . .220 (13-59) vs. Louisiana Tech 1-6-96 3 Pt. FG Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15, vs. South Alabama 2-28-98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0, vs. 12 opponents 3 Pt. FG Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . .29, vs. Louisiana Tech 1-30-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0, vs. Lamar 2-18-88 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29, vs. Southwestern La. 1-11-97 3 Pt. FG Percentage . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (3-3) vs. Northern Iowa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .000 vs. 12 opponents FT Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41, vs. Western Kentucky 3-6-94 . . . . . . . . . . .2, vs. Louisiana Tech 11-25-02 FT Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58, vs. Western Kentucky 3-6-94 . . . . . . . . . . .5, vs. Louisiana Tech 11-25-02 FT Percentage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .929 (13-14) vs. Middle Tenn. 2-13-03 . . . ..320 (8-25) vs. New Orleans 1-21-88 Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124, vs. Lamar 2-12-98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33, vs. Louisiana Tech 1-22-89 Offensive Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . .33, vs. Central Florida 2-14-91 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, vs. East Carolina 1-3-04 Defensive Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . .43, vs. SW Louisiana 2-24-90 . . . . . . . . . . . .12, vs. Western Kentucky 3-6-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43, vs. UAPB 2-19-97 Total Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71, vs. Ouachita Baptist 12-13-88 . . . . . . . . . . . . .22, vs. Fla. Intn’l 1-22-01 Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36, vs. Lamar 2-12-98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, vs. Troy 1-20-08 Turnovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38, vs. SW Louisiana 1-15-98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, vs. Texas-El Paso 11-30-90 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, vs. FIU 1-23-08 Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10, vs. Mississippi College 12-16-87 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0, vs. 19 opponents Steals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27, vs. NE Louisiana 1-23-91 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Louisiana Tech 1-22-89 First Half Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67, vs. Lamar 2-12-98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11, vs. Louisiana Tech 1-6-96 Second Half Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67, vs. New Orleans 1-23-97 . . . . . . . . . . . . .17, vs. Louisiana Tech 1-22-89 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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CONVOCATION CENTER RECORDS - OPPONENTS - INDIVIDUAL FG Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 by Cassie Brooks, Lamar 2-18-88 FG Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 by Sheila Smith, Murray State 12-4-87 FG Percentage (minimum 5 attempts) . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (6-6) Veronica Cook, Western Kentucky 3-6-93; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (6-6) Etta Maytubby, Oklahoma 12-24-92 3FG Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 by Sherry Surney, Mississippi Valley State 12-2-97 3FG Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 by Kim Perrot, Southwestern Louisiana 2-24-90 3FG Percentage (minimum 3 attempts) . . . . . .1.000 (4-4) by Kelly Garrett, Texas-Pan American 1-25-97 FT Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 by Dawn Warner, Western Kentucky 1-28-95 FT Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 by 4 players . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Most recent: Amber Holt, Middle Tennessee 1-14-08 FT Percentage (minimum 8 attempts) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (8-8) Debby Batz, Central Florida 2-3-92; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 (8-8) Sharon Bax, Missouri 11-25-88 Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 by Venus Lacy, Louisiana Tech 2-17-90 Off. Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 by Tonya Scott, Alabama-Birmingham 12-30-92 Def. Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 by Priscilla Robinson, Middle Tennessee State 12-1-90; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 by Carvie Upshaw, New Orleans 1-21-88 Total Rebounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 by Priscilla Robinson, Middle Tennessee State 12-1-90 Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 by Julie Pinson, Murray State 12-2-89 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 by Shalee Lehning, Kansas State 11-25-08 Turnovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 by Cherbritta Scott, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 12-21-00 Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, Jasmine Jenkins, FIU 1-23-08 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, Marlee Gipson, Kansas State 11-25-08 Steals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 by Kim Perrot, Southwestern Louisiana 2-2-89

CONVOCATION CENTER RECORDS - OPPONENT - TEAM Team High

Team Low

FG Made . . . . . . . . . . . .39 by Louisiana Tech 3-5-99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 by Southwestern Louisiana 1-11-97; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 by South Alabama 1-21-95 FG Attempted . . . . . . . .87 by Missouri-Kansas City 2-8-88 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 by Lamar 1-22-94 FG Percentage . . . . . . . ..591 (26-44) by Western Kentucky 3-6-93 . . . . . ..234 (11-47) by South Alabama 1-21-95 3FG Made . . . . . . . . . . .11 by Murray State 12-1-03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 by 24 Teams 3FG Attempted . . . . . . .29 by Mississippi, 2-17-99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 by 4 Teams 3FG Percentage . . . . . . .1.000 by 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..000 by 24 Teams FT Made . . . . . . . . . . . .30 by North Texas 2-17-01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 by Texas-El Paso 11-30-90 FT Attempted . . . . . . . .38 by New Orleans 1-23-97 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 by Texas-El Paso 11-30-90 FT Percentage . . . . . . . .1.000 (11-11) by ULL 2-17-08 . . . . . . . . . . . ..286 (4-14) by Austin Peay State 11-28-89; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 286 (2-7) by Kansas, 12-1-98; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..286 (4-14) by Arkansas-Little Rock, 1-8-00 Points . . . . . . . . . . . . .114 by Louisiana Tech 3-5-99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 by South Alabama 2-18-93 Off. Rebounds . . . . . . . .29 by Alabama-Birmingham 12-30-92 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 by 3 Def. Rebounds . . . . . . . .42 by 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 by Henderson State 1-12-89; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 by Lamar 2-18-88 Total Rebounds . . . . . . .60 by Central Florida 2-14-91 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 by Texas-Pan American 1-9-93 Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 by Lamar 1-18-90 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 by Louisiana-Monroe 2-28-08 Turnovers . . . . . . . . . . .42 by New Orleans 3-7-96 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 2-12-04 Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 by New Orleans, 1-19-99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 by 34 Teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 by Rice, 3-18-04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steals . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 by Austin Peay State 11-26-97; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 by New Orleans 1-12-93; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 by Alcorn State 11-27-88 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 by St. Louis 12-5-89 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 by FIU 1-23-08 Points 1st Half . . . . . . . .56 by Louisiana Tech 3-5-99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 by Texas-Pan American 1-9-93 Points 2nd Half..................58 by Louisiana Tech 3-5-99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 by Texas-Pan American 1-7-95 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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This Is Arkansas State University


Welcome to Arkansas State University

Those who have not visited the campus of Arkansas State University in the last five or 10 years would be shocked at the school’s appearance today. So much on campus is tied to athletics. ASU Stadium is the gathering site for Saturdays and excitement surrounding each game can be felt for miles. The sights, the smells, the sounds of football. There is so much construction and new projects on campus. The school looks . . . and is . . . a modern educational institution that has kept up with technology and student needs as much, if not more, than most schools in the nation. A student center addition anchors the campus and a new student recreation and wellness center is on the way. New campus housing has recently been completed, including a “Collegiate Park” apartment complex, coastal-type soft-colored housing throughout campus, and a new dorm. There is a new Alumni Center and construction of a new overpass connecting the campus to local businesses is about to become a reality. It’s a new-look campus that is growing and improving each day. Arkansas State University is an extremely valuable part of Northeast Arkansas and surrounding areas. On the following pages are portraits of the campus, of the people and areas which strengthen the university and those who are involved with its growth. Welcome to Arkansas State!

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Welcome to Arkansas State University

Arkansas State University continues to thrive and expand. The University is constantly undergoing changes in its look, its increased enrollment and its expanding academic programs. The last few years have seen extensive physical changes, including more housing, a parking garage, a new and refurbished student center, and there are more changes on the books for the near future. ASU is emerging as one of the leading universities in the South when it comes to preparing its graduates for the world’s challenges.

Beautiful apartment housing constructed in the coastal style of the Gulf Coast or tropical islands cover the east side of campus.

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Welcome to Arkansas State University

Located next to the pond that lies close to the Pavilion, and just southwest of ASU Stadium, ASU’s new alumni center recently opened. It’s presence adds another dimension to football game day. Arkansas State’s alums will be able to incorporate game-day activities in a centralized area. A new section of student housing called Red Wolf Den was recently completed as well, another sign of ASU’s growth.

