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The 2009-10 Atlantic Sun Basketball Media Guide is a production of the A-Sun Communications office. The 2009-10 Atlantic Sun Basketball Media Guide was written and compiled by Amanda Murphy, Lauren Dale, John Roberts, Eric Moyer, Jeff Symonds and Matt Wilson. Layout and design by Amanda Murphy and Jeff Symonds. The media guide was edited by John Roberts with assistance from Laruen Dale, John Roberts, Matt Wilson and Eric Moyer.

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Photography: Courtesy of ASunPhotos.com and of individual school media relations offices. Printing: Graphic Resource Special thanks: Greg Sage and Kenisha Rhone (Belmont), Stan Cole and Jason Williams (Campbell), Mike White and Kevin Brown (ETSU), Mike Hill (FGCU), Joel Lamp and Brian DeLettre (Jacksonville), Mark Toma and Jason Hanes (Kennesaw State), Trevor Garrett (Lipscomb), Robbie Burns and Andy Stabell (Mercer), Jeff Wuerth and April Goode (UNF), Bill English and Joe Guistina (USC Upstate) and Dean Watson and Jesse Cazakoff (Stetson).

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Official Coordinators Baseball...............................................................Tony Thompson Basketball (Men).............................................................Jake Bell Basketball (Women)...............................................Curtis Shaw Soccer................................................................. Alex Ivahnenko Softball......................................................................... Betsy Kidd Volleyball.........................................................Carlos Rodriguez

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2009-10 Executive Committee President............................................ Bill Underwood, Mercer Vice-President...............................Alan Verlander, Jacksonville Secretary............................................. Barbie Breedlove, ETSU FAR.........................................................Dr. Rich Tiner, Belmont At-Large................................... Dave Waples, Kennesaw State

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A-Sun Staff Commissioner...................................................... Ted Gumbart Sr. Associate Commissioner.................................Steve Sturek Sr. Associate Commisioner...............................Sherri Booker Associate Commissioner..................................... Matt Wilson Director of Communications.................................Eric Moyer Director of Sports Services................................John Roberts Administrative Assistant................................... Brenda Tribble Business Assistant.........................................................Pat Bush Communications Assistant...................................Jeff Symonds Communications Assistant................................... Lauren Dale

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Table of Contents A-Sun Quick Facts................................................... 1 A-Sun Profile............................................................. 2 A-Sun Annual Trophies............................................ 3 Ted Gumbart............................................................. 4 A-Sun Staff................................................................. 4 Composite TV Schedule......................................... 5 Men’s Preseason Notes.......................................... 6 Men’s Preseason Polls............................................. 7 2010 General Shale Brick A-Sun Championship.....8 Belmont Bruins................................................. 10-11 Campbell Fighting Camels.............................. 12-13 ETSU Buccaneers............................................. 14-15 FGCU Eagles..................................................... 16-17 Jacksonville Dolphins....................................... 18-19 Kennesaw State Owls..................................... 20-21 Lipscomb Bisons............................................... 22-23 Mercer Bears..................................................... 24-25 UNF Ospreys.................................................... 26-27 USC Upstate Spartans.................................... 28-29 Stetson Hatters................................................ 30-31 Men’s Basketball Record Book...................... 32-54 Women’s Preseason Notes........................... 56-57 Women’s Preseason Polls..................................... 57 2010 General Shale Brick A-Sun Championship.. 59 Belmont Bruins................................................. 60-61 Campbell Lady Camels................................... 62-63 ETSU Lady Buccaneers................................... 64-65 FGCU Eagles..................................................... 66-67 Jacksonville Dolphins....................................... 68-69 Kennesaw State Lady Owls............................ 70-71 Lipscomb Lady Bisons..................................... 72-73 Mercer Bears..................................................... 74-75 UNF Lady Ospreys.......................................... 76-77 USC Upstate Spartans.................................... 78-79 Stetson Hatters................................................ 80-81 Women’s Basketball Record Book............... 82-93 Men’s Composite Schedule............................ 94-95 Women’s Composite Schedule..................... 96-97

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This is the Atlantic Sun Conference THIS IS THE ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE For more than 30 years the Atlantic Sun Conference has stood for achievement with integrity in both the academic and athletic arenas with a focus on the balance between the two for its student-athletes. The A-Sun boasts a blend of the most dynamic and prestigious private and public institutions in the region, with all committed to the conference goal of Building Winners for Life. The experience for a student-athlete in the A-Sun is supported by the entire university community, from coaches to faculty, and from the CEO’s to the athletic and academic support staff. Atlantic Sun studentathletes compete in outstanding facilities throughout the conference and in some of top markets in the Southeast. Eight A-Sun schools compete in the top 10 media markets within the conference’s five-state footprint. With All-America selections, National All-Academic honorees, teams and individuals qualifying for and advancing in NCAA Championship play, Atlantic Sun student-athletes achieve at the highest levels of collegiate athletics. ACADEMIC SUCCESS For the second straight year, all 11 institutions placed at least 50 percent of its student-athletes on the All-Academic Team. The membership also established a new overall record of 59 percent of all studentathletes earning All-Academic status during the 2007-08 academic year. Continuing a tradition of academic achievement, more than 57 percent of all student-athletes earned All-Academic status during the 2008-09 academic year. Fifteen student-athletes earned places on the 2008-09 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Teams. Belmont led the impressive institutional totals in the race for the All-Academic Trophy for the seventh time in eight years with 66.5 percent of its the student-athletes achieving All-Academic status with grade point averages of a 3.00, or better. Belmont senior Andy Wicke, Jacksonville senior Jeremy Gillan, Lipscomb junior Kellie Sirus and Campbell senior Karlie Love earned spots on CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America teams. Lipscomb’s men and women track and field teams and the women’s cross country team ranked among the top 10 GPAs in NCAA Division I, in being recognized as All-Academic Scholar Teams from the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. The Belmont men’s cross country team posted the fifth-highest GPA, according to the USTFCCCA. Wicke, one of the Bruins’ most celebrated student-athletes, shared the conference’s male Scholar Athlete of the Year award and earned the conference’s Postgraduate Scholarship. Mercer’s Chereese Rowe earned the conference’s second Postgraduate Scholarship. Wicke earned national acclaim as he became one of just two men’s basketball players to receive an educational grant through the NCAA postgraduate scholarship program. For his dedicated academic success and community service, Wicke landed on the Lowe’s All-Senior All-America Second Team and was one of 10 finalists for the Lowe’s Senior Class Award.

ing performance. Brothers turned in one of the league’s top single-season strikeout performances; Jenkins posted a 41-inning scoreless streak and Heckathorn capped his season with a dominating 15-strikeout performance against UNF, earning National Player of the Week honors. On draft night, Jenkins became just the seventh A-Sun player to be a first-round selection, going to the Blue Jays. In the supplemental phase of the first round, the Rockies picked Rex Brothers and the Brewers tabbed Heckathorn. In softball, the conference turned in one of its finest seasons in history, especially during the non-conference season. Against out-of-conference opposition, A-Sun schools posted a .602 win percentage, the fifthhighest in the nation, trailing only the SEC, Pac-10, ACC and Big 12. Five schools finished with win percentages better than .600 and FGCU and Mercer reached the 40-win mark. The Eagles established a league record for win percentage at .839 in posting a 47-9 record. For the second-consecutive May, Campbell emerged victorious at the A-Sun Championship, led by the dominating performance of MVP Brittany Stanley. She pitched all 31 innings, recorded two shutouts and struck out 26 against only two walks. One of the most dominating athletes in Atlantic Sun history closed out her career in Jacksonville’s Natasha Harvey. She led the Dolphins team titles in both Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field for a fourth-straight year and won the inaugural MVP honors at both meets as well as the Most Outstanding Field Performer award. During her four years, she won a combined 18 individual events, five Most Outstanding Performer awards, both Most Outstanding Freshman performers in addition to the two MVP honors. Off the track, she won the A-Sun’s Female Student-Athlete of the Year Award, was the A-Sun’s nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award and appeared on the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Academic team for a fourth-straight year. The 2009-10 athletic year promises to be an exciting one for the Atlantic Sun as UNF and Kennesaw State earned full Division-I status and will be eligible for all postseason tournaments. FGCU’s champion volleyball and baseball programs and USC Upstate’s soccer and softball programs have also gained access to A-Sun and NCAA postseason play. For the first time in league history, Mercer and it’s University Center will play host to the General Shale Brick Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships. The Baseball Championship leaves Florida for the first time in 16 years for Nashville, Tenn. and Lipscomb’s Dugan Field. FGCU landed its first championship, and will host volleyball in November. These new additions and venues make the upcoming year a hotly anticipated season for the Atlantic Sun.

ATHLETIC SUCCESS For the second straight season, the A-Sun made early headlines on the hardwood as Mercer, under new head coach Bob Hoffman, went on the road and defeated Alabama and Auburn within a four-day span, shooting the Bears up to the top spot in the RPI. At the General Shale Brick Atlantic Sun Championship, ETSU ended Belmont’s three-year reign, winning its first A-Sun Tournament title and making the NCAA field for the eighth time. During the Championship, Courtney Pigram became just the second player in league history to reach the 2000-point plateau. Two players could reach that mark this season in Mercer’s James Florence and Campbell’s Jonathan Rodriguez. Florence and Campbell begin the season as the second- and third-highest active scorers in the nation. During the baseball season, three A-Sun hurlers, Lipscomb’s Rex Brothers and Kennesaw State’s duo of Chad Jenkins and Kyle Heckathorn moved up the draft boards of Major League teams with every dominat-

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Jesse C. Fletcher Trophy

The Bob Vanatta Trophy, named in the spring of 1993 in honor of the former commissioner (1979-83), is awarded annually to the men’s basketball tournament champion. ETSU captured its first Vanatta Trophy last season.

Sherman Day Trophy

Seth Coy Adam Sollazzo Justin Tubbs JC Ward Micah Williams Montara Davis Natasha Dixon Natalie Pickwell Devin Thompson

Jacob Arnett Jordan Burgason Justin Glenn Rob Murphy Michael Teller Jenna Bartsokas Anna Bowers Miaca Bowman Brittany Duerk Leah McAlister Miriam McAlister Jilian Partin Katie Rollins

Lou McCullough Trophy

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The Lou McCullough Trophy, named in 1993 to honor the former Commissioner (1983-91), is awarded to the men’s golf champion. Coach McCullough passed away in September of 2000. Campbell won its second McCullough Trophy in April of 2009.

Gabor Boros Cedric Koffi Matthew Preston Lucas Reiff Zachary Rich Chalmers Rogers Nick Schneiders Mezie Uzochukwu Lesley Daniel Samantha Frost Courtney Hawkins Ebony Johnson Kimberly Pitman Kolesia Richardson Kendra Wallace Kelly Westfield Tiffany Whiting

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The Sherman Day Trophy, named in 1992, is awarded to the women’s overall points champion. Day was a founder of the New South Women’s Conference as Georgia State’s Athletics Director and served as NSWAC Commissioner from 1987-91. Jacksonville won its second consecutive Sherman Day Trophy in 2009.

Jacob Capin Preston Dodson Jonathan Rodriguez Miles Taylor Chad Thompson Lauren Arthur Katelyn Bass Matt Heramb Cara Bell Artie Marine Gara Bell Mizra Medinic Geami Britt Jon Michael Nickerson Kate Cloxton Jon Pollock Whitney Ferguson Tamasha Bolden Jessica Mack DeAndrea Bullock Amanda O’Neill Brittney Henderson Lynisha Ochogu Greteya Kelley Lindsay Smithberger Gia Lockett Lieset van den Heuvel Montinique Nixon

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The Cliff Wettig Memorial Trophy is awarded to the regular season champion in men’s basketball. Wettig, a former Samford Assistant AD and Head Basketball Coach (1979-81), was a founder of the TAAC and served as acting Commissioner through its first season of championships. The award was named for Wettig following his death in 1981. Jacksonville claimed the Wettig Trophy in March of 2009.

Marcus Allen Chris Edwards Brian Gilbert Crystal Grable Danielle Gray Davina Hamilton Lynsey Paschal Taneskei Richardson GiGi Thomas

William Corley Michael Ellis Daniel Emerson Mark Hall E.J. Kusnyer Brian Mills Brendan Walker Holly Bawden Dominique Chism Courtney Ford LaToya Jackson Nicole Leonard Anqaneice Lewis Megan Lewis Lindsey Lowrie Eryka Menzies Karalyn Powell

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Cliff Wettig Memorial Trophy

Matthew Baker Reed Baker Chad Lutkenhaus Kyle Marks Emma Beddome Courtney Chihil Kristine Herman Diana Jacklin Kelsey Jacobson Chelsea Lyles Adrianne McNally Kristina Mingos Shannon Murphy

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Bob Vanatta Trophy

Adam Barnes Keaton Belcher Matthew Dotson Drew Hanlen Henry Harris Mick Hedgepeth Jon House Alex Renfroe Scott Saunders David Stanley Andy Wicke Kristin Bunch Cacy Burtnett Tristan Daniel LaWanna Holiday Crystal Kesler Whitney Seals Rachel Swisher

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The A-Sun Men’s Overall Sports Champion is awarded the Jesse C. Fletcher Trophy. Named for the conference’s first president, Dr. Jesse C. Fletcher was a founding father of the Atlantic Sun Conference as president of Hardin-Simmons University when the league was born in 1978. ETSU earned its third consecutive Fletcher Trophy in 2008, winning the award in the first three seasons as a member of the Atlantic Sun.

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The overall points race winner’s trophy is called the Bill Bibb Trophy. It is named in honor of Bill Bibb the longest tenured commissioner in conference history. Bibb was a founding father of the conference, serving as Mercer’s head men’s basketball coach at the conference’s birth in 1978, and later as Athletics Director in the confernce’s infancy from 1980-89. Bibb was named Atlantic Sun Conference Commisssioner in 1991; a post he held until his retirement in 2007. ETSU won the third consecutive Bill Bibb Trophy in 2009.

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Ted Gumbart

Commissioner Gumbart became the fourth full-time Commissioner of the Atlantic Sun Conference in January 2007. He joined the A-Sun staff in November of 1991, as its first Assistant Commissioner. He was promoted to Associate Commissioner in 1997, and to Senior Associate Commissioner in 2004. In his roles over the past 18 years, Gumbart has overseen the championships program, conference marketing, and business administration issues for the A-Sun. He coordinated the development of the A-Sun television package, managed the internal development of the IT systems, directed conference sports scheduling, and coordinated the conference officiating programs. Gumbart has also directed numerous special projects during his tenure, including the introduction of ASun.TV in the fall of 2007, the name and logo change in 2001, the compilation of the first comprehensive A-Sun Policy Manual in 1992, the debut of the first conference Web site, the initiation of officiating coordinator programs in men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, baseball and softball, and the 25th Anniversary Celebration throughout 2003-04.

Gumbart has extensive NCAA committee service and is currently a member of PROP (Playing Rules Oversight Panel). He recently concluded a four-year term (2003-2007) as the A-Sun delegate to the NCAA Management Council, where he also served as a member of the Legislative Review Subcommittee and the Membership Subcommittee. From 1997-2002, Gumbart represented the A-Sun on the NCAA Championships and Competition Cabinet, where he served as a member of the Certified Events Subcommittee, the Administrative Committee, and chaired the Nominating Subcommittee. As a member of the Collegiate Commissioners Association (CCA), he served on the CCA Executive Committee in 2008-09 as subdivional Vice President. The A-Sun was one of the founding conferences of the Coastal Collegiate Swimming Association. Gumbart was instrumental in the organization of the swimming league and has served as its Executive Director since its formal inception in 2007. Prior to joining the A-Sun staff he worked at Stetson University in DeLand, Florida, from 1985-1991. He served as assistant information director for three years while getting his graduate degree. Promoted to director in 1988, Gumbart also taught undergraduate marketing and consumer behavior courses as an adjunct professor at Stetson. He also served two seasons as information director for the New South Women’s Conference, which later merged with the A-Sun (then TAAC) in 1991. He earned his undergraduate degree in Economics & Business at Lafayette College (1984), and earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Stetson University (1987). Gumbart and his wife Mary Beth have been married for 16 years, and they have a daughter, Taylor Suzanne, who will turn five this January. The Gumbarts reside in Macon, where the conference office has been since April 1992.

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Sherri Booker Senior Associate Commissioner/SWA

Matt Wilson Associate Commissioner

Eric Moyer Director of Communications

John Roberts Director of Sports Services

Brenda Tribble Administrative Assistant

Pat Bush Business Assistant

Jeff Symonds Communications Assistant

Lauren Dale Communications Assistant

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2009-10 A-Sun Basketball TV Schedule (Conference Games) Date Day Time Visitor Home 1/8 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET UNF FGCU 1/15 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET Mercer USC Upstate 1/22 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET Mercer Stetson 1/26 Tue. 6:00 p.m. CT Lipscomb Belmont 1/29 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET Jacksonville UNF 2/5 Fri. 6:00 p.m. CT Jacksonville Belmont 2/12 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET Kennesaw State ETSU 2/19 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET ETSU Campbell 2/27 Sat. TBA Atlantic Sun “Hot Game” 3/5 Fri. TBA Women’s Championship Semifinal #1 3/5 Fri. TBA Women’s Championship Semifinal #2 3/5 Fri. TBA Men’s Championship Semifinal #1 3/5 Fri. TBA Men’s Championship Semifinal #2 3/6 Sat. Noon ET Women’s Championship Final 3/6 Sat. 6:00 p.m. ET Men’s Championship Final All Atlantic Sun home games can be seen on ASun.TV

Network ESPN360 FSN/Sun Sports Big Ten Network FSN/Sun Sports WHAS-TV Big Ten Network SportSouth FSN Florida ESPNU FSN Ohio Sports 32 Fox College Sports ESPNU

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2009-10 A-Sun Basketball TV Schedule (Non-Conference Games) Date Day Time Visitor Home 11/13 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET FGCU Michigan State 11/15 Sun. 4:00 p.m. ET Stetson Florida 11/16 Mon. 8:30 p.m. ET USC Upstate Indiana 11/21 Sat. 4:30 p.m. ET Florida State Mercer 11/21 Sat. TBA ETSU Louisville 11/24 Tue. 6:00 p.m. CT Lipscomb Ohio State 11/27 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET Jacksonville South Carolina 12/4 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET Florida Jacksonville 12/16 Wed. 9:00 p.m. ET UNF Northwestern 12/19 Sat. 1:00 p.m. CT Lipscomb Cincinnati 12/19 Sat. 2:00 p.m. ET UNF Marquette 12/21 Mon. 8:00 p.m. CT Lipscomb Arizona 12/29 Tue. 8:00 p.m. CT Belmont Kansas

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR BEN SMITH LOOKS TO LEAD DOLPHINS BACK TO NCAA TOURNAMENT In four years at the helm as the head coach for Jacksonville, Cliff Warren has brought his Dolphins back to prominence from a onewin campaign in 2006 to a regular-season title in 2009 and their first postseason appearance in more than 20 years. The Dolphins earned top billing in preseason polls from several national outlets, the A-Sun media and shared the favorite status with Lipscomb. Ben Smith leads a group of four returning starters. The Preseason Player of the Year averaged almost 17 points in addition with four assists per game. Reigning Defensive Player of the Year Ayron Hardy and fellow senior Lehmon Colbert averaged double-digit scoring during the 2008-09 season. For the second time since opening, the Dolphins’ home arena, the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, will serve as a venue for First- and Second-Round NCAA Tournament contests. LIPSCOMB HITCHES HOPES ON HODZIC Few players displayed as much improvement from the 2007-08 season to last season as Lipscomb’s Adnan Hodzic. An All-Freshman performer the year before, Hodzic boosted his production from 8.9 points and 4.3 rebounds per game to 17.1 points and 7.1 rebounds to ascend to the All-Atlantic Sun First Team. Hodzic makes up part of talented junior class for the Bisons. Guard Josh Slater averaged 11.0 points, 4.7 assists and 3.2 rebounds and forward Brandon Brown contributed 9.1 points, 5.8 rebounds while shooting 58.2 percent from the floor. Lipscomb earned the nod from the plurality of the coaches as the favorite to win the General Shale Brick Atlantic Sun Basketball Championship TWO GET FIRST CHANCE AT THE BIG DANCE During the summer, the NCAA granted active membership status to Kennesaw State and UNF based on recommendations from the NCAA Division I Administrative Cabinet. The Owls and Ospreys gained full access to A-Sun and NCAA postseason play. The Ospreys start this new era under the direction of a new head coach, Matt Driscoll. He comes to UNF after serving as an assistant at Baylor for six years, during which time the Bears made their first NCAA Tournament in 20 years and they advanced to the finals of the 2009 NIT. Before the 2008-09 season, a national survey voted Driscoll as one of the top 10 assistant coaches. The Owls seek improvement on last year’s results. In the three years prior to 2008-09, the Owls totaled a 26-28 record in A-Sun play and finished in the top eight in the standings each of those three seasons.

Lehmon Colbert - Jacksonville 2008-09 Stats 11.8 PPG, 6.2 RPG,

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Daniel Emerson - Mercer 2008-09 Stats 13.8 PPG, 10.7 RPG,

MERCER’S FLORENCE, CAMPBELL’S RODRIGUEZ CLOSE OUT DISTINGUISHED CAREERS Since debuting in the A-Sun in 2006, Mercer’s James Florence and Campbell’s Jonathan Rodriguez have established themselves among the most productive pair of players the league his witnessed. The two enter the season already ranked in the top 20 on the conference’s all-time scoring list and have a chance to double the league’s 2,000-point list (Centenary’s Willie Jackson, 2,535 points and ETSU’s Courtney Pigram, 2043 points). Only Notre Dame’s Luke Harangody with 1,823 points has scored more points than Florence (1,737) and Rodriguez (1,631) among all active players. Florence owns the highest scoring average among seniors and Rodriguez ranks third in the nation in rebounds and second in double-doubles. Both have chances to end atop their respective team’s all-time scoring list. Florence needs 250 points to pass former NBA player Sam Mitchell and Rodriguez must tally 317 to overtake Sam Staggers, a star for the Camels in the 1970s. RECENT CHAMPS SEEK NEW STARRING PLAYERS Since the start of the 2005-06 season no two A-Sun schools have enjoyed more success more than Belmont and ETSU. One or the other has won two regular-season titles (and tied for a third) and they have won all four A-Sun Championships during that time. This year, both the Bruins and Buccaneers must replace vital cogs to their recent success. The Bucs, last season’s NCAA Tournament representative for the conference lost two-thirds of their “Big 3” in 2,000-point scorer Courtney Pigram and 2009 Tournament MVP Kevin Tiggs. Belmont, a postseason participant each of the last four years (three NCAAs, one CollegeInsider.com Tournament) graduated a senior class that included 2009 Player of the Year Alex Renfroe plus Andy Wicke, Matthew Dotson, Shane Dansby and Henry Harris. CHARTER MEMBER MERCER TO FINALLY HOST ATLANTIC SUN CHAMPIONSHIPS Only one of the conference’s founding institutions, Mercer University, remains with the conference, but for the first time the Bears, the University Center and Macon, Ga., will serve as the destination for the eight teams that qualify for the 2010 General Shale Brick Atlantic Sun Basketball Championships. Mercer will host in both 2010 and 2011. With the additions of Kennesaw State and UNF, nine schools will vie the coveted berths to the General Shale Brick Atlantic Sun Championships which returns to an eight-team format after one year of a seven-team field. The Bears will look to end a dubious skid for schools hosting the event. No school since Georgia State, in 2001, has experienced winnin the title on its home court.

Ayron Hardy - Jacksonville 2008-09 Stats 10.1 PPG, 5.3 RPG,

James Florence - Mercer 2008-09 Stats 20.8 PPG, 3.7 APG,

Adnan Hodzic - Lipscomb 2008-09 Stats 17.1 PPG, 7.1 RPG,

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Dolphins, Bisons Tie atop Hoops Preseason Poll

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Dolphins’ Smith tabbed as Preseason Player of the Year

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Jacksonville’s three-year ascent up the Atlantic Sun basketball standings reached the pinnacle last season, T-1. Lipscomb (4) 111 winning the regular-season title. In the preseason media poll, the Dolphins ran away as the favorite. Meanwhile, the coaches voted Jacksonville a co-favorite with Lipscomb. 3. Mercer (1) 91

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Last season, the Dolphins won their first ever regular-season title and made their first postseason appearance, an NIT berth, in 22 years. They return four starters from last year, anchored by Ben Smith, the conference’s preseason Player of the Year. The two-time First-Team All-Atlantic Sun performer averaged 16.9 points per game to go along with 4.0 assists and 2.2 steals per contest. For the second year in a row, he led in the league in minutes per game, averaging more than 36 per game.

For 2009, the conference recognized 10 student-athletes for the preseason All-Atlantic Sun team. Led T-7. Stetson 43 by Smith, three Dolphins received accolades as forwards Lehmon Colbert and junior Ayron Hardy made 9. UNF 30 the team. Hardy, last year’s Defensive Player of the Year added 10.1 points per game on 60.6 percent shooting. Colbert contributed 11.8 points per game and 6.2 rebounds per game. 10. USC Upstate 28

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The Bisons shared first in the coaches’ poll and took second from the media. Hopes for the a first NCAA Tournament appearance figure to land on the broad shoulders of junior center Adnan Hodzic, a member of the preseason All-Atlantic Sun team. A year ago, the Bosnia native emerged as one the league’s top post players, averaging 17.1 points and 7.1 rebounds per game. He connected on 58.7 percent of his field-goal attempts.

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Ht.

Class

Hometown

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Lehmnon Cobert

Jacksonville

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6-6

Sr.

Roberta, Ga.

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ETSU (1)

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Daniel Emerson

Mercer

F

6-8

Sr.

St. Mary’s, Ga.

6.

Campbell

247

James Florence

Mercer

G

6-1

Sr.

Marietta, Ga.

7.

Stetson

193

Ayron Hardy

Jacksonville

F

6-5

Jr.

Birmingham, Ala.

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FGCU

119

9.

Kennesaw State

87

Adnian Hodzic

Lipscomb

C

6-9

Jr.

Sarajevo, Bosnia

10.

USC Upstate

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Jonathan Rodriguez Campbell

F

6-5

Sr.

Miami, Fla.

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UNF

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Nick Schneiders

USC Upstate

C

7-3

Sr.

Rieberg, Germany

A.J. Smith

Stetson

G

6-0

Sr.

Cocoa Beach, Fla.

Ben Smith

Jacksonville

G

5-10 Sr.

Dublin, Ga.

Mike Smith

ETSU

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6-6

Vandalia, Mo.

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Nick Schneider - USC Upstate 2008-09 Stats 9.5 PPG, 6.1 RPG,

A.J. Smith - Stetson 2008-09 Stats 12.6 PPG, 3.8 APG,

Mike Smith - ETSU 2008-09 Stats 16.9 PPG, 4.0 APG,

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Jonathan Rodriguez - Campbell 2008-09 Stats 11.9 PPG, 7.6 RPG,

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2010 Atlantic Sun Men’s Basketball Championship Mercer University - March 3-6 University Center - Macon, Ga.

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* The 2010 A-Sun Champion will receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament

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#7 Seed Tiebreaker Format The following formula shall be used, in order,until the tie is broken:

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b. Compare tied teams’ wonloss percentage versus the top ranked team not involved in the tie, descending to the next highest placed team until an advantage is gained.

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a. Compare tied teams’ (two or more) won-loss percentage versus all teams involved in the tie.

Tournament History For the third time in conference history, the men’s and women’s championships will be contested at the same venue. Mercer hosts the 2010 Atlantic Sun Championship. Only three current members own tournament titles: Belmont (2006, 2007 & 2008), ETSU (2009) and Mercer (1981 & 1985).

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Championship Participants The A-Sun Championship will be a four-day,single-elimination tournament. Kennesaw State and North Florida are eligible for the men’s basketball championship for the first time in 2009-10. Florida Gulf Coast and USC Upstate are ineligible until 2011-12 due to NCAA reclassifying rules. The remaining eight teams will be seeded according to conference winning percentage.

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Belmont University BRUINS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

1 2 3 4 12 13 14 21 23 24 30 32 34 45

Pos

Ht

Drew Hanlen G 5-11 Blake Jenkins F 6-7 Keaton Belcher F 6-9 Jonny Rice G 6-0 Mike Dejworek, C 6-11 Jon House G/F 6-6 Kerron Johnson G 6-1 Ian Clark G 6-3 Scott Saunders F/C 6-10 Adam Barnes G 6-2 Trevor Noack F 6-7 Jordan Campbell G/F 6-5 Mick Hedgepeth F/C 6-9 Brandon Baker F 6-6

Wt

Cl

185 So. 195 Fr 215 Sr. 165 So. 235 Sr. 210 Jr. 170 Fr. 175 Fr. 250 So. 180 Fr. 215 Fr. 205 Jr. 230 So. 210 Fr.

Hometown/Previous School

St. Louis, Mo. /Webster Groves Entrepreneurship Knoxville, Tenn./Bearde Undeclared Butler, Ky. /Pendleton County Sport Administration Naperville, Ill. /Waubonsie Valley Business Ulm, Germany /Mount Pisgah Christian Business Administration Guelph, Ontario, Canada /Centennial CVI Business Administration Huntsville, Ala. /Madison Academy Business Administration Memphis, Tenn. /Germantown Undeclared New Orleans, La. /Rice University Finance Clarksville, Tenn. /Clarksville Business Adminstration Keller, Texas/Keller Central Undeclared Indianapolis, Ind. /North Central Exercise Science Crossville, Ala. /Crossville Accounting Milford, Ohio /Milford English

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

8.3 4.1 1.81 .510 .331 .839 1.57 2.1 26.0

Rick Byrd

Jon House Jon House Jon House Jon House Keaton Belcher Keaton Belcher Jon House Jon House Jon House

POSTSEASON BRUINS IN THE NCAA 2006 Oakland Region (San Diego) Mar 16 UCLA

Alma Mater: Tennesee (1976) Office: 615-460-6263 Record at Belmont: 469-261 Overall Record: 561-316

QUICK FACTS

2004 (Clarksville, Tenn.)

School Facts L, 44-78 Location...................................................... Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Tenn. Nashville, Founded...........................................1951 Founded.........................................................................1951 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment....................................................................5,393 L, 55-80 MemberSince...............................................................2001 Since................................2001 Member Nickname.................................................................... .......................................Bruins Nickname. Bruins Colors.............................................Navy .............................................NavyBlue, Blue,Red, Red,White White Colors. L, 70-71 President........................................... President.........................................Dr. Dr.Robert RobertC. C.Fisher Fisher AthleticsDirector. Director.................................... ........................Mike Strickland Athletics Mike Strickland FacultyAthletics AthleticsRep.. Rep.. ...................Rich Tiner Faculty ................................ Dr. Rich Tiner SeniorWoman WomanAdministrator................Betty Administrator....Betty Wiseman Senior Wiseman

Mar 17

L, 59-65

2007 East Region (Winston-Salem, N.C) Mar 15 Georgetown 2008 West Regiona (Washington, D.C.) Mar 20

Duke

BRUINS IN THE NIT at Austin Peay

BRUINS IN THE CIT 2009 (Clarksville, Tenn.) Mar 18 at Evansville Mar 23 at Old Dominion

Facility Information Home Court...................................... Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Curb Event Center Year Opened.................................................................2003 Opened..................................2003 Year Capacity...........................................................................5000 .........................................5000 Capacity. Home Record............................................................. Record................................ 62-16 W, 92-76 Home L, 62-70

Team Facts Head Coach.........................................................Rick Coach...................................Rick Byrd Head Byrd Associate Head Head Coach.........................Casey Coach................Casey Alexander Associate Alexander Assistant Coach. Coach.................................................Brian ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Ayers Assistant Coach. Coach...........................................Roger ...........................Roger IdstromIdstrom Assistant 2008-09 Record. Record........................................................... ...........................25-9 2008-09 20-13 A-Sun Record/Finish. Record/Finish..........................................14-6/T-2nd ...................14-2/1st A-Sun Starters R/L......................................................................1/4 R/L....................................3/2 Starters Letterwinners R/L. R/L............................................................7/6 .......................9/3 Letterwinners Team History Regular Season SeasonTitles. Titles.......................................................... ..................2 Regular 2 Last Regular Regular Season SeasonTitle. Title.............................................2008 ...........2008 Last TournamentTitles.............................................................. Titles.........................3 Tournament 3 LastTournament TournamentTitle. Title...................................................2008 .................2008 Last LastTournament TournamentAppearance....................................2009 Appearance.....2009 Last Tournament Record.........................12-3 Record.....................11-4 (7(8AppearTournament Appearances) ances)

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Academic Major

Year

School

1978-79 1979-80 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Maryville College 8-16 Maryville College 15-11 Lincoln Memorial 22-10 Lincoln Memorial 26-9 Lincoln Memorial 21-9 Belmont 15-15 Belmont 22-9 Belmont 25-10 Belmont 28-7 Belmont 23-9 Belmont 22-10 Belmont 30-6 Belmont 30-7 Belmont 37-2 Belmont 28-11 Belmont 15-11 Belmont 9-18 Belmont 14-13 Belmont 7-21 Belmont 13-15 Belmont 11-17 Belmont 17-12 Belmont 21-9 Belmont 14-16 Belmont 20-11 Belmont 23-10 Belmont 25-9 Belmont 20-13

Overall Pct.

.333 .556 .688 .743 .700 .500 .710 .714 .800 .719 .688 .833 .811 .949 .718 .556 .333 .519 .250 .464 .393 .586 .700 .467 .645 .697 .735 .606

A-Sun

Pct.

Greg Sage

8-12 12-4 15-5 12-8 15-5 14-4 14-2 14-6

.421 .750 .750 .600 .750 .778 .875 .700

Career Record 561-316 A-Sun Record 104-46 NCAA Appearances - 3 (2006, 2007, 2008) NIT Appearances - 1 (2004) College Insider Appearances - 1 (2009)

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball Contact............................... Greg Sage Office............................................ 615-460-6698 Fax................................................. 615-460-5584 e-mail..........................greg.sage@belmont.edu Press Row........................................ 615.460.8554 Web site..................... www.BelmontBruins.com

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Belmont bruins Min 1000 622 887 553 1056 647 863 553 858 554 528 304 108 21 339 205 124 67 393 256 325 187 165 80 9 6

Avg 30.3 31.1 26.9 27.7 32.0 32.3 27.0 27.7 26.0 27.7 16.0 15.2 18.0 10.5 10.3 10.3 6.2 4.8 14.0 14.2 9.8 9.4 6.9 6.7 1.8 2.0

Pct .548 .610 .406 .425 .394 .376 .458 .474 .510 .510 .413 .410 .300 .000 .485 .500 .486 .474 .289 .295 .345 .412 .405 .286 .000 .000

Pct FT FTA Pct .372 138 205 .673 .396 70 109 .642 .350 45 62 .726 .347 31 43 .721 .384 46 56 .821 .372 26 32 .813 .353 39 61 .639 .373 26 41 .634 .321 53 91 .582 .316 32 52 .615 .331 26 31 .839 .318 18 21 .857 .286 5 8 .625 .000 0 0 .000 .400 49 71 .690 .000 30 44 .682 .467 6 7 .857 .533 4 4 1.000 .189 23 37 .622 .238 17 27 .630 .344 13 18 .722 .444 7 10 .700 .000 11 17 .647 .000 8 13 .615 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000

2008-09 RESULTS

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game 1 - Cable Car Classic 2 - Atlantic Sun Championship 3 - CollegeInsider.com Tournament

97 2.9 0 66 3.3 0 1186 35.9 638 8 549 718 35.9 372 7 327 1205 36.5 619 - 458 712 35.6 380 4 259

TO 120 75 41 30 82 43 46 30 57 38 23 12 9 3 22 13 8 5 21 14 34 23 10 7 0 0

Blk 17 10 12 8 4 4 5 4 16 7 10 6 3 1 11 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 4 0 0

Stl 69 50 16 11 70 42 21 15 21 10 18 7 10 4 6 5 3 1 16 8 8 5 3 2 0 0

Pts 534 339 401 255 387 228 328 205 274 184 235 125 21 0 115 70 56 30 74 48 62 43 41 20 0 0

Avg 16.2 17.0 12.2 12.8 11.7 11.4 10.3 10.3 8.3 9.2 7.1 6.3 3.5 0.0 3.5 3.5 2.8 2.1 2.6 2.7 1.9 2.2 1.7 1.7 0.0 0.0

6 5 479 84 261 2528 298 52 160 1547 524 103 255 2334 331 57 170 1379

76.6 77.3 70.7 68.9

09-10 SCHEDULE 6:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. TBA 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 6:45 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 4:15 p.m. TBA 2:15 p.m.

FEBRUARY 1 * at ETSU 6:00 p.m. 5 * Jacksonville TBA 7 * UNF 2:00 p.m. 13 * at USC Upstate 1:00 p.m. 18 * at Stetson 7:15 p.m. 20 * at FGCU 4:15 p.m. 25 * Mercer 7:15 p.m. 27 * Kennesaw State 7:15 p.m MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament * - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ! - at Seattle, Wash. (Athletes in Action Classic) ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer

UNIVERSITY FACTS - Belmont hit No. 7 in the most recent U.S. News & World Report college rankings for the Master’s category South and was named as one of the top two universities nationwide in the “Schools to Watch” category

-Belmont features a young 2009 squad with 11 underclassmen and only two seniors.

- Alumna Trisha Yearwood will host this year’s annual “Christmas at Belmont” concert, which will be broadcast nationally on PBS Dec. 23 and feature more than 400 student performers

-The Burins look for their fifth consecutive 20 winning season and their seven conseutive season with 12-plus A-Sun victories.

- 100 percent of Belmont’s May 2009 Nursing graduates passed the national licensure exam for RN’s, compared to the national average of 87.5 percent

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NEWS & NOTES -The Burins lost its four returning scorers from a season ago but they do return fourth leading scorer Jon House. House serves as Belmont’s returning leader in points, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks and minutes played.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NOVEMBER 13 ! vs. Portland State 14 ! at Washington 15 ! vs. Wright State 21 Alabama State 28 at Eastern Illinois 30 Tennessee State DECEMBER 3 * at Kennesaw State 5 * at Mercer 8 at Middle Tennessee 16 at Saint Louis 19 Eastern Illinois 29 at Kansas JANUARY 2 * FGCU 4 * Stetson 7 * USC Upstate 11 * at Lipscomb 14 * at UNF 16 * at Jacksonville 21 * Campbell 23 * ETSU 27 * Lipscomb 30 * at Campbell

-Belmont head coach Rick Byrd has been named one of the Top 10 `Under the Radar Coaches’ in America by Athlon Sports in their 2009-10 College Basketball Preview Edition.

Mick Hedgepeth averaged 3.5 points per-game in his freshman season.

FO A 1 169 1 102 0 50 0 25 0 112 0 66 4 35 4 23 1 60 0 39 1 25 1 15 0 12 0 2 0 5 0 3 0 7 0 5 1 27 1 21 0 41 0 24 0 4 0 1 0 2 0 1

WOMEN’S TEAMS

FEBRUARY 2 * at Stetson L, 71-82 6 * at Campbell W, 87-84 12 * at Lipscomb L, 68-73 14 * ETSU W, 76-73 16 * USC UPSTATE W, 76-56 20 * at Kennesaw State W, 54-39 22 * at Mercer L, 83-89 26 * UNF W, 87-49 28 * JACKSONVILLE L, 82-84 (OT) MARCH 5 2 vs Mercer W, 65-64 6 2 vs ETSU L, 74-88 18 3 at Evansville W, 92-76 23 3 at Old Dominion L, 62-70

43 28 796 487 812 481

PF 79 44 66 40 77 42 84 59 78 48 76 39 12 3 51 32 10 6 49 30 29 17 27 12 0 0

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 14 SAMFORD W, 78-60 17 AUSTIN PEAY L, 84-86 25 at No. 4 Pittsburgh L, 60-74 DECEMBER 1 at Tennessee State W, 91-63 4 * at Jacksonville L, 64-65 6 * at UNF W, 89-55 17 MIDDLE TENNESSEE W, 82-69 20 at No. 16 Tennessee L, 77-79 22 at Austin Peay W, 72-62 29 1 at Santa Clara L, 80-83 30 1 vs James Madison L, 64-81 JANUARY 3 * STETSON W, 82-57 5 * FGCU W, 79-67 10 * CAMPBELL W, 87-54 12 * LIPSCOMB W, 79-74 17 * at USC Upstate W, 73-69 19 * at ETSU L, 57-87 24 * KENNESAW STATE W, 75-66 26 * MERCER W, 86-82 (OT) 31 * at FGCU W, 92-74

54 38 390 231 393 231

Avg 7.2 6.9 4.8 5.3 1.8 1.6 4.3 4.3 4.1 4.6 3.0 2.8 4.0 2.5 2.7 2.7 0.7 0.7 1.9 1.5 1.3 1.2 1.6 1.7 0.6 0.7

MEN’S HISTORY

TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 33 869 1961 .443 336 950 .354 454 664 .684 Conference-Only... 20 542 1180 .459 194 539 .360 269 396 .679 Opponents...... 33 832 1885 .441 214 654 .327 456 687 .664 Conference-Only... 20 486 1126 .432 132 410 .322 275 416 .661 Returning Players in Italics

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot 70 166 236 36 102 138 51 108 159 38 68 106 15 46 61 7 25 32 53 84 137 30 56 86 38 97 135 28 64 92 29 69 98 13 43 56 5 19 24 1 4 5 30 58 88 19 35 54 3 11 14 1 9 10 25 27 52 12 15 27 4 39 43 2 22 24 11 28 39 5 15 20 2 1 3 1 1 2

MEN’S TEAMS

GS 30 18 32 20 32 19 29 18 28 17 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 3 0 0 1 1 0 0

3-PTS 3FG FGA 32 86 19 48 72 206 42 121 93 242 54 145 49 139 31 83 9 28 6 19 43 130 21 66 4 14 0 1 2 5 0 2 14 30 8 15 7 37 5 21 11 32 8 18 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

GP 33 20 33 20 33 20 32 20 33 20 33 20 6 2 33 20 20 14 28 18 33 20 24 12 5 3

TOTAL FG FGA 182 332 125 205 142 350 91 214 124 315 74 197 120 262 74 156 106 208 73 143 83 201 43 105 6 20 0 1 32 66 20 40 18 37 9 19 22 76 13 44 19 55 14 34 15 37 6 21 0 2 0 1

INSIDE THE ASUN

## Player 12 RENFROE, Alex Conference-Only... 30 DOTSON, Matthew Conference-Only... 20 WICKE, Andy Conference-Only... 2 DANSBY, Shane Conference-Only... 13 HOUSE, Jon Conference-Only... 3 BELCHER, Keaton Conference-Only... 32 CAMPBELL, Jordan Conference-Only... 34 HEDGEPETH, Mick Conference-Only... 4 RICE, Jonny Conference-Only... 40 HARRIS, Henry Conference-Only... 1 HANLEN, Drew Conference-Only... 21 DEJWOREK, Mike Conference-Only... 11 STANLEY, David Conference-Only...

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Campbell University FIGHTING CAMELS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

0 1 2 3 10 12 14 23 24 25 30 32 51

Pos

Cole Dewey G Kyle Vejraska F Amir Celestin G Jonathan Rodriguez F William Kossangue F Junard Hartley G Larry Awosanya F Chris Reynolds F Olivier Siewe F Lorne Merthie G Ricky Krainiak G Miles Taylor G/F Preston Dodson F

Ht

6-1 6-8 6-1 6-5 6-6 6-3 6-7 6-5 6-6 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-6

Wt

Cl

Hometown/Previous School

175 205 185 210 215 210 210 195 210 190 180 198 220

So. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr.

Willow Spring, N.C. /South Johnston Sport Management Alachua, Fla. /Santa Fe Business Administration Miami, Fla. /Norland Business Administration Bayamon, P.R. /Calusa Prep Sport Management Bangui, Central Africa /Tyler JC Biology Marietta, Ga. /Whitefield Academy Business Administration London, England /Edison Academy Undeclared Augusta, Ga. /Glenn Hills Business Administration Douala, Cameroon /Piney Woods Undeclared Sanford, Fla. /Winter Springs Sport Management Camden, N.C. /Camden County Undeclared Pensacola, Fla. /Pensacola JC Business Administration South Mills, N.C. /Camden County Business Administration

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

15.6 8.3 4.3 .478 .400 .790 1.26 0.9 30.4

FIGHTING CAMELS IN THE NCAA

1992 East Region (Greensboro, N.C.) Mar 19 Duke L, 56-82

FIGHTING CAMELS IN THE NIT None

Robbie Laing

Jonathan Rodriguez Jonathan Rodriguez Junard Hartley Miles Taylor Lorne Merthie Jonathan Rodriguez Jonathan Rodriguez Kyle Vejraska Jonathan Rodriguez

POSTSEASON

Academic Major

Alma Mater: Troy (1982) Office: 910-893-1335 Record at Campbell: 53-120 Overall Record: Same

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location.............................................Buies Creek, Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn.N.C. Founded. ..........................................1951 Founded.....................................................................1887 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment................................................................6,834 Member Member Since................................2001 Since...........................................................1994 Nickname. Nickname.........................................Bruins .............................................Fighting Camels Colors. Blue,and Red, White Colors...............................................Navy ...............................................Orange Black President.........................................Dr. Robert Fisher President.........................................Dr. Jerry M.C. Wallace Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director............................... Stan Williamson Faculty Athletics Rep.....................Rich Tiner Faculty Athletics Rep.............................Dr. Gary Taylor Senior Woman Administrator....Betty Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator......... Malinda Ashcraft

Year

School

2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell

Overall Pct.

3-24 2-25 10-18 14-17 10-20 14-16

.111 .074 .357 .451 .333 .476

A-Sun

3-17 0-20 9-11 7-11 5-11 11-9

Pct.

.150 .000 .450 .389 .313 .550

Career Record 53-120 A-Sun Record 35-79

Facility Information Home John W. Pope Convocation Home Court Court..................................Curb EventCenter/ Center Year Opened..................................2003 Gilbert Craig Gore Arena Year Opened.............................................................2008 Capacity. ..........................................5000 Capacity. ....................................................................3,095 Home Record................................ Home Record........................................................... 10-4 Team Facts Head Coach............................................... Coach...................................Rick Byrd Robbie Laing AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant .....................................Charles Baker Assistant Coach. Coach.............................................. ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Brian Burg Assistant Coach. Coach...................................Michael ...........................Roger Idstrom Assistant Slonaker 2008-09 Record. Record....................................................... ...........................25-9 2008-09 14-16 A-Sun Record/Finish.....................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish......................................11-9/T-5th Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L..................................................................4/1 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L.....................................................10/5 Team History ..................2 Regular Season Titles............................................. None Last Regular Regular Season Season Title. Title..........................................N/A ...........2008 Last Tournament Titles.................................................. Titles.........................3 Tournament None Last Tournament Tournament Title. Title................................................N/A .................2008 Last Last Tournament Tournament Appearance................................2009 Appearance.....2009 Last Tournament Record.....................11-4 (7 AppearTournament Record............... 2-10 (10 Appearances) ances)

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MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball Contact.............................. Stan Cole Office...........................................910-893-1331 Fax................................................910-893-1330 e-mail................................cole@campbell.edu Press Row......................................910-814-4307 Web site........................... www.GoCamels.com

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campbell Camels Avg 30.4 30.3 29.0 29.3 15.3 16.7 16.4 14.9 17.0 17.4 24.5 26.4 13.0 12.0 19.2 19.7 13.3 11.9 12.4 13.2 10.3 9.8 8.0 19.0 1.5 1.3 1.8 1.5 2.0 0.0 0.8 0.3

Pct .474 .443 .366 .368 .426 .424 .421 .438 .478 .440 .439 .442 .375 .341 .456 .410 .421 .421 .459 .383 .476 .490 .350 .333 .500 .500 .250 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000

Pct FT FTA Pct .358 124 157 .790 .324 84 101 .832 .400 66 84 .786 .409 43 55 .782 .350 42 57 .737 .382 30 43 .698 .327 37 52 .712 .313 28 41 .683 .278 38 63 .603 .333 24 38 .632 .333 52 82 .634 .345 39 65 .600 .260 30 41 .732 .200 13 18 .722 .431 16 35 .457 .368 11 26 .423 .373 10 16 .625 .394 2 4 .500 .000 54 73 .740 .000 31 47 .660 .000 24 35 .686 .000 19 26 .731 .250 2 2 1.000 .333 2 2 1.000 .667 2 2 1.000 .667 2 2 1.000 .000 1 2 .500 .000 1 2 .500 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000

48 31 377 247

37 29 727 485

Avg 8.3 8.0 3.2 3.2 3.8 3.9 3.7 3.3 2.4 2.4 3.5 4.0 1.6 1.5 1.2 1.3 2.1 2.1 2.5 2.7 2.0 1.8 0.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

PF 62 41 68 45 58 44 78 54 49 29 72 43 22 12 91 57 23 11 55 43 35 23 7 3 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0

FO A 1 57 0 37 1 73 1 46 0 23 0 15 2 20 1 9 0 21 0 14 2 130 1 89 0 16 0 7 5 70 2 47 0 25 0 11 1 18 1 16 1 13 0 7 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1

TO 80 56 59 36 36 27 44 22 34 21 71 45 30 13 54 31 18 10 33 22 30 18 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Blk 9 9 1 1 1 1 27 21 1 0 4 2 10 5 3 3 1 1 11 10 7 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Stl 38 24 47 34 4 4 15 10 16 7 40 36 19 10 22 12 19 9 18 9 10 6 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

Pts 469 284 284 195 200 155 208 136 171 101 151 117 145 75 142 89 131 79 132 77 102 67 18 7 8 8 3 3 0 0 0 0

Avg 15.6 14.2 9.5 9.8 7.4 8.2 6.9 6.8 5.9 5.3 5.0 5.9 5.0 3.9 4.7 4.5 4.5 4.2 4.4 3.9 3.6 3.5 3.0 7.0 0.8 1.1 0.4 0.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

85 2.8 1 5 60 3.0 1 1 1104 36.8 624 13 472 497 76 250 2164 72.1 732 36.6 407 6 301 303 56 163 1393 69.7

Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS

09-10 SCHEDULE W, 92-73 L, 84-87 L, 67-83 L, 59-61 W, 89-83 W, 51-47 W, 68-62 W, 73-56 L, 52-82

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game 1 - UCF Holiday Classic (Orlando, Fla.) 2 - Atlantic Sun Championship (Nashville, Tenn.)

NOVEMBER 13 St. Andrews 17 East Carolina 21 at UNC Asheville 23 Virginia tech 27 * UNF DECEMBER 7 Southern Virginia 10 at Western Carolina 14 at UNC Wilimington 19 * Jacksonville 22 at Longwood 30 Appalachian State JANUARY 2 * at USC Upstate 7 * at Mercer 9 * at Kennesaw State 14 * FGCU 16 * Stetson 21 * at Belmont 23 * at Lipscomb 27 * at ETSU 30 * Belmont

8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:15 p.m.

FEBRUARY 1 * Lipscomb 8:00 p.m. 4 * at Stetson 8:15 p.m. 6 * at FGCU 5:15 p.m. 12 * Mercer 7:00 p.m. 15 * Kennesaw State 7:00 p.m. 17 * USC Upstate 7:00 p.m. 19 * ETSU 7:00 p.m. 25 * at Jacksonville 7:15 p.m. 27 * at UNF 7:00 p.m. MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conference Tourament * - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer

WOMEN’S TEAMS

UNIVERSITY FACTS - Campbell University has been recognized in the top tier of Best Universities in the South with Master’s programs by “U.S. News & World Report” in its 2010 rankings.

- 2008-09 marked the fourth-straight year under Coach Robbie Laing that the Camels have recorded double-figure triumphs. The last time Campbell had four-straight seasons with at least 10 wins was 1987-90.

- Members of the class of 2009 continued Campbell Law School’s tradition of excellence on the North Carolina Bar Exam. Campbell Law graduates tied for the top bar passage rate among North Carolina law schools for total exam takers, which includes first-time takers and students repeating the exam.

- Campbell set a new school record for home attendance in its first season in the John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center / Gilbert Craig Gore Arena. Campbell averaged an all-time high 1619 spectators, 5th-best in the Atlantic Sun Conference in 2008-09.

- Construction has begun on Campbell University’s new track. The $1.2 million facility is located just east of the John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center along Leslie Campbell Ave. The 400-meter layout will include eight, 42-inch lanes on its polyurethane surface.

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NEWS & NOTES - The Camels have won more games in the last four seasons (48) than the program amassed in any 4-year span since 199699.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

Junard Harley posted the most assits per-game (4.33) a year ago among returning A-Sun players.

FEBRUARY 2 * at Mercer 6 * BELMONT 9 * LIPSCOMB 14 * at UNF 16 * at Jacksonville 21 * USC UPSTATE 23 * ETSU 27 * STETSON MARCH 5 2 vs Lipscomb

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 15 CHOWAN W, 79-64 19 at East Carolina L, 65-86 22 UNC ASHEVILLE W, 94-57 24 VMI L ,92-97 29 at Appalachian State L ,66-79 DECEMBER 9 at VMI L, 76-88 13 * at FGCU L, 68-72 15 * at Stetson L, 56-63 20 UNC PEMBROKE W, 91-67 29 1 vs Chicago State L, 89-98 30 1 vs Penn L, 67-78 JANUARY 3 * MERCER W, 72-57 5 * KENNESAW STATE W, 77-67 8 * at Lipscomb W, 69-68 10 * at Belmont L, 54-87 17 * JACKSONVILLE L, 63-76 19 * UNF W, 61-57 22 * at ETSU L, 60-79 24 * at USC Upstate L, 65-73 28 * FGCU W, 78-62 31 * at Kennesaw State W, 87-44

MEN’S HISTORY

TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 30 744 1722 .432 178 502 .355 498 701 .710 Conference-Only... 20 471 1130 .417 122 346 .353 329 470 .700

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot 91 157 248 58 102 160 12 85 97 10 54 64 35 68 103 19 56 75 45 67 112 29 37 66 28 43 71 18 28 46 17 88 105 15 65 80 16 31 47 12 16 28 3 32 35 3 22 25 20 42 62 11 28 39 40 36 76 28 25 53 21 36 57 13 22 35 1 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

MEN’S TEAMS

Min 911 606 871 585 414 318 491 298 492 330 734 527 378 228 577 394 387 227 373 263 289 186 48 19 15 9 14 9 2 0 4 1

3-PTS 3FG FGA 19 53 12 37 52 130 38 93 14 40 13 34 17 52 10 32 5 18 3 9 13 39 10 29 13 50 6 30 22 51 14 38 19 51 13 33 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 2 8 1 3 2 3 2 3 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

GS 30 20 30 20 14 12 15 6 16 14 30 20 2 0 1 1 6 1 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOTAL FG FGA 163 344 94 212 83 227 57 155 72 169 56 132 77 183 49 112 64 134 37 84 43 98 34 77 51 136 28 82 52 114 32 78 51 121 32 76 39 85 23 60 39 82 24 49 7 20 2 6 2 4 2 4 1 4 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

INSIDE THE ASUN

## Player GP 03 RODRIGUEZ, Jonathan 30 Conference-Only... 20 25 MERTHIE, Lorne 30 Conference-Only... 20 21 GWYNNE, Matt 27 Conference-Only... 19 01 VEJRASKA, Kyle 30 Conference-Only... 20 32 TAYLOR, Miles 29 Conference-Only... 19 12 HARTLEY, Junard 30 Conference-Only... 20 40 BAILEY, Jabril 29 Conference-Only... 19 02 CELESTIN, Amir 30 Conference-Only... 20 10 KOSSANGUE,William 29 Conference-Only... 19 51 DODSON, Preston 30 Conference-Only... 20 23 REYNOLDS, Chris 28 Conference-Only... 19 33 THOMPSON, Chad 6 Conference-Only... 1 22 CAPIN, Jake 10 Conference-Only... 7 00 DEWEY, Cole 8 Conference-Only... 6 05 ROBERTSON, Terrence 1 Conference-Only... 0 11 PERRY, Jonathan 5 Conference-Only... 3

13

EAST TENNESSEE STATE University BUCCANEERS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

1 3 4 5 10 11 13 25 30 34 41 43 44

Pos

Mike Smith G Justin Tubbs G Bruce Grimm G Sheldon Cooley G De’Shaud Johnson G Jocolby Davis G Tommy Hubbard F Jarvis Jones G Micah Williams G Lukas Poderis F Isiah Brown F Adam Sollazzo G J.C. Ward F

Ht

Wt

Cl

Hometown/Previous School

6-6 6-3 6-1 6-3 5-9 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-8 6-8 6-6 6-6

225 195 170 180 165 185 210 190 215 230 210 200 230

Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. So. So. Fr.

Vandalia, Mo./Van-Far Trussville, Ala./Alabama Rochester, Ind./Rochester Tampa, Fla./Plant Riverdale, Ga./King College Meridian, Miss./Ga. Perimeter Boston/St. Mark’s School Memphis/Mitchell Manchester/Coffee County Port Richey, Fla./Ridgewood Miami/South Miami Tampa, Fla./Armwood Marietta, Ga./Marietta

15.3 7.7 2.1 .676 .361 .774 0.7 0.6 34.9

BUCCANEERS IN THE NCAA 1968 Mideast Region (Kent, Ohio) Mar 9 Florida State Mar 15 Ohio State Mar 17 Marquette

W, 79-69 L, 72-79 L, 57-69

1989 Southeast Region (Nashville, Tenn.) Mar 16 Oklahoma L, 71-72 1990 Southeast Region (Knoxville, Tenn.) Mar 15 Georgia Tech L, 83-99 1991 Midwest Region (Minneapolis) Mar 14 Iowa 1992 Southeast Region (Atlanta) Mar 20 Arizona Mar 22 Michigan 2003 East Region (Tampa, Fla) Mar 21 Wake Forest

L, 73-76

Murry Bartow

Mike Smith Mike Smith Mike Smith Isiah Brown Mike Smith Mike Smith Adam Sollazzo Isiah Brown Mike Smith

POSTSEASON

Business Accounting Undeclared Sports Mgmt Finance Inter. Studies Business Sports Mgmt Sports Mgmt Business Broadcasting Business Business

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

Academic Major

Alma Mater: UAB (1985) Office: 423-439-4207 Record at ETSU: 118-72 Overall Record: 221-155

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location.............................................Johnson City, Tenn. Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Founded...........................................1951 Founded......................................................................1911 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment.............................................................. 13,600 Member Since............................................................2005 Since................................2001 Member Nickname.........................................................Buccaneers ......................................Bruins Nickname. Colors................................................Navy ............................................Navy Blue, Red,Gold White Colors. and Old President.........................................Dr. C. Fisher President........................................... Dr.Robert Paul Stanton, Jr. Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director...................................... Dave Mullins Faculty Athletics Rep.....................Rich Tiner Faculty Athletics Rep.............................. Dr. Susan Epps Senior Woman Administrator....Betty Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator......... Barbie Breedlove

Facility Information Home Court.......................................Memorial Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Center Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened...........................................................1977 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity...................................................................6000 Home Record......................................................260-102 Record................................ Home L, 73-76

W, 87-80 L, 90-102

Year

School

Overall Pct.

1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

UAB UAB UAB UAB UAB UAB ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU

18-14 21-12 20-12 14-14 17-14 13-17 27-6 10-19 15-13 24-10 19-13 23-11

.563 .636 .625 .500 .548 .433 .818 .345 .536 .706 .594 .676

A-Sun

Pct.

12-8 16-2 11-5 14-6

.600 .889 .688 .700

Career Record 198-144 A-Sun Record 39-15 NCAA Appearances - 4 (1999, 2004, 2009) NIT Appearances - 3 (1997, 1998, 2007)

Team Facts Head Coach............................................. Coach...................................Rick Byrd Murry Bartow AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Assistant ....................................... Alexander Scott Wagers 2009 East Region (Dayton, Ohio) Assistant Coach. Coach............................................... ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Mike Boyd Mar 20 Pittsburgh L, 62-72 Assistant Coach.............................Roger Idstrom Assistant Coach.............................................. Will Bailey 2008-09 Record. Record........................................................ ...........................25-9 2008-09 23-11 BUCCANEERS IN THE NIT A-Sun Record/Finish. ...................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish.......................................14-6/T-2nd 1983 (Nashville, Tenn.) Starters R/L....................................3/2 Mar 15 at Vanderbilt L, 74-79 Starters R/L................................................................... 2/3 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L......................................................9/12 2004 Atlanta Region (Columbus, Ohio) Mar 19 Cincinnati L, 77-80

2007 Mar 14

14

(Clemson, S.C.) at Clemson

L, 57-64

Team History ..................2 Regular Season Titles.......................................................1 Title. ............2008 Last LastRegular RegularSeason Season Title.....................................2007 Tournament Titles............................................................1 Titles.........................3 Tournament Title. ..................2008 Last Last Tournament Title...........................................2009 Tournament Last Last TournamentAppearance.....2009 Appearance..............................2009 Tournament Record.....................6-3 Record.....................11-4(4(7Appearances) AppearTournament ances)

MEDIA INFORMATION

Basketball Contact......................Michael White Office...........................................423-439-4220 Fax................................................423-439-6138 e-mail.................................. whitem@etsu.edu Press Row......................................423-439-5329 Web site............................www.ETSUBucs.com

WWW.ATLANTICSUN.ORG

ETSU Bucs Avg 33.8 34.3 34.8 33.1 34.9 35.2 23.5 23.4 18.6 18.6 13.8 14.0 17.7 19.0 10.6 10.7 17.9 21.4 10.8 8.7

Pct .529 .515 .389 .378 .452 .478 .493 .511 .676 .642 .403 .419 .405 .364 .357 .388 .478 .526 .592 .531

Pct .352 .347 .326 .321 .361 .387 .000 .000 .000 .000 .304 .414 .000 .000 .302 .370 .222 .167 .000 .000

FT 196 112 94 58 127 78 32 24 19 11 29 13 26 15 8 6 32 26 11 4

FTA 256 141 131 79 164 95 48 34 47 28 41 21 31 17 10 8 61 51 21 8

Pct .766 .794 .718 .734 .774 .821 .667 .706 .404 .393 .707 .619 .839 .882 .800 .750 .525 .510 .524 .500

TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 34 944 2044 .462 195 590 .331 574 810 .709 Conference-Only... 20 555 1189 .467 119 341 .349 347 482 .720 Opponents...... 34 825 2027 .407 279 853 .327 454 653 .695 Conference-Only... 20 487 1187 .410 160 495 .323 246 375 .656

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot 63 99 162 31 60 91 24 92 116 11 44 55 50 213 263 33 124 157 57 108 165 34 67 101 73 85 158 43 57 100 23 44 67 13 30 43 32 40 72 9 14 23 8 22 30 7 8 15 10 88 98 7 65 72 11 36 47 9 21 30 44 31 395 228 413 244

68 40 895 530 832 478

Avg PF FO A 4.8 75 1 68 4.6 39 0 40 3.4 70 0 138 2.8 40 0 69 7.7 104 4 72 7.9 61 4 44 5.0 110 6 40 5.1 75 5 21 4.6 91 3 14 5.0 51 1 5 2.0 30 0 9 2.2 16 0 6 4.8 43 2 6 4.6 12 0 1 0.9 23 0 8 0.8 15 0 4 3.0 50 1 67 3.6 37 1 61 2.0 25 0 7 1.7 11 0 6

112 3.3 1 71 3.6 1 1290 37.9 622 17 429 758 37.9 358 11 257 1245 36.6 645 - 430 722 36.1 381 10 252

TO 104 66 113 73 63 35 43 27 39 16 18 10 7 3 14 10 56 42 12 6

Blk 8 6 6 4 17 13 52 33 21 14 5 1 2 1 1 0 8 3 11 7

Stl 72 49 58 34 46 20 33 21 12 7 11 7 6 2 16 11 24 20 9 3

Pts 729 409 598 326 521 323 166 118 161 97 146 87 60 23 109 68 98 87 69 38

Avg 21.4 20.5 17.6 16.3 15.3 16.2 5.0 5.9 4.7 4.9 4.4 4.4 4.0 4.6 3.3 3.6 3.0 4.4 2.9 2.1

8 4 477 131 287 2657 292 82 174 1576 570 89 229 2383 344 47 154 1380

78.1 78.8 70.1 69.0

2008-09 RESULTS

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game 1 - ESPN/CofC Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2 - Atlantic Sun Championship (Nashville, Tenn.) 3 - NCAA Tournament (Dayton, Ohio)

09-10 SCHEDULE FEBRUARY 1 * Belmont 7:00 p.m. 4 * at FGCU 7:30 p.m. 6 * at Stetson 7:00 p.m. 12 * Kennesaw State 7:00 p.m. 14 * Mercer 4:00 p.m. 19 * at Campbell 7:00 p.m. 21 * USC Upstate 4:00 p.m. 25 * at UNF 7:45 p.m. 27 * at Jacksonville 2:00 p.m. MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament * - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ! - at Brooks Gym (Back to Brooks Game) ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer

UNIVERSITY FACTS - ETSU has been named a “Best Southeastern College” by The Princeton Review, thus earning the “Best in the Southeast” designation for inclusion in 2009 Best Colleges: Region by Region on the Review’s Web site.

- One year ago, ETSU claimed the A-Sun title and went to its eighth NCAA Tournament in school history. The Bucs fell to eventual regional finalist Pittsburgh, 72-62, in the first round of March Madness.

- U.S. News & World Report’s 2009 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools” ranks the ETSU James H. Quillen College of Medicine fourth in the nation for rural medicine.

- Over the past two seasons, ETSU owns a home record of 22-4 and a mark of 15-3 in home conference play.ord of 22-4 and a mark of 15-3 at home in conference play.

- In 2007, and in the inaugural listing in 2006, ETSU was named to the national President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, an initative created in response to U.S. President George W. Bush’s call to service.

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE 2009-10 BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

NEWS & NOTES - The Bucs look for their fifth consecutive season with doubledigit conference wins as they enter 2009-10. ETSU has posted at least 11 wins in A-Sun action each season since joining the league in 2005-06.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NOVEMBER 14 Appalachian State 4:00 p.m. 17 at Chattanooga 7:00 p.m. 19 at Morgan State 7:00 p.m. 21 at Louisville 4:00 p.m. 25 College of Charleston 7:00 p.m. 27 at Arkansas 8:00 p.m. 29 * UNF 4:00 p.m. DECEMBER 2 at Tennessee 7:00 p.m. 4 at UAB 8:00 p.m. 10 ! NORTHERN GEORGIA 7:00 p.m. 12 MURRY STATE 4:00 p.m. 18 at Morehead State 7:00 p.m. 21 * JACKSONVILLE 4:00 p.m. JANUARY 4 * at USC Upstate 7:00 p.m. 7 * at Kennesaw State 7:30 p.m. 9 * at Mercer 3:30 p.m. 14 * Stetson 7:00 p.m. 16 * FGCU 4:00 p.m. 21 * at Lipsocomb 8:30 p.m. 23 * at Belmont 5:30 p.m. 27 * Campbell 7:00 p.m. 30 * Lipscomb 4:00 p.m.

WOMEN’S TEAMS

Isiah Brown led ETSU in field goal percentage and blocks per-game.

FEBRUARY 1 * at UNF W, 67-64 7 * FGCU W, 102-78 9 * STETSON L , 63-64 14 * at Belmont L, 73-76 16 * at Lipscomb L, 91-96 19 * at USC Upstate W, 66-61 23 * at Campbell L, 62-68 26 * KENNESAW STATE W, 81-46 28 * MERCER W, 103-81 MARCH 2 4 vs Stetson W, 90-76 6 2 vs Belmont W, 88-74 7 2 vs Jacksonville W, 85-68 20 3 vs No. 1 Pittsburgh L, 62-72

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 14 1 vs Temple L, 65-79 15 1 vs SIU-Edwardsville W, 65-62 16 1 vs Hofstra L, 75-76 20 WINGATE W, 96-66 24 at Tennessee Tech W, 78-65 29 at Bradley L, 69-82 DECEMBER 2 at Marshall W, 76-72 5 * at Mercer W, 81-61 13 at Appalachian State W, 89-70 17 CHATTANOOGA W, 82-70 23 * at Kennesaw State W, 76-62 30 MOREHEAD STATE L, 61-71 JANUARY 3 * JACKSONVILLE W, 84-82 5 * UNF W, 88-57 10 * at Stetson W, 73-67 2 * at FGCU L, 61-64 17 * LIPSCOMB W, 85-82 (OT) 19 * BELMONT W, 85-57 22 * CAMPBELL W, 79-60 26 * USC UPSTATE W, 82-72 30 * at Jacksonville L, 72-82 (OT)

MEN’S HISTORY

Returning Players in Italics

MEN’S TEAMS

GS Min 34 1150 20 687 33 1183 19 662 34 1188 20 703 30 776 20 467 22 634 9 371 1 456 1 280 3 265 2 95 0 349 0 203 12 591 9 427 1 259 0 156

3-PTS 3FG FGA 37 105 25 72 76 233 42 131 44 122 29 75 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 17 56 12 29 0 1 0 0 19 63 10 27 2 9 1 6 0 0 0 0

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

GP 34 20 34 20 34 20 33 20 34 20 33 20 15 5 33 19 33 20 24 18

TOTAL FG FGA 248 469 136 264 214 550 113 299 175 387 108 226 67 136 47 92 71 105 43 67 50 124 31 74 17 42 4 11 41 115 26 67 32 67 30 57 29 49 17 32

INSIDE THE ASUN

## Player 42 TIGGS, Kevin Conference-Only... 03 PIGRAM, Courtney Conference-Only... 01 SMITH, Mike Conference-Only... 34 HAMLIN, Greg Conference-Only... 41 BROWN, Isiah Conference-Only... 30 WILLIAMS, Micah Conference-Only... 13 HUBBARD,Tommy Conference-Only... 25 JONES, Jarvis Conference-Only... 20 SOLLAZZO, Adam Conference-Only... 43 COY, Seth Conference-Only...

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FLORIDA GULF COAST University EAGLES 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

3 4 5 10 11 12 20 21 22 23 24 25 32 33 34

Pos

Ht

Reed Baker G 6-1 Addison Smith G 6-2 Reggie Chambers G 5-9 Hunter Miller G 6-2 Chad Lutkenhaus F 6-5 Kyle Marks F 6-7 Brett Williams G 6-3 Harris Gelin G 6-3 Ed Rolax F 6-5 Eddie Murray F 6-8 Derrick O’Neil F 6-5 Sherwood Brown G 6-3 Anthony Banks F 6-6 Charlie Lytle F 6-8 George Erkvania C 6-10

Wt

Cl

Hometown/Previous School

180 Jr. Naples, Fla./Michigan Business Management 210 So. Lantana, Fla./Santaluces Undeclared 155 So. Miramar, Fla./Monsignor Pace Communications 175 Fr. Nashville, Tenn./Christ Presbyterian Academy Undeclared 200 Jr. Labelle, Fla./Labelle Communications 230 Sr. West Palm Beach, Fla./Nebraska Criminal Justice 170 Fr. Oviedo, Fla./Hagerty Undeclared 190 Jr. Deerfield Beach, Fla./Grandview Prep Business 215 So. St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Petersburg Catholic Undeclared 195 Fr. North Fort Myers, Fla./Bishop Verot HS Business Management 185 Sr. Moreno Valley, Calif./Florida CC Business Management 185 Fr. Orlando, Fla/Olympia Biology 210 Fr. Lantana, Fla./Santaluces Criminal Justice 190 Jr. Clearwater, Fla./Santa Fe College Communications 240 Sr. Tbilisi, Georgia Republic/ Pensacola JC Business Administration

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

Dave Balza

13.4 Reed Baker 7.3 Derrick O’Neil 2.8 Reggie Chambers .502 Kyle Marks .328 Reed Baker .844 Reed Baker 1.5 Derrick O’Neil 1.6 Kyle Marks 29.2 Reed Baker

Alma Mater: Michigan (1991) Office: 239-590-7039 Record at FGCU: 135-80 Overall Record: 170-128

Year

POSTSEASON EAGLES IN THE NCAA None

EAGLES IN THE NIT None

Academic Major

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location......................................................Fort Myers, Fla. Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Founded...........................................1951 Founded.........................................................................1997 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment................................................................. 11,200 Member Since...............................................................2007 Since................................2001 Member Nickname......................................................................Eagles ......................................Bruins Nickname. Colors............................Cobalt ............................................Navy Red,Green White Colors. Blue and Blue, Emerald President.........................................Dr. Fisher President.......................................... Dr.Robert Wilson C. Bradshaw Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director....................................... Ken Kavanagh Faculty Athletics Rep.....................Rich Tiner Faculty Athletics Rep..............................Dr. Cecil Carter Senior Woman Administrator....Betty Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator............... Kathy Peterson Facility Information Home Court.................................................... Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Alico Arena Year Year Opened..................................2003 Opened.................................................................2002 Capacity...........................................................................4500 .........................................5000 Capacity. Home Record............................................................. Record................................ Home 95-24

School

Overall Pct.

1978-79 Maryville College 8-16 1979-80 Maryville College 15-11 1998-99 St. Joseph’s (IN) 8-14 1999-00 St. Joseph’s (IN) 8-18 2000-01 St. Joseph’s (IN) 18-13 2002-03 FGCU 23-9 2003-04 FGCU 22-5 2004-05 FGCU 24-7 2005-06 FGCU 18-12 2006-07 FGCU 27-6 2007-08 FGCU 10-21 2008-09 FGCU 11-20

.333 .556 .364 .308 .581 .719 .815 .774 .600 .818 .323 .350

A-Sun

6-10 7-13

Pct.

.375 .355

Career Record 170-128 A-Sun Record 13-23

Team Facts Head Coach.......................................................Dave Balza Coach...................................Rick Byrd AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant .........................................Tae Norwood ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Coach............................................ Nick Bennett Assistant Coach. Coach...................................................Leo ...........................Roger Idstrom Miller Assistant 2008-09 Record. Record........................................................... ...........................25-9 2008-09 11-20 A-Sun Record/Finish. Record/Finish.............................................. ...................14-2/1st A-Sun 7-13/8th Starters R/L......................................................................4/1 R/L....................................3/2 Starters Letterwinners R/L. R/L..........................................................11/5 .......................9/3 Letterwinners Team History ..................2 Regular Season Titles......................................................... 0 ...........2008 Last Regular Season Title.............................................N/A Tournament Titles.........................................................N/A Titles.........................3 Tournament Last Tournament Tournament Title. Title....................................................N/A .................2008 Last Last Tournament Tournament Appearance.....................................N/A Appearance.....2009 Last Tournament Record.....................................................N/A Record.....................11-4 (7 AppearTournament ances)

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MEDIA INFORMATION

Basketball Contact.......................... Chris Perry Office.........................................239-590-7061 Fax..............................................239-590-7014 e-mail....................................cperry@fgcu.edu Press Row.....................................239-745-3651 Web site...................www.FGCUathletics.com

WWW.ATLANTICSUN.ORG

FGCU Eagles Avg 13.4 14.2 11.1 11.5 9.6 9.9 9.2 8.8 8.6 10.8 5.3 7.0 4.2 4.6 2.9 3.1 2.3 2.1 1.7 2.0 1.0 1.2 0.5 0.5 0.1 0.2 0.0 0.0

Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 2 * LIPSCOMB W, 76-73 7 * at ETSU L, 78-102 9 * at USC Upstate L, 62-71 14 * MERCER L, 75-82 16 * KENNESAW STATE W , 61-57 19 * at UNF L, 59-69 21 * at Jacksonville L, 53-71 * - Atlantic Sun Conference Game 1 - O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic (Various Sites)

09-10 SCHEDULE

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ! - at Seattle, Wash. (Athletes in Action Classic) ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer

UNIVERSITY FACTS -In its second decade of service, Florida Gulf Coast University enjoys an enrollment growth annually in double digit percentages for full-time-equivalent students and now enrolls 11,073 students, placing FGCU among the fastest growing public universities in the United States.

- The Eagles return four of their Top 5 scorers from 200809. In addition to Baker, FGCU returns Kyle Marks, Derrick O’Neil and Reggie Chambers.

- On the 2008 National Survey of Student Engagement, FGCU seniors consistently rated the quality of their undergraduate learning experience above those of their national peers, including the State University System of Florida. -FGCU has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll each year since 2006 and received the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching’s voluntary classification for Community Engagement in 2008. Every undergraduate student at FGCU participates in community service. Student athletes complete over 3,000 hours of community service each year.

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE 2009-10 BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

- FGCU returns its leading scorer from a season ago in Reed Baker, who averaged 13.4-points a season ago and ranked 12th in the conference in scoring.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES - FGCU ranked fourth in field goal percentage defense and second in 3-point percentage defense. - The Eagles posted a mark of 11-20 a season ago with a mark of 11-6 at Alico Arena.

Derrick O’Neil led the Eagles in rebounds a season ago.

FEBRUARY 1 * at Mercer 7:30 p.m. 4 * ETSU 7:30 p.m. 6 * Campbell 5:15 p.m. 11 * at Jacksonville 7:15 p.m. 13 * at UNF 7:00 p.m. 18 * Lipscomb 7:30 p.m. 20 * Belmont 5:15 p.m. 25 * USC Upstate 7:05 p.m. MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S TEAMS

NOVEMBER 13 at Michigan State 7:00 p.m. 19 at Prairie View A&M 8:00 p.m. 21 at Southern Methodist 8:00 p.m. 25 at Miami 7:00 p.m. DECEMBER 1 bethune cookman 7:05 p.m. 5 at Longwood 2:00 p.m. 12 FIU 7:30 p.m. 14 * at USC Upstate 7:00 p.m. 16 at North Carolina Central 7:00 p.m. 22 DePaul 7:05 p.m. 29 * at Stetson 8:00 p.m. JANUARY 2 * at Belmont 5:15 p.m. 4 * at Lipscomb 8:30 p.m. 8 * UNF 7:05 p.m. 10 * Jacksonville 2:05 p.m. 14 * at Campbell 8:00 p.m. 16 * at ESTU 4:00 p.m. 22 * Kennesaw State 7:05 p.m. 24 * Mercer 2:05 p.m. 27 * Stetson 7:30 p.m. 30 * Kennesaw State 7:30 p.m.

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 18 1 at No. 24 Kansas L, 45-85 20 NC CENTRAL W, 66-58 24 1 RICHMOND L, 58-69 25 1 BRADLEY L, 54-58 26 1 UMKC L, 69-73 DECEMBER 1 FAU W, 60-55 4 * at Stetson L, 71-76 10 at Florida L,60-94 13 * CAMPBELL W, 72-68 14 JOHNSON & WALES W, 65-46 20 at Butler L, 53-73 22 at No. 24 Michigan L, 59-76 30 ARMY W, 70-61 JANUARY 3 * at Lipscomb L, 76-82 5 * at Belmont L, 67-79 8 * STETSON W, 85-76 10 * USC UPSTATE W, 80-56 12 * ETSU W, 64-61 16 * at Mercer L, 63-88 18 * at Kennesaw State L, 69-70 23 * UNF W, 50-44 25 * JACKSONVILLE L, 65-75 28 * at Campbell L, 62-78 31 * BELMONT L, 74-92

MEN’S HISTORY

65.2 68.1 71.5 73.5

MEN’S TEAMS

TO Blk Stl Pts 103 1 32 415 59 1 23 284 54 0 26 343 35 0 19 229 63 51 21 297 42 40 14 197 76 17 48 285 50 9 31 175 84 1 28 250 57 1 23 205 26 1 11 63 7 0 1 14 25 6 15 126 15 6 11 92 25 7 14 91 15 5 8 62 47 2 27 69 31 2 18 41 14 1 12 54 10 1 6 39 16 3 1 22 8 2 1 18 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 2 1 3 2 1 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 4 544 91 238 2021 334 67 158 1362 489 88 267 2218 318 61 166 1470

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A 16 82 98 3.2 53 2 77 8 46 54 2.7 32 1 50 22 53 75 2.4 49 0 40 15 32 47 2.4 31 0 28 44 139 183 5.9 105 7 19 30 87 117 5.9 64 2 15 87 139 226 7.3 86 4 77 61 98 159 8.0 62 3 51 11 72 83 2.9 71 2 81 5 51 56 2.9 55 2 56 1 16 17 1.4 18 0 14 0 2 2 1.0 4 0 4 30 50 80 2.7 79 3 10 17 34 51 2.6 54 2 3 27 48 75 2.4 63 1 23 16 30 46 2.3 43 1 12 13 38 51 1.7 39 0 39 8 27 35 1.8 30 0 29 17 27 44 1.4 26 0 23 11 20 31 1.6 16 0 15 14 15 29 1.3 32 1 16 11 9 20 1.3 18 0 11 1 0 1 0.1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0.1 2 0 1 2 3 5 0.3 5 0 1 2 2 4 0.4 3 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 66 64 130 4.2 0 45 45 90 4.5 0 351 746 1097 35.4 628 20 422 230 483 713 35.7 414 11 276 404 775 1179 38.0 623 - 465 273 514 787 39.3 402 12 306

INSIDE THE ASUN

TOTAL 3-PTS ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 03 BAKER, Reed 31 29 904 29.2 126 364 .346 60 183 .328 103 122 .844 Conference-Only... 20 18 581 29.1 87 244 .357 37 118 .314 73 88 .830 20 FRANKLIN, Delvin 31 29 940 30.3 104 272 .382 68 186 .366 67 92 .728 Conference-Only... 20 18 597 29.9 68 188 .362 44 126 .349 49 70 .700 12 MARKS, Kyle 31 30 724 23.4 118 235 .502 0 2 .000 61 110 .555 Conference-Only... 20 20 471 23.6 74 153 .484 0 2 .000 49 87 .563 24 O’NEIL, Derrick 31 28 850 27.4 99 235 .421 3 10 .300 84 134 .627 Conference-Only... 20 18 561 28.1 62 152 .408 2 9 .222 49 85 .576 05 CHAMBERS, Reggie 29 17 627 21.6 81 203 .399 28 86 .326 60 83 .723 Conference-Only... 19 15 470 24.7 66 161 .410 25 73 .342 48 66 .727 10 VEGA, Ben 12 0 161 13.4 20 57 .351 5 21 .238 18 23 .783 Conference-Only... 2 0 30 15.0 6 9 .667 2 4 .500 0 1 .000 42 WOLF, Christian 30 8 523 17.4 45 112 .402 0 0 .000 36 49 .735 Conference-Only... 20 5 332 16.6 33 74 .446 0 0 .000 26 35 .743 22 ROLAX, Ed 31 1 419 13.5 29 69 .420 0 4 .000 33 45 .733 Conference-Only... 20 1 263 13.2 21 44 .477 0 2 .000 20 27 .741 04 SMITH, Addison 30 6 406 13.5 20 50 .400 2 6 .333 27 33 .818 Conference-Only... 20 3 283 14.2 12 33 .364 1 4 .250 16 20 .800 11 LUTKENHAUS, Chad 31 4 407 13.1 19 36 .528 1 4 .250 15 28 .536 Conference-Only... 20 2 271 13.6 15 22 .682 1 3 .333 8 12 .667 34 ERKVANIA, George 22 2 178 8.1 9 28 .321 0 1 .000 4 7 .571 Conference-Only... 15 0 100 6.7 7 20 .350 0 0 .000 4 5 .800 25 GELIN, Harris 8 0 14 1.8 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 Conference-Only... 8 0 14 1.8 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 21 BAKER, Matt 15 1 44 2.9 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 Conference-Only... 10 0 28 2.8 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 25 BUTTERWORTH, Carey 3 0 4 1.3 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 Conference-Only... 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 31 671 1666 .403 167 504 .331 512 732 .699 Conference-Only... 20 452 1102 .410 112 341 .328 346 502 .689 Opponents...... 31 754 1774 .425 229 705 .325 481 719 .669 Conference-Only... 20 491 1153 .426 156 462 .338 332 500 .664

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JACKSONVILLE University DOLPHINS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

1 2 3 5 10 14 15 23 30 33 35 41 44

Pos

Ht

Travis Cohn G 6-2 Russell Powell G 5-9 Ben Smith G 5-10 Jimmy McMurrin G 6-3 Ayron Hardy F 6-5 Josh Sparks F 6-7 Chris Edwards G 6-1 Tevin Galvin G 6-4 Szymon Lukasiak C 6-10 Chris Rozier F 6-6 Will Alston F/C 6-7 Lehmon Colbert F 6-6 Glenn Powell F 6-5

Wt

Cl

Hometown/Previous School

165 150 165 180 188 190 170 210 240 210 230 205 200

Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr.

Decatur, Ala./Austin Business Admin. Newnan, Ga./Newnan Undeclared Dublin, Ga./Dublin Sports Admin. Las Vegas, Nev. Undeclared Birmingham, Ala./Huffman Business Admin. Savannah, Ga./Sav. Christ. Acad. Undeclared Albany, Ga./Westover Undeclared Palm Coast, Fla./Flagler Palm Coast Undeclared Krakow, Poland/Monteverde Acad. Computer Art & Design Jacksonville, Fla./Wolfson Undeclared Laurel, Md./Laurel Undeclared Roberta, Ga./Crawford Co. Geography Deerfield Beach, Fla./Fork Union Undeclared

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

POSTSEASON 1970 Mideast Region (Dayton, Ohio) Mar 7 Western Kentucky W, 109-96 (Columbus, Ohio) Mar 12 Iowa W, 104-103 Mar 14 Kentucky W, 106-100 (College Park, Md.) Mar 19 St. Bonaventure W, 91-83 Mar 21 UCLA L, 69-80 1971 Mideast Region (South Bend, Ind.) Mar 13 Western Kentucky L, 72-74 1973 Mideast Region (Dayton, Ohio) Mar 10 Austin Peay L, 75-77 1979 Midwest Region (Lawrence, Kan.) Mar 9 Virginia Tech L, 53-70 1986 Midwest Region (Dayton, Ohio) Mar 13 Temple L, 50-61 (OT)

DOLPHINS IN THE NIT

1972 (New York City) Mar 17 Fordham Mar 20 Lafayette Mar 23 Maryland Mar 25 St. John’s

W, 94-75 W, 87-76 L, 77-91 W, 83-80

1974 (New York City) Mar 16 Massachusetts W, 73-69 Mar 19 Maryland Eastern-Shore W, 85-83 Mar 23 Purdue L, 63-78 Mar 24 Boston College L, 77-87 1980 (Jacksonville, Fla.) Mar 5 Murray State L, 49-53 1987 (Nashville, Tenn.) Mar 12 Vanderbilt L, 72-74 2009 (Gainesville, Fla.) Mar 18 Florida L, 62-84

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Cliff Warren

16.9 Ben Smith 6.2 Lehmon Colbert 1.7 Lehmon Colbert .606 Ayron Hardy .415 Lehmon Colbert .859 Aric Brooks 1.7 Ayron Hardy 0.9 Ayron Hardy 28.7 Ayron Hardy

DOLPHINS IN THE NCAA

Academic Major

Alma Mater: Mount St. Mary’s (1990) Office: 904-256-7415 Record at Jacksonville: 52-67 Overall Record: Same

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Fla. Location.................................................... Jacksonville, Founded...........................................1951 Founded....................................................................... 1934 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment.................................................................. 3,436 Member Since............................................................. Since................................2001 Member 1998 Nickname............................................................... ......................................Bruins Nickname. Dolphins Colors........................................................Green ............................................Navy Blue, Red, Colors. and White Gold President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President........................................ Dr. Kerry Romesburg Athletics Director. Director......................................Alan .......................Mike Strickland Athletics Verlander Faculty Athletics Athletics Rep.. Rep............................ ..................RichDr. Tiner Faculty Kim Capriotti Senior Woman Woman Administrator..............Marsha Administrator....Betty Wiseman Senior Haskew

Year

School

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville

Overall Pct.

1-26 15-14 18-13 18-14

.037 .517 .581 .563

A-Sun

Pct.

1-19 11-7 12-4 15-5

.050 .611 .750 .750

Career Record 52-67 A-Sun Record 39-35

Facility Information Home Court. Court..................................Curb Center Home ...............Jacksonville VeteransEvent Memorial Arena Year Opened............................................................... Opened..................................2003 Year 2003 Capacity......................................................................... .........................................5000 Capacity. 5191 Home Record.............................................................. Record................................ Home 31-8 Team Facts Head Coach...................................................Cliff Coach...................................Rick Byrd Warren AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Assistant .........................................Alexander Darryl Bruce ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Coach......................................... Winston Neal ...........................Roger Idstrom Assistant Coach.......................................... Trevor Quinn 2008-09 Record.........................................................18-14 ...........................25-9 ...................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish............................................ 15-5/1st R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L.....................................................................4/1 .......................9/3 Letterwinners R/L..........................................................8/4 Team History ..................2 Regular Season Titles........................................................ 1 ...........2008 Last Regular Season Title.......................................... 2009 Tournament Titles............................................................. Titles.........................3 0 .................2008 Last Tournament Title..................................................N/A Appearance.....2009 Last Tournament Appearance.................................. 2009 Record.....................11-4(10 (7 AppearTournament Record...................5-10 appearances) ances)

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball Contact.............................. Joel Lamp Office...........................................904-256-7409 Fax................................................904-304-2067 e-mail...........................................jlamp@ju.edu Press Row.......................................................TBA Web site..........................www.JUDolphins.com

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Jacksonville dolphins 32 20 32 20 31 20 32 20 32 20 32 20 29 17 29 18 28 16 32 20 27 19 30 18

32 20 31 19 31 20 30 18 28 19 1 0 4 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

1160 723 855 538 891 606 806 478 678 445 444 253 339 175 275 152 320 200 293 196 225 187 194 102

36.2 36.2 26.7 26.9 28.7 30.3 25.2 23.9 21.2 22.3 13.9 12.7 11.7 10.3 9.5 8.4 11.4 12.5 9.2 9.8 8.3 9.8 6.5 5.7

168 99 133 91 126 84 111 71 86 59 38 20 40 17 35 24 28 22 27 20 19 16 11 7

399 232 291 196 208 133 240 146 184 121 95 56 103 51 72 44 81 49 73 48 51 42 44 17

.421 .427 .457 .464 .606 .632 .463 .486 .467 .488 .400 .357 .388 .333 .486 .545 .346 .449 .370 .417 .373 .381 .250 .412

66 38 34 22 15 11 10 6 20 13 5 3 26 12 0 0 9 8 11 7 0 0 5 2

179 103 82 53 35 24 34 18 53 34 15 11 72 38 0 0 35 21 35 18 0 0 34 11

.369 .369 .415 .415 .429 .458 .294 .333 .377 .382 .333 .273 .361 .316 .000 .000 .257 .381 .314 .389 .000 .000 .147 .182

138 88 77 46 45 37 88 59 27 17 61 38 16 12 11 5 12 9 13 11 24 20 6 4

175 103 112 65 64 51 154 102 33 21 71 43 19 15 28 15 22 16 18 15 44 39 9 6

.789 .854 .688 .708 .703 .725 .571 .578 .818 .810 .859 .884 .842 .800 .393 .333 .545 .563 .722 .733 .545 .513 .667 .667

23 13 68 49 73 47 88 57 48 27 23 14 7 2 28 18 30 19 10 9 10 8 10 6

82 43 131 76 91 62 125 88 58 35 40 20 27 15 35 22 42 30 15 13 25 22 22 12

105 56 199 125 164 109 213 145 106 62 63 34 34 17 63 40 72 49 25 22 35 30 32 18

3.3 2.8 6.2 6.3 5.3 5.5 6.7 7.3 3.3 3.1 2.0 1.7 1.2 1.0 2.2 2.2 2.6 3.1 0.8 1.1 1.3 1.6 1.1 1.0

54 30 88 56 89 58 86 49 59 38 54 28 31 13 65 35 40 17 28 22 29 25 22 16

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

128 84 54 35 53 37 48 24 46 31 20 17 13 5 1 1 20 12 23 16 1 1 12 6

TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 32 822 1841 .446 201 574 .350 518 749 .692 Conference-Only... 20 530 1135 .467 122 331 .369 346 491 .705 Opponents...... 32 775 1702 .455 185 494 .374 475 716 .663 Conference-Only... 20 466 1069 .436 106 302 .351 295 432 .683

38 20 456 289 328 216

46 84 2.6 0 29 49 2.5 0 739 1195 37.3 645 14 419 467 756 37.8 387 8 269 698 1026 32.1 653 - 382 399 615 30.8 408 7 223

74 44 74 50 43 27 62 32 46 31 33 16 28 14 17 9 22 16 28 24 17 14 13 10

0 0 18 13 28 20 26 21 10 7 3 3 2 1 15 7 3 2 1 1 8 8 3 3

70 41 16 13 52 36 44 28 29 19 15 9 5 3 2 1 15 10 6 3 3 3 4 3

540 324 377 250 312 216 320 207 219 148 142 81 122 58 81 53 77 61 78 58 62 52 33 20

16.9 16.2 11.8 12.5 10.1 10.8 10.0 10.4 6.8 7.4 4.4 4.1 4.2 3.4 2.8 2.9 2.8 3.8 2.4 2.9 2.3 2.7 1.1 1.1

3 2 460 117 261 2363 73.8 289 86 169 1528 76.4 514 107 245 2210 69.1 333 60 147 1333 66.7

2008-09 RESULTS

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game 1 - Atlantic Sun Championship (Nashville, Tenn) 2 - National Invitation Tournament (Gainesville, Fla.)

NOVEMBER 16 at Florida State 7:00 p.m. 24 at California 10:30 p.m. 27 at South Carolina 7:00 p.m. 30 at Georgia State 7:00 p.m. DECEMBER 4 Florida 7:00 p.m. 16 at Bethune-Cookman 7:00 p.m. 19 * at Campbell 3:15 p.m. 21 * at ETSU 7:00 p.m. 29 ! vs. Buffalo 4:30 p.m. 30 ! vs. UCF /Liberty TBD JANUARY 2 * Mercer 7:15 p.m. 4 * Kennesaw State 3:15 p.m. 8 * at Stetson 7:00 p.m. 10 * at FGCU 2:05 p.m. 14 * Lipscomb 7:15 p.m. 16 * Belmont 3:15 p.m. 18 * UNF 7:15 p.m. 23 * USC Upstate 7:15 p.m. 25 at Savannah State 7:00 p.m. 29 * at UNF 7:00 p.m. 31 * at USC Upstate 3:15 p.m.

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ! - at Seattle, Wash. (Athletes in Action Classic) ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer

UNIVERSITY FACTS - Jacksonville University is ranked in the top-tier of masters universities in the south by U.S.News & World Report.

- JU recently completed a $30 million addition to its oncampus residence halls. - JU broke ground this fall on the Marine Science Research Institute, a 30,000 square-foot facility that will be a “certified green” energy-efficient building, complete with solar panels and a rainwater drainage system.

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COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

- JU advanced to the postseason for the first time since 1987 with the first conference regular season title in the program’s history. The Dolphins are looking to return to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1986.

- JU’s academic offerings have expanded to include new undergraduate programs in film studies and music business as well as a master’s program in Leadership and Learning, with a concentration in Sports Management.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES - The Dolphins return their leading scorer, Ben Smith, from 2008-09. Smith ranked sixth in the A-Sun in scoring and second in steals a season ago. - Jacksonville returns four of its Top 5 scoreres from a season ago inculding its Top 3 in Smith, Lehmon Colbert and Ayron Hardy. Colbert ranked 10th in the conference a season ago in rebounds and helped the Dolphins to a league leading 14.25 offensive rebounds per-game. Hardy led the A-Sun in field goal percentage (.606). Ayron Hardy led the Atlantic Sun Conference in field goal percentage a season ago.

FEBRUARY 5 * at Belmont 7:00 p.m. 7 * at Lipscomb 2:00 p.m. 11 * FGCU 7:15 p.m. 13 * Stetson 3:15 p.m. 18 * at Kennesaw State 7:30 p.m. 20 * at Mercer 3:30 p.m. 25 * Campbell 7:15 p.m. 27 * ETSU 2:00 p.m. MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S TEAMS

FEBRUARY 1 * USC UPSTATE L, 59-70 7 * at Mercer L, 71-72 9 * at Kennesaw State W, 59-56 12 * UNF W, 72-50 16 * CAMPBELL L, 83-89 21 * FGCU W, 71-53 23 * STETSON W, 81-66 26 * at Lipscomb L, 82-92 28 * at Belmont W, 84-82 (OT) MARCH 6 1 at Lipscomb W, 88-72 7 1 vs ETSU L, 68-85 18 2 vs Florida L, 62-84

09-10 SCHEDULE

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 15 FLORIDA STATE L, 57-59 17 at No. 22 Georgetown L, 62-71 22 AMERICAN L, 67-75 24 at Baylor L, 68-76 28 at Georgia Tech L, 76-79 DECEMBER 4 * BELMONT W, 65-64 6 * LIPSCOMB W, 83-67 17 at No. 17 Ohio State L, 68-81 22 BETHUNE-COOKMAN L, 64-66 (OT) 29 TROY W, 86-73 JANUARY 3 * at ETSU L, 82-84 5 * at USC Upstate W, 79-69 9 * MERCER W, 80-59 1 * KENNESAW STATE W, 82-61 15 * at UNF W, 78-38 17 * at Campbell W, 76-63 20 SAVANNAH STATE W, 69-56 23 * at Stetson W, 84-61 25 * at FGCU W, 75-65 30 * ETSU W, 82-72

MEN’S HISTORY

Returning Players in Italics

MEN’S TEAMS

SMITH,Ben Conference-Only... COLBERT,Lehmon Conference-Only... HARDY,Ayron Conference-Only... ALLEN,Marcus Conference-Only... COHN,Travis Conference-Only... BROOKS,Aric Conference-Only... JEFFERSON,Evan Conference-Only... LUKASIAK,Szymon Conference-Only... GALVIN,Tevin Conference-Only... EDWARDS,Chris Conference-Only... ALSTON,Will Conference-Only... GILBERT,Brian Conference-Only...

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

03 41 10 45 01 22 34 30 23 15 35 02

TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

INSIDE THE ASUN

## Player

19

Kennesaw State University OWLS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

1 2 3 5 12 14 15 21 23 24 30 32 33 40 41 50

Pos

Ht

Kurtis Woods G 6-3 Markeith Cummings F 6-7 Kelvin McConnell G 6-0 Spencer Dixon G 6-0 Jay Mitchell F 6-9 Matt Heramb F 6-9 LaDaris Green F 6-9 Cortez Irby G 6-4 Junior Ajayi G 6-0 Artie Marine F 6-6 Jon-Michael Nickerson F 6-6 James McRae F 6-6 Zadrian Gibson F 6-6 Romain Henry G 6-5 Jonathan Whipple F 6-7 Mirza Medinic C 6-10

Wt

Cl

Hometown/Previous School

200 210 185 170 240 230 200 205 185 205 215 220 195 225 215 240

So. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Huntsville, Ala. / Lee Undeclared Savannah, Ga. / Beach Undeclared Smyrna, Ga. / Whitefield Academy Communications Marietta, Ga. / Kennesaw Mountain Undeclared LaGrange, Ga. / LaGrange Management Douglasville, Ga. / Chapel Hill Communications Savannah, Ga. / Beach Undeclared Camden, Ala. / Shelton State CC Business Atlanta, Ga. / Riverdale Accounting Cambridge, Md. / Independence Undeclared Millbrook, Ala. / Stan Hope Elmore Sports Management Brunswick, Ga. / Brunswick High School Undeclared Enterprise, Ala. / Pebblebrook Psychology Atlanta, Ga. / Stephenson High School Business Management Gordon, Ga. / Wilkinson County Communications Brcko, Bosnia / Shiloh Business

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

OWLS IN THE NCAA None

OWLS IN THE NIT None

Tony Ingle

11.9 Kelvin McConnell 5.6 Jon-Michael Nickerson 2.7 Spencer Dixon .406 Jon-Michael Nickerson .379 Kelvin McConnell .877 Kelvin McConnell 1.6 Spencer Dixon 1.3 Zadrian Gibson 33.6 Kelvin McConnell

POSTSEASON

Academic Major

Alma Mater: Huntington (1975) Office: 770-423-6389 Record at Kennesaw State: 158-122 Overall Record: 228-171

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location......................................................Kennesaw, Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Ga. Founded...................................................................... 1963 Founded...........................................1951 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment............................................................... 21,162 Member Since............................................................ Since................................2001 2005 Nickname.....................................................................Owls ......................................Bruins Nickname. Colors........................................................ ............................................NavyBlack Blue, and Red,Gold White Colors. President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President...................................................... Dr. Dan Papp Athletics Director. Director................................. .......................MikeDr. Strickland Athletics Dave Waples Faculty Athletics Rep.....................Rich Tiner Faculty Athletics Rep............................... Patrick Devine Senior Woman Administrator....Betty Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator............ Brenda Stopher Facility Information Home Court........................KSU Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Convocation Center Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened........................................................... 2005 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity.................................................................. 4400 Home HomeRecord................................ Record........................................................28-24

Year

School

1985-88 1988-89 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Gordon JC UAH Kennesaw State Kennesaw State Kennesaw State Kennesaw State Kennesaw State Kennesaw State Kennesaw State Kennesaw State Kennesaw State

Overall Pct.

61-32 10-18 11-15 20-9 25-10 35-4 24-6 12-17 13-18 10-20 7-22

A-Sun

Pct.

.656 .357 .423 .690 .714 .897 .800 .414 10-10 .419 9-9 .333 7-9 .241 3-17

.500 .500 .438 .150

Career Record 228-171 A-Sun Record 29-45

Team Facts Coach...................................Rick Byrd Head Coach......................................................Tony Ingle AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant ........................................... Greg Matta Assistant Coach. Coach...................................Montez ...........................Brian AyersRobinson Assistant Assistant Coach. Coach................................................. ...........................Roger Idstrom Assistant Che Roth 2008-09 Record. Record........................................................... ...........................25-9 2008-09 7-22 A-Sun Record/Finish. Record/Finish......................................... ...................14-2/1st 3-17/11th A-Sun Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L....................................................................5/0 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L...................................................... 13/3 Team History Regular Season Season Titles. Titles........................................................ ..................2 Regular 0 Title. ............2008 Last LastRegular RegularSeason Season Title.......................................N/A Tournament Titles.........................3 Tournament Titles............................................................ 0 Last Tournament Title...................2008 Last Tournament Title.............................................N/A Last Tournament Appearance.....2009 Tournament Last Tournament Appearance................................N/A Record.....................11-4 (7 AppearTournament Record...................................................N/A ances)

20

MEDIA INFORMATION

Basketball Contact............................ Mark Toma Office...........................................770-499-3217 Fax................................................770-423-6665 e-mail......................... mtoma@kennesaw.edu Press Row......................................770-499-3168 Web site.............................www.KSUOwls.com

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Kennesaw State owls 29 20 29 20 29 20 7 0 29 20 28 20 26 19 29 20 7 1 14 14 25 18 16 13 16 14 18 14

27 18 29 20 29 20 7 0 19 18 23 18 2 1 8 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

973 669 853 626 815 540 184 0 864 648 631 467 483 374 362 191 64 8 167 167 168 110 73 62 106 95 82 68

33.6 111 287 .387 66 33.5 76 199 .382 41 29.4 108 302 .358 53 31.3 79 220 .359 39 28.1 116 286 .406 16 27.0 72 182 .396 9 26.3 26 55 .473 8 0.0 0 0 .000 0 29.8 70 241 .290 31 32.4 54 181 .298 23 22.5 60 134 .448 6 23.4 46 103 .447 4 18.6 45 87 .517 1 19.7 36 68 .529 1 12.5 35 73 .479 2 9.6 20 40 .500 2 9.1 7 16 .438 1 8.0 1 3 .333 0 11.9 10 25 .400 0 11.9 10 25 .400 0 6.7 14 45 .311 7 6.1 10 31 .323 5 4.6 7 41 .171 5 4.8 5 33 .152 3 6.6 6 18 .333 2 6.8 6 18 .333 2 4.6 5 16 .313 0 4.9 3 14 .214 0

174 114 171 124 57 34 25 0 104 81 22 16 4 4 2 2 3 0 3 3 22 17 30 24 9 9 0 0

.379 .360 .310 .315 .281 .265 .320 .000 .298 .284 .273 .250 .250 .250 1.000 1.000 .333 .000 .000 .000 .318 .294 .167 .125 .222 .222 .000 .000

57 35 35 25 46 33 3 0 43 34 10 7 13 11 21 16 2 0 8 8 9 5 0 0 3 1 2 2

65 40 53 42 65 47 5 0 69 55 18 12 27 25 32 25 6 1 17 17 15 9 0 0 4 2 5 4

17 10 33 23 50 25 4 0 40 35 53 39 41 33 19 8 4 2 18 18 18 10 4 4 5 4 1 0

39 25 53 40 111 71 15 0 73 54 40 34 66 50 38 19 2 0 11 11 14 9 4 3 11 9 5 3

56 35 86 63 161 96 19 0 113 89 93 73 107 83 57 27 6 2 29 29 32 19 8 7 16 13 6 3

1.9 1.8 3.0 3.2 5.6 4.8 2.7 0.0 3.9 4.5 3.3 3.7 4.1 4.4 2.0 1.4 0.9 2.0 2.1 2.1 1.3 1.1 0.5 0.5 1.0 0.9 0.3 0.2

61 42 46 39 72 48 17 0 57 40 68 48 56 46 42 19 12 0 14 14 18 12 8 6 15 13 16 13

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

71 49 39 24 56 43 24 0 78 55 11 7 9 6 3 1 2 1 11 11 9 8 1 1 3 1 3 2

TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 29 620 1626 .381 198 626 .316 252 381 .661 Conference-Only... 20 418 1117 .374 129 428 .301 177 279 .634 Opponents...... 29 707 1501 .471 160 443 .361 416 615 .676 Conference-Only... 20 514 1054 .488 121 312 .388 289 427 .677

49 41 356 252 359 246

48 97 3.3 0 34 75 3.8 0 530 886 30.6 502 11 320 362 614 30.7 340 5 209 712 1071 36.9 433 - 395 496 742 37.1 304 0 300

79 51 71 48 45 28 8 0 77 55 22 17 26 18 23 15 10 0 13 13 15 9 5 5 5 5 5 3

0 0 4 3 23 14 2 0 2 2 7 4 33 25 17 11 0 0 4 4 0 0 2 1 3 2 5 3

35 23 20 16 36 23 17 0 46 37 23 17 10 7 5 1 6 0 9 9 3 2 2 2 4 4 1 1

345 228 304 222 294 186 63 0 214 165 136 103 104 84 93 58 17 2 28 28 44 30 19 13 17 15 12 8

11.9 11.4 10.5 11.1 10.1 9.3 9.0 0.0 7.4 8.3 4.9 5.2 4.0 4.4 3.2 2.9 2.4 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.8 1.7 1.2 1.0 1.1 1.1 0.7 0.6

11 9 415 102 217 1690 58.3 276 69 142 1142 57.1 436 83 222 1990 68.6 272 64 149 1438 71.9

Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 5 * MERCER L, 56-75 7 * UNF W, 69-65 (OT) 9 * JACKSONVILLE L, 56-59 14 * at Stetson L, 39-59 16 * at FGCU L, 57-61 20 * BELMONT L, 39-54 22 * LIPSCOMB L, 44-61 26 * at ETSU L, 46-81 28 * at USC Upstate L, 51-80 * - Atlantic Sun Conference Game 1 - 100 Club Classic (Kennesaw, Ga)

09-10 SCHEDULE

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - Atlantic Sun ! - Chicago Invitational Challenge

UNIVERSITY FACTS - As of fall 2008, KSU expects more than 21,000 students.They now have students from 142 countries, and with the addition of the new Doctor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Arts in Dance degrees, they have 67 degree programs.

- Kennesaw State University, a comprehensive residential university in metro Atlanta, is Georgia’s third-largest university with more than 3,000 beds.

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COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

- Kelvin McConnell led Kennesaw State in points, 3-point percentage, free throw percentage and minutes played. Spencer Dixon ranks first among returning Owls in assists and steals.

- KSU is expanding with the construction of a new $60-million Health Sciences Building which will allow the university to bring more nurses and other health professionals into Georgia’s communities.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES - Kennesaw State head coach Tony Ingle enters it fifth season of Atlantic Sun Conference play holding a record of 29-45. - The Owls return all five starters and 13 letterwinners from a season ago. Nine unperclassmen led Kennesaw State with three freshman and sophomore also on the roster.

Spencer Dixon returns as the Owls leader in steals.

FEBRUARY 1 * Stetson 7:30 p.m. 4 * Mercer 7:30 p.m. 6 * USC Upstate 7:30 p.m. 12 * at ETSU 7:00 p.m. 15 * at Campbell 7:00 p.m. 18 * Jacksonville 7:30 p.m. 20 * UNF 7:30 p.m. 25 * at Lipscomb 7:30 p.m. 27 * at Belmont 7:15 p.m. MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S TEAMS

NOVEMBER 13 North Greenville 7:30 p.m. 14 North Georgia 7:30 p.m. 22 ! Saint Louis TBA 24 ! Notre Dame 7:30 p.m. 27 ! Tennessee State 1:00 p.m. 28 ! TBA TBA DECEMBER 3 * Belmont 7:30 p.m. 5 * Lipscomb 7:30 p.m. 13 at Maine 1:00 p.m. 19 at Western Michigan 2:00 p.m. 22 at Georgia Tech 2:00 p.m. 29 Fordham 7:30 p.m. JANUARY 2 * at UNF 7:00 p.m. 4 * at Jacksonville 7:15 p.m. 7 * ETSU 7:30 p.m. 9 * Campbell 7:30 p.m. 12 SIU-Edwardsville 7:30 p.m. 17 * at USC Upstate 3:00 p.m. 22 * FGCU 7:05 p.m. 24 * at Stetson 2:00 p.m. 27 * at Mercer 7:30 p.m. 30 * FGCU 7:30 p.m.

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 14 1 WESTERN ILLINOIS W, 85-63 15 1 MAINE L, 47-60 18 CLARK ATLANTA W, 70-60 21 at James Madison L, 69-82 26 at Colgate W, 54-50 29 MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE W, 64-49 DECEMBER 1 * USC UPSTATE W, 66-64 13 at Florida A&M L, 58-63 16 at Savannah State L, 49-53 23 * ETSU L, 62-76 31 at Georgia L, 52-72 JANUARY 5 * at Campbell L, 67-77 9 * at UNF L, 44-66 11 * at Jacksonville L, 61-82 16 * STETSON L, 52-69 18 * FGCU W, 70-69 24 * at Belmont L, 66-75 26 * at Lipscomb L, 78-90 29 * at Mercer L, 75-88 31 * CAMPBELL L, 44-87

MEN’S HISTORY

.877 .875 .660 .595 .708 .702 .600 .000 .623 .618 .556 .583 .481 .440 .656 .640 .333 .000 .471 .471 .600 .556 .000 .000 .750 .500 .400 .500

MEN’S TEAMS

McCONNELL, Kelvin Conference-Only... WOODS, Kurtis Conference-Only... NICKERSON, Jon-Mich Conference-Only... POLLOCK, J.D. Conference-Only... DIXON, Spencer Conference-Only... WHIPPLE, Jonathan Conference-Only... GIBSON, Zadrian Conference-Only... ALLISON, John Conference-Only... CHAMBERS, Brandon Conference-Only... MITCHELL, Jay Conference-Only... MARINE, Artie Conference-Only... CROFT, Jeff Conference-Only... AJAYI, Junior Conference-Only... MEDINIC, Mirza Conference-Only...

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

03 01 30 21 05 41 33 40 22 12 24 32 23 50

TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

INSIDE THE ASUN

## Player

21

LIPSCOMB University BISONS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

0 1 3 5 10 15 20 21 22 23 24 31 32 33 34 35

Pos

Ht

Josh Slater G 6-3 Brandon Barnes G 6-3 Johnny Lee G 5-9 Jacob Arnett G 6-4 Jordan Burgason G 6-3 Justin Glenn C 6-8 Zach Brown G 6-3 Rob Murphy F 6-7 Jerry Macon G 5-10 Brian Wright F 6-6 Brett Staal G 6-4 Michael Teller F 6-5 Milos Kleut C 6-10 Matt Shaw F 6-7 Adnan Hodzic C 6-9 Brandon Brown F 6-7

Wt

200 185 165 210 190 235 180 230 165 200 185 190 220 240 255 215

Cl

Hometown/Previous School

Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr.

Nashville, Tenn. /David Lipscomb Corporate Management Douglasville, Ga. /Chapel Hill Communications Nashville, Tenn. /George Washington Univ. Masters Memphis, Tenn. /Tipton-Rosemark Undeclared Ames, Iowa /Ames Marketing Tulsa, Okla. /Centenary College Accounting/Finance Mason, Ohio /Mason Undeclared Nashville, Tenn. /Brentwood Academy Undeclared Southfield, Mich. /Southfield Undeclared Nashville, Tenn. /Brentwood Academy Accounting Nashville, Tenn. /David Lipscomb Exercise Science Lafayette, Ind. /McCutcheon Biochemistry Belgrade, Serbia /North Cobb Christian Undeclared Marietta, Ga. /North Cobb Christian Management Sarajevo, Bosnia /North Central Management Nashville, Tenn. /Brentwood Academy Management

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

Scott Sanderson

17.1 Adnan Hodzic 7.1 Adnan Hodzic 3.2 Josh Slater .587 Adnan Hodzic .356 Jordan Burgason .747 Adnan Hodzic 1.5 Josh Slater 0.5 Brian Wright 28.9 Michael Teller

POSTSEASON BISONS IN THE NCAA None

BISONS IN THE NIT 2006 (El Paso, Texas) Mar 14 at UTEP

Academic Major

Alma Mater: South Carolina (1984) Office: 615-279-6479 Record at Lipscomb: 163-139 Overall Record: 247-164

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Tenn. Location...................................................... Nashville, Founded...........................................1951 Founded.........................................................................1891 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment.....................................................................3054 Member Since................................2001 L, 66-85 Member Since...............................................................2003 Nickname.....................................................................Bisons ......................................Bruins Nickname. Colors.........................................................Purple ............................................Navy Blue, Red, Colors. andWhite Gold President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President...................................Dr. L. Randolph Lowry III Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director. ................................ Faculty Athletics Rep.. ...................Rich Philip Tiner Hutcheson Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep............................. Dr. Kent Johnson Senior Woman Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator.................Dr. Lin Garner Facility Information Home Court.................................................... Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Allen Arena Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened..............................................................2001 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity......................................................................5028 Home Record............................................................. Record................................ Home 63-29

Year

School

Overall Pct.

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

Univ. of Mobile Univ. of Mobile Univ. of Mobile Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb

23-10 27-9 34-6 34-4 21-7 . 6-21 8-20 7-21 16-12 21-11 18-13 15-16 17-14

.697 .750 .850 .895 750 .222 .286 .250 .571 .656 .586 .484 .548

A-Sun

Pct.

4-16 11-9 15-5 11-7 9-7 12-8

.200 .550 .750 .611 .563 .600

Career Record 247-164 A-Sun Record 62-52 NIT Appearances: 1 (2006)

Team Facts Head Coach.............................................Scott Coach...................................Rick Byrd Sanderson AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant .........................................Shaun Senters Assistant Coach. Coach.................................................. ...........................Brian AyersJay Walton Assistant Assistant Coach. Coach...........................................Pete ...........................Roger Idstrom Assistant Froedden 2008-09 Record. Record........................................................... ...........................25-9 2008-09 17-14 A-Sun Record/Finish.....................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish............................................. 12-8/4th Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L......................................................................4/1 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L.........................................................11/3 Team History ..................2 Regular Season Titles......................................................... 1 Title. ............2008 Last LastRegular RegularSeason Season Title........................................2006 Tournament Titles.............................................................. Titles.........................3 Tournament 0 Tournament Title. ..................2008 Last Last Tournament Title...............................................N/A Tournament Last Last TournamentAppearance.....2009 Appearance.................................2009 Tournament Record.....................11-4 (7 AppearTournament Record........................ 4-5 (5 appearances) ances)

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MEDIA INFORMATION

Basketball Contact.................... Trevor Garrett Office.............................................615-966-5990 Fax..................................................615-966-1806 e-mail........................garretttj@lipscomb.edu Press Row.....................................615-966-7051 Web site................ www.LipscombSports.com

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lipscomb bisons 30 20 31 20 31 20 31 20 31 20 31 20 31 20 28 20 31 20 9 5 8 5

29 19 26 18 24 13 29 19 26 19 9 8 3 0 8 3 1 1 0 0 0 0

810 557 875 575 754 459 896 595 895 579 594 375 548 336 473 313 379 249 37 9 15 4

27.0 27.9 28.2 28.8 24.3 23.0 28.9 29.8 28.9 29.0 19.2 18.8 17.7 16.8 16.9 15.7 12.2 12.5 4.1 1.8 1.9 0.8

210 145 101 63 107 61 81 55 88 53 74 50 46 26 60 35 42 34 8 1 2 0

358 240 262 161 184 104 172 110 237 144 173 111 113 63 111 66 112 72 10 1 2 0

.587 .604 .385 .391 .582 .587 .471 .500 .371 .368 .428 .450 .407 .413 .541 .530 .375 .472 .800 1.000 1.000 .000

0 0 33 23 1 0 41 27 59 38 34 25 8 8 0 0 31 26 0 0 1 0

0 0 103 64 8 2 91 58 166 103 96 63 20 13 1 1 87 56 0 0 1 0

.000 .000 .320 .359 .125 .000 .451 .466 .355 .369 .354 .397 .400 .615 .000 .000 .356 .464 .000 .000 1.000 .000

93 74 106 82 66 43 64 50 23 5 27 23 101 57 21 15 11 9 8 3 2 0

125 100 144 113 125 89 100 79 43 14 44 38 126 72 41 29 15 13 9 4 5 2

.744 .740 .736 .726 .528 .483 .640 .633 .535 .357 .614 .605 .802 .792 .512 .517 .733 .692 .889 .750 .400 .000

143 98 127 92 106 63 90 67 102 67 57 34 33 23 61 32 40 30 4 1 7 1

212 149 147 109 179 103 108 78 154 102 80 50 61 34 110 59 56 41 7 1 7 1

7.1 7.5 4.7 5.5 5.8 5.2 3.5 3.9 5.0 5.1 2.6 2.5 2.0 1.7 3.9 3.0 1.8 2.1 0.8 0.2 0.9 0.2

70 51 77 46 68 43 79 48 51 32 72 54 74 45 54 40 26 16 9 6 1 0

1 0 1 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 2 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0

20 16 100 73 28 20 112 70 63 48 32 20 95 64 16 13 26 17 1 0 5 1

87 8 10 513 17.1 65 6 8 364 18.2 84 13 48 341 11.0 55 9 31 231 11.6 50 9 27 281 9.1 35 4 19 165 8.3 58 9 25 267 8.6 42 5 20 187 9.4 29 4 44 258 8.3 18 2 25 149 7.5 24 15 21 209 6.7 18 9 15 148 7.4 70 0 48 201 6.5 53 0 22 117 5.9 47 6 7 141 5.0 33 5 3 85 4.3 28 5 10 126 4.1 16 5 7 103 5.2 7 1 1 24 2.7 2 0 0 5 1.0 2 0 2 7 0.9 0 0 0 0 0.0

38 24 389 243 372 250

63 101 3.3 4 49 73 3.7 3 833 1222 39.4 585 13 498 557 800 40.0 384 6 342 646 1018 32.8 646 - 385 400 650 32.5 437 17 248

16 13 502 70 243 2368 76.4 350 45 150 1554 77.7 428 101 208 2161 69.7 265 57 135 1418 70.9

Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 2 * at FGCU 9 * at Campbell 12 * BELMONT 14 * USC UPSTATE 16 * ETSU 20 * at Mercer 22 * at Kennesaw State 26 * JACKSONVILLE 28 * UNF MARCH 5 1 CAMPBELL 6 1 JACKSONVILLE

09-10 SCHEDULE L, 73-76 W, 83-67 W, 73-68 W, 77-44 W, 96-91 W, 88-67 W, 61-44 W, 92-82 W, 90-69 W, 82-52 L, 74-88

6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

FEBRUARY 1 * at Campbell 7:00 p.m. 5 * UNF 7:00 p.m. 7 * jacksonville 1:00 p.m. 11 * at USC Upstate 6:30 p.m. 18 * at FGCU 6:30 p.m. 20 * at Stetson 7:30 p.m. 25 * Kennesaw State 7:30 p.m. 27 * Mercer 3:15 p.m. MARCH 3 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament * - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - Held on the campus of Mercer

3:15 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

- Josh Slater ranks first among returning Bisons in assists and steals. - The Bisons looks to post its fifth season with 10 or more conference wins under Sanderson in 2009-10.

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COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

UNIVERSITY FACTS - Lipscomb University is celebrating its largest ever enrollment, surpassing the 3,000 mark for the first time in its 117-year history. Students can earn a bachelor’s degree in 90 fields of study and several pre-professional programs. Lipscomb offers 22 fields of study at the master’s level, a doctoral degree in pharmacy and an accelerated adult degree program. - In just three years, enrollment has jumped by more than 500 students (21.3 percent), thanks in large part to 10 new graduate programs, seven new undergraduate programs and $44.5 million spent in construction.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES - Adnan Hodzic returns as one of the top post players in the A-Sun. The native of Sarajevo, Bosnia led the Bisons a season ago in points and rebonds. - Lipscomb head coach Scott Sanderson enters the 200910 season just three wins shy of 250 in career as a college coach.

Josh Slater returns as the Bisons’ leader in assists and steal from a season ago.

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

WOMEN’S TEAMS

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game 1 - Atlantic Sun Championship (Nashville, Tenn)

NOVEMBER 14 Elon 16 at Vanderbilt 19 Tennessee Tech 24 at Ohio State 28 at SIU Edwardsville DECEMBER 3 * at Mercer 5 * at Kennesaw State 10 SIU Edwardsville 12 Oakland City 19 at Cincinnati 21 at Arizona JANUARY 2 * Stetson 4 * FGCU 9 * USC Upstate 11 * Belmont 14 * at Jacksonville 16 * at UNF 21 * ETSU 23 * Campbell 27 * at Belmont 30 * at ETSU

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 15 OAKLAND CITY W, 121-54 18 TENNESSEE TECH L, 72-83 20 SE LOUISIANA W, 70-58 24 at Samford L, 50-57 DECEMBER 1 at Tennessee Tech L, 71-78 4 * at UNF W, 69-54 6 * at Jacksonville L, 67-83 9 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE W, 70-47 20 at NC State L, 58-78 22 at Elon L, 76-79 (OT) 28 at Indiana W, 74-69 JANUARY 3 * FGCU W, 82-76 5 * STETSON L, 68-76 8 * CAMPBELL L, 68-69 12 * at Belmont L, 74-79 17 * at ETSU L, 82-85 (OT) 19 * at USC Upstate L, 56-57 24 * MERCER W, 84-68 26 * KENNESAW STATE W, 90-78 31 * at Stetson L, 81-85 (OT)

MEN’S HISTORY

TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 31 819 1734 .472 208 573 .363 522 777 .672 Conference-Only... 20 523 1072 .488 147 360 .408 361 553 .653 Opponents...... 31 782 1866 .419 210 656 .320 387 596 .649 Conference-Only... 20 506 1239 .408 137 442 .310 269 394 .683

69 51 20 17 73 40 18 11 52 35 23 16 28 11 49 27 16 11 3 0 0 0

MEN’S TEAMS

HODZIC, Adnan Conference-Only... SLATER, Josh Conference-Only... BROWN, Brandon Conference-Only... LUSK, Michael Conference-Only... TELLER, Michael Conference-Only... WRIGHT, Brian Conference-Only... ODEN, Jimmy Conference-Only... PFAFF, Thomas Conference-Only... BURGASON, Jordan Conference-Only... MURPHY, Rob Conference-Only... STAAL, Brett Conference-Only...

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

34 00 35 42 31 23 22 40 10 21 24

TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

INSIDE THE ASUN

## Player

23

MERCER University BEARS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

0 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 15 20 21 22 23 25 33 44 50

Pos

Ht

James Florence G 6-1 E.J. Kusnyer G 6-5 R.J. Miskimon G 6-2 Brendan Walker G 6-2 Ted Price G 6-2 Tevin Swann G 5-11 Mark Hall G 5-11 Brandon Moore F 6-6 Jeff Smith G 6-2 Michael Jenkins F 6-7 Jake Gollon F 6-6 Ridas Pulkauninkas G 6-6 BeJay Corley F 6-6 Chris Smith G 6-1 Brian Mills F 6-7 Daniel Emerson F 6-8 Marquisse Jackson F 6-5 David O’Shaughnessey G 6-4

Wt

Cl

Hometown/Previous School

186 222 190 185 205 175 162 220 185 220 200 205 216 170 201 235 183 195

Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr.

Marietta, Ga./Wheeler Communication Studies Pittsburgh, Pa./Collin County CC Communication Studies Fort Worth, Texas/Maypearl Business Jacksonville, Fla./Bishop Kenny Engineering Forest,Va./Jefferson Forest Biomedical Engineering Hampton,Va./The Miller School Business Los Angeles, Calif./Loyola Business Birmingham, Ala./Wallace State CC Communication Studies Huntsville, Ala./Wallace State CC Business Greenville, S.C./Walters State CC Communications Stevens Point, Wis./Stevens Point English Vilnius Lithuania/Lon Morris JC Political Science Marietta, Ga./Wheeler Business Dublin, Ga./Dublin Pre-Dental Douglasville, Ga./Chapel Hill Mathematics St. Mary’s, Ga./Western Kentucky Business Bartlesville, Okla./Bartlesville Engineering Macon, Ga./Stratford Academy Business

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

20.8 10.7 3.7 .476 .367 .776 2.3 0.7 34.9

POSTSEASON 1981 Midwest Region (Austin, Texas) Mar 12 Arkansas L, 67-73 1985 East Region (Atlanta, Ga.) Mar 15 Georgia Tech

BEARS IN THE NIT None

Bob Hoffman

James Florence Daniel Emerson James Florence Daniel Emerson E.J. Kusnyer Mark Hall James Florence Brian Mills Daniel Emerson

BEARS IN THE NCAA

L, 58-65

Alma Mater: Oklahoma Baptist (1979) Office: 478-301-2736 Record at Mercer: 17-15 Overall Record: 417-185

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Ga. Location..............................................................Macon, Founded...........................................1951 Founded.........................................................................1833 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment....................................................................8,012 Member Since...........................1978 Since................................2001 Member (Charter Member) Nickname. ......................................Bruins Nickname...................................................................... Bears Colors..............................................Navy Blue, Red, White Colors.........................................................Orange & Black President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President...........................................William Underwood Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director. ..........................................Bobby Pope Faculty Athletics Rep.. ...................Rich Tiner Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep.......................... Dr.Wiseman Jeffery Hugdahl Senior Woman Senior Woman Administrator.....................Sybil Blalock Facility Information Home Court.........................................University Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Center Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened..............................................................2004 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity......................................................................3200 Home Record............................................................. Record................................ Home 48-29 Team Facts Head Coach.................................................. Coach...................................Rick Byrd Bob Hoffman AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant ......................................Spencer Wright Assistant Coach. Coach.............................................. ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Paul Johnson Assistant Coach. Coach................................................ ...........................Roger Idstrom Assistant Mark Osina 2008-09 Record. Record........................................................... ...........................25-9 2008-09 17-15 A-Sun Record/Finish.....................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish..........................................11-9/T-5th Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L......................................................................4/1 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L...........................................................5/4 Team History Regular Season Season Titles. Titles.......................................................... ..................2 Regular 1 Title. ............2008 Last LastRegular RegularSeason Season Title........................................2003 Tournament Titles.............................................................. Titles.........................3 Tournament 2 Tournament Title. ..................2008 Last Last Tournament Title..............................................1985 Last Tournament Appearance.....2009 Last Tournament Appearance.................................2009 Tournament Record.....................11-4 (7 AppearTournament Record................. 20-23 (23 appearances) ances)

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Academic Major

Year

School

1988-90 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 2008-09

Southern 88-16 Nazerene (W) Oklahoma Baptist 15-17 Oklahoma Baptist 16-17 Oklahoma Baptist 34-4 Oklahoma Baptist 30-7 Oklahoma Baptist 28-6 Oklahoma Baptist 29-7 Oklahoma Baptist 36-4 Oklahoma Baptist 24-9 Oklahoma Baptist 31-7 U. of TexasPan American (UTPA) 12-16 PAU 12-17 PAU 21-9 PAU 10-20 PAU 14-14 Mercer 17-15

Overall Pct.

A-Sun

Pct.

11-9

.550

.846 .468 .484 .894 .810 .823 .805 .900 .685 .815 .428 .413 .700 .333 .500 .468

Career Record 417-185 A-Sun Record 11-9

MEDIA INFORMATION

Basketball Contact....................... Robbie Burns Office...........................................478-301-2735 Fax................................................478-301-5350 e-mail.......................... burns_rd@mercer.edu Press Row......................................478-301-5161 Web site.......................www.MercerBears.com

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Mercer bears TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

123 2 72 666 20.8 72 2 49 463 23.2 102 5 14 441 13.8 61 3 10 294 14.7 29 1 6 336 10.5 18 1 3 212 10.6 48 58 11 228 10.4 18 33 6 118 10.7 34 6 23 223 7.0 27 4 18 154 7.7 41 22 17 208 6.5 26 16 11 121 6.1 68 2 23 170 5.3 29 0 16 106 5.3 20 7 6 59 1.8 13 4 2 28 1.4 2 0 0 3 1.5 0 0 0 0 0.0 4 0 2 17 0.9 3 0 2 17 1.3 7 2 6 17 0.7 7 2 6 13 0.8 9 0 3 19 0.7 7 0 3 16 0.8 2 0 3 5 0.4 2 0 3 2 0.2 2 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 0 0.0 13 8 504 105 186 2392 74.8 293 65 129 1544 77.2 420 161 249 2429 75.9 281 107 148 1561 78.1

Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 2 * CAMPBELL L, 73-92 5 * at Kennesaw State W, 75-56 7 * JACKSONVILLE W, 72-71 9 * UNF W, 74-55 14 * at FGCU W, 82-75 16 * at Stetson W, 88-80 (OT) 20 * LIPSCOMB L, 67-88 22 * BELMONT W, 89-83 26 * at USC Upstate L, 90-93 (2 OT) 28 * at ETSU L 81-103 MARCH 2 5 vs Belmont L, 64-65

NOVEMBER 13 ! Bucknell 14 ! Bryant 15 ! Providence 18 Fisk 21 Florida State 27 at Georgia Tech DECEMBER 3 * lipscomb 5 * belmont 10 Piedmont 21 at Vanderbilt 23 at Alabama 29 UNC Charlotte JANUARY 2 * at Jacksonville 4 * at UNF 7 * Campbell 9 * ETSU 15 * at USC Upstate 22 * at Stetson 24 * at FGCU 27 * Kennesaw State 30 * Stetson

Daniel Emerson returns to Mercer as the only A-Sun player to average a doubledouble in 2008-09.

- Bob Hoffman enters his seaosn season as head coach of Mercer after leading the Bears to an overall mark of 17-15 and a conference record of 11-9 a season ago.

3:15 p.m. 7:45 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m.

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - Held on the campus of Mercer ! - World Vision Invitational (Providence, RI)

UNIVERSITY FACTS - Mercer’s first-day enrollment figures for the 2009-2010 academic year topped the 8,000 mark, a 6.8 percent increase over opening day numbers last fall and an all-time record for the 176-year-old institution. The opening day tally stood at 8,044, compared with 7,533 on the first day of classes last year – a 511-student increase. - For the seventh consecutive year, The Princeton Review named Mercer to its list of America’s best colleges in the 2010 edition of the book, “Best 371 Colleges.” - Mercer will add men’s NCAA Division I lacrosse to its intercollegiate athletic program during the 2010-2011 academic year and will add a Division I women’s team in 2011-2012. Mercer is the first NCAA Division I institution in Georgia to announce the addition of lacrosse to its athletic program.

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE 2009-10 BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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- Daniel Emerson serves as the Bears returning leader in rebounds, feild goal percentage and mintues. Emerson also ranks as the A-Sun’s only returning player to average a double double from a season ago.

7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

FEBRUARY 1 * FGCU 7:30 p.m. 4 * at Kennesaw State 7:30 p.m. 8 * USC Upstate 7:30 p.m. 12 * at Campbell 7:00 p.m. 14 * at ETSU 4:00 p.m. 18 * UNF 7:30 p.m. 20 * Jacksonville 3:30 p.m. 26 * at Belmont 8:15 p.m. 27 * at Lipscomb 4:15 p.m. MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES

- James Florence returns as the Bears leading scorer from a season ago and her ranks as they only return A-Sun player to average over 20 ppg from a season ago.

5:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

WOMEN’S TEAMS

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game 1 - Chicago Invitational (Various Sites) 2 - Atlantic Sun Championship (Nashville, Tenn)

09-10 SCHEDULE

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 14 PIEDMONT W, 89-63 16 at Alabama W, 72-69 1 19 vs Auburn W, 78-74 22 GEORGIA TECH L, 76-82 (OT) 25 1 vs Dayton L , 53-71 28 1 vs Texas Southern W, 71-68 29 1 Chicago Invitational W, 88-77 DECEMBER 2 * USC UPSTATE W, 74-64 5 * ETSU L,61-81 17 at Oklahoma State L, 74-104 20 at No. 12 UCLA L, 59-76 22 at Loyola Marymount W, 75-52 31 at Iowa State L, 49-67 JANUARY 3 * at Campbell L, 57-72 9 * at Jacksonville L, 59-80 11 * at UNF W, 75-62 16 * FGCU W, 88-63 18 * STETSON W, 101-98 (OT) 24 * at Lipscomb L, 68-84 26 * at Belmont L, 82-86 (OT) 29 * KENNESAW STATE W, 88-75

MEN’S HISTORY

88 113 3.5 81 1 119 52 71 3.6 49 0 79 224 343 10.7 80 1 72 139 213 10.7 50 1 42 60 82 2.6 72 0 16 41 55 2.8 49 0 12 113 145 6.6 31 0 46 60 75 6.8 11 0 21 60 101 3.2 68 5 43 38 66 3.3 50 5 24 66 125 3.9 89 3 25 48 79 4.0 55 1 18 52 68 2.1 81 3 49 25 36 1.8 52 2 30 45 76 2.4 50 1 7 26 45 2.3 28 1 4 1 1 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 4 12 0.6 16 1 4 4 11 0.8 14 1 4 23 30 1.2 31 0 4 16 20 1.3 19 0 4 6 8 0.3 13 0 4 6 8 0.4 11 0 2 3 4 0.3 3 0 1 2 3 0.3 3 0 1 0 1 0.2 0 0 0 0 1 0.2 0 0 0 71 149 4.7 1 39 90 4.5 0 816 1258 39.3 616 17 390 496 773 38.7 391 13 241 756 1180 36.9 655 - 450 491 771 38.5 411 13 290

MEN’S TEAMS

25 19 119 74 22 14 32 15 41 28 59 31 16 11 31 19 0 0 8 7 7 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 78 51 442 277 424 280

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

0 FLORENCE, James 32 31 1091 34.1 229 547 .419 63 213 .296 145 208 .697 Conference-Only... 20 19 715 35.8 158 361 .438 41 132 .311 106 150 .707 33 EMERSON, Daniel 32 31 1118 34.9 146 307 .476 20 57 .351 129 186 .694 Conference-Only... 20 19 708 35.4 99 207 .478 11 37 .297 85 125 .680 42 KUSNYER, E.J. 32 31 734 22.9 109 287 .380 83 226 .367 35 46 .761 Conference-Only... 20 19 464 23.2 68 183 .372 54 147 .367 22 30 .733 15 HENRY, Calvin 22 21 681 31.0 82 163 .503 12 28 .429 52 67 .776 Conference-Only... 11 10 310 28.2 43 80 .538 7 12 .583 25 34 .735 11 ELLIS, Michael 32 11 692 21.6 80 170 .471 0 2 .000 63 73 .863 Conference-Only... 20 10 471 23.6 53 118 .449 0 2 .000 48 56 .857 25 MILLS, Brian 32 15 652 20.4 75 159 .472 17 50 .340 41 54 .759 Conference-Only... 20 14 407 20.4 44 88 .500 11 27 .407 22 30 .733 10 HALL, Mark 32 0 729 22.8 49 167 .293 34 115 .296 38 49 .776 Conference-Only... 20 0 496 24.8 29 113 .257 26 87 .299 22 27 .815 22 CORLEY, BeJay 32 14 432 13.5 28 42 .667 0 0 .000 3 16 .188 Conference-Only... 20 3 250 12.5 13 24 .542 0 0 .000 2 8 .250 20 GOLLON, Jake 2 0 8 4.0 1 2 .500 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 Conference-Only... 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 44 JACKSON, Marquisse 20 0 78 3.9 3 8 .375 0 1 .000 11 14 .786 Conference-Only... 13 0 66 5.1 3 7 .429 0 1 .000 11 14 .786 21 STRAUB, Sidiki 25 1 140 5.6 6 14 .429 0 0 .000 5 11 .455 Conference-Only... 16 1 89 5.6 5 12 .417 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 3 WALKER, Brendan 28 0 165 5.9 6 17 .353 1 5 .200 6 10 .600 Conference-Only... 20 0 124 6.2 5 11 .455 1 1 1.000 5 6 .833 12 SHAKUR, Larney 14 0 23 1.6 2 11 .182 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 Conference-Only... 11 0 19 1.7 1 8 .125 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 23 HOGANS, Darius 6 0 7 1.2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 Conference-Only... 5 0 6 1.2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 32 816 1894 .431 232 701 .331 528 734 .719 Conference-Only... 20 521 1212 .430 151 447 .338 351 484 .725 Opponents...... 32 862 1988 .434 252 708 .356 453 673 .673 Conference-Only... 20 553 1255 .441 161 424 .380 294 437 .673

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

INSIDE THE ASUN

## Player

25

University of North Florida OSPREYS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

1 3 4 10 12 15 21 22 23 24 25 30 32 33 44

Pos

Brad Haugabrook G Parker Smith G William Wilson G Etienne Effenberg F Stephen O’Reilly G Jerron Granberry F/G Andy Diaz F/G Matt Sauey F Eni Cuka G David Jeune F Germaine Sparkes G Zack Riggins F Stan Januska G Logan Bridges F Kyle Groothuis F

Ht

Wt

6-0 185 6-3 150 5-10 165 6-6 235 5-11 170 6-4 215 6-7 220 6-7 220 6-2 180 6-6 210 6-6 200 6-6 220 6-6 210 6-7 210 6-7 215

Cl

Hometown/Previous School

Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr.

Newark, N.J. /Hillsborough CC Communications Columbus, Ga. /Tennessee State Vero Beach, Fla. /Sebastian River Neuwerk, Germany /Bishop Verot Business Management St. Croix U.S.Virgin Islands /South Kent Prep Undeclared Miami, Fla. /Coral Reef Business Management Miami, Fla. /Hialeah-Miami Lakes Sports Management Ocala, Fla. /Trinity Catholic Mechanical Engineering Fort Lauderdale, Fla. /Florida Atlantic Sociology Okeechobee, Fla. /Okeechobee Undeclared Hinesville, Ga. /Liberty County Accounting Leavenworth, Kan. /Leavenworth Undeclared Fort Lauderdale, Fla. /Morehead State Finance Mt. Dora, Fla. /Mt. Dor Chattanooga, Tenn. /Bradley Central Transport and Logistics

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

13.2 4.4 2.0 .581 .375 .809 0.9 1.0 28.7

None

UNF IN THE NIT None

Matthew Driscoll

Eni Cuka Stan Januska Stan Januska Matt Sauey Eni Cuka Eni Cuka Stan Januska Matt Sauey Matt Sauey

POSTSEASON UNF IN THE NCAA

Academic Major

Alma Mater: Slippery Rock ‘92 Office: 904-620-2494 Record at UNF: 0-0 Overall Record: 26-77

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Fla. Location.................................................. Jacksonville, Founded...........................................1951 Founded......................................................................1965 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment.............................................................. 16,621 Member Since............................................................2005 Since................................2001 Member Nickname.............................................................. ......................................Bruins Nickname. Ospreys Colors...................................................Navy ............................................Navy Blue, White Colors. BlueRed, & Gray President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President......................................................John Delaney Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director........................................... Lee Moon Faculty Athletics Rep.....................Rich Tiner Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep............................ Dr. Jay Coleman Senior Woman Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator....................Kathy Klein

Year

School

1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

LaRoche College LaRoche College LaRoche College LaRoche College

Overall Pct.

1-24 5-23 5-20 15-10

A-Sun

Pct.