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Welcome to Arkansas State University

Since its opening in January 2001, the Fowler Center has quickly become the region’s home for performance and visual arts presentations of the highest caliber, as well as for special civic and community events. Its location is just south of the Convocation Center.

Arkansas State University was established April 1, 1909, as a “public school of agriculture” by Act 100 of the Arkansas General Assembly. It was located at Jonesboro because citizens of the city bid $40,000 to the state and pledged 200 acres of land as a site. After a century of growth, ASU-Jonesboro now has an annual budget of some $122.6 million, owns more than 3,000 acres of land in five different counties, has a physical plant valued at almost $200 million, and has an alumni roll exceeding 53,000. ASU’s rapid development over the years has been typical of other major universities in an emerging modern South. From an agricultural high school in 1909, to a junior college in 1918, to a fouryear degree-granting institution in 1930, to a university in 1967, ASU has become regionally respected and nationally recognized for its qualities of teaching, research and service. The ASU system includes campuses at

Beebe (White County), Mountain Home (Baxter County), and Newport (Jackson County) where associate degree programs are offered, and at Marked Tree, Searcy and Heber Springs. A new campus is being built for ASU-Heber Springs. An instructional site is located at Paragould. The Jonesboro campus, which occupies 942 acres amid the gentle slopes of Crowley’s Ridge in east Jonesboro, is located between the vast and fertile Mississippi River Valley and the cultural and scenic richness of the Ozark Mountains. More than 10,000 students annually work toward degrees in 141 areas of specialization at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Fifteen undergraduate degrees are offered through the Colleges of Agriculture, Business, Communications, Education, Engineering, Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Nursing and Health Professions, Sciences and Mathematics, and the University College. The Honors College was instituted July 1, 2004, evolving from the Honors Program.

The Arkansas Biosciences Institute opened in 2004. The $20 million facility is dedicated to multi-disciplinary research to fulfill purposes outlined in the Arkansas Tobacco Settlement.

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Welcome to Arkansas State University

Fifteen master’s and two specialist degrees are offered, as well as doctoral degrees in educational leadership, environmental sciences, and heritage studies. Pre-professional programs are offered in nine areas. The bachelor’s degree programs with the most graduates are early childhood education, business administration, management information systems, accounting, nursing, agricultural business, and finance. The top graduate programs, based on number of degrees awarded, are business administration, education administration-elementary principalship, reading education, educational administration-secondary principalship, communication disorders, nursing and physical therapy. New academic programs are introduced as needed to respond to the rapid changes in our society. For instance, the athletic training program is the only such accredited program in the state. Academic strength has been enhanced with the Distance Learning Program which extends ASU’s educational influence across the nation. Also, ASU offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs and upper level courses at ASU-Beebe, ASU-Mountain Home, and ASU degree centers in three Arkansas cities—Blytheville, Forrest City, and West Memphis—where partnership agreements have been established in cooperation with the community colleges in those cities.

CAMPUS LANDMARKS (Above) The eight-story bell tower of the Dean B. Ellis Library, dedicated in 1995, is the focal point of the Arkansas State University campus.

(Right) ASU’s Pavilion is the site of many student activities. A new Alumni Center was recently constructed across the pond from the Pavilion. The two sites form with ASU Stadium and the Convocation Center to create an exciting atmosphere on game days and nights.

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Welcome to Arkansas State University ASU in Jonesboro has received the largest single donation in its history, a charitable gift of $14,508,342 from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation. The gift was utilized to construct a three-story health sciences building (left) just northeast of the Student Union/Reng Student Services Center that will open in September. The Donald W. Reynolds Center covers over 50,000 square feet and will house the Speech and Hearing Clinic, nursing and nurse anesthesia skills laboratories, large and small classrooms, computer lab, dedicated research spaces and special project rooms.

ASU offers challenging, fully-accredited programs and a prestigious 600member faculty with a vast number holding doctorates from other major institutions. Some faculty are nationally known for teaching, research and service in the sciences, humanities and professional fields. Arkansas State University’s commitment to excellence in higher education is demonstrated by its accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association, as well as 18 specialized accrediting organizations. ASU’s reputation toward excellence has been established in part by student performance in national competition, such as a nationally ranked debate team, and by the success of its graduates. The underlying principle of learning at Arkansas State University is its tradition of changing to meet the needs of its students and the society in which they live and work. Arkansas State University continues to grow and prosper because the university plans ahead for the needs of students. A recent example is the Horizon Institute of Technology, created in the College of Business with a major gift from alumna Dr. Kathy Brittain White. The institute will provide opportunities for students, faculty, community and business leaders to expand their capabilities for providing solutions and increasing productivity with technology.

Arkansas State’s new student union is identified by a new fountain. The fountain was provided by Chi Omega Sorority and serves as a beautiful landmark to enter the building.

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Welcome to Arkansas State University

Following the success of Collegiate Park, a 336-bed luxury apartment complex on the north side of campus, ASU also erected The Village Apartments, which accommodates up to 100 families. The new $29 million Student Union has taken prominent place in the center of campus, with the first portions opening in the spring of 2004. The second phase of the project was complete renovation of the existing Reng Center. Students and visitors enjoy a new dining hall, meeting facilities, student leadership offices, bookstore, computer labs, a food court and many other features. A new track and field complex has been completed on the south side of the campus. The $2.7 million facility features a 400-meter track facility, including venues for NCAA track and field events. The academic enterprise at ASU was enhanced with the addition of the $20 million Biosciences/Biotechnology Building. This facility was dedicated to multi-disciplinary research to fulfill purposes outlined in the Arkansas Tobacco Settlement. Several other projects which involve new construction or improved facilities are in various stages of planning and development, including a liberal arts classroom building in the heart of the campus and the recently completed Cooper Alumni Center. A groundbreaking ceremony for a new student recreation and wellness center was also held this past spring. 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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Welcome to Arkansas State University

While the Arkansas State campus is beautiful, the University atmosphere is not all about buildings and construction. It is ultimately about academics, the people and the different ideas and cultures they bring to the campus. Arkansas State University is filled with friendly smiles, enthusiasm, and a thirst for learning. It’s also filled with people who enjoy life and the joy and challenges it brings.

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Student Life at Arkansas State University

A groundbreaking ceremony for the $18 million ASU Student Recreation and Wellness Center (above) was held April 4, 2008. The facility is designed as a 74,000square-foot structure that will house multiple amenities for students. This new recreation facility will have two levels and will be equipped to outfit an aquatics center in the future. The lower level will house approximately 17,000 square feet of cardiovascular and strength training equipment, three basketball/volleyball courts, one multipurpose activity court, office space, locker rooms, and wellness assessment rooms. The upper level will house a three-lane walking/running track, as well as meeting rooms and exercise classroom space. The Student Recreation and Wellness Center will be able to increase the number of fitness classes currently offered, as well as adding additional wellness and nutritional programming options.

Life at Arkansas State University is exciting, youthful and vibrant. There is something always happening—with the students' best interests at heart. Not only do all kinds of student events center around football and other sports, but nearly every academic discipline on campus offers societies or organizations to help spark interest. More than 160 different organizations, including social and religious organizations, are available to promote personal growth of the individual. On-campus concerts are regular events, as are cultural exhibits, plays, specialty shows and seminars. Competition is available through a challenging intramural program, and club sports are available. Academically, there are plenty of quiet nooks all around campus for studying. At the same time, opportunities abound for recreation and relaxation. Campus life has it all at Arkansas State University. 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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Student Life at Arkansas State University

Arkansas State University is growing and improving life for its students. A new student union has opened in the middle of campus. It houses the most modern equipment including a new theater (left), eating areas, exercise equipment, study and rest areas. Plenty of comfortable student housing is available, including the new 840-bed Residence Hall Community that opened in the fall of 2006 and even more student apartments planned to open in September 2009; Collegiate Park, just north of the Student Union; and Arkansas, Kays and University Halls.