.040 .179 .200 .600

Career Record 26-77 A-Sun Record 0-0

Facility Information Home Court..................................................UNF Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Arena Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened...........................................................1993 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity...................................................................5800 Home Record......................................................106-109 Record................................ Home Team Facts Coach...................................Rick Byrd Driscoll Head Coach........................................Matthew AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant ..................................... Bobby Kennen ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Coach........................................... Bruce Evans Assistant Coach. Coach..........................................Jeremy ...........................Roger IdstromShyatt Assistant 2008-09 Record. Record...........................................................8-22 ...........................25-9 2008-09 A-Sun Record/Finish. Record/Finish.........................................6-14/10th ...................14-2/1st A-Sun Starters R/L...................................................................4-1 R/L....................................3/2 Starters Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L........................................................ 6/7 Team History Regular Season Titles....................2 Last Regular Season Title. ............2008 Regular Season Titles. ......................................................0 Titles.........................3 Tournament Last Regular Season Title......................................N/A Last Tournament Title...................2008 Tournament Titles......................................................N/A Tournament Last Last TournamentAppearance.....2009 Title............................................N/A Tournament Record.....................11-4 (7 Appear Last Tournament Appearance...............................N/A ances)

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MEDIA INFORMATION

Basketball Contact............................Jeff Wuerth Office..............................................904-620-4027 Fax...................................................904-620-2821 e-mail......................................j.wuerth@unf.edu Press Row......................................904-620-1902 Web site...................... www.UNFOspreys.com

WWW.ATLANTICSUN.ORG

UNF OSPREYS TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

76 1 22 303 13.2 58 1 17 241 13.4 102 4 31 305 10.2 71 4 25 201 10.1 61 13 28 268 8.9 33 9 17 178 8.9 28 30 19 163 5.6 15 26 13 117 5.9 7 0 3 22 5.5 0 0 0 0 0.0 29 5 12 153 5.3 18 3 11 120 6.3 27 8 12 154 5.1 19 3 9 106 5.3 56 6 30 147 5.1 40 5 23 91 4.8 25 2 8 111 3.7 13 2 2 61 3.1 4 0 3 20 1.4 4 0 1 13 1.6 25 0 10 27 1.2 17 0 8 19 1.0 7 3 6 22 0.9 6 1 2 14 0.7 4 3 8 2 0.3 0 0 3 2 1.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 8 8 459 75 192 1697 56.6 302 54 131 1163 58.2 403 109 229 2095 69.8 271 68 152 1369 68.4

Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 1 * ETSU L, 64-67 7 * at Kennesaw State L, 65-69 (OT) 9 * at Mercer L, 55-74 12 * at Jacksonville L, 50-72 14 * CAMPBELL W, 61-59 19 * FGCU W, 69-59 21 * STETSON W, 78-66 26 * at Belmont L, 49-87 28 * at Lipscomb L, 69-90 * - Atlantic Sun Conference Game 1 - BYU Travelers Invitational (Provo, Utah)

09-10 SCHEDULE

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - Held on the campus of Mercer ! - World Vision Invitational (Providence, RI)

UNIVERSITY FACTS - The Princeton Review named the University of UNF as a 2009 Best Southeastern College.

- UNF recently installed new nine-lane competition track built by Mondo, which has built every Olympic track since 1984.There are only a handful of tracks in the world featuring this surface. - UNF will host the 2009 and 2010 Atlantic Sun Outdoor Track Champsionships.

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE 2009-10 BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

- Stan Januska ranks first smong return Ospreys in rebounds, steals and assists.

- UNF Osprey athletes earned the most academic allconference honors in the Atlantic Sun Conference for the second year in a row. Of 279 eligible Osprey athletes, 163 earned academic all-conference honors.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES - First-year head coach Matthew Driscoll and his staff brought in a nine-player recruiting class this spring. Six of the newcomers are from Florida and five of those players captured all-state honors. - Eni Cuka returns as the Ospreys leader in points leader while Stan Januska ranks as Ospreys returning leader in rebonds, assists and steals.

Stan Januska led the Ospreys in rebounds, steals and assists a ago.

FEBRUARY 5 * at Lipscomb 8:00 p.m. 7 * at Belmont 3:00 p.m. 11 * Stetson 3:00 p.m. 13 * FGCU 7:00 p.m. 18 * at Mercer 7:30 p.m. 20 * at Kennesaw State 7:30 p.m. 25 * ETSU 7:45 p.m. 27 * Campbell 7:00 p.m. MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S TEAMS

NOVEMBER 14 at Notre Dame 7:30 p.m. 18 Savannah State 7:00 p.m. 21 at Illinois State 5:00 p.m. 27 * at Campbell 6:15 p.m. 29 * at ETSU 4:00 p.m. DECEMBER 2 at Alabama 8:00 p.m. 16 at Northwestern 8:00 p.m. 19 at Marquette 3:00 p.m. 21 ! Canisius 5:30 p.m. 22 ! New Orleans 5:30 p.m. 23 ! Southern Mississippi 8:00 p.m. 30 Palm Beach Atlantic 7:00 p.m. JANUARY 2 * Kennesaw State 7:00 p.m. 4 * Mercer 7:45 p.m. 8 * at FGCU 7:05 p.m. 10 * at Stetson 2:00 p.m. 14 * Belmont 7:45 p.m. 16 * Lipscomb 7:00 p.m. 18 * at Jacksonville 8:00 p.m. 21 * USC Upstate 7:45 p.m. 27 * at USC Upstate 7:00 p.m. 29 * Jacksonville 7:00 p.m.

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 16 at Savannah State L, 60-75 20 1 at BYU L, 41-74 21 1 vs Cal Poly L, 42-76 1 22 vs Rice L, 46-68 28 at Charleston Southern L , 60-68 (OT) DECEMBER 4 * LIPSCOMB L, 54-69 6 * BELMONT L, 55-89 16 at No. 25 Clemson L, 36-76 18 at Furman W, 77-66 20 PALM BEACH ATLANTIC W, 70-62 Cuka, 18 28 IPFW L, 61-67 31 at Miami L, 41-94 JANUARY 3 * at USC Upstate L, 64-69 5 * at ETSU L, 57-88 9 * KENNESAW STATE W, 66-44 11 * MERCER L, 62-75 15 * JACKSONVILLE L, 38-78 19 * at Campbell L, 57-61 23 * at FGCU L, 44-50 25 * at Stetson W, 55-53 30 * USC UPSTATE W, 51-50

MEN’S HISTORY

51 61 2.7 71 5 34 38 47 2.6 54 3 27 110 130 4.3 70 1 116 75 91 4.6 48 0 88 105 133 4.4 67 1 61 66 86 4.3 46 1 37 69 108 3.7 57 1 18 44 73 3.7 46 1 17 5 9 2.3 15 3 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 54 81 2.8 79 6 9 33 56 2.9 53 3 7 57 110 3.7 79 3 4 35 72 3.6 55 3 3 57 98 3.4 74 3 49 37 68 3.6 52 2 30 20 27 0.9 20 0 20 16 19 1.0 10 0 13 3 5 0.4 6 0 1 2 4 0.5 3 0 0 19 21 0.9 19 0 14 15 17 0.9 13 0 12 21 34 1.4 21 0 0 19 29 1.5 20 0 0 3 3 0.4 15 1 1 1 1 0.5 4 0 0 0 1 0.3 0 0 0 0 1 0.3 0 0 0 62 112 3.7 0 42 71 3.6 0 636 933 31.1 593 24 327 423 635 31.8 404 13 234 760 1118 37.3 515 - 386 487 732 36.6 337 7 233

MEN’S TEAMS

10 9 20 16 28 20 39 29 4 0 27 23 53 37 41 31 7 3 2 2 2 2 13 10 0 0 1 1 50 29 297 212 358 245

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

23 CUKA, Eni 23 22 698 30.3 103 236 .436 42 112 .375 55 68 .809 Conference-Only... 18 18 545 30.3 83 190 .437 35 91 .385 40 51 .784 15 RILEY, Cortez 30 29 916 30.5 114 315 .362 17 55 .309 60 110 .545 Conference-Only... 20 19 612 30.6 75 204 .368 15 45 .333 36 71 .507 32 JANUSKA, Stan 30 26 860 28.7 90 253 .356 26 83 .313 62 90 .689 Conference-Only... 20 17 564 28.2 63 171 .368 21 65 .323 31 46 .674 22 SAUEY, Matt 29 6 552 19.0 68 117 .581 2 2 1.000 25 44 .568 Conference-Only... 20 5 388 19.4 51 85 .600 2 2 1.000 13 28 .464 31 JONES, Devon 4 1 57 14.3 8 17 .471 0 0 .000 6 8 .750 Conference-Only... 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 30 RIGGINS, Zack 29 10 573 19.8 60 124 .484 7 12 .583 26 51 .510 Conference-Only... 19 8 417 21.9 47 91 .516 6 7 .857 20 41 .488 44 GROOTHUIS, Kyle 30 27 648 21.6 62 107 .579 0 0 .000 30 64 .469 Conference-Only... 20 18 438 21.9 44 76 .579 0 0 .000 18 44 .409 25 SPARKES, Germaine 29 20 744 25.7 60 153 .392 3 8 .375 24 47 .511 Conference-Only... 19 12 469 24.7 38 93 .409 2 5 .400 13 26 .500 24 LOVELACE, Cameron 30 5 474 15.8 38 143 .266 29 93 .312 6 8 .750 Conference-Only... 20 1 265 13.3 22 81 .272 15 50 .300 2 3 .667 35 AUERBACHER, Tyler 14 0 100 7.1 8 33 .242 3 22 .136 1 2 .500 Conference-Only... 8 0 48 6.0 5 18 .278 2 12 .167 1 2 .500 13 FAIR, Jordan 23 0 172 7.5 8 31 .258 5 18 .278 6 10 .600 Conference-Only... 19 0 134 7.1 6 23 .261 4 15 .267 3 6 .500 34 JONES, Ashton 24 1 148 6.2 9 18 .500 0 0 .000 4 11 .364 Conference-Only... 19 0 107 5.6 5 10 .500 0 0 .000 4 9 .444 05 GIBSON, Ian 8 3 105 13.1 1 11 .091 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 Conference-Only... 2 2 35 17.5 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 33 MIDDLEBROOK, Rico 3 0 3 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 Conference-Only... 3 0 3 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 30 629 1558 .404 134 405 .331 305 515 .592 Conference-Only... 20 440 1045 .421 102 292 .349 181 327 .554 Opponents...... 30 694 1574 .441 200 533 .375 507 734 .691 Conference-Only... 20 444 1032 .430 127 338 .376 354 510 .694

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

INSIDE THE ASUN

## Player

27

University of SOUTH CAROLINA UPSTATE SPARTANS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

2 3 5 11 14 20 21 23 24 25 33 34 40

Pos

Cedric Koffi G Sharod Minus G Ricardo Glenn F De’Marion Gordon G Nick Schneiders C Josh Chavis G Mezie Uzochukwu F Ryan LeGates G Johnathan Gray G/F Pat Posey F Carter Cook G Chalmers Rogers F Caleb Palkert F/C

Ht

Wt

Cl

Hometown/Previous School

6-0 6-2 6-7 6-1 7-3 5-9 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-7 6-9

180 170 240 170 260 170 215 165 190 200 220 215 200

Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr Sr. So. So. Fr.

Paris, France/Sheridan College Business Administration Douglasville, Ga./Miami Dade Biology Augusta, Ga./Richmond Academy Undeclared Atlanta, Ga./Berkmar HS Physical Education Rietberg, Germany/Ems-Berufskolleg Graphic Design Greensboro, N.C./Dudley Interdisciplinary Studies Greensboro, N.C./Northeast Guilford Business Finance Marietta, Ga./Blessed Trinity Undeclared Anderson, S.C./T.L. Hanna Business Administration Piedmont, S.C./Vincennes Physical Education Clemmons, N.C./Calvary Baptist Day Communications Fort Mill, S.C./Fort Mill Business Administration Excelsior, Minn./Southwest Christian Undeclared

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

SPARTANS IN THE NCAA None

SPARTANS IN THE NIT None

Eddie Payne

9.5 Nick Schneiders 6.1 Nick Schneiders 2.3 Josh Chavis .446 Nick Schneiders .333 Josh Chavis .804 Josh Chavis 0.9 Mezie Uzochukwu 2.6 Nick Schneiders 30.3 Josh Chavis

POSTSEASON

Alma Mater: Wake Forest (1973) Office: 864-503-5141 Record at Upstate: 109-89 Overall Record: 369-332

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. S.C. Location................................................Spartanburg, Founded...........................................1951 Founded......................................................................1967 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment.................................................................5,268 Member Since............................................................2007 Since................................2001 Member Nickname.............................................................. ......................................Bruins Nickname. Spartans Colors................................. ............................................Navy Blue, Red, White Colors. Dark Green, White & Black President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher Chancellor................................John C. Stockwell, Ph.D. Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director.............................................Mike Hall Faculty Athletics Rep.....................Rich Tiner Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep.................................Dr. Jim Griffis Senior Woman Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator..............Louise Ericson Facility Information Home Court................................... Court..................................Curb Event Center Home G.B. Hodge Center Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened...........................................................1967 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity...................................................................1535 Home Record......................................................369-331 Record................................ Home Team Facts Head Coach..................................................Eddie Coach...................................Rick Byrd Head Payne AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant .......................................... Steve Smith Assistant Coach. Coach............................................ ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Bill Burrows Assistant Coach.............................Roger Idstrom Assistant Coach...........................................Ryan Walker 2008-09 Record.............................25-9 2008-09 Record..........................................................9-21 A-Sun Record/Finish. ....................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish. ......................................... 8-12/7th Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L................................................................... 3/2 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L........................................................ 7/6 Team History ..................2 Regular Season Titles.......................................................0 Title. ............2008 Last LastRegular RegularSeason Season Title......................................N/A Tournament Titles......................................................N/A Titles.........................3 Tournament Tournament Title. ..................2008 Last Last Tournament Title............................................N/A Last Tournament Tournament Appearance..................................N/A Appearance.....2009 Last Tournament Record.....................11-4 (7 Appearances)

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Academic Major

Year 1978-79 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 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

School Overall Truett-McConnell 25-5 Belmont Abbey 17-10 Belmont Abbey 15-14 Belmont Abbey 26-11 Belmont Abbey 21-10 Belmont Abbey 24-6 East Carolina 10-18 East Carolina 13-17 East Carolina 15-12 East Carolina 18-11 Oregon State 6-21 Oregon State 7-20 Oregon State 13-17 Oregon State 13-14 Oregon State 13-16 Greensboro College 10-16 Greensboro College 11-15 USC Upstate 18-11 USC Upstate 14-14 USC Upstate 24-8 USC Upstate 20-10 USC Upstate 17-11 USC Upstate 7-23 USC Upstate 9-21

Pct. .833 .630 .517 .703 .677 .800 .357 .433 .556 .621 .222 .259 .433 .481 .448 .385 .423 .621 .500 .750 .667 .607 .233 .400

A-Sun

5-11 8-12

Pct.

.313 .300

Career Record 369-332 A-Sun Record 13-23

MEDIA INFORMATION

Basketball Contact........................... Bill English Office...........................................864-503-5129 Fax................................................864-503-5127 e-mail......................benglish@uscupstate.edu Press Row......................................864-503-5058 Web site.................www.UpstateSpartans.com

WWW.ATLANTICSUN.ORG

TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

USC Upstate spartans

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

88 18 45 443 14.8 59 15 31 286 14.3 69 79 13 284 9.5 47 54 7 206 10.3 60 0 24 250 8.3 36 0 20 182 9.1 61 2 24 186 6.9 41 2 19 134 6.7 36 5 26 188 6.3 24 1 17 141 7.1 37 3 15 146 5.2 22 2 11 104 5.8 43 5 12 140 4.7 24 5 8 103 5.2 49 9 14 114 4.1 25 7 8 78 4.1 17 5 10 47 1.6 11 4 9 25 1.3 5 0 0 7 0.8 1 0 0 6 2.0 0 0 0 5 0.6 0 0 0 2 0.5 0 0 0 2 0.3 0 0 0 2 0.7 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 7 5 472 126 183 1812 60.4 295 90 130 1269 63.5 386 77 260 2055 68.5 268 50 154 1331 66.6

2008-09 RESULTS L, 48-72 L, 58-94 L, 53-75 L, 69-79 L, 64-66 L, 64-74 L, 55-67 L, 38-55 L, 47-72 W, 71-43 L, 64-77

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game 1 - Findlay Toyota Las Vegas Classic (Las Vegas)

09-10 SCHEDULE NOVEMBER 14 at Nebraska 7:00 p.m. 16 at Indiana 8:30 p.m. 21 at Winthrop 4:00 p.m. 24 UNC Greensboro 7:00 p.m. 28 at Miami 1:00 p.m. 30 * Stetson 7:00 p.m. DECEMBER 5 at Wichita State 7:05 p.m. CST 14 * FGCU 7:00 p.m. 16 Winthrop 7:00 p.m. 19 at UNLV 7:00 p.m. PST 23 at Arizona State 2:00 p.m. MST JANUARY 2 * Campbell 2:00 p.m. 4 * ETSU 2:00 p.m. 7 * at Belmont 7:15 p.m. CST 9 * at Lipscomb 6:15 p.m. CST 15 * Mercer 7:00 p.m. 17 * Kennesaw State 3:00 p.m. 21 * at UNF 7:45 p.m. 23 * at Jacksonville 3:15 p.m. 27 * UNF 7:00 p.m. 31 * Jacksonville 3:00 p.m.

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - Held on the campus of Mercer

- The Spartans were strong defensively in 2008-09, leading the A-Sun in field goal scoring defense (68.5 ppg) and blocked shots (4.20 bpg), while ranking third in field goal percentage defense (42.0%).

- The Mary Black School of Nursing at USC Upstate has the largest baccalaureate nursing program and the largest RNBSN nursing program in South Carolina. - USC Upstate is in the final stages of its 10-year $150 million master plan that has dramatically increase classroom space, academic support facilities, parking and roadways, housing, and athletic/recreational facilities

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE 2009-10 BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

UNIVERSITY FACTS - The George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics at USC Upstate is one of 42 institutions worldwide with undergraduate only programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Students choose from five concentrations – accounting, economics/finance, business administration, management and marketing – to gain a competitive edge in today and tomorrow’s global job market.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES - Nick Schneiders broke Upstate’s single-season blocked shots record with 79 last season. He is second all-time in program history with 117 in his career, 19 shy of the all-time mark of 136 held by Kevin Harrington (2000-04). - Eddie Payne, celebrating his 25th year as a head coach in college basketball, is the only current NCAA Division I head coach to have served in the same capacity on all levels of collegiate basketball: NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA and JUCO. Josh Chavis leads all returning Spartans in assists, 3-point field goal percentage and minutes.

FEBRUARY 6 * at Kennesaw State 7:30 p.m. 8 * at Mercer 7:30 p.m. 11 * Lipscomb 7:30 p.m. 13 * Belmont 2:00 p.m. 17 * at Campbell 7:00 p.m. 21 * at ETSU 4:00 p.m. 25 * at FGCU 7:05 p.m. 27 * at Stetson 7:00 p.m. MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S TEAMS

W, 69-64 L, 69-79 L, 56-80 L, 50-56 L, 69-73 W, 57-56 W, 73-65 L, 72-82 L, 50-51

FEBRUARY 1 * at Jacksonville W, 70-59 7 * STETSON W, 54-53 9 * FGCU W, 71-62 14 * at Lipscomb L, 44-77 16 * at Belmont L, 56-76 19 * ETSU L, 61-66 21 * at Campbell L, 47-51 26 * MERCER W, 93-90 (OT) 28 * KENNESAW STATE W, 80-51 MARCH 3 at No. 17 Gonzaga L, 40-90

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 14 at Georgia 16 at No. 9 Notre Dame 22 at South Carolina 25 DUQUESNE DECEMBER 1 * at Kennesaw State 2 * at Mercer 14 at Boston College 17 1 at Saint Louis 20 1 at Fresno State 22 1 vs Southern 23 1 vs Liberty JANUARY 3 * UNF 5 * JACKSONVILLE 10 * at FGCU 12 * at Stetson 17 * BELMONT 19 * LIPSCOMB 24 * CAMPBELL 26 * at ETSU 30 * at UNF

MEN’S HISTORY

Returning Players in Italics

MEN’S TEAMS

194 275 9.2 102 5 76 131 178 8.9 71 4 50 119 183 6.1 97 2 28 71 112 5.6 67 1 24 61 67 2.2 39 0 69 45 48 2.4 27 0 46 36 51 1.9 39 0 53 25 36 1.8 27 0 40 68 109 3.6 52 0 40 48 79 4.0 33 0 33 39 56 2.0 35 0 47 23 34 1.9 23 0 34 38 66 2.2 53 0 29 27 48 2.4 32 0 22 52 76 2.7 43 1 20 38 52 2.7 27 0 15 21 41 1.4 38 0 13 10 19 1.0 23 0 9 1 1 0.1 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 2 4 0.5 0 0 2 1 2 0.5 0 0 1 3 3 0.4 0 0 0 2 2 0.7 0 0 0 1 1 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 56 95 3.2 1 41 71 3.6 0 691 1028 34.3 501 8 377 462 681 34.0 331 5 274 712 1096 36.5 487 - 420 465 716 35.8 351 9 265

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

23 DAVIS, Bobby 30 30 1013 33.8 167 316 .528 2 12 .167 107 162 .660 81 Conference-Only... 20 20 664 33.2 100 189 .529 2 4 .500 84 127 .661 47 14 SCHNEIDERS, Nick 30 29 821 27.4 108 242 .446 0 0 .000 68 128 .531 64 Conference-Only... 20 19 552 27.6 77 163 .472 0 0 .000 52 96 .542 41 20 CHAVIS, Josh 30 29 909 30.3 77 235 .328 59 177 .333 37 46 .804 6 Conference-Only... 20 19 615 30.8 54 159 .340 41 121 .339 33 42 .786 3 24 GORDON, De’Marion 27 1 482 17.9 60 149 .403 21 64 .328 45 56 .804 15 Conference-Only... 20 1 370 18.5 42 105 .400 17 48 .354 33 41 .805 11 21 UZOCHUKWU, Mezie 30 29 880 29.3 76 197 .386 13 43 .302 23 36 .639 41 Conference-Only... 20 19 585 29.3 56 139 .403 8 29 .276 21 29 .724 31 13 BOROS, Gabor 28 26 588 21.0 51 130 .392 41 112 .366 3 3 1.000 17 Conference-Only... 18 17 425 23.6 36 89 .404 29 78 .372 3 3 1.000 11 33 COOK, Carter 30 3 465 15.5 49 142 .345 17 65 .262 25 35 .714 28 Conference-Only... 20 2 313 15.7 37 95 .389 12 45 .267 17 27 .630 21 25 POSEY, Pat 28 1 433 15.5 40 116 .345 7 29 .241 27 44 .614 24 Conference-Only... 19 1 273 14.4 27 70 .386 4 18 .222 20 30 .667 14 34 ROGERS, Chalmers 30 1 372 12.4 17 60 .283 0 0 .000 13 16 .813 20 Conference-Only... 20 1 209 10.5 8 33 .242 0 0 .000 9 10 .900 9 04 RICH, Zac 9 1 34 3.8 2 8 .250 2 7 .286 1 2 .500 0 Conference-Only... 3 1 16 5.3 2 4 .500 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 0 22 REIFF, Lucas 8 0 31 3.9 2 5 .400 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 2 Conference-Only... 4 0 18 4.5 1 3 .333 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 30 PRESTON, Matt 7 0 19 2.7 1 3 .333 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 Conference-Only... 3 0 9 3.0 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 11 ROUSEY, Cameron 2 0 2 1.0 0 3 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 Conference-Only... 1 0 1 1.0 0 3 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 TM TEAM................ 39 Conference-Only... 30 Total.......... 30 650 1606 .405 163 516 .316 349 528 .661 337 Conference-Only... 20 441 1053 .419 115 350 .329 272 405 .672 219 Opponents...... 30 719 1711 .420 219 584 .375 398 561 .709 384 Conference-Only... 20 459 1123 .409 141 385 .366 272 371 .733 251

INSIDE THE ASUN

## Player

29

STEtson University HATTERS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

2 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 15 20 21 22 24 31 33

Pos

A.J. Smith G Brandon Williams G Sheldon Oliver F Ridge Graham F Shawn Bowen G Olivier Dupiton F Joel Naburgs G Graeme Radford C Mark Lohuis G Aaron Graham G Jermol Paul F Tyshawn Patterson G Liam McInerney F Phil Bassan F J.R. Weston G/F

Ht

6-0 5-10 6-5 6-5 6-3 6-7 6-3 6-10 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-0 6-8 6-2 6-5

Wt

175 170 215 208 195 230 200 240 200 185 215 165 210 215 205

Cl

Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr.

Hometown/Previous School

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

12.6 5.0 3.8 .412 .339 .819 1.0 0.3 30.7

POSTSEASON None

HATTERS IN THE NIT None

Derek Waugh

A.J. Smith Sheldon Oliver A.J. Smith Sheldon Oliver A.J. Smith A.J. Smith Sheldon Oliver Sheldon Oliver A.J. Smith

HATTERS IN THE NCAA

Alma Mater: Furman (1993) Office: 386-822-8120 Record at Stetson 105-147 Overall Record: Same

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Fla. Location...........................................................DeLand, Founded...........................................1951 Founded....................................................................... 1883 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment................................................................... 2324 Member Since............................................................. Since................................2001 Member 1985 Nickname........................................Bruins Nickname.................................................................Hatters Colors..............................................Navy Blue, Red, White Colors..........................................Hunter Green & White President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President....................................................... Wendy Libby Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director. . .............................................Jeff Altier Faculty Athletics Rep.....................Rich Tiner Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep................................ Wiseman Dr. Mike Bitter Senior Woman Senior Woman Administrator.........................Jan Usher Facility Information Home Edmunds Center Home Court......................................... Court..................................Curb Event Center Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened............................................................ 1974 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity.................................................................... 4000 Home Record....................................................... Record................................ Home 314-154 Team Facts Head Coach................................................ Coach...................................Rick Byrd Head Derek Waugh AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant ..........................................Wylie Tucker Assistant Coach. Coach............................................. ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Chris Capko Assistant Coach.............................Roger Idstrom Assistant Coach............................... Sebastian Singletary 2008-09 Record.............................25-9 2008-09 Record.........................................................13-17 A-Sun Record/Finish.....................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish. ...........................................9-11/6th Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L.....................................................................2/3 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L..........................................................7/4 Team History Regular Season Titles........................................................ 0 ..................2 Last LastRegular RegularSeason Season Title........................................N/A Title. ............2008 Tournament Titles............................................................. 0 Titles.........................3 Tournament Title. ..................2008 Last Last Tournament Title..............................................N/A Tournament Last Last TournamentAppearance.....2009 Appearance............................... 2009 Tournament Record...................8-19 Record.....................11-4(19 (7 AppearTournament appearances) ances)

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Academic Major

Cocoa Beach, Fla. /Cocoa HS Pre-Engineering Miami, Fla. /Monsignor Pace HS Business Management Orlando, Fla. /Edgewater HS Business Management Stuart, Fla. /Martin County HS Undeclared Montreal, Quebec, Canada /Champlain St. Lambert General Studies Montreal, Quebec, Canada /Vanier College International Business Victoria, Australia /Box Hill Senior College Undeclared Victoria, Australia /St. Paul’s Anglican Physics Vero Beach, Fla. /Vero Beach HS Business Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. /Westminster Academy Undeclared West Palm Beach, Fla. /Dwyer HS Undeclared Orlando, Fla. /Orlando Christian Prep Undeclared Victoria, Australia /Ballarat & Clarendon College Undeclared Memphis, Tenn. Undeclared Morral, Ohio /Ridgedale HS Undeclared

Year

School

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Stetson Stetson Stetson Stetson Stetson Stetson Stetson Stetson Stetson

Overall Pct.

17-12 10-16 6-20 12-15 10-17 14-18 11-20 16-16 13-17

A-Sun

Pct.

.586 11-7 .385 7-13 .231 4-12 .444 10-10 .370 8-12 .437 11-9 .355 6-12 .500 11-5 .433 9-11

.611 .350 .250 .500 .400 .550 .333 .688 .450

Career Record 105-147 A-Sun Record 77-91

MEDIA INFORMATION

Basketball Contact.......................Dean Watson Office..........................................386-822-8130 Fax...............................................386-822-7486 e-mail.......................... dwatson@stetson.edu Press Row.....................................386-822-8133 Web site.......................... www.GoHatters.com

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Stetson hatters TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

170 232 7.7 75 1 63 117 162 8.1 51 0 49 74 88 3.0 52 1 110 49 58 3.1 38 1 71 74 90 3.1 56 2 28 47 62 3.1 39 2 19 92 157 5.2 92 3 20 58 96 4.8 62 3 11 36 67 2.7 69 4 4 26 46 2.9 47 4 3 64 150 5.0 52 1 12 45 94 4.7 31 0 10 73 99 3.3 67 3 24 47 67 3.4 51 2 20 15 23 0.8 22 0 30 9 14 0.7 14 0 16 30 50 1.8 28 0 9 20 31 1.7 21 0 6 24 45 1.7 26 0 2 16 29 1.6 17 0 2 11 22 0.8 24 1 8 5 11 0.6 15 1 5 53 101 3.4 3 35 66 3.3 3 716 1124 37.5 566 17 310 474 736 36.8 389 14 212 807 1143 38.1 546 - 394 533 751 37.5 367 9 276

94 18 33 518 17.3 67 13 25 369 18.5 104 0 23 365 12.6 69 0 19 254 13.4 38 17 37 279 9.6 27 12 30 197 9.9 32 35 14 194 6.5 24 21 11 128 6.4 19 10 23 155 6.2 12 8 17 102 6.4 38 9 30 169 5.6 22 9 21 105 5.3 29 3 14 150 5.0 17 0 11 103 5.2 29 1 10 58 1.9 21 1 7 42 2.1 22 6 24 43 1.5 16 1 18 30 1.7 6 5 3 31 1.1 4 3 2 17 0.9 12 0 4 27 0.9 6 0 3 16 0.8 8 6 431 104 215 1989 66.3 291 68 164 1363 68.2 458 118 199 2058 68.6 319 71 139 1405 70.2

MEN’S HISTORY

Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 2 * BELMONT W, 82-71 7 * at USC Upstate L, 53-54 9 * at ETSU W, 64-63 12 SAVANNAH STATE W, 66-52 14 * KENNESAW STATE W, 59-39 16 * MERCER L, 80-88 (OT) 21 * at UNF L, 66-78 23 * at Jacksonville L, 66-81 27 * at Campbell L, 56-73 MARCH 4 1 vs ETSU L, 76-90

NOVEMBER 13 Averett University 7:00 p.m. 15 at Florida 4:00 p.m. 18 at Florida State 7:00 p.m. 21 at Charleston Southern 8:30 p.m. 25 Palm Beach Atlantic 4:00 p.m. 30 * USC Upstate 7:00 p.m. DECEMBER 2 at Louisville 7:00 p.m. 16 Miami 7:00 p.m. 21 at Savannah State 7:00 p.m. 29 * FGCU 8:00 p.m. JANUARY 2 * at Lipscomb 4:15 p.m. 4 * at Belmont 8:15 p.m. 8 * Jacksonville 7:00 p.m. 10 * UNF 2:00 p.m. 14 * at ETSU 7:00 p.m. 16 * at Campbell 3:15 p.m. 22 * Mercer 7:00 p.m. 24 * Kennesaw State 2:00 p.m. 27 * at FGCU 7:30 p.m. 30 * at Mercer 3:30 p.m.

- Head Coach Derek Waugh looks for his sixth consecutive season in double digets wins and his eight as the head coach of Stetson. Sheldon Oliver returns as the Hatters leader in rebounds, steals field goal percentage and blocks.

- Stetson battles three of Florida’s biggest school this season as they welcome Miami to Edmunds Center and travel to Florida State and Florida.

UNIVERSITY FACTS - Founded in 1883, Stetson University in Central Florida is an independent university in the liberal arts tradition. Stetson stresses academic quality and community-engaged learning in more than 60 majors within four colleges and schools: the College of Arts & Sciences, the School of Business Administration, the School of Music and the College of Law. - Stetson consistently ranks among the South’s top regional universities in U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges,” ranking third in the South for academic quality for 2010 and listed in the guide’s “Great Schools, Great Prices.” - Stetson offers small classes, which foster collaborative learning and close interaction between students and professors. The university has an 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio.

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COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

- Sheldon Oliver ranks first among returning Hatters in rebounds, field goal percentage, steals and blocks.

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES - A.J. Smith returns as the Hatters leading scorer. Smith ranks as the top returning Hatter in assists per game, 3-point percentage, free throw percentage and minutes.

FEBRUARY 1 * at Kennesaw State 7:30 p.m. 4 * Campbell 8:15 p.m. 6 * ETSU 7:00 p.m. 11 * at UNF 7:45 p.m. 13 * at Jacksonville 3:15 p.m. 15 Savannah State 7:00 p.m. 18 * Belmont 8:15 p.m. 20 * lipscomb 7:00 p.m. 27 * USC Upstate 7:00 p.m. MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S TEAMS

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game 1 - Atlantic Sun Championship (Nashville, Tenn)

09-10 SCHEDULE

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 14 at No. 7 Texas L, 38-68 18 BETHUNE-COOKMAN W, 64-58 (OT) 20 at Florida State L, 77-79 24 JOHNSON & WALES W, 59-36 29 at No. 21 Miami (Fla) L, 65-79 DECEMBER 4 * FGCU W, 76-71 15 * Campbell W, 63-56 17 WEBBER INTERNATIONAL W, 80-35 20 at Missouri L, 44-78 30 at Florida L, 57-78 JANUARY 3 * at Belmont L, 57-82 5 * at Lipscomb W, 76-68 8 * at FGCU L, 76-85 10 * ETSU L, 67-73 12 * USC UPSTATE W, 56-50 16 * Kennesaw State W, 69-52 18 * Mercer L, 98-101 (OT) 23 * JACKSONVILLE L, 61-84 25 * UNF L, 53-55 31 * LIPSCOMB W, 85-81 (OT)

MEN’S TEAMS

62 45 14 9 16 15 65 38 31 20 86 49 26 20 8 5 20 11 21 13 11 6 48 31 408 262 336 218

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

14 BLAIR, Garfield 30 30 987 32.9 187 432 .433 39 110 .355 105 147 .714 Conference-Only... 20 20 677 33.8 130 294 .442 31 78 .397 78 108 .722 02 SMITH, A.J. 29 29 890 30.7 111 312 .356 57 168 .339 86 105 .819 Conference-Only... 19 19 614 32.3 77 216 .356 40 116 .345 60 73 .822 31 THOMAS, Kris 29 28 797 27.5 102 266 .383 43 138 .312 32 53 .604 Conference-Only... 20 20 562 28.1 75 188 .399 28 93 .301 19 35 .543 22 LANG, Tim 30 27 649 21.6 68 175 .389 21 71 .296 37 68 .544 Conference-Only... 20 18 437 21.9 46 128 .359 12 47 .255 24 44 .545 21 DIAZ, Eric 25 8 484 19.4 57 154 .370 21 72 .292 20 37 .541 Conference-Only... 16 6 328 20.5 37 91 .407 14 39 .359 14 28 .500 04 OLIVER, Sheldon 30 19 671 22.4 63 153 .412 0 1 .000 43 84 .512 Conference-Only... 20 11 432 21.6 40 88 .455 0 1 .000 25 52 .481 15 LOHUIS, Mark 30 7 644 21.5 52 164 .317 37 125 .296 9 12 .750 Conference-Only... 20 4 423 21.2 36 102 .353 26 76 .342 5 7 .714 03 WILLIAMS, Brandon 30 1 356 11.9 21 84 .250 13 63 .206 3 6 .500 Conference-Only... 20 1 205 10.3 16 54 .296 9 42 .214 1 2 .500 11 DUPITON, Olivier 28 0 285 10.2 18 35 .514 0 0 .000 7 15 .467 Conference-Only... 18 0 194 10.8 13 25 .520 0 0 .000 4 11 .364 13 RADFORD, Graeme 27 0 184 6.8 14 26 .538 0 0 .000 3 14 .214 Conference-Only... 18 0 121 6.7 8 15 .533 0 0 .000 1 9 .111 10 BOWEN, Shawn 29 1 153 5.3 8 26 .308 6 14 .429 5 8 .625 Conference-Only... 19 1 82 4.3 6 18 .333 4 8 .500 0 2 .000 TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 30 701 1827 .384 237 762 .311 350 549 .638 Conference-Only... 20 484 1219 .397 164 500 .328 231 371 .623 Opponents...... 30 738 1670 .442 157 479 .328 425 656 .648 Conference-Only... 20 494 1110 .445 115 333 .345 302 455 .664

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

INSIDE THE ASUN

## Player

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STANDINGS CONFERENCE W L Pct PF Jacksonville 15 5 .750 76.4 ETSU 14 6 .700 78.8 Belmont 14 6 .700 77.3 Lipscomb 12 8 .600 77.7 Mercer 11 9 .550 77.2 Campbell 11 9 .550 69.7 Stetson 9 11 .450 68.2 USC Upstate 8 12 .400 63.5 FGCU 7 13 .350 68.1 UNF 6 14 .300 58.2 Kennesaw State 3 17 .150 57.1 SCORING OFFENSE ## Team G ------------------------1. ETSU 34 2. Belmont 33 3. Lipscomb 31 4. Mercer 32 5. Jacksonville 32 6. Campbell 30 7. Stetson 30 8. FGCU 31 9. USC Upstate 30 10. Kennesaw State 29 11. UNF 30 SCORING DEFENSE ## Team G --------------------1. USC Upstate 30 2. Stetson 30 3. Kennesaw State 29 4. Jacksonville 32 5. Lipscomb 31 6. UNF 30 7. ETSU 34 8. Belmont 33 9. FGCU 31 10. Campbell 30 11. Mercer 32 SCORING MARGIN ## Team G ---------------1. ETSU 34 2. Lipscomb 31 3. Belmont 33 4. Jacksonville 32 5. Campbell 30 6. Mercer 32 7. Stetson 30 8. FGCU 31 9. USC Upstate 30 10. Kennesaw State 29 11. UNF 30

W-L

Pts Avg/G

23-11 20-13 17-14 17-15 18-14 14-16 13-17 11-20 9-21 7-22 8-22

2657 2528 2370 2392 2363 2164 1989 2021 1812 1690 1697

78.1 76.6 76.5 74.8 73.8 72.1 66.3 65.2 60.4 58.3 56.6

Pts Avg/G 2055 2058 1990 2210 2161 2095 2383 2334 2218 2153 2429

68.5 68.6 68.6 69.1 69.7 69.8 70.1 70.7 71.5 71.8 75.9

OFF DEF 78.1 76.5 76.6 73.8 72.1 74.8 66.3 65.2 60.4 58.3 56.6

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES ## Team G FG -----------------1. Lipscomb 31 819 2. ETSU 34 944 3. Jacksonville 32 822 4. Belmont 33 869 5. Campbell 30 744 6. Mercer 32 816 7. USC Upstate 30 650 8. UNF 30 629 9. FGCU 31 671 10. Stetson 30 701 11. Kennesaw State 29 620

+/-

70.1 +8.1 69.7 +6.7 70.7 +5.9 69.1 +4.8 71.8 +0.4 75.9 -1.2 68.6 -2.3 71.5 -6.4 68.5 -8.1 68.6 -10.3 69.8 -13.3

FREE THROW PERCENTAGES ## Team G FTM FTA ----------------1. Mercer 32 528 734 2. Campbell 30 498 701 3. ETSU 34 574 810 4. FGCU 31 512 732 5. Jacksonville 32 518 749 6. Belmont 33 454 664 7. Lipscomb 31 522 777 8. Kennesaw State 29 252 381 9. USC Upstate 30 349 528 10. Stetson 30 350 549 11. UNF 30 305 515

32

PA 66.7 69.0 68.9 70.9 78.1 67.8 70.2 66.6 73.5 68.4 71.9

Pct .719 .710 .709 .699 .692 .684 .672 .661 .661 .638 .592

FGA

Pct

1734 2044 1841 1961 1722 1894 1606 1558 1666 1827 1626

.472 .462 .446 .443 .432 .431 .405 .404 .403 .384 .381

OVERALL W L Pct 18 14 .563 23 11 .676 20 13 .606 17 14 .548 17 15 .531 14 16 .467 13 17 .433 9 21 .300 11 20 .355 8 22 .267 7 22 .241

PF 73.8 78.1 76.6 76.5 74.8 72.1 66.3 60.4 65.2 56.6 58.3

HOME 15-35798 13-44532 13-24136 16-24464 12-20483 14-22661 14-19507 11-9723 17-22882 12-9650 14-14620

PA 69.1 70.1 70.7 69.7 75.9 71.8 68.6 68.5 71.5 69.8 68.6

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE ## Team G FG FGA -------------------1. ETSU 34 825 2027 2. Lipscomb 31 782 1866 3. USC Upstate 30 719 1711 4. FGCU 31 754 1774 5. Mercer 32 862 1988 6. Campbell 30 743 1690 7. UNF 30 694 1574 8. Belmont 33 832 1885 9. Stetson 30 738 1670 10. Jacksonville 32 775 1702 11. Kennesaw State 29 707 1501

Pct .407 .419 .420 .425 .434 .440 .441 .441 .442 .455 .471

Avg 2387 3426 1857 1529 1707 1619 1393 884 1346 804 1044

AWAY 16-61704 14-33783 17-63273 15-45226 17-70274 14-22837 15-54011 17-57100 14-54127 16-34236 15-23956

REBOUNDING MARGIN ## Team G TEAM OPP --------------------------------1. Lipscomb 31 1222 1018 2. Jacksonville 32 1195 1026 3. Mercer 32 1258 1180 4. Campbell 30 1104 1047 5. ETSU 34 1290 1245 6. Belmont 33 1186 1205 7. Stetson 30 1124 1143 8. USC Upstate 30 1028 1096 9. FGCU 31 1097 1179 10. UNF 30 933 1118 11. Kennesaw State 29 886 1071

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES ## Team G FG FGA Pct -------------------1. Lipscomb 31 208 573 .363 2. Campbell 30 178 502 .355 3. Belmont 33 336 950 .354 4. Jacksonville 32 201 574 .350 5. FGCU 31 167 504 .331 6. Mercer 32 232 701 .331 7. UNF 30 134 405 .331 8. ETSU 34 195 590 .331 9. Kennesaw State 29 198 626 .316 10. USC Upstate 30 163 516 .316 11. Stetson 30 237 762 .311

BLOCKED SHOTS ## Team ---------------------1. USC Upstate 2. ETSU 3. Jacksonville 4. Kennesaw State 5. Stetson 6. Mercer 7. FGCU 8. Belmont 9. Campbell 10. UNF 11. Lipscomb

30 34 32 29 30 32 31 33 30 30 31

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE ## Team G FG FGA Pct -------------------1. Lipscomb 31 210 656 .320 2. FGCU 31 229 705 .325 3. ETSU 34 279 853 .327 4. Belmont 33 214 654 .327 5. Stetson 30 157 479 .328 6. Campbell 30 211 624 .338 7. Mercer 32 252 708 .356 8. Kennesaw State 29 160 443 .361 9. Jacksonville 32 185 494 .374 10. USC Upstate 30 219 584 .375 11. UNF 30 200 533 .375

ASSISTS ## Team ----------------------1. Belmont 2. Lipscomb 3. Campbell 4. FGCU 5. Jacksonville 6. ETSU 7. USC Upstate 8. Mercer 9. Kennesaw State 10. UNF 11. Stetson

33 31 30 31 32 34 30 32 29 30 30

REBOUNDING OFFENSE ## Team G Reb ------------------1. Lipscomb 31 1222 2. Mercer 32 1258 3. ETSU 34 1290 4. Stetson 30 1124 5. Jacksonville 32 1195 6. Campbell 30 1104 7. Belmont 33 1186 8. FGCU 31 1097 9. USC Upstate 30 1028 10. UNF 30 933 11. Kennesaw State 29 886

STEALS ## Team ---------------------1. ETSU 2. Campbell 3. Jacksonville 4. Belmont 5. Lipscomb 6. FGCU 7. Kennesaw State 8. Stetson 9. UNF 10. USC Upstate 11. Mercer

34 30 32 33 31 31 29 30 30 30 32

REBOUNDING DEFENSE ## Team G Reb ------------------1. Jacksonville 32 1026 2. Lipscomb 31 1018 3. Campbell 30 1047 4. Belmont 33 1205 5. USC Upstate 30 1096 6. ETSU 34 1245 7. Mercer 32 1180 8. Kennesaw State 29 1071 9. UNF 30 1118 10. FGCU 31 1179 11. Stetson 30 1143

Avg/G 39.4 39.3 37.9 37.5 37.3 36.8 35.9 35.4 34.3 31.1 30.6

Avg/G 32.1 32.8 34.9 36.5 36.5 36.6 36.9 36.9 37.3 38.0 38.1

Avg 3856 2413 3722 3015 4134 1631 3601 3359 3866 2140 1597

G

NEUT 1-1609 7-16031 3-1352 0-0 3-1352 2-0 1-1014 2-679 0-0 2-1676 0-0 +/-

+6.6 +5.3 +2.4 +1.9 +1.3 -0.6 -0.6 -2.3 -2.6 -6.2 -6.4

Blocks Avg/G 126 131 117 102 104 105 91 84 76 75 70

4.20 3.85 3.66 3.52 3.47 3.28 2.94 2.55 2.53 2.50 2.26

G Assists Avg/G

G

549 498 472 422 419 429 377 390 320 327 310

16.64 16.06 15.73 13.61 13.09 12.62 12.57 12.19 11.03 10.90 10.33

Steals Avg/G 287 250 261 261 243 238 217 215 192 183 186

TURNOVER +/## Team G TEAM OPP --------------------------------1. ETSU 34 477 570 2. Jacksonville 32 460 514 3. Belmont 33 479 524 4. Stetson 30 431 458 5. Kennesaw State 29 415 436 6. Campbell 30 497 503 7. FGCU 31 544 489 8. UNF 30 459 403 9. Lipscomb 31 502 428 10. Mercer 32 504 420 11. USC Upstate 30 472 386

8.44 8.33 8.16 7.91 7.84 7.68 7.48 7.17 6.40 6.10 5.81

Avg 1609 2290 451 0 451 0 1014 340 0 838 0

ALL 32-99111 34-94346 33-88761 31-69690 32-92109 30-45498 30-74532 30-67502 31-77009 30-45562 29-38576

Avg 3097 2775 2690 2248 2878 1517 2484 2250 2484 1519 1330

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO ## Team G Asst Turn --------------------------------1. Belmont 33 549 479 2. Lipscomb 31 498 502 3. Campbell 30 472 497 4. Jacksonville 32 419 460 5. ETSU 34 429 477 6. USC Upstate 30 377 472 7. FGCU 31 422 544 8. Mercer 32 390 504 9. Kennesaw State 29 320 415 10. Stetson 30 310 431 11. UNF 30 327 459

Ratio 1.15 0.99 0.95 0.91 0.90 0.80 0.78 0.77 0.77 0.72 0.71

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Team G No. Avg/G ------------------1. Jacksonville 32 456 14.25 2. Mercer 32 442 13.81 3. Stetson 30 408 13.60 4. Campbell 30 377 12.57 5. Lipscomb 31 389 12.55 6. Kennesaw State 29 356 12.28 7. Belmont 33 390 11.82 8. ETSU 34 395 11.62 9. FGCU 31 351 11.32 10. USC Upstate 30 337 11.23 11. UNF 30 297 9.90 DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Team G No. Avg/G ------------------1. Lipscomb 31 833 26.87 2. ETSU 34 895 26.32 3. Mercer 32 816 25.50 4. Campbell 30 727 24.23 5. Belmont 33 796 24.12 6. FGCU 31 746 24.06 7. Stetson 30 716 23.87 8. Jacksonville 32 739 23.09 9. USC Upstate 30 691 23.03 10. UNF 30 636 21.20 11. Kennesaw State 29 530 18.28 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE ## Team G 3FG Avg/G ------------------1. Belmont 33 336 10.18 2. Stetson 30 237 7.90 3. Mercer 32 232 7.25 4. Kennesaw State 29 198 6.83 5. Lipscomb 31 208 6.71 6. Jacksonville 32 201 6.28 7. Campbell 30 178 5.93 8. ETSU 34 195 5.74 9. USC Upstate 30 163 5.43 10. FGCU 31 167 5.39 11. UNF 30 134 4.47

+/+2.74 +1.69 +1.36 +0.90 +0.72 +0.20 -1.77 -1.87 -2.39 -2.62 -2.87

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37 196 729 63 145 666 76 94 598 39 105 518 0 93 513 66 138 540 32 138 534 19 124 469 44 127 521 2 107 443 20 129 441 60 103 415 42 55 303 57 86 365 72 45 401 66 57 345 34 77 377 93 46 387 68 67 343 33 106 341 83 35 336 53 35 304 49 39 328 17 60 305 16 46 294 15 45 312 10 88 320 43 32 279 0 61 297 52 66 284 0 68 284

119 81 91 50 62 87 70 69 88 68 64 44 73 50 73 65 57 86 52 51

224 194 157 213 170 139 166 143 125 131 119 139 106 111 91 92 108 64 102 108

343 275 248 263 232 226 236 212 213 199 183 183 179 161 164 157 165 150 154 159

G Assists Avg/G

SR SO SR JR SR JR JR SR SR SO SO FR FR SR SO JR

33 30 34 32 30 29 32 31 33 31 31 29 29 30 31 31

169 130 138 128 116 110 119 112 112 100 95 81 78 76 77 77

5.12 4.33 4.06 4.00 3.87 3.79 3.72 3.61 3.39 3.23 3.06 2.79 2.69 2.53 2.48 2.48

72 70 70 72 69 58 52 46 47 48 48 48 45 44 44

2.25 2.19 2.12 2.12 2.09 1.71 1.68 1.59 1.57 1.55 1.55 1.55 1.50 1.42 1.38

3-POINT FG PCT (Min. 1.0 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl G 3FG FGA ------------------------------1. LUSK, Michael-LIP SR 31 41 91 2. COLBERT,Lehmon-JU JR 32 34 82 3. MERTHIE, Lorne-CAM FR 30 52 130 4. WICKE, Andy-BEL SR 33 93 242 5. McCONNELL, Kelvin-KSU SO 29 66 174 6. Cuka, Eni-UNF JR 23 42 112 7. SMITH,Ben-JU JR 32 66 179 8. KUSNYER, E.J.-MER JR 32 83 226 9. BOROS, Gabor-UPST SR 28 41 112 10. FRANKLIN, Delvin-FGCU SR 31 68 186 11. SMITH, Mike-ETSU JR 34 44 122 12. BURGASON, Jordan-LIP FR 31 31 87 13. TELLER, Michael-LIP SO 31 59 166 14. BLAIR, Garfield-STET SR 30 39 110 15. WRIGHT, Brian-LIP FR 31 34 96 3-POINT FG MADE ## Player-Team ----------------------------1. WICKE, Andy-BEL 2. KUSNYER, E.J.-MER 3. McCONNELL, Kelvin-KSU 4. PIGRAM, Courtney-ETSU 5. FRANKLIN, Delvin-FGCU 6. DOTSON, Matthew-BEL 7. SMITH,Ben-JU 8. FLORENCE, James-MER 9. CHAVIS, Josh-UPST 10. SMITH, A.J.-STET 11. BAKER, Reed-FGCU 12. TELLER, Michael-LIP 13. WOODS, Kurtis-KSU 14. Cuka, Eni-UNF 15. MERTHIE, Lorne-CAM

Pct .451 .415 .400 .384 .379 .375 .369 .367 .366 .366 .361 .356 .355 .355 .354

Cl G 3FG Avg/G SR JR SO SR SR SR JR JR SO JR SO SO FR JR FR

33 32 29 34 31 33 32 32 30 29 31 31 29 23 30

BLOCKED SHOTS ## Player-Team Cl -------------------------------------1. SCHNEIDERS, Nick-UPST JR 2. MARKS, Kyle-FGCU JR 3. HAMLIN, Greg-ETSU SR 4. GIBSON, Zadrian-KSU SO 5. LANG, Tim-STET SR 6. SAUEY, Matt-UNF FR 7. HARDY,Ayron-JU SO 8. VEJRASKA, Kyle-CAM JR 9. ALLEN,Marcus-JU SR 10. NICKERSON, Jon-Mich-KSU JR 11. MILLS, Brian-MER SO 12. BROWN, Isiah-ETSU FR 13. DAVIS, Bobby-UPST SR BLAIR, Garfield-STET SR 15. THOMAS, Kris-STET SR ALLISON, John-KSU SO

30 31 33 26 30 29 31 30 32 29 32 34 30 30 29 29

93 83 66 76 68 72 66 63 59 57 60 59 53 42 52

2.82 2.59 2.28 2.24 2.19 2.18 2.06 1.97 1.97 1.97 1.94 1.90 1.83 1.83 1.73

G Blocks Avg/G 79 51 52 33 35 30 28 27 26 23 22 21 18 18 17 17

2.63 1.65 1.58 1.27 1.17 1.03 0.90 0.90 0.81 0.79 0.69 0.62 0.60 0.60 0.59 0.59

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Player-Team Cl ----------------------------1. EMERSON, Daniel-MER JR 2. DAVIS, Bobby-UPST SR 3. SMITH, Mike-ETSU JR 4. BLAIR, Garfield-STET SR 5. RODRIGUEZ, Jonathan-CAM JR 6. RENFROE, Alex-BEL SR 7. HODZIC, Adnan-LIP SO 8. O'NEIL, Derrick-FGCU JR MARKS, Kyle-FGCU JR 10. SLATER, Josh-LIP SO 11. COLBERT,Lehmon-JU JR 12. SCHNEIDERS, Nick-UPST JR 13. ALLEN,Marcus-JU SR 14. NICKERSON, Jon-Mich-KSU JR 15. RILEY, Cortez-UNF SR MINUTES PLAYED ## Player-Team --------------------------------1. SMITH,Ben-JU 2. SMITH, Mike-ETSU 3. EMERSON, Daniel-MER 4. PIGRAM, Courtney-ETSU 5. FLORENCE, James-MER 6. TIGGS, Kevin-ETSU 7. DAVIS, Bobby-UPST 8. McCONNELL, Kelvin-KSU 9. BLAIR, Garfield-STET 10. WICKE, Andy-BEL 11. SMITH, A.J.-STET 12. RILEY, Cortez-UNF 13. RODRIGUEZ, Jonathan-CAM 14. Cuka, Eni-UNF 15. FRANKLIN, Delvin-FGCU 16. RENFROE, Alex-BEL 17. CHAVIS, Josh-UPST 18. DIXON, Spencer-KSU 19. WOODS, Kurtis-KSU 20. UZOCHUKWU, Mezie-UPST 21. BAKER, Reed-FGCU 22. MERTHIE, Lorne-CAM 23. LUSK, Michael-LIP 24. TELLER, Michael-LIP 25. HARDY,Ayron-JU 26. JANUSKA, Stan-UNF 27. SLATER, Josh-LIP 28. NICKERSON, Jon-Mich-KSU 29. THOMAS, Kris-STET 30. O'NEIL, Derrick-FGCU

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G

No. Avg/G

32 30 34 30 30 33 30 31 31 31 32 30 32 29 30

224 194 213 170 157 166 143 139 139 127 131 119 125 111 110

7.00 6.47 6.26 5.67 5.23 5.03 4.77 4.48 4.48 4.10 4.09 3.97 3.91 3.83 3.67

Cl G Minutes Avg/G JR JR JR SR JR SR SR SO SR SR JR SR JR JR SR SR SO FR FR SO SO FR SR SO SO JR SO JR SR JR

32 34 32 34 32 34 30 29 30 33 29 30 30 23 31 33 30 29 29 30 31 30 31 31 31 30 31 29 29 31

1160 1188 1118 1183 1091 1150 1013 973 987 1056 890 916 911 698 940 1000 909 864 853 880 904 871 896 895 891 860 875 815 797 850

36.25 34.94 34.94 34.79 34.09 33.82 33.77 33.55 32.90 32.00 30.69 30.53 30.37 30.35 30.32 30.30 30.30 29.79 29.41 29.33 29.16 29.03 28.90 28.87 28.74 28.67 28.23 28.10 27.48 27.42

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

Cl

32 32 33 34 33 34 31 29 30 31 31 31 30 31 32

119 3.72 91 3.03 86 2.87 87 2.81 88 2.75 81 2.70 73 2.35 73 2.35 69 2.30 65 2.17 73 2.15 64 2.13 68 2.13 70 2.12 62 2.07

WOMEN’S HISTORY

.606 .587 .582 .548 .529 .528 .510 .502 .476 .474 .463 .458 .457 .452 .446

JR JR SR SR SR SR SO FR FR SO JR SO SR SO SR

32 30 30 31 32 30 31 31 30 30 34 30 32 33 30

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Pct

10.7 9.2 8.3 7.7 7.7 7.3 7.2 7.1 6.7 6.2 6.1 5.9 5.8 5.6 5.3 5.2 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.8

Cl G Steals Avg/G

G No. Avg/G

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

32 30 30 34 30 31 33 30 32 32 30 31 31 29 31 30 33 30 31 33

STEALS ## Player-Team -------------------------------1. FLORENCE, James-MER 2. SMITH,Ben-JU 3. WICKE, Andy-BEL 4. TIGGS, Kevin-ETSU 5. RENFROE, Alex-BEL 6. PIGRAM, Courtney-ETSU 7. HARDY,Ayron-JU 8. DIXON, Spencer-KSU 9. MERTHIE, Lorne-CAM 10. SLATER, Josh-LIP O'NEIL, Derrick-FGCU ODEN, Jimmy-LIP 13. DAVIS, Bobby-UPST 14. TELLER, Michael-LIP 15. ALLEN,Marcus-JU

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Player-Team Cl ----------------------------1. EMERSON, Daniel-MER JR 2. RODRIGUEZ, Jonathan-CAM JR 3. OLIVER, Sheldon-STET JR 4. O'NEIL, Derrick-FGCU JR 5. ALLEN,Marcus-JU SR 6. DAVIS, Bobby-UPST SR 7. HARDY,Ayron-JU SO BROWN, Brandon-LIP SO 9. HODZIC, Adnan-LIP SO 10. LANG, Tim-STET SR 11. BROWN, Isiah-ETSU FR 12. SCHNEIDERS, Nick-UPST JR 13. COLBERT,Lehmon-JU JR 14. RENFROE, Alex-BEL SR 15. BLAIR, Garfield-STET SR

MEN’S HISTORY

G OFF DEF TOT Avg/G

FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 3.0 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl G FG FGA -----------------------------1. HARDY,Ayron-JU SO 31 126 208 2. HODZIC, Adnan-LIP SO 30 210 358 3. BROWN, Brandon-LIP SO 31 107 184 4. RENFROE, Alex-BEL SR 33 182 332 5. TIGGS, Kevin-ETSU SR 34 248 469 6. DAVIS, Bobby-UPST SR 30 167 316 7. HOUSE, Jon-BEL SO 33 106 208 8. MARKS, Kyle-FGCU JR 31 118 235 9. EMERSON, Daniel-MER JR 32 146 307 10. RODRIGUEZ, Jonathan-CAM JR 30 163 344 11. ALLEN,Marcus-JU SR 32 111 240 12. DANSBY, Shane-BEL SR 32 120 262 13. COLBERT,Lehmon-JU JR 32 133 291 14. SMITH, Mike-ETSU JR 34 175 387 15. SCHNEIDERS, Nick-UPST JR 30 108 242 ASSISTS ## Player-Team --------------------------------1. RENFROE, Alex-BEL 2. HARTLEY, Junard-CAM 3. PIGRAM, Courtney-ETSU 4. SMITH,Ben-JU 5. RILEY, Cortez-UNF 6. SMITH, A.J.-STET 7. FLORENCE, James-MER 8. LUSK, Michael-LIP 9. WICKE, Andy-BEL 10. SLATER, Josh-LIP 11. ODEN, Jimmy-LIP 12. CHAMBERS, Reggie-FGCU 13. DIXON, Spencer-KSU 14. DAVIS, Bobby-UPST 15. BAKER, Reed-FGCU O'NEIL, Derrick-FGCU

21.4 20.8 17.6 17.3 17.1 16.9 16.2 15.6 15.3 14.8 13.8 13.4 13.2 12.6 12.2 11.9 11.8 11.7 11.1 11.0 10.5 10.5 10.3 10.2 10.1 10.1 10.0 9.6 9.6 9.5 9.5

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 3.0 assists/game) ## Player-Team Cl G Asst Avg Turn Avg Ratio ---------------------------------1. LUSK, Michael-LIP SR 31 112 3.6 58 1.9 1.93 2. HARTLEY, Junard-CAM SO 30 130 4.3 71 2.4 1.83 3. SMITH,Ben-JU JR 32 128 4.0 74 2.3 1.73 4. RENFROE, Alex-BEL SR 33 169 5.1 120 3.6 1.41 5. WICKE, Andy-BEL SR 33 112 3.4 82 2.5 1.37 6. ODEN, Jimmy-LIP SO 31 95 3.1 70 2.3 1.36 7. PIGRAM, Courtney-ETSU SR 34 138 4.1 113 3.3 1.22 8. SLATER, Josh-LIP SO 31 100 3.2 84 2.7 1.19 9. RILEY, Cortez-UNF SR 30 116 3.9 102 3.4 1.14 10. SMITH, A.J.-STET JR 29 110 3.8 104 3.6 1.06 11. FLORENCE, James-MER JR 32 119 3.7 123 3.8 0.97

MEN’S TEAMS

248 229 214 187 210 168 182 163 175 167 146 126 103 111 142 111 133 124 104 101 109 108 120 114 116 126 111 102 118 83 108

FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl G FTM FTA Pct ------------------------------1. BAKER, Reed-FGCU SO 31 103 122 .844 2. SMITH, A.J.-STET JR 29 86 105 .819 3. Cuka, Eni-UNF JR 23 55 68 .809 4. ODEN, Jimmy-LIP SO 31 101 126 .802 5. RODRIGUEZ, Jonathan-CAM JR 30 124 157 .790 6. SMITH,Ben-JU JR 32 138 175 .789 7. MERTHIE, Lorne-CAM FR 30 66 84 .786 8. SMITH, Mike-ETSU JR 34 127 164 .774 9. TIGGS, Kevin-ETSU SR 34 196 256 .766 10. HODZIC, Adnan-LIP SO 30 93 125 .744 11. SLATER, Josh-LIP SO 31 106 144 .736 12. FRANKLIN, Delvin-FGCU SR 31 67 92 .728 13. CHAMBERS, Reggie-FGCU FR 29 60 83 .723 14. PIGRAM, Courtney-ETSU SR 34 94 131 .718 15. BLAIR, Garfield-STET SR 30 105 147 .714

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

REBOUNDING ## Player-Team Cl ------------------------------------1. EMERSON, Daniel-MER JR 2. DAVIS, Bobby-UPST SR 3. RODRIGUEZ, Jonathan-CAM JR 4. SMITH, Mike-ETSU JR 5. BLAIR, Garfield-STET SR 6. O'NEIL, Derrick-FGCU JR 7. RENFROE, Alex-BEL SR 8. HODZIC, Adnan-LIP SO 9. ALLEN,Marcus-JU SR 10. COLBERT,Lehmon-JU JR 11. SCHNEIDERS, Nick-UPST JR 12. MARKS, Kyle-FGCU JR 13. BROWN, Brandon-LIP SO 14. NICKERSON, Jon-Mich-KSU JR 15. HARDY,Ayron-JU SO 16. LANG, Tim-STET SR 17. HAMLIN, Greg-ETSU SR OLIVER, Sheldon-STET JR 19. TELLER, Michael-LIP SO 20. DOTSON, Matthew-BEL SR

FG 3FG FT Pts Avg/G

INSIDE THE ASUN

SCORING ## Player-Team Cl G -----------------------------------1. TIGGS, Kevin-ETSU SR 34 2. FLORENCE, James-MER JR 32 3. PIGRAM, Courtney-ETSU SR 34 4. BLAIR, Garfield-STET SR 30 5. HODZIC, Adnan-LIP SO 30 6. SMITH,Ben-JU JR 32 7. RENFROE, Alex-BEL SR 33 8. RODRIGUEZ, Jonathan-CAM JR 30 9. SMITH, Mike-ETSU JR 34 10. DAVIS, Bobby-UPST SR 30 11. EMERSON, Daniel-MER JR 32 12. BAKER, Reed-FGCU SO 31 13. Cuka, Eni-UNF JR 23 14. SMITH, A.J.-STET JR 29 15. DOTSON, Matthew-BEL SR 33 16. McCONNELL, Kelvin-KSU SO 29 17. COLBERT,Lehmon-JU JR 32 18. WICKE, Andy-BEL SR 33 19. FRANKLIN, Delvin-FGCU SR 31 20. SLATER, Josh-LIP SO 31 21. KUSNYER, E.J.-MER JR 32 22. WOODS, Kurtis-KSU FR 29 23. DANSBY, Shane-BEL SR 32 24. RILEY, Cortez-UNF SR 30 25. NICKERSON, Jon-Mich-KSU JR 29 26. HARDY,Ayron-JU SO 31 27. ALLEN,Marcus-JU SR 32 28. THOMAS, Kris-STET SR 29 29. MARKS, Kyle-FGCU JR 31 30. MERTHIE, Lorne-CAM FR 30 SCHNEIDERS, Nick-UPST JR 30

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Year-by-Year Summary Year

Dates

2008-09 3/4-7 2007-08 3/5-8 2006-07 3/1-3 2005-06 3/2-4 2004-05 3/3-5 2003-04 3/4-3/6 2002-03 3/6-3/8 2001-02 2/28-3/2 2000-01 2/28-3/3 1999-2000 3/1-4 1998-99 2/25-27 1997-98 2-26-28 1996-97 2/27-3/1 1995-96 2/29-3/2 1994-95 3/2-4 1993-94 3/3-5 1992-93 1991-92 3/6-7, 11 1990-91 3/5-7 1989-90 3/6-8 1988-89 3/7-9 1987-88 3/10-12 1986-87 3/5-7 1985-86 3/1, 6-7 1984-85 3/2, 7-8 1983-84 3/3, 8-9 1982-83 3/5, 10-11 1981-82 3/ 4-6 1980-81 3/4-7 1979-80 2/28-3/1 1978-79 3/1-3

Site

Host

Arena

Championship Game

Nashville, Tenn. Lip Allen Arena ETSU 85 JU 58 Nashville, Tenn. Lip Allen Arena Bel 79 JU 61 Johnson City, Tenn. ETSU Memorial Center Bel 94 ETSU 67 Johnson City, Tenn. ETSU Memorial Center Bel 74 Lip 69 Nashville, Tenn. Bel Curb Event Center UCF 63 GWU 54 Nashville, Tenn. Bel Curb Event Center UCF 60 Troy 55 Atlanta, Ga GSU GSU Sports Arena Troy 80 UCF 59 Orlando, Fla. UCF UCF Arena FAU 76 GSU 75 Atlanta, Ga. GSU GSU Sports Arena GSU 79 Troy 55 Jacksonville, Fla. JU Memorial Coliseum Sam 78 UCF 69 Jacksonville, Fla. JU Memorial Coliseum Sam 89 UCF 61 Charleston, S.C. CoC John Kresse Arena CoC 72 FIU 63 Charleston, S.C. CoC John Kresse Arena CoC 83 FIU 73 DeLand, Fla. Stet Edmunds Center UCF 86 Mer 77 Orlando, Fla. UCF UCF Arena FIU 68 Mer 57 Orlando, Fla. UCF UCF Arena UCF 70 Stet 67 No Tournament Statesboro, Ga. GaSo Hanner Fieldhouse GaSo 95 GSU 82 DeLand, Fla. Stet Edmunds Center GSU 80 UALR 60 Little Rock, Ark. UALR Barton Coliseum UALR 105 Cent 95 Little Rock, Ark. UALR Barton Coliseum UALR 100 Cent 72 Daytona Beach, Fla. Stet Ocean Center UTSA 76 GaSo 69 Little Rock, Ark. UALR Barton Coliseum GaSo 49 Stet 46 Little Rock, Ark. UALR Barton Coliseum UALR 85 Cent 63 Statesboro, Ga. GaSo Hanner Fieldhouse Mer 105 UALR 96 Houston, Tex. HBU Spring Branch Coliseum HBU 81 Sam 76 Little Rock, Ark. UALR Barton Coliseum GaSo 68 UALR 67 Monroe, La. NLU Ewing Coliseum NLU 98 Cent 85 Shreveport, La. Cent Hirsch Coliseum Mer 72 HBU 67 Monroe, La. NLU Ewing Coliseum Cent 79 NLU 77 Monroe, La. NLU Ewing Coliseum NLU 90 Mer 69

Regular Season Champion JU 15-5 .750 Bel 14-2 .875 ETSU 16-2 .889 Bel/Lip 15-5 .750 UCF/GWU 13-7 .650 Troy 18-2 .900 Mer/Troy 14-2 .875 GSU/Troy 14-6 .700 GSU 16-2 .889 Troy/GSU 13-5 .722 Sam 15-1 .938 CoC 14-2 .875 CoC 16-0 1.000 CoC 15-1 .937 CoC 15-1 .937 CoC 14-2 .875 FIU 9-3 .750 GaSo 13-1 .929 UTSA 12-2 .857 Cent 14-2 .875 GaSo 16-2 .889 GaSo/UALR 15-3 .833 UALR 16-2 .889 UALR 12-2 .857 GaSo 11-3 .786 HBU 11-3 .786 UALR 12-2 .857 UALR 12-4 .750 HBU 9-3 .750 NLU 6-0 1.000 No Regular Season Schedule

*In cases in which Championship was played at multiple sites, Site, Host and Arena listed are for Championship Game

All-Time (Based on Individual School Record Books) vs Bel Bel - Cam 3-18 ETSU 8-8 FGCU 0-3 JU 5-10 KSU 2-5 Lip 69-55 Mer 4-14 UNF 0-7 Upst 0-4 Stet 7-14

vs Cam 18-3 - 10-1 2-1 10-10 2-5 11-4 13-11 2-5 2-2 20-11

vs ETSU vs FGCU 8-8 3-0 1-10 1-2 - 2-1 1-2 - 4-6 4-0 1-6 2-2 9-25 2-1 0-8 4-0 0-7 1-6 0-4 1-2 4-7 3-1

vs JU 10-5 10-10 6-4 0-4 - 3-5 6-8 15-27 1-8 1-2 30-39

vs KSU 5-2 5-2 6-1 2-2 5-3 - 4-3 5-3 8-16 12-8 5-3

vs Lip 55-69 4-11 25-9 1-2 8-6 3-4 - 4-9 1-6 1-3 8-5

vs Mer 14-4 11-13 8-0 0-4 27-15 3-5 9-4 - 1-7 2-1 67-48

vs UNF 7-0 5-2 7-0 6-1 8-1 16-8 6-1 7-1 - 7-4 7-2

vs Upst 4-0 2-2 4-0 2-1 2-1 8-12 3-1 1-2 4-7 - 2-1

vs Mer 13-3 11-12 7-0 0-4 14-11 3-5 9-4 - 1-7 2-1 26-19

vs UNF 7-0 5-2 7-0 3-1 7-1 6-2 6-1 7-1 - 2-1 6-2

vs Upst 4-0 2-2 4-0 2-1 2-1 1-2 3-1 1-2 1-2 - 2-1

vs Stet 14-7 11-20 7-4 1-3 39-30 3-5 5-8 48-67 2-7 1-2 -

Total 138-98 53-90 83-28 15-23 112-82 43-57 124-110 101-142 20-76 27-32 153-133

Pct .585 .371 .748 .395 .577 .430 .530 .416 .208 .458 .535

Conference Play Only (Includes Tournament Meetings; for Tournament play only, see Tournament records) Bel Cam ETSU FGCU JU KSU Lip Mer UNF Upst Stet

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vs Bel vs Cam vs ETSU vs FGCU - 17-2 8-3 3-0 2-17 - 1-7 1-2 3-8 7-1 - 2-1 0-3 2-1 1-2 - 5-10 10-10 2-6 4-0 2-5 2-5 1-6 2-2 5-8 10-3 3-7 2-1 3-13 12-11 0-7 4-0 0-7 2-5 0-7 1-3 0-4 2-2 0-4 1-2 5-10 17-10 3-6 3-1

vs JU 10-5 10-10 6-2 0-4 - 3-5 6-7 11-14 1-7 1-2 11-11

vs KSU 5-2 5-2 6-1 2-2 5-3 - 4-3 5-3 2-6 2-1 5-3

vs Lip 8-5 3-10 7-3 1-2 7-6 3-4 - 4-9 1-6 1-3 7-4

vs Stet 10-5 10-17 6-3 1-3 11-11 3-5 4-7 19-26 2-6 1-2 -

Others 31-26 42-105 4-5 1-0 38-52 3-4 14-15 153-219 0-7 1-1 117-150

Total 116-51 92-186 59-24 13-23 105-111 29-45 66-57 219-305 11-63 13-23 202-217

Pct. .695 .331 .711 .361 .486 .392 .537 .418 .149 .361 .482

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2000-01 1996-97 1994-95 2003-04 2003-04 1996-97 1996-97 1979-80 1994-95 1996-97 1996-97

UTSA vs. SW Tex. St. 11/24/90 Cent vs. Mer 1/12/95 Stet (143) vs. St. Leo (84) 11/30/91 Stet (143) vs. St. Leo (84) 11/30/91 Cent (114 )vs. UALR (113) 2/9/89 UTSA (128) vs. GSU (70) 2/10/1990 Cent (114 )vs. UALR (113) 2/9/89 Cent 1989-90 Cent 1997-98

Scoring Margin Game Conf. Game Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season

74 55 +14.7 +18.4

Troy vs. Oakwood Bel vs. UNF (87-32) CoC CoC

11/24/90 1/4/90 1989-90 2003-04 2005-06 12/3/86 1/21/89 1986-87 2003-04 12/12/92 2/23/82 1983-84 1988-89

Troy vs. Oakwood 11/24/03 Troy vs. Mercer

364 233 11.7 11.7 52 51 1,015 660 6-6 6-6 6-6

Troy Troy Troy Troy Troy vs. Oakwood Troy vs. Cam Troy Troy Stet vs. GaSo GaSo vs. Syracuse Stet vs. GaSo

2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 11/24/03 1/28/04 2003-04 2003-04 3/6/90 3/13/87 3/6/90

43.3 44.9

UTSA Sam

1988-89 1990-91

46 38 63 52 34-34

Sam vs. Ill. Chi. Cir. FAU vs FIU Cent vs. Grambling St FAU at JU Sam vs. UCF

11/28/81 1/24/98 11/22/91 12/4/05 12/20/90

1989-90 1989-90 1990-91 1981-82 1990-91

78 68 45.5 43.4 +8.8 +9.8

Cent vs. Concordia JSU vs. Mer GSU UALR UALR UALR

12/3/86 2/22/97 1986-87 1988-89 1987-88 1990-91

35 34 24.9 18.95 18.9

Troy vs. Oakwood Troy vs. Campbell PAU Troy Bel

11/24/03 1/28/04 1978-79 2003-04 2001-02

15 15 176 6.04 6.20

ETSU vs. JU ETSU vs. JU Stet JU JU

1/15/07 1/15/07 1989-90 2003-04 2004-05

29 27 380 14.1 12.4

Cent vs. E. Tex. Bapt. UTSA vs. Sam Cent Cent Cent

12/12/92 1/19/91 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93

ABBREVIATIONS Current Members BEL Belmont University CAM Campbell University ETSU East Tennessee State University FGCU Florida Gulf Coast University JU Jacksonville University KSU Kennesaw State University LIP Lipscomb University MER Mercer University UNF University of North Florida UPST University of South Carolina Upstate STET Stetson University Former Members UALR University of Arkansas-Little Rock CENT Centenary College UCF University of Central Florida CoC College of Charleston FAU Florida Atlantic University FIU Florida International University GaSo Georgia Southern University GSU Georgia State University GWU Gardner-Webb University H-SU Hardin-Simmons University HBU Houston Baptist University NICHST Nicholls State University NLU University of Louisiana-Monroe NSU Northwestern State University OCU Oklahoma City University PAU University of Texas-Pan American SAM Samford University SLU Southeastern Louisiana University TROY Troy University UTSA University of Texas-San Antonio

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Free Throws Game Conf. Game Att., Game Att., Conf. Game FT%, Game (most w/o a miss)

UTSA vs. SW Tex. St. Cent vs. UTSA Cent Troy ETSU Cent vs. Concordia GSU vs. Cent UALR Troy Sam vs. Loyola (La.) HBU vs. NLU HBU GaSo

658 505 1,021 78.4 79.8

WOMEN’S TEAMS

3-Point Field Goals Game Conf. Game 1/31/05 Season Conf. Season 3’s/Game, Season 3’s/G, Conf. Season Att., Game Att., Conf. Game Att., Season Att., Conf. Season 3-pt %, Gm (min 5 att) 3-pt %, Conf. Gm (min 5 att) 3-pt %, Season 3-pt %, Conf. Season

55 47 1,047 626 98 96 2,326 1,368 77.8 76.7 55.2 51.6

Steals Game Conf. Game Season Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season

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Field Goals Game Conf. Game Season Conf. Season Att, Game Att., Conf. Game Att., Season Att., Conf. Season FG%, Game FG%, Conf. Game FG%, Season FG%, Conf. Season

11/24/03 11/30/06 1997-98 1996-97

Assists Game Conf. Game Avg., Season Avg. Conf. Season Blocked Shots Game Conf. Game Season Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season

UTSA vs. GaSo

MEN’S HISTORY

78 69 143 227 227 128 227 95.9 99.9

Rebounds Game Conf. Game Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season Margin, Season Marg., Conf. Season

19-19

MEN’S TEAMS

Points Half Half, Conf. Game Game Game, 2 tms Conf. Game Conf. Game, 2 tms Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season

FT%, Conf. Game (most w/o a miss) Season Conf. Season Att., Season FT%, Season FT%, Conf. Season

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

Wins Season 29 29 27 Conf. Season 18 17 Pct., Season .906 Pct., Conf. Season 1.000 1.000 .937 Streak, Overall 23 Streak, Conf. Games 19 (includes tournament games)

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All-Time Individual Records Points Game Conf. Game Season Season Avg. Conf. Season Avg. Career

Chris Collier Carl Brown Sam Mitchell Ernie Hill Jeff Sanders Willie Jackson

GSU vs. Butler UALR vs. Cent Mer OCU GaSo Cent

1/2/91 2/9/89 1984-85 1978-79 1988-89 1980-84

Field Goals Game 19 Season 309 Career 995 Att., Game 32 Att., Conf. Game 30 FG% Season 70.8 FG% Conf. Season 71.3

Chris Collier Craig Beard Willie Jackson Willie Jackson Courtney Pigram Kerry Blackshear Adam Mark Adam Mark

GSU vs. Butler Sam Cent Cent vs. SMU ETSU vs Mer Stet vs. UCF Bel Bel

1/3/91 1984-85 1980-84 11/30/83 2/28/09 1/22/94 2001-02 2001-02

3-Point Field Goals Game Conf. Game Season 3/Gm, Season 3/Gm, Conf. Season Career Att., Game Att., Conf. Game Att., Career 3-pt %, Season 3-pt %, Conf. Season 3-pt %, Career

11 11 107 3.82 4.30 316 23 23 808 52.6 57.1 58.8

Earnest Crumbley Josh Goodwin Earnest Crumbley Josh Goodwin Eric Smith Eric Smith Troy Green Adam Fellers Courtney Pigram Courtney Pigram Courtney Pigram David Mitchell David Watts Steven Drabyn

FAU vs. Cam Bel at ETSU FAU vs. Cam Bel at ETSU Cam Cam SLU Cam ETSU vs Mer ETSU vs Mer ETSU Sam Stet Bel

Free Throws Game Conf. Game Season Att., Game Att., Conf. Game Att., Season FT %, Season FT %, Conf. Season

21 21 208 26 26 272 95.1 97.8

Jason Alexander Steve Barker Jason Alexander Jonathan Rodriguez Anicent Lavodrama Anicent Lavodrama Jonathan Rodriguez Steve Drabyn Steve Drabyn

Stet vs. Mer Sam vs. UIC-Circle Stet vs. Mer Cam HBU vs. GaSo HBU vs. GaSo Cam Bel (min. 2.5 ftm/g) Bel (min. 2.5 ftm/g)

2/11/95 11/28/81 2/11/95 2007-08 2/14/85 2/14/85 2007-08 2002-03 2002-03

Rebounds Game Conf. Game Season Season Avg. Conf. Season Avg. Career

29 29 359 12.9 11.6 1,013

Donald Newman Donald Newman George Lett Donald Newman Thaddeous Delaney Willie Jackson

UALR vs. Cent UALR vs. Cent Cent UALR 1983-84 CoC Cent

1/24/84 1/24/84 1978-79

Assists Game Conf. Game Season Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season Career

18 18 256 8.4 8.9 520

Sedrick Evans Darryl Jones Carl Brown Courtney Pigram Sedrick Evans Darryl Jones Carl Brown Courtney Pigram Greg Davis Mike Carrol Greg Davis Anthony Johnson

H-SU vs. GSU HBU vs. Mer UALR vs. Cent ETSU vs. Mer H-SU vs. GSU HBU vs. Mer UALR vs. Cent ETSU vs. Mer Troy PAU Troy CoC

3/5/88 2/26/83 1/14/89 2/24/07 3/5/88 2/26/83 1/14/89 2/24/07 2003-04 1979-80 2003-04 1992-97

Blocked Shots Game Conf. Game Season Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season Career

9 9 121 4.1 4.3 234

Calvin Henry Eddie Ard Sylvestor Morgan Haminn Quaintance Ryan Lewis Calvin Henry Eddie Ard Sylvestor Morgan Lorenzo Williams Kris Hunter Lorenzo Williams Lorenzo Williams

Mer vs. FGCU Lip vs. Cam GSU vs. Mer JU vs. Sav. St. JU vs. Sav. St Mer vs. FGCU Lip vs. Cam GSU vs. Mer Stet JU Stet Stet

1/16/09 2/17/05 1/23/05 12/6/03 12/8/01 1/16/09 2/17/05 1/23/05 1989-90 2000-01 1989-90 1989-90

Steals Game Conf. Game Season Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season Career

11 11 104 4.0 4.4 259

Philip Huyler Philip Huyler Larry Robinson Alexis McMillian Larry Robinson Vaughn Williams

FAU vs. Cam FAU vs. Cam Cent Stet Cent UALR

1/18/97 1/18/97 1989-90 2002-03 1989-90 1980-83

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49 46 774 26.6 23.6 2535

2/26/04 12/1/05 2/26/04 12/1/05 2005-06 2005-06 1995-96 1998-2002 2/28/09 2/28/09 2005-09 1990-91 1997-98 2001-03

Centenary’s Willie Jackson remains the only player in conference history to earn three Player of the Year honors.