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Athletics at Arkansas State University

ASU: WHERE CHAM

Arkansas State University has a longstanding saying: “Big enough to play your game, small enough to know your name.” The names of student-athletes are known all over the country for their contributions to their sport. Champions are made at ASU. Opportunities are provided for all 16 of ASU’s NCAA Division I sports. Just look at the names and numbers—12 Olympians, over 100 National Football League contracts, All-Americans, All-Conference, All-Academic. You name it . . . you can be it at Arkansas State. The people on these two pages prove it. They have excelled individually as well as with their teams. They not only represent themselves as champions but their school, community, friends, and family as well.

ASU multi athlete Amy Bowman qualified for the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Regional in two events.

Senior Donald Boone ranked among the top in the Sun Belt Conference in scoring and steals during his junior campaign.

Ledyi Zora won over 20 matches last season as a sophomore to lead the team in victories.

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ASU senior Jeremy Willis qualified for the at large pool in the pole vault for the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

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Junior Shay Scott is currently ninth on the ASU alltime blocks chart. She also has 440 rebounds over the past two seasons and needs just one rebound to break into the top-20 alltime at Arkansas State.

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MPIONS ARE MADE

Samantha Santoro was named Second Team All-America last season as a true freshman.

Senior Alex Carrington was the 2008 Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Year.

Senior captain Chelsea Hopkins appeared in all 18 games for the Red Wolves and won the team Senior Tyler Thompson was Defensive MVP award. one of two ASU golfers named All-Sun Belt Conference last year.

Sophomore Cayla Fielder was named the Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year in 2008.

Senior Cassie Huffer was a 2009 All-Sun Belt Conference selection. ASU’s three Olympic medal winners and former track and field coach Guy Kochel. (From left) Bronze medal winner Dr. Tom Hill, Kochel, Gold Medal winner Al Joyner and Bronze Medal winner Earl Bell.

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Brandon Eller concluded his career as a First Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America choice in 2009.

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Athletic Facilities Arkansas State University’s athletic programs compete in top-of-the line facilities. ASU 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. A million dollar video/scoreboard is the focal point in the stadium. 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 and, most recently, 206 field level seats were added for the 2008 season. ASU’s newest women’s program, bowling, competes in the Jonesboro Bowling Center, a 40-lane state-of-the-art facility.

RidgePointe Country Club hosts the annual ASU Red Wolves Golf Classic

The ASU Soccer Park opened in 2001, one year after the program was installed. It is located at the north end of ASU Stadium and accommodates seating for 500. The complex also is the office headquarters for the program. The Convocation Center seats 10,038 for basketball and is the home of ASU’s men’s and women’s teams. It also is the site for women’s volleyball and men’s and women’s indoor track and field. ASU’s cross country teams run on a wellplanned course which originates and has its finish line at the Garry Meadows Arena at the Equine Center.

Convocation Center—Pride of ASU men’s and women’s basketball and indoor track and field

ASU Baseball plays at Tomlinson Stadium and Kell Field

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Athletic Facilities

ASU Soccer Park opened in 2001

Sage Meadows Golf Club has been the site of two Sun Belt Conference golf championships

Track & Field moved into a new facility in spring 2004

In addition to playing at Allen Park (above), RidgePointe Tennis Center, Three Oaks Racquet Club, and the Jonesboro Country Club provide their facilities in inclement weather.

ASU Stadium—Home of ASU Football

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University Administration

UNIVERSITY VICE CHANCELLORS

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Michael Medlock Jonesboro

Dr. G. Dan Howard Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs and Research

Dr. Rick Stripling Vice Chancellor Student Affairs

Mr. Ed Kremers Vice Chancellor Finance & Administration

Mr. Cristian Murdock Vice Chancellor University Advancement

(Chair) Dr. Leslie Wyatt University System President

Florine Tousant Milligan

Forrest City (Vice Chair)

Howard Slinkard Rogers (Secretary)

Mike Gibson Osceola

Ron Rhodes Cherokee Village

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INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS COMMITTEE ASU President Dr. Les Wyatt announced the formation of the new Intercollegiate Athletics Committee in the spring of 1997. The Intercollegiate Athletics Committee reviews and makes recommendations on issues involving the welfare of student-athletes, the role of athletics in campus life, and the athletics proNonie Wiggins gram’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. 106

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Dr. Robert L. Potts, University Chancellor

Robert L. Potts was appointed as the first chancellor of Arkansas State University-Jonesboro in November 2006. During his tenure, the university has recorded steady enrollment growth, reinvigorated its International Program, expanded distance learning opportunities and placed new emphasis on the institution's research mission. Recent campus construction projects include the Donald W. Reynolds Center for Health Sciences, which was made possible by the largest single gift in ASU history, the Delta Center for Economic Development, and a new 80,112 sq. ft. Student Recreation Center. Fall semester enrollment in 2008 was 11,490, and ASU-Jonesboro has more than 60,000 living alumni. Chancellor Potts' current professional leadership activities include the board of directors of the Arkansas Research Alliance; the Commission on Lifelong Learning of the American Council on Education; the board of directors of Economics Arkansas; the executive council of the President’s Council of the Arkansas Department of Higher Education; Arkansas Yellow Ribbon Task Force; and member of the Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship Advisory Council. Potts has had a distinguished career in higher education, serving as the chancellor of the North Dakota University System before moving to Jonesboro. Previously, he served as president of the University of North Alabama. Earlier in his career, he served as general counsel for the University of Alabama System. Potts attended Newbold College, Bracknell, Berkshire, England, and graduated cum laude from Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, Tenn., with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He thereafter graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law with a Juris Doctor degree, and served as an editor of the Alabama Law Review. He later graduated from Harvard University with a Master of Laws degree. Robert Potts met his wife, Irene Elisabeth Johansson, a native of Sweden, while they were students in England. They are the parents of two adult children. Julie Anna Potts and her husband Parks Shackelford live in the Washington, D.C. area, where Julie Anna is general counsel for the American Farm Bureau Federation and Parks, a native of Jones, La., currently works for Florida Crystals, a sugar cane company. The couple are the parents of twin daughters, Ella and Olivia, and one son, Duke. Robert Leslie Potts, Jr. is employed as a financial analyst by Mississippi State University. Les Potts and his wife Holly are the parents of two daughters, Claire Elisabeth and Anna Leslie, and reside in Starkville, Mississippi. 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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Dr. Dean Lee, Director of Athletics

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When the Arkansas State University athletics program reaches its 100th birthday this year, Dean Lee's name will figure prominently in the celebration. ASU athletics is entering its 100th year and Lee still has a little more time to continue restoring the old and building new tradition for Arkansas State. Under Lee’s direction, the ASU athletic department enjoyed another significant year in 2008-09. Not only did ASU enjoy some of the most exciting moments ever on the fields, courts, and tracks, but also in the arenas of academics, donor and alumni involvement, community service and achievement. The 2008 AAFF’s Outstanding Athletic Director, Lee serves on the NCAA Men’s Basketball Issues Committee, the BCS Athletic Directors Advisory Committee and the Division 1A Athletic Directors Association Board of Trustees. He has guided the athletic department to annual success academically and competitively, but last year ASU athletics once again enjoyed growth through a number of unique accomplishments and projects as well. For instance, the ASU Athletic Department received the largest single donation in its history, a $400,000 gift from Charles Luter that will be used to enhance the athletic academic facility. ASU secured an unprecedented $1 million contract for its Sept. 4, 2010 football game at Auburn, the Red Wolves set a school-record in football attendance, festivities such as Jazz in Jonesboro continued to grow and improve, the bowling team made its second straight appearance in the NCAA National Championships and two studentathletes were named Academic All-America as well. His vision for ASU Athletics was revealed in a video called “Inside A-State Athletics, which focuses on the Red Wolves athletic programs and how the athletic department plans to meet challenges in the future. As recent as 2008, 206 field-level seats and new party boxes available for corporate events were added to Tomlinson Stadium, the Convocation Center weight room underwent major renovations that included new weights and cardio equipment and Lee was instrumental in the recruitment and hiring of John Brady, who was just two years removed from an NCAA Final Four appearance, as the Red Wolves new men’s basketball coach. Those are just a few of the many ways the ASU athletic department has continued to develop under Lee, who is always looking for new and creative ways to take the Red Wolves athletic program to the next level while maintaining its main focus on academics, competitive performance and a well-rounded environment for student-athletes. Entering his eighth year as Director of Athletics, Lee is even hungrier for ASU to have continued success in all areas. He has already made great strides in enabling Arkansas State's Department of Athletics to become one of the most respected programs around. Dr. Lee became ASU's 10th Director of Athletics July 9, 2002. It wasn't long before the department began to experience important and progressive changes which were capped by an unprecedented “State of A-State” address in the spring of 2004. When he concluded the address to a packed house, there was no mistaking that he is committed to building a successful program at ASU. In a very short time, he has orchestrated sellout and capacity crowds, overseen the expansion and growth of ASU's athletic facilities, and provided sound leadership to both the athletic staff and population of student-athletes. Lee came to ASU from Oklahoma State University, where he was the Associate Director of Athletics for External Operations. His administrative experience at two NCAA Division I-A universities, OSU and the University of Arkansas, and his achievements in mobilizing financial support make him well-suited for Arkansas State University and Northeast Arkansas. While at the University of Arkansas, Lee served as the Vice President of the Razorback Foundation. In addition, Dr. Lee's experience as athletic director at Arkansas Tech University and his familiarity with ASU and the state of Arkansas help him feel right at home. He earned his bachelor's degree in 1979 and master's in education at Henderson State University, then completed his doctor of education degree at the University of Arkansas in 1989. Although born in Tulsa, Okla., Lee competed in high school sports in Berryville, Arkansas, and was selected to play in the all-Star basketball and football games in 1975. He also played basketball, baseball and tennis at Henderson State, where he later served as an assistant coach. He played in two national championship games as a member of Henderson State’s basketball team. He was head basketball coach at Malvern High School early in his career. Dean and wife Reba are the parents of two daughters, Diamond Olivia (14) and Anna Pearl (12). 108