1995-96 1980-84

Steve Drabyn netted a near perfect 97.8-percent of his free throws in conference play in the 2002-03 season.

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21 11 .656 20 11 .645 15 13 .536 17 12 .586 15 13 .536 14 18 .438 12 17 .414 10 18 .357 9 19 .321 6 22 .214 1 26 .037

2004-05 UCF 13 7 .650 GWU 13 7 .650 Bel 12 8 .600 Mer 11 9 .550 Lip 11 9 .550 JU 11 9 .550 GSU 11 9 .550 Troy 10 10 .500 FAU 10 10 .500 Stet 8 12 .400 Cam 0 20 .000

24 9 .727 18 12 .600 14 16 .467 16 12 .571 16 12 .571 16 13 .552 14 15 .483 12 18 .400 10 17 .370 10 17 .370 2 25 .074

2003-04 Troy 18 2 .900 UCF 17 3 .850 Bel 15 5 .750 GSU 14 6 .700 Stet 10 10 .500 Mer 9 11 .450 JU 8 12 .400 FAU 6 14 .300 GWU 6 14 .300 Lip 4 16 .200 Cam 3 17 .150

24 7 .774 25 6 .806 21 9 .700 20 9 .690 12 15 .444 12 18 .400 13 15 .464 9 19 .321 9 20 .310 7 21 .250 3 24 .111

2000-01 GSU 16 2 .889 Troy 12 6 .667 Stet 11 7 .611 JU 11 7 .611 Sam 11 7 .611 Mer 10 8 .556 JSU 6 12 .333 Cam 5 13 .278 FAU 5 13 .278 UCF 3 15 .167

29 5 .853 19 12 .613 17 12 .586 18 10 .643 15 14 .517 13 15 .464 9 19 .321 7 21 .250 7 24 .226 8 23 .258

1999-2000 Troy 13 5 .722 GSU 13 5 .722 Sam 12 6 .667 JSU 12 6 .667 UCF 10 8 .556 Cam 10 8 .556 Stet 8 10 .444 Mer 7 11 .389 JU 5 13 .278 FAU 0 18 .000

17 11 .607 17 12 .586 21 11 .656 17 11 .607 14 18 .438 12 16 .429 13 15 .464 12 21 .364 8 19 .296 2 28 .067

1998-99 Sam 15 1 .938 UCF 13 3 .813 GSU 11 5 .688 Stet 10 6 .625 Cent 9 7 .563 JU 7 9 .438 Troy 6 10 .375 Cam 6 10 .375 Mer 5 11 .313 JSU 3 13 .188 FAU 3 13 .188

24 6 .800 19 10 .655 17 13 .567 14 13 .519 14 14 .500 12 15 .429 9 18 .333 9 18 .333 8 18 .307 8 18 .308 6 20 .231

1997-98 East CoC 14 2 .875 FIU 13 3 .812 UCF 11 5 .687 Stet 8 8 .500 FAU 5 11 .312 Cam 4 12 .250 West GSU 11 5 .687 Sam 9 7 .562 Cent 8 8 .500 JSU 6 10 .375 Troy 5 11 .312 Mer 2 14 .125

24 6 .800 21 8 .724 17 11 .607 11 15 .423 5 22 .185 10 17 .370 16 12 .571 14 13 .518 10 20 .333 12 14 .461 7 20 .259 5 21 .192

1995-96 East CoC 15 1 .937 Cam 11 5 .687 FIU 6 10 .375 UCF 6 10 .375 Stet 6 10 .375 FAU 5 11 .312 West Sam 11 5 .687 SLU 11 5 .687 Cent 8 8 .500 Mer 7 9 .437 GSU 6 10 .375 JSU 4 12 .250

25 4 .862 17 11 .607 13 15 .464 11 19 .366 10 17 .370 9 18 .333 16 11 .592 15 12 .555 11 16 .407 15 14 .517 10 16 .384 10 17 .370

1988-89 GaSo 16 2 .889 UALR 14 4 .778 Stet 10 8 .556 Cent 9 9 .500 Mer 9 9 .500 GSU 9 9 .500 UTSA 8 10 .444 HBU 6 12 .333 Sam 5 13 .278 H-SU 4 14 .286

23 6 .793 23 8 .741 17 12 .586 16 14 .533 14 14 .500 14 14 .500 15 13 .536 9 20 .450 8 19 .296 8 19 .296

1994-95 CoC 15 1 .937 Sam 11 5 .687 Stet 11 5 .687 Mer 8 8 .500 SLU 7 9 .437 UCF 7 9 .437 Cent 7 9 .437 GSU 6 10 .375 FIU 4 12 .250 Cam 4 12 .250 #FAU - - ---

23 6 .793 16 11 .592 15 12 .555 15 14 .517 12 16 .428 11 16 .407 10 17 .370 11 17 .392 11 19 .366 8 18 .307 9 18 .333

1987-88 GaSo 15 3 .833 UALR 15 3 .833 UTSA 13 5 .722 H-SU 10 8 .556 Mer 8 10 .444 Stet 8 10 .444 Cent 8 10 .444 GSU 5 13 .278 HBU 4 14 .222 Sam 4 14 .222

24 7 .774 24 7 .774 22 9 .710 18 12 .600 15 14 .517 13 15 .464 13 15 .464 9 19 .321 9 18 .333 7 20 .259

1993-94 CoC 14 2 .875 UCF 11 5 .688 Stet 9 7 .563 GSU 9 7 .563 Cent 8 8 .500 FIU 7 9 .438 SLU 7 9 .438 Sam 4 12 .250 Mer 3 13 .188 #FAU - - ---

24 4 .857 21 9 .700 14 15 .483 13 14 .481 16 12 .571 11 16 .407 10 17 .370 10 18 .357 5 24 .172 3 24 .111

1986-87 UALR 16 2 .889 HBU 13 5 .722 Stet 13 5 .722 GaSo 12 6 .667 H-SU 9 9 .500 Mer 7 11 .389 GSU 7 11 .389 UTSA 7 11 .389 Cent 5 13 .278 Sam 1 17 .056

26 11 .703 18 11 .621 18 13 .581 20 11 .645 13 15 .464 12 16 .429 11 17 .393 13 15 .464 10 17 .370 4 22 .154

1992-93 FIU 9 Mer 7 Sam 7 Stet 6 GaSt 5 Cent 4 SLU 4 #CoC - #UCF -

3 .750 5 .583 5 .583 6 .500 7 .417 8 .333 8 .333 - --- - ---

20 10 .667 13 14 .481 17 10 .630 13 14 .481 13 14 .481 9 18 .333 12 15 .444 19 8 .704 10 17 .370

1985-86 UALR 12 2 .857 Sam 8 6 .571 HBU 7 7 .500 H-SU 7 7 .500 Mer 6 8 .429 Cent 6 8 .429 GaSo 6 8 .429 GSU 4 10 .286 #Stet - - ---

23 11 .676 16 13 .552 14 14 .500 15 13 .538 15 14 .517 13 17 .433 15 13 .538 10 18 .357 10 18 .357

1991-92 GaSo 13 1 .929 GSU 8 6 .571 FIU 7 7 .500 Sam 7 7 .500 Stet 6 8 .429 Mer 6 8 .429 Cent 5 9 .357 SLU 4 10 .286 #CoC - - ---

25 6 .806 16 14 .533 11 17 .393 11 18 .379 11 17 .393 11 18 .379 10 18 .357 6 22 .214 19 8 .704

1984-85 GaSo 11 3 .786 Mer 10 4 .714 HBU 10 4 .714 UALR 9 5 .643 H-SU 7 7 .500 Sam 7 7 .500 Cent 2 12 .143 GSU 0 14 .000

24 5 .828 22 9 .710 21 8 .724 17 13 .567 11 17 .393 18 12 .600 7 21 .250 2 26 .077

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2005-06 Lip 15 5 .750 Bel 15 5 .750 FAU 14 6 .700 GWU 13 7 .650 ETSU 12 8 .600 Stet 11 9 .550 KSU 10 10 .500 Cam 9 11 .450 Mer 7 13 .350 UNF 3 17 .150 JU 1 19 .050

20 11 .654 18 10 .643 19 12 .613 15 14 .517 17 12 .586 18 12 .600 13 16 .448 11 17 .393 10 16 .385 8 19 .396 6 23 .207

22 8 .733 22 7 .759 20 10 .667 17 11 .607 15 17 .469 9 19 .321 6 22 .214 5 23 .179 7 20 .259

WOMEN’S HISTORY

24 10 .706 23 10 .697 18 13 .581 15 14 .517 13 18 .419 13 17 .433 14 17 .452 9 21 .300 11 20 .355 3 26 .103

2001-02 GSU 14 6 .700 Troy 14 6 .700 FAU 13 7 .650 Sam 12 8 .600 UCF 12 8 .600 JU 12 8 .600 JSU 8 12 .421 Bel 8 12 .421 Stet 7 13 .350 Cam 6 14 .300 Mer 4 16 .200

19 9 .678 10 17 .370 10 18 .357 10 17 .370 9 18 .333 3 23 .115

21 8 .724 17 12 .586 14 13 .519 15 16 .484 16 15 .516 10 20 .333 6 22 .214 2 25 .074 6 22 .214

WOMEN’S TEAMS

2006-07 ETSU 16 2 .889 Bel 14 4 .778 Lip 11 7 .611 JU 11 7 .611 KSU 9 9 .500 Mer 8 10 .444 Cam 7 11 .389 GWU 7 11 .389 Stet 6 12 .333 UNF 1 17 .056

23 6 .793 26 6 .813 21 11 .656 13 16 .448 6 20 .231 7 21 .250

29 3 .906 16 13 .551 16 11 .592 11 16 .407 9 18 .333 7 19 .269

1990-91 UTSA 12 2 .857 Cent 10 4 .714 GaSo 9 5 .643 Stet 9 5 .643 GSU 7 7 .500 UALR 6 8 .429 Sam 2 12 .143 Mer 1 13 .071 #FIU - - --- 1989-90 Cent 14 2 .875 UTSA 13 3 .813 UALR 12 4 .750 GaSo 11 5 .688 Stet 8 8 .500 H-SU 5 11 .313 Sam 4 12 .250 GSU 3 13 .188 Mer 2 14 .125

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25 9 .735 18 13 .581 16 16 .500 19 13 .594 15 16 .484 16 16 .500 10 20 .333 11 19 .367 10 21 .323 10 20 .333 7 23 .233 3 26 .103

17 12 .586 20 10 .667 13 15 .464 14 15 .483 5 24 .172 5 22 .185

1996-97 East CoC 16 0 1.000 FIU 12 4 .750 FAU 11 5 .687 Cam 8 8 .500 Stet 5 11 .312 UCF 4 12 .250 West Sam 11 5 .687 JSU 9 7 .562 SLU 7 9 .437 GSU 6 10 .375 Cent 6 10 .375 Mer 1 15 .062

MEN’S HISTORY

2007-08 Bel 14 2 .875 JU 12 4 .750 Stet 11 5 .688 ETSU 11 5 .688 Lip 9 7 .563 GWU 9 7 .563 KSU 7 9 .438 Mer 6 10 .375 FGCU 6 10 .375 Cam 5 11 .313 UPST 5 11 .313 UNF 1 15 .063

2002-03 North Bel 12 4 .750 JSU 10 6 .625 Sam 9 7 .563 GSU 8 8 .500 GWU 2 14 .125 Cam 1 15 .063 South Mer 14 2 .875 Troy 14 2 .875 UCF 11 5 .688 JU 8 8 .500 Stet 4 12 .250 FAU 3 13 .188

MEN’S TEAMS

18 14 .563 23 11 .676 20 13 .606 17 14 .548 14 16 .467 17 15 .532 13 17 .433 9 21 .300 11 20 .355 8 22 .267 7 22 .241

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2008-09 JU 15 5 .750 ETSU 14 6 .700 Bel 14 6 .700 Lip 12 8 .600 Cam 11 9 .550 Mer 11 9 .550 Stet 9 11 .450 Upst 8 12 .400 FGCU 7 13 .350 UNF 6 14 .300 KSU 3 17 .150

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Yearly Standings

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Annual Award Winners

Yearly Results (cont.) 1983-84 HBU 11 3 .786 Sam 10 4 .714 GaSo 8 6 .571 Cent 7 7 .500 UALR 7 7 .500 Mer 6 8 .429 H-SU 5 9 .357 NSU 2 12 .143 #NichSt - - --- #GSU - - ---

24 22 16 12 14 14 9 6 19 6

7 .774 8 .733 12 .571 16 .429 15 .483 14 .500 21 .300 22 .214 7 .731 22 .214

1982-83 UALR 12 2 .857 HBU 10 4 .714 GaSo 8 6 .571 Cent 8 6 .571 Mer 6 8 .429 Sam 6 8 .429 NSU 5 9 .357 H-SU 1 13 .071 #NichSt - - ---

23 20 18 16 13 13 9 3 16

6 .793 9 .690 12 .600 13 .551 15 .464 15 .464 19 .321 25 .107 12 .571

1981-82 UALR 12 4 .750 NSU 10 6 .625 NLU 9 7 .563 Cent 9 7 .563 Mer 8 8 .500 GaSo 8 8 .500 HBU 8 8 .500 Sam 6 10 .375 H-SU 2 14 .125

19 19 19 17 16 14 13 11 6

8 .704 9 .679 10 .655 12 .586 11 .593 13 .519 14 .481 15 .423 20 .231

1980-81 HBU 9 NLU 8 Mer 7 Cent 7 Sam 5 UALR 5 NSU 5 H-SU 4 GaSo 2

3 4 4 5 6 6 7 8 9

.750 .667 .636 .583 .455 .455 .417 .333 .182

18 15 18 16 10 13 11 9 5

10 .643 13 .536 11 .621 12 .571 17 .370 13 .500 17 .393 18 .333 22 .185

1979-80 NLU 6 PAU 4 Mer 3 Cent 3 Sam 3 HBU 2 H-SU 0 #UALR - #NSU - #GaSo -

0 1.000 2 .667 3 .500 3 .500 3 .500 4 .333 6 .000 - --- - --- - ---

18 19 16 15 8 14 5 16 5 5

10 .643 9 .679 12 .571 14 .517 19 .296 13 .519 21 .192 10 .615 20 .200 22 .185

1978-79 NLU - Mer - OCU - PAU - HBU - Sam - Cent - H-SU -

- - - - - - - -

23 21 18 13 11 11 9 7

6 .793 6 .778 11 .621 13 .500 16 .407 16 .407 20 .310 20 .259

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Cumulative Standings

(Regular season Conference play)

Team Years W Bel 8 (01- ) 114 ETSU 4 (05- ) 53 Lip 6 (03- ) 62 Stet 23 (86- ) 194 JU 11 (98- ) 91 Mer 31 (79- ) 199 KSU 4 (05- ) 29 FGCU 2 (07- ) 13 Upst 2 (07- ) 13 Cam 15 (94- ) 101 UNF 4 (05- ) 11

L 45 21 52 198 101 282 45 23 23 185 63

.Pct .717 .716 .544 .495 .474 .414 .392 .361 .361 .353 .149

Former Members CoC 5 (93-98) UALR 11 (80-91) NLU 3 (79-82) PAU 1 (79-80) GaSo 12 (80-92) UTSA 5 (86-91) Troy 8 (97-05) UCF 12 (93-05) HBU 10 (79-89) FIU 7 (91-98) GSU 21 (84-05) Sam 24 (79-03) Cent 20 (79-99) GWU 6 (02-09) SLU 6 (91-97) JSU 8 (95-03) NSU 4 (80-84) FAU 11 (95-06) H-SU 11 (79-90)

6 47 11 2 62 31 52 90 64 48 173 187 153 60 50 78 34 121 106

.925 .719 .676 .667 .659 .631 .612 .567 .556 .547 .500 .490 .483 .455 .444 .426 .393 .383 .342

74 120 23 4 120 53 82 118 80 58 173 180 143 50 40 58 22 75 55

Player-of-the-Year 08-09 Alex Renfroe Bel 07-08 Thomas Sanders GWU 06-07 Courtney Pigram ETSU 05-06 Tim Smith ETSU 04-05 Mike Bell FAU 03-04 Greg Davis Troy 02-03 Adam Sonn Bel 01-02 Thomas Terrell GSU 00-01 Shernard Long GSU 99-00 Detric Golden Troy 98-99 Reed Rawlings Sam 97-98 Mark Jones UCF Sedric Webber CoC 96-97 Anthony Johnson CoC 95-96 Thadd. Delaney CoC 94-95 Kerry Blackshear Stet 93-94 Marion Busby CoC 92-93 Kenny Brown Mer 91-92 Tony Windless GaSo 90-91 Patrick Greer Cent 89-90 Larry Robinson Cent 88-89 Jeff Sanders GaSo 87-88 Jeff Sanders GaSo 86-87 Brian Newton GaSo 85-86 Myron Jackson UALR 84-85 Sam Mitchell Mer 83-84 Willie Jackson Cent 82-83 Willie Jackson Cent 81-82 Willie Jackson Cent 80-81 Benton Wade Mer 79-80 George Lett Cent 78-79 Calvin Natt NLU Freshman-of-the-Year 08-09 Lorne Merthie Cam 07-08 Nate Blank GWU 06-07 James Florence Mer 05-06 Andre Morgan KSU 04-05 Justin Hare Bel 03-04 Haminn Quaintance JU 02-03 E.J. Gordon Stet 01-02 Jon Mills Sam 00-01 Jeff Cowans FAU Defensive Player-of-the-Year 08-09 Ayron Hardy JU 07-08 Calvin Henry Mer 06-07 Brian Fisk Lip 05-06 Tim Jennings GWU 04-05 Tim Jennings GWU 03-04 Dexter Lyons UCF Newcomer-of-the-Year 99-00 Detric Golden Troy 98-99 Kevin Morris GSU 97-98 Mark Jones UCF 96-97 Quincey Gamble FIU 95-96 Troy Green SLU 94-95 Jason Alexander Stet 93-94 Ochiel Swaby UCF 92-93 Kerry Blackshear Stet 91-92 Shaun Thompson Mer 90-91 Mark Brisker Stet 89-90 Tommy French H-SU 88-89 Larry Robinson Cent 87-88 James Scott UALR 86-87 Frank Hampton UTSA 85-86 G.Vandenlangenberg Cent 84-85 Michael England HBU 83-84 Matt England HBU 82-83 Craig Beard Sam

81-82 Jimmy Lampley UALR 80-81 Willie Jackson Cent 79-80 Cherokee Rhone Cent 78-79 Steve Barker Sam Tournament MVP 2009 Kevin Tiggs ETSU 2008 Shane Dansby Bel 2007 Justin Hare Bel 2006 Justin Hare Bel 2005 Gary Johnson UCF 2004 Dexter Lyons UCF 2003 Ben Fletcher Troy 2002 Thomas Terrell GSU 2001 Thomas Terrell GSU 2000 Marc Salyers Sam 1999 Marc Salyers Sam 1998 Sedric Webber CoC 1997 Anthony Johnson CoC 1996 Harry Kennedy UCF 1995 James Mazyck FIU 1994 Victor Saxton UCF 1993 No Tournament 1992 Charlton Young GaSo 1991 Chris Collier GSU 1990 Derrick Owens UALR 1989 Jeff Cummings UALR 1988 Frank Hampton UTSA 1987 Jeff Sanders GaSo 1986 Michael Clarke UALR 1985 Sam Mitchell Mer 1984 Craig Beard Sam 1983 Jimmy Lampley UALR 1982 Donald Wilson NLU 1981 Tony Gattis Mer 1980 George Lett Cent 1979 Calvin Natt NLU Coach-of-the-Year 08-09 Cliff Warren JU 07-08 Rick Byrd Bel 06-07 Murry Bartow ETSU 05-06 Scott Sanderson Lip 04-05 Rick Scruggs GWU 03-04 Don Maestri Troy 02-03 Mark Slonaker Mer 01-02 Sidney Green FAU 00-01 Lefty Driesell GSU 99-00 Don Maestri Troy 98-99 Jimmy Tillette Sam 97-98 John Kresse CoC 96-97 John Kresse CoC 95-96 Billy Lee Cam 94-95 Dan Hipsher Stet 93-94 John Kresse CoC 92-93 Bob Weltlich FIU 91-92 Frank Kerns GaSo 90-91 Tommy Vardeman Cent 89-90 Tommy Vardeman Cent 88-89 Mike Newell UALR 87-88 Frank Kerns GaSo 86-87 Frank Kerns GaSo 85-86 Mike Newell UALR 84-85 Bill Bibb Mer 83-84 Mike Hanks Sam 82-83 Frank Kerns GaSo 81-82 Ron Kestenbaum UALR 80-81 Gene Iba HBU 79-80 Bill Bibb Mer 78-79 Lenny Fant NLU

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Scoring Margin 08-09 ETSU 07-08 Bel 06-07 Bel 05-06 Lip 04-05 UCF 03-04 Troy 02-03 Troy 01-02 UCF 00-01 GSU 99-00 Sam 98-99 Sam 97-98 CoC 96-97 CoC

+8.1 +6.4 +7.9 +5.4 +4.6 +12.0 +9.9 +6.2 +10.7 +10.2 +10.2 +14.7 +12.4

Field Goal Pct. 08-09 Lip 07-08 ETSU 06-07 Bel 05-06 Bel 04-05 UCF 03-04 GSU 02-02 Mer 01-02 Sam 00-01 Sam 99-00 Sam 98-99 Sam 97-98 UCF 96-97 CoC 95-96 CoC 94-95 Stet 93-94 CoC 92-93 FIU 91-92 GaSo 90-91 GaSo 89-90 Stet 88-89 GaSo 87-88 H-SU 86-87 GaSo 85-86 GaSo 84-85 Mer 83-84 HBU 82-83 HBU 81-82 NSU 80-81 UALR 79-80 NLU 78-79 NLU

FG Pct. Defense 08-09 ETSU 07-08 Lip 06-07 Bel 05-06 Lip 04-05 JU 03-04 UCF 02-03 Troy 01-02 UCF 00-01 JU 99-00 JSU 98-99 UCF 97-98 CoC 96-97 FAU 95-96 CoC 94-95 CoC 93-94 CoC 92-93 SLU 91-92 Mer 90-91 GaSo 89-90 UTSA 88-89 UTSA 87-88 GaSo 86-87 HBU 85-86 HBU 84-85 HBU 83-84 HBU 82-83 GaSo

47.2 45.5 46.2 49.3 46.1 46.9 47.2 47.8 46.8 50.0 49.2 47.0 49.0 48.2 46.3 49.4 48.2 49.8 46.4 48.7 51.9 48.6 49.8 47.7 52.2 55.2 54.0 52.7 50.6 51.9 50.6 40.7 41.7 39.2 43.0 42.3 39.7 41.4 41.1 40.8 40.3 41.1 38.7 40.7 40.1 39.1 38.9 42.6 45.7 42.4 44.1 42.2 41.9 40.3 42.1 42.6 44.9 46.8

81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79

GaSo HBU HBU Mer

46.1 45.8 46.0 44.5

3-Point FG/Game 08-09 Bel 07-08 Bel 06-07 Bel 05-06 Cam 04-05 Troy 03-04 Troy 02-03 Troy 01-02 Bel 00-01 Sam 99-00 Sam 98-99 Sam 97-98 JSU 96-97 FIU 95-96 Sam 94-95 Sam 93-94 Cent 92-93 Sam 91-92 Stet 90-91 Cent 89-90 UTSA 88-89 UALR 87-88 Mer 86-87 HBU

10.2 10.5 8.7 9.9 11.3 11.7 9.7 9.4 9.8 9.8 9.3 8.7 9.3 9.0 10.3 8.1 7.9 7.5 7.9 6.9 5.4 5.3 5.4

3-Point FG Pct. 08-09 Bel 07-08 Bel 06-07 Bel 05-06 FAU 04-05 UCF 03-04 Mer 02-03 Mer 01-02 UCF 00-01 Sam 99-00 Troy 98-99 Sam 97-98 Cent 96-97 FIU 95-96 Sam 94-95 Sam 93-94 CoC 92-93 Sam 91-92 GaSo 90-91 Sam 89-90 Stet 88-89 UTSA 87-88 UTSA 86-87 GaSo

36.3 36.5 35.5 39.9 37.3 37.2 37.9 40.7 36.9 40.5 36.6 37.0 37.4 38.5 39.5 39.8 40.5 40.7 39.4 40.4 43.4 42.5 42.3

Free Throw Pct. 08-09 Mer 07-08 JU 06-07 Stet 05-06 GWU 04-05 Stet 03-04 GSU 02-03 Stet 01-02 Bel 00-01 Troy 99-00 Troy 98-99 Troy 97-98 GSU 96-97 Sam 95-96 Stet 94-95 Sam 93-94 SLU 92-93 Sam 91-92 Stet 90-91 Cent 89-90 UTSA 88-89 H-S 87-88 Sam 86-87 Stet 85-86 GSU

71.9 73.5 73.4 76.1 70.9 72.7 74.7 75.5 73.5 74.8 72.0 73.4 71.8 74.7 75.8 71.9 74.1 72.6 72.5 71.7 72.3 78.1 70.7 67.4

84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79

GaSo Sam UALR NSU Sam PAU NLU

71.7 72.7 70.2 78.4 71.1 72.1 73.1

Rebound Avg. 08-09 Lip 07-08 Mer 06-07 Mer 05-06 Cam 04-05 FAU 03-04 FAU 02-03 Mer 01-02 JU 00-01 Stet 99-00 Stet 98-99 Stet 97-98 Troy 96-97 SLU 95-96 SLU 94-95 Mer 93-94 UCF 92-93 SLU 91-92 Cent 90-91 GSU 89-90 UTSA 88-89 UALR 87-88 UTSA 86-87 GSU 85-86 UALR 84-85 UALR 83-84 UALR 82-83 Mer 81-82 NLU 80-81 GaSo 79-80 PAU 78-79 Mer

39.4 41.0 38.2 39.2 39.1 38.0 40.4 39.6 40.3 40.3 38.5 40.8 40.0 43.8 40.7 40.4 42.0 41.6 41.1 41.9 43.3 41.4 45.5 44.6 43.1 37.7 35.6 36.6 37.9 43.4 43.9

Rebound Margin 08-09 Lip 07-08 Lip 06-07 Bel 05-06 Cam 04-05 UCF 03-04 UCF 02-03 Mer 01-02 JU 00-01 Stet 99-00 Stet 98-99 Stet 97-98 UCF 96-97 Sam 95-96 CoC 94-95 CoC 93-94 UCF 92-93 SLU 91-92 GaSo 90-91 Stet 89-90 GaSo 88-89 GaSo 87-88 UALR 86-87 UALR 85-86 UALR 84-85 UALR 83-84 Mer 82-83 Mer 81-82 Mer 80-81 HBU 79-80 HBU 78-79 PAU

+6.6 +2.4 +2.7 +3.4 +5.5 +4.5 +6.7 +5.5 +6.2 +7.8 +8.7 +3.2 +5.2 +4.7 +4.0 +4.1 +5.1 +3.2 +5.4 +6.6 +6.3 +8.8 +7.0 +8.1 +5.2 +3.8 +4.6 +3.1 +4.4 +4.3 +6.2

Assist Avg. 08-09 Bel 07-08 Bel 06-07 Cam 05-06 Cam 04-05 Mer

16.6 17.3 16.4 17.0 17.0

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Troy Bel Bel Sam Sam Sam FIU CoC CoC Cent SLU Cent GaSo GaSo Cent UALR H-SU Mer HBU Mer HBU Mer NSU Cent NLU PAU

17.7 17.0 18.1 16.6 17.1 16.0 16.3 16.0 16.7 17.5 16.1 15.9 19.2 16.0 16.4 17.4 19.5 17.6 16.4 20.5 18.6 16.5 16.1 15.8 15.8 24.9

Blocked Shot Avg. 08-09 Upst 07-08 Mer 06-07 ETSU 05-06 JU 04-05 JU 03-04 JU 02-03 JU 01-02 JU 00-01 JU 99-00 GSU 98-99 GSU 97-98 Cam 96-97 CoC 95-96 Mer 94-95 Mer 93-94 GSU 92-93 Mer 91-92 SLU 90-91 Stet 89-90 Stet 88-89 Stet 87-88 HBU

4.2 5.5 4.7 3.7 5.6 6.0 5.5 5.1 5.4 4.3 4.2 4.3 4.6 4.4 5.6 4.0 4.4 3.8 5.52 5.50 3.90 3.04

Steal Avg. 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86

ETSU KSU ETSU ETSU Troy Troy Stet Stet GSU GSU FAU FIU FIU CoC Cent Cent Cent GaSo Cent Cent Cent Cent UALR UALR Sam

8.4 9.5 9.9 10.3 10.3 11.4 10.9 10.0 10.3 8.8 10.5 11.3 10.3 10.0 8.9 10.2 14.1 10.3 8.86 9.70 7.40 8.00 8.00 9.19 8.48

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

+12.3 +8.9 +11.2 +4.9 +10.8 +8.9 +9.3 +11.1 +8.3 +6.5 +6.4 +9.0 +9.1 +6.0 +5.8 +5.3 +5.3 +12.3

WOMEN’S HISTORY

68.5 68.2 64.5 67.4 65.2 61.8 65.5 60.3 62.7 62.4 62.7 55.4 65.9 62.3 62.7 65.5 65.3 65.8 71.1 72.5 70.2 55.6 67.7 61.4 60.4 57.3 58.0 61.9 64.9 67.1 69.0

CoC CoC CoC Sam GaSo UTSA UTSA UALR GaSo HBU UALR GaSo HBU UALR NSU Mer NLU Mer

WOMEN’S TEAMS

Scoring Defense 08-09 Upst 07-08 Stet 06-07 Bel 05-06 Lip 04-05 UCF 03-04 UCF 02-03 Sam 01-02 Sam 00-01 Sam 99-00 Sam 98-99 Sam 97-98 CoC 96-97 CoC 95-96 CoC 94-95 CoC 93-94 CoC 92-93 FIU 91-92 Sam 90-91 Stet 89-90 Mer 88-89 GaSo 87-88 GaSo 86-87 GaSo 85-86 GaSo 84-85 GaSo 83-84 HBU 82-83 HBU 81-82 HBU 80-81 HBU 79-80 NSU 78-79 NLU

95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79

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MEN’S HISTORY

78.1 79.8 78.5 82.8 80.1 84.6 80.5 77.6 79.4 74.3 76.0 87.3 78.3 85.0 82.8 81.5 84.2 91.5 90.7 95.9 92.0 80.8 81.5 79.3 78.0 75.1 77.3 78.5 75.3 77.9 85.1

MEN’S TEAMS

Scoring Avg. 08-09 ETSU 07-08 Bel 06-07 Cam 05-06 Cam 04-05 Mer 03-04 Troy 02-03 Troy 01-02 UCF 00-01 GSU 99-00 Troy 98-99 Troy 97-98 FIU 96-97 CoC 95-96 SLU 94-95 SLU 93-94 Cent 92-93 Cent 91-92 GaSo 90-91 UTSA 89-90 Cent 88-89 UALR 87-88 H-SU 86-87 GSU 85-86 UALR 84-85 Mer 83-84 Mer 82-83 Cent 81-82 NSU 80-81 Cent 79-80 PAU 78-79 OCU

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Annual Individual Leaders Points 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79

Kevin Tiggs Jonathan Rodriguez Courtney Pigram Tim Smith Mike Bell Adam Mark Nate Williams Thomas Terrell Shernard Long Marc Salyers Ronnie McCollum Mark Jones Herbert Lang Reggie Elliott Chance Solomon Ochiel Swaby Hank Washimgton Mark Brisker Phillip Luckydo Larry Robinson Jeff Sanders Frank Hampton Curtis Kidd Pete Myers Sam Mitchell Willie Jackson Willie Jackson Willie Jackson Donald Wilson George Lett Ernie Hill

ETSU Cam ETSU ETSU FAU Bel GSU GSU GSU Sam Cent UCF Cent Mer Mer UCF SLU Stet GaSt Cent GaSo UTSA UALR UALR Mer Cent Cent Cent NLU Cent OCU

729 626 614 617 516 559 521 635 593 537 544 581 529 656 560 511 580 633 625 689 674 561 576 661 774 663 697 693 485 562 771

Scoring Avg. 08-09 Kevin Tiggs 07-08 Jonathan Rodriguez 06-07 James Florence 05-06 Tim Smith 04-05 Mike Bell 03-04 Adam Mark 02-03 Nate Williams 01-02 Thomas Terrell 00-01 Shernard Long 99-00 Detric Golden 98-99 Damon Arnette 97-98 Mark Jones 96-97 Herbert Lang 95-96 Reggie Elliott 94-95 Kerry Blackshear 93-94 Joey Davenport 92-93 Kenny Brown 91-92 Mark Brisker 90-91 Ronnie Ellison 89-90 Larry Robinson 88-89 Jeff Sanders 87-88 Ben Wilson 86-87 Rembert Martin 85-86 Myron Jackson 84-85 Sam Mitchell 83-84 Willie Jackson 82-81 Willie Jackson 81-82 Willie Jackson 80-81 Steve Barker 79-80 George Lett 78-79 Ernie Hill

ETSU Cam Mer ETSU FAU Bel GSU GSU GSU Troy FAU UCF Cent Mer Stet Sam Mer Stet UTSA Cent GaSo Mer Sam UALR Mer Cent Cent Cent Sam Cent OCU

21.4 20.9 19.2 22.0 19.1 18.6 18.0 20.5 18.0 17.6 21.9 20.8 19.6 22.6 20.4 19.4 22.1 22.6 20.6 22.9 23.2 18.6 19.1 19.4 25.0 23.7 24.0 23.8 17.9 21.2 26.6

Field Goals Made 08-09 Kevin Tiggs 07-08 Thomas Sanders 06-07 Courtney Pigram 05-06 Tim Smith 04-05 Mike Bell 03-04 Adam Mark 02-03 Adam Mark 01-02 Lamayn Wilson 00-01 Shernard Long 99-00 Marc Salyers 98-99 Damon Arnette Ronnie McCollum 97-98 Mark Jones 96-97 Herbert Lang 95-96 Reggie Elliott 94-95 Kerry Blackshear 93-94 Ochiel Swaby 92-93 Hank Wshington 91-92 Shaun Thompson 90-91 Chris Collier 89-90 Larry Robinson 88-89 Jeff Sanders 87-88 Frank Hampton 86-87 Curtis Kidd 85-86 Myron Jackson 84-85 Craig Beard 83-84 Craig Beard 82-83 Willie Jackson 81-82 Willie Jackson

ETSU GWU ETSU ETSU FAU Bel Bel Troy GSU Sam FAU Cent UCF Cent Mer Stet UCF SLU Mer GSU Cent GaSo UTSA UALR UALR Sam Sam Cent Cent

248 211 218 238 204 233 199 215 209 204 176 176 220 202 226 204 180 203 238 210 280 279 234 239 281 309 309 271 273

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80-81 Tony Gattis 79-80 George Lett 78-79 Calvin Natt

Mer Cent NLU

199 249 283

Field Goal Percentage 08-09 Ayron Hardy 07-08 Adnan Hodzic 06-07 Eryk Thomas 05-06 Dillion Sneed 04-05 Cameron Robinson 03-04 Adam Mark 02-03 Adam Mark 01-02 Adam Mark 00-01 Santos Hampton 99-00 Mike McDaniel 98-99 Quincy Gause 97-98 Darius Cook 96-97 Rusty Brand 95-96 Lincoln Abrams 94-95 Lincoln Abrams 93-94 Thaddeous Delaney 92-93 Chuck Stuart 91-92 Dwight Stewart 90-91 Chris Collier 89-90 Tommy French 88-89 Rich Sutherland 87-88 Johnnie Bell 86-87 Frank Hampton 85-86 Albert Thomas 84-85 Anicet Lavodrama 83-84 Albert Thomas 82-83 Calvin Madlock 81-82 Roy Jones 80-81 Benton Wade 79-80 Cherokee Rhone 78-79 Rex Spain

JU Lip ETSU ETSU Lip Bel Bel Bel Stet JSU GSU FIU JSU Cent Cent CoC FIU FIU GSU H-SU Sam UALR UTSA Cent HBU Cent NSU HBU Mer Cent PAU

60.6 58.8 62.6 63.9 60.7 66.2 67.0 70.8 57.1 56.7 65.2 55.7 62.3 65.4 60.1 59.7 59.0 59.5 52.8 62.7 57.7 55.9 58.5 63.2 61.8 60.8 58.2 63.1 59.5 66.6 63.9

3-Pt. Field Goals/Game 08-09 Andy Wicke 07-08 Grayson Flittner 06-07 Ronell Wooten 05-06 Eric Smith 04-05 Gary Johnson 03-04 Steve Drabyn 02-03 Ernest Crumbley Steve Drabyn 01-02 Wes Burtner 00-01 Adam Fellers 99-00 Adam Fellers 98-99 Robert Rushing 97-98 Ronnie McCollum 96-97 Dedric Taylor 95-96 Troy Green 94-95 Jonathan Pixley 93-94 Aljay Foreman 92-93 Shannon Washington 91-92 David Herman 90-91 Patrick Greer 89-90 Darryl Eaton 88-89 Reggie Titus 87-88 Eric Adams 86-87 Arthur Walton

Bel GWU KSU Cam UCF Bel FAU Bel Bel Cam Cam Troy Cent FIU SLU Sam Cent Cent Sam Cent UTSA Mer H-SU HBU

2.82 3.34 2.60 3.82 3.12 3.10 3.14 3.14 3.57 3.07 5.96 3.00 3.36 3.14 3.63 3.11 3.18 3.00 3.04 3.24 2.88 3.11 3.04 3.24

3-Pt. Field Goal Percentage 08-09 Michael Lusk 07-08 Kelvin McConnell 06-07 Andy Wicke 05-06 Quinton Young 04-05 Marcus Brown 03-04 James Odoms 02-03 Aleem Muhammad 01-02 Ray Abellard 00-01 Cornell Felton 99-00 Jason Thornton 98-99 Chris Weaver 97-98 Shellord Pinkett 96-97 Marcus Carreno 95-96 Scott Neely 94-95 Joey Davenport 93-94 Ehren Wallhoff 92-93 Jonathan Pixley 91-92 Wendell Charles 90-91 David Mitchell 89-90 Darryl Eaton 88-89 Reggie Titus 87-88 Eric Adams 86-87 Michael Stokes

Lip KSU Bel FAU GSU Mer Mer UCF Sam UCF Sam GSU FIU Cam Sam Stet Sam GaSo Sam UTSA Mer H-SU GaSo

45.1 41.6 44.0 46.9 46.7 48.8 47.2 46.2 47.2 49.5 47.6 44.4 50.0 42.5 45.8 45.8 47.2 46.2 52.6 45.6 45.1 49.4 46.2

Free Throws Made 08-09 Kevin Tiggs 07-08 Jonathan Rodriguez 06-07 James Florence 05-06 E.J. Gordon 04-05 E.J. Gordon 03-04 Rob Lewin 02-03 Adam Mark

ETSU Cam Mer Stet Stet Troy Bel

196 208 158 140 117 117 199

01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79

Thomas Terrell Robert Rushing Detric Golden Eugene Christopher Mark Jones Philip Huyler Joey Davenport Joey Davenport Joey Davenport Donell Grier Phillip Luckydo John Buckwater Scott Bailey Scott Bailey Ben Wilson Fred Goporo Pete Myers Sam Mitchell Willie Jackson Willie Jackson Cherokee Rhone Greg Wise Cherokee Rhone Ernie Hill

GSU Troy Troy Troy UCF FAU Sam Sam Sam Stet GaSt Cent Mer Mer Mer HBU UALR Mer Cent Cent Cent HBU Cent OCU

113 112 118 136 111 141 160 151 145 150 158 159 161 165 123 136 195 186 143 155 152 115 174 197

Free Throw Percentage 08-09 Reed Baker 07-08 Justin Hare 06-07 Eddie Ard 05-06 Alain LaRoche 04-05 Brian Bender 03-04 Steve Drabyn 02-03 Steve Drabyn 01-02 Steve Drabyn 00-01 Adam Fellers 99-00 Eugene Christopher 98-99 Ronnie McCollum 97-98 Garrett Davis 96-97 Garrett Davis 95-96 Jason Alexander 94-95 Joey Davenport 93-94 Harvey Baker 92-93 Jonathan Pixley 91-92 Bubba Sheafe 90-91 Patrick Greer 89-90 Matt O’Brien 88-89 James Andrews 87-88 James Andrews 86-87 Eric Adams 85-86 Rembert Martin 84-85 Matt England 83-84 Rob Drum 82-83 Sam Mitchell 81-82 Wayne Waggoner 80-81 Steve Barker 79-80 Billy Bailey 78-79 Wayne Waggoner

FGCU Bel Lip UNF GWU Bel Bel Bel Cam Troy Cent Stet Stet Stet Sam SLU Sam Sam Cent GSU GSU GSU H-SU Sam HBU Sam Mer Cent Sam PAU Cent

84.4 91.8 83.6 86.8 81.5 91.4 95.1 91.8 84.4 82.9 87.4 88.8 86.5 87.9 86.8 81.1 85.5 80.3 85.4 87.6 82.6 85.9 88.8 78.5 78.8 80.9 78.4 86.5 85.0 87.0 91.8

Rebounds 08-09 Daniel Emerson 07-08 Thomas Sanders 06-07 Jonathan Rodriguez 05-06 Maurice Latham 04-05 Mike Bell 03-04 Mike Bell 02-03 Adam Sonn 01-02 Raheim Brown 00-01 Sebastian Singletary Santos Hampton 99-00 Sebastian Singletary 98-99 Sebastian Singletary 97-98 Mark Adamson 96-97 Thaddeous Delaney 95-96 Scott Farley 94-95 Thaddeous Delaney 93-94 Nate Taylor 92-93 Nate Taylor 91-92 Pete Meriweather 90-91 Chris Collier 89-90 Bruce Wheatley 88-89 Johnnie Bell 87-88 Clarence McGee 86-87 Randy Anderson 85-86 Michael Clarke 84-85 Michael Clarke 83-84 Donald Newman 82-83 Willie Jackson 81-82 Jake Bethany 80-81 Benton Wade 79-80 Kenneth Green 78-79 George Lett

Mer GWU Cam Cam FAU FAU Bel FAU Stet Stet Stet Stet Mer CoC Mer CoC Cent Cent SLU GSU UTSA UALR UTSA Stet UALR UALR UALR Cent H-SU Mer PAU Cent

343 346 272 250 252 262 352 263 268 268 260 226 238 303 349 281 256 262 308 328 287 296 272 311 309 304 348 264 298 261 337 359

Rebound Avg. 08-09 Daniel Emerson 07-08 Thomas Sanders 06-07 Jonathan Rodriguez

Mer GWU Cam

10.7 10.8 8.8

05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79

Alain LaRoche Mike Bell Mike Bell Adam Sonn Paul Reed Sebastian Singletary Santos Hampton Brant Harriman Quincy Gause Mark Adamson Thaddeous Delaney Scott Farley Thaddeous Delaney Nate Taylor Nate Taylor Pete Meriweather Chris Collier Chris Collier Rodney Turner Vince Langston Bruno Kongawoin Michael Clarke Michael Clarke Donald Newman Willie Jackson Jake Bethany Benton Wade Kenneth Green Rex Spain

UNF FAU FAU Bel UCF Stet Stet JSU GSU Mer CoC Mer CoC Cent Cent SLU GSU GSU GSU H-SU HBU UALR UALR UALR Cent H-SU Mer PAU PAU

9.2 9.3 9.7 12.1 8.9 9.2 9.2 9.3 8.8 9.5 9.5 12.0 10.4 9.1 9.7 11.0 10.6 9.9 9.9 9.6 10.2 10.0 10.5 12.9 9.1 11.5 9.0 12.0 12.5

Assist Avg. 08-09 Alex Renfroe 07-08 Rob Quaintance 06-07 Golden Ingle 05-06 Golden Ingle 04-05 Damitrius Coleman 03-04 Greg Davis 02-03 Clarence Baker 01-02 Brooks Lee 00-01 Ravii Givens 99-00 Detric Golden 98-99 Kevin Morris 97-98 Rodney Hamilton 96-97 Anthony Johnson 95-96 Dan Pogue 94-95 Anthony Stephens 93-94 John Picou 92-93 Demetrius Price 91-92 Charlton Young 90-91 Patrick Greer 89-90 Frank Ireland 88-89 Mike Harding 87-88 Sedrick Evans 86-87 Fred Goporo 85-86 Fred Goporo 84-85 Elston Harris 83-84 Darryl Jones 82-83 Vaughn Williams 81-82 Napoleon Byrdsong 80-81 Napoleon Byrdsong 79-80 Mike Carroll 78-79 Calvin Montgomery

Bel FGCU KSU KSU Mer Troy Mer Cam Stet Troy GSU GSU CoC Cam Cent SLU SLU GaSo Cent Stet GaSo H-SU HBU HBU Mer HBU UALR Cent Cent PAU OCU

5.1 5.6 5.8 6.1 8.0 8.3 5.4 5.2 5.9 5.9 5.9 6.1 7.2 8.0 6.3 5.1 4.6 5.3 4.9 5.7 6.9 7.1 7.6 7.2 6.3 4.9 6.3 5.9 5.6 8.4 5.1

Blocked Shot Avg. 08-09 Nick Schneiders 07-08 Calvin Henry 06-07 Brad Nuckles 05-06 Simon Conn 04-05 Sylvester Morgan 03-04 Haminn Quaintance 02-03 Ryan Lewis 01-02 Ryan Lewis 00-01 Kris Hunter 99-00 Jamie Simmons 98-99 Marvin Augustin 97-98 Torquin Gresham 96-97 Thaddeous Delaney 95-96 Scott Farley 94-95 Scott Farley 93-94 Zavian Smith 92-93 Dwight Stewart 91-92 Zavian Smith 90-91 Lorenzo Williams 89-90 Lorenzo Williams 88-89 Stanley Wormely 87-88 Alvaro Teheran 86-87 Stanley Wormley 85-86 Keith Jordan 84-85 Luis Phelps 83-84 Anicet Lavodrama

Upst Mer ETSU GWU GSU JU JU JU JU Cam JU GSU CoC Mer Mer GSU FIU GSU Stet Stet Sam HBU Sam HBU H-SU HBU

2.6 1.9 1.6 2.4 2.8 3.0 2.4 2.0 4.1 1.8 1.4 1.5 2.0 2.5 2.0 2.1 1.2 2.1 3.6 3.8 2.5 1.6 1.9 1.4 1.4 1.9

Steal Avg. 08-09 James Florence 07-08 Jeremy Byrd 06-07 Ledell Eackles 05-06 Tim Smith

Mer Upst Cam ETSU

2.3 2.8 3.0 3.4

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Double Doubles (Since 1996-97) 08-09 Daniel Emerson Mer 07-08 Thomas Sanders GWU 06-07 Shuan Stegall KSU 05-06 Maurice Latham Cam 04-05 Mike Bell FAU 03-04 Mike Bell FAU 02-03 Adam Sonn Bel 01-02 Adam Sonn Bel 00-01 Sebastian Singletary Stet 99-00 Scott Emerson Mer 98-99 Quincy Gause GaSt 97-98 Mark Adamson Mer Jeff Warbritton Stet 96-97 Thaddeous Delaney CoC

15 20 13 12 14 11 17 11 10 12 12 11 11 15

Field Goal Pct. (60.0) (min. 5 fgm/g) 1. Adam Mark Bel 01-02 70.8 2. Adam Mark Bel 02-03 67.0 3. Cherokee Rhone Cent 79-80 66.6 4. Adam Mark Bel 03-04 66.2 5. Lincoln Abrams Cent 95-96 65.4 6. Quincy Gause GSU 98-99 65.2 7. Rex Spain PAU 78-79 63.9 8. Albert Thomas Cent 85-86 63.2 9. Roy Jones HBU 81-82 63.1 10. Tommy French H-SU 89-90 62.7 11. Mike Curry GaSo 89-90 62.1 12. Anicet Lavodrama HBU 84-85 61.8 13. Albert Thomas Cent 84-85 61.4 14. Albert Thomas Cent 83-84 60.8 15. Eugene Robinson NLU 78-79 60.8 16. Omar Barlett JSU 02-03 60.8 17. Cameron Robinson Lip 04-05 60.7 18. Lincoln Abrams Cent 94-95 60.1 3-point Field Goals Made (Top 25) 1. Grayson Flittner GWU 07-08 107 Eric Smith Cam 05-06 107 3. Gary Johnson UCF 04-05 103 4. Ronnie McCollum Cent 97-98 101 5. Wes Burtner Bel 01-02 100 6. Troy Green SLU 95-96 98 7. Ryan Hercek FAU 99-00 97 8. Adam Fellers Cam 99-00 96 9. Thomas Terrell GSU 01-02 94 Jason Thornton UCF 99-00 94 Harry Kennedy UCF 95-96 94 Patrick Greer Cent 90-91 94 Arthur Walton HBU 86-87 94 14. Andy Wicke Bel 08-09 93 Steve Drabyn Bel 03-04 93 16. Bobby Dixon Troy 04-05 91 Steve Drabyn Bel 02-03 91 Ben Fletcher Troy 02-03 91 Shellord Pinkett GSU 97-98 91 20. Kendrick Johnson Troy 03-04 90 21. Jese Snyder Bel 04-05 89 Dedric Taylor FIU 95-96 89 Aljay Foreman Cent 93-94 89 24. Ray Abellard UCF 02-03 88 Ernest Crumbley FAU 02-03 88 Dedric Taylor FIU 96-97 88 3-point FG/Game (Top 25) 1. Eric Smith Cam 05-06 3.82 2. Troy Green SLU 95-96 3.63 3. Wes Burtner Bel 01-02 3.57 4. Adam Fellers Cam 99-00 3.43 5. Ronnie McCollum Cent 97-98 3.37 6. Grayson Flittner GWU 07-08 3.34 Ryan Hercek FAU 99-00 3.34 8. Shellord Pinkett GSU 97-98 3.25 9. Patrick Greer Cent 90-91 3.24 Arthur Walton HBU 86-87 3.24 11. Dedric Taylor FIU 95-96 3.20 12. Aljay Foreman Cent 93-94 3.17 13. Ernest Crumbley FAU 02-03 3.14 Steve Drabyn Bel 02-03 3.14 Dedric Taylor FIU 96-97 3.14 16. Harry Kennedy UCF 95-96 3.13 17. Gary Johnson UCF 04-05 3.12 Harry Kennedy UCF 96-97 3.12 19. Jonathan Pixley Sam 94-95 3.11 Reggie Titus Mer 88-89 3.11 21. Steve Drabyn Bel 03-04 3.10 22. Jese Snyder Bel 04-05 3.07 Adam Fellers Cam 00-01 3.07 24. Joey Davenport Sam 94-95 3.04 Aljay Foreman Cent 94-95 3.04 David Herman Sam 91-92 3.04

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3-point Pct. (45.0) (1.5 fgm/g) 1. David Mitchell Sam 90-91 52.6 2. Marcus Carreno FIU 96-97 50.0 3. Jason Thornton UCF 99-00 49.5 4. Eric Adams H-SU 87-88 49.4 5. James Odoms Mer 03-04 48.8 6. Jonathon Pixley Sam 92-93 47.2 Aleem Muhammad Mer 02-03 47.2 8. Quinton Young FAU 05-06 46.9 9. Marcus Brown GSU 04-05 46.7 Reggie Titus Mer 87-88 46.7 11. Ray Abellard UCF 01-02 46.2 Wendell Charles GaSo 91-92 46.2 Michael Stokes GaSo 86-87 46.2 14. Eric Cooper UTSA 87-88 45.8 Joey Davenport Sam 94-95 45.8 Ehren Wallhoff Stet 93-94 45.8 17. Josh Goodwin Bel 05-06 45.6 Matt Holman Troy 99-00 45.6 Darryl Eaton UTSA 89-90 45.6 Eric Adams H-SU 86-87 45.6 21. Tyson Dorsey Sam 02-03 45.5 Jason Thornton UCF 01-02 45.5 Maurice Cowan Stet 89-90 45.5 24. Garrett Davis Stet 98-99 45.3 Shannon Washington Cent 92-93 45.3 Free Throws Made (Top 20) 1. Jonathan Rodriguez Cam 07-08 2. Ernie Hill OCU 78-79 3. Kevin Tiggs ETSU 08-09 Nate Williams GSU 02-03 5. Pete Myers UALR 85-86 6. Garfield Blair Stet 07-08 7. Sam Mitchell Mer 84-85 8. Omar Barlett JSU 02-03 9. Cherokee Rhone Cent 79-80 10. Ed Dotson UCF 02-03 11. Matt England HBU 84-85 12. Tommy French H-SU 89-90 Scott Bailey Mer 88-89 14. Scott Emerson Mer 02-03 15. Greg Wise HBU 79-80 16. Ben Smith JU 07-08 Scott Bailey Mer 89-90 18. John Buckwalter Cent 90-91 19. James Florence Mer 06-07 Jonte’ Edwards Cam 02-03 Calvin Warner JU 02-03 Phillip Luckydo GSU 91-92

208 197 196 196 195 190 186 178 174 171 167 165 165 164 162 161 161 159 158 158 158 158

Free Throw Pct. (Top 25) (min. 2.5 ftm/g) 1. Justin Hare Bel 07-08 91.8 2. Steve Drabyn Bel 03-04 91.4 3. Garrett Davis Stet 97-98 88.8 3. Eric Adams H-SU 86-87 88.8 5. Jason Alexander Stet 95-96 87.9 6. Matt O’Brien GSU 89-90 87.6 7. Ronnie McCollum Cent 98-99 87.4 8. Rodney Hamilton GSU 97-98 87.3 9. Billy Bailey PAU 79-80 87.0 10. Alain LaRoche UNF 05-06 86.8 Garrett Davis Stet 98-99 86.8 Jonathan Pixley Sam 95-96 86.8 Joey Davenport Sam 94-95 86.8 14. Garrett Davis Stet 96-97 86.5 Wayne Waggoner NSU 81-82 86.5 16. Nate Williams GSU 03-04 86.3 17. James Andrews GSU 87-88 85.9 18. Earnest Reliford NSU 81-82 85.6 19. Jonathan Pixley Sam 92-93 85.5 20. Rodney Hamilton GSU 96-97 85.4 21. Patrick Greer Cent 90-91 85.4 Steve Barker Sam 81-82 85.4 23. John Thomas Sam 90-91 85.3 24. Steve Barker Sam 79-80 85.2 25. Steve Barker Sam 80-81 85.0

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

309 294 283 281 280

279 276 273 271 271 260 256

WOMEN’S HISTORY

Field Goals Made (250) 1. Craig Beard Sam 84-85 2. Sam Mitchell Mer 84-85 3. Calvin Natt NLU 78-79 4. Myron Jackson UALR 85-86 5. Larry Robinson Cent 89-90

GaSo 88-89 Sam 83-84 Cent 81-82 Cent 82-83 Cent 78-79 Cent 83-84 Mer 84-85

WOMEN’S TEAMS

Scoring Average (Top 25) 1. Ernie Hill OCU 78-79 26.6 2. Sam Mitchell Mer 84-85 25.0 3. Calvin Natt NLU 78-79 24.4 4. Willie Jackson Cent 82-83 24.0 5. Willie Jackson Cent 81-82 23.8 6. Willie Jackson Cent 83-84 23.7 7. Craig Beard Sam 84-85 23.4 8. Jeff Sanders GaSo 88-89 23.2 9. George Lett Cent 78-79 23.1 10. Larry Robinson Cent 89-90 22.9 11. Reggie Elliott Mer 95-96 22.6 11. Mark Brisker Stet 91-92 22.6 13. Steve Barker Sam 81-82 22.5 14. Allen Leavell OCU 78-79 22.2 15. Kenny Brown Mer 92-93 22.1 16. Tim Smith ETSU 05-06 22.0 17. Damon Arnette FAU 98-99 21.9 Sam Bowie SLU 95-96 21.9 19. Dwight Stewart FIU 92-93 21.5 Sam Mitchell Mer 83-84 21.5 Craig Beard Sam 83-84 21.5 22. Kevin Tiggs ETSU 08-09 21.4 Tommy French H-SU 89-90 21.4 Dan Salisbery PAU 78-79 21.4 24. George Lett Cent 79-80 21.2

6. Jeff Sanders 7. Craig Beard 8. Willie Jackson 9. Willie Jackson 9. George Lett 11. Willie Jackson 12. Earl Walker

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

Belmont’s Adam Mark led the conference in field goal percentage in three consecutive seasons.

Points (Top 50) 1. Sam Mitchell Mer 84-85 774 2. Ernie Hill OCU 78-79 771 3. Kevin Tiggs ETSU 08-09 729 4. Calvin Natt NLU 78-79 707 5. Craig Beard Sam 84-85 703 6. Willie Jackson Cent 82-83 697 7. Willie Jackson Cent 81-82 693 8. Larry Robinson Cent 89-90 689 9. Jeff Sanders GaSo 88-89 674 10. George Lett Cent 78-79 670 11. James Florence Mer 08-09 667 12. Willie Jackson Cent 83-84 663 13. Myron Jackson UALR 85-86 661 14. Reggie Elliott Mer 95-96 656 15. Pete Myers UALR 85-86 653 16. Craig Beard Sam 83-84 645 17. Thomas Terrell GSU 01-02 635 18. Mark Brisker Stet 91-92 633 19. Phillip Luckydo GSU 91-92 629 20. Jonathan Rodriguez Cam 07-08 626 21. Phillip Luckydo GSU 90-91 625 22. Tim Smith ETSU 05-06 617 23. Courtney Pigram ETSU 06-07 614 24. Mark Brisker Stet 90-91 603 25. Courtney Pigram ETSU 08-09 598 Tommy French H-SU 89-90 598 27. Earl Walker Mer 84-85 597 28. Ronnie Ellison UTSA 90-91 597 29. Patrick Greer Cent 90-91 596 Maurice Cowan Stet 89-90 596 31. George Lett Cent 79-80 594 32. Shernard Long GSU 00-01 593 33. Sam Bowie SLU 95-96 590 34. Steve Barker Sam 81-82 584 35. Mark Jones UCF 97-98 581 36. Dwight Stewart FIU 92-93 580 37 Thomas Sanders GWU 07-08 579 38. Curtis Kidd UALR 86-87 576 39. Kenny Brown Mer 92-93 575 40. Dexter Lyons UCF 03-04 567 41. Craig Beard Sam 82-83 566 42. Chris Collier GSU 90-91 565 43. Lamayn Wilson Troy 01-02 564 44. Kenny Natt NLU 79-80 562 45. Frank Hampton UTSA 87-88 561 46. Chance Solomon Mer 94-95 560 Jeff Sanders GaSo 87-88 560 Cherokee Rhone Cent 79-80 560 49. Adam Mark Bel 03-04 559 Sam Mitchell Mer 83-84 559

MEN’S HISTORY

2.9 2.4 4.0 2.7 2.6 2.9 3.2 2.3 3.1 2.3 2.3 2.0 1.9 2.3 3.3 3.5 2.1 2.5 2.3 2.3

MEN’S TEAMS

Mer Stet Stet Stet Troy GSU FAU CoC FAU FAU Mer SLU SLU GaSo UTSA Cent Cent UALR HBU Mer

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86

INSIDE THE ASUN

Single Season Individual Leaders

Annual Individual Leaders (cont.)

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Single Season Individual Leaders (cont.) Rebounds (Top 30) 1. George Lett Cent 78-79 2. Scott Farley Mer 95-96 3. Donald Newman UALR 83-84 4. Thomas Sanders GWU 07-08 5. Daniel Emerson Mer 08-09 6. Kenneth Green PAU 79-80 7. Thaddeous Delaney CoC 95-96 8. Chris Collier GSU 90-91 9. Rex Spain PAU 78-79 10. George Lett Cent 79-80 Calvin Natt NLU 78-79 12. Lorenzo Williams Stet 90-91 13. Randy Anderson Stet 86-87 14. Curtis Kidd UALR 86-87 Michael Clarke UALR 85-86 Marion Bellamy OCU 78-79 17. Pete Meriweather SLU 91-92 18. Jonathan Rodriguez Cam 07-08 Michael Clarke UALR 84-85 20. Thad Delaney CoC 96-97 21. Eugene Robinson NLU 78-79 22. Jake Bethany H-SU 81-82 23. Bruno Kongawoin HBU 86-87 24. Johnnie Bell UALR 88-89 Tim Jones HBU 78-79 26. Albert Thomas Cent 85-86 27. Cherokee Rhone Cent 79-80 28. Bruce Wheatley UTSA 89-90 29. Paris McCurdy UALR 86-87 Willie Jackson Cent 81-82

359 349 348 346 343 337 330 328 325 315 315 312 311 309 309 309 308 304 304 303 302 298 297 296 296 289 288 287 283 283

Rebounding Avg. (10.0) 1. Donald Newman UALR 83-84 12.9 2. Rex Spain PAU 78-79 12.5 3. George Lett Cent 78-79 12.4 4. Adam Sonn Bel 02-03 12.1 5. Scott Farley Mer 95-96 12.0 Kenneth Green PAU 79-80 12.0 7. Jake Bethany H-SU 81-82 11.5 8. Thaddeous Delaney CoC 95-96 11.4 9. George Lett Cent 79-80 11.3 10. Pete Meriweather SLU 91-92 11.0 Tim Jones HBU 78-79 11.0 12. Calvin Jones NLU 78-79 10.9 13. Thomas Sanders GWU 07-08 10.8 14. Daniel Emerson Mer 08-09 10.7 Marion Bellamy OCU 78-79 10.7 15. Chris Collier GSU 90-91 10.6 16. Michael Clarke UALR 84-85 10.5 17. Terrence Brandon GSU 95-96 10.4 Thaddeous Delaney CoC 94-95 10.4 Eugene Robinson NLU 78-79 10.4 20. Cherokee Rhone Cent 79-80 10.3 21. Jason Winningham SLU 95-96 10.2 Bruno Kongawoin HBU 86-87 10.2 23. Jonathan Rodriguez Cam 07-08 10.1 Lorenzo Williams Stet 90-91 10.1 25. Randy Anderson Stet 86-87 10.0 Michael Clarke UALR 85-86 10.0 Assists (Top 25) 1. Greg Davis Troy 03-04 2. Mike Carroll PAU 79-80 3. Anthony Johnson CoC 96-97 4. Damitrius Coleman Mer 04-05 5. Fred Goporo HBU 86-87 6. Juric Brown UALR 86-87 7. Sedrick Evans H-SU 87-88 8. Mike Harding GaSo 88-89 9. Elston Harris Mer 84-85 10. Everett Callaway Mer 86-87 11. Anthony Johnson CoC 95-96 12. Fred Goporo HBU 85-86 13. Vaughn Williams UALR 82-83 14. Dan Pogue Cam 95-96 15. Golden Ingle KSU 06-07 Juric Brown UALR 87-88 17. Terry Johnson Stet 86-87 18. Rob Quaintance FGCU 07-08 Dewey Haley GSU 85-86 20. Ravii Givens Stet 00-01

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256 236 229 224 219 217 213 201 197 196 193 186 184 183 180 180 179 174 174 173

21. Rodney Hamilton GSU 97-98 Anthony Stephens Cent 94-95 Frank Ireland Stet 89-90 24. T.J. McCullough GWU 05-06 25. Alex Renfroe Bel 08-09

171 171 171 170 169

Assist Avg. (Top 25) 1. Mike Carroll PAU 79-80 2. Greg Davis Troy 03-04 3. Damitrius Coleman Mer 04-05 Dan Pogue Cam 95-96 5. Fred Goporo HBU 86-87 6. Everett Callaway Mer 86-87 7. Anthony Johnson CoC 96-97 Fred Goporo HBU 85-86 9. Sedrick Evans H-SU 87-88 10. Mike Harding GaSo 88-89 11. Anthony Johnson CoC 95-96 12. Elston Harris Mer 84-85 13. Anthony Stephens Cent 94-95 Vaughn Williams UALR 82-83 15. Dewey Haley GSU 85-86 16. Golden Ingle KSU 05-06 T.J. McCullough GWU 05-06 Rodney Hamilton GSU 97-98 Dan Pogue Cam 94-95 20. Aubrey Conerly JU 05-06 Sedrick Evans H-SU 88-89 22. Ravii Givens Stet 00-01 Detric Golden Troy 99-00 Kevin Morris GSU 98-99 Juric Brown UALR 86-87 Paul Springer UALR 85-86 Napoleon Byrdsong Cent 81-82

8.4 8.3 8.0 8.0 7.6 7.3 7.2 7.2 7.1 6.9 6.7 6.4 6.3 6.3 6.2 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.0 6.0 5.9 5.9 5.9 5.9 5.9 5.9

Blocked Shots (Top 25) 1. Lorenzo Williams Stet 89-90 2. Kris Hunter JU 00-01 3. Lorenzo Williams Stet 90-91 4. Stanley Wormely Sam 89-90 5. Haminn Quaintance JU 03-04 6. Slyvester Morgan GSU 04-05 7. Nick Schneiders Upst 08-09 8. Scott Farley Mer 95-96 9. Simon Conn GWU 05-06 10. Stanley Wormely Sam 88-89 11. Haminn Quaintance JU 04-05 Ryan Lewis JU 02-03 13. Thad Delaney CoC 96-97 14. Zavian Smith GSU 91-92 15. Raheim Brown FAU 01-02 Scott Farley Mer 94-95 17. Calvin Henry Mer 08-09 Calvin Henry Mer 07-08 19. Andrew Preston Bel 04-05 20. Boomer Herndon Bel 05-06 21. Brad Nuckles ETSU 06-07 Ryan Lewis JU 01-02 Anicet Lavodrama HBU 84-85 24. Marvin Pierre SLU 91-92 25. Mario Brown JU 04-05 Anthony Williams UCF 04-05 Derrall Dumas Stet 88-89

121 114 113 91 84 81 79 72 70 68 66 66 63 62 59 59 58 58 57 56 55 55 55 54 53 53 53

Blocked Shot Avg. (Top 25) 1. Kris Hunter JU 00-01 2. Lorenzo Williams Stet 89-90 3. Lorenzo Williams Stet 90-91 4. Stanley Wormely Sam 89-90 5. Haminn Quaintance JU 03-04 6. Sylvester Morgan GSU 04-05 7. Nick Schneiders Upst 08-09 8. Scott Farley Mer 95-96 Stanley Wormely Sam 88-89 10. Simon Conn GWU 05-06 Haminn Quaintance JU 04-05 Ryan Lewis JU 02-03 13. Rob Lewin Troy 02-03 14. Mike Bell FAU 03-04 Zavian Smith GSU 93-94 Zavian Smith GSU 91-92 17. Ryan Lewis JU 01-02

4.1 3.8 3.6 3.3 3.0 2.8 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.2 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.0

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Thaddeous Delaney CoC Scott Farley Mer Derrall Dumas Stet Calvin Henry Mer Andrew Preston Bel Raheim Brown FAU Marvin Pierre SLU Stanley Wormely Sam Anicet Lavodrama HBU

96-97 94-95 88-89 07-08 04-05 01-02 91-92 86-87 84-85

2.0 2.0 2.0 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9

Steals (Top 25) 1. Larry Robinson Cent 89-90 104 2. Ronnie Ellison UTSA 90-91 97 3. Tim Smith ETSU 05-06 95 4. Ledell Eackles Cam 06-07 94 5. Courtney Pigram ETSU 06-07 89 6. Alexis McMillian Stet 02-03 87 7. Philip Huyler FAU 96-97 85 8. Shernard Long GSU 00-01 84 Kevin Morris GSU 00-01 84 10. Robert Rushing Troy 00-01 81 11. Damitrius Coleman Mer 04-05 80 12. Hank Washington SLU 92-93 79 13. Rob Quaintance FGCU 07-08 78 Tim Jennings GWU 04-05 78 15. Juric Brown UALR 87-88 77 16. Jeremy Byrd UPST 07-08 76 Damon Arnette FAU 98-99 76 18. Greg Davis Troy 03-04 75 Jay Heard JSU 01-02 75 20. Herbert Lang Cent 96-97 73 Preston Ivory UTSA 90-91 73 22. James Florence Mer 08-09 72 Kevin Tiggs ETSU 08-09 72 Wendell Charles GaSo 91-92 72 25. Bobby Dixon Troy 04-05 71 Gary Johnson UCF 04-05 71 Cedric Powell FAU 98-99 71 Steal Avg. (Top 25) 1. Alexis McMillian Stet 02-03 2. Larry Robinson Cent 89-90 3. Tim Smith ETSU 05-06 4. Ronnie Ellison UTSA 90-91 5. Damon Arnette FAU 98-99 6. Philip Huyler FAU 96-97 7. Ledell Eackles Cam 06-07 8. Damitrius Coleman Mer 04-05 Shernard Long GSU 99-00 10. Jeremy Byrd UPST 07-08 Cedric Powell FAU 98-99 12. Alexis McMillian Stet 01-02 Herbert Lang Cent 96-97 14. Courtney Pigram ETSU 06-07 Tim Jennings GWU 04-05 Jay Heard JSU 01-02 Robert Rushing Troy 00-01 18. Rob Quaintance FGCU 07-08 Shernard Long GSU 00-01 Preston Ivory UTSA 90-91 Juric Brown UALR 87-88 22. Bobby Dixon Troy 04-05 E.J. Gordon Stet 03-04 Greg Davis Troy 03-04 Kevin Morris GSU 00-01

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Adam Sonn Bel 01-02 Jeff Warbritton Stet 97-98 Jonathan Rodriguez Cam 08-09 Mike Smith ETSU 08-09 James Grimball UNF 06-07 Simon Conn GWU 05-06 Greg Davis Troy 03-04 Raheim Brown FAU 01-02 Justin Howard Mer 01-02 Paul Reed UCF 01-02 Sebastian Singletary Stet 00-01

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Thad Delaney grabbed an A-Sun record 1,119 rebounds in his four-year career

4.0 3.5 3.4 3.3 3.2 3.1 3.0 2.9 2.9 2.8 2.8 2.7 2.7 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4

Double Doubles (Top 25 Since 1996-97) 1. Thomas Sanders GWU 07-08 20 2. Jonathan Rodriguez Cam 07-08 17 Adam Sonn Bel 02-03 17 4. Daniel Emerson Mer 08-09 15 Thaddeous Delaney CoC 96-97 15 6. Mike Bell FAU 04-05 14 Scott Emerson Mer 02-03 14 8. Shuan Stegall KSU 06-07 13 9. Bobby Davis Upst 08-09 12 Scott Emerson Mer 99-00 12 Quincy Gause GSU 98-99 12 Maurice Latham Cam 05-06 12 Brad Nuckles ETSU 06-07 12 Jonathan Rodriguez Cam 06-07 12 15. Mark Adamson Mer 97-98 11 Mike Bell FAU 03-04 11 Sebastian Singletary Stet 99-00 11

Sam Mitchell hold the Atlantic Sun record for points scored in a single season with 774 in the 1984-85 season.

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Field Goals Made (Top 25) 1. Willie Jackson Cent 80-84 2. Craig Beard Sam 82-85 3. Sam Mitchell Mer 81-85 4. Jeff Sanders GaSo 86-89 5. Steve Barker Sam 78-82 6. Courtney Pigram ETSU 05-09 7. Kerry Blackshear Stet 92-96 8. Tony Gattis Mer 79-83 9. Scott Emerson Mer 99-04 10. Albert Thomas Cent 82-86 11. Thad Delaney CoC 93-97 12. E.J. Gordon Stet 03-06 13. Wayne Waggoner 2Tms 78-82 14. James Scott UALR 87-91 15. Patrick Greer Cent 87-91 16. Justin Hare Bel 04-08 17. Donald Wilson NLU 78-82 18. Adam Mark Bel 01-04 19. Terrence Brandon GSU 92-96 20. Nate Taylor Cent 90-94 21. James Florence Mer 06- Brian Fisk Lip 04-07 23. Jonathan Pixley Sam 92-97 Nate Williams GSU 01-04 25. Fred McNealy Cent 85-89

995 826 768 766 760 739 671 667 663 662 620 597 595 594 591 589 586 582 575 574 571 571 570 570 563

Field Goals Att. (Top 25) 1. Willie Jackson Cent 80-84 2. Courtney Pigram ETSU 05-09 3. Craig Beard Sam 82-85 4. Steve Barker Sam 78-82 5. Sam Mitchell Mer 81-85 6. James Florence Mer 06- . E.J. Gordon Stet 03-06 8. Patrick Greer Cent 87-91 9. Kerry Blackshear Stet 92-96 10. Jeff Sanders GaSo 85-89 11. James Scott UALR 87-91 12. Brian Fisk LIp 04-07 13. Earnest Crumbley FAU 00-04 14. Rodney Hamilton GSU 94-98 15. Justin Hare Bel 04-08 16. Courtney Pigram ETSU 05- 17. Jonathan Pixley Sam 92-97 Jeff Cowens FAU 00-04 19, Eddie Ard Lip 04-08 20. Myron Jackson UALR 82-86 Scott Emerson Mer 99-04 22. Tony Gattis Mer 79-83 23. Terrence Brandon GSU 92-96 24. Adam Fellers Cam 98-02 25. Marion Busby CoC 91-95

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Field Goal Pct (Top 25) (Min. 600 att., 2 yrs) 1. Adam Mark Bel 01-04 67.6 (582-861) 2. Marro Hawkins Cent 86-90 63.3 (459-725) 3. Cherokee Rhone Cent 79-82 63.1 (421-667) 4. Albert Thomas Cent 82-86 61.2 (662-1081) 5. Anicet Lavodrama HBU 81-85 60.6 (505-833) 6. Mike Rivers UALR 80-84 59.5 (463-778) 7. Larry Hollins HBU 80-84 56.6 (427-754) 8. Derrall Dumas Stet 88-91 56.4 (394-699) 9. Mike Curry GaSo 86-90 56.3 (422-750) 10. Frank Hampton UTSA 86-88 56.0 (450-803) 11. Stanley Wormely Sam 86-90 55.9 (354-633) 12. Johnnie Bell UALR 87-89 55.2 (390-707) 13. Tony Gattis Mer 79-83 54.9 (677-1234) 14. Tony Bolds Mer 81-84 54.8 (442-806) 15. Simon Conn GWU 03-06 57.5 (487-847) 16. Dwight Stewart FIU 91-93 54.8 (362-661) 17. Chris Collier GSU 89-91 54.6 (380-696) 18. Wesley Duke Mer 99-05 54.3 (379-698)

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Will Jackson hols the Atlantic Sun career scoring mark with 2,535 point from 1980-84

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Stet 90-94 GSU 01-04 UCF 95-99 GSU 89-94 Sam 86-90 Mer 83-87 Bel 03-06 Sam 82-86 ETSU 07-09 Mer 86-90 GSU 00-02 Stet 98-01 Cam 00-04 GSU 94-98 Bel 05-09 Bel 04-07 H-SU 78-82 Cent 92-96 Cent 90-95 GWU 03-06 Mer 99-05 SLU 94-96 Stet 98-02 JU 06- Mer 92-96 GaSo 86-90 ETSU 06- Mer 83-87 HBU 78-81 Mer 04-08 SLU 91-93 Stet 87-91 Sam 85-88 Cam 94-98 UALR 84-86 HBU 79-82 HBU 78-81 Mer 81-84 GSU 89-91 GSU 00-04 GWU 04-07 UTSA 86-88 HBU 80-84 Troy 00-04 Mer 02-06 GaSo 89-92 Mer 94-96 Cent 92-96 Sam 96-00 Mer 97-01 Bel 01-04 Cent 87-91 Sam 88-92 Troy 00-02 GSU 93-96 Mer 78-81 UALR 87-89 Stet 94-96 Sam 98-02 UTSA 88-91 H-SU 84-88 FIU 91-93 FAU 03-05

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A-Sun 1000-Point Club 1. Willie Jackson Cent 80-84 2. Courtney Pigram ETSU 05-09 3. Sam Mitchell Mer 81-85 4. Craig Beard Sam 82-85 5. Steve Barker Sam 78-82 6. Jeff Sanders GaSo 86-89 7. Jonathan Pixley Sam 92-97 Kerry Blackshear Stet 92-96 9. Justin Hare Bel 04-08 10. Scott Emerson Mer 99-04 11. James Florence Mer 06- 12. James Scott UALR 87-91 13. E.J. Gordon Stet 03-06 14. Patrick Greer Cent 87-91 15. Joey Davenport Sam 92-96 16. Albert Thomas Cent 82-86 17. Brian Fisk Lip 04-07 18. Jonathan Rodriguez Cam 06- 19. Eddie Ard Lip 04-08 20. Tony Gattis Mer 79-83 21. Marc Salyers Sam 97-01 22. Garfield Blair Stet 05-09 23. Thad Delaney CoC 93-97 24. Earnest Crumbley FAU 00-04 25. Robert Rushing Troy 98-02 26. Rodney Hamilton GSU 94-98 27. Marion Busby CoC 91-95 28. Adam Fellers Cam 98-02 29. Reed Rawlings Sam 96-00 30. Terrence Brandon GSU 92-96 31. Fred McNealey Cent 85-89 32. Donald Wilson NLU 78-82 33. Will Daniel Sam 96-00 34. Anthony Register Stet 03-06 35. Kenny Brown Mer 90-93 36. Brian Bender GWU 03-06 37. Jeff Cowans FAU 00-04 38. D’Quarius Stewart UCF 96-00 Wayne Waggoner 2Tms 78-82 40. Adam Mark Bel 01-04 41. Ronell Wooten KSU 06-08 42. Myron Jackson UALR 82-86 43. Harvey Baker SLU 91-95 44. Anicet Lavodrama HBU 81-85 45. Ben Smith JU 06- 46. Marcus Allen JU 05-09 47. Mike Rivers UALR 80-84 48. Garrett Davis Stet 95-99 49. Kevin Sheppard JU 99-03 50. Randy Anderson Stet 86-89 51. Marro Hawkins Cent 86-90 52. James Andrews GSU 85-89 53. George Lett Cent 78-80 54. Aleem Muhammad Mer 98-03 55. Stacy Harris CoC 93-97 56. Cherokee Rhone Cent 79-82 57. Phillip Luckydo GSU 90-92 58. Herbert Lang Cent 94-98 59. Vaughn Williams UALR 80-83 Larry Robinson Cent 88-90 61. Andy Wicke Bel 05-09 Mark Brisker Stet 90-92 63. Ravii Givens Stet 99-03 64. Arthur Walton HBU 84-87

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Career Individual Leaders (cont.) 19. Scott Bailey Mer 86-90 54.2 (405-747) 20. Jeff Sanders GaSo 86-89 54.1 (766-1415) 21. Thad Delaney CoC 93-97 54.0 (620-1149) 22. Keving Tiggs ETSU 07-09 53.7 (418-779) 23. Donald Newman UALR 80-84 53.0 (399-753) 24. Nate Williams GSU 01-04 53.0 (464-876) 25. Morris Hargrove GaSo 83-85 52.9 (326-616) 3-pt. Field Goals (Top 25) 1. Adam Fellers Cam 98-02 2. Andy Wicke Bel 05-09 3. Derrick DeWitt Stet 98-02 4. Earnest Crumbley FAU 00-04 5. Courtney Pigram ETSU 05-09 Jonathan Pixley Sam 92-97 7. Joey Davenport Sam 92-96 8. Aljay Foreman Cent 92-96 9. Josh Goodwin Bel 04-07 10. Patrick Greer Cent 87-91 11. Steve Drabyn Bel 01-04 12. Shellord Pinkett GSU 94-98 13. Ronell Wooten KSU 05-08 14. Jason Thornton UCF 98-00 Marion Busby CoC 91-95 16. Matthew Dotson Bel 05-09 17. Justin Hare Bel 04-08 18. Reed Rawlings Sam 96-00 19. Will Daniel Sam 96-00 20. David Herman Sam 90-94 21. Chris Weaver Sam 99-02 22. Jeff Cowans FAU 00-04 23. James Florence Mer 06- Blaine Russell Cent 87-91 25. Brian Bender GWU 03-06

316 303 302 286 276 276 258 255 254 243 242 240 232 220 220 211 208 204 200 197 192 187 185 185 184

3-pt. Field Goals Att (Top 25) 1. Courtney Pigram ETSU 05-09 2. Adam Fellers Cam 98-02 3. Andy Wicke Bel 05-09 4. Earnest Crumbley FAU 00-04 5. Ronell Wooten KSU 05-08 6. Aljay Foreman Cent 92-96 7. Patrick Greer Cent 87-91 8. Jonathan Pixley Sam 92-97 9. Josh Goodwin Bel 04-07 10. James Florence Mer 06- 11. Shellord Pinkett GSU 94-98 12. Joey Davenport Sam 92-96 13. Will Daniel Sam 96-00 14. Marion Busby CoC 91-95 15. Steve Drabyn Bel 01-04 16. Matthew Dotson Bel 05-09 17. Jeff Cowans FAU 00-04 18. Justin Hare Bel 04-08 19. Reed Rawlings Sam 96-00 20. Blaine Russell Cent 87-91 21. Brian Bender GWU 03-06 22. Troy Green SLU 95-97 23. Jason Thornton UCF 98-00 24. David Herman Sam 90-94 25. Brian Fisk Lip 04-07

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3-pt. Field Goal Pct. (Top 20) (min. 150 att, 2 yrs) 1. Eric Adams H-SU 86-88 47.5 (162-341) 2. Reggie Titus Mer 87-89 45.8 (158-345) 3. Marcus Carreno FIU 96-99 45.5 (90-198) 4. Eric Cooper UTSA 87-89 45.2 (143-316) 5. Marcus Brown GSU 03-05 44.9 (80-178) 6. Quinton Young FAU 04-06 43.6 (129-296) 7. Jason Thornton UCF 98-02 43.6 (220-505) 8. Joey Davenport Sam 92-96 43.1 (258-599) 9. Ray Abellard UCF 00-03 43.0 (168-390) 10. Shawn Platts JU 98-01 42.9 (69-161) 11. Mike Harding GaSo 88-90 42.7

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(73-171) 12. Darryl Eaton UTSA 89-91 42.5 (138-325) 13. Rashard Willie JSU 98-00 42.2 (78-185) 14. Tyson Dorsey Sam 00-03 42.2 (105-249) 15. Tony Windless GaSo 90-92 42.1 (64-152) 16. Frank Ireland Stet 87-91 42.0 (100-238) 17. Jonathan Pixley Sam 92-97 42.0 (207-493) 18. Garrett Davis Stet 95-99 41.8 (143-342) 19. Steven Drabyn Bel 00-04 41.7 (242-581) 20. Arthur Walton HBU 83-87 41.6 (94-226) 21. Maurice Cowan Stet 88-90 41.5 (78-188) 22. Keith Horne UTSA 88-91 41.4 (132-319) 23. Cornell Felton Sam 00-03 41.1 (117-285) 24. Michael Stokes GaSo 85-88 41.0 (129-315) 25. Josh Sagester Mer 00-01 40.8 (84-206) Free Throws Made (Top 25) 1. Joey Davenport Sam 92-96 2. Willie Jackson Cent 80-84 3. Jonathan Rodriguez Cam 06- 4. E.J. Gordon Stet 02-06 5. Damon Arnette FAU 96-99 6. Sam Mitchell Mer 81-85 7. Cherokee Rhone Cent 79-82 8. Ben Smith JU 06- 9. James Florence Mer 06- 10. Garfield Blair Stet 05-09 11. Wesley Duke Mer 99-05 Steve Barker Sam 78-82 Greg Wise HBU 78-81 14. Scott Bailey Mer 86-90 15. Mike Rivers UALR 80-84 16. Justin Hare Bel 04-08 17. Anthony Register Stet 02-06 James Scott UALR 87-91 19. Eddie Ard Lip 04-08 Reed Rawlings Sam 96-00 21. Marro Hawkins Cent 86-90 22. Phillip Luckydo GSU 90-92 23. Rodney Hamilton GSU 94-98 24. Scott Emerson GSU 99-04 25. Mark Brisker Stet 90-92

557 545 480 464 455 450 413 412 410 399 382 382 382 381 378 375 371 371 367 367 362 361 352 349 342

Free Throw Att. (Top 25) 1. Willie Jackson Cent 80-84 2. Joey Davenport J Sam 92-96 3. E.J. Gordon Stet 03-06 4. Jonathan Rodriguez Cam 06- 5. Albert Thomas Cent 82-86 6. Sam Mitchell Mer 81-85 7. Anicet Lavodrama HBU 81-85 8. James Scott UALR 87-91 9. James Florence Mer 06- 10. Cherokee Rhone Cent 79-82 11. Marro Hawkins Cent 86-90 12. Mike Rivers UALR 80-84 13. Wesley Duke Mer 99-05 14. Garfield Blair Stet 05-09 15. Terrence Brandon GSU 92-96 16. Thad Delaney CoC 93-97 17. Scott Bailey Mer 86-90 18. Tim Donlon Sam 88-92 19. Phillip Luckydo GSU 90-92 20. Ben Smith JU 06- 21. Nate Taylor Cent 90-94 22. Reed Rawlings Sam 96-00 Santos Hampton Stet 98-02 24. Scott Emerson Mer 99-04 25. Eddie Ard Lip 04-08

755 679 653 638 625 590 589 576 572 564 564 553 550 547 531 529 522 520 505 501 497 494 494 492 490

Free Throw Pct. (Top 25) (min. 200 att., 2 yrs) 1. Steve Drabyn Bel 01-04 92.7 (230-248) 2. Wayne Waggoner 2TMS 78-82 87.2 (197-226) 3. Garrett Davis Stet 95-99 86.6

(291-336) 4. Steve Barker Sam 78-82 85.1 (382-449) 5. Ronnie McCollum Cent 97-99 84.7 (199-235) 6. Adam Fellers Cam 98-02 84.5 (197-233) 7. Harry Kennedy UCF 95-97 83.3 (184-221) 8. Jonathan Pixley Sam 92-97 82.9 (300-362) 9. Rodney Hamilton GSU 94-98 82.6 (352-426) 10. Ben Smith JU 06- 82.2 (412-501) 11. Ernie Hill OCU 78-79 82.1 (197-240) 12. Joey Davenport Sam 92-96 82.0 (557-679) 13. Ravii Givens Stet 99-03 81.8 (276-353) 14. Greg Wise HBU 78-81 81.1 (382-471) 15. Tote Christopher Troy 98-00 80.6 (233-289) 16. Justin Hare Bel 04-08 80.5 (375-466) 17. Aubrey Conerly JU 03-06 80.4 (251-312) Jeff Cowans FAU 00-04 80.4 (176-223) 19. James Andrews GSU 85-89 80.2 (259-323) 20. Joey Graham UCF 00-02 79.5 (167-201) 21. Rob Drum Sam 82-84 79.3 (176-222) 22. Carl Brown UALR 88-90 79.2 (206-260) Earnest Crumbley FAU 00-04 79.2 (267-337) Thomas Terrell GSU 00-02 79.2 (190-240) 25. Brian Bender GWU 03-06 79.1 (258-326) Rebounds (Top 25) 1. Thad Delaney CoC 2. Willie Jackson Cent 3. Albert Thomas Cent 4. Santos Hampton Stet 5. Scott Emerson Mer 6. Nate Taylor Cent 7. Jeff Sanders GaSo 8. Jonathan Rodriguez Cam 9. Marcus Allen JU 10. Jake Bethany H-SU 11. Anicet Lavodrama HBU 12. Marro Hawkins Cent 13. Scott Farley Mer 14. Sebastian Singletary Stet 15. Terrence Brandon GSU 16. Fred McNealey Cent 17. Tony Gattis Mer 18. Randy Anderson Stet 19. Zavian Smith GSU 20. Sam Mitchell Mer 21. Rob Lewin Troy 22. Bruno Kongawoin HBU 23. E.J. Gordon Stet 24. Byron Steward Cent 25. Wesley Duke Mer

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Assists (Top 25) 1. Napoleon Byrdsong Cent 79-83 2. Fred Goporo HBU 84-87 3. Anthony Stephens Cent 92-96 4. Elston Harris Mer 82-86 5. Rodney Hamilton GSU 94-98 6. Frank Ireland Stet 87-91 7. Cory Perry UCF 96-00 8. Earnest Crumbley FAU 00-04 9. Patrick Greer Cent 87-91 10. Sedrick Evans H-SU 85-89 11. Ravii Givens Stet 99-03 Vaughn Williams UALR 80-83 13. Brian Collins Bel 03-06 14. Juric Brown UALR 86-90 15. Kevin Sheppard JU 99-03 16. James Scott UALR 87-91 17. Darryl Jones HBU 81-84

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Courtney Pigram Paul Springer Greg Davis Al Miller Ben Smith Terry Johnson Michael Stokes Mario Lopez

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416 416 408 397 395 392 386 375

Blocked Shots (Top 25) 1. Lorenzo Williams Stet 89-91 2. Stanley Wormely Sam 86-90 3. Thad Delaney CoC 93-97 4. Zavian Smith GSU 89-94 5. Wesley Duke Mer 99-05 6. Scott Farley Mer 92-96 7. Anicet Lavodrama HBU 81-85 8. Calvin Henry Mer 06-09 9. Rob Lewin Troy 00-04 10. Haminn Quaintance JU 03-04 11. Ralton Way HBU 78-81 12. Simon Conn GWU 03-06 13. Derrall Dumas Stet 88-91 14. Paul Reed UCF 99-02 15. Andrew Preston Bel 04-07 16. Ryan Lewis JU 01-03 17. Chris Moore Mer 83-87 18. Kris Hunter JU 00-01 19. Randy Anderson Stet 86-89 20. Nate Williams GSU 01-04 21. Willie Jackson Cent 80-84 22. Torquin Gresham GSU 97-00 23. Jamie Simmons Cam 96-00 24. Mike Bell FAU 03-05 25. Chad Lambert Stet 94-98

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Steals (Top 25) 1. Vaughn Williams UALR 80-83 2. E.J. Gordon Stet 03-06 3. Courtney Pigram ETSU 05-09 4. Aljay Foreman Cent 92-96 5. Rodney Hamilton GSU 94-98 6. Brian Fisk Lip 04-07 7. Cory Perry UCF 96-00 8. Willie Jackson Cent 80-84 9. Robert Rushing Troy 98-02 10. Kevin Morris GSU 98-01 11. Anthony Stephens Cent 92-96 12. Marcus Woods CoC 91-95 13. Earnest Crumbley FAU 00-04 14. Brian Collins Bel 03-06 15. Larry Hollins HBU 81-84 16. Anthony Forrest GaSo 86-88 17. Anthony Register Stet 03-06 18. Andy Wicke Bel 05-09 Jay Heard JSU 01-03 20. Reed Rawlings Sam 96-00 21. James Florence Mer 06- 22. Patrick Greer Cent 87-91 23. Juric Brown UALR 86-90 Larry Robinson Cent 88-90 25. Ben Smith JU 06-

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Double-Doubles (Top 25) - Since 1996-97 1. Scott Emerson Mer 99-04 2. Jonathan Rodriguez Cam 06- 3. Santos Hampton Stet 98-02 Adam Sonn Bel 01-03 5. Thomas Sanders GWU 06-08 Sebastian Singletary Stet 98-01 7. Mike Bell FAU 03-05 8. Shuan Stegall KSU 06-08 9. Marcus Allen JU 05-09 Quincy Gause GSU 97-99 Paul Reed UCF 99-02 12. Mark Adamson Mer 96-99 Simon Conn GWU 02-06 14. Damon Arnette FAU 96-99 Brant Harriman JSU 99-01 Haminn Quaintance JU 03-05 17. Maurice Latham Cam 04-06 Rob Lewin Troy 00-04 19. Bobby Davis Upst 07-09 Marc Salyers Sam 97-01 21. Daniel Emerson Mer 08-09 Thaddeous Delaney CoC 96-97 Wesley Duke Mer 99-05 Adam Mark Bel 01-04 Brad Nuckles ETSU 05-07

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2003-04 First Team Greg Davis Troy Rob Lewin Troy Dexter Lyons UCF Adam Mark Bel Nate Williams GSU Second Team Mike Bell FAU Steve Drabyn Bel E.J. Gordon Stet Roberto Morentin UCF Haminn Quaintance JU All-Freshman Team Haminn Quaintance JU Jarred Stockton JU Brian Fisk Lip Josh Goodwin Bel Anthony Atkinson Cam

UCF Bel Mer UCF JU Sam

Mer JSU JU Troy GSU

1996-97 First Team Thad Delaney Anthony Johnson Herbert Lang Jonathan Pixley Dedric Taylor Second Team Craig Buchanan Rodney Conner Rodney Hamilton Philip Huyler Harry Kennedy

CoC CoC Cent Sam FIU FAU CoC GSU FAU UCF

1995-96 First Team Lincoln Abrams Cent Jason Alexander Stet Sam Bowie SLU Thaddeous Delaney CoC Jonathan Pixley Sam Second Team Terrence Brandon GSU Joey Davenport Sam Reggie Elliott Mer Troy Green SLU Stacy Harris CoC 1994-95 First Team Jason Alexander Kerry Blackshear Terrence Brandon Marion Busby Thaddeous Delaney Second Team Sam Bowie Joey Davenport Jonathon Pixley Chance Solomon Ochiel Swaby

Stet Stet GSU CoC CoC SLU Sam Sam Mer UCF

SLU Mer Cent Stet SLU FIU

1991-92 First Team Mark Brisker Stet Phillip Luckydo GSU Dwight Stewart FIU Shaun Thompson Mer Tony Windless GaSo Second Team Pete Meriweather SLU Bubba Sheafe Sam Zavian Smith GSU Nate Taylor Cent Charlton Young GaSo 1990-91 First Team Patrick Greer Cent Ronnie Ellison UTSA Chris Collier GSU Mark Brisker Stet Keith Horne UTSA Second Team John Buckwalter Cent Emmett Smith GaSo Lorenzo Williams Stet Charlton Young GaSo Tony Windless GaSo 1989-90 First Team Larry Robinson Mike Curry Carl Brown Scott Bailey Bruce Wheatley Derrall Dumas Second Team Tommy French Darryl Eaton Derrick Owens Keith Horne Chris Collier 1988-89 First Team Jeff Sanders Carl Brown Johnnie Bell Randy Anderson James Andrews Second Team Larry Robinson Eric Cooper Mike Harding DionPettus Chris Phillips

Cent GaSo UALR Mer UTSA Stet H-SU UTSA UALR UTSA GSU

GaSo UALR UALR Stet GSU Cent UTSA GaSo UTSA Mer

1986-87 First Team Randy Anderson Stet Brian Newton GaSo Curtis Kidd UALR Fred Goporo HBU Bruno Kongawoin HBU Second Team Chris Moore Mer Rembert Martin Sam Arthur Walton HBU Gary Coachman Stet Elfrem Jackson GSU 1985-86 First Team Albert Thomas Myron Jackson Pete Myers Chris Moore Greg Way Second Team Michael Clarke Arthur Walton Darryl Hagler Brian Newton Dewey Haley 1984-85 First Team Sam Mitchell Craig Beard Anicet Lavodrama Morris Hargrove Albert Thomas Second Team Michael Clarke Earl Walker Matt England Byron Strickland Bill McNair 1983-84 First Team Willie Jackson Craig Beard Sam Mitchell Anicet Lavodrama Donald Newman Second Team Terry Hairston Eric Hightower Tony Bolds Larry Hollins Albert Thomas 1982-83 First Team Willie Jackson Vaughn Williams Craig Beard Tony Gattis Anicet Lavodrama Second Team Jimmy Lampley Larry Hollins Mike Rivers Kenny Hale Johnny Martin

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Cent UALR UALR Mer H-SU UALR HBU Sam GaSo GSU

Mer Sam HBU GaSo Cent UALR Mer HBU H-SU GaSo

Cent Sam Mer HBU UALR HBU GaSo Mer HBU Cent

Cent UALR Sam Mer HBU UALR HBU UALR NSU NSU

1980-81 First Team Benton Wade Mer Donald Wilson NLU Willie Jackson Cent Dartez Talbott Mer Cherokee Rhone Cent Steve Barker Sam Second Team Greg Wise HBU Randy Martell HBU Reggie Cofer GaSo Miguel Tipton H-SU Wayne Waggoner NSU 1979-80 First Team Kenneth Green Cherokee Rhone Kenny Natt George Lett Eugene Robinson Billy Bailey Second Team Steve Barker Ralton Way Greg Wise Dartez Talbott Benton Wade 1978-79 Steve Barker Mike Dabney David Hall Ernie Hill Tim Jones George Lett Robert Miles Calvin Natt Stewart Reese Eugene Robinson

PAU Cent NLU Cent NLU PAU Sam HBU HBU Mer Mer Sam H-SU NLU OCU HBU Cent Mer NLU Mer NLU

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Mer GSU GSU Sam Stet

1997-98 First Team Raja Bell FIU Rodney Hamilton GSU Mark Jones UCF Jeff Warbritton Stet Sedric Webber CoC Second Team Herbert Lang Cent Ronnie McCollum Cent Shellord Pinkett GSU Brad Traina UCF Freddie Williams Sam

Mer Stet GSU Sam FIU

UALR Stet H-SU UALR GaSo

WOMEN’S HISTORY

2000-01 First Team Scott Emerson Shernard Long Kevin Morris Marc Salyers Sebastian Singletary Second Team Rodney Kirtz Mike McDaniel Shawn Platts Robert Rushing Thomas Terrell

FAU Troy Bel GSU Troy

1992-93 First Team Kenny Brown Donnell Grier Mike Nalls Bubba Sheafe Dwight Stewart Second Team Hank Washington Shaun Thompson Nate Taylor Bryant Conner Pete Meriweather Chuck Stuart

Stet SLU Sam UCF CoC

GaSo UALR UTSA Mer H-SU

1981-82 First Team Willie Jackson Cent Steve Barker Sam Donald Wilson NLU Wayne Waggoner NSU Jimmy Lampley UALR Second Team Roy Jones HBU Jake Bethany H-SU Tony Gattis Mer Terry Martin NLU Cherokee Rhone Cent

WOMEN’S TEAMS

2005-06 First Team Eddie Ard Lip Simon Conn GWU Brian Fisk Lip Maurice Latham Cam Tim Smith ETSU Rodney Webb FAU Second Team Brian Bender GWU E.J. Gordon Stet Justin Hare Bel Boomer Herndon Bel Alain LaRoche UNF All-Freshman Team Marcus Allen JU Carlos Monroe FAU Andre Morgan KSU Courtney Pigram ETSU Andy Wicke Bel

2001-02 First Team Raheim Brown Robert Rushing Adam Sonn Thomas Terrell Lamayn Wilson Second Team Ray Abellard Wes Burtner Aleem Muhammad Paul Reed Kevin Sheppard Chris Weaver

1998-99 First Team Damon Arnette FAU Quincy Gause GSU Ronnie McCollum Cent Reed Rawlings Sam Brad Traina UCF Second Team Will Daniel Sam Garrett Davis Stet Kevin Morris GSU Anton Reese GSU Calvin Slaughter JU

CoC GSU FIU UCF Cent

1987-88 First Team Jeff Sanders James Dawn Frank Hampton Ben Wilson Vince Langston Second Team Johnnie Bell Randy Anderson Eric Adams James Scott Michael Stokes

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

2006-07 First Team James Florence Mer Justin Hare Bel Jesse Kimbrough JU Courtney Pigram ETSU Jonathan Rodriguez Cam Second Team Shaddean Aaron Mer Eddie Ard Lip Brian Fisk Lip Chris Gash GWU Boomer Herndon Bel Brad Nuckles ETSU Ronell Wooten KSU All-Freshmen Team Lehmon Colbert JU James Florence Mer Jonathan Rodriguez Cam Ben Smith JU Mike Smith ETSU

2002-03 First Team Scott Emerson Mer Ben Fletcher Troy Adam Mark Bel Adam Sonn Bel Nate Williams GSU Second Team Ray Abellard UCF Omar Bartlett JSU Aleem Muhammed Mer Poonie Richardson JSU Kevin Sheppard JU All-Freshman Team Brian Collins Bel E.J. Gordon Stet Robby Dupre Cam Andre Manning GWU J. Robert Merritt Sam

1993-94 First Team Marion Busby Zavian Smith Chuck Stuart Ochiel Swaby Nate Taylor Second Team Kerry Blackshear Harvey Baker Joey Davenport Victor Saxon Thadd. Delaney

MEN’S HISTORY

2007-08 First Team Justin Hare Bel Courtney Pigram ETSU Jonathan Rodriguez Cam Thomas Sanders GWU Ben Smith JU Second Team Eddie Ard Lip Garfield Blair Stet Shane Dansby Bel James Florence Mer Kevin Tiggs ETSU All-Freshmen Team Nate Blank GWU Jordan Campbell Bel Ayron Hardy JU Adnan Hodzic Lip Josh Slater Lip

1999-00 First Team Adam Fellers Cam Detric Golden Troy Shernard Long GSU Marc Salyers Sam Sebastian Singletary Stet Second Team Eugene Christopher Troy Scott Emerson Mer Anton Reese GSU Calvin Slaughter JU D’Quarius Stewart UCF

MEN’S TEAMS

2004-05 First Team Mike Bell FAU Brian Bender GWU Marcus Brown GSU Will Emerson Mer Haminn Quaintance JU Second Team Brian Fisk Lip Tim Jennings GWU Gary Johnson UCF Josh Peppers UCF Anthony Register Stet All-Freshman Team Eddie Ard Lip Justin Hare Bel Ty McTyler FAU Will Peeples Bel Ruell Pringle Cam

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

2008-09 First Team James Florence Mer Adnan Hodzic Lip Alex Renfroe Bel Ben Smith JU Kevin Tiggs ETSU Second Team Garfield Blair Stet Bobby Davis Upst Daniel Emerson Mer Courtney Pigram ETSU Jonathan Rodriguez Cam All-Freshmen Team Reggie Chambers FGCU De’Marion Gordon Upst Lorne Merthie Cam Kurtis Woods KSU Brian Wright Lip

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Player of the Week Breakdown Current Members Belmont............Total 22 Wes Burtner.......................1 Brian Collins........................1 Shane Dansby......................2 Steve Drabyn.......................1 Justin Hare...........................5 Adam Mark..........................7 Alex Renfroe.......................2 Adam Sonn..........................2 Andy Wicke.........................1 Campbell..........Total 13 Corey Best...........................1 Adam Fellers.......................3 Russ Gibson........................1 Damien Hannibal................1 Tarick Johnson....................2 George Miller......................1 Jonathan Rodriguez............2 Eric Smith.............................2 ETSU................Total 11 Brad Nuckles.......................1 Courtney Pigram................4 Tim Smith.............................2 Kevin Tiggs...........................4 Florida Gulf Coast.Total 3 Landon Adler.......................1 Reggie Chambers...............1 Derrick O’Neil...................1 Jacksonville.......Total 12 Marcus Allen........................1 Ali Kaba................................1 Shawn Platts........................1 Haminn Quaintance...........1 Kevin Sheppard...................2 Ben Smith.............................3 Calvin Warner.....................2 Brandon Williams...............1 Kennesaw St.......Total 6 Golden Ingle........................1 Jon-Michael Nickerson......1 Shuan Stegall........................1 Ronell Wooten....................3 Lipscomb . .........Total 8 Eddie Ard.............................3 Brian Fisk..............................2 Adnan Hodzic.....................2 Trey Williams.......................1 Mercer..............Total 47 Shaddean Aaron..................2 Mark Adamson....................2 Scott Bailey..........................2 Kenny Brown.......................3 Reggie Elliott.......................1 Scott Emerson....................5 Will Emerson......................2 Scott Farley..........................3 James Florence ..................6 Tony Gattis..........................2 Calvin Henry.......................1 Rodney Kirtz.......................1 Robert Miles........................1 Sam Mitchell........................6 Chris Moore........................2 James Odoms......................1 Stewart Reese.....................1 Dartez Talbott.....................1 Shaun Thompson................1 Benton Wade......................2 Ben Wilson..........................1 Terry Young..........................1

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UNF................... Total 3 Eni Cuka...............................1 Alain LaRoche.....................2 USC Upstate......Total 1 Luke Payne...........................1 Stetson.............Total 31 Jason Alexander..................3 Randy Anderson.................3 Kerry Blackshear................4 Garfield Blair.......................1 Mark Brisker........................2 Maurice Cowan..................1 Garrett Davis......................1 Ravii Givens.........................1 EJ Gordon............................2 Donell Grier........................2 Santos Hampton.................3 Terry Johnson......................1 Gabe McMillen....................1 Anthony Register...............1 Patrick Sams........................1 Sebastian Singletary...........2 A.J. Smith..............................1 Jeff Warbritton....................1 Former Members UALR................Total 21 Johnnie Bell..........................3 Carl Brown..........................2 Michael Clarke....................1 Daron Hoges.......................1 Myron Jackson....................2 Curtis Kidd..........................2 Paris McCurdy....................1 Pete Myers...........................1 Donald Newman................3 Mike Rivers..........................2 James Scott..........................1 Rod Wade............................2 Centenary........Total 43 Lincoln Abrams...................2 Eric Bonner.........................1 John Buckwalter.................2 Patrick Greer......................2 Willie Jackson.....................8 Herbert Lang.......................1 George Lett.........................4 Ronnie McCollum..............1 Fred McNealey...................1 Cherokee Rhone................4 Larry Robinson...................5 Byron Steward....................2 Nate Taylor..........................3 Albert Thomas....................6 Tyronne Warren.................1 UCF..................Total 15 Ray Abellard.........................1 Josh Bodden........................1 Gary Johnson......................1 Mark Jones...........................2 Dexter Lyons......................1 Josh Peppers........................1 Cory Perry..........................1 Victor Saxon.......................1 Ochiel Swaby......................4 Brad Traina...........................2 CofC..................Total 12 Marion Busby......................3 Rodney Conner..................1 Thaddeous Delaney...........6 Anthony Johnson................1 Patrick King.........................1

FAU...................Total 15 Damon Arnette..................3 Mike Bell...............................5 Raheim Brown....................2 Craig Buchanan...................1 Ernest Crumbley................2 Gary Durrant......................1 Rodney Webb......................1 FIU .....................Total 9 Carlos Arroyo.....................1 Raja Bell................................1 Ted Guilbeaux.....................1 Dwight Stewart..................3 Chuck Stuart.......................1 Dedric Taylor.......................1 Matt Tchir............................1 Gardner-Webb...Total 7 Brian Bender.......................1 Simon Conn........................1 Grayson Flittner.................1 Tim Jennings........................1 Aaron Linn...........................1 Thomas Sanders.................2 GaSo.................Total 21 Dexter Abrams...................1 Lafayette Adams..................1 Wendell Charles.................1 Reggie Coffer......................1 Mike Curry..........................4 Morris Hargrove.................1 Bill McNair...........................2 Brian Newton.....................1 Ben Pierce............................1 John Rahn.............................1 Jeff Sanders..........................4 Emmett Smith.....................1 Michael Stokes....................1 Tony Windless.....................1 Georgia State......... Total 38 James Andrews....................1 Terrence Brandon..............4 Willie Brown.......................1 Bam Campbell.....................1 Garrett Coley.....................1 Chris Collier.......................2 Darryl Cooper....................1 Ricky Coulter......................1 Terrence Evans....................1 Quincy Gause.....................4 Trello Galloway...................1 Dewey Haley.......................1 Rodney Hamilton...............1 Elfrem Jackson.....................1 Shernard Long.....................1 Phillip Luckydo....................2 Kevin Morris........................3 Mike Nalls............................1 Shellord Pinkett..................1 Thomas Terrell....................3 Kevin Thomas......................1 Rodney Turner....................1 Nate Williams......................3 Travis Williams....................1 H-SU.................Total 11 Jake Bethany........................1 Mike Dabney.......................1 Tommy French....................1 Vince Langston...................4 Tyrone Merldrow...............2 Byron Strickland.................2

Roy Jones.............................1 Bruno Kongawoin...............1 Anicet Lavodrama..............5 Randy Martell......................2 Arthur Walton....................3 Ralton Way...........................1 Greg Wise............................2 JSU .....................Total 8 Omar Barlett.......................2 RustyBrand..........................1 Edward Coleman................1 Brant Harriman..................1 Jay Knowlton.......................1 Jason Robinson...................1 Kenny Sorenson.................1 NLU....................Total 8 Terry Martin........................1 Calvin Natt..........................3 Kenny Natt..........................2 Donald Wilson....................2 NSU Total.............................5 Kenny Hale..........................1 Calvin Madlock...................1 Fred Piper............................1 Wayne Waggoner...............1 Frederick Walker................1 OCU...................Total 3 Calvin Montgomery...........1 Allen Leavell........................1 Ernie Hill..............................1 Samford . .........Total 32 Steve Barker........................6 Craig Beard..........................5 Ed Carroll............................1 Joey Davenport...................4 Tim Donlon.........................1 Kenya Franklin.....................1 David Herman.....................1 Jonathan Pixley....................5 Reed Rawlings.....................2 Marc Salyers........................2 Bubba Sheafe.......................1 Martin Stewart....................1 Chris Weaver......................2

Courtney Pigram earned four A-Sun Player of the Week Awards in his career, the most by any ETSU player.

SLU.....................Total 9 Harvey Baker......................1 Sam Bowie...........................2 Troy Green..........................1 John Picou............................1 Hank Washington...............2 Jason Winningham..............1 Michael Wolf........................1 Troy Total.............................9 Derrick Davis......................1 Bobby Dixon.......................1 Detric Golden.....................2 Rob Lewin............................2 Robert Rushing...................1 Lamayn Wilson....................2 UTSA..................Total 9 Ronnie Ellison.....................2 Frank Hampton..................3 Keith Horne........................2 Clarence McGee................1 Dion Pettus..........................1

Jeff Sanders racked up four of Georgia Southern’s 21 Player of the Week Awards, while the Eagles were in the A-Sun.

HBU..................Total 20 Fred Goporo.......................2 Larry Hollins.......................2 Tim Jones.............................1

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vs Bel --- 0-3 1-2 --- 0-1 --- 0-1 0-2 --- --- 0-1

vs Cam 3-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-1 --- 1-0 0-0 --- --- 0-1

vs ETSU 2-1 0-0 --- --- 0-1 --- 0-2 0-0 --- --- 0-2

vs FGCU --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

vs JU 1-0 1-0 1-0 --- --- --- 0-2 2-1 --- --- 0-0

vs KSU --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

vs Lip 1-0 0-1 2-0 --- 2-0 --- --- 0-2 --- --- 0-0

No. 4 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1

No. 5 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-1

No. 6 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1

No. 7 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1

No. 8 --- 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 0-1 0-1

No. 9 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1-0 0-1 --- ---

No. 10 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1-0 0-1 --- ---

Final 2 d. 1 1 d. 2 2 d. 1 2 d. 1 2 d. 1 2 d. 1 3 d. 5 3 d. 1 1 d. 2 3 d. 5 1 d. 2 1 d. 2

0-1 2-1 0-1

0-1 1-1 1-1

2-1 0-1 0-1

3-0 0-1 1-1

0-1 1-1 0-1

1-1 3-0 0-1

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6 d. 5 8 d. 3 1 d. 2

0-1 0-1 3-0 1-1 3-0 2-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 1-1

1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-0 0-1 2-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 0-1

0-1 3-0 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1

1-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1

0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 ---

0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 --- 0-1 0-1 ---

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 0-1 --- ---

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1 d. 2 5 d. 6 1 d. 3 2 d. 5 3 d. 1 4 d. 3 1 d. 6 2 d. 4 1 d. 2 3 d. 1 3 d. 4 3 d. 1 3 d. 1 1 d. 2

7-25 .219

1-2 .333

1-1 .500

#4 0-0 0-0 1-1 --- 1-2 --- 2-2 0-1 --- --- 0-2

#5 0-0 0-1 0-1 --- 0-0 --- 0-2 5-6 --- --- 1-3

#6 0-0 1-2 0-0 --- 0-2 --- 0-0 2-6 --- --- 1-3

School Bel ETSU Mer Lip Stet JU Cam

Yrs 8 4 25 5 19 10 10

W 12 6 20 4 8 4 2

L 5 3 23 5 19 10 10

Pct. .706 .667 .465 .444 .296 .286 .167

Finals 3 2 5 1 2 2

Titles 06, 07, 08 09 81, 85

0 2 7 8 1 5 9 4 4 6 4 17 17 10 18 2 4 5 4 10

1.000 .778 .750 .692 .667 .615 .571 .556 .556 .538 .500 .485 .485 .474 .438 .333 .333 .285 .200 .000

2 3 7 6

97, 98 79, 82 94, 96, 04, 05 86, 89, 90

3 4 1 1 3 1 5 4 2 3

95 83, 87, 92 88 02 03

#6 1-0 6-3 18-9 1-0 1-1 -- 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

#7 0-0 21-4 4-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 -- 0-1 0-0 2-0

Former Members

CoC NLU UCF UALR OCU FIU GaSo UTSA FAU Troy GWU Cent GSU HBU Sam PAU NSU SLU JSU H-SU

2 4 11 11 1 6 12 5 5 7 4 18 19 10 20 1 4 5 4 10

6 7 21 18 2 8 12 5 5 7 4 16 16 9 14 1 2 2 1 0

80 91, 01 84 99, 00

Seed vs Seed Records #7 0-0 0-1 0-0 --- 0-1 --- 0-0 0-3 --- --- 0-3

#8 0-1 0-4 0-0 --- 0-1 --- 0-0 2-4 --- --- 0-1

#9 0-0 0-0 0-0 --0-1 --0-0 0-0 ----0-0

Team #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10

#1 -- 5-8 6-0 4-9 2-9 0-1 0-0 4-18 0-1 0-0

#2 8-5 -- 7-8 0-1 0-1 3-6 4-21 0-0 0-0 0-2

#3 0-5 8-7 -- 1-1 0-3 9-18 0-4 1-0 0-0 0-0

#4 9-4 1-0 1-1 -- 14-13 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

#5 9-2 1-0 3-0 13-14 -- 1-1 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-0

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#9 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-1 -- 0-0

#10 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 --

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

#3 3-3 0-0 0-0 --- 0-1 --- 0-0 5-1 --- --- 2-3

Pct. .706 .167 .667 --.250 --.444 .465 ----.296

WOMEN’S HISTORY

Team Record by Tournament Seeds #2 6-1 1-1 3-0 --- 2-1 --- 0-0 4-1 --- --- 4-2

Total 12-5 2-10 6-3 --- 3-9 --- 4-5 20-23 --- --- 8-19

WOMEN’S TEAMS

No. 3 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 3-0 3-0 1-1 3-0 1-1 1-1

Totals 49-20 47-22 40-20 19-28 20-28 14-28 4-28 Pct .710 .681 .667 .404 .417 .341 .125

Team #1 Bel 3-0 Cam 0-0 ETSU 2-1 FGCU --- JU 1-1 KSU --- Lip 2-1 Mer 1-1 UNF --- Upst --- Stet 0-1

Others 2-4 0-6 0-1 --- 1-5 --- 1-0 18-16 --- --- 6-15

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 3-0 2-1 No Tournament 3-0 2-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 3-0 2-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 3-0 1-1 1-1 3-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 2-0 1-1

vs Stet 1-0 1-0 2-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 0-2 --- --- ---

MEN’S HISTORY

No. 2 3-0 2-1 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 0-1 0-1 2-1 1-1 2-1 2-1

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No. 1 1-1 3-0 2-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 3-0 0-1 3-0 3-0

vs UNF --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Tournament Winning Percentage

Record by Tournament Seeds Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

vs Mer 2-0 0-0 0-0 --- 1-2 --- 2-0 --- --- --- 2-0

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

Bel Cam ETSU FGCU JU KSU Lip Mer UNF UPST Stet

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1979 • March 1-3 • Monroe, La. • Ewing Coliseum • Hosted by University of Louisiana-Monroe Quarterfinals - March 1 #1 Louisiana-Monroe - bye #2 Mercer - bye #5 Houston Baptist 68 #3 Oklahoma City 90 Semifinals - March 2 Louisiana-Monroe 89 Mercer 90, Consolation - March 3 Oklahoma City 83, Final - March 3 Louisiana-Monroe 90

#4 Samford 66 #6 Hardin-Simmons 86 Houston Baptist 62 Oklahoma City 70 Houston Baptist 77

Tournament MVP Calvin Natt

NLU

All-Tournament David Hall Eugene Robinson Ernie Hill Stewart Reese Tim JonesH Mike Dabney

NLU NLU OCU Mer BU H-SU

Mercer 69

1980 • Feb. 28-March 1 • Monroe, La. • Ewing Coliseum • Hosted by University of Louisiana-Monroe Quarterfinals - February 28 #1 Louisiana-Monroe - bye #5 Mercer 75 #4 Samford 68 #3 Centenary 76 #6 Houston Baptist 69 #7 PAU 83 #2 Hardin-Simmons 67 Semifinals - March 1 Louisiana-Monroe 102 Mercer 71 Centenary 88 PAU 84 Consolation - March 2 Mercer 90 PAU 78 Final - March 2 Centenary 79 Louisiana-Monroe 77

Tournament MVP George Lett

Cent

All-Tournament Greg Wise Kenny Natt Kenneth Green Donald Wilson Cherokee Rhone

HBU NLU PAU NLU Cent

1981 • March 4-7 • Shreveport, La. • Hirsch Coliseum • Hosted by Centenary College First Round - March 4 #6 Samford 73 #7 Northwestern State 91 Quarterfinals - March 5 #1 Houston Baptist - bye #4 Centenary 76 #3 Mercer 78 #2 Louisiana-Moroe 79 Semifinals - March 6 Houston Baptist 48 Mercer 55 Final - March 7 Mercer 72

#9 Georgia Southern 57 #8 Hardin-Simmons 67 Samford 69 #5 UALR 69 Northwestern State 73 Centenary 47 Louisiana-Monroe 54

Tournament MVP Tony Gattis

Mer

All-Tournament Randy Martell Willie Jackson Dartez Talbott Donald Wilson Wayne Waggoner Greg Wise

HBU Cent Mer NLU NSU HBU

Houston Baptist 67

1982 • March 4-6 • Monroe, La. • Ewing Coliseum • Hosted by Louisiana-Monroe Quarterfinals - March 4 #1 UALR - bye #4 Centenary 70 #3 Louisiana-Monroe 54 #2 Northwestern State 85 Semifinals - March 5 Centenary 106 Louisiana-Monroe 81 Final - March 6 Louisiana-Monroe 98

#5 Georgia Southern 69 #6 Houston Baptist 46 #7 Mercer 74 UALR 100 Northwestern State 64 Centenary 85

Tournament MVP Donald Wilson

NLU

All-Tournament Rusty Ward Willie Jackson Cherokee Rhone Vaughn Williams Earnest Reliford

Cent Cent Cent UALR NSU

1983 • Mar. 5, 10-11 • 1st Rd Campus Sites & Little Rock, Ark. • Barton Coliseum • Hosted by UALR Quarterfinals - March 5 #1 UALR 74 #4 Centenary 96 #3 Georgia Southern 58 #2 Houston Baptist 80 Semifinals - March 10 UALR 88 Georgia Southern 58 Final - March 11 Georgia Southern 68

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#8 Hardin-Simmons 57 #5 Mercer 95 - ot #6 Samford 57 #7 Northwestern State 65 Centenary 83 Houston Baptist 55 UALR 67

Tournament MVP Jimmy Lampley

UALR

All-Tournament Vaughn Williams Willie Jackson Eric Hightower Mike Rivers Tony Gattis

UALR Cent GaSo UALR Mer

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1984 • March 3, 8-9 • 1st Rd Campus Sites & Houston,Texas • Spring Branch Coliseum • Hosted by Houston Baptist University #8 Northwestern State 53 #4 Centenary 72 - 2ot #3 Georgia Southern 77 #7 Hardin-Simmons 69 UALR 58 Mercer 80 Samford 76

Tournament MVP Craig Beard

Sam

All-Tournament Terry Hairston Larry Hollins Sam Mitchell Anicet Lavodrama Roy Ralston

HBU HBU Mer HBU UALR

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

Quarterfinals - March 3 #1 Houston Baptist 71 #5 UALR 73 #6 Mercer 80 #2 Samford 82 Semifinals - March 8 Houston Baptist 76 Samford 84 Final - March 9 Houston Baptist 81

#8 Georgia State 61 #5 Hardin-Simmons 73 - ot #6 Samford 67 #7 Centenary - ot Georgia Southern 65 Houston Baptist 65

Mer

All-Tournament Michael Clarke Earl Walker Anicet Lavodrama Matt England Ron Jefferson

UALR Mer HBU HBU GaSo

1986 • March 1, 6-7 • 1st Rd Campus Sites & Little Rock, Ark. • Barton Coliseum • Hosted by UALR #8 Georgia State 82 #4 Hardin-Simmons 61 #3 Houston Baptist 81 #7 Georgia Southern 59 Mercer 66 Samford 82 Centenary 63

Tournament MVP Michael Clarke

UALR

All-Tournament Pete Myers Gene Vandenlangenberg Albert Thomas Chris Moore Rembert Martin

UALR Cent Cent Mer Sam

#8 UTSA 60 #5 Hardin-Simmons 66 #6 Mercer 68 #7 Georgia State UALR 62 Houston Baptist 68 Stetson 46

Tournament MVP Jeff Sanders

GaSo

All-Tournament Gary Coachman Daron Hoges Willis Holliday Brian Newton Bruno Kongawoin Randy Anderson

Stet UALR GaSo GaSo HBU Stet

1988 • March 10-12 • Daytona Beach, Fla. • Ocean Center • Hosted by Stetson University #8 Georgia State 55 #4 Hardin-Simmons 52 #6 Stetson 74 #7 Centenary 71 Mercer 52 UALR 75 Georgia Southern 69 - ot

Tournament MVP Frank Hampton

UTSA

All-Tournament Jeff Sanders Michael Stokes James Dawn Eric Cooper Ben Wilson

GaSo GaSo UALR UTSA Mer

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Quarterfinals - March 10 #1 Georgia Southern 71 #5 Mercer 57 #3 UTSA 78 #2 UALR 99 Semifinals - March 11 Georgia Southern 60 UTSA 101 Final - March 12 UTSA 76

WOMEN’S HISTORY

Quarterfinals - March 5 #1 UALR 62, #4 Georgia Southern 73 #3 Stetson 75 #2 Houston Baptist Semifinals - March 6 Georgia Southern 70 Stetson 73 Final - March 7 Georgia Southern 49

WOMEN’S TEAMS

1987 • March 5-7 • Little Rock, Ark. • Barton Coliseum • Hosted by UALR

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

Quarterfinals - March 1 #1 UALR 115 #5 Mercer 70 #6 Centenary 84 #2 Samford 73 Semifinals - March 6 UALR 81 Centenary 96 Final - March 7 UALR 85

MEN’S HISTORY

UALR 96

Tournament MVP Sam Mitchell

MEN’S TEAMS

1985 • March 2, 7-8 • 1st Rd Campus Sites & Statesboro, Ga. • Hanner Fieldhouse • Hosted by Georgia Southern Quarterfinals - March 2 #1 Georgia Southern 109 #4 UALR 75 #3 Houston Baptist 77 #2 Mercer 74 Semifinals - March 7 UALR 67 Mercer 69 Final - March 8 Mercer 105

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Men’s Basketball 1989 • March 7-9 • Little Rock, Ark. • Barton Coliseum • Hosted by UALR Quarterfinals - March 7 #8 Houston Baptist 78 #5 Centenary 76 #3 Stetson 106 #2 UALR 82 Semifinals - March 8 Centenary 76 UALR 60 Final - March 9 UALR 100

#1 Georgia Southern 72 #4 Mercer 74 #6 Georgia State 63 #7 UTSA 79 Houston Baptist 69 Stetson 59 Centenary 72

Tournament MVP Jeff Cummings

UALR

All-Tournament Johnnie Bell Larry Robinson Reggie Gibbs Derrick Owens James Scott

UALR Cent HBU UALR UALR

1990 • March 6-8 • Little Rock, Ark. • Barton Coliseum • Hosted by UALR Quarterfinals - March 6 #1 Centenary 102 #5 Stetson 80 #3 UALR 91 #2 UTSA 98 Semifinals - March 7 Centenary 97 UALR 99 Final - March 8 UALR 105

#8 Georgia State 91 #4 Georgia Southern #6 Hardin-Simmons 68 #7 Samford 85 Stetson 93 - ot UTSA 83 Centenary 95

Tournament MVP Derrick Owens

UALR

All-Tournament Carl Brown Frank Ireland Larry Robinson James Scott Marro Hawkins

UALR Stet Cent UALR Cent

1991 • March 5-7 • DeLand, Fla. • Edmunds Center • Hosted by Stetson University Quarterfinals - March 5 #1 UTSA 77 #5 Georgia State 70 #6 UALR 70 #2 Centenary 93 Semifinals - March 6 Georgia State 94 UALR 80 Finals - March 7 Georgia State 80

#8 Mercer 55 #4 Stetson 64 #3 Georgia Southern 65 #7 Samford 82 UTSA 84 Centenary 73 UALR 60

Tournament MVP Chris Collier

GSU

All-Tournament Phillip Luckydo James Scott David Redman Keith Horne Patrick Greer

GSU UALR UALR UTSA Cent

1992 • March 6-7, 11 • Quarterfinals/Semifinals at Atlanta, Ga. & Statesboro, Ga. - Finals at Statesboro, Ga. Quarterfinals - March 6 #1 Georgia Southern 106 #4 Samford 58 #6 Mercer 98 #2 Georgia State 84 Semifinals - March 7 Georgia Southern 81 Georgia State 75 Final - March 11 Georgia Southern 95

#8 SLU 86 #5 Stetson 44 #3 FIU 72 #7 Centenary 69 Samford 61 Mercer 68 Georgia State 82

Tournament MVP Charlton Young All-Tournament Bubba Sheafe Calvin Sinkfield Hank Washington Tony Windless Kenny Brown Phillip Luckydo Don Smiley Zavian Smith Nate Taylor

GaSo Sam GaSo SLU GaSo Mer GSU GSU GSU Cent

1993 • No Tournament Held 1994 • March 3-5 • Orlando Fla. • UCF Arena • Hosted by University of Central Florida Quarterfinals - March 3 #1 UCF 90 #4 Centenary 69 #6 Samford 78 #2 Stetson 91 Semifinals - March 4 UCF 93 Stetson 54 Final - March 5 UCF 70

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Tournament MVP Victor Saxton

UCF

All-Tournament Patrick Sams Darryl Davis Bryant Conner Ochiel Swaby Travis Garrett

Stet UCF Stet UCF Stet

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1995 • March 2-4 • Orlando Fla. • UCF Arena • Hosted by University of Central Florida #1 Stetson 56 #5 UCF 70 #6 Centenary 88 #2 Samford 57 SLU 64 - ot Georgia State 71 Mercer 57

Tournament MVP James Mazyck

FIU

All-Tournament Harvey Baker Reggie Elliott Scott Forbes Chance Solomon Matt Tchir

SLU Mer FIU Mer FIU

#1 Samford 55 - ot #4 Centenary 61 #3 SLU 80 #7 Stetson 59 FIU 76 Campbell 71 Mercer 77

Tournament MVP Harry Kennedy

UCF

All-Tournament Eric Riggs Howard Porter Reggie Elliott Scott Farley Ledon Green

UCF UCF Mer Mer Mer

1997 • February 27-March 1 • Charleston, S.C. • John Kresse Arena • Hosted by College of Charleston #4E Stetson 51 #3W Georgia State 57 #3E Campbell 55 #4W Centenary 71 Samford 67 SLU 63 FIU 73

Tournament MVP Anthony Johnson

CoC

All-Tournament Rodney Conner Joe Cross Thad Delaney Gene Derkack Dedric Taylor

CoC FIU CoC FIU FIU

#8 Campbell 64 #5 Samford 70 #6 Stetson 59 #7 Centenary 74 UCF 66 Georgia State 80 FIU 63

Tournament MVP Sedric Webber

CoC

All-Tournament Shane McCravy Jermel President Carlos Arroyo Mark Jones Rodney Hamilton

CoC CoC FIU UCF GSU

1999 • February 25-27 • Jacksonville, Fla. • Memorial Coliseum • Hosted by Jacksonville University #8 Campbell 51 #4 Stetson 54 #6 Jacksonville 58 #7 Troy 55 Centenary 54 Georgia State 60 UCF 67

Tournament MVP Marc Salyers

Sam

All-Tournament Will Daniel Quincy Gause Mario Lovett Reed Rawlings Chris Weaver

Sam GSU UCF Sam Sam

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Quarterfinals - February 25 #1 Samford 67 #5 Centenary 57 #3 Georgia State 78 #2 UCF 66 Semifinals - February 26 Samford 62 UCF 67 Final - February 27 Samford 89

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Quarterfinals - February 26 #1 Charleston 78 #4 UCF 94 #3 Georgai State 80 #2 FIU 101 Semifinals - February 27 Charleston 81 FIU 82 Final - February 28 Charleston 72

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1998 • February 26-28 • Charleston, S.C. • John Kresse Arena • Hosted by College of Charleston

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

Quarterfinals - February 27 #1W Samford 60 #2E FIU 70 #2W SLU 61 #1E Charleston Semifinals - February 28 FIU 90 Charleston 93 Final - March 5 Charleston 83

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Quarterfinals - February 29 #8 FIU 58 #5 Mercer 72 #6 UCF 83 #2 Campbell 67 Semifinals - March 1 Mercer 101 UCF 80 Final - March 2 UCF 86

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1996 • February 29-March 2 • DeLand, Fla. • Edmunds Center • Hosted by Stetson University

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

Quarterfinals - March 2 #8 FIU 63 #4 SLU 81 #3 Mercer 90 #7 Georgia State 1 Semifinals - March 3 FIU 65 Mercer 81 Final - March 4 FIU 68

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Tournament Results

2000 • March 1-4 • Jacksonville, Fla. • Memorial Coliseum • Hosted by Jacksonville University First Round - March 1 #8 Mercer 55 #10 Florida Atlantic 66 Quarterfinals - March 2 Mercer 79 #5 UCF 74 #3 Samford 80 #2 Georgia State 77 Semifinals - March 3 UCF 84 Samford 83

#9 Jacksonville 48 #7 Stetson 56 #1 Troy 75 #4 Jacksonville State 55 #6 Campbell 61 Florida Atlantic 54 Mercer 79 Georgia State 80

Final - March 4 Samford 78

UCF 69

Tournament MVP Marc Salyers

Sam

All-Tournament Scott Emerson Mario Lopez Reed Rawlings Pau l Reed D’Quarius Stewart

Mer Sam Sam UCF UCF

2001 • February 28-March 3 • Atlanta, Ga. • GSU Sports Arena • Hosted by Georgia State University First Round - February 28 #9 Florida Atlantic 70 #10 UCF 100 Quarterfinals - March 1 #1 Georgia State 96 #5 Samford 44 #3 Stetson 71 #2 Troy 89 Semifinals - March 2 Georgia State 66 Troy 78

#8 Campbell 65 #7 Jacksonville State 57 Florida Atlantic 57 #4 Jacksonville 41 #6 Mercer 67 UCF 68 Samford 56 Stetson 69

Final - March 3 Georgia State 79

Troy 55

Tournament MVP Thomas Terrell

GSU

All-Tournament Shernard Long Kevin Morris LeMayne Wilson Derrick Davis Robert Rushing

GSU GSU Troy Troy Troy

2002 • February 28-March 2 • Orlando, Fla. • UCF Arena • Hosted by University of Central Florida Quarterfinals - February 28 #1 Georgia State 82 #5 UCF 84 #3 Florida Atlantic 59 #7 Jacksonville State 69 Semifinals - March 1 Georgia State 82 Florida Atlantic 55 Final - March 2 Florida Atlantic 76