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DR. DEAN LEE Director of Athletics

DOUG ABEL Senior Associate Director of Athletics

JERRY SCOTT Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports Information

BRAD PIETZ Assistant Director of Athletics for Development

LAUREN ADAMS Academic Adviser

JOHN ARCE Director of Strength & Conditioning

RON CARROLL Head Certified Trainer

RYAN DICKSON Equipment Supervisor

TABITHA FOREMAN Athletics Secretary

MARTHA McFERRON Cheerleader Adviser

ROSS MILLER Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning

CHAD STURKIE Assistant Certified Trainer

BILL TEMPLETON Director of Major Gifts

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DOUG DOGGETT DANIEL FEIG Associate Director of Assistant Director of Athletics for External Athletics for Compliance Operations & Director of the Red Wolf Club

GLEEN HART Assistant Director of Athletics for Marketing & Promotions

RANDY KNOWLES Assistant Director of Athletics for Facilities & Event Management

KAREN BARKER Administrative Asstistant to Director of Athletics

BRAD BOBO Director of Corporate Sales

BOBBY BURTON Athletics Facilities Supervisor for Grounds & Landscape

MEREDITH GREEN A-Team Adviser

JASON GREGORY Director of Football Operations

BRAD HERMAN Academic Adviser

LEELA KELLER Men’s Basketball Administrative Asst.

VAN PROVENCE Assistant Director of Sports Information

ANTHONY REYNOLDS Assistant Director of Sports Information

JOHN RILEY Video Coordinator

KAREN RINEHART Administrative Asst. to Head Football Coach

SANDRA SMYTHE Compliance Secretary

NATALIE TROTTER Assistant Certified Trainer

TREVOR WHITE Eligibility Specialist

CAROLINE WILLIAMS Athletics Administrative Assistant

GINA WINCHESTER Administrative Asst. to Red Wolf Club

LON BADEAUX Track & Field, Cross Country Head Coach

JULIE LESSITER

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BRIAN BOYER Women’s Basketball Head Coach

JOHN BRADY Men’s Basketball Head Coach

JUSTIN INGRAM Women’s Volleyball Head Coach

STEVE JOHNSON Men’s Golf Head Coach

JUSTIN KOSTICK Women’s Bowling Head Coach

GINGER BROWN LEMM Women’s Golf Head Coach

DEREK PITTMAN Women’s Soccer Head Coach

TOMMY RAFFO Baseball Head Coach

STEVE ROBERTS Football Head Coach

MARCIA WILLIAMS Women’s Tennis Head Coach

JULIE ALLEN Women’s Volleyball Assistant Coach

COREY BATOON Football Assistant Coach

LISA BERG Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach

JASON BROOKS Track & Field, Cross Country Assistant Coach

JEFF CLAPACS Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

CHRIS COOK Baseball Assistant Coach

KEVIN CORLESS Football Assistant Coach

CHAD DOLLAR Men’s Basketball Associate Head Coach

MARINA ENGELBRECHT Women’s Tennis Assistant Coach

TONY GILBERT Football Assistant Coach

DAVID GUNN Football Assistant Coach

MAURICE HARRIS Football Assistant Coach

DARREN HILLER Football Assistant Coach

TIM KENDRICK Baseball Volunteer Assistant Coach

MATT KRAFT Track & Field Assistant Coach

ELWYN McROY Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

JUSTIN MECCAGE Baseball Assistant Coach

KEVIN PEOPLES Football Assistant Coach

REBECCA PEOPLES Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

TANYA RAY Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

DOUG RUSE Football Assistant Coach

TYLER SISKEY Football Assistant Coach

JENNIFER SULLIVAN Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

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LAURA ALVA Athletic Training GA

JACOB ANDERSON Strength & Conditioning GA

BARRY BROUSSARD Development GA

KATEY BUCKLEY Sports Information GA

JOHN CARROLL Compliance Intern

ASHLEY CHRESTMAN Athletic Training GA

SCOTT DUNAVANT Football GA

MAKINZIE FOOS Marketing and Promotions GA

MARCELO GALAFASSI Athletic Training Intern

JOELLE MAFO Women’s Volleyball GA

SCOTT McGINN Athletic Training Intern

TIM PADGETT Development GA

KYLE SHIPP Football GA

JEREMY THOMAS Marketing and Promotions GA

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Over 150 ASU student-athletes were recognized for their academic achievements as members of the fall 2008 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

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Five members of the women’s bowling team were Eleven ASU student-athletes received their named to the National Tenpin Coaches Association diploma's during Fall Commencement ceremony 2007 Academic All-America Team. 2008-09 at the Convocation Center. For the sixth straight year, the women’s tennis Senior baseball player Brandon Eller was named First Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All- Caroline Starr is a nominee for the Jim McKay team was selected to the 2007 ITA All-Academic Scholarship Program. Teams and Scholar-Athletes List. America. Twenty-Four ASU student-athletes received their All ASU student-athletes combined to post a 2.92 diploma’s during the Spring Commencement cere- GPA for the fall 2009 semester. mony at the Convocation Center. Women’s golfer Amanda Harvey was awarded a Five bowlers were named to the NTCA All-Acade- fully-paid fellowship to the Univ. of Sheffield in mic Team, including Samantha Morrison who was South Yorkshire, England. a Second Team Academic All-America selection. Men’s basketball junior guard Mike Lance was Senior football player Brian Flagg was named the named a First Team ESPN The Magazine Academic College of Engineering’s Distinguished Graduating All-District VI selection. Senior and Outstanding Student.

COMPETITIVE PERFORMANCE 2008-09 Senior baseball player Chase Ware signed a free agent contract with the Cincinnati Reds. Over a dozen baseball players are competing this summer in leagues stretching from the east coast to the Midwest and into Canada.

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Baseball signee Michael Faulkner was drafted by Volleyball player Heather Gillom and Brian Flagg both received the Arkansas State University Dis- Four ASU student-athletes were First Team ESPN the Oakland Athletics in the 21st round of the The Magazine Academic All-District VI selections. Major League Baseball Draft. tinguished Service Award. The men’s golf team won the Sun Belt Conference Brandon Eller, a junior on the ASU baseball team, was named Third Team ESPN The Magazine AcaTeam Academic Award. demic All-America. Brandon Eller was one of 30 candidates for the Over 160 ASU student-athletes were recognized 2009 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. for their academic achievements as members of Senior women’s basketball player Caroline Starr the fall 2007 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. was nominated for the Sun Belt Conference PostAdditionally, over 140 student-athletes were recgraduate Award. ognized as members of the spring 2007 AD’s Honor The women's soccer team finished the Fall 2008 Roll. semester with the highest GPA (3.29) of any ASU Three ASU student-athletes were named to the athletic team. list of 74 students for the 2008 edition of Who’s Senior Brian Flagg was named First Team ESPN Who Among American Universities and Colleges. The Magazine Academic All-America. 45 student-athletes will earn their college deOver 130 ASU student-athletes were named to the grees for the 2007-08 academic year. spring 2008 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll, includASU was represented by 106 student-athletes on ing 23 with a GPA of 4.00. both the 2006-07 SBC Commissioner’s List and AcOver 150 ASU student-athletes were named to the ademic Honor Roll, announced July 13, 2007. fall 2008 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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Sophomore Murray Watts was named to the AllSun Belt Conference baseball team. Sophomore Andy Ferguson was named Sun Belt Pitcher of the Week for his performance in ASU’s victory over Fla. Atlantic May 9. Murray Watts led the Sun Belt Conference in walks. Junior outfielder Cody Pace had a 20-game hitting streak – the longest single-season hitting streak by an ASU player since former All-American Josh Yates had 21-game hitting streak during the 2007 season. The baseball team earned consecutive series victories for the first time since the 2007 season. The baseball team claimed its first series victory over traditional SBC power South Alabama since the 2005 season. AStateRedWolves.com


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The ASU women’s bowling team advanced to the NCAA Championships the last two years in a row, including 2008 (pictured)when it finished runner-up at the 2008 tournament held in Omaha, Nebraska. son. Arkansas State senior right-hander Nick Lambert broke the ASU record for career appearances with The men’s basketball team utilized one of the 101 to his credit. deepest benches in the conference with 11 players averaging over 11 minutes per game. Arkansas State pitcher Chase Ware was named to the Sun Belt Conference’s Preseason all-confer- Junior Donald Boone led the Red Wolves in scorence team, and Rivals.com also listed Ware as a ing on 16 occasions, averaging a team-best 13.6 member of its 2009 preseason All-Sun Belt Con- points per game. ference baseball team. Junior Donald Boone was named the Sun Belt ConASU baseball players showcased their talents for ference Men’s Basketball Co-Player of the Week major league scouts when the Red Wolves hosted during the month of January. a Major League Baseball scout day. Junior forward JeJuan Brown was tabbed the PreThe Red Wolves baseball fall practice schedule season Sun Belt Conference Men’s Basketball finished with intrasquad games, annually known Newcomer of the Year by Blue Ribbon publicaas the Red Wolves World Series. tions. The men’s basketball team’s 8-3 non-conference Fourteen Red Wolves have been named All-Sun record was its best since 2003-04. Belt Conference by at least one preseason football publication. The men’s basketball team eclipsed its win total for last year by three victories. 2009 ASU football signee Phillip Butterfield is competing on the USA Football’s Junior National The men’s basketball team had eight different Team this summer. players lead it in scoring, five players record double-doubles and four players score 20 or more David Johnson, a 2008 All-Sun Belt Conference sepoints in a single game during the 2008-09 sea- lection, was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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the 2009 NFL Draft. Seniors Josh Arauco, Reggie Arnold and Alex Carrington were all named to NationalChamps.net’s 2009 Preseason All-America Team. Arauco, Arnold and Carrington were named to NationalChamps.net’s 2009 Underdog Award Watch List. Alex Carrington was named to the 2009 Lott Trophy Watch List. Alex Carrington was named to the 2009 Preliminary Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List. Placekicker Josh Arauco was one of three finalists for the 2008 Lou Groza Collegiate Placekicker Award. Five football players were named the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week a combined nine times. The football team was bowl eligible for the third time over the last four seasons. Alex Carrington was named the Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Year. AStateRedWolves.com


Recent Accomplishments & Points of Pride ASU’s 11 All-Sun Belt Conference players were the at the UT-San Antonio Classic and had two players second most in the league and the most by ASU in make the all-tournament team. any conference since 1986. Veronica Smith and Shay Scott were named to the Senior tight end David Johnson played in the 2009 Preseason All-Sun Belt Conference women’s basketball team. East-West Shrine Game. The football team had a league-high 13 players, ASU made its second consecutive appearance at including six first-team selections, named to Phil the NCAA Women's Bowling Championships. Steele’s Mid-Season All-Sun Belt Conference Freshman Samantha Santoro was named Second Team. Team All-America and sophomore Samantha MorDerek Lawson was recognized by CBSSports.com rison Honorable Mention All-America. on its “Freshman Watch” list, featuring the best freshmen in college football throughout the sea- The women's bowling team ended regular-season play at 81-27 with top-five finishes in seven of son. eight tournaments. Senior linebacker Ben Owens was named the Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the The women’s bowling team won the Griffin InviWeek. tational in St. Louis, Mo.

Senior Amy Bowman won the women’s pentathlon and was the women’s high-point scorer at the SBC Indoor Championships. Stephanie Foreman won the pole vault at the SBC Indoor Championships, while ASU claimed four of the top six spots in the event. Carlos Mattis won the high jump at the SBC Indoor Track and Field Championships. Twelve ASU track and field athletes held at least one spot on the Sun Belt Conference’s top-five “bests” list for all events during the outdoor season. Erica Naeger and Carlos Mattis were both named an SBC Field Performer of the Week during the spring semester.

2007-08 The football team broke the Sun Belt Conference The women’s soccer team broke the school and ASU Stadium records for points in a game records for single-season attendance, points, as- The women’s bowling team was the 2008 NCAA with 83 against Texas Southern. National Championship runner-up. sists and shots in 2008. The football team defeated Texas A&M for its first The women’s tennis team finished 13-8 overall victory over a BCS school since it joined NCAA and 4-4 against Sun Belt Conference opponents. FBS. The women’s tennis team built a seven-match ASU had players on the Lou Groza, Ray Guy, Doak winning streak during the month of March and Walker, Butkus, Outland Trophy and Rotary Lom- battled their way past UALR into the second round bardi Award watch lists. of the SBC Championships. The men’s golf team had two players (Tyler Middle blocker Cayla Fielder was named the Sun Thompson, Lloyd du Preez) named All-Sun Belt Belt Conference Volleyball Freshman of the Year. Conference for the first time since 2000. Justin Ingram was named ASU’s sixth head volleyThe men’s golf team had two top-three finishes, ball coach at a press conference held April 17, including a runner-up finish at the 13th Annual 2009 at the Convocation Center. Red Wolf Classic, and completed the season with a winning record. The volleyball team won at least 20 matches for the second time over the last three seasons, and Five men’s golfers placed among the top-five in- also won two tournaments in 2008. dividual finishers in at least one tournament and two players finished runner-up in at least one out- Erin Neeley was named the Sun Belt Conference ing. Volleyball Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 20. A junior on the women’s golf team, Cassie Huffer was named All-Sun Belt Conference. The track and field teams had eight student-athletes qualify regionally for the NCAA Outdoor The women’s golf team had five players with a meet. top-25 finish individually during at least one tournament. Charmisha Morrow was named the Sun Belt Conference’s Women’s Track and Field Outstanding The women’s golf team finished the season with a Freshman. winning record under first-year head coach Ginger Brown-Lemm. Stephanie Foreman won the pole vault, Amy Bowman the heptathlon and Charmisha Morrow the The women’s golf team had four top-five finishes. 400 meters at the Sun Belt Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships. The women’s basketball team ended the regular season on a six-game winning streak that included Freshman Amy Weaver broke the school record in three road victories. the 3000 meter steeple chase during the outdoor season. The women’s basketball team secured a firstround Sun Belt Conference Tournament home The Red Wolves finished in fourth place at the SBC game for the third consecutive year. Indoor Championships, hosted by ASU, on both the men’s and women’s side. The women’s basketball team went undefeated 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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The football team defeated Conference USA foes SMU and Memphis at Indian Stadium, where it now holds a 22-7 record under head coach Steve Roberts. The women’s basketball team posted its second consecutive 20-win season and third over the last four years. The baseball team defeated No. 2 nationally ranked Ole Miss 7-5 at Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field. Volleyball head coach Craig Cummings won his 300th career match and 100th career Sun Belt Conference match at Arkansas State. ASU named John Brady, who led LSU to the Final Four in 2006, its 15th all-time head men’s basketball coach on March 19, 2008. The women’s cross country team were ranked as high as 15th in the South Central Region of the NCAA Division I Regional Rankings. The women’s tennis team defeated No. 57 UAB, but also recorded victories over teams such as Memphis, Southern Illinois, Louisiana Tech and Air Force. The women’s golf team won the 2007 ULM/Fred Marx Challenge, played Sept. 24-25. Head Women’s Basketball Coach Brian Boyer was recognized by the Sun Belt Conference for winning his 150th career game last season. ASU placed 12-student athletes on an all-conference team. Senior Katie Peil became just the eighth volleyball player all-time to join the 1,000/1,000 club

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Recent Accomplishments & Points of Pride featured speaker on ESPN’s Outside the Lines tel- Volleyball player Mafo Joelle won the Dr. Hank evision program. Jordan Degree Completion Award.