#8 Belmont 79 #4 Samford 74 #6 Jacksonville 50 #2 Troy 62 UCF 64 Jacksonville State 47 Georgia State 75

Tournament MVP Thomas Terrell

GSU

All-Tournament Raheim Brown Bam Campbell Jeff Cowans Ernest Crumbley Lamont McIntosh

FAU GSU FAU FAU GSU

2003 • March 6-8 • Atlanta, Ga. • GSU Sports Arena • Hosted by Georgia State University Quarterfinals - March 6 #1 Mercer 73 #5 UCF 68 #3 Troy 70 #7 Georgia State 76 Semifinals - March 7 UCF 79 Troy 71 Final - March 8 Troy 80

#8 Jacksonville 57 #4 Jacksonville State 51 #6 Samford 54 #2 Belmont 58 Mercer 59 Georgia State 61 UCF 69

Tournament MVP Ben Fletcher

Troy

All-Tournament Ray Abellard Greg Davis Ed Dotson Rob Lewin Nate Williams

UCF Troy UCF Troy GSU

2004 • March 4-6 • Nashville, Tenn. • Curb Event Center • Hosted by Belmont University Quarterfinals - March 4 #1 Troy 85 #4 Georgia State 55 #3 Belmont 71 #2 UCF 71 Semifinals - March 5 Troy 63 UCF 64 Final - March 6 UCF 60

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#8 Florida Atlantic 82 #5 Stetson 47 #6 Mercer 63 #7 Jacksonville 63 Georgia State 62 Belmont 62 Troy 55

Tournament MVP Dexter Lyons

UCF

All-Tournament Steve Drabyn Greg Davis Herbert Evans Rob Lewin Josh Bodden

Bel Troy Troy Troy UCF

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Tournament Results

2005 • March 3-5 • Nashville, Tenn. • Curb Event Center • Hosted by Belmont University #8 Troy 62 #5 Lipscomb 64 #6 Georgia State 61 #7 Mercer 68 Jacksonville 76 Belmont 61 Gardner-Webb 54

Tournament MVP Gary Johnson

UCF

All-Tournament Brian Bender Brian Collins Simon Conn Jesse Kimbrough Josh Peppers

GWU Bel GWU JU UCF

#8 Mercer 62 #7 Campbell 76 #3 Florida Atlantic 44 #5 ETSU 63 Gardner-Webb 51 Stetson 59 Lipscomb 69 - ot

Tournament MVP Justin Hare

Bel

All-Tournament Eddie Ard Lakory Daniels Josh Goodwin E.J. Gordon Tim Smith

Lip Lip Bel Stet ETSU

2007 • March 1-3 • Johnson City, Tenn. • Memorial Center • Hosted by East Tennessee State University #8 Stetson 61 #7 Gardner-Webb 61 #3 Jacksonville 85 - OT #5 Mercer 49 Lipscomb 72 Campbell 63 ETSU 67

Tournament MVP Justin Hare

Bel

All-Tournament Brian Fisk Courtney Pigram Andrew Preston Mike Smith Andy Wicke

Lip ETSU Bel ETSU Bel

#7 Mercer 57 #8 Campbell 66

Tournament MVP Shane Dansby

Bel

#3 Stetson 63 5 Lipscomb 74

All-Tournament Matthew Dotson Justin Hare Marcus Allen Ben Smith Thomas Sanders

Bel Bel JU JU GWU

Gardner-Webb 80 ETSU 65 Jacksonville 61

2009 • March 4-7 • Nashville, Tenn. • Allen Arena • Hosted by Lipscomb University #7 Stetson 76 #6 Mercer 64 #5 Campbell 52 Belmont 74 Lipscomb 72 Jacksonville 68

Tournament MVP Kevin Tiggs

ETSU

All-Tournament Courtney Pigram Mike Smith Lehmon Colbert Ben Smith Alex Renfroe

ETSU ETSU Jacksonville Jacksonville Bel

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Quarterfinals - March 5 #2 Jacksonville 65 #1 Belmont 75 Quarterfinals - March 6 #6 Gardner-Webb 82 #4 ETSU 81# Semifinals - March 7 Jacksonville 89 Belmont 69 Final - March 8 Belmont 79

WOMEN’S TEAMS

2008 • March 5-8 • Nashville, Tenn. • Allen Arena • Hosted by Lipscomb University

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

Quarterfinals - March 1 #1 ETSU 77 #2 Belmont 79 #6 Campbell 90 #4 Lipscomb 85 Semifinals - March 2 ETSU 77 Belmont 79 Final - March 3 Belmont 94

MEN’S HISTORY

Quarterfinals - March 2 #1 Lipscomb 78 #2 Belmont 90 #6 Stetson 54 #4 Gardner-Webb 64 Semifinals - March 3 Lipscomb 70 Belmont 72 Final - March 4 Belmont 74

MEN’S TEAMS

2006 • March 2-4 • Johnson City, Tenn. • Memorial Center • Hosted by East Tennessee State University

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

Quarterfinals - March 3 #1 Gardner-Webb 64 #4 Jacksonville 68 #3 Belmont 67 #2 UCF 81 Semifinals - March 4 Gardner-Webb 77 UCF 66 Final - March 5 UCF 63

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NCAA Tournament Results 2009 Dayton, Ohio #1 Pittsburgh #16 ETSU 2008 Washington, D.C. #2 Duke #15 Belmont 2007 Winston-Salem, N.C. #2 Georgetown #15 Belmont 2006 San Diego, Calif. #2 UCLA #15 Belmont 2005 Worcester, Mass. #2 Connecticut #15 UCF 2004 Milwaukee, Wisc. #3 Pittsburgh #14 UCF 2003 Nashville,Tenn. #3 Xavier #14 Troy 2002 Greenville, S.C. #2 Alabama #15 FAU

72 62

71 70

80 55

78 44

77 71

53 44

71 59

2001 Boise, Idaho #11 Georgia State #6 Wisconsin #3 Maryland #11 Georgia State 2000 Cleveland, Ohio #4 Syracuse #13 Samford 1999 Orlando, Fla. #3 St. John’s #14 Samford

50 49

1994 Lexington, Ky. #5 Wake Forest 68 #12 College of Charleston 58

1986 Minneapolis, Minn. #14 UALR #3 Notre Dame

90 83

79 60

#1 #16

#14 #3

66 80 2ot

79 65

1992 Atlanta, Ga. #2 Oklahoma State #15 Georgia Southern

100 73

1991 Atlanta, Ga. #1 Arkansas #16 Georgia State

117 76

1990 Salt Lake City, Utah #1 UNLV #16 UALR

102 72

69 43

1998 Chicago, Ill. #3 Stanford 67 #14 College of Charleston 57 1997 Memphis,Tenn. #12 College of Charleston 75 #5 Maryland 66 #4 #12

Arizona 73 College of Charleston 69

1996 Providence, R.I. #1 UMass #16 UCF

92 70

Purdue UCF

1989 Indianapolis, Ind. #4 Louisville #13 UALR 1988 Cincinnati, Ohio #3 Louisville #14 UTSA 1987 Syracuse, N.Y. #2 Syracuse #15 Georgia Southern

98 67

76 71

76 72

UALR N.C.State

1985 Atlanta, Ga. #2 Georgia Tech 65 #15 Mercer 58 1984 *Opening Round Dayton, Ohio Alcorn State 79 Houston Baptist 60 * 53-team field. Winner earned seed in Final 48. 1983 *Opening Round Dayton, Ohio Robert Morris 64 Georgia Southern 54 * 52-team field. Winner earned seed in Final 48. 1982 Pullman, Wash. #6 Iowa #11 NLU

70 63

1981 Austin,Texas #5 Arkansas #12 Mercer

73 67

92 76 70 62

86 78

1995 Boise, Idaho #1 UCLA #16 FIU

84 62

1996 Knoxville,Tenn. College of Charleston 55 Tennessee 49

1987 Little Rock, Ark. UALR Baylor

42 41

2009 Evansville, Ind. Belmont Evansville

Kingston, R.I. Rhode Island 62 ot College of Charleston 58

Little Rock, Ark. UALR Stephen F. Austin

54 48

Norfolk,Va. Old Dominion Belmont

1995 Providence, R.I. Providence 72 College of Charleston 67

Pine Bluff, Ark. UALR California

80 73

Semifinals New York, N.Y. LaSalle UALR

92 73

Consolation New York, N.Y. Nebraska UALR

76 67

1979 Charlottesville,Va. Virginia NLU

79 78

92 56

79 73

NIT Results 2009 Gainesville, Fla. #1 Florida #8 Jacksonville 2007 Clemson, S.C. #1 Clemson #8 ETSU 2006 El Paso,Texas UTEP Lipscomb 2004 Clarksville,Tenn. Austin Peay Belmont Niagara, N.Y. Niagara Troy 2002 Cookeville,Tenn. Tennessee Tech Georgia State

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64 57

85 66

65 59 87 83

64 62

1989 Birmingham, Ala. UAB Georgia Southern 1988 Little Rock, Ark. Louisiana Tech UALR Athens, Ga. Georgia Georgia Southern

83 74

66 56 53 48

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2009-10 A-Sun Basketball TV Schedule (Conference Games) Date Day Time Visitor Home 1/8 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET UNF FGCU 1/15 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET Mercer USC Upstate 1/22 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET Mercer Stetson 1/26 Tue. 6:00 p.m. CT Lipscomb Belmont 1/29 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET Jacksonville UNF 2/5 Fri. 6:00 p.m. CT Jacksonville Belmont 2/12 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET Kennesaw State ETSU 2/19 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET ETSU Campbell 2/27 Sat. TBA Atlantic Sun “Hot Game” 3/5 Fri. TBA Women’s Championship Semifinal #1 3/5 Fri. TBA Women’s Championship Semifinal #2 3/5 Fri. TBA Men’s Championship Semifinal #1 3/5 Fri. TBA Men’s Championship Semifinal #2 3/6 Sat. Noon ET Women’s Championship Final 3/6 Sat. 6:00 p.m. ET Men’s Championship Final All Atlantic Sun home games can be seen on ASun.TV

Network ESPN360 FSN/Sun Sports Big Ten Network FSN/Sun Sports WHAS-TV Big Ten Network SportSouth FSN Florida ESPNU FSN Ohio Sports 32 Fox College Sports ESPNU

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2009-10 A-Sun Basketball TV Schedule (Non-Conference Games) Date Day Time Visitor Home 11/13 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET FGCU Michigan State 11/15 Sun. 4:00 p.m. ET Stetson Florida 11/16 Mon. 8:30 p.m. ET USC Upstate Indiana 11/21 Sat. 4:30 p.m. ET Florida State Mercer 11/21 Sat. TBA ETSU Louisville 11/24 Tue. 6:00 p.m. CT Lipscomb Ohio State 11/27 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET Jacksonville South Carolina 12/4 Fri. 7:00 p.m. ET Florida Jacksonville 12/16 Wed. 9:00 p.m. ET UNF Northwestern 12/19 Sat. 1:00 p.m. CT Lipscomb Cincinnati 12/19 Sat. 2:00 p.m. ET UNF Marquette 12/21 Mon. 8:00 p.m. CT Lipscomb Arizona 12/29 Tue. 8:00 p.m. CT Belmont Kansas

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ETSU Picked to Defend POSTSEASON Title The Lady Bucs, 30-6 in conference play in the last two seasons, will attempt to win their third consecutive Atlantic Sun Championship in 2009-10. Top scorer and 2009 Atlantic Sun Player of the Year Siarre Evans returns to pace the Lady Bucs, as well as Atlantic Sun Defensive player of the Year Latisha Belcher. Evans led the Lady Buccaneers and the A-Sun in scoring (16.4) and rebounding (10.3). Evans begins the season ranking sixth all-time on the ETSU scoring list with 1,323 points. FGCU Tops Women’s Preseason Poll FGCU earned top billing in the Atlantic Sun Conference preseason coaches’ poll, after winning the regular-season crown a season ago with a 17-3 A-Sun record. The Eagles return all five starters, including a pair of Preseason All-Atlantic Sun performers, as they begin defense of their crown. One such player, Adrianne McNally, a senior from Howell, Mich., earned 2008-09 First-Team All-Atlantic Sun honors after averaging 14.6 points per game. Fellow Eagle Chelsea Lyles joined McNally on the Preseason All-Atlantic Sun squad. The senior chipped in with 14.0 points per contest. After earning a spot in the postseason Women’s NIT each of the last two years, the Eagles host a first-round contest in this season’s Preseason Women’s NIT Belmont’s Big Dance CHANCES The Belmont women’s basketball team enters its 2009-10 campaign with the mission of returning to the Big Dance for the second time in program history. Head Coach Tony Cross has lined up a rigorous slate with non-conference opponents from seven different leagues which will prepare the Bruins in their quest to return to the NCAA Tournament. Belmont took third in the coaches’ poll, 14 points behind ETSU. The Bruins’ representation on the Preseason All-Atlantic Sun team comes courtesy of guard Amber Rockwell. The senior, from Tuscaloosa Ala., played in all 31 contests and started in all but one.

Kennesaw’s Greteya Kelley LEADS YOUTHFUL OWLS As one of the youngest women’s basketball teams in the Atlantic Sun, Coach Tilley and the Lady Owls welcome seven freshmen to the squad this season as they have just four upper-classmen on the roster in seniors Greteya Kelley, Gia Lockett, DeAndrea Bullock and Montinique Nixon. Conference coaches’ selected the Owls to finish sixth in the ASun preseason coaches’ poll and placed guard Kelley on the Preseason All-Atlantic Sun Team. Last season, she led the Owls with 2.64 steals per game. McMILLAN LOOKS TO HEAD AN UPSTATE UPRISING USC Upstate landed the eighth position in the Atlantic Sun Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll and returns their top six scorers, including Chelsea McMillan, to the Preseason All-Atlantic Sun squad. The junior, from Quincy, Fla., is the second player in school history to earn Preseason All-Atlantic Sun honors, joining Courtney Hawkins. The forward finished the 2009 season as one of only three players in the A-Sun to finish in the top 10 in scoring and rebounding. McMillan also finished third in the A-Sun in blocks, 1.50 per game. Upstate finished its second season of Division I play one of the most improved teams in the nation, as the Spartans’ eight-win improvement was the 20th-best in the nation. A-Sun Championship Moves to Macon in March For the third straight year, the Atlantic Sun Conference will hold its men’s and women’s basketball championships at the same arena. Mercer University and the University Center will serve as hosts for the first time with General Shale Brick returning as the title sponsor. The event begins on Wednesday, March 3 with a pair of quarterfinal games and concludes on Saturday, March 6 with the championship.

Campbell ENJOYS NEW DIGS The Lady Camels enter their second season inside the John W. Pope, Jr. Convocation Center, where they set home attendance records a year ago, and boasted a strong home record that included a 4-0 start and a 9-6 overall ledger. The Lady Camels’ 4-0 start matched the 1998-99 team’s stellar beginnings, marking CU’s best effort in 10 years.

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Siarre Evans - ETSU 2008-09 Stats 16.4 PPG, 10.4 RPG,

Courtney Jackson - Jacksonville 2008-09 Stats 8.3 PPG, 3.8 RPG,

LaTonya Jackson - Mercer 2008-09 Stats 13.2 PPG, 35.6 - Pt. FG Pct.

Greteya Kelly - Kennesaw State 2008-09 Stats 10.9 PPG, 4.2 RPG

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FGCU earned top billing in the Atlantic Sun Conference preseason coaches’ poll, edging out ETSU, the two-time defending A-Sun champions, and Belmont.

FGCU (6)

112

2.

ETSU (4)

111

3.

Belmont (1)

97

4.

Jacksonville

71

5.

Mercer

66

6.

Kennesaw State

63

7.

FGCU

58

8.

USC Upstate

44

9.

UNF

40

10.

Lipscomb

35

11.

Campbell

29

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FGCU, last season’s regular-season champions, tallied a 17-3 A-Sun record last season and return all five starters, including a pair of Preseason All-Atlantic Sun performers as they begin defense of their crown. One such player, Adrianne McNally, a senior from Howell, Mich., shined last season as she earned 2008-09 First-Team All-Atlantic Sun honors and A-Sun All-Academic honors. The forward started in all 31 games for the Eagles, averaging 14.6 points per game. McNally finished the season ranked first in field goal percentage (.505), fourth in scoring, sixth in assists (3.26) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.05), seventh in minutes (31.6) and 10th in rebounding (6.3).

1.

Tournament Champ: ETSU

A-SUN MEDIA POLL Team (1st Place)

Pts.

1.

FGCU (9)

199

2.

ETSU (8)

194

3.

Belmont

158

Hometown

4.

Jacksonville

142

Martinsville,Va.

5.

Mercer

120

6.

Stetson

119

7.

Kennesaw State

112

8.

UNF

63

9.

Campbell

61

10.

USC Upstate

60

11.

Lipscomb

57

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The ETSU Lady Bucs feature 2009 Preseason All-Conference Player of the Year Siarre Evans. Last season, the senior, from Griffin, Ga., earned Atlantic Sun Player of the Year, First-Team All-Conference, A-Sun Tournament MVP and a pair of A-Sun Player of the Week accolades. The NCAA Division I State Farm Coaches’ selected Evans as a finalist for All-America Basketball Team and she received a WBCA National Player of the Month Honorable Mention in February. She started in all 31 games and averaged a team high 34.7 minutes, leading the Lady Buccaneers and the A-Sun in scoring (16.4) and rebounding (10.3). Evans ranks sixth all-time on the ETSU scoring list (1,323 points) and seventh all-time on the ETSU rebounding charts (779), scoring in double figures in 27 of the 31 games and tallying 18 double-doubles as a junior, moving her career total to 33. Evans also averaged 16 points and 12.5 rebounds at the Atlantic Sun Tournament.

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FGCU Tops Women’s Basketball Preseason Poll

Name

School

Pos. Ht.

Class Sr.

Latisha Belcher

ETSU

F

6-2

Siarre Evans

ETSU

F/G

5-11 Sr.

Griffin, Ga.

Courtney Jackson Jacksonville

G

5-10 Sr.

Atlanta, Ga.

LaToya Jackson

Mercer

G

5-6

Jr.

Oklahoma City, Okla.

Greteya Kelly

Kennesaw State G

5-9

Jr.

Lawrenceville, Ga.

Chelsea Lyles

FGCU

F

6-0

Sr.

Colordo Springs, Colo.

Chelsea McMillian USC Upstate

G

6-0

Jr.

Quincy, Fla.

Adrianne McNally FGCU

F

5-11 Sr.

Howell, Mich.

Amber Rockwell

Belmont

G

5-8

Tuscaloosa, Ala.

TaRonda Wiles

ETSU

G/F

5-10 Sr.

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Danville,Va.

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Sr.

MEN’S HISTORY

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Chelsea McMillian - USC Upstate 2008-09 Stats 12.2 PPG, 7.8 RPG

Adrianne McNally - FGCU 2008-09 Stats 14.6 PPG, 6.3 RPG

Amber Rockwell - Belmont 2008-09 Stats 14.7 PPG, 40.2 FG Pct.

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Chelsea Lyles - FGCU 2008-09 Stats 14.0 PPG, 5.4 RPG

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2010 Atlantic Sun Women’s Basketball Championship Mercer University - March 3-6 University Center - Macon, Ga.

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Wednesday March 3/ Thursday March 4

Friday March 5 Saturday March 6

#1 Seed

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#8 Seed #4 Seed

#5 Seed

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#3 Seed

* The 2010 A-Sun Champion will receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament

#6 Seed

#7 Seed Tiebreaker Format The following formula shall be used, in order,until the tie is broken:

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a. Compare tied teams’ (two or more) won-loss percentage versus all teams involved in the tie.

Tournament History For the third time in conference history, the men’s and women’s championships will be contested at the same venue. Mercer hosts the 2010 Atlantic Sun Championships.

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Championship Participants The A-Sun Championship will be a four-day,single-elimination tournament. Kennesaw State and North Florida are eligible for the women’s basketball championship for the first time in 2009-10. Florida Gulf Coast and USC Upstate are ineligible until 2011-12 due to NCAA reclassifying rules. The remaining eight teams will be seeded according to conference winning percentage.

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Belmont University BRUINS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

Pos

Ht

Cl.

Hometown/Previous School

1 3 5 12 14 15 20 22 23 24 30 33 35 44 50

G G G G G G G G/F F/G P P F G P P

5-6 5-8 5-8 5-9 5-9 5-9 5-8 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-2 5-7 6-2 6-2

Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Jr. So Sr. So. Fr.

Dyersburg, Tenn./Dyersburg Accounting Dunwoody, Ga. /Dunwoody H.S. Undeclared Knoxville, Tenn. /Knoxville West Marketing Franklin, Tenn. /Harpeth Hall Undeclared Rceland, Ky. /Raceland Art Education Fayetteville, Ga. /Fayettville County Exercise Science Tuscaloosa, Ala. /Hillcrest Exercise Science Charleston, Tenn. /Cleveland Nursing Memphis, Tenn. /Hillcrest Nursing Harvest, Ala. /Mississippi State Nursing Franklin, Ky. /Franklin-Simpson Physical Education Waynesboro, Tenn. /Wayne County Pharm. Studies Henderson, Tenn. /Chester County Accounting Scottsboro, Ala. /Scottsboro Early Child Education Brentwood, Tenn. /Brentwood Undeclared

Shaunda Strayhorn Kristin Nash Crystal Kesler Julianne Downs Whitney Seals Kristin Bunch Amber Rockwell Cacy Burtnett Tereva Moore Shai Wilkins Rachel Swisher Tristan Daniel LaWanna Holiday Haley Nelson Alyssa Visbeen

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

14.7 4.6 2.9 42.4 36 78.3 1.7 1.2 31.4

Tony Cross

Amber Rockwell Haley Nelson LaWanna Holiday Haley Nelson Amber Rockwell Amber Rockwell LaWanna Holiday Haley Nelson Amber Rockwell

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Alma Mater: Belmont (1974) Office: 615-460-6264 Record at Belmont: 529-239 Overall Record: Same

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School Facts BRUINS IN THE NCAA Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Tenn. 2007 Dallas Region (Minneapolis, Minn.) Location...................................................... Nashville, Founded...........................................1951 Mar 17 Georgia L, 36-53 Founded.........................................................................1951 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment.....................................................................5017 Member Since...............................................................2001 Since................................2001 Member BRUINS IN THE WNIT Nickname..................................................................... ......................................Bruins Nickname. Bruins 2006 (Cookeville, Tenn.) Colors..............................................Navy ............................................NavyBlue, Blue,Red, Red,White White Colors. President.........................................Dr. Dr.Robert RobertC.C.Fisher Fisher Mar 15 at Tennessee Tech L, 55-5 President........................................... Athletics Director. Director..................................... .......................Mike Strickland Athletics Mike Strickland Faculty Athletics Athletics Rep.. Rep.................................... ..................Rich Tiner Faculty Dr. Rich Tiner Senior Woman Woman Administrator................Betty Administrator....Betty Wiseman Senior Wiseman Facility Information Home Court...................................... Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Curb Event Center Year Opened.................................................................2003 Opened..................................2003 Year Capacity...........................................................................5000 .........................................5000 Capacity. Home Record............................................................. Record................................ Home 58-19 Team Facts Head Coach......................................................Tony Coach...................................Rick Byrd Head Cross AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Assistant ............................ DonnaAlexander Brown-Wynn Assistant Coach. Coach............................................ ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Yvette Sparks Assistant Coach. Coach...........................................Jonathan ...........................Roger Idstrom Davis Assistant 2008-09 Record. Record........................................................... ...........................25-9 2008-09 18-13 A-Sun Record/Finish. Record/Finish...........................................12-8/T-4th ...................14-2/1st A-Sun Starters R/L......................................................................4/1 R/L....................................3/2 Starters Letterwinners R/L. R/L............................................................7/1 .......................9/3 Letterwinners Team History ..................2 Regular Season Titles......................................................... 3 ...........2008 Last Regular Season Title............................................2007 Tournament Titles.............................................................. Titles.........................3 1 .................2008 Last Tournament Title..................................................2007 Appearance.....2009 Last Tournament Appearance....................................2009 Record.....................11-4 (7 Tournament Record........................6-7 (8 AppearAppearances) ances)

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Academic Major

Year

School

Overall Pct.

A-Sun

1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont

14-16 17-15 23-8 24-6 21-11 28-4 32-5 29-7 23-10 32-3 21-11 26-8 20-10 16-10 19-8 20-8 14-14 19-9 19-10 16-11 17-11 22-8 25-7 14-16 18-13

Greg Sage 13-7 .679 9-7 .563 14-6 .700 12-8 .600 17-3 .850 16-2 .889 8-8 .500 12-8 .600

.467 .531 .742 .800 .656 .875 .865 .806 .697 .914 .656 .765 .667 .615 .703 .714 .500 .679 .655 .593 .607 .733 .781 .467 .580

Pct.

Career Record 529-239 A-Sun Record 101-49 NCAA Appearances -1 (2007) WNIT Appearances - 1 (2006)

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball Contact....................Kenisha Rohone Office............................................ 615-460-5990 Fax................................................. 615-460-5584 e-mail.................kenisha.rhone@belmont.edu Press Row....................................... 615-460-8554 Web site..................... www.BelmontBruins.com

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Belmont bruins Avg Avg 14.7 15.2 13.0 13.4 6.9 6.0 6.4 6.5 6.1 5.7 5.2 5.2 3.8 4.2 3.6 3.1 3.0 2.8 2.3 2.5 0.5 0.0 61.1 60.2 59.5 59.9

2008-09 RESULTS

09-10 SCHEDULE W, 60-43 W, 61-60 W, 67-61 L, 76-86 L, 46-68 L, 61-70 L, 57-64 W, 45-43

MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer 1 - NAU Thanksgiving Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) All Times Central

UNIVERSITY FACTS

- Amber Rockwell returns as the leading score for the Bruins. - Alumna Trisha Yearwood will host this year’s annual Rockwell also ranks tops among returning Bruins in 3-point “Christmas at Belmont” concert, which will be broadcast nationally on PBS Dec. 23 and feature more than 400 percentage, free throw percentage and minutes. student performers

Haley Nelson returns as the Bruins leader rebounds, blocks and field goal percentage.

- Belmont returns four starters and seven letter winners from - The University was recently awarded a $575,000 grant from a team that lost in the semifinals of the A-Sun tournament in the National Science Foundation to support scholarships for students in the areas of science, technology, engineering 2009. and mathematics

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE 2009-10 BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

- Head Coach Tony Cross looks to lead the Bruins to their - 100 percent of Belmont’s May 2009 Nursing graduates 26th consecutive season with at least 14 wins. With 21 wins in passed the national licensure exam for RN’s, compared to the 2009-10 season, Cross will pick up his 550 career win. the national average of 87.5 percent

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES

FEBRUARY 1 * at ETSU 3:45 p.m. 6 * JACKSONVILLE 2:00 p.m. 8 * UNF 7:00 p.m. 13 * at USC Upstate 3:30 p.m. 18 * at Stetson 4:30 p.m. 20 * at FGCU 6:30 p.m. 25 * MERCER 5:00 p.m. 27 * KENNESAW STATE 5:00 p.m.

WOMEN’S TEAMS

NOVEMBER 13 CENTRAL ARKANSAS 6:00 p.m. 18 at Tennessee-Martin 7:30 p.m. 21 ALABAMA 5:00 p.m. 27 1 vs. Oregon State 5:05 p.m. 28 1 TBD TBD DECEMBER 3 * at Kennesaw State 4:00 p.m. 5 * at Mercer Noon 16 SOUTHERN MISS 7:00 p.m. W, 67-52 19 at Tennessee Tech 6:00 p.m. L, 49-51 30 at Tennessee State 7:00 p.m. JANUARY 2:00 p.m. 1 - Lady Eagle Thanksgiving Invitational 2 * FGCU 4 * STETSON 5:00 p.m. 2 - Crimson Tide Holiday Classic 7 * USC UPSTATE 5:00 p.m. 3 - Atlantic Sun Championship 11 * at Lipscomb 5:15 p.m. 14 * at UNF 4:30 p.m. 16 * at Jacksonville Noon 21 * CAMPBELL 5:00 p.m. 23 * ETSU 2:00 p.m. 30 * at Campbell Noon FEBRUARY 7 * at Campbell 10 * at Lipscomb 13 * USC UPSTATE 15 * ETSU 19 * at Kennesaw State 21 * at Mercer 26 * UNF 28 * JACKSONVILLE MARCH 5 3 vs Campbell 6 3 vs Jacksonville

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 16 MEMPHIS W, 69-60 22 TENNESSEE TECH W, 68-62 25 at Austin Peay L, 48-49 28 1 vs. Michigan L, 60-64 29 1 vs. Alcorn State W, 77-65 DECEMBER 4 * at Jacksonville W, 51-45 6 * at North Florida W, 60-34 9 TENNESSEE STATE W, 78-72(OT) 17 UT MARTIN W, 72-48 29 2 vs. Alabama L, 49-58 30 2 vs. Richmond L, 52-65 JANUARY 3 * STETSON W, 63-60 5 * FGCU W, 60-55 10 * CAMPBELL W,46-41 12 * LIPSCOMB L, 66-76 15 * at ETSU L, 51-69 17 * at USC Upstate W, 64-49 22 * MERCER W, 71-69 24 * KENNESAW STATE L, 59-61 29 * at Stetson W, 72-70 31 * at FGCU L, 65-77

MEN’S HISTORY

Returning Players in Italics

MEN’S TEAMS

TO Blk Stl Pts TO Blk Stl Pts 78 4 37 457 44 2 20 303 99 77 42 402 60 43 24 267 53 15 15 187 31 11 6 96 44 4 31 198 25 2 23 130 96 8 52 189 56 5 31 113 27 6 14 124 19 6 14 94 26 33 13 105 16 21 9 72 27 5 7 75 12 4 4 37 20 3 20 82 7 2 9 45 54 2 7 69 28 2 6 47 5 0 2 5 1 0 1 0 9 8 538 157 240 1893 307 98 147 1204 525 79 235 1844 311 49 128 1198

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A 31 79 110 3.5 48 1 56 15 51 66 3.3 29 0 33 93 180 273 8.8 96 3 49 57 115 172 8.6 63 2 32 21 47 68 2.5 51 0 24 14 29 43 2.7 26 0 13 47 78 125 4.0 72 2 41 39 44 83 4.2 45 1 27 17 91 108 3.5 85 6 91 8 56 64 3.2 50 2 60 23 76 99 4.1 41 0 22 16 57 73 4.1 31 0 18 35 93 128 4.6 47 2 9 20 63 83 4.9 33 1 6 17 32 49 2.3 33 0 15 9 16 25 2.1 15 0 5 15 20 35 1.3 29 0 6 10 13 23 1.4 19 0 4 13 27 40 1.3 50 1 31 8 22 30 1.6 30 1 22 3 6 9 0.8 7 0 1 3 4 7 1.4 5 0 1 51 77 128 4.1 0 35 53 88 4.4 0 366 806 1172 37.8 559 15 345 234 523 757 37.8 346 7 221 446 821 1267 40.9 543 - 353 254 545 799 40.0 355 7 248

INSIDE THE ASUN

TOTAL 3-PTS ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 20 ROCKWELL, Amber 31 30 974 31.4 147 366 .402 73 203 .360 90 115 .783 Conference-Only... 20 19 621 31.1 96 237 .405 50 135 .370 61 77 .792 41 BOBBITT, Jessica 31 31 950 30.6 145 314 .462 6 26 .231 106 143 .741 Conference-Only... 20 20 610 30.5 93 212 .439 5 18 .278 76 103 .738 22 BURTNETT, Cacy 27 16 674 25.0 60 189 .317 37 128 .289 30 45 .667 Conference-Only... 16 10 428 26.8 31 107 .290 16 66 .242 18 25 .720 15 BUNCH, Kristin 31 17 856 27.6 53 182 .291 23 80 .288 69 104 .663 Conference-Only... 20 12 561 28.1 37 111 .333 13 49 .265 43 66 .652 35 HOLIDAY, LaWanna 31 30 858 27.7 63 163 .387 35 98 .357 28 51 .549 Conference-Only... 20 19 544 27.2 39 112 .348 23 67 .343 12 25 .480 23 MOORE,Tereva 24 13 552 23.0 50 152 .329 9 35 .257 15 25 .600 Conference-Only... 18 11 442 24.6 39 123 .317 7 28 .250 9 17 .529 44 NELSON, Haley 28 6 419 15.0 42 99 .424 0 0 .000 21 42 .500 Conference-Only... 17 4 260 15.3 28 60 .467 0 0 .000 16 26 .615 33 DANIEL,Tristan 21 10 323 15.4 21 58 .362 9 31 .290 24 29 .828 Conference-Only... 12 4 160 13.3 9 26 .346 3 13 .231 16 19 .842 30 SWISHER, Rachel 27 1 292 10.8 30 98 .306 16 57 .281 6 8 .750 Conference-Only... 16 0 153 9.6 18 60 .300 8 34 .235 1 2 .500 05 KESLER, Crystal 30 1 267 8.9 21 79 .266 8 27 .296 19 34 .559 Conference-Only... 19 1 186 9.8 12 58 .207 4 19 .211 19 33 .576 14 SEALS,Whitney 11 0 61 5.5 2 12 .167 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 Conference-Only... 5 0 35 7.0 0 7 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 31 634 1712 .370 216 686 .315 409 598 .684 Conference-Only... 20 402 1113 .361 129 429 .301 271 393 .690 Opponents...... 31 627 1777 .353 159 522 .305 431 639 .674 Conference-Only... 20 410 1127 .364 115 332 .346 263 384 .685

61

Campbell University LADY CAMELS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

Pos

Ht

Cl.

Hometown/Previous School

10 11 12 15 20 22 24 25 30 40 41 44 50

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

5-6 5-7 5-7 5-8 6-3 5-8 6-1 6-1 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-10

So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. So.

Winfield, W.Va. /Winfield H.S. Criminal Justice Spring Hope, N.C. /Southern Nash H.S. Undeclared High Point, N.C. /T. Wingate Andrew H.S. Undeclared Wilson, N.C. /Beddingfield H.S. Undeclared Virginia Beach,Va. /First Colonial H.S. Undeclared Starkville, Miss. /Itawamba CC Accounting Colonial Heights,Va. /Colonial Heights H.S. Biology Campbellton, Fla. /Okaloosa Walton Biochemistry Oak Hill,Va. /Westfield H.S. Business Fayetteville, N.C. /South View H.S. Undeclared Evart, Mich. /Evart H.S. Criminal Justice Liberty, N.C. /Eastern Randolph H.S. Elementary Education Wake Forest, N.C./St. David’s School Sports Medicine

Kate Cloxton Alyse Hall Tonisha Baker Monique Spry Rachel Estenson Courtney Cannon Ashley Williamson Geami Britt Amanda O’Neill Jazmine Cooper Lauren Yesh Whitney Ferguson Katelyn Bass

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

9.1 6.5 1.8 45.1 37.8 74.6 1.0 0.5 26

Lauren Yesh Ashley Williamson Amanda O’Neill Geami Britt Geami Britt Ashley Williamson Amanda O’Neill Lauren Yesh Lauren Yesh

POSTSEASON LADY CAMELS IN THE NCAA 2000 East Region (Durham, N.C.) Mar. 18 Duke L, 42-71

LADY CAMELS IN THE WNIT None

Wanda Watkins

Alma Mater: Campbell (1979) Office: 910-893-1346 Record at Campbell: 433-344 Overall Record: Same

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn.N.C. Location.............................................Buies Creek, Founded...........................................1951 Founded.....................................................................1887 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment.................................................................6834 Member Since...........................................................1994 Since................................2001 Member Nickname........................................Bruins Nickname...............................................Fighting Camels Colors..............................................Navy Blue, Red, White Colors.................................................Orange and Black President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President.........................................Dr. Jerry M. Wallace Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director. . ............................. Stan Williamson Faculty Athletics Rep.....................Rich Tiner Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep.............................Dr. Gary Taylor Senior Woman Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator......... Malinda Ashcraft Facility Information Home Court Court..................................Curb Event Center Home John W. Pope Convocation Year Opened.............................................................2008 Opened..................................2003 Year Capacity......................................................................3,095 .........................................5000 Capacity. Home Record..............................................................9-6 Record................................ Home Team Facts Head Coach...................................Rick Byrd Watkins Coach..........................................Wanda Associate Head Coach................Casey Alexander Coach...............................Mary Weiss Assistant ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Coach. Coach............................................. Megan Hall Assistant ...........................Roger Idstrom Assistant Coach. Coach.........................ChoRhonda Gwaltney 2008-09 ...........................25-9 2008-09 Record. Record....................................................... 12-18 A-Sun ...................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish. Record/Finish........................................5-15/10th Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L..................................................................3/2 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L.......................................................7/6 Team History Regular Season Titles....................2 ................................................... 1 Last Regular Season Title.............2008 ......................................2001 Tournament Tournament Titles.........................3 Titles.......................................................... 1 Last Last Tournament Tournament Title. Title....................2008 ............................................2000 Last Last Tournament Tournament Appearance.....2009 Appearance................................2009 Tournament AppearTournament Record.....................11-4 Record............... 8-12 (13(7 Appearances) ances)

62

Academic Major

Year

School

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

Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell

Overall Pct.

19-10 14-10 12-12 19-8 20-7 20-7 23-5 17-11 14-14 22-7 18-10 16-10 16-11 15-13 13-14 14-14 17-10 17-11 22-9 22-7 13-15 9-19 9-18 9-18 11-18 8-21 12-17 12-18

A-Sun

Pct.

.655 .583 .500 .704 .741 .741 .893 .611 .500 .759 .643 .615 .593 .536 9-7 .562 .481 7-9 .437 .500 8-8 .500 .630 10-6 .625 .607 12-4 .750 .710 14-4 .778 .759 16-2 .889 .464 11-9 .550 .321 5-11 .313 .333 7-13 .350 .333 7-13 .350 .379 10-10 .500 .276 6-12 .333 .414 7-9 .438 .400 5-15 .250

Career Record 433-344 A-Sun Record 134-132

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball Contact........................Jason Williams Office............................................ 910-814-4367 Fax................................................. 910-893-1330 e-mail..........................jwilliams@campbell.edu Press Row....................................... 910-814-5541 Web site.............................www.GoCamels.com

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campbell LADY Camels Avg 9.1 9.0 8.9 8.6 7.9 7.4 5.7 5.3 5.7 6.4 4.7 4.3 4.2 3.8 4.1 3.8 3.3 1.6 2.1 1.8 2.1 2.4 1.8 2.4 0.3 0.1

Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 2 * at Mercer L, 49-67 5 * LIPSCOMB W, 70-56 7 * BELMONT L, 40-63 12 * at Jacksonville L, 51-73 14 * at North Florida L, 51-61 19 * ETSU L, 64-72 21 * USC UPSTATE W, 62-58 26 * FGCU L, 51-75 28 * STETSON W, 67-57 MARCH 5 1 vs Jacksonville L, 51-63

- Ashley Williamson led the led Campbell in rebounds per game and free throw percentage. Ashley Williamson returns as the Camels leader in rebounds and free throw percentage.

UNIVERSITY FACTS - Campbell’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business offers unique undergraduate programs in Trust and Wealth Management and Professional Golf Management. - The 2007 graduating class of the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law scored a 95% passage rate on the North Carolina Bar Exam. - This fall, Campbell fielded a football team for the first time in more than 50 years. The Camels are part of the Pioneer Football League. - Campbell University was established as a North Carolina Teaching Fellows institution in 2007. This prestigious program was initiated by the North Carolina General Assembly to help fund the education of high-achieving students in the state.

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE 2009-10 BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

- Lauren Yesh returns as the Camels leader in points, blocks and minutes from a season ago.

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES - Head Coach Wanda Watkins looks to claim her 450 win this season with 17 victories in 2009-10. Watkins holds a record of 433-344 at Campbell and a mark of 134-132 in Atlantic Sun conference play.

FEBRUARY 1 * LIPSCOMB 5:45 p.m. 4 * at Stetson 5:30 p.m. 6 * at FGCU 7:30 p.m. 11 * KENNESAW STATE 7:00 p.m. 13 * MERCER 1:00 p.m. 18 * ETSU 7:00 p.m. 20 * USC UPSTATE 1:00 p.m. 25 * at Jacksonville 5:00 p.m. 27 * at UNF 7:00 p.m. MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S TEAMS

1 - Atlantic Sun Championship

09-10 SCHEDULE NOVEMBER 13 WOFFARD 5:45 p.m. 16 COASTAL CAROLINA 7:00 p.m. 18 at NC Central 5:30 p.m. 24 at UNC Asheville 7:00 p.m. 27 UNF 4:00 p.m. DECEMBER 9 at High Point 7:00 p.m. 15 at Longwood 7:00 p.m. 19 * JACKSONVILLE 1:00 p.m. 21 WINTHROP 7:00 p.m. 30 WINSTON-SALEM STATE 5:45 p.m. JANUARY 2 * at USC Upstate 4:30 p.m. 4 LONGWOOD 7:00 p.m. 7 * at Mercer 5:00 p.m. 9 * at Kennesaw State 5:00 p.m. 14 * FGCU 5:45 p.m. 16 * STETSON 1:00 p.m. 21 * at Belmont 5:00 p.m. CT 23 * at Lipscomb 1:00 p.m. CT 27 * at ETSU 4:45 p.m. 30 * BELMONT 1:00 p.m.

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 15 COKER W, 74-50 17 at Coastal Carolina L, 50-52 22 LONGWOOD W, 53-42 24 at Charleston Southern W, 90-81 DECEMBER 9 HIGH POINT W, 67-56 13 * at FGCU L, 46-73 15 * at Stetson L, 50-60 18 UNC ASHEVILLE W, 65-53 20 NORTH CAROLINA A&T L, 54-72 22 at Winston-Salem State W, 57-43 30 at Winthrop W, 54-43 JANUARY 3 * MERCER W, 56-50 5 * KENNESAW STATE L, 48-66 8 * at Lipscomb L, 45-69 10 * at Belmont L, 41-46 17 * JACKSONVILLE L, 57-72 19 * NORTH FLORIDA W, 61-38 22 * at ETSU L, 57-87 24 * at USC Upstate L, 61-69 31 * at Kennesaw State L, 57-73

MEN’S HISTORY

57.1 54.2 61.9 64.2

MEN’S TEAMS

TO Blk Stl Pts 62 14 27 274 40 12 19 179 48 9 24 266 29 4 19 171 78 11 17 236 50 5 12 147 63 8 28 166 39 3 22 101 58 0 27 170 36 0 15 128 60 3 38 140 44 3 24 86 53 7 23 121 43 4 15 75 40 14 8 107 31 5 6 76 77 1 19 96 43 1 10 31 11 6 7 51 6 2 4 27 51 1 17 59 37 1 12 45 5 0 0 21 0 0 0 17 4 1 3 5 3 0 2 1 14 12 624 75 238 1712 413 40 160 1084 520 102 336 1857 366 65 218 1285

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A 59 97 156 5.2 42 0 37 38 67 105 5.3 22 0 25 18 78 96 3.2 45 0 33 11 45 56 2.8 27 0 19 76 120 196 6.5 82 1 20 48 67 115 5.8 51 0 9 32 85 117 4.0 55 0 53 18 55 73 3.8 38 0 35 8 48 56 1.9 48 0 82 7 27 34 1.7 38 0 52 61 46 107 3.6 48 0 47 42 30 72 3.6 32 0 31 34 71 105 3.6 45 0 18 30 48 78 3.9 36 0 13 43 72 115 4.4 43 0 14 36 50 86 4.3 31 0 11 1 28 29 1.0 18 0 56 0 13 13 0.7 8 0 32 10 31 41 1.7 19 0 9 7 18 25 1.7 9 0 4 13 41 54 1.9 25 0 38 5 23 28 1.5 15 0 20 3 12 15 1.3 5 0 0 2 5 7 1.0 2 0 0 4 0 4 0.3 5 0 4 3 0 3 0.3 3 0 0 51 49 100 3.3 1 33 33 66 3.3 1 413 778 1191 39.7 481 1 411 280 481 761 38.0 313 0 251 372 703 1075 35.8 503 - 394 234 488 722 36.1 325 4 274

INSIDE THE ASUN

TOTAL 3-PTS ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 41 YESH, Lauren 30 24 779 26.0 103 247 .417 9 34 .265 59 93 .634 Conference-Only... 20 16 525 26.3 67 169 .396 5 20 .250 40 52 .769 25 BRITT, Geami 30 8 600 20.0 106 235 .451 28 74 .378 26 40 .650 Conference-Only... 20 4 389 19.5 70 157 .446 20 54 .370 11 19 .579 24 WILLIAMSON, Ashley 30 21 548 18.3 93 223 .417 0 1 .000 50 67 .746 Conference-Only... 20 14 355 17.8 55 141 .390 0 1 .000 37 49 .755 30 O’NEILL, Amanda 29 24 689 23.8 57 162 .352 16 49 .327 36 51 .706 Conference-Only... 19 18 450 23.7 34 113 .301 11 37 .297 22 32 .688 12 ARTHUR, Lauren 30 25 909 30.3 51 157 .325 23 81 .284 45 58 .776 Conference-Only... 20 18 646 32.3 41 116 .353 18 61 .295 28 35 .800 11 MACK, Jessica 30 24 616 20.5 45 131 .344 0 0 .000 50 97 .515 Conference-Only... 20 16 419 21.0 26 90 .289 0 0 .000 34 64 .531 15 OCHOGU, Lynisha 29 4 463 16.0 47 140 .336 9 48 .188 18 23 .783 Conference-Only... 20 3 316 15.8 29 95 .305 5 34 .147 12 16 .750 40 BELL, Gara 26 10 359 13.8 49 107 .458 0 0 .000 9 25 .360 Conference-Only... 20 6 270 13.5 36 81 .444 0 0 .000 4 16 .250 10 CLOXTON, Kate 29 5 414 14.3 37 108 .343 20 75 .267 2 6 .333 Conference-Only... 19 2 236 12.4 12 56 .214 7 42 .167 0 1 .000 50 BASS, Katelyn 24 0 159 6.6 21 43 .488 0 0 .000 9 18 .500 Conference-Only... 15 0 102 6.8 10 26 .385 0 0 .000 7 12 .583 21 SMITHBERGER, Lindsay 28 4 349 12.5 25 81 .309 7 33 .212 2 6 .333 Conference-Only... 19 2 225 11.8 19 54 .352 5 22 .227 2 6 .333 44 FERGUSON, Whitney 12 0 58 4.8 5 18 .278 2 4 .500 9 10 .900 Conference-Only... 7 0 36 5.1 4 14 .286 2 3 .667 7 8 .875 22 BELL, Cara 15 1 57 3.8 2 8 .250 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 Conference-Only... 9 1 31 3.4 0 5 .000 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 30 641 1660 .386 114 400 .285 316 496 .637 Conference-Only... 20 403 1117 .361 73 275 .265 205 312 .657 Opponents...... 30 683 1732 .394 168 536 .313 323 489 .661 Conference-Only... 20 479 1127 .425 123 350 .351 204 311 .656

63

EAST TENNESSEE STATE University LADY BUCCANEERS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

0 3 10 11 12 13 21 24 22 23 25 44 45 50

Tara Davis Natalie Pickwell Johneshia Good Tarita Gordon Iesha Robinson Ashley Crider Shannon White Tosha Austin TaRonda Wiles Natasha Dixon Gwen Washington Siarre Evans Latisha Belcher Ashley Benedict

Pos

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

Ht

5-5 5-11 5-7 5-5 5-9 6-2 5-11 6-2 5-10 5-4 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-3

Cl.

Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Fr.

Hometown/Previous School

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

16.4 10.3 4 46.3 32.9 74.8 2.9 0.8 34.7

LADY BUCS IN THE NCAA 2008 (Des Moines, Iowa) Mar 22 vs #3 Oklahoma State L, 73-85 2009 (Bowling Green, Ky.) Mar 22 vs. #4 Iowa State

L, 85-53

LADY BUCS IN THE WNIT 1995 (Amarillo, Texas) Mar 23 vs Texas A&M Mar 24 vs VCU Mar 25 vs Clemson

Karen Kemp

Siarre Evans Siarre Evans Tara Davis Latisha Belcher Siarre Evans Siarre Evans Latisha Belcher Latisha Belcher Siarre Evans

POSTSEASON

L, 50-71 W, 79-65 L, 66-107

2007 (Cullowhee, N.C.) Mar 15 at Western Carolina L, 63-91

Alma Mater: Berry College (1985) Office: 423-439-5330 Record at ETSU: 214-216 Overall Record: Same

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Location.............................................Johnson City, Tenn. Founded...........................................1951 Founded......................................................................1911 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment.............................................................. 13,600 Member Since............................................................2005 Since................................2001 Member Nickname........................................Bruins Nickname.............................................. Lady Buccaneers Colors..............................................Navy Blue, Red, White Colors...............................................Navy and Old Gold President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President........................................... Dr. Paul Stanton, Jr. Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director. . .................................... Dave Faculty Athletics Rep.....................Rich Tiner Mullins Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep............................... Dr. Susan Epps Senior Woman Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator......... Barbie Breedlove Facility Information Home Court.......................................Memorial Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Center Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened...........................................................1977 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity...................................................................6000 Home Record........................................................ Record................................ Home 38-11* Team Facts Head Coach.................................................Karen Coach...................................Rick Byrd Head Kemp Associate Head Head Coach..................DeShawne Coach................Casey Alexander Associate Blocker Assistant Coach. Coach............................................. ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Kelvin Long Assistant Coach. Coach.................................................Josh ...........................Roger IdstromWick Assistant 2008-09 Record.............................25-9 2008-09 Record....................................................... 20-10 A-Sun Record/Finish.....................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish......................................... 16-4/2nd Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L................................................................... 5/0 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L......................................................10/1 Team History Regular Season Titles.......................................................1 ..................2 Last Title. ............2008 LastRegular RegularSeason Season Title.....................................2008 Tournament Tournament Titles.........................3 Titles............................................................2 Last Tournament Title. ..................2008 Last Tournament Title...........................................2009 Last Tournament Appearance.....2009 Last Tournament Appearance..............................2009 Tournament Record.....................11-4 (7 AppearTournament Record.......................7-2 (4 Appearance) ances) * - Since Joining the A-Sun

64

Academic Major

Murfreesboro, Tenn. /Oakland Pre-Nursing Kingsport, Tenn. /Sullivan South Interior Design Johnson City, Tenn. /Science Hill Pre-Medicine Wichita, Kan. /Coffeyville CC Pre-Business Martinsburg, W.Va. /Martinsburg High Pre-Education Orlando, Fla. /Ocoee Sport & Leisure Management Kansas City, Kan. /Cloud City CC Pharmacy Chattanooga, Tenn. Engineering Technology Danville,Va. /Dan River Criminal Justice Brooklyn, N.Y. /Central Park Christian School Mass Communications Manassas,Va. /Stonewall Jackson High Business Griffin, Ga. /Spalding Sport/Leisure Mgmt. Martinsville,Va. /Magna Vista Pre-Education Rome, Ohio /Hathaway Brown Art

Year

School

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

ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU ETSU

Overall Pct.

21-9 9-17 11-17 11-15 16-12 15-12 7-21 10-18 9-19 13-14 13-17 18-10 20-12 21-12 20-11

.700 .346 .393 .423 .571 .556 .333 .357 .321 .481 .433 .643 .625 .636 .645

A-Sun

Pct.

14-6 14-4 14-2 16-4

.700 .778 .875 .800

Career Record 214-216 A-Sun Record 58-16 NCAA Appearances - 2 (2008, 2009) WNIT Appearances - 2 (1995, 2007)

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball Contact.......................... Kevin Brown Office.............................................423 439 5263 Fax..................................................423 439 6138 e-mail....................................brownk@etsu.edu Press Row........................................423 439 4329 Web site............................. www.ETSUBucs.com

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ETSU LADY Bucs Avg 16.4 17.5 16.2 16.9 11.9 13.2 8.1 7.9 7.2 7.2 3.3 4.2 3.2 2.5 2.1 2.3 2.0 2.1 1.3 1.9 0.7 1.2

70.4 74.2 67.0 66.2

MEN’S HISTORY

Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 5 * STETSON W, 92-63 7 * FGCU L, 69-71 13 * at Lipscomb W, 68-55 15 * at Belmont W, 86-76 19 * at Campbell W, 72-64 23 * at USC Upstate W, 90-84 26 * KENNESAW STATE W, 73-66 28 * MERCER L, 79-90 MARCH 6 1 vs Mercer W, 82-60 7 1 vs Jacksonville W, 58-52 22 2 vs Iowa State L, 53-85

NOVEMBER 13 CHATTANOOGA 15 at Mississippi State 22 at Arkansas 28 1 vs. Arizona State 29 1 at Hawaii DECEMBER 5 * UNF 17 at Appalachian State 21 * JACKSONVILLE 28 at Vanderbilt 31 at North Carolina JANUARY 4 * at USC Upstate 7 * at Kennesaw State 9 * at Mercer 14 * STETSON 21 * at Lipscomb 23 * at Belmont 27 * CAMPBELL 30 * LIPSCOMB

4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:45 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:45pm 1:30pm

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer 1 - Waikiki Beach Marriott Rainbow Wahine Classic (Manoa, Hawaii)

UNIVERSITY FACTS

- ETSU looks for its fourth consecutive 20 wins and the Lady Bucs will also try for their fifth consecutive season with 14 conference wins. The Lady Bucs hold an A-Sun best recrod of 58-16 over the past four season.

- ETSU has been named a “Best Southeastern College” by The Princeton Review, thus earning the “Best in the Southeast” designation for inclusion in 2009 Best Colleges: Region by Region on the Review’s Web site.

- Siarre Evans, TaRonda Wiles and Latisha Belcher were all named to the A-Sun Preseason All-Conference team. Evans head lines the trio as earned preseason player of the year honors.

- U.S. News & World Report’s 2009 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools” ranks the ETSU James H. Quillen College of Medicine fourth in the nation for rural medicine.

- The Lady Bucs also look to extend their streak of post sseason play to four consecutive years. ETSU has made it to the NCAA tournament the past two season and went the WNIT in 2007.

- In 2007, and in the inaugural listing in 2006, ETSU was named to the national President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, an initative created in response to U.S. President George W. Bush’s call to service.

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COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

Latisha Belcher returns as the Bucs leader in Field Goal percentage, steals and blocks

1:30pm 5:00pm 4:45pm 8:00pm 2:00pm

FEBRUARY 1 * BELMONT 4:45pm 4 * at FGCU 5:15pm 6 * at Stetson 3:00pm 11 * MERCER 7:00pm 13 * KENNESAW STATE 1:30pm 18 * at Campbell 7:00pm 22 * USC UPSTATE 7:00pm 25 * at UNF 5:30pm 27 * at Jacksonville Noon MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES

7:00pm 3:00pm 4:00pm 7:00pm 10:00pm

WOMEN’S TEAMS

1 - Atlantic Sun Championship 2 - NCAA Tournament

09-10 SCHEDULE

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 15 at Evansville L, 73-83 17 at Chattanooga L, 71-77 21 VANDERBILT L, 55-66 26 APPALACHIAN STATE W, 72-68 DECEMBER 1 at Georgia L, 57-77 5 * at Mercer L, 61-77 12 at Kentucky W, 59-50 18 * at Kennesaw State W, 79-78 (OT) 28 at Wake Forest L, 66-72 JANUARY 3 * JACKSONVILLE W, 86-77 5 * NORTH FLORIDA W, 56-42 8 * at FGCU W, 75-67 10 * at Stetson W, 53-52 13 at Liberty L, 54-64 15 * BELMONT W, 69-51 17 * LIPSCOMB W, 70-51 22 * CAMPBELL W, 87-57 26 * USC UPSTATE W, 80-68 29 * at Jacksonville W, 65-54 31 * at North Florida L, 73-80

MEN’S TEAMS

TO Blk Stl Pts 106 5 64 507 66 5 45 350 83 22 42 501 47 19 26 338 72 26 91 369 46 19 61 263 74 7 41 252 53 5 30 158 110 12 63 223 68 6 48 143 11 2 13 93 5 1 12 80 30 12 19 99 17 7 13 50 54 3 21 58 30 2 14 37 19 3 7 57 16 3 6 40 11 0 2 17 9 0 1 17 14 0 8 7 13 0 8 7 10 5 594 92 371 2183 375 67 264 1483 669 110 285 2077 444 65 164 1323

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A 123 196 319 10.3 79 0 70 84 121 205 10.3 48 0 52 62 115 177 5.7 45 1 79 41 81 122 6.1 27 0 53 113 124 237 7.6 110 5 37 80 85 165 8.3 66 2 24 67 103 170 5.5 63 0 35 41 71 112 5.6 42 0 28 20 74 94 3.0 85 0 123 10 51 61 3.1 58 0 93 14 23 37 1.3 23 1 8 12 17 29 1.5 21 1 6 36 55 91 2.9 52 0 16 18 27 45 2.3 30 0 13 10 23 33 1.2 25 0 64 6 15 21 1.3 18 0 41 42 28 70 2.4 36 0 6 28 17 45 2.4 25 0 5 2 8 10 0.8 1 0 4 2 8 10 1.1 1 0 4 1 2 3 0.3 5 0 8 1 2 3 0.5 4 0 8 61 55 116 3.7 0 42 35 77 3.9 0 551 806 1357 43.8 524 7 450 365 530 895 44.8 340 3 327 423 822 1245 40.2 528 - 409 250 521 771 38.5 341 7 246

INSIDE THE ASUN

TOTAL 3-PTS ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 44 EVANS, Siarre 31 31 1075 34.7 181 422 .429 47 143 .329 98 131 .748 Conference-Only... 20 20 685 34.2 128 280 .457 34 95 .358 60 80 .750 22 WILES,TaRonda 31 31 1056 34.1 221 546 .405 28 108 .259 31 42 .738 Conference-Only... 20 20 674 33.7 150 363 .413 18 74 .243 20 23 .870 45 BELCHER, Latisha 31 31 940 30.3 139 300 .463 0 0 .000 91 154 .591 Conference-Only... 20 20 623 31.2 99 187 .529 0 0 .000 65 110 .591 25 WASHINGTON, Gwen 31 25 816 26.3 90 246 .366 19 58 .328 53 75 .707 Conference-Only... 20 19 522 26.1 54 151 .358 10 32 .313 40 53 .755 00 DAVIS,Tara 31 23 860 27.7 71 240 .296 35 114 .307 46 63 .730 Conference-Only... 20 15 565 28.3 47 164 .287 23 72 .319 26 39 .667 24 PICKWELL, Natalie 28 0 315 11.3 33 109 .303 19 71 .268 8 13 .615 Conference-Only... 19 0 241 12.7 29 90 .322 15 53 .283 7 11 .636 32 THOMPSON, Devin 31 6 464 15.0 35 92 .380 0 0 .000 29 41 .707 Conference-Only... 20 1 268 13.4 19 50 .380 0 0 .000 12 17 .706 10 PHILLIPS, Kami 27 8 373 13.8 12 59 .203 5 16 .31317/31 29 44 .659 Conference-Only... 16 5 214 13.4 5 33 .152 3 8 .375 24 36 .667 21 WHITE, Shannon 29 0 205 7.1 20 45 .444 0 0 .000 17 24 .708 Conference-Only... 19 0 133 7.0 12 31 .387 0 0 .000 16 20 .800 12 TREAKLE, Sabrina 13 0 64 4.9 6 13 .462 3 6 .500 2 3 .667 Conference-Only... 9 0 52 5.8 6 11 .545 3 5 .600 2 3 .667 23 Dixon, Natasha 10 0 57 5.7 2 11 .182 1 4 .250 2 2 1.000 Conference-Only... 6 0 48 8.0 2 10 .200 1 4 .250 2 2 1.000 TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 31 810 2083 .389 157 520 .302 406 592 .686 Conference-Only... 20 551 1370 .402 107 343 .312 274 394 .695 Opponents...... 31 764 1901 .402 167 541 .309 382 546 .700 Conference-Only... 20 479 1203 .398 102 348 .293 263 367 .717

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FLORIDA GULF COAST University EAGLES 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

5 10 11 14 15 20 21 22 23 24 25 33

Sarah Hansen Kelsey Jacobson Brittany Brown Kiara Bomben Chelsea Lyles Samantha Gray Courtney Chihil Shavonne Butler Shannon Murphy Christina Rivette Adrianne McNally Eglah Griffin

Pos

Ht

Cl.

Hometown/Previous School

G G G F F F G G G F F G

5-10 5-8 5-8 5-11 6-0 5-11 5-8 5-9 5-7 5-10 5-11 5-8

Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So.

Edinboro, Pa./General McLane Chemistry Barnesville, Minn./Moorhead Biology Flint, Mich./Labette CC Graphic Design Canberra, Australia/Ankeny Undeclared Colorado Springs, Colo./Western Nebraska CC Communications Greenwood, Ark./Greenwood Biology Tipp City, Ohio/Alter Physical Therapy New Orleans, La./Hill College Elementary Education Brighton, Mich./Brighton Management Fenton, Mich./Fenton Business Howell, Mich./Pinckney Nursing Fort Myers, Fla./Seminole CC Accounting

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

14.6 6.3 3.9 50.5 44.3 88.9 1.4 0.5 31.6

Karl Smesko

Adrianne McNally Adrianne McNally Shannon Murphy Adrianne McNally Kelsey Jacobson Kelsey Jacobson Chelsea Lyles Chelsea Lyles Adrianne McNally

Alma Mater: Kent State (1993) Office: 239-590-7038 Record at FGCU: 180-34 Overall Record: 241-61

Year

POSTSEASON EAGLES IN THE WNIT 2008 Mar 21 Mar 24

USF at Florida

2009 Mar 19 Mar 21

George Washington W, 97-94 (OT) at USF L, 81-88 (OT)

EAGLES IN THE NCAA None

W, 67-65 L, 55-60

Academic Major

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Location......................................................Fort Myers, Fla. Founded...........................................1951 Founded.........................................................................1997 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment................................................................. 11,200 Member Since...............................................................2007 Since................................2001 Member Nickname........................................Bruins Nickname.....................................................................Eagles Colors..............................................Navy Blue, Red, White Colors...........................Cobalt Blue and Emerald Green President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President.......................................... Dr. Wilson Bradshaw Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director. ...................................... Ken Kavanagh Faculty Athletics Rep.. ...................Rich Tiner Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep..............................Dr. Cecil Carter Senior Woman Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator............... Kathy Peterson Facility Information Home Court.................................................... Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Alico Arena Year Year Opened..................................2003 Opened.................................................................2002 Capacity...........................................................................4500 .........................................5000 Capacity. Home Record............................................................. Record................................ Home 104-9

School

1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Overall Pct.

Walsh University 29-5 IPFW 13-14 IPFW 19-8 FGCU 30-1 FGCU 18-8 FGCU 21-9 FGCU 29-2 FGCU 34-1 FGCU 22-8 FGCU 26-5

.853 .481 .704 .968 .692 .700 .935 .971 .733 .838

A-Sun

13-3 17-3

Pct.

.813 .850

Career Record 241-61 A-Sun Record 30-6 WNIT Appearances - 2 (2008, 2009)

Team Facts Head Coach....................................................Karl Coach...................................Rick Byrd Head Smesko AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant ............................................. Bob Bolden Assistant Coach. Coach..........................................Nathan ...........................Brian Ayers Daume Assistant Assistant Coach. Coach........................................... ...........................Roger Idstrom Assistant Kate Schrader 2008-09 Record. Record............................................................. ...........................25-9 2008-09 26-5 A-Sun Record/Finish.....................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish..............................................17-3/1st Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L......................................................................5/0 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L...........................................................6/5 Team History Regular Season Season Titles. Titles.......................................................... ..................2 Regular 1 Last Regular Regular Season Season Title. Title.............................................2009 ...........2008 Last Tournament Titles.........................................................N/A Titles.........................3 Tournament Last Tournament Tournament Title. Title....................................................N/A .................2008 Last Last Tournament Tournament Appearance.....................................N/A Appearance.....2009 Last Tournament Record.....................11-4 (7 AppearTournament Record.....................................................N/A ances)

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FGCU Eagles Avg 14.6 14.7 14.0 14.5 11.4 11.7 8.9 9.9 8.4 8.3 7.7 7.0 2.9 2.1 2.9 2.9 2.6 2.7 2.5 1.9 2.4 1.8 2.3 2.0

Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 5 * at USC Upstate W, 102-53 07 * at ETSU W, 71-69 12 * KENNESAW STATE W, 88-79 14 * MERCER W, 65-58 19 * at North Florida W, 57-48 21 * at Jacksonville W, 68-67 26 * at Campbell W, 75-51 28 JOHNSON & WALES W, 97-40 MARCH 19 GEORGE WASHINGTON W, 97-94 (OT) 21 at USF L, 81-88 (OT)

09-10 SCHEDULE

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer 1 - Preseason WNIT (Fort Myers, Fla.) 2 - FGCU Thanksgiving Classic (Fort Myers, Fla.) 3 - Longwood Tournament (Farmville,Va.)

UNIVERSITY FACTS - Beginning its second decade of service, Florida Gulf Coast University enjoys an enrollment growth annually in double digit percentages and now enrolls 10,198 students, placing FGCU among the fastest growing public universities in the United States.

experience in the 85th -99th percentile.

Chelsea Lyles posted 1.4 steals and 0.5 blocks a season ago, which ranks

- FGCU ranked tied for first in the conference in A-Sun winning - FGCU’s nationally recruited faculty teach a student-centered percentage since 2007 with a mark of 30-6. curriculum that encourages undergraduate research and requires community service.

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- The Eagles look to continue their home dominace at home as - On the National Survey of Student Engagement, FGCU students rated the quality of their undergraduate learning they hold a record of 104-9 in Allco Arena.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES - FGCU Head Coach Karl Smesko could crack two career milestones in the 2009-10 season as he needs only nine wins to reach 250 career victories and with a sixth consecutive 20win season from the Eagles, Smesko will the crack the 200 win mark at FGCU.

FEBRUARY 1 * at Mercer 5:00 p.m. 4 * ETSU 5:15 p.m. 6 * CAMPBELL 7:30 p.m. 13 * at UNF 4:30 p.m. 18 * LIPSCOMB 5:15 p.m. 20 * BELMONT 7:30 p.m. 25 * at USC Upstate 7:00 p.m. MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament 6 3 Longwood Tournament TBA 7 3 Longwood Tournament TBA

WOMEN’S TEAMS

NOVEMBER 13 1 UTEP 7:05 p.m. 15 1 Preseason WNIT TBD 1 18 Preseason WNIT TBD 22 1 WNIT CHAMPIONSHIPS TBD 27 2 TULSA 7:05 p.m. 28 2 RIDER 7:05 p.m. DECEMBER 5 * at Stetson 3:00 p.m. 13 at Michigan State 2:00 p.m. 19 * USC UPSTATE 7:05 p.m. 22 at FIU 7:00 p.m. JANUARY 2 * at Belmont 2:00 p.m. CT 4 * at Lipscomb 5:15 p.m. CT 7 * UNF 6:05 p.m. 9 * JACKSONVILLE 2:05 p.m. 14 * at Campbell 5:45 p.m. 16 * at ETSU 1:30 p.m. 21 * KENNESAW STATE 7:05 p.m. 23 * MERCER 7:05 p.m. 27 * STETSON 5:15 p.m. 30 * at Kennesaw State 5:00 p.m.

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 14 FLORIDA W, 88-86 16 at Florida State L, 62-81 26 SANTA CLARA W, 73-62 28- at UNC Greensboro W. 66-50 29- vs Winston-Salem State W, 57-43 DECEMBER 4 * at Stetson L, 68-77 7 UCF W, 77-64 13 * CAMPBELL W, 73-46 19 at Bethune-Cookman W, 76-59 30 CORNELL W, 70-36 JANUARY 3 * at Lipscomb W, 81-51 5 * at Belmont L, 55-60 8 * ETSU L, 67-75 10 * USC UPSTATE W, 70-61 15 * at Mercer W, 85-76 (OT) 17 * at Kennesaw State W, 78-72 22 * JACKSONVILLE W, 64-56 24 * NORTH FLORIDA W, 63-46 26 * STETSON W, 77-66 29 * LIPSCOMB W, 89-46 31 * BELMONT W, 77-65

MEN’S HISTORY

74.7 73.7 62.1 61.1

MEN’S TEAMS

TO Blk Stl Pts 96 8 24 454 64 5 14 293 68 15 42 435 45 7 32 289 43 0 21 352 32 0 14 234 66 1 31 277 47 1 24 197 56 5 25 259 35 3 14 165 38 0 41 192 26 0 24 105 10 9 11 58 6 5 5 25 17 3 13 80 11 2 10 53 12 0 6 52 8 0 5 35 29 4 21 76 11 3 9 37 20 1 12 66 12 1 7 30 5 0 0 16 3 0 0 10 20 14 480 46 247 2317 314 27 158 1473 583 72 203 1925 356 44 136 1222

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A 64 130 194 6.3 100 6 101 39 77 116 5.8 64 4 63 60 108 168 5.4 78 2 77 39 66 105 5.3 49 1 56 4 53 57 1.8 45 0 68 3 41 44 2.2 30 0 46 5 50 55 1.8 69 3 120 2 38 40 2.0 46 3 84 22 82 104 3.4 40 0 72 17 59 76 3.8 24 0 38 40 61 101 4.0 71 2 28 25 32 57 3.8 43 2 16 16 30 46 2.3 13 0 7 9 15 24 2.0 9 0 6 22 54 76 2.7 28 0 18 15 40 55 3.1 19 0 9 2 15 17 0.9 12 0 7 2 11 13 1.0 4 0 3 23 48 71 2.4 24 0 40 18 32 50 2.5 12 0 28 11 25 36 1.3 35 0 11 6 13 19 1.1 23 0 7 4 2 6 0.9 5 0 4 2 1 3 0.6 4 0 2 51 83 134 4.3 0 37 59 96 4.8 0 324 741 1065 34.4 520 13 553 214 484 698 34.9 327 10 358 417 739 1156 37.3 647 - 381 273 465 738 36.9 409 12 252

INSIDE THE ASUN

TOTAL 3-PTS ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 25 McNALLY, Adrianne 31 31 979 31.6 159 315 .505 16 44 .364 120 195 .615 Conference-Only... 20 20 634 31.7 99 206 .481 13 31 .419 82 138 .594 15 LYLES, Chelsea 31 29 903 29.1 144 325 .443 58 154 .377 89 116 .767 Conference-Only... 20 19 580 29.0 94 207 .454 37 96 .385 64 82 .780 10 JACOBSON, Kelsey 31 0 796 25.7 103 234 .440 90 203 .443 56 63 .889 Conference-Only... 20 0 544 27.2 68 157 .433 59 135 .437 39 45 .867 23 MURPHY, Shannon 31 31 882 28.5 95 218 .436 50 122 .410 37 50 .740 Conference-Only... 20 20 592 29.6 69 154 .448 35 83 .422 24 33 .727 11 BROWN, Brittany 31 29 790 25.5 95 202 .470 30 74 .405 39 60 .650 Conference-Only... 20 20 521 26.1 62 135 .459 20 47 .426 21 35 .600 21 CHIHIL, Courtney 25 17 584 23.4 62 148 .419 22 65 .338 46 64 .719 Conference-Only... 15 9 335 22.3 35 79 .443 12 34 .353 23 34 .676 14 JACKLIN, Diana 20 2 177 8.9 23 49 .469 0 1 .000 12 19 .632 Conference-Only... 12 1 101 8.4 10 28 .357 0 0 .000 5 7 .714 22 MINGOS, Kristina 28 14 300 10.7 21 49 .429 8 23 .348 30 43 .698 Conference-Only... 18 11 209 11.6 14 29 .483 4 11 .364 21 30 .700 33 FESSEDEN, Amanda 20 0 152 7.6 12 34 .353 7 20 .350 21 25 .840 Conference-Only... 13 0 102 7.8 9 25 .360 4 15 .267 13 15 .867 13 BEDDOME, Emma 30 2 381 12.7 21 75 .280 5 30 .167 29 44 .659 Conference-Only... 20 0 227 11.4 9 34 .265 1 11 .091 18 28 .643 12 HERMAN, Kristine 28 0 286 10.2 21 48 .438 7 21 .333 17 23 .739 Conference-Only... 17 0 154 9.1 10 22 .455 2 11 .182 8 13 .615 33 FESSENDEN, Amanda 7 0 45 6.4 4 11 .364 3 6 .500 5 8 .625 Conference-Only... 5 0 26 5.2 3 6 .500 3 5 .600 1 4 .250 TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 31 760 1708 .445 296 763 .388 501 710 .706 Conference-Only... 20 482 1082 .445 190 479 .397 319 464 .688 Opponents...... 31 721 1768 .408 137 473 .290 346 534 .648 Conference-Only... 20 456 1148 .397 86 302 .285 224 338 .663

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JACKSONVILLE University DOLPHINS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

3 4 5 10 12 15 20 21 22 23 24 32 34 42

Pos

Jessica George G Courtney Jackson G Drameka Griggs G Taneskei Richardson F Valerie Jones G Maggie Wilson G Crystal Grable G/F Desarae Johnson F Ashanti Williams G Danielle Gray F Lynsey Paschal F Abril Peeples G Gigi Thomas G Jasmin Coleman G/F

Ht

Cl.