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Senior safety Tyrell Johnson, named the 2007 Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Year, was Head football coach Steve Roberts was a guest a second round selection in the 2008 NFL Draft. conductor at this year’s Delta Symphony Orchestra concert. Three ASU football players signed NFL contracts For the third year in a row, the ASU Athletics Dein 2008. partment will hold a women’s football clinic for ASU student-athletes were awarded the Sun Belt Red Wolves fans this summer. Conference Player/Performer of the Week honor The ASU Athletics Department kicked off its “Un13 times during 2007-08. leash the Wolf” campaign when members of the Lloyd du Preez, who won the UTA/Waterchase In- football team signed autographs and distributed vitational, on the men’s golf team was named the posters and schedule cards and called season ticket holders to promote the upcoming season at Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year. Turtle Creek Mall in Jonesboro. Women’s basketball freshman Shay Scott was named to the 2008 Sun Belt Conference All-Tour- Four soccer players are using their summer giving back to the community through mission trips and nament Team. campus outreach programs.

FACILITIES The Red Wolf Club held its annual meeting, where three new board members were named and awards were presented to the club’s spring camA total renovation on the men’s and women’s bas- paign top volunteers. ketball and volleyball locker rooms is in progress. The project will expand the locker rooms by a The Athletic Department announced it utilize the social networking tool “Twitter” to help commucombined estimated area of 500 square feet. nicate with Red Wolves fans. The ASU Athletic Department received the largest single donation in its history, a $400,000 gift from The Red Wolf Club is in the midst of its summer Charles Luter that will be used to enhance the golf tour, making stops in Newport, Osceola, athletic academic facility, which has been re- Paragould and Blytheville. named the Charles F. Luter Family Academic SucASU student-athletes participated in the athletic cess Center. department’s fifth annual Senior Prom at the St. The University is currently constructing a new Bernard’s Auditorium. basketball practice court in the HPESS Building and new tennis courts that will serve as the home ASU held a cookout for its student-athletes at one of its baseball games in honor of National Studentof the Red Wolves women’s tennis team. Athlete Day.

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2007-08 206 field-level seats and party boxes were added at Tomlinson Stadium and Kell Field. The Convocation Center weight room underwent major renovations that included new weights, cardio equipment, doors, lighting and wall covering.

The H.T. “Pug” Winters Degree Completion Award went to baseball player Guy Brown and tennis player Paula Chelminska. The Billy Gene Davidson Award was presented to football player Brett Shrable. The Red Wolf Club kicked off its annual membership drive this spring. The campaign is designed much like a “Final Four” competition with volunteers going head-to-head in four divisions to raise money and members. The divisions include financial, university, medical and community. The campaign and renewal process made April 2009 the single best month of fundraising in the club’s history. The Red Wolf Club produced a 20-minute video called “Inside A-State Athletics”, which features Director of Athletics Dr. Dean Lee. The presentation focuses on the athletic programs at ASU and how the ASU Athletics Department plans to meet challenges in the future. DVDs were sent to every member of the Red Wolf Club as well as corporate partners. The Red Wolf Club has launched a new Web site at www.theredwolfclub.com. The site is consistent with the format of the new brochure and features a user friendly guide to seating and parking benefits associated with various levels of membership in the Red Wolf Club.

With the help of Co-Chairmen Jim Pickens and Robert Evans, the Red Wolf Club is planning for the 25th annual A-State Golf Classic (August 1-2 in Hot Springs). Sponsorships have already surpassed last year’s totals, and tee times are beginning to fill up. Governor Beebe is again the Honorary Chair with Senator Paul Bookout coming The football team will play a nationally televised on board this year as the Honorary Co-Chair. game by ESPN2 at Louisiana-Monroe during the Student-athletes from various sports participated 2009 season. in numerous community service projects such as Ten former ASU football players worked out for “Reading with the Red Wolves”, autograph sesscouts from six NFL franchises at ASU’s 2009 “Pro sions, volunteer coaching and volunteering at the Red Cross Shelter in the Convocation Center. Day”.

ASU Athletics held its annual Student-Athlete Sen- The women’s basketball team held a “Think Pink” ior Ring Ceremony at the ASU Student Union Au- game to help promote breast cancer awareness. ditorium. A state-of-the-art ProGreen artificial surface was ASU announced it has received a $125,000 donainstalled in Indian Stadium. Baseball player Brandon Eller, track and field per- tion from 1950’s ASU All-America football player former Amy Bowman and football player Brian Frank Farella. The Barton’s Baseball Deck, a picnic area for fans, Flagg were named the 2009 Terry Gwin Award was a new addition to Tomlinson Stadium. Arkansas State’s mascot, Howl, was selected to winners. be the grand marshal of the 2008 Northeast A modern-era media room was constructed in the Brandon Eller and basketball player Caroline Starr Arkansas Christmas Parade. Convocation Center. were nominated for the Sun Belt Conference ASU Athletics teamed up with the Food Bank of Sporting Behavior Award. MARKETING, RED WOLF Northeast Arkansas to provide for needy families CLUB, SPECIAL EVENTS & Caroline Starr was nominated for NCAA Woman of during the holiday season. AWARDS the Year. ASU’s new Red Wolves logo was placed on one of 2007-08 Brian Flagg and Amy Bowman were nominated as Razorback Concrete Company’s mixer trucks, adding visibility for ASU Athletics. SBC Student-Athletes of the Year. Head men’s basketball coach John Brady was a

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An impressive 53-foot long equipment trailer covered in a creative “wrap” design was unveiled by the ASU athletic department in 2006. coach Mike Tomlin, as well as former standout Under the direction of Trustee Emeritus Jim Pickrunning back and Ring of Honor member Maurice ens and Government Liaison Robert Evans, the Red Wolf Club and the ASU golf teams hosted their Carthon. most successful fundraiser in the tournament’s 24 ASU held its annual Football Recruiting Round-Up, year history raising more than $58,000. an event in which ASU fans had the opportunity to watch highlights of the new signees and here Director of Athletics Dr. Dean Lee and head recruiting stories from all of the members of the coaches Steve Roberts, Tommy Raffo and John Brady all spoke at the Jonesboro Regional ChamASU football coaching staff. ber of Commerce’s monthly Power Breakfast In an attempt to provide some relief for the event. Jonesboro community after the ice storm in late January, the ASU Athletics Department held “Dis- The ASU Athletic Department held a special “Welaster Relief” games for its basketball double- come Back” reception for student-athletes from header against WKU with all fans admitted to all 16 Red Wolves teams at the Convocation Center. both games free of charge.

ASU Athletics signed a five-year extension with the Collegiate Licensing Company to continue to oversee the department's licensing program. ASU posted a record fiscal year for licensing royalties in 2007-08 with CLC and is on pace for another record year in 2009. ASU fans enjoyed festivities such as an improved tailgating experience, fireworks, Lil’ Red Wolf activities, an expanded “Kids Zone,” receptions, Jazz in Jonesboro, Youth Day, Heroes Day and Hall of Honor ceremonies that have surrounded football game days at ASU Stadium. American Idol and Country Music Star Josh Gracin headlined the entertainment for Jazz in Jonesboro, which attracted the largest crowd in the history of the event.

Jerry Rook, ASU’s all-time men’s basketball lead- ASU began its new Red Wolf traditions at the first ing scorer, was inducted into the Arkansas Sports “Order of the Pack” pep rally on Sept. 4 at the ASU introduced Howl to the public at its first Convocation Center. home football game. Hall of Fame as a member of the 2009 class. Seven-time Major League Baseball All-Star Will ASU continued to improve its online content, inClark headlined the ASU baseball team’s 7th an- cluding additions to the “State Zone” that upgraded content for both members and free public nual Grand Slam Celebration. access. Arkansas State secured an unprecedented $1 million-dollar contract for its Sept. 4, 2010 football The brand-new mobile store at www.astateredwolves.com was created with ringtones, wallpagame at Auburn. pers and even video clips available for A-State Julie Lessiter was named ASU’s Associate AD for fans. Student Services and SWA on Feb. 9, 2009. Tim Langford, Lauren Fair Harmon, Bob FerGovernor Mike Beebe was the Honorary Chairper- ralasco and Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe were son for the 2008 A-State Golf Classic held at Hot inducted into the ASU Athletic Hall of Honor. Springs Country Club on August 2nd and 3rd. 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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The men’s basketball team attended Tailgate City and the Kids’ Zone, meeting fans, passing out schedules and signing autographs before the football game. Director of Athletics Dr. Dean Lee was a member of the 1975-76 Henderson State Univ. basketball team that was inducted into the Reddie Hall of Honor. The athletic department held the First Annual ASU Fan Fest held at the ASU Convocation Center with its men’s and women’s basketball teams. AStateRedWolves.com


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AASU’s average attendance of 21,105 in 2008 broke the single-season record for home attendance, which was previously 17,882 set in 2006. ASU announced that all Red Wolves men’s and Nov. 7-9. All 250 booths were sold for the event women’s basketball games will be aired on KWHF as nearly 9,000 people came through the doors. This represents a 20% increase in attendance over 95.9 FM The Wolf during the 2008-09 season. last year. Head coaches John Brady and Ginger Brown Lemm greeted fans and signed autographs at the Jones2007-08 boro Wal-Mart on Highland Drive. ASU officially retired the Indian Family as its masThe athletic department held the Fifth Annual cot during halftime of a men’s basketball game ASU Open at Sage Meadows Golf Course in Jones- played Feb. 28, 2008. boro. The Red Wolf Club succeeded in its focus to increase the number of lettermen participating A roll-out ceremony for ASU’s new adopted masby doubling the number from the previous year. cot, the Red Wolves, was held March 13, 2008 at the Student Union. Members of the football team met with children at Jonesboro Health, Wellness and Environmental Over 60 ASU student-athletes participated in reading, playing games, art and P.E. classes durStudies Magnet School. ing Fox Meadow Elementary’s “In School Camp In partnership with ASU, the U.S. Postal Service Out”. sold special edition pictorial cancellations commemorating ASU’s first football game as the Red The ASU Athletic Department held its fourth annual Senior Citizen Prom, which has become a Wolves. major community outreach project the last sevMembers of the women's basketball team took the eral years. opportunity to participate in the United Way Day The ASU Athletic Department helped collect items of Caring. this spring to be given to victims of the recent The women’s soccer team wore pink jerseys in a flooding across the state. game for Breast Cancer research before auctioning the jerseys off. Fifty percent of the proceeds The ASU women’s basketball reached out and spent time with children at St. Jude Children’s went to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Hospital in Memphis. The athletic department’s largest and oldest fundraiser was once again a huge success. Lil’ Bit Amanda DeWalt (VB) and Alfred Louis (FB) were of Christmas was held at the Convocation Center selected to represent ASU at the 2008 NCAA Na2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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tional Student-Athlete Development Conference. Lesley Hale (women’s track and field) and Tarius Moss (men’s track and field) were selected to attend the NCAA Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas. Student-athletes were very active in the community, reaching out to local schools, businesses and other sources of service.

ATTENDANCE 2008-09 ASU increased its season ticket sales for men’s basketball for the first time in 10 years. Season ticket sales for ASU’s home men’s basketball games were up 11 percent over last year’s total. The 11 percent jump represented the first increase in season ticket sales in 10 years. ASU doubled last season’s walk-up ticket sales for its home men’s basketball games this year. ASU’s first four football home crowds of the 2008 season all ranked among the top 10 in ASU Stadium history. It is the first time in ASU history that the football team played four home games each in front of 20,000 or more spectators during the same season. ASU’s average attendance of 21,105 broke the single-season record for home attendance, which was previously 17,882 set in 2006. AStateRedWolves.com


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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. 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, 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. Jonesboro is a great city of 60,000, and is always ready to welcome incoming ASU students from the moment they arrive in town. The booming community has matured over the past half 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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. . . More About Jonesboro •

Regionally located with numerous services for Northeast Arkansas, portions of Tennessee & Missouri. • More than 100 industries are located in Jonesboro. • Cited as Volunteer and Arkansas Community of Year. • Ideal climate and temperature provide a variety of recreational activities including hunting, fishing, golf, park activities, tennis, boating, swimming, camping and picnicking. • Downtown Jonesboro is revitalized into area including loft housing, restaurants, specialty shops, weekly and weekend concerts featuring everything from gospel to rap. • Site of new Mall at Turtle Creek which houses over 100 new stores. Construction of the mall, which opened in March 2006, exceeded $100 million. Jonesboro is living up to its slogan of “People, Pride, and Progress” Memphis is less than a hour away from the ASU campus.

Jonesboro is also the medical hub of northeast Arkansas and southeast Missouri, with 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. 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. Jonesboro is a comfortable one hour 2009-10 ASU Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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. 119

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Media Information PRINT MEDIA

TELEVISION

RADIO

Jonesboro Sun P.O. Box 1249 Jonesboro, AR 72403 870-935-5525 (Phone) 870-935-5823 (Fax) sports@jonesborosun.com Sports Editor: Kevin Turbeville Beat Writer: Matt Roberson

KAIT-TV (ABC) P.O. Box 790 Jonesboro, AR 72403 870-931-8888 (Phone) 870-933-8058 (Fax) sports@kait8.com

KASU (91.9 FM) P.O. Box 2160 State University, AR 72467 870-972-3070

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette P.O. Box 2221 Little Rock, AR 72203 501-378-3411 (Phone) 501-375-4521 (Fax) Sports Editor: Wally Hall Beat Writer: Todd Traub todd_traub@ardemgaz.com Associated Press 10802 Executive Center Dr., Suite 100 Little Rock, AR 72211 501-225-3668 (Phone) 501-225-3249 (Fax) pebbles@ap.org The Herald P.O. Box 1930 State University, AR 72467 87-972-3075 (Phone) 870-910-8042 (Fax) herald@astate.edu Sports Editor: Jonathan Willard Memphis Commercial Appeal 495 Union Avenue Memphis, TN 38101 800-444-6397 (Phone) 901-529-2362 (Fax) sports@gomemphis.com Sports Editor: Gary Robinson Stephens Media Group 401 South Victory Little Rock, AR 72201 501-374-0699 (Office) 501-374-0860 (Fax) hking@arkansasnews.com Paragould Daily Press P.O. Box 38 Paragould, AR 72450 870-239-8562 (Phone) 870-239-8565 (Fax) scoop@paragoulddailypress.com Sports Editor: Mike McKinney Newport Daily Independent 2408 Hwy 367 North Newport, AR 72112 870-523-5855 (Phone) 870-523-6542 (Fax) sports@newportindependent.com Sports Editor: Ken Duvall

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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) sports@katv.com KTHV-TV (CBS) 8th & Izard Little Rock, AR 72203 501-244-4572 (Phone) 501-376-1645 (Fax) sports@todaysthv.com