Hometown/Previous School

5-7 5-10 5-6 6-0 5-10 5-8 6-0 6-1 5-6 6-1 6-0 5-7 5-9 5-11

So. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr.

Kissimmee, Fla./Celebration Sociology Atlanta, Ga./North Atlanta Psychology Jonesboro, Ga./Jonesboro Undeclared Jacksonville, Fla./Santa Fe CC Criminal Justice Troy, Ala./Charles Henderson Sports Management Lexington, Ky. /Lexington Catholic Undeclared Sparta, Ga./Hancock Central Physical Education Greer, S.C./Riverside Biology Boyntonm Beach, Fla./Suncoast Communications Stone Mountain, Ga./Stephenson Marketing Fairburn, Ga./Sandy Creek Biology Americus, Ga./Americus Sumnter Undeclared Tallahassee, Fla. /Appalachian St. Communication Advertising Georgetown, S.C./Walter State CC Communications

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

8.3 6.1 1.1 48.9 34.8 90.3 1.3 1.7 23.9

POSTSEASON None

DOLPHINS IN THE WNIT None

Jill Dunn

Courtney Jackson Desarae Johnson Courtney Jackson Desarae Johnson Courtney Jackson Lynsey Paschal Desarae Johnson Desarae Johnson Desarae Johnson

DOLPHINS IN THE NCAA

Academic Major

Alma Mater: Georgia Southern (1994) Office: 904-256-7236 Record at Jacksonville: 79-69 Overall Record: 102-102

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Fla. Location.................................................... Jacksonville, Founded...........................................1951 Founded....................................................................... 1934 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment................................................................... 2972 Member Since............................................................. Since................................2001 Member 1998 Nickname............................................................... ......................................Bruins Nickname. Dolphins Colors........................................................Green ............................................Navy Blue, Red, Colors. and White Gold President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President........................................ Dr. Kerry Romesburg Athletics Director. Director......................................Alan .......................Mike Strickland Athletics Verlander Faculty Athletics Athletics Rep.. Rep............................ ..................RichDr. Tiner Faculty Kim Capriotti Senior Woman Woman Administrator..............Marsha Administrator....Betty Wiseman Senior Haskew

Year

School

1998-99 1999-00 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Western Carolina 12-16 Western Carolina 11-17 Jacksonville 6-21 Jacksonville 10-18 Jackonsville 21-9 Jacksonville 23-8 Jacksonville 19-13

Overall Pct.

.429 .393 .222 .357 .700 .742 .593

A-Sun

Pct.

3-17 7-13 14-4 11-5 13-7

.150 .350 .778 .688 .650

Career Record 102-102 A-Sun Record 48-46

Facility Information Home Court. Court..................................Curb Center Home .....................................VeteransEvent Memorial Arena Year Opened............................................................... Opened..................................2003 Year 2006 Capacity............................................................... .........................................5000 Capacity. 1500/5191 Home Record.................................................................7-3 Record................................ Home Team Facts Head Byrd Head Coach...................................Rick Coach............................................................ Jill Dun Associate Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant Coach. ............................................ Dee Pennix Assistant ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Coach. Coach......................................... Andrea Wilson Assistant ...........................Roger Idstrom Assistant Coach. Coach.....................................DeUnna Hendrix 2008-09 ...........................25-9 2008-09 Record. Record..........................................................19-13 A-Sun ...................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish. Record/Finish.............................................13-7/3rd Starters Starters R/L....................................3/2 R/L.....................................................................3/2 Letterwinners .......................9/3 Letterwinners R/L. R/L........................................................ 11/3 Team History Regular Season Season Titles. Titles................................................. ..................2 Regular None Last Regular Regular Season Season Title. Title.............................................N/A ...........2008 Last Tournament Titles..................................................... Titles.........................3 Tournament None Last Tournament Tournament Title. Title...................................................N/A .................2008 Last Last Tournament Tournament Appearance.................................. Appearance.....2009 Last 2009 Tournament Record....................... Record.....................11-4 (7 AppearTournament 5-6 (6 appearances) ances)

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Jacksonville dolphins TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

79 8 63 320 10.0 49 5 46 207 10.4 60 0 37 265 9.5 36 0 19 164 10.3 52 10 35 248 8.3 37 9 25 149 7.8 56 53 42 253 7.9 36 40 23 173 8.7 89 2 56 245 7.7 52 2 43 176 8.8 45 41 16 148 4.6 32 33 10 115 5.8 39 12 13 129 4.2 24 8 10 83 4.4 36 9 20 128 4.0 26 3 14 96 4.8 24 1 11 77 2.5 14 1 3 43 2.3 23 3 16 68 2.3 13 2 6 27 1.4 12 0 5 33 2.2 8 0 3 23 2.3 8 1 3 25 1.6 5 1 1 12 1.2 23 1 11 31 1.3 16 0 7 31 1.8 4 0 550 141 328 1970 61.6 348 104 210 1299 64.9 687 112 243 1833 57.3 427 64 155 1139 57.0

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 5 * at Kennesaw State W, 69-64 7 * at Mercer W, 61-54 12 * CAMPBELL W, 73-51 16 * NORTH FLORIDA W, 64-56 19 * STETSON W, 67-51 21 * FGCU L, 67-68 26 * at Lipscomb W, 71-42 28 * at Belmont L, 43-45 MARCH 4 2 vs Lipscomb W, 63-51 6 2 vs Belmont W, 51-49 7 2 vs ETSU L, 52-58

UNIVERSITY FACTS

- Courtney Jackson returns to the Dolphins as the leading - Jacksonville University is ranked in the top-tier of masters scorer from a season ago while Desarae Johnson returns as universities in the south by U.S.News & World Report. Jacksonville’s leader in rebounds, steals, blocks and minutes.

at the helm in Jacksonville, needs 21 victories to claimed her 100th with the Dolphins. - JU recently completed a $30 million addition to its oncampus residence halls.

Desarae Johnson returns as the Dolphin’s leader in rebounds, steals, blocks and minutes.

- The Dolphins face a number of in state rivals this season as they hit the road to take on FIU, USF and Florida and welcome - This fall, JU will break ground on the Marine Science Research Institute, a 30,000 square-foot facility that will be a “certified Florida Tech and UCF to to Veterans Memorial Arena.

green” energy-efficient building, complete with solar panels and a rainwater drainage system.

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- JU’s academic offerings have expanded to include new undergraduate programs in film studies and music business as - Jacksonville looks to claim it fourth consecutive season of 19 well as a master’s program in Leadership and Learning, with a or more wins under Head Coach Jill Dunn. Dunn, in her sixth concentration in Sports Management.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer

WOMEN’S TEAMS

1 - South Padre Island Shootout 2 - Atlantic Sun Championship

1 * at USC Upstate 7:00 p.m. 6 * at Belmont 2:00 p.m. CT 8 * at Lipscomb 7:00 p.m. CT 13 * STETSON 1:00 p.m. 18 * at Kennesaw State 5:00 p.m. 20 * at Mercer 1:00 p.m. 25 * CAMPBELL 5:00 p.m. 27 * ETSU Noon MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 17 at Florida L, 51-74 20 FIU W, 51-43 22 at Coastal Carolina L, 44-63 25 GEORGE MASON W , 69-49 28 KANSAS STATE L, 43-53 DECEMBER 4 * BELMONT L, 45-51 6 * LIPSCOMB W, 63-57 15 UCF L, 71-75 19 1 vs. SMU W, 67-65 20 1 vs. IUPUI W, 59-56 30 at South Carolina L, 50-58 JANUARY 3 * at ETSU L, 77-86 5 * at USC Upstate W, 78-58 8 * MERCER W, 78-60 10 * KENNESAW STATE W, 70-56 15 * at North Florida W, 61-42 17 * at Campbell W, 72-57 22 * at FGCU L, 56-64 24 * at Stetson W, 66-43 29 * ETSU L, 54-65 31 * USC UPSTATE L, 64-69

09-10 SCHEDULE NOVEMBER 13 at Wake Forest 5:00 p.m. 17 at FIU 5:00 p.m. 20 FLORIDA TECH 7:00 p.m. 23 at George Mason 7:00 p.m. 25 at Howard 7:00 p.m. DECEMBER 2 UCF 7:00 p.m. 13 at USF 2:00 p.m. 19 * at Campbell 1:00 p.m. 21 * at ETSU 4:45 p.m. 30 at Florida 4:30 p.m. JANUARY 2 * MERCER 1:00 p.m. 4 * KENNESAW STATE 5:00 p.m. 7 * at Stetson 7:00 p.m. 9 * at FGCU 2:05 p.m. 14 * LIPSCOMB 5:00 p.m. 16 * BELMONT 1:00 p.m. 18 * UNF 5:00 p.m. 23 * USC UPSTATE 1:00 p.m. 27 * at UNF 7:00pm FEBRUARY

MEN’S HISTORY

Returning Players in Italics

MEN’S TEAMS

81 114 3.6 67 1 95 52 73 3.7 43 1 61 49 92 3.3 45 0 56 32 58 3.6 23 0 37 77 114 3.8 49 1 33 47 70 3.7 27 0 23 134 195 6.1 49 0 13 99 134 6.7 29 0 4 94 129 4.0 52 0 154 69 94 4.7 34 0 106 83 144 4.5 58 0 24 67 119 6.0 36 0 19 62 116 3.7 42 1 11 42 83 4.4 27 1 8 66 118 3.7 48 0 11 41 72 3.6 32 0 5 18 31 1.0 23 0 12 11 18 0.9 12 0 7 39 66 2.2 40 2 5 21 35 1.8 21 1 1 16 27 1.8 15 0 3 9 17 1.7 8 0 3 5 8 0.5 11 0 1 4 5 0.5 5 0 1 16 18 0.8 14 0 14 12 13 0.8 11 0 10 56 106 3.4 0 31 60 3.2 0 796 1278 39.9 513 5 432 537 851 42.5 308 3 285 867 1285 40.2 470 - 370 540 795 39.8 304 5 234

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

14 HAMILTON, DaVina 32 25 841 26.3 127 332 .383 15 60 .250 51 74 .689 33 Conference-Only... 20 18 534 26.7 80 206 .388 11 42 .262 36 53 .679 21 32 GREGOIRE,Virginia 28 15 646 23.1 104 277 .375 23 87 .264 34 53 .642 43 Conference-Only... 16 9 378 23.6 64 169 .379 15 54 .278 21 33 .636 26 04 JACKSON, Coutney 30 17 653 21.8 93 269 .346 40 115 .348 22 34 .647 37 Conference-Only... 19 9 417 21.9 56 168 .333 22 72 .306 15 23 .652 23 21 JOHNSON, Desarae 32 29 766 23.9 116 237 .489 0 3 .000 21 28 .750 61 Conference-Only... 20 20 482 24.1 81 157 .516 0 1 .000 11 15 .733 35 11 OMOITE, Regina 32 30 1024 32.0 79 247 .320 38 132 .288 49 60 .817 35 Conference-Only... 20 19 632 31.6 55 161 .342 29 91 .319 37 44 .841 25 20 GRABLE, Crystal 32 19 542 16.9 60 152 .395 0 0 .000 28 47 .596 61 Conference-Only... 20 18 386 19.3 47 109 .431 0 0 .000 21 39 .538 52 10 RICHARDSON,Teneskei 31 4 429 13.8 52 117 .444 0 3 .000 25 46 .543 54 Conference-Only... 19 0 252 13.3 33 75 .440 0 2 .000 17 33 .515 41 24 PASCHAL, Lynsey 32 5 452 14.1 50 142 .352 0 1 .000 28 31 .903 52 Conference-Only... 20 2 282 14.1 37 93 .398 0 0 .000 22 25 .880 31 22 WILLIAMS, Ashanti 31 1 305 9.8 27 91 .297 1 18 .056 22 25 .880 13 Conference-Only... 19 1 182 9.6 13 56 .232 1 14 .071 16 19 .842 7 23 GRAY, Danielle 30 5 343 11.4 24 74 .324 0 1 .000 20 40 .500 27 Conference-Only... 19 0 179 9.4 8 35 .229 0 1 .000 11 20 .550 14 12 JONES,Valerie 15 3 144 9.6 14 33 .424 0 2 .000 5 10 .500 11 Conference-Only... 10 3 101 10.1 9 22 .409 0 1 .000 5 8 .625 8 42 COLEMAN, Jasmin 16 1 78 4.9 9 27 .333 7 21 .333 0 0 .000 3 Conference-Only... 10 0 43 4.3 4 14 .286 4 13 .308 0 0 .000 1 03 GEORGE, Jessica 24 1 177 7.4 11 46 .239 7 27 .259 2 2 1.000 2 Conference-Only... 17 1 132 7.8 11 38 .289 7 21 .333 2 2 1.000 1 TM TEAM................ 50 Conference-Only... 29 Total.......... 32 766 2044 .375 131 470 .279 307 450 .682 482 Conference-Only... 20 498 1303 .382 89 312 .285 214 314 .682 314 Opponents...... 32 681 1799 .379 106 365 .290 365 532 .686 418 Conference-Only... 20 427 1164 .367 69 236 .292 216 313 .690 255

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## Player

69

Kennesaw State University OWLS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

Pos

Ht

Cl

Hometown/Previous School

0 3 5 5 10 11 12 15 20 23 30 32 42

F G F G G G G G F G G F C

6-1 5-8 6-1 5-7 5-10 5-9 5-7 5-9 5-8 5-9 5-10 6-0 6-2

Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr.

Kissimmee, Fla. (Osceola) Undeclared Kennesaw, Ga. (North Cobb Christian) Undeclared Anderson, S.C. (T.L. Hanna H.S.) Undeclared Greenwood, S.C. (J.L. Mann Academy) Undeclared Gray, Ga. (Jones County) Undeclared Lawrenceville, Ga. (Collins H.S.) Sports Management Hollywood, Fla. (South Broward H.S.) Undeclared Ringgold, Ga. (Lakeview-Ft.Oglethorpe) Undeclared Snellville, Ga. (South Gwinnett H.S.) Exercise & Health Science Cape Coral, Fla. (Cape Coral H.S.) Undeclared Columbia, Tenn. (Columbia Central H.S.) Exercise & Health Science Madison, Ala. (Bob Jones) Undeclared Virgina Beach,Va. (Green Run H.S.) Chemistry

Lisa Capellan Rachel Loe Tamasha Bolden Ashley Holliday Brandi Jones Greteya Kelley Angie Smith Kayla Weaver Gia Lockett Alexiss Griffin DeAndrea Bullock Sametria Gideon Montinique Nixon

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

OWLS IN THE NCAA None

OWLS IN THE WNIT None

Colby Tilley

10.9 Greteya Kelley 5.9 Montinique Nixon 2.2 Greteya Kelley 48.1 Montinique Nixon 32.7 DeAndrea Bullock 71.1 Greteya Kelley 2.6 Greteya Kelley 0.9 Montinique Nixon 29.5 Greteya Kelley

POSTSEASON

Alma Mater: Appalachian State (1972) Office: 770-423-6413 Record at Kennesaw State: 256-150 Overall Record: 708-270

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Ga. Location......................................................Kennesaw, Founded...........................................1951 Founded...................................................................... 1963 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment............................................................... 21,500 Member Since................................2001 Member Since............................................................ 2005 Nickname........................................Bruins Nickname....................................................................Owls Colors..............................................Navy Blue, Red, White Colors....................................................... Black and Gold President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President...................................................... Dr. Dan Papp Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director. ............................... Dave Waples Faculty Athletics Rep.. ...................RichDr. Tiner Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep.........................Dr. Patrick Devine Senior Woman Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator................. Karen Pfeifer Facility Information Home Court........................KSU Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Convocation Center Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened........................................................... 2005 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity.................................................................. 4400 Home HomeRecord................................ Record........................................................33-22 Team Facts Head Byrd Head Coach...................................Rick Coach...................................................Colby Tilley Associate Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant Coach. ...........................................James Black Assistant ...........................Brian Ayers Jackson Assistant Coach. Coach........................................Yolisha Assistant Coach.........................................................15-14 ...........................Roger Idstrom 2008-09 Record. 2008-09 Record.............................25-9 A-Sun Record/Finish...........................................11-9/6th A-Sun Record/Finish.....................14-2/1st Starters R/L....................................................................3/2 Starters R/L....................................3/2 Letterwinners R/L. R/L..........................................................7/6 Letterwinners .......................9/3 Team History ..................2 Regular Season Titles...............................................None Title. ............2008 Last LastRegular RegularSeason Season Title.......................................N/A Tournament Titles....................................................None Titles.........................3 Tournament Tournament Title. ..................2008 Last Last Tournament Title.............................................N/A Tournament Last Last TournamentAppearance.....2009 Appearance................................N/A Tournament Record...................................................N/A Record.....................11-4 (7 AppearTournament ances)

70

Academic Major

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

School Overall Truett-McConnell 17-8 Truett-McConnell 25-6 Truett-McConnell 27-4 Truett-McConnell 36-2 Truett-McConnell 31-6 Truett-McConnell 24-6 Truett-McConnell 23-4 Truett-McConnell 23-4 Truett-McConnell 28-6 Auburn-Montgomery 20-11 Auburn-Montgomery 21-7 Auburn-Montgomery 20-11 Auburn-Montgomery 13-15 Auburn-Montgomery 24-9 Auburn-Montgomery 25-8 Auburn-Montgomery 27-6 Auburn-Montgomery 34-4 Auburn-Montgomery 34-3 Kennesaw State 17-12 Kennesaw State 30-2 Kennesaw State 18-10 Kennesaw State 28-4 Kennesaw State 25-5 Kennesaw State 19-8 Kennesaw State 17-10 Kennesaw State 16-13 Kennesaw State 19-10 Kennesaw State 18-12 Kennesaw State 5-22 Kennesaw State 13-16 Kennesaw State 16-12 Kennesaw State 15-14

Pct. A-Sun .680 .806 .871 .947 .838 .800 .852 .852 .824 .645 .750 .645 .464 .727 .758 .818 .895 .919 .586 .938 .643 .875 .833 .704 .630 .552 .655 .600 .185 .448 .571 .517 11-9

Pct.

.550

Career Record 708-270 A-Sun Record 11-9

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball Contact............................Jason Hanes Office............................................ 678-797-2562 Fax................................................. 770-423-6665 e-mail.......................... jhanes2@kennesaw.edu Press Row....................................... 770-499-3168 Web site.............................. www.KSUOwls.com

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Kennesaw State LADY owls TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 5 * JACKSONVILLE 7 * NORTH FLORIDA 9 * MERCER 12 * at FGCU 14 * at Stetson 19 * BELMONT 21 * LIPSCOMB 23 at Jacksonville State 26 * at ETSU 28 * at USC Upstate

09-10 SCHEDULE L. 64-69 W, 50-46 W, 64-50 L, 79-88 W, 64-51 W, 68-46 W, 88-78 W, 69-51 L, 66-73 L, 66-71

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer 1 - Chattanooga Classic (Chattanooga, Tenn.)

UNIVERSITY FACTS

- Greteya Kelley serves as the Owls returning leader in - As of fall 2008, KSU expects more than 21,000 students.They points, assists, free throw percentage, steals and minutes from now have students from 142 countries, and with the addition a season ago. Montinique Nixon ranks first among returning of the new Doctor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Arts in Dance degrees, they have 67 degree programs. Owls in rebounds, field goal percentage and blocks.

- Kennesaw State enters it second season of A-Sun conference play after posting a mark of 11-9 a season ago.

- KSU is expanding with the construction of a new $60-million Health Sciences Building which will allow the university to bring more nurses and other health professionals into Georgia’s communities. - Kennesaw State University, a comprehensive residential university in metro Atlanta, is Georgia’s third-largest university with more than 3,000 beds.

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE 2009-10 BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

Montinique Nixon return for the 2009-10 season as the Owls leader in rebounds and blocks for a season ago

- Head Coach Colby Tilley needs just 12 more games on the bench to reach the 1,000 games coached mark. Tilley has served as the head coach at Kennesaw State since the 199596 season and holds a record of 708-270. The Owls will look for their 13 season with 15 or more wins under Tilley this season. In his Tilley 32 year coaching career his team’s have only finished with fewer than 15 wins three times.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES

FEBRUARY 1 * STETSON 5:00 p.m. 4 * MERCER 5:00.p.m. 6 * USC UPSTATE 5:00 p.m. 11 * at Campbell 7:00 p.m. 13 * at ETSU 1:30 p.m. 18 * JACKSONVILLE 5:00 p.m. 20 * UNF Noon 25 * at Lipscomb 5:15 p.m. CT 27 * at Belmont 5:00 p.m. CT MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S TEAMS

NOVEMBER 14 GEORGIA STATE 5:00 p.m. 22 LONGWOOD 1:30 p.m. 24 CLEMSON 7:00 p.m. 27 1 at Chattanooga 7:00 p.m. 28 1 Chattanooga Classic TBD DECEMBER 3 * BELMONT 5:00 p.m. 5 * LIPSCOMB 5:00 p.m. 18 GEORGIA TECH 7:00 p.m. 21 at Georgia Southern 5:00 p.m. 29 at North Carolina 2:00 p.m. JANUARY 2 * at UNF 4:30 p.m. 4 * at Jacksonville 5:00 p.m. 7 * ETSU 5:00 p.m. 9 * CAMPBELL 5:00 p.m. 16 * at USC Upstate 3:00 p.m. 21 * at FGCU 7:05 p.m. 23 * at Stetson 3:00 p.m. 27 * at Mercer 5:00 p.m. 30 * FGCU 5:00 p.m.

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 14 at Richmond L, 62-79 17 at North Carolina L, 68-102 19 at Georgia Tech L, 49-77 22 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON L, 79-86 DECEMBER 3 at Troy W, 64-58 13 * USC UPSTATE W, 80-63 15 GEORGIA SOUTHERN W, 82-61 18 * ETSU L, 78-79 (OT) 21 at Longwood W, 61-41 29 at Clemson L, 65-78 JANUARY 5 * at Campbell W, 66-48 8 * at North Florida W, 60-50 10 * at Jacksonville L, 56-70 15 * STETSON L, 65-77 17 * FGCU L, 72-78 21 * at Lipscomb W, 66-64 24 * at Belmont W, 61-59 28 * at Mercer L, 56-66 31 * CAMPBELL W, 73-57

MEN’S HISTORY

94 11 47 373 12.9 56 8 27 259 13.0 73 10 74 306 10.9 53 9 52 225 11.3 54 20 24 294 10.9 26 19 12 205 10.8 41 9 42 241 8.3 27 8 20 147 7.4 49 25 13 199 6.9 34 17 9 151 7.6 32 6 17 176 6.1 23 6 14 127 6.4 55 2 19 167 6.0 37 1 12 102 5.4 99 0 25 91 3.1 62 0 16 61 3.1 9 5 6 20 2.0 4 5 1 8 2.7 25 0 6 29 1.7 23 0 6 27 1.7 7 3 0 24 1.4 5 3 0 22 1.8 12 2 2 12 0.9 4 0 0 0 0.0 4 0 1 7 0.8 4 0 1 6 1.2 2 0 0 2 0.5 0 0 0 2 2.0 13 8 569 93 276 1941 66.9 366 76 170 1342 67.1 580 111 270 1916 66.1 376 67 169 1283 64.2

MEN’S TEAMS

95 169 5.8 76 1 91 64 113 5.7 59 1 66 87 117 4.2 63 0 61 66 91 4.6 46 0 51 107 190 7.0 86 4 21 75 132 6.9 60 3 15 44 66 2.3 35 0 29 33 46 2.3 23 0 17 99 170 5.9 87 4 11 79 133 6.7 62 3 8 59 124 4.3 64 2 29 44 93 4.7 46 1 16 48 74 2.6 34 0 42 30 47 2.5 23 0 28 52 71 2.4 36 0 83 37 52 2.6 26 0 60 15 26 2.6 26 1 1 8 13 4.3 7 0 0 19 21 1.2 27 0 20 18 20 1.3 27 0 20 4 14 0.8 12 0 3 3 12 1.0 7 0 1 7 12 0.9 18 0 4 1 4 0.6 3 0 1 2 3 0.3 4 0 2 2 3 0.6 3 0 2 1 1 0.3 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 76 149 5.1 0 60 110 5.5 0 715 1207 41.6 570 12 397 520 869 43.5 392 8 285 715 1125 38.8 515 - 383 500 779 39.0 363 11 248

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

24 BAKER, Jennifer 29 29 888 30.6 132 322 .410 47 125 .376 62 89 .697 74 Conference-Only... 20 20 609 30.5 89 227 .392 37 90 .411 44 65 .677 49 11 KELLEY, Greteya 28 27 825 29.5 113 318 .355 26 85 .306 54 76 .711 30 Conference-Only... 20 19 602 30.1 84 237 .354 20 60 .333 37 53 .698 25 44 HENDERSON, Britteny 27 18 638 23.6 113 239 .473 0 0 .000 68 97 .701 83 Conference-Only... 19 11 441 23.2 78 167 .467 0 0 .000 49 69 .710 57 20 LOCKETT, Gia 29 1 514 17.7 91 242 .376 24 95 .253 35 57 .614 22 Conference-Only... 20 0 324 16.2 53 157 .338 14 62 .226 27 43 .628 13 42 NIXON, Montinique 29 18 617 21.3 88 183 .481 0 0 .000 23 40 .575 71 Conference-Only... 20 12 467 23.4 69 137 .504 0 0 .000 13 26 .500 54 30 BULLOCK, DeAndrea 29 20 752 25.9 51 138 .370 16 49 .327 58 91 .637 65 Conference-Only... 20 16 536 26.8 37 102 .363 15 40 .375 38 58 .655 49 12 SMITH, Angie 28 2 493 17.6 61 199 .307 20 91 .220 25 38 .658 26 Conference-Only... 19 2 325 17.1 38 123 .309 12 57 .211 14 22 .636 17 23 JOHNSON, Lennisha 29 27 586 20.2 38 104 .365 2 15 .133 13 20 .650 19 Conference-Only... 20 18 391 19.6 25 72 .347 1 12 .083 10 16 .625 15 15 HARRIS, Davia 10 0 106 10.6 10 22 .455 0 0 .000 0 3 .000 11 Conference-Only... 3 0 41 13.7 4 10 .400 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 5 25 JOHNSON, Ashley 17 1 192 11.3 6 20 .300 1 5 .200 16 21 .762 2 Conference-Only... 16 1 182 11.4 5 18 .278 1 5 .200 16 21 .762 2 32 JOHNSON, Jasmine 17 1 84 4.9 10 21 .476 0 0 .000 4 7 .571 10 Conference-Only... 12 1 66 5.5 9 18 .500 0 0 .000 4 7 .571 9 05 BOLDEN,Tamasha 14 1 97 6.9 6 12 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 5 Conference-Only... 7 0 25 3.6 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 3 10 MOLDEN, JoeDonna 9 0 25 2.8 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 5 6 .833 1 Conference-Only... 5 0 16 3.2 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 4 4 1.000 1 03 MINTER, Asia 4 0 9 2.3 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 Conference-Only... 1 0 1 1.0 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 TM TEAM................ 73 Conference-Only... 50 Total.......... 29 721 1826 .395 136 467 .291 363 545 .666 492 Conference-Only... 20 493 1274 .387 100 327 .306 256 385 .665 349 Opponents...... 29 674 1672 .403 131 403 .325 437 649 .673 410 Conference-Only... 20 444 1153 .385 98 282 .348 297 446 .666 279

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## Player

71

LIPSCOMB University LADY BISONS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

Pos

Ht

Cl

Hometown/Previous School

4 12 14 20 22 24 30 32 34 40 42 44 50 54

G G G G W W W W W P P P P P

5-7 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-10 5-8 5-11 5-9 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-1

So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr.

Nashville, Tenn./Ensworth Government/Public Admin. Franklin, Tenn./Independence Exercise Science Mt. Juliet, Tenn./Mt. Juliet Chemistry Davenport, Iowa/Davenport West Exercise Science Clarksville, Tenn./Clarksville Accounting Mt. Juliet, Tenn./Wilson Central Elementary Education Brentwood, Tenn./Brentwood Psychology Nashville, Tenn./Ezell-Harding Christian Biology Jackson, Tenn./Madison Exercise Science Auburn, Ala./Auburn Biology Grayson, Ga./Greater Atlanta Christian Oral Communications LaVernia, Texas/LaVernia Biology Murfreesboro, Tenn./Siegel Nursing Elizabethtown, Ky./Central Hardin Psychology

Anna Bowers Jenna Bartsokas Miaca Bowman Toia McGowan Valerie Bronson Chelsea Burroughs Hannah Phillips Leah McAlister Morgan Faulkner Brittany Duerk Cree Nix Chelsea McMeans Clair Waggener Kaitie Fritts

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

11.5 7.5 2.6 47.1 32 87.5 1.4 0.8 30.3

Frank Bennett

Jenna Bartsokas Cree Nix Jenna Bartsokas Clair Waggener Anna Bowers Miaca Bowman Jenna Bartsokas Cree Nix Jenna Bartsokas

POSTSEASON LADY BISONS IN THE WNIT None

LADY BISONS IN THE NCAA 2004 Midwest Region (Chattanooga, Tenn.) Mar 20 Vanderbilt L, 44-76

Alma Mater: Lipscomb (1973) Office: 615-966-6479 Record at Lipscomb: 563-369 Overall Record: Same

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Tenn. Location...................................................... Nashville, Founded...........................................1951 Founded.........................................................................1891 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment.....................................................................3418 Member Since................................2001 Member Since...............................................................2003 Nickname........................................Bruins Nickname. ......................................................... Colors..............................................Navy Blue,Lady Red,Bisons White Colors. .......................................................Purple and Gold President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President...................................Dr. L. Randolph Lowry III Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director. ................................ Faculty Athletics Rep.. ...................Rich Philip Tiner Hutcheson Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep............................. Dr. Kent Johnson Senior Woman Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator.................Dr. Lin Garner Facility Information Home Court.................................................... Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Allen Arena Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened..............................................................2001 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity......................................................................5028 Home Record............................................................. Record................................ Home 67-53 Team Facts Head Coach.................................................Frank Coach...................................Rick Byrd Head Bennett AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant ................................................. Billy Snell Assistant Coach. Coach........................................Katie ...........................Brian AyersBeth Allen Assistant Assistant Coach. Coach................................................. ...........................Roger Idstrom Assistant Lynsie Blau 2008-09 Record.............................25-9 2008-09 Record............................................................ 6-24 A-Sun Record/Finish.....................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish. ..........................................4-16/11th Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L......................................................................4/1 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L.........................................................10/3 Team History Regular Season Season Titles. Titles.......................................................... ..................2 Regular 1 Title. ............2008 Last LastRegular RegularSeason Season Title........................................2004 Tournament Titles.............................................................. Titles.........................3 Tournament 1 Tournament Title. ..................2008 Last Last Tournament Title..............................................2004 Last Tournament Appearance.....2009 Last Tournament Appearance.................................2008 Tournament Record.....................11-4 (7 AppearTournament Record........................ 4-4 (4 appearances) ances)

72

Academic Major

Year

School

Overall Pct.

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

Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb

15-15 17-16 18-12 24-11 14-17 19-11 17-10 16-14 26-9 30-8 24-9 19-12 28-6 31-7 35-4 31-6 26-10 23-12 27-8 16-17 15-13 16-12 13-15 20-12 13-15 6-21 8-21 10-22 6-24

A-Sun

Pct.

.500 .515 .600 .686 .455 .633 .630 .533 .743 .789 .727 .613 .824 .816 .897 .838 .722 .657 .771 .485 .536 .571 .464 .625 14-6 .464 10-10 .222 5-15 .276 6-12 .290 7-9 .200 4-16

.700 .500 .250 .333 .438 .200

Career Record 563-369 A-Sun Record 46-68 NCAA Appearances: 1 (2004)

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball Contact...................... Trevor Garrett Office............................................ 615-966-5990 Fax................................................. 615-966-1806 e-mail................trevor. garrett@lipscomb.edu Press Row....................................... 615-966-7051 Web site...................www.LipscombSports.com

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lipscomb LADY bisons TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

102 7 42 345 11.5 70 3 24 217 10.9 91 6 44 307 10.2 67 6 27 213 10.7 64 24 20 237 7.9 41 15 14 164 8.2 60 10 12 175 5.8 41 7 6 122 6.1 36 0 16 115 5.2 32 0 14 109 7.8 32 14 7 131 4.7 20 8 3 80 4.4 22 9 4 71 4.2 8 4 2 32 4.0 33 3 8 88 3.0 25 2 7 60 3.2 44 9 3 81 2.9 36 9 3 71 3.6 29 0 7 84 2.8 19 0 4 49 2.5 48 0 22 32 1.1 28 0 15 26 1.3 8 0 4 14 1.0 2 0 3 6 0.9 11 0 3 15 0.9 8 0 3 12 1.0 11 4 591 82 192 1695 56.5 401 54 125 1161 58.0 477 113 278 2000 66.7 321 74 203 1340 67.0

Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 5 * at Campbell L, 56-70 10 * BELMONT L, 60-61 13 * ETSU L, 55-68 15 * USC UPSTATE W, 94-77 19 * at Mercer L, 56-68 21 * at Kennesaw State L, 78-88 26 * JACKSONVILLE L, 42-71 28 * NORTH FLORIDA W, 56-54 MARCH 4 2 vs. Jacksonville L, 51-63

All Times Central * - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer 1 - Morehead State Classic (Morehead, Ky.)

UNIVERSITY FACTS

- The Bisons return four starters and 10 letter winner from the team that went 4-16 in conference play a year ago. - In just three years, enrollment has jumped by more than 500 students (21.3 percent), thanks in large part to 10 new

- Lipcomb head coach Frank Bennett sit 18 game short of graduate programs, seven new undergraduate programs and coaching his 950 game as head coach of the Bisons. $44.5 million spent in construction.

Cree Nix ranks first among returning Bisons in rebounds and blocks.

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COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

- Jenna Bartsokas returns as Lipscomb’s leader in points, - Lipscomb University is celebrating its largest ever enrollment, assists, steals and minutes. surpassing the 3,000 mark for the first time in its 117-year history. Students can earn a bachelor’s degree in 90 fields of - Cree Nix ranks as the Bisons returning leader in rebounds study and several pre-professional programs. Lipscomb offers and blocks. 22 fields of study at the master’s level, a doctoral degree in pharmacy and an accelerated adult degree program.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES

27 * at Belmont 5:00 p.m. 30 at ETSU 12:30 p.m. FEBRUARY 1 * at Campbell 4:45 p.m. 6 * UNF 1:00 p.m. 8 * JACKSONVILLE 7:00 p.m. 11 * at USC Upstate 4:00 p.m. 18 * at FGCU 4:15 p.m. 20 * at Stetson 2:00 p.m. 25 * KENNESAW STATE 5:15 p.m. 27 * MERCER 1:00 p.m. MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S TEAMS

1 - Dayton Tournament 2 - Atlantic Sun Championship

NOVEMBER 13 LEHIGH 7:30 p.m. 15 CENTRAL ARKANSAS 3:30 p.m. 17 AUSTIN PEAY 7:00 p.m. 20 1 vs.Winston-Salem State 3:30 p.m. 21 1 at Morehead State 3:30 p.m. 22 1 vs. Presbyterian Noon 28 at Tennessee State 7:00 p.m. 30 at Tennessee Tech 8:00 p.m. DECEMBER 3 * at Mercer 4:00 p.m. 5 * at Kennesaw State 4:00 p.m. 8 EVANSVILLE 7:00 p.m. 28 SOUTH ALABAMA 7:00 p.m. JANUARY 2 * STETSON 1:00 p.m. 4 * FGCU 5:15 p.m. 9 * USC UPSTATE 4:00 p.m. 11 * BELMONT 5:15 p.m. 14 * at Jacksonville 4:00 p.m. 16 * at UNF 3:30 p.m. 21 * ETSU 5:15 p.m. 23 * CAMPBELL 1:00 p.m.

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 15 at Austin Peay L, 54-65 18 TENNESSEE TECH L , 55-72 20 UT MARTIN W, 61-56 22 at Bowling Green State L, 71-52 24 SAMFORD L, 48-62 29 TENNESSEE STATE W, 63-55 DECEMBER 4 * at UNF L, 51-52 6 * at Jacksonville L, 57-63 9 at Evansville L, 50-74 28 1 at Dayton L, 36-76 29 1 Gardner-Webb L, 64-66 JANUARY 3 * FGCU L, 51-81 5 * STETSON L, 51-65 8 * CAMPBELL W, 69-45 12 * at Belmont W, 76-66 15 * at USC Upstate L, 54-59 17 * at ETSU L, 51-70 22 * KENNESAW STATE L, 64-66 24 * MERCER L, 48-64 29 * at FGCU L, 46-89 31 * at Stetson L, 46-63

09-10 SCHEDULE

MEN’S HISTORY

56 73 2.4 54 1 79 39 48 2.4 33 0 59 139 190 6.3 77 2 43 96 128 6.4 51 2 36 144 226 7.5 50 0 13 92 148 7.4 33 0 10 39 51 1.7 37 0 29 23 34 1.7 24 0 20 17 23 1.0 21 0 14 12 18 1.3 17 0 14 64 99 3.5 28 0 5 48 72 4.0 18 0 4 34 56 3.3 29 0 3 15 27 3.4 18 0 2 47 80 2.8 48 0 9 35 62 3.3 33 0 7 39 73 2.6 57 1 5 35 64 3.2 49 1 3 28 41 1.4 36 0 7 15 22 1.1 21 0 5 47 60 2.0 31 0 70 33 42 2.1 22 0 44 10 12 0.9 11 0 7 3 3 0.4 1 0 3 12 15 0.9 6 0 5 10 13 1.1 4 0 5 86 160 5.3 0 58 113 5.7 0 762 1159 38.6 485 4 289 514 794 39.7 324 3 212 794 1227 40.9 516 - 415 524 828 41.4 337 8 268

MEN’S TEAMS

17 9 51 32 82 56 12 11 6 6 35 24 22 12 33 27 34 29 13 7 13 9 2 0 3 3 74 55 397 280 433 304

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

12 BARTSOKAS, Jenna 30 30 909 30.3 116 352 .330 42 141 .298 71 106 .670 Conference-Only... 20 20 603 30.2 68 233 .292 28 101 .277 53 73 .726 22 PARTIN, Jilian 30 30 817 27.2 91 266 .342 35 94 .372 90 129 .698 Conference-Only... 20 20 545 27.3 64 186 .344 25 71 .352 60 84 .714 42 NIX, Cree 30 30 771 25.7 91 250 .364 0 1 .000 55 85 .647 Conference-Only... 20 20 504 25.2 63 171 .368 0 1 .000 38 59 .644 10 BOWERS, Anna 30 17 617 20.6 54 193 .280 31 97 .320 36 45 .800 Conference-Only... 20 16 451 22.6 40 139 .288 21 69 .304 21 27 .778 24 BURROUGHS, Chelsea 22 0 247 11.2 41 98 .418 26 70 .371 7 13 .538 Conference-Only... 14 0 204 14.6 39 88 .443 25 62 .403 6 11 .545 51 ROLLINS, Katie 28 9 394 14.1 50 116 .431 5 16 .313 26 38 .684 Conference-Only... 18 3 247 13.7 32 65 .492 3 10 .300 13 18 .722 30 McALISTER, Miriam 17 2 252 14.8 26 52 .500 2 2 1.000 17 32 .531 Conference-Only... 8 0 105 13.1 13 24 .542 1 1 1.000 5 13 .385 40 DUERK, Brittany 29 0 536 18.5 33 87 .379 0 0 .000 22 32 .688 Conference-Only... 19 0 383 20.2 25 65 .385 0 0 .000 10 17 .588 44 WAGGENER, Clair 28 19 422 15.1 33 70 .471 0 2 .000 15 28 .536 Conference-Only... 20 17 344 17.2 28 58 .483 0 1 .000 15 28 .536 34 BRONSON,Valerie 30 0 271 9.0 30 103 .291 6 37 .162 18 26 .692 Conference-Only... 20 0 155 7.8 16 59 .271 4 22 .182 13 15 .867 14 BOWMAN, Miaca 30 13 581 19.4 10 49 .204 5 26 .192 7 8 .875 Conference-Only... 20 4 351 17.6 8 33 .242 5 18 .278 5 6 .833 20 MCGOWAN,Toia 14 0 92 6.6 4 21 .190 3 9 .333 3 6 .500 Conference-Only... 7 0 32 4.6 2 7 .286 2 5 .400 0 0 .000 32 McALISTER, Leah 16 0 91 5.7 5 18 .278 4 13 .308 1 2 .500 Conference-Only... 12 0 76 6.3 4 15 .267 3 11 .273 1 2 .500 TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 30 584 1675 .349 159 508 .313 368 550 .669 Conference-Only... 20 402 1143 .352 117 372 .315 240 353 .680 Opponents...... 30 733 1869 .392 170 489 .348 364 494 .737 Conference-Only... 20 486 1266 .384 112 318 .352 256 346 .740

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

INSIDE THE ASUN

## Player

73

MERCER University BEARS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

5 Sharmesia Smith 10 Amber Coleman 11 Kara Powell 12 Neicey Lewis 14 Alex Phillips 15 Eryka Menzies 20 Lindsey Lowrie 21 Kendra Grant 22 LaToya Jackson 23 Lorin Hammer 24 Keema Blakney 25 Samoana Ingram 30 Kourtney Carter 31 Courtney Ford 33 Amber Chatmon 34 Lacy Ramon

Pos

Ht

F F G G F G G G G G G F C G G F

6-0 6-2 6-1 5-6 6-3 5-9 5-9 5-11 5-6 5-5 5-8 5-11 6-0 5-8 5-8 6-1

Cl.

Hometown/Previous School

Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So.

Jonesboro, Ga./Jonesboro Undeclared Travelers Rest, S.C./Southside Undeclared Hot Springs, S.D./Hot Springs Educaton Riverdale, Ga./Heritage Communications Duluth, Ga./Duluth Undeclared Chatsworth, Calif./Chatsworth Communications Bay Village, Ohio/Bay Village Sports Management Macon, Ga./Rutland Undeclared Oklahoma City, Okla./Millwood Communications Peavine, Okla./Sequoyah Biology Simpsonville, S.C./Southside Undeclared Stafford,Va./North Stafford Undeclared Fullerton, Calif./Fullerton Union Business Orange, Calif./Villa Park Communications Albany, Ga./Albany Undeclared Norman, Okla./Norman Broadcasting

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

BEARS IN THE WNIT

1975 (Amarillo, Texas) Mar 13 John F. Kennedy W, 60-59 Mar 14 UCLA L, 50-62 Mar 15 Belmont L, 74-83

BEARS IN THE NCAA None

Janell Jones

13.2 LaToya Jackson 5.8 Courtney Ford 2.9 LaToya Jackson 47.5 Kourtney Carter 36.4 Courtney Ford 84.8 LaToya Jackson 1.7 Courtney Ford .3 Lacy Ramon 34.4 LaToya Jackson

POSTSEASON

Academic Major

Alma Mater: Oklahoma Christian (1983) Office: 478-301-2739 Record at Mercer: 21-40 Overall Record: 246-64

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Ga. Location..............................................................Macon, Founded...........................................1951 Founded.........................................................................1833 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment.....................................................................7500 Member Since...........................1978 Since................................2001 Member (Charter Member) Nickname........................................Bruins Nickname..................................................................... Bears Colors..............................................Navy Blue, Red, White Colors. ........................................................Orange Black President.........................................Dr. Robert C. & Fisher President...........................................William Underwood Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director. ..........................................Bobby Pope Faculty Athletics Rep.. ...................Rich Tiner Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep.......................... Dr.Wiseman Jeffery Hugdahl Senior Woman Senior Woman Administrator.....................Sybil Blalock Facility Information Home Court.........................................University Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Center Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened..............................................................2004 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity......................................................................3200 Home Record............................................................. Record................................ Home 35-30

Year

School

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Oklahoma City U. 35-2 Oklahoma City U. 36-2 Oklahoma City U. 34-1 Oklahoma City U. 38-2 Oklahoma City U. 32-7 UC San Diego 23-5 UC San Diego 27-5 Mercer 4-26 Mercer 17-14

Overall Pct.

.946 .947 .971 .950 .821 .821 .844 .133 .548

A-Sun

Pct.

1-15 12-8

.063 .600

Career Record 246-64 A-Sun Record 13-23

Team Facts Head Coach...................................................... Coach...................................Rick Byrd Janell Jones AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant ................................... Kenneth Cooper Assistant Coach. Coach............................................... ...........................Brian Ayers Assistant Fred Castro Assistant Coach. Coach...........................................Herman ...........................Roger Idstrom Burge Assistant 2008-09 Record. Record........................................................... ...........................25-9 2008-09 17-14 A-Sun Record/Finish.....................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish..........................................12-8/T-4th Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L......................................................................3/2 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L.........................................................10/7 Team History Regular Season Season Titles. Titles.......................................................... ..................2 Regular 2 Title. ............2008 Last LastRegular RegularSeason Season Title........................................1992 Tournament Titles...................................................... Titles.........................3 Tournament None Tournament Title. ..................2008 Last Last Tournament Title...............................................N/A Last Tournament Appearance.....2009 Last Tournament Appearance.................................2009 Tournament Record.....................11-4 (7 AppearTournament Record....................8-22 (22 appearances) ances)

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MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball Contact........................... Andy Stabell Office............................................... 478-301-5218 Fax................................................. 478-301-5350 e-mail........................... stabell_al@mercer.edu Press Row....................................... 478-301-5161 Web site.........................www.MercerBears.com

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Mercer bears TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS

1 - Bahamas Sunshine Shootout 2 - Atlantic Sun Championship

NOVEMBER 13 at Oklahoma 7:00 p.m. 20 at College of Charleston 6:00 p.m. 21 at Charleston Southern 6:00 p.m. 28 at Furman 3:00 p.m. DECEMBER 3 * LIPSCOMB 5:00 p.m. 5 * BELMONT 1:00 p.m. 11 GEORGIA SOUTHERN 7:00 p.m. 19 at Oklahoma State 2:00 p.m. 21 at Texas Tech 7:00 p.m. 28 at High Point 7:00 p.m. 30 at Winthrop 7:00 p.m. JANUARY 2 * at Jacksonville 1:00 p.m. 4 * at UNF 5:30 p.m. 7 * CAMPBELL 5:00 p.m. 9 * ETSU 1:00 p.m. 14 * at USC Upstate 7:00 p.m. 21 * at Stetson 7:00 p.m 23 * at FGCU 7:05pm 27 * KENNESAW STATE 5:00 p.m. 30 STETSON 1:00 p.m.

- Mercer made a big leap from year one to year two under head coach Janell Jones. After going 4-26 in 2007-08 with a Courtney Ford pulled down conference record of 1-15 the Bears improved to 12-8 in 5.8 rebounds a game a season conference play in 2008-09 with an overall record of 17-14. ago while boasting a 36.4 3-point field goal percentage

UNIVERSITY FACTS - Mercer’s first-day enrollment figures for the 2009-2010 academic year topped the 8,000 mark, a 6.8 percent increase over opening day numbers last fall and an all-time record for the 176-year-old institution. The opening day tally stood at 8,044, compared with 7,533 on the first day of classes last year – a 511-student increase. - For the seventh consecutive year, The Princeton Review named Mercer to its list of America’s best colleges in the 2010 edition of the book, “Best 371 Colleges.” - Mercer will add men’s NCAA Division I lacrosse to its intercollegiate athletic program during the 2010-2011 academic year and will add a Division I women’s team in 2011-2012. Mercer is the first NCAA Division I institution in Georgia to announce the addition of lacrosse to its athletic program.

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COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

- LaToya Jackson, the Bears returning scoring leader, ranked second on the team a season ago and also ranks tops among returning Bears in assists, free throw percentage and minutes.

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES - Head Coach Janell Jones enter the 2009-10 season just four wins shy of 250 for her career. Jones guided the Bears to a 17-14 in 2008-09 with a conference record of 12-8. Jones enters her ninth season as a college head coach with a career winning percentage of .794.

FEBRUARY 1 * FGCU 5:00 p.m. 4 * at Kennesaw State 5:00 p.m. 8 * USC UPSTATE 5:00 p.m. 11 * at ETSU 7:00 p.m. 13 * at Campbell 1:00 p.m. 18 * UNF 1:00 p.m. 20 * JACKSONVILLE 1:00 p.m. 25 * at Belmont 5:00 p.m. CT 27 * at Lipscomb 1:00 p.m. CT MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S TEAMS

FEBRUARY 2 * CAMPBELL W, 67-49 5 * NORTH FLORIDA W, 65-61 7 * JACKSONVILLE L, 54-61 9 * at Kennesaw State L, 50-64 12 * at Stetson W, 71-67 14 * at FGCU L, 58-65 19 * LIPSCOMB W, 68-56 21 * BELMONT W, 70-61 26 * at USC Upstate L, 59-71 28 * at ETSU W, 90-79 MARCH 5 2 vs Stetson W, 84-51 6 2 vs ETSU L, 60-82

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 14 at No. 11 Texas A&M L, 45-73 18 at South Carolina St W, 78-54 21 at Louisiana-Lafayette W , 71-62 24 at South Alabama L, 82-96 29 HIGH POINT W, 79-69 DECEMBER 3 * USC UPSTATE W, 79-75 5 * ETSU W, 77-61 14 at Florida State L, 54-74 18 1 FAU W, 74-68 19 1 East Carolina L, 57-61 29 at Wichita State L, 59-71 JANUARY 3 * at Campbell L, 50-56 8 * at Jacksonville L, 60-78 10 * at North Florida W, 70-44 15 * FGCU L, 76-85 17 * STETSON W, 58-44 22 * at Belmont L, 69-71 24 * at Lipscomb W, 64-48 28 * KENNESAW STATE W, 66-56

09-10 SCHEDULE

MEN’S HISTORY

114 22 55 446 14.4 66 16 33 278 13.9 87 2 29 409 13.2 59 1 18 277 13.9 80 3 52 363 11.7 47 3 38 217 10.9 108 6 58 285 9.5 77 4 45 187 9.8 56 11 39 164 5.3 33 8 25 112 5.6 7 5 9 83 3.0 5 4 8 42 2.3 27 3 16 79 2.7 21 2 10 67 3.5 24 9 4 73 2.6 13 5 1 43 2.4 19 7 11 59 1.9 14 5 8 41 2.1 27 8 14 42 1.7 18 5 11 26 1.5 25 2 10 46 1.6 16 1 4 24 1.3 4 0 0 8 0.9 4 0 0 3 0.4 2 0 1 5 0.6 2 0 1 4 0.8 5 0 0 2 0.3 2 0 0 0 0.0 6 4 591 78 298 2064 66.6 381 54 202 1321 66.1 596 94 252 2013 64.9 378 57 186 1252 62.6

MEN’S TEAMS

110 161 5.2 122 11 36 74 108 5.4 80 8 23 62 74 2.4 51 0 89 39 51 2.6 34 0 58 124 180 5.8 55 2 65 87 118 5.9 34 2 38 102 150 5.0 80 2 72 66 93 4.9 50 2 51 82 127 4.1 87 5 19 57 87 4.4 55 2 10 18 37 1.3 21 0 3 15 28 1.6 17 0 1 44 52 1.8 38 1 19 32 36 1.9 26 1 13 21 37 1.3 29 0 13 10 18 1.0 17 0 7 54 77 2.5 34 0 24 39 53 2.7 24 0 16 27 33 1.3 24 0 15 17 21 1.2 17 0 11 18 27 0.9 33 0 11 12 14 0.8 23 0 6 6 7 0.8 7 0 0 6 6 0.9 7 0 0 2 3 0.3 8 0 0 1 1 0.2 5 0 0 2 2 0.3 3 0 2 1 1 0.3 1 0 0 85 144 4.6 0 50 93 4.7 0 757 1111 35.8 592 21 368 506 728 36.4 390 15 234 753 1198 38.6 555 - 384 478 770 38.5 355 5 233

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

20 CHISM, Dominique 31 31 821 26.5 176 371 .474 2 6 .333 92 139 .662 51 Conference-Only... 20 20 484 24.2 106 223 .475 2 5 .400 64 86 .744 34 22 JACKSON, LaToya 31 30 1067 34.4 117 317 .369 69 194 .356 106 125 .848 12 Conference-Only... 20 20 703 35.2 77 212 .363 46 126 .365 77 88 .875 12 31 FORD, Courtney 31 19 874 28.2 119 311 .383 36 99 .364 89 116 .767 56 Conference-Only... 20 10 541 27.1 69 189 .365 23 61 .377 56 73 .767 31 05 DOH, Natasha 30 22 838 27.9 104 224 .464 13 39 .333 64 119 .538 48 Conference-Only... 19 12 533 28.1 67 134 .500 10 27 .370 43 83 .518 27 11 SEYMOUR, Cristin 31 20 664 21.4 56 146 .384 13 39 .333 39 49 .796 45 Conference-Only... 20 16 470 23.5 38 103 .369 9 28 .321 27 35 .771 30 30 CARTER,Kourtney 28 8 285 10.2 38 80 .475 0 0 .000 7 8 .875 19 Conference-Only... 18 4 185 10.3 19 47 .404 0 0 .000 4 4 1.000 13 21 LEWIS, Megan 29 7 406 14.0 31 70 .443 16 42 .381 1 5 .200 8 Conference-Only... 19 6 300 15.8 26 54 .481 14 33 .424 1 5 .200 4 10 LEWIS, TaShera 28 9 306 10.9 33 64 .516 0 2 .000 7 11 .636 16 Conference-Only... 18 4 168 9.3 20 33 .606 0 1 .000 3 7 .429 8 25 LEONARD, Nicole 31 2 367 11.8 26 53 .491 0 0 .000 7 12 .583 23 Conference-Only... 20 2 247 12.4 18 40 .450 0 0 .000 5 8 .625 14 34 RAMON, Lacy 25 6 276 11.0 17 43 .395 1 6 .167 7 12 .583 6 Conference-Only... 17 6 207 12.2 10 27 .370 1 4 .250 5 8 .625 4 12 LEWIS, Anqaneice 29 1 231 8.0 14 46 .304 4 14 .286 14 21 .667 9 Conference-Only... 18 0 134 7.4 8 26 .308 2 8 .250 6 12 .500 2 33 Bawden, Holly 9 0 37 4.1 3 9 .333 1 1 1.000 1 2 .500 1 Conference-Only... 7 0 27 3.9 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 24 POWELL, Kara 9 0 23 2.6 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 1 Conference-Only... 5 0 17 3.4 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 0 23 HAMMER, Lorin 8 0 30 3.8 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 Conference-Only... 4 0 9 2.3 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 TM TEAM................ 59 Conference-Only... 43 Total.......... 31 736 1740 .423 155 442 .351 437 623 .701 354 Conference-Only... 20 460 1097 .419 107 293 .365 294 413 .712 222 Opponents...... 31 691 1793 .385 167 596 .280 464 670 .693 445 Conference-Only... 20 415 1153 .360 101 403 .251 321 446 .720 292

INSIDE THE ASUN

## Player

75

University of North Florida LADY OSPREYS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

Pos

Ht

Cl.

Hometown/Previous School

3 4 5 10 15 20 21 22 23 25 32 34 35 42

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

5-7 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-10 5-8 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-11 6-2

So. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. So. So. Fr.

Copperas Cove, Texas/Copperas Cove Nursing Jacksonville, Fla. /Wolfson Elementary Education Gainesville, Fla. /Buchholz Undeclared Monroe, Ga./Monroe Area Exercise Science Birmingham, Ala. /Minor Undeclared Traverse City, Mich. /Traverse City Undeclared Sunrise, Fla. /American Heritage Undeclared North Miami Beach, Fla. /North Miami Beach Accounting/Business Fort Lauderdale, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas Criminal Justice Olathe, Kan./Olathe South Richmond,Va./Maggie Walker Health Science Fort. Lauderdale, Fla. /St. Thomas Aquinas Biology Olathe, Kan./Olathe South Undeclared St. Petersburg, Fla./Gibbs Undeclared

Kim Baker JulieMay Syquio DeAdria Hilliard Brittany Kirkland Margaret Bell Dori Lansbach Taylor Smith Arlande Cherizol Shennette Sheffield Jadhon Kerr Rachelle Rasley Kayla Mobley Jadhken Kerr Lakira Jones

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

11.1 5.4 3.1 47.1 38.8 80 2.4 .7 31

POSTSEASON None

UNF IN THE NCAA None

Mary Tappmeyer

Brittany Kirkland Arlande Cherizol JulieMay Syquio Brittany Jones Brittany Kirkland Rachelle Rasley JulieMay Syquio Arlande Cherizol Brittany Kirkland

UNF IN THE NIT

Alma Mater: NewYork-Cortland (1981) Office: 904-620-4667 Record at UNF: 246-237 Overall Record: 341-312

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Fla. Location.................................................. Jacksonville, Founded...........................................1951 Founded......................................................................1965 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment.............................................................. 17,000 Member Since............................................................2005 Since................................2001 Member Nickname........................................Bruins Nickname....................................................Lady Ospreys Colors..............................................Navy Blue, Red, White Colors..................................................Navy Blue & Gray President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President......................................................John Delaney Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director. . ......................................... Lee Moon Faculty Athletics Rep.....................Rich Tiner Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep................................Dr. Mary Borg Senior Woman Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator....................Kathy Klein Facility Information Home Court..................................................UNF Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Arena Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened...........................................................1993 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity...................................................................5800 Home Record........................................................151-88 Record................................ Home Team Facts Head Coach..........................................Mary Coach...................................Rick ByrdTappmeyer Head AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Assistant ........................................Alexander Nancy Miller Assistant Coach. Coach..........................................Paula ...........................Brian Ayers williams Assistant Assistant Coach. Coach........................................... ...........................Roger Idstrom Assistant Keunta Miles 2008-09 Record. Record...........................................................8-21 ...........................25-9 2008-09 A-Sun Record/Finish.....................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish.......................................... 7-13/8th Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L................................................................... 3/2 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L......................................................10/2 Team History Regular Season SeasonTitles. Titles............................................... ..................2 Regular None ............2008 Last LastRegular RegularSeason SeasonTitle. Title......................................N/A TournamentTitles................................................... Titles.........................3 Tournament None ..................2008 Last LastTournament TournamentTitle. Title............................................N/A Last LastTournament TournamentAppearance.....2009 Appearance...............................N/A Tournament Record.....................11-4 (7 Appearances)

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Academic Major

Year

School

1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 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

Missouri Rolla Missouri Rolla Missouri Rolla Missouri Rolla Missouri Rolla Missouri Rolla Missouri Rolla UNF UNF UNF UNF UNF UNF UNF UNF UNF UNF UNF UNF UNF UNF UNF UNF UNF

Overall Pct.

9-12 6-19 19-8 11-15 17-11 16-9 17-11 10-17 16-12 18-10 16-12 11-16 11-17 18-10 16-11 14-13 20-9 20-12 24-6 12-17 11-17 8-21 13-16 8-21

A-Sun

.429 .240 .704 .423 .607 .640 .607 .370 .571 .643 .571 .407 .393 .643 .593 .519 .690 .625 .800 .414 .393 9-11 .276 7-11 .448 8-8 .276 7-13

Pct.

.450 .389 .500 .350

Career Record 341-312 A-Sun Record 31-43

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball Contact...........................April Goode Office............................................... 904-620-4026 Fax................................................. 904-620-2836 e-mail..................................... a.goode@unf.edu Press Row....................................... 904-620-1902 Web site........................ www.UNFOspreys.com

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UNF LADY OSPREYS TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

65 85 2.9 50 0 80 45 57 2.9 37 0 56 19 23 3.8 11 0 5 6 6 3.0 3 0 1 83 123 4.2 44 0 50 53 81 4.1 24 0 27 54 85 2.9 74 2 91 45 70 3.5 57 2 70 85 156 5.4 66 1 21 63 119 6.0 48 1 15 94 131 4.9 59 1 13 63 80 4.2 39 1 6 26 36 2.3 19 0 5 17 20 2.5 7 0 2 32 66 2.5 61 1 12 24 47 2.4 48 1 6 19 39 1.3 29 0 12 16 32 1.6 23 0 8 113 163 5.6 51 0 29 87 125 6.3 35 0 22 22 40 1.6 17 0 5 18 29 1.5 10 0 1 30 41 1.5 27 0 6 21 28 1.6 11 0 5 82 137 4.7 0 54 87 4.4 0 724 1125 38.8 508 5 329 512 781 39.0 342 5 219

154 4 43 321 11.1 113 4 31 251 12.6 9 3 4 53 8.8 2 2 1 9 4.5 62 1 27 223 7.7 42 1 17 160 8.0 118 3 69 221 7.6 81 2 58 177 8.9 47 20 27 134 4.6 30 14 19 108 5.4 44 4 11 117 4.3 33 2 8 75 3.9 23 1 8 58 3.6 11 1 5 27 3.4 27 13 7 82 3.2 22 7 4 54 2.7 39 1 14 91 3.1 33 1 9 71 3.6 57 6 33 89 3.1 31 3 24 67 3.4 16 0 8 60 2.4 10 0 3 40 2.1 20 2 4 62 2.3 10 2 3 25 1.4 12 9 628 58 255 1511 52.1 427 39 182 1064 53.2

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 5 * at Mercer L, 61-65 7 * at Kennesaw State L, 46-50 14 * CAMPBELL W, 61-51 16 * at Jacksonville L, 56-64 19 * FGCU L, 48-57 21 * STETSON W, 60-56 (OT) 26 * at Belmont W, 64-57 28 * at Lipscomb L, 54-56

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer 1 - Hampton Inn Lady Osprey Holiday Classic (Jacksonville, Fla.)

UNIVERSITY FACTS

- Brittany Kirkland leads all returning Lady Ospreys in points, - The Princeton Review named the University of UNF as a 2009 Best Southeastern College 3-point percentage and minutes played.

JulieMay Syquio returns as the Lady Ospreys leader in assists and steals.

- UNF will host the 2009 and 2010 Atlantic Sun Outdoor Track Champsionships

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE 2009-10 BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

- Head Coach Mary Tappmeyer sits only nine wins shy of 350 - UNF Osprey athletes earned the most academic allfor here career and only four wins shy of 250 as the head conference honors in the Atlantic Sun Conference for the second year in a row. Of 279 eligible Osprey athletes, 163 coach of the Lady Ospreys. earned academic all-conference honors. - JulieMay Syquio leads all returning UNF players in assists and - UNF recently installed new nine-lane competition track steals. built by Mondo, which has built every Olympic track - The Lady Ospreys only lose two letterwinners from a season since 1984. There are only two other tracks in the world featuring this surface. ago however they were both starters.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES

27 * JACKSONVILLE 7:00 p.m. 30 * at USC Upstate 3:00 p.m. FEBRUARY 6 * at Lipscomb 1:00 p.m. CT 8 * at Belmont 7:00 p.m. CT 11 * STETSON 5:30 p.m. 13 * FGCU 4:30 p.m. 18 * at Mercer 7:30 p.m. 20 * at Kennesaw State Noon 25 * ETSU 5:30 p.m. 27 * CAMPBELL 4:30 p.m. MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S TEAMS

NOVEMBER 14 at Florida State 7:00 p.m. 17 at Pittsburgh 11:00 a.m. 21 at South Florida 7:00 p.m. 24 BETHUNE-COOKMAN 7:00 p.m. 27 * at Campbell 4:00 p.m. DECEMBER 02 ALABAMA STATE 7:00 p.m. 05 * at ETSU 1:30 p.m. 14 at Wake Forest 11:30 p.m. 1 17 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE 5:00 p.m. 18 1 SAVANNAH STATE 5:00 p.m. 31 at Miami 2:00 p.m. JANUARY 2 * KENNESAW STATE 4:30 p.m. 4 * MERCER 5:30 p.m. 7 * at FGCU 6:05 p.m. 9 * at Stetson 2:00 p.m. 14 * BELMONT 5:30 p.m. 16 * LIPSCOMB 4:30 p.m. 18 * at Jacksonville 5:00 p.m. 21 * USC UPSTATE 5:30 p.m.

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 14 vs Bethune-Cookman L, 56-68 18 FLORIDA STATE L, 49-60 22 at SE Louisiana L, 46-66 30 WOFFORD W, 71-60 DECEMBER 4 * LIPSCOMB W, 52-51 6 * BELMONT L, 34-60 14 at USF L, 44-90 17 LONGWOOD L, 38-46 18 TEXAS A&M-CC L, 47-58 29 at Lehigh L, 47-67 30 vs Valparaiso L, 49-58 JANUARY 3 * at USC Upstate L, 50-69 5 * at ETSU L, 42-56 8 * KENNESAW STATE L, 50-60 10 * MERCER L, 44-70 15 * JACKSONVILLE L, 42-61 19 * at Campbell L, 38-61 22 * at Stetson W, 62-52 24 * at FGCU L, 46-63 29 * USC UPSTATE W, 74-64 31 * ETSU W, 80-73

09-10 SCHEDULE

MEN’S HISTORY

Returning Players in Italics

MEN’S TEAMS

20 12 4 0 40 28 31 25 71 56 37 17 10 3 34 23 20 16 50 38 18 11 11 7 55 33 401 269

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

02 KIRKLAND,Brittany 29 21 899 31.0 125 311 .402 26 67 .388 45 67 .672 Conference-Only... 20 17 659 33.0 99 231 .429 20 48 .417 33 50 .660 24 KERR, Jadhken 6 4 163 27.2 17 53 .321 15 43 .349 4 5 .800 Conference-Only... 2 2 57 28.5 3 16 .188 3 15 .200 0 1 .000 20 BOWEN, Jennifer 29 25 795 27.4 79 281 .281 16 66 .242 49 69 .710 Conference-Only... 20 17 525 26.3 55 195 .282 12 48 .250 38 53 .717 04 SYQUIO, Juliemay 29 21 716 24.7 80 217 .369 15 49 .306 46 61 .754 Conference-Only... 20 17 548 27.4 63 174 .362 9 40 .225 42 53 .792 22 CHERIZOL, Arlande 29 23 639 22.0 60 147 .408 1 2 .500 13 29 .448 Conference-Only... 20 18 484 24.2 47 112 .420 1 1 1.000 13 27 .481 34 MOBLEY, Kayla 27 6 395 14.6 47 131 .359 2 13 .154 21 38 .553 Conference-Only... 19 3 252 13.3 30 71 .423 0 6 .000 15 22 .682 54 WINDHAM,Willonda 16 2 213 13.3 26 60 .433 0 0 .000 6 11 .545 Conference-Only... 8 1 99 12.4 12 23 .522 0 0 .000 3 7 .429 23 SHEFFIELD, Shennette 26 4 346 13.3 28 60 .467 0 1 .000 26 46 .565 Conference-Only... 20 2 238 11.9 18 42 .429 0 1 .000 18 32 .563 03 BAKER, Kim 29 0 325 11.2 36 109 .330 3 15 .200 16 27 .593 Conference-Only... 20 0 256 12.8 28 83 .337 3 12 .250 12 21 .571 14 GULDAGER, Jennifer 29 27 774 26.7 32 113 .283 5 32 .156 20 26 .769 Conference-Only... 20 20 543 27.2 25 76 .329 3 20 .150 14 18 .778 33 JONES, Brittany 25 7 277 11.1 24 51 .471 0 0 .000 12 21 .571 Conference-Only... 19 3 196 10.3 15 35 .429 0 0 .000 10 15 .667 32 RASLEY, Rachelle 27 0 282 10.4 21 94 .223 12 55 .218 8 10 .800 Conference-Only... 18 0 167 9.3 8 56 .143 5 33 .152 4 6 .667 TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 29 575 1627 .353 95 343 .277 266 410 .649 Conference-Only... 20 403 1114 .362 56 224 .250 202 305 .662

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

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## Player

77

University of SOUTH CAROLINA UPSTATE SPARTANS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

2 3 4 10 11 14 15 20 21 23 40 41 44 52

Pos

Shadae Thompson G Morgan Goss G Ashley Williams G Sharniece Wadelington G Courtney Hawkins G Kendra Wallace G Lauren McRoberts F Lesley Daniel G Chelsea McMillan F Tee’Ara Copney G Chelsey Peterson F Kolesia Richardson G Kimberly Pitman C Christine Nyobe F

Ht

Cl.

Hometown/Previous School

5-7 5-6 5-8 5-7 5-4 5-9 6-1 5-5 6-0 5-6 5-11 5-8 6-2 6-1

Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr.