EAST ARKANSAS BROADCASTERS 403 West Parker Road Jonesboro, AR 72401 KWHF (95.9 FM) 870-934-5009 KBTM (1230 AM) 870-935-5597 KFIN (107.9 FM) 870-932-1079 KIYS (101.9 FM) 870-935-5598 KNEA (970 AM) 870-932-8400 TRIPLE FM 314 Union Jonesboro, AR 72401 KJBX (106.7 FM) 870-933-8800 KDXY (104.9 FM) 870-933-8800 KEGI (100.5 FM) 870-934-5009 KCJF (103.9 FM) P.O. Box 789 Wynne, AR 72396 870-238-8141

KLRT-TV (FOX) 10800 Colonel Glenn Road Little Rock, AR 72204 501-217-4257 (Phone) 501-227-0855 (Fax) draath@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

KDRS (1490 AM) 400 Tower Drive Paragould, AR 72450 870-236-7627 KPOC/KRLW (106.3 FM) P.O. Box 508 Pocahontas, AR 72455 870-886-6666 KABZ (103.7 FM The Buzz) 2400 Cottondale Lane Little Rock, AR 72202 870-886-6666 ESPN Radio (730 AM) 203 Beale Street, Suite 204 Memphis, TN 38103 901-522-1919 WHBQ (Sports 560 AM) 6080 Mt. Moriah Ext. Memphis, TN 38115 901-522-1919

WPTY-TV (ABC) 2701 Union Extended Memphis, TN 38112 901-323-2430 (Phone) 901-452-1820 (Fax) eyewitnessnews@abc24.com

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Media Information DIRECTIONS TO THE ASU CONVOCATION CENTER From Memphis International Airport: Start going toward the Airport Exit on Wichester 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 41 miles. Take ramp toward Caraway Road/Stadium Boulevard for 0.2 miles. Bear right on Stadium Boulevard and go 2.2 miles. Turn left on Aggie and then take a right on Olympic and the Convocation Center will be on the left. Parking is available to members of the media on a paved lot adjacent to the Media Entrance on the east side of the arena, Lot “A”. 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-167 North and go 48.4 miles. Continue on US 67 North for 25.3 miles. Take exit 90/Jonesboro and go 0.3 miles. Turn right on AR-14 and continue for 18.6 miles. Turn left on US 49 and go 22.6 miles. Take ramp onto US 49 North and go 2.7 miles until taking the Stadium Boulevard exit for 0.2 miles. Turn left on Stadium Boulevard and go 2.2 miles. Turn left on Aggie and then take a right on Olympic and the Convocation Center will be on the left. Parking is available for working media on the northwest grass lot of the stadium complex. Parking is available to members of the media on a paved lot adjacent to the Media Entrance on the east side of the arena, Lot “A”.

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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. 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 ASU Sports Information Office. 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 ASU reserves the right to revoke passes and privileges at any time due to misrepresentation or misconduct. Requests for roadgame 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, first-serve basis. All parking pass requests should be made to the Sports Information Office. ENTRY: Media representatives with proper ASUissued 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 Sports Information Office. Phone are available in the Media Room as well as light refreshments. 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.

athlete interview during the week, contact Van Provence, Assistant Sports Information Director at (870) 972-2707. All interviews must be approved by the head coach. INJURY INFORMATION POLICY: A student-athlete's protected 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 studentathlete's authorization under HIPAA or their consent under the Buckley Amendment. Authorized/consented injury information pertaining to a student-athlete 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 Van Provence, Assistant Sports Information Director at (870) 9722541, 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 Women’s Basketball will be on 103.9 Earl FM and will also be available over the internet at the ASU Athletics website - AStateRedWolves.com. Brad Bobo is the “Voice of the Red Wolves”. The visiting team’s “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 Jerry Scott, Sports Information Director. WEB ACCESS: In addition, schedules, rosters, statistics, bios, etc. are available on the official ASU athletics website. Access the site at www.AStateRedWolves.com and then click on women’s basketball.

ARKANSAS STATE SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF

Jerry Scott Director Office: 870-972-3405 Cell: 870-243-6021 jscott@astate.edu

Van Provence Assistant Director Office: 870-972-2707 Cell: 870-897-5010 vprovence@astate.edu

Anthony Reynolds Assistant Director Office: 870-972-3547 Cell: 870-530-4454 areynolds@astate.edu

Katey Buckley Graduate Assistant Office: 870-972-2428 Cell: 870-838-5967 kathryn.buckley@smail.astate.edu

Guy Brown, Alec Childress, Adam Garner, Brodrick Johnson, Ashlyn Kohler, Trenna Lauhon Student Assistants Main Phone: 870-972-2541 Fax: 870-972-3367 Mailing Address: ASU Sports Information P.O. Box 1000 State University, AR 72467 Delivery Address: Athletic Department 217 Olympic Dr. Jonesboro, AR 72401

INTERVIEWS: Head coach Brian Boyer will be available for interviews in the media room after each game, following a brief team meeting. ASU 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-

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3 Ebonie Jefferson G 5-9 Sr. Laurel, Mississippi Northeast Jones HS

14 Quinishia McDowell G 5-8 Fr.-RS Monroe, Louisiana Quachita Parish HS

20 Meghan Lewis G 5-8 So. St. Louis, Missouri McCluer-S. Berkeley HS

21 NeNe Hurst G 5 - 10 So. St. Louis, Missouri Kirkwood HS

22 Shay Scott F 6-2 Jr. N. Little Rock, Arkansas North Little Rock HS

23 Jasmine Taylor G/F 5 - 10 Fr. Memphis, Tennessee Central HS

24 Breaunna Ellison G/F 5-9 Jr.-TR The Colony, Texas Lon Morris College

25 Shatara Stone G 5-9 Fr. Ft. Smith, Arkansas Union Christian HS

30 Lyndsay Schlup F 6-2 Sr. California, Missouri Helias HS

32 Jessica Brown F 6-1 Fr. Memphis, Tennesee B. T. Washington HS

33 LaWanda Clayborn G 5-9 Fr. Memphis, Tennesee Melrose HS

40 Andi Watson G 5-8 Fr. Jonesboro, Arkansas Nettleton HS

50 Linsay Henke C 6-4 So. Jefferson City, Missouri Blair Oaks HS LEGEND: G = Guard F = Forward C = Center G/F = Guard/ Forward (RS = (TR =

Brian Boyer Head Coach (Missouri Western)

Tanya Ray Assistant Coach (St. Mary’s)

Rebecca Chilton-Peoples Assistant Coach (Prescott College)

Jennifer Sullivan Assistant Coach (Memphis)

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Date

Opponent

Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 13 Nov. 16 Nov. 18 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 24 Nov. 27 Nov. 30 Dec. 5 Dec. 15 Dec. 19 Dec. 22 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 6 Jan. 10 Jan. 16 Jan. 20 Jan. 23 Jan. 27 Jan. 30 Feb. 3 Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 24 Feb. 27 Mar. 6-9

Christian Brothers (Ex.) Southern Arkansas (Ex.) at Creighton at Kansas State Arkansas-Pine Bluff vs. Virginia Commonwealth# vs. Seton Hall or Morgan State# Louisiana Tech. Missouri State at St. Louis at Northern Arizona Texas-Arlington UALR* Southern Illinois at Denver* North Texas* Middle Tennessee* at South Alabama* at North Texas* at Florida International* at Florida Atlantic* Louisiana-Lafayette* Denver* at UALR* at New Orleans* ULM* at Western Kentucky* at Louisiana-Lafayette* Western Kentucky* New Orleans* Troy* Sun Belt Conference Tournament

All Times Central Time * - Sun Belt Conference Game # - Seton Hall Tournament

Location

Time

ASU Convocation Center ASU Convocation Center Omaha, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. ASU Convocation Center South Orange, N.J. South Orange, N.J. ASU Convocation Center ASU Convocation Center St. Louis, Mo. Flagstaff, Ariz. ASU Convocation Center ASU Convocation Center ASU Convocation Center Denver, Colo. ASU Convocation Center ASU Convocation Center Mobile, Ala. Denton, Texas Miami, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla. ASU Convocation Center ASU Convocation Center Little Rock, Ark. New Orleans, La. ASU Convocation Center Bowling Green, Ky. Lafayette, La. ASU Convocation Center ASU Convocation Center ASU Convocation Center Hot Springs, Ark.

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 8:35 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 5:00 p.m. TBA 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 8:07 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. TBA

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