Greenville, S.C. /Anderson Criminal Justice Morrow, Ga. /Mays Undeclared Spartansburg, S.C. /Westgate Christian Undeclared Greenville, S.C. /UNC Greensboro Nonprofit Adminsitration Greer, S.C. /Greer Communications Hurricane, W.Va. /Nitro Undeclared Carmel, Ind. /Carmel Undeclared Collinwood, Tenn. /Collinwood Undeclared Quincy, Fla. /Santa Fe CC Accounting Asheville, N.C. /Roberson Undeclared Irmo, S.C. /Dutch Fork Undeclared Mary Esther Fla. /Santa Fe CC Special Education Plumtree, N.C. /Avery Interdisclipinary Studies Charlottesville,Va. /The Miller School Undeclared

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

SPARTANS IN THE NIT None

SPARTANS IN THE NCAA None

Tammy George

12.1 Chelsea McMillan 7.8 Chelsea McMillan 3.4 Courtney Hawkins 56 Chelsea Peterson 37.2 Kendra Wallace 83.1 Chelsea McMillan 1.6 Courtney Hawkins 1.5 Chelsea McMillan 34.6 Kendra Wallace

POSTSEASON

Alma Mater: Charlotte (1993) Office: 864-503-5173 Record at Upstate: 45-71 Overall Record: 88-92

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. S.C. Location................................................Spartanburg, Founded...........................................1951 Founded......................................................................1967 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment..................................................................5000 Member Since................................2001 Member Since............................................................2007 Nickname........................................Bruins Nickname............................................................. Spartans Colors..............................................Navy Blue, Red, White Colors. ............................... Dark Green, WhiteC. & Fisher Black President.........................................Dr. Robert Chancellor................................John C. Stockwell, Athletics Director.........................Mike StricklandPh.D. Athletics Director. ............................................Mike Hall Faculty Athletics Rep.. ...................Rich Tiner Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep.................................Dr. Jim Griffis Senior Woman Wiseman Senior Woman Administrator..............Louise Ericson Facility Information Home Court................................... Court..................................Curb Event Center Home G.B. Hodge Center Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened...........................................................1973 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity...................................................................1535 Home Record................................ Home Record......................................................249-164 Team Facts Head Coach............................................Tammy Coach...................................Rick Byrd George Head AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant ..............................................Kiki Glass Assistant Coach. Coach........................................ ...........................Brian Kevin Ayers Nicholls Assistant Assistant Coach.............................Roger Idstrom Assistant Coach............................................... Bill Tinder 2008-09 Record.............................25-9 2008-09 Record....................................................... 13-16 A-Sun Record/Finish.....................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish. ......................................... 8-12/7th Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L................................................................... 3/2 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L........................................................ 8/8 Team History Regular Season SeasonTitles. Titles........................................................0 ..................2 Regular ............2008 Last LastRegular RegularSeason SeasonTitle. Title......................................N/A TournamentTitles................................................... Titles.........................3 Tournament None ..................2008 Last LastTournament TournamentTitle. Title............................................N/A LastTournament TournamentAppearance..................................N/A Appearance.....2009 Last Tournament Record.....................11-4 (7 Appearances)

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Academic Major

Year

School

Overall Pct.

A-Sun

2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Brevard College Brevard College USC Upstate USC Upstate USC Upstate USC Upstate

18-16 25-5 16-14 11-17 5-24 13-16

1-15 8-12

.529 .833 .533 .393 .172 .448

Pct.

.063 .400

Career Record 88-92 A-Sun Record 9-27

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball Contact............................Joe Guistina Office............................................... 864-503-5152 Fax................................................. 864-503-5127 e-mail....................... jguistina@uscupstate.edu Press Row....................................... 864-503-5058 Web site.................. www.UpstateSpartans.com

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TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

USC Upstate spartans

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Returning Players in Italics

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 2 at Virginia Tech L, 62-68 (T) 5 * FGCU L, 53-102 7 * STETSON W, 75-61 13 * at Belmont L, 61-67 15 * at Lipscomb L, 77-94 21 * at Campbell L, 58-62 23 * ETSU L, 84-90 26 * MERCER W, 71-59 28 * KENNESAW STATE W, 71-66

09-10 SCHEDULE

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer

UNIVERSITY FACTS

- Tammy George enters her fifth season as the head coach of - The George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and USC Upstate just five wins of 50 with the Spartans and only 12 Economics at USC Upstate is one of 42 institutions worldwide with undergraduate only programs accredited by wins short of 100 for her coaching career.

the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Students choose from five concentrations – accounting, economics/finance, business administration, management and marketing – to gain a competitive edge in today and tomorrow’s global job market.

- Chelsea McMillan returns as USC Upstate’s leader in points, - The Mary Black School of Nursing at USC Upstate has the assists, free throw percentage and blocks. Courtney Hawkins largest baccalaureate nursing program and the largest RNBSN nursing program in South Carolina. leads all returning Spartans in assists and steals. Courtney Hawkins leds all returning Spartans in assists and steals.

- USC Upstate is in the final stages of its 10-year $150 million master plan that has dramatically increase classroom space, academic support facilities, parking and roadways, housing, and athletic/recreational facilities

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- The Spartants enter their third season in the Atlantic Sun Conference looking to build on their performance from 200809. USC Upstate posted an eight game improvement a season ago from 2007-08.

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES

FEBRUARY 1 * JACKSONVILLE 7:00pm 6 * at Kennesaw State 5:00pm 8 * at Mercer 5:00pm 11 * LIPSCOMB 5:00pm 13 * BELMONT 4:30pm 20 * at Campbell 1:00pm 22 * at ETSU 7:00pm 25 * FGCU 7:00pm 27 * STETSON 3:00pm MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S TEAMS

NOVEMBER 13 NORTH GREENVILLE 7:00 p.m. 16 at Longwood 7:00pm 18 at Virginia 7:00pm 21 INDIANA STATE 3:00pm 24 at South Carolina State 7:00pm 28 UNC ASHEVILLE 3:00pm DECEMBER 1 at Winston-Salem State 7:00pm 15 at Clemson 7:00pm 17 * at Stetson 7:00pm 19 * at FGCU 7:05pm 30 PRESBYTERIAN 3:00pm JANUARY 2 * CAMPBELL 4:30pm 4 * ETSU 4:30pm 7 * at Belmont 5:00pm CT 9 * at Lipscomb 4:00pm CT 14 * MERCER 7:00pm 16 * KENNESAW STATE 3:00pm 21 * at UNF 5:30pm 23 * at Jacksonville 1:00pm 30 UNF 3:00pm

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 15 at Presbyterian W, 63-55 17 MONTREAT W, 93-52 20 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN W, 87-70 25 at IUPUI W, 73-63 DECEMBER 3 * at Mercer L, 75-79 13 * at Kennesaw State L, 63-80 16 at South Carolina L, 57-71 19 vs Oral Roberts L, 60-82 20 vs Oakland L, 60-64 JANUARY 3 * NORTH FLORIDA W, 69-50 5 * JACKSONVILLE L, 58-78 6 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE W, 90-80 8 * at Stetson W, 57-54 10 * at FGCU L, 61-70 15 * LIPSCOMB W, 59-54 17 * BELMONT L, 49-64 24 * CAMPBELL W, 69-61 26 * at ETSU L, 68-80 29 * at North Florida L, 64-74 31 * at Jacksonville W, 69-64

MEN’S HISTORY

58 42 33 339 12.1 45 30 21 266 13.3 40 4 24 337 12.0 32 3 16 230 11.5 77 2 45 312 11.1 59 1 31 217 10.9 68 3 18 213 7.6 53 3 15 178 8.9 57 11 32 209 7.5 44 6 23 162 8.1 63 0 16 145 6.0 49 0 11 74 4.6 49 24 26 123 4.9 35 16 15 72 4.2 40 15 22 79 4.0 34 12 13 36 3.0 4 4 2 27 3.9 2 1 0 3 1.5 11 1 6 32 1.6 10 1 6 19 1.4 16 1 5 27 1.6 14 1 4 22 1.7 41 2 16 33 1.4 28 1 13 19 1.3 7 0 2 10 1.1 3 0 1 7 1.4 4 2 1 11 0.8 1 1 1 6 0.6 2 0 0 2 0.5 0 0 0 0 0.0 5 3 563 116 256 1948 69.6 412 76 170 1311 65.6 558 108 281 1994 71.2 387 71 205 1409 70.4

MEN’S TEAMS

126 217 7.8 91 6 19 99 164 8.2 67 5 12 66 92 3.3 34 0 52 49 72 3.6 25 0 40 97 132 4.7 72 2 96 70 94 4.7 58 2 69 68 97 3.5 55 1 58 49 69 3.5 48 1 39 53 100 3.6 52 3 28 35 69 3.5 35 2 21 38 48 2.0 28 0 44 22 30 1.9 20 0 28 71 94 3.8 65 1 32 50 65 3.8 42 1 18 46 68 3.4 23 0 27 30 41 3.4 14 0 13 12 21 3.0 5 0 2 1 3 1.5 2 0 1 15 28 1.4 26 1 3 8 16 1.1 18 1 1 13 25 1.5 12 0 6 12 21 1.6 10 0 6 19 24 1.0 21 1 22 13 15 1.0 15 1 11 1 2 0.2 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 11 16 1.1 14 0 1 7 9 0.9 8 0 1 1 1 0.3 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 68 126 4.5 0 55 98 4.9 0 730 1132 40.4 515 16 400 500 766 38.3 363 13 260 775 1245 44.5 535 - 422 536 855 42.8 378 8 304

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

21 McMILLAN, Chelsea 28 20 602 21.5 131 299 .438 3 11 .273 74 89 .831 91 Conference-Only... 20 14 452 22.6 99 223 .444 3 8 .375 65 76 .855 65 14 WALLACE, Kendra 28 27 968 34.6 108 281 .384 71 191 .372 50 66 .758 26 Conference-Only... 20 19 703 35.2 76 207 .367 50 144 .347 28 42 .667 23 11 HAWKINS, Courtney 28 25 798 28.5 94 269 .349 33 97 .340 91 127 .717 35 Conference-Only... 20 18 590 29.5 60 179 .335 24 69 .348 73 103 .709 24 41 RICHARDSON, Kolesia 28 2 522 18.6 66 168 .393 15 47 .319 66 88 .750 29 Conference-Only... 20 1 426 21.3 55 140 .393 13 42 .310 55 73 .753 20 40 PETERSON, Chelsey 28 11 563 20.1 79 141 .560 0 1 .000 51 86 .593 47 Conference-Only... 20 10 408 20.4 61 100 .610 0 0 .000 40 62 .645 34 20 DANIEL, Lesley 24 7 466 19.4 46 138 .333 19 57 .333 34 45 .756 10 Conference-Only... 16 6 304 19.0 24 87 .276 12 39 .308 14 22 .636 8 32 FROST, Sam 25 13 537 21.5 48 130 .369 8 34 .235 19 32 .594 23 Conference-Only... 17 7 349 20.5 28 78 .359 6 25 .240 10 18 .556 15 23 JOHNSON, Ebony 20 10 350 17.5 32 107 .299 1 10 .100 14 19 .737 22 Conference-Only... 12 3 209 17.4 13 61 .213 0 3 .000 10 12 .833 11 15 JOHNSON, Brittany 7 0 90 12.9 11 22 .500 0 0 .000 5 7 .714 9 Conference-Only... 2 0 36 18.0 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 2 25 WESTFIELD, Kelly 20 6 177 8.9 8 19 .421 0 0 .000 16 25 .640 13 Conference-Only... 14 4 124 8.9 5 14 .357 0 0 .000 9 15 .600 8 05 POWELL, Cherale 17 9 156 9.2 11 29 .379 1 5 .200 4 8 .500 12 Conference-Only... 13 9 139 10.7 9 27 .333 1 5 .200 3 4 .750 9 02 BRADLEY, Courtney 23 5 292 12.7 10 53 .189 7 43 .163 6 9 .667 5 Conference-Only... 15 4 196 13.1 6 33 .182 3 25 .120 4 7 .571 2 13 WHITING, Tiffany 9 0 34 3.8 3 15 .200 2 9 .222 2 2 1.000 1 Conference-Only... 5 0 18 3.6 2 8 .250 1 5 .200 2 2 1.000 0 44 PITMAN, Kimberly 14 0 60 4.3 4 7 .571 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 5 Conference-Only... 10 0 45 4.5 3 6 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 34 TRANUM, Tara 4 0 10 2.5 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 0 Conference-Only... 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 TM TEAM................ 58 Conference-Only... 43 Total.......... 28 670 1740 .385 166 519 .320 442 618 .715 402 Conference-Only... 20 442 1168 .378 113 365 .310 314 438 .717 266 Opponents...... 28 738 1853 .398 147 453 .325 371 562 .660 470 Conference-Only... 20 516 1267 .407 111 330 .336 266 406 .655 319

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## Player

79

STEtson University HATTERS 2009-10 ROSTER No. Name

Pos

Ht

Cl.

Hometown/Previous School

1 3 5 10 11 12 14 15 23 30 32 34 41

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

5-11 5-7 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-8 5-8 6-4 5-10 5-4 5-8 6-1 6-3

Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Jr.

Cocoa, Fla. (Cocoa H.S.) Psychology Orlanda, Fla. (First Academy) Psychology Delray Beach, Fla. (Atlantic H.S.) Undeclared Belfast, N. Ireland (Northeast CC) Biology Bexley, Ohio (Bexley H.S.) Undeclared Jacksonville, Fla. (Potter’s House Christian Academy) Undeclared Charleston, Tenn. (Florida) Undeclared Mobile, Ala. (Ole Miss) Biology Opelika, Ala. (Opelika H.S.) Rehabilitative Studies Inkster, Mich. (Bowling Green) Undeclared Poinciana, Fla. (Poinciana H.S.) Undeclared Wesley Chapel, Fla. (Wesley Chapel H.S.) Undeclared Upper Sandusky, Ohio (Cincinnati)

Jessica Conner Tierra Brown Simone Taylor Mairead McNally Ashley Dennis Dashauna Truss Kerri Simpson Daphnee Frieson Ashli Jackson Victoria McGowan Lyllique Roman Janelle Mills Natasha Graboski

HEAD COACH

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Points Rebounds Assists FG% 3FG% FT% Steals Blocks Minutes

9.1 7.3 1.9 48.4 33.3 81.8 1.7 0.3 27.9

POSTSEASON 2005 Midwest Region (Knoxville, Tenn.) Mar 19 LSU L, 36-70

HATTERS IN THE NIT None

Lynn Bria

Jessica Conner Jessica Conner Tierra Brown Jessica Conner Ashli Jackson Lyllique Roman Tierra Brown Jessica Conner Jessica Conner

HATTERS IN THE NCAA

Academic Major

Alma Mater: Charleston (1990) Office: 386-822-8116 Record at Stetson: 8-22 Overall Record: 161-235

QUICK FACTS School Facts Location..........................................Nashville, Tenn. Fla. Location...........................................................DeLand, Founded...........................................1951 Founded....................................................................... 1883 Enrollment......................................5017 Enrollment................................................................... 2324 Member Since............................................................. Since................................2001 Member 1985 Nickname........................................Bruins Nickname.................................................................Hatters Colors..............................................Navy Blue, Red, White Colors..........................................Hunter Green & White President.........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher President....................................................... Wendy Libby Athletics Director.........................Mike Strickland Athletics Director. . .............................................Jeff Altier Faculty Athletics Rep.....................Rich Tiner Faculty AthleticsAdministrator....Betty Rep................................ Wiseman Dr. Mike Bitter Senior Woman Senior Woman Administrator.........................Jan Usher Facility Information Home Court......................................... Court..................................Curb Event Center Home Edmunds Center Year YearOpened..................................2003 Opened............................................................ 1974 ..........................................5000 Capacity. Capacity.................................................................... 4000 Home Record....................................................... Record................................ Home 220-225

Year

School

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 2008-09

Texas Women’s U. 5-22 Texas Women’s U. 8-18 Texas Women’s U. 13-14 UCF 13-15 UCF 17-11 UCF 20-10 Ohio 11-17 Ohio 9-20 Ohio 13-16 Ohio 9-19 Ohio 13-15 Ohio 13-16 Ohio 9-20 Stetson 8-22

Overall Pct.

A-Sun

Pct.

.185 .307 .481 .464 9-7 .562 .607 11-5 .687 .667 13-3 .813 .392 .310 .448 .321 .464 .448 .310 .267 5-15 .250

Career Record 161-235 A-Sun Record 38-30

Team Facts Head Coach........................................................ Coach...................................Rick Byrd Lynn Bria AssociateCoach. Head .Coach................Casey Alexander Assistant ......................................Samba Johnson Assistant Coach. Coach..................................Stephanie ...........................Brian Ayers Schueler Assistant Assistant Coach. Coach................................................Bett ...........................Roger IdstromShelby Assistant 2008-09 Record. Record............................................................ ...........................25-9 2008-09 8-22 A-Sun Record/Finish.....................14-2/1st A-Sun Record/Finish........................................ 5-15/T-9th Starters R/L....................................3/2 Starters R/L.....................................................................2/3 Letterwinners R/L.........................9/3 Letterwinners R/L..........................................................4/6 Team History Regular Season SeasonTitles. Titles................................................. ..................2 Regular None ............2008 Last LastRegular RegularSeason SeasonTitle. Title........................................N/A TournamentTitles............................................................. Titles.........................3 Tournament 2 ..................2008 Last LastTournament TournamentTitle. Title............................................ 2005 Last LastTournament TournamentAppearance.....2009 Appearance............................... 2008 Tournament Record................ Record.....................11-4 (7 appearances) AppearTournament 15-21 (22 ances)

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MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball Contact........................Jesse Cazakoff Office............................................... 386-822-8131 Fax................................................. 386-822-8132 e-mail..............................jcazakof@stetson.edu Press Row....................................... 386-822-8133 Web site............................ www.GoHatters.com

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Stetson hatters TOTAL 3-PTS GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct

70 90 3.3 58 0 128 44 58 3.4 42 0 85 144 213 7.3 56 1 12 102 146 7.7 37 1 10 58 73 2.7 75 5 52 30 35 2.1 41 2 33 106 157 5.2 36 1 26 78 113 5.7 22 0 17 40 55 2.1 63 3 16 24 33 1.9 32 1 14 79 121 4.3 79 2 9 61 91 4.6 59 1 7 61 81 2.9 59 1 26 37 52 2.7 41 1 16 32 45 1.6 29 1 23 26 31 1.7 21 1 17 35 48 1.7 50 3 5 28 38 2.0 33 2 4 36 61 2.7 28 1 4 25 33 2.4 17 0 1 99 160 5.3 1 73 116 5.8 1 760 1104 36.8 534 18 301 528 746 37.3 346 9 204 844 1319 44.0 465 - 445 547 868 43.4 298 2 283

86 2 47 298 11.0 57 1 30 201 11.8 57 10 23 263 9.1 36 8 18 190 10.0 68 3 45 239 8.9 41 3 21 158 9.3 51 5 14 255 8.5 35 4 12 181 9.1 49 1 26 184 7.1 32 1 14 115 6.8 55 22 22 198 7.1 37 18 19 132 6.6 61 12 37 144 5.1 42 8 26 84 4.4 42 0 18 92 3.3 27 0 12 66 3.7 30 3 13 64 2.3 21 3 11 44 2.3 22 7 6 40 1.7 14 5 2 18 1.3 14 7 535 65 251 1777 59.2 349 51 165 1189 59.5 536 101 275 2034 67.8 346 71 184 1284 64.2

2008-09 RESULTS FEBRUARY 5 * at ETSU L, 63-92 7 * at USC Upstate L, 61-75 12 * MERCER L, 67-71 14 * KENNESAW STATE L, 51-64 19 * at Jacksonville L, 67-51 21 * at North Florida L, 60-56 (OT) 28 * at Campbell L, 57-67 MARCH 5 1 vs Mercer L, 51-84 1 - Atlantic Sun Championship

09-10 SCHEDULE

* - Atlantic Sun Conference Game ^ - in Macon, Ga. on the campus of Mercer 1 Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.)

WOMEN’S HISTORY

NEWS & NOTES

27 * FGCU 5:15pm 30 * at Mercer 1:00pm FEBRUARY 1 * at Kennesaw State 5:00pm 4 * CAMPBELL 5:30pm 6 * ETSU 3:00pm 11 * at UNF 5:30pm 13 * at Jacksonville 1:00pm 18 * BELMONT 5:30pm 20 * LIPSCOMB 3:00pm 27 * at USC Upstate 3:00pm MARCH 3-6 ^ Atlantic Sun Conferene Tourament

WOMEN’S TEAMS

NOVEMBER 7 FLORIDA SOUTHERN 3:00pm 14 at Florida 3:00pm 17 SAINT LEO 7:00pm 20 at Florida State 7:00pm 25 at Savannah State 7:00pm DECEMBER 1 at St. John’s 7:00pm 5 * FGCU 3:00pm 13 at Furman 1:30pm 17 * USC UPSTATE 7:00pm 21 BETHUNE-COOKMAN 5:00pm 28 1 ST. FRANCIS (PA.) 5:30pm 29 1 TBD 5:30pm JANUARY 2 * at Lipscomb 1:00pm CT 4 * at Belmont 5:00pm CT 7 * JACKSONVILLE 7:00pm 9 * UNF 3:00pm 14 * at ETSU 4:45pm 16 * at Campbell 1:00pm 21 * MERCER 7:00pm 23 * KENNESAW STATE 3:00pm

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

NOVEMBER 14 at UAB L, 58-73 16 NORFOLK STATE W, 84-70 18 at USF L, 55-103 20 at Florida L, 46-82 25 at Southeastern Louisiana L, 60-66 DECEMBER 4 * FGCU W, 77-68 15 * CAMPBELL W, 60-50 18 at Presbyterian W, 67-63 20 at Coastal Carolina L, 49-51 22 at Bethune-Cookman W, 74-73 31 at Arkansas L, 44-85 JANUARY 3 * at Belmont L, 60-63 5 * at Lipscomb W, 65-51 8 * USC UPSTATE L, 54-57 10 * ETSU L, 52-53 15 * at Kennesaw State W, 77-65 17 * at Mercer L, 44-58 22 * NORTH FLORIDA L, 52-62 24 * JACKSONVILLE L, 43-66 26 * at FGCU L, 66-77 29 * BELMONT L, 70-72 31 * LIPSCOMB W, 63-46

MEN’S HISTORY

Returning Players in Italics

UNIVERSITY FACTS

- Jessica Conner leads all returning Hatters in points, assists, - Founded in 1883, Stetson University in Central Florida is an independent university in the liberal arts tradition. field goal percentage, blocks and minutes.

Stetson stresses academic quality and community-engaged

- Stetson enters it second season under head coach Lynn Bria. learning in more than 60 majors within four colleges and Bria holds a record of 38-30 in Atlantic Sun Conference play as schools: the College of Arts & Sciences, the School of Business Administration, the School of Music and the College she also coached UCF during their time in the A-Sun.

Best Colleges,” ranking third in the South for academic quality for 2010 and listed in the guide’s “Great Schools, Great Prices.” - Stetson offers small classes, which foster collaborative learning and close interaction between students and professors. The university has an 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio.

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COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

of Law.

- Tierra Brown ranks first among returning Hatters in assists - Stetson consistently ranks among the South’s top regional and steals. universities in U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s

Tierra Brown passed out 1.9 assists per game a season ago while picking up 1.7 steals per game

MEN’S TEAMS

20 14 69 44 15 5 51 35 15 9 42 30 20 15 13 5 13 10 25 8 61 43 344 218 475 321

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

12 SMITH, Sharnesha 27 26 962 35.6 120 348 .345 13 49 .265 45 61 .738 Conference-Only... 17 17 629 37.0 82 228 .360 10 33 .303 27 33 .818 13 CONNER, Jessica 29 24 810 27.9 103 213 .484 0 0 .000 57 103 .553 Conference-Only... 19 18 559 29.4 74 147 .503 0 0 .000 42 68 .618 03 BROWN,Tierra 27 15 576 21.3 88 236 .373 16 56 .286 47 69 .681 Conference-Only... 17 8 349 20.5 59 148 .399 10 36 .278 30 42 .714 23 JACKSON, Ashli 30 23 800 26.7 89 221 .403 31 93 .333 46 71 .648 Conference-Only... 20 18 587 29.4 64 158 .405 22 68 .324 31 51 .608 24 BIVINS, Jessica 26 13 572 22.0 73 212 .344 11 45 .244 27 33 .818 Conference-Only... 17 5 375 22.1 46 137 .336 7 28 .250 16 19 .842 00 BARKLEY, Ayesha 28 15 612 21.9 81 194 .418 2 9 .222 34 51 .667 Conference-Only... 20 11 431 21.6 55 130 .423 2 8 .250 20 33 .606 05 CARANNANTE, Brittany 28 13 572 20.4 48 126 .381 20 46 .435 28 41 .683 Conference-Only... 19 8 388 20.4 28 82 .341 14 31 .452 14 23 .609 21 ELLISON, Kelly 28 5 429 15.3 31 113 .274 11 62 .177 19 34 .559 Conference-Only... 18 5 272 15.1 21 76 .276 6 43 .140 18 25 .720 34 ROMAN, Lyllique 28 8 380 13.6 26 63 .413 3 9 .333 9 11 .818 Conference-Only... 19 7 278 14.6 17 40 .425 2 7 .286 8 9 .889 33 SWINSON, Shayna 23 8 312 13.6 14 44 .318 0 0 .000 12 28 .429 Conference-Only... 14 3 157 11.2 6 17 .353 0 0 .000 6 10 .600 TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... 30 673 1770 .380 107 369 .290 324 502 .645 Conference-Only... 20 452 1163 .389 73 254 .287 212 313 .677 Opponents...... 30 730 1868 .391 186 599 .311 388 574 .676 Conference-Only... 20 455 1241 .367 117 397 .295 257 376 .684

REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

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CONFERENCE STANDINGS W L Pct PF PA FGCU 17 3 .850 73.7 61.1 ETSU 16 4 .800 74.2 66.2 Jacksonville 13 7 .650 64.9 57.0 Belmont 12 8 .600 60.2 59.9 Mercer 12 8 .600 66.1 62.6 Kennesaw State 11 9 .550 67.1 64.2 USC Upstate 8 12 .400 65.6 70.4 UNF 7 13 .350 53.2 59.8 Campbell 5 15 .250 54.2 64.2 Stetson 5 15 .250 59.5 64.2 Lipscomb 4 16 .200 58.0 67.0 SCORING OFFENSE # Team G W-L ----------------------1. FGCU 31 26-5 2. ETSU 31 20-11 3. USC Upstate 28 13-16 4. Kennesaw State 29 15-14 5. Mercer 31 17-14 6. Jacksonville 32 19-13 7. Belmont 31 18-13 8. Stetson 30 8-22 9. Campbell 30 12-18 10. Lipscomb 30 6-24 11. UNF 29 8-21

Pts Avg/G 2317 2183 1899 1941 2064 1970 1893 1777 1712 1695 1511

74.7 70.4 67.8 66.9 66.6 61.6 61.1 59.2 57.1 56.5 52.1

SCORING DEFENSE # Team G Pts Avg/G ----------------------1. Jacksonville 32 1833 57.3 2. Belmont 31 1844 59.5 3. UNF 29 1769 61.0 4. Campbell 30 1857 61.9 5. FGCU 31 1925 62.1 6. Mercer 31 2013 64.9 7. Kennesaw State 29 1916 66.1 8. Lipscomb 30 2000 66.7 9. ETSU 31 2077 67.0 10. Stetson 30 2034 67.8 11. USC Upstate 28 1943 69.4 SCORING MARGIN # Team G -----------------------1. FGCU 31 2. Jacksonville 32 3. ETSU 31 4. Mercer 31 5. Belmont 31 6. Kennesaw State 29 7. USC Upstate 28 8. Campbell 30 9. Stetson 30 10. UNF 29 11. Lipscomb 30

PA 62.1 67.0 57.3 59.5 64.9 66.1 69.4 61.0 61.9 67.8 66.7

HOME Avg 16-18335 1146 12-23284 1940 14-6949 496 14-5474 391 11-2899 264 12-3984 332 13-8113 624 14-8355 597 15-14943 996 11-6737 612 15-11952 797

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE # Team G FG FGA -------------------1. Belmont 31 627 1777 2. Jacksonville 32 681 1799 3. Mercer 31 691 1793 4. Stetson 30 730 1868 5. UNF 29 618 1581 6. Lipscomb 30 733 1869 7. Campbell 30 683 1732 8. USC Upstate 28 738 1853 9. ETSU 31 764 1901 10. Kennesaw State 29 674 1672 11. FGCU 31 721 1768

Pct .353 .379 .385 .391 .391 .392 .394 .398 .402 .403 .408

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES # Team G FG FGA Pct -----------------------1. FGCU 31 296 763 .388 2. Mercer 31 155 442 .351 3. USC Upstate 28 166 519 .320 4. Belmont 31 216 686 .315 5. Lipscomb 30 159 508 .313 6. ETSU 31 157 520 .302 7. Kennesaw State 29 136 467 .291 8. Stetson 30 107 369 .290 9. Campbell 30 114 400 .285 10. Jacksonville 32 131 470 .279 11. UNF 29 95 343 .277

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE OFF DEF Margin # Team G FG FGA Pct ----------------------74.7 62.1 +12.6 1. Mercer 31 167 596 .280 61.6 57.3 +4.3 2. FGCU 31 137 473 .290 70.4 67.0 +3.4 3. Jacksonville 32 106 365 .290 66.6 64.9 +1.6 4. Belmont 31 159 522 .305 61.1 59.5 +1.6 5. ETSU 31 167 541 .309 66.9 66.1 +0.9 6. Stetson 30 186 599 .311 67.8 69.4 -1.6 7. Campbell 30 168 536 .313 57.1 61.9 -4.8 8. UNF 29 174 538 .323 59.2 67.8 -8.6 9. USC Upstate 28 147 453 .325 52.1 61.0 -8.9 10. Kennesaw State 29 131 403 .325 56.5 66.7 -10.2 11. Lipscomb 30 170 489 .348

FREE THROW PERCENTAGES # Team G FTM FTA ----------------------1. USC Upstate 28 442 618 2. FGCU 31 501 710 3. Mercer 31 437 623 4. ETSU 31 406 592 5. Belmont 31 409 598 6. Jacksonville 32 307 450 7. Lipscomb 30 368 550 8. Kennesaw State 29 363 545 9. UNF 29 266 410 10. Stetson 30 324 502 11. Campbell 30 316 496 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES # Team G FG FGA ----------------------1. FGCU 31 760 1708 2. Mercer 31 736 1740 3. Kennesaw State 29 721 1826 4. ETSU 31 810 2083 5. Campbell 30 641 1660 6. USC Upstate 28 670 1740 7. Stetson 30 673 1770 8. Jacksonville 32 766 2044 9. Belmont 31 634 1712 10. UNF 29 575 1627 11. Lipscomb 30 584 1675

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OVERALL W L Pct PF 26 5 .839 74.7 20 11 .645 70.4 19 13 .594 61.6 18 13 .581 61.1 17 14 .548 66.6 15 14 .517 66.9 13 16 .448 67.8 8 21 .276 52.1 12 18 .400 57.1 8 22 .267 59.2 6 24 .200 56.5

Pct .715 .706 .701 .686 .684 .682 .669 .666 .649 .645 .637 Pct .445 .423 .395 .389 .386 .385 .380 .375 .370 .353 .349

AWAY 14-9312 16-17994 14-13431 12-9805 16-16565 17-12491 13-10619 13-7483 14-7142 17-13811 14-8975

Avg 665 1125 959 817 1035 735 817 576 510 812 641

NEUT 1-0 3-0 4-1569 5-2873 4-454 0-0 3-2886 2-857 1-0 2-0 1-0

REBOUNDING MARGIN # Team G TEAM OPP Margin -----------------------1. Campbell 30 1191 1075 +3.9 2. ETSU 31 1357 1245 +3.6 3. Kennesaw State 29 1207 1125 +2.8 4. UNF 29 1125 1070 +1.9 5. Jacksonville 32 1278 1285 -0.2 6. Lipscomb 30 1159 1227 -2.3 7. Mercer 31 1111 1198 -2.8 8. FGCU 31 1065 1156 -2.9 9. Belmont 31 1172 1267 -3.1 10. USC Upstate 28 1132 1245 -4.0 11. Stetson 30 1104 1319 -7.2 BLOCKED SHOTS # Team G Blocks Avg/G ---------------------1. Belmont 31 157 5.06 2. Jacksonville 32 141 4.41 3. USC Upstate 28 116 4.14 4. Kennesaw State 29 93 3.21 5. ETSU 31 92 2.97 6. Lipscomb 30 82 2.73 7. Mercer 31 78 2.52 8. Campbell 30 75 2.50 9. Stetson 30 65 2.17 10. UNF 29 58 2.00 11. FGCU 31 46 1.48 ASSISTS # Team G Assists Avg/G ----------------------1. FGCU 31 553 17.84 2. ETSU 31 450 14.52 3. USC Upstate 28 400 14.29 4. Campbell 30 411 13.70 5. Kennesaw State 29 397 13.69 6. Jacksonville 32 432 13.50 7. Mercer 31 368 11.87 8. UNF 29 329 11.34 9. Belmont 31 345 11.13 10. Stetson 30 301 10.03 11. Lipscomb 30 289 9.63

REBOUNDING OFFENSE # Team G Reb Avg/G --------------------1. ETSU 31 1357 43.8 2. Kennesaw State 29 1207 41.6 3. USC Upstate 28 1132 40.4 4. Jacksonville 32 1278 39.9 5. Campbell 30 1191 39.7 6. UNF 29 1125 38.8 7. Lipscomb 30 1159 38.6 8. Belmont 31 1172 37.8 9. Stetson 30 1104 36.8 10. Mercer 31 1111 35.8 11. FGCU 31 1065 34.4

STEALS # Team G Steals Avg/G ---------------------1. ETSU 31 371 11.97 2. Jacksonville 32 328 10.25 3. Mercer 31 298 9.61 4. Kennesaw State 29 276 9.52 5. USC Upstate 28 256 9.14 6. UNF 29 255 8.79 7. Stetson 30 251 8.37 8. FGCU 31 247 7.97 9. Campbell 30 238 7.93 10. Belmont 31 240 7.74 11. Lipscomb 30 192 6.40

REBOUNDING DEFENSE # Team G Reb Avg/G --------------------1. Campbell 30 1075 35.8 2. UNF 29 1070 36.9 3. FGCU 31 1156 37.3 4. Mercer 31 1198 38.6 5. Kennesaw State 29 1125 38.8 6. Jacksonville 32 1285 40.2 7. ETSU 31 1245 40.2 8. Belmont 31 1267 40.9 9. Lipscomb 30 1227 40.9 10. Stetson 30 1319 44.0 11. USC Upstate 28 1245 44.5

TURNOVER MARGIN # Team G TEAM OPP Margin ----------------------1. Jacksonville 32 550 687 +4.28 2. FGCU 31 480 583 +3.32 3. ETSU 31 594 669 +2.42 4. Kennesaw State 29 569 580 +0.38 5. Mercer 31 591 596 +0.16 6. Stetson 30 535 536 +0.03 7. USC Upstate 28 563 558 -0.18 8. Belmont 31 538 525 -0.42 9. UNF 29 628 553 -2.59 10. Campbell 30 624 520 -3.47 11. Lipscomb 30 591 477 -3.80

Avg 0 0 392 575 114 0 962 428 0 0 0

ALL GAMES Avg 31-27647 892 31-41278 1332 32-21949 686 31-18152 586 31-19918 643 29-16475 568 29-21618 745 29-16695 576 30-22085 736 30-20548 685 30-20927 698

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO # Team G Asst Turn Ratio ----------------------1. FGCU 31 553 480 1.15 2. Jacksonville 32 432 550 0.79 3. ETSU 31 450 594 19.2 4. USC Upstate 28 400 563 20.1 5. Kennesaw State 29 397 569 0.70 6. Campbell 30 411 624 0.66 7. Belmont 31 345 538 0.64 8. Mercer 31 368 591 0.62 9. Stetson 30 301 535 0.56 10. UNF 29 329 628 0.52 11. Lipscomb 30 289 9.6 591 19.7 0.49 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Team G No. ---------------------1. ETSU 31 551 2. Kennesaw State 29 492 3. Jacksonville 32 482 4. USC Upstate 28 402 5. UNF 29 401 6. Campbell 30 413 7. Lipscomb 30 397 8. Belmont 31 366 9. Stetson 30 344 10. Mercer 31 354 11. FGCU 31 324 DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Team G No. -------------------1. USC Upstate 28 730 2. Belmont 31 806 ETSU 31 806 4. Campbell 30 778 5. Lipscomb 30 762 6. Stetson 30 760 7. UNF 29 724 8. Jacksonville 32 796 9. Kennesaw State 29 715 10. Mercer 31 757 11. FGCU 31 741

Avg/G 17.77 16.97 15.06 14.36 13.83 13.77 13.23 11.81 11.47 11.42 10.45

Avg/G 26.07 26.00 26.00 25.93 25.40 25.33 24.97 24.88 24.66 24.42 23.90

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE # Team G 3FG Avg/G ------------------1. FGCU 31 296 9.55 2. Belmont 31 216 6.97 3. USC Upstate 28 166 5.93 4. Lipscomb 30 159 5.30 5. ETSU 31 157 5.06 6. Mercer 31 155 5.00 7. Kennesaw State 29 136 4.69 8. Jacksonville 32 131 4.09 9. Campbell 30 114 3.80 10. Stetson 30 107 3.57 11. UNF 29 95 3.28

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TOT Avg/G 10.3 8.8 7.8 7.6 7.5 7.3 7.0 6.5 6.3 6.3 6.1 5.9 5.8 5.8 5.7 5.6 5.5 5.4 5.4 5.2

Cl G Steals Avg/G JR 31 JR 28 SO 29 JR 31 SO 31 SR 32 SR 30 SR 31 SR 32 SR 27 JR 31 JR 31 SO 27 FR 25 SR 29

91 74 69 64 63 63 58 55 56 47 52 52 45 41 47

2.94 2.64 2.38 2.06 2.03 1.97 1.93 1.77 1.75 1.74 1.68 1.68 1.67 1.64 1.62

3-POINT FG PCT (Min. 1.0 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl G 3FG FGA ---------------------------------------1. JACOBSON, Kelsey-FGCU FR 31 90 203 2. MURPHY, Shannon-FGCU SO 31 50 122 3. LYLES, Chelsea-FGCU JR 31 58 154 4. BAKER, Jennifer-KSU SR 29 47 125 5. PARTIN, Jilian-LIP SR 30 35 94 6. WALLACE, Kendra-UPST FR 28 71 191 7. FORD, Courtney-MER JR 31 36 99 8. ROCKWELL, Amber-BEL JR 31 73 203 9. HOLIDAY, LaWanna-BEL JR 31 35 98 10. JACKSON, LaToya-MER JR 31 69 194 11. JACKSON, Coutney-JU JR 30 40 115 12. HAWKINS, Courtney-UPST JR 28 33 97 13. JACKSON, Ashli-STET JR 30 31 93 14. EVANS, Siarre-ETSU JR 31 47 143 15. BOWERS, Anna-LIP FR 30 31 97

Pct .443 .410 .377 .376 .372 .372 .364 .360 .357 .356 .348 .340 .333 .329 .320

BLOCKED SHOTS ## Player-Team Cl G Blocks Avg/G --------------------------------------1. BOBBITT, Jessica-BEL SR 31 77 2.48 2. JOHNSON, Desarae-JU JR 32 53 1.66 3. McMILLAN, Chelsea-UPST SO 28 42 1.50 4. GRABLE, Crystal-JU JR 32 41 1.28 5. NELSON, Haley-BEL FR 28 33 1.18 6. FROST, Sam-UPST SO 25 24 0.96 7. NIXON, Montinique-KSU JR 29 25 0.86 8. BELCHER, Latisha-ETSU JR 31 26 0.84 9. NIX, Cree-LIP SO 30 24 0.80 10. BARKLEY, Ayesha-STET 28 22 0.79 11. HENDERSON, Britteny-KSU SR 27 20 0.74 12. CHISM, Dominique-MER SR 31 22 0.71 WILES, TaRonda-ETSU JR 31 22 0.71 14. CHERIZOL, Arlande-UNF JR 29 20 0.69 15. BURTNETT, Cacy-BEL FR 27 15 0.56

Assists Avg/G 154 128 123 120 96 101 91 91 95 91 89 83 80 82 79

4.81 4.74 3.97 3.87 3.43 3.26 3.14 3.14 2.97 2.94 2.87 2.86 2.76 2.73 2.63

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ASSISTS ## Player-Team Cl G ---------------------------------------1. OMOITE, Regina-JU SR 32 2. SMITH, Sharnesha-STET SR 27 3. DAVIS, Tara-ETSU SO 31 4. MURPHY, Shannon-FGCU SO 31 5. HAWKINS, Courtney-UPST JR 28 6. McNALLY, Adrianne-FGCU JR 31 7. SYQUIO, Juliemay-UNF SO 29 BAKER, Jennifer-KSU SR 29 9. HAMILTON, DaVina-JU SR 32 10. HOLIDAY, LaWanna-BEL JR 31 11. JACKSON, LaToya-MER JR 31 12. JOHNSON, Lennisha-KSU SR 29 13. KIRKLAND,Brittany-UNF FR 29 14. ARTHUR, Lauren-CAM SR 30 15. BARTSOKAS, Jenna-LIP SO 30

6.32 5.81 4.97 4.80 4.63 4.50 4.19 4.19 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.96 3.90 3.71 3.55

WOMEN’S HISTORY

3-POINT FG MADE ## Player-Team Cl G 3FG Avg/G --------------------------------------1. JACOBSON, Kelsey-FGCU FR 31 90 2.90 2. WALLACE, Kendra-UPST FR 28 71 2.54 3. ROCKWELL, Amber-BEL JR 31 73 2.35 4. JACKSON, LaToya-MER JR 31 69 2.23 5. LYLES, Chelsea-FGCU JR 31 58 1.87 6. BAKER, Jennifer-KSU SR 29 47 1.62 7. MURPHY, Shannon-FGCU SO 31 50 1.61 8. EVANS, Siarre-ETSU JR 31 47 1.52 9. BARTSOKAS, Jenna-LIP SO 30 42 1.40 10. BURTNETT, Cacy-BEL FR 27 37 1.37 11. JACKSON, Coutney-JU JR 30 40 1.33 12. OMOITE, Regina-JU SR 32 38 1.19 13. HAWKINS, Courtney-UPST JR 28 33 1.18 14. PARTIN, Jilian-LIP SR 30 35 1.17 15. FORD, Courtney-MER JR 31 36 1.16

Avg/G

WOMEN’S TEAMS

FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 3.0 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl G FG FGA Pct --------------------------------------1. McNALLY, Adrianne-FGCU JR 31 159 315 .505 2. JOHNSON, Desarae-JU JR 32 116 237 .489 3. CONNER, Jessica-STET SO 29 103 213 .484 4. NIXON, Montinique-KSU JR 29 88 183 .481 5. CHISM, Dominique-MER SR 31 176 371 .474 6. HENDERSON, Britteny-KSU SR 27 113 239 .473 7. BROWN, Brittany-FGCU JR 31 95 202 .470 8. DOH, Natasha-MER SR 30 104 224 .464 9. BELCHER, Latisha-ETSU JR 31 139 300 .463 10. BOBBITT, Jessica-BEL SR 31 145 314 .462 11. BRITT, Geami-CAM JR 30 106 235 .451 12. LYLES, Chelsea-FGCU JR 31 144 325 .443 13. JACOBSON, Kelsey-FGCU FR 31 103 234 .440 14. McMILLAN, Chelsea-UPST SO 28 131 299 .438 15. MURPHY, Shannon-FGCU SO 31 95 218 .436

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Player-Team Cl G No. ------------------------------------------1. EVANS, Siarre-ETSU JR 31 196 2. BOBBITT, Jessica-BEL SR 31 180 3. CONNER, Jessica-STET SO 29 144 4. NIX, Cree-LIP SO 30 144 5. PARTIN, Jilian-LIP SR 30 139 6. McMILLAN, Chelsea-UPST SO 28 126 7. McNALLY, Adrianne-FGCU JR 31 130 8. JOHNSON, Desarae-JU JR 32 134 9. FORD, Courtney-MER JR 31 124 BELCHER, Latisha-ETSU JR 31 124 WILLIAMSON, Ashley-CAM JR 30 120 12. HENDERSON, Britteny-KSU SR 27 107 13. GULDAGER, Jennifer-UNF SR 29 113 14. WILES, TaRonda-ETSU JR 31 115 15. CHISM, Dominique-MER SR 31 110

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

319 273 217 237 226 213 190 196 190 194 195 170 169 180 177 163 170 168 156 157

STEALS ## Player-Team --------------------------------------1. BELCHER, Latisha-ETSU 2. KELLEY, Greteya-KSU 3. SYQUIO, Juliemay-UNF 4. EVANS, Siarre-ETSU 5. DAVIS, Tara-ETSU 6. HAMILTON, DaVina-JU 7. DOH, Natasha-MER 8. CHISM, Dominique-MER 9. OMOITE, Regina-JU 10. SMITH, Sharnesha-STET 11. HOLIDAY, LaWanna-BEL FORD, Courtney-MER 13. BROWN, Tierra-STET 14. CHIHIL, Courtney-FGCU 15. BAKER, Jennifer-KSU

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Player-Team Cl G No. Avg/G ------------------------------------------1. EVANS, Siarre-ETSU JR 31 123 3.97 2. BELCHER, Latisha-ETSU JR 31 113 3.65 3. McMILLAN, Chelsea-UPST SO 28 91 3.25 4. HENDERSON, Britteny-KSU SR 27 83 3.07 5. BOBBITT, Jessica-BEL SR 31 93 3.00 6. NIX, Cree-LIP SO 30 82 2.73 7. BAKER, Jennifer-KSU SR 29 74 2.55 8. WILLIAMSON, Ashley-CAM JR 30 76 2.53 9. NIXON, Montinique-KSU JR 29 71 2.45 CHERIZOL, Arlande-UNF JR 29 71 2.45 11. CONNER, Jessica-STET SO 29 69 2.38 12. BULLOCK, DeAndrea-KSU JR 29 65 2.24 13. WASHINGTON, Gwen-ETSU FR 31 67 2.16 14. McNALLY, Adrianne-FGCU JR 31 64 2.06 15. MACK, Jessica-CAM SR 30 61 2.03

MEN’S HISTORY

REBOUNDING ## Player-Team Cl G OFF DEF --------------------------------------1. EVANS, Siarre-ETSU JR 31 123 196 2. BOBBITT, Jessica-BEL SR 31 93 180 3. McMILLAN, Chelsea-UPST SO 28 91 126 4. BELCHER, Latisha-ETSU JR 31 113 124 5. NIX, Cree-LIP SO 30 82 144 6. CONNER, Jessica-STET SO 29 69 144 7. HENDERSON, Britteny-KSU SR 27 83 107 8. WILLIAMSON, Ashley-CAM JR 30 76 120 9. PARTIN, Jilian-LIP SR 30 51 139 10. McNALLY, Adrianne-FGCU JR 31 64 130 11. JOHNSON, Desarae-JU JR 32 61 134 12. NIXON, Montinique-KSU JR 29 71 99 13. BAKER, Jennifer-KSU SR 29 74 95 14. FORD, Courtney-MER JR 31 56 124 15. WILES, TaRonda-ETSU JR 31 62 115 16. GULDAGER, Jennifer-UNF SR 29 50 113 17. WASHINGTON, Gwen-ETSU FR 31 67 103 18. LYLES, Chelsea-FGCU JR 31 60 108 19. CHERIZOL, Arlande-UNF JR 29 71 85 20. JACKSON, Ashli-STET JR 30 51 106

507 16.4 501 16.2 457 14.7 454 14.6 446 14.4 435 14.0 409 13.2 402 13.0 373 12.9 339 12.1 337 12.0 369 11.9 363 11.7 345 11.5 352 11.4 312 11.1 321 11.1 298 11.0 306 10.9 294 10.9 307 10.2 320 10.0 285 9.5 265 9.5 274 9.1 263 9.1 277 8.9 266 8.9 239 8.9 255 8.5

MEN’S TEAMS

47 98 28 31 73 90 16 120 2 92 58 89 69 106 6 106 47 62 3 74 71 50 0 91 36 89 42 71 90 56 33 91 26 45 13 45 26 54 0 68 35 90 15 51 13 64 23 34 9 59 0 57 50 37 28 26 16 47 31 46

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 3.0 assists/game) ## Player-Team Cl G Asst Turn Ratio ----------------------------------------1. MURPHY, Shannon-FGCU SO 31 120 66 1.82 2. OMOITE, Regina-JU SR 32 154 89 1.73 3. SMITH, Sharnesha-STET SR 27 128 86 1.49 4. HAWKINS, Courtney-UPST JR 28 96 77 1.25 5. DAVIS, Tara-ETSU SO 31 123 110 1.12 6. McNALLY, Adrianne-FGCU JR 31 101 96 1.05 7. BAKER, Jennifer-KSU SR 29 91 94 0.97 8. SYQUIO, Juliemay-UNF SO 29 91 118 0.77

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

181 221 147 159 176 144 117 145 132 131 108 139 119 116 103 94 125 120 113 113 91 127 104 104 103 103 95 106 88 89

FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl G FTM FTA Pct ---------------------------------------1. JACKSON, LaToya-MER JR 31 106 125 .848 2. McMILLAN, Chelsea-UPST SO 28 74 89 .831 3. ROCKWELL, Amber-BEL JR 31 90 115 .783 4. FORD, Courtney-MER JR 31 89 116 .767 LYLES, Chelsea-FGCU JR 31 89 116 .767 6. RICHARDSON, Kolesia-UPST JR 28 66 88 .750 7. EVANS, Siarre-ETSU JR 31 98 131 .748 8. BOBBITT, Jessica-BEL SR 31 106 143 .741 9. HAWKINS, Courtney-UPST JR 28 91 127 .717 10. HENDERSON, Britteny-KSU SR 27 68 97 .701 11. PARTIN, Jilian-LIP SR 30 90 129 .698 12. BAKER, Jennifer-KSU SR 29 62 89 .697 13. BARTSOKAS, Jenna-LIP SO 30 71 106 .670 14. BUNCH, Kristin-BEL JR 31 69 104 .663 15. CHISM, Dominique-MER SR 31 92 139 .662

INSIDE THE ASUN

SCORING ## Player-Team Cl G --------------------------------------1. EVANS, Siarre-ETSU JR 31 2. WILES, TaRonda-ETSU JR 31 3. ROCKWELL, Amber-BEL JR 31 4. McNALLY, Adrianne-FGCU JR 31 5. CHISM, Dominique-MER SR 31 6. LYLES, Chelsea-FGCU JR 31 7. JACKSON, LaToya-MER JR 31 8. BOBBITT, Jessica-BEL SR 31 9. BAKER, Jennifer-KSU SR 29 10. McMILLAN, Chelsea-UPST SO 28 11. WALLACE, Kendra-UPST FR 28 12. BELCHER, Latisha-ETSU JR 31 13. FORD, Courtney-MER JR 31 14. BARTSOKAS, Jenna-LIP SO 30 15. JACOBSON, Kelsey-FGCU FR 31 16. HAWKINS, Courtney-UPST JR 28 17. KIRKLAND,Brittany-UNF FR 29 18. SMITH, Sharnesha-STET SR 27 19. KELLEY, Greteya-KSU JR 28 20. HENDERSON, Britteny-KSU SR 27 21. PARTIN, Jilian-LIP SR 30 22. HAMILTON, DaVina-JU SR 32 23. DOH, Natasha-MER SR 30 24. GREGOIRE,Virginia-JU SR 28 25. YESH, Lauren-CAM SO 30 26. CONNER, Jessica-STET SO 29 27. MURPHY, Shannon-FGCU SO 31 28. BRITT, Geami-CAM JR 30 29. BROWN, Tierra-STET SO 27 30. JACKSON, Ashli-STET JR 30

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Host* Lip Lip Dothan Dothan Troy** Troy** UCF Troy UCF ASF* GSU FIU Stet SLU CoC SLU FIU GaSo FAMU FIU GSU Stet GaSo FAMU

Arena* Allen Arena Allen Arena Dothan Civic Center Dothan Civic Center Dothan Civic Center Dothan Civic Center UCF Arena Trojan Arena UCF Arena Pelham Civic Center GSU Sports Arena Golden Panther Arena Edmunds Center University Center John Kresse Arena University Center Golden Panther Arena Hanner Fieldhouse Gaither Gym Golden Panther Arena GSU Sports Arena Edmunds Center Hanner Fieldhouse Gaither Gym

Championship Game ETSU 58 JU 52 ETSU 75 JU 72 Bel 69 ETSU 57 FAU 74 GWU 63 Stet 88 GSU 62 Lip 64 UCF 62 GSU 80 UCF 63 GSU 64 FAU 63 GSU 64 Cam 62 Cam 66 GSU 49 UCF 80 JSU 59 FIU 86 GSU 50 FIU 91 JSU 71 UCF 81 FAU 57 FIU 76 SLU 74 FIU 89 SLU 67 FIU 77 Mer 52 FIU 88 GaSo 78 UM 73 FAMU 44 GaSo 71 FIU 70 Stet 72 GaSo 65 GaSo 73 FAMU 66 GaSo 74 FAMU 69 FAMU 68 GaSo 54

Regular Season Champion FGCU 17-3 .850 ETSU 14-2 .875 Bel 16-2 .889 Bel 17-3 .850 UCF 16-4 .800 4Teams 14-6 .700 UCF 13-3 .813 GSU 14-6 .700 Cam 16-2 .889 GSU 15-3 .833 UCF 13-3 .813 FIU 15-1 .937 FIU 12-4 .750 FIU 16-0 1.000 FIU 15-1 .938 FIU 11-1 .917 FIU 12-0 1.000 FIU/Mer 10-2 .833 Mer 10-2 .833 GaSo/FIU 10-2 .833 FIU 11-1 .917 GaSo 10-2 .833 GaSo 8-2 .800 FAMU 8-2 .800

* ASF (Alabama Sports Foundation in conjunction with Sam, JSU, Troy) ** in conjunction with the City of Dothan and the Dothan Civic Center *In cases in which Championship was played at multiple sites, Site, Host and Arena listed are for Championship Gameme

Series Records All-Time (based on individual school record books) vs. Bel vs. Cam vs. ETSU vs.FGCU Bel - 13-4 5-7 1-2 Cam 4-13 - 0-8 0-3 ETSU 7-5 8-0 - 1-2 FGCU 2-1 3-0 2-1 - JU 2-13 8-10 1-9 1-3 KSU 3-4 5-2 0-7 1-3 Lip 26-37 7-5 1-9 0-3 Mer 7-11 11-22 6-8 0-4 UNF 3-4 3-4 1-6 1-3 Upst 0-4 0-2 0-4 0-3 Stet 4-13 14-17 1-7 1-3

vs. Mer 11-7 22-11 8-6 4-0 10-10 5-3 8-5 - 5-3 1-4 29-27

vs. UNF 4-3 4-3 6-1 3-1 7-1 15-10 1-6 3-5 - 3-11 3-5

vs.Upst 4-0 4-0 4-0 3-0 2-1 17-4 2-2 4-1 11-3 - 1-2

vs. Stet 13-4 17-14 7-1 3-1 11-11 3-5 5-7 27-29 5-3 2-1 -

Total 105-58 68-72 66-17 30-6 39-58 57-45 57-86 76-103 46-49 13-50 76-93

Pct. .643 .486 .795 .833 .402 .559 .399 .425 .484 .206 .450

Conference Play Only (Includes Tournament Meetings; for Tournament play only, see Tournament records) vs. Bel vs. Cam vs. ETSU vs. FGCU vs. JU vs. KSU vs. Lip vs. Mer Bel - 13-4 4-5 1-2 13-2 4-3 9-4 9-7 Cam 4-13 - 0-8 0-3 10-8 2-5 5-7 21-8 ETSU 5-4 8-0 - 1-2 9-1 7-0 8-1 6-4 FGCU 2-1 3-0 2-1 - 3-1 3-1 3-0 4-0 JU 2-13 8-10 1-9 1-3 - 6-2 6-6 10-10 KSU 3-4 5-2 0-7 1-3 2-6 - 6-1 5-3 Lip 4-9 7-5 1-8 0-3 6-6 1-6 - 6-5 Mer 7-9 8-21 4-6 0-4 10-10 3-5 5-6 - UNF 3-4 3-4 1-6 1-3 1-7 3-5 6-1 5-3 Upst 0-4 1-3 0-4 0-3 1-2 1-2 2-2 1-2 Stet 4-13 13-16 0-7 1-3 11-10 5-3 7-4 29-19

vs. UNF 4-3 4-3 6-1 3-1 7-1 5-3 1-6 3-5 - 1-2 2-2

vs. Upst 4-0 3-1 4-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 2-2 2-1 2-1 - 1-2

vs. Stet 13-4 16-13 7-0 3-1 10-11 3-5 4-7 19-29 5-3 2-1 -

Others 33-22 77-75 3-5 1-0 22-56 2-5 18-14 99-142 1-6 0-2 110-144

Total 107-56 142-144 64-18 30-6 75-122 34-40 50-71 160-240 31-43 9-27 183-223

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vs. JU 13-2 10-8 9-1 3-1 - 2-6 6-6 10-10 1-7 1-2 11-11

vs. KSU 4-3 2-5 7-0 3-1 6-2 - 1-6 3-5 10-15 4-17 5-3

vs. Lip 37-26 5-7 9-1 3-0 6-6 6-1 - 5-8 6-1 2-2 7-5

Pct. .656 .497 .780 .833 .381 .459 .413 .375 .421 .250 .451

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+101 Lipscomb 123 vs Fisk 22 +62 Florida A&M 122 vs Stetson 60 +24.2 FIU +30.4 FIU

11/13/07 1/24/91 1993-94 1992-93

Field Goals Game 55 Florida A&M vs Edward Waters Florida A&M vs Stetson Conf. Game 55 Florida A&M vs Stetson Season 1009 FIU Conf. Season 553 Florida Atlantic Att, Game 105 Florida A&M vs Edward Waters Att., Conf. Game 95 Miami vs Stetson Att., Season 2215 Florida A&M Att., Conf. Season 1370 ETSU FG%, Game 73.7 FIU vs Canisius FG%, Conf. Game 66.7 UCF at Mercer Georgia Southern vs FIU FG%, Season 54.1 FIU FG%, Conf. Season 54.4 FIU

12/8/88 1/24/91 1/24/91 1994-95 2001-02 12/8/88 1/12/91 1989-90 2008-09 1/2/92 2/27/03 1/21/89 1993-94 1993-94

Belmont vs Jacksonville Belmont vs Jacksonville FGCU FGCU FGCU FGCU Belmont vs Mississippi Troy vs Samford Samford vs Jacksonville FGCU Belmont Mercer vs UCF

1/8/04 1/8/04 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 11/25/03 3/9/00 1/19/02 2008-09 2004-05 2/24/96 2/24/96

Southeastern Louisiana UCF

1993-94 1987-88 12/2/00 2/13/03 1/6/89

FIU vs Lynn Stetson vs Mercer FIU FIU

12/11/93 1/9/86 1993-94 1992-93

Blocked Shots Game Conf. Game Season Conf. Season Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season

14 14 193 133 6.5 6.65

CofC vs Georgia State CofC vs Georgia State College of Charleston UCF College of Charleston UCF

2/26/92 2/26/92 1991-92 2004-05 1991-92 2004-05

Steals Game Conf. Game Season Conf. Season Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season

34 Florida A&M vs Stetson 34 Florida A&M vs Stetson 450 Florida A&M 274 Florida Atlantic 15.0 Florida A&M 15.9 Florida A&M

ABBREVIATIONS Current Members Bel Belmont University Cam Campbell University ETSU East Tennessee State University FGCU Florida Gulf Coast University JU Jacksonville University KSU Kennesaw State University Lip Lipscomb University Mer Mercer University UNF University of North Florida Upst USC Upstate Stet Stetson University Former WBB Members UCF University of Central Florida CoC College of Charleston FAMU Florida A&M University FAU Florida Atlantic University FIU Florida International University GaSo Georgia Southern University GSU Georgia State University GWU Gardner-Webb University JSU Jacksonville State University UM University of Miami Sam Samford University SLU Southeastern Louisiana University Troy Troy University

12/6/08 2/9/91 12/6/08 2/9/91 2001-02 2001-02 2001-02 2001-02 2002-03 2002-03

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COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

Free Throws Game 40 Stetson vs College of Charleston Conf. Game 39 Campbell vs Florida Atlantic Att., Game 61 FIU vs Florida A&M Att., Conf. Game 61 FIU vs Florida A&M 1/6/89 FT%, Game 15-15 Lipscomb at Jacksonville (w/o a miss) Mercer vs Florida A&M FT%, Conf. Game 15-15 Lipscomb at Jacksonville (w/o a miss) Mercer vs Florida A&M Season 604 Florida Atlantic Conf. Season 372 Florida Atlantic Att., Season 879 Florida Atlantic Att., Conf. Season 534 Florida Atlantic FT%, Season 73.7 Florida Atlantic FT%, Conf. Season 75.2 Florida Atlantic

37 35 22.3 22.4

WOMEN’S HISTORY

Mercer vs UCF

Assists Game Conf. Game Avg., Season Avg. Conf. Season

WOMEN’S TEAMS

3-Point Field Goals Game 16 Conf. Game 16 Season 296 Conf. Season 190 3’s/Game, Season 9.55 3’s/G, Conf. Season 9.50 Att., Game 41 Att., Conf. Game 40 Att., Season 763 Att., Conf. Season 517 3-pt %, Gm 6-6 (min. 5 att) 3-pt %, Conf. Gm 6-6 (min. 5 att) 3-pt %, Season 39.8 3-pt %, Conf. Season 61.2

1/9/86 1/9/86 1985-86 1985-86 1993-94 1992-93

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

Scoring Margin Game Conf. Game Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season

Florida A&M vs Stetson 1/24/91 Florida A&M vs Stetson 1/24/91 Florida A&M 133 vs Edward Waters 42 12/8/88 Florida A&M 122 vs Stetson 60 1/24/91 FIU 1993-94 Georgia State 1986-87

Stetson vs Mercer Stetson vs Mercer Georgia State Florida A&M Southeastern Louisiana FIU

MEN’S HISTORY

66 66 133 122 82.6 86.0

79 79 48.9 49.9 +9.4 +15.1

MEN’S TEAMS

Points Half Half, Conf. Game Game Conf. Game Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season

Rebounds Game Conf. Game Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season Margin, Season Marg., Conf. Season

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

Wins Season 27 FIU 27-5 Conference 17 FGCU 17-3 Pct., Season .862 FIU 25-4 Pct., Conf. Season 1.000 FIU 16-0 FIU 12-0 Streak, Conf. Games 27 FIU (includes tournament games)

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All-Time Team Records

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All-Time Individual Records Points Game Conf. Game Season Season Avg Conf. Season Avg Career Avg Career

51 51 51 51 925 33.0 32.5 25.7 2796

Field Goals Game 18 18 18 Conf. Game 17 17 17 Season 353 Career 1107 Att., Game 32 Att., Conf. Game 30 30 30 FG%, Game 13-13 (most w/o a miss) FG%, Conf. Gm 13-13 (most w/o a miss) FG %, Season 72.1 FG %, Conf. Season 70.5 70.5 3-Point Field Goals Game 9 9 Conf. Game 9 Season 90 3/Game, Season 3.1 3.1 3/G, Conf. Season 3.3 3.3 3.3 Career 275 Att., Game 19 Att., Conf. Game 19 Att, Season 245 Att, Conf. Season 180 Att, Career 748 3-pt%, Game 6-6 (most w/o miss) 3-pt%, Conf. Gm 6-6 (most w/o miss) 3-pt%, Season 47.6 3-pt%, Conf. Season 52.6

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Andrea Congreaves Andrea Congreaves Andrea Congreaves Andrea Congreaves Andrea Congreaves Andrea Congreaves Andrea Congreaves Andrea Congreaves Andrea Congreaves

Mer vs. FAMU Mer vs. FAMU Mer vs. FAMU Mer vs. FAMU Mer 1991-92 Mer 1991-92 Mer 1991-92 Mer 1989-93 Mer 1989-93

2/5/92 1/11/92 2/5/92 1/11/92

Lisa Baswell Albena Branzova Albena Branzova Albena Branzova Andrea Congreaves Andrea Congreaves Andrea Congreaves Andrea Congreaves LaKeisha Parrish Andrea Congreaves Tracy Wilson Dawn Jackson Lateatrice Thomas

JSU vs. Alabama A&M 12/15/98 FIU vs. Southern Miss. 12/4/94 FIU vs. Butler 3/25/93 FIU vs. Stet 1/9/93 Mer vs. FAMU 2/6/92 Mer vs. FAMU 1/11/92 Mer 1991-92 Mer 1989-93 Troy vs. Ohio 12/19/98 Mer vs. FAMU 1/11/92 GaSo vs. FAMU 1/5/91 Mer vs. Stet 1/30/88 JSU vs. GSU 2/18/99

Lateatrice Thomas

JSU vs. GSU

2/18/99

Deneka Knowles Deneka Knowles Regina Days

SLU SLU GaSo

1995-96 1995-96 1985-86

Becky Crosby Jenny Conkle Jenny Conkle Kelsey Jacobson Jenny Conkle Kristen Follis Jenny Conkle Hollie Davis Chaquita Alexander Kristen Follis Hollie Davis Hollie Davis Hollie Davis Hollie Davis Kristen Follis Rebecca Montz

SLU vs. Alabama St. Bel vs. Mer Bel vs. Mer FGCU Bel Stet Bel Bel GSU Stet Bel vs. GWU Bel vs. GWU Bel Bel Stet JU vs. FAU

3/1/94 2/19/05 2/19/05 2008-09 2004-05 1992-93 2004-05 2004-05 2002-03 1990-94 1/23/03 1/23/03 2004-05 2004-05 1990-94 2/5/04

Rebecca Montz

JU vs. FAU

Heather Mayes Pam Bettis

JSU SLU

2/5/04

Free Throws Game 22 Conf. Game 22 Season 182 Att., Game 24 Att., Conf. Gm 24 Att., Season 272 FT%, Game 22-22 (most w/o a miss) FT%, Conf. Gm 22-22 (most w/o a miss) FT%, Season 92.2 (min. 2.5 ftm/g) FT%, Conf. Sea 93.1 (min. 2.5 ftm/g)

Shanika Freeman Shanika Freeman Tidra Hardy Adrianne McNally Kerstin Skagius Adrianne McNally Kerstin Skagius Tidra Hardy Shanika Freeman

JSU vs. FAU JSU vs. FAU FIU FGCU vs Upst Mer vs. FAMU FGCU vs Upst Mer vs. FAMU FIU JSU vs. FAU

Shanika Freeman

JSU vs. FAU

2/6/03 2/6/03 1990-91 1/10/09 1/14/89 1/10/09 1/14/89 1990-91 2/6/03 2/6/03

DeAnn Craft/94-102 UCF

1986-87

DeAnn Craft/27-29

UCF

1986-87

Rebounds Game Conf. Game Season Season Avg Conf. Season Avg Career

27 27 27 393 14.0 14.1 1242

Kerstin Skagius Lateatrice Thomas Kerstin Skagius Phylette Blake Phylette Blake Phylette Blake Phylette Blake

Mer vs. FAMU JSU vs. Southern Mer vs. FAMU GaSo GaSo GaSo GaSo

1/14/89 12/2/98 1/14/89 1986-87 1986-87 1986-87 1985-89

Assists Game Conf. Game Season Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season Career

19 19 315 10.3 10.8 1165

Andrea Nagy Andrea Nagy Andrea Nagy Andrea Nagy Andrea Nagy Andrea Nagy

FIU vs. SLU FIU vs. SLU FIU FIU FIU FIU

1/21/93 1/21/93 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-95

Blocked Shots Game Conf. Game Season Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season Career

12 12 12 147 5.3 5.4 250

DeeAnna Hanscom Denise Hogue Denise Hogue Denise Hogue Denise Hogue Denise Hogue Albena Branzova

FAU vs. E. Michigan CoC vs. GSU CoC vs. GSU CoC CoC CoC FIU

12/19/02 2/26/92 2/26/92 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1991-95

Steals Game Conf. Game Season Avg., Season Avg., Conf. Season Career

14 12 160 5.5 5.2 424

Natalie White Shelly Boston Shelly Boston Shelly Boston April Manning Shelly Boston

FAMU vs. South Alabama 12/13/91 FAMU vs. Stet 1/24/91 FAMU 1989-90 FAMU 1989-90 FAMU 1987-88 FAMU 1989-92

1998-99 1993-94

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21-12 22-8 23-8 16-12 12-18 13-16 14-15 9-22 12-17 9-21 5-24 4-26

.636 .733 .742 .571 .400 .448 .483 .290 .414 .300 .172 .133

2006-07 Bel JU ETSU GWU KSU UNF Cam Lip Stet Mer

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

.889 .778 .778 .556 .412 .389 .333 .333 .278 .222

25-7 .781 21-9 .700 20-12 .625 14-17 .452 13-16 .429 8-21 .276 8-21 .276 8-21 .276 5-25 .167 5-25 .167

2005-06 Bel FAU ETSU GWU Mer Cam UNF JU Stet Lip KSU

17-3 .850 16-4 .800 14-6 .700 11-9 .550 10-10 .500 10-10 .500 9-11 .450 7-13 .350 7-13 .350 5-15 .250 4-16 .200

22-8 .733 20-11 .645 18-10 .643 14-16 .467 14-15 .483 11-18 .379 11-17 .393 10-18 .357 9-19 .321 6-21 .222 5-22 .185

2004-05 UCF Troy GSU Bel Stet Lip FAU Mer GWU Cam JU

16-4 .800 12-8 .600 12-8 .600 12-8 .600 11-9 .550 10-10 .500 10-10 .500 10-10 .500 7-13 .350 7-13 .350 3-17 .150

19-10 .655 14-15 .483 16-14 .533 17-11 .607 17-14 .548 13-15 .464 12-16 .429 12-16 .429 9-18 .333 9-18 .333 6-21 .222

2003-04 Lip GSU Bel UCF Mer FAU Stet Troy Cam GWU JU

14-6 .700 14-6 .700 14-6 .700 14-6 .700 11-9 .550 11-9 .550 10-10 .500 10-10 .500 7-13 .350 4-16 .200 1-19 .050

20-12 .625 18-11 .621 16-12 .571 17-13 .567 13-15 .464 12-16 .429 13-16 .448 11-17 .393 9-18 .333 5-22 .185 3-24 .111

2001-02 GSU Bel UCF FAU Mer Stet Cam Troy JSU JU Sam

14-6 .700 13-7 .650 13-7 .650 13-7 .650 12-8 .600 12-8 .600 11-9 .550 10-10 .500 7-13 .350 3-17 .150 2-18 .100

21-10 .677 19-9 .679 17-13 .567 17-14 .548 16-13 .552 14-15 .483 13-15 .464 11-17 .393 8-19 .296 4-23 .148 3-24 .111

2000-01 Cam GSU Stet Troy JU UCF FAU JSU Sam Mer

16-2 15-3 13-5 9-9 9-9 8-10 6-12 6-12 6-12 2-16

.889 .833 .722 .500 .500 .444 .333 .333 .333 .111

22-7 .759 24-7 .774 22-7 .759 15-14 .517 13-15 .464 10-18 .357 9-19 .321 9-19 .321 8-21 .276 6-23 .207

1999-00 GSU Cam Sam FAU Mer Stet Troy JSU UCF JU

15-3 14-4 13-5 12-6 9-9 6-12 6-12 5-13 5-13 5-13

.833 .778 .722 .667 .500 .333 .333 .278 .278 .278

24-7 .774 22-9 .710 19-10 .655 15-14 .517 14-14 .500 10-18 .357 9-18 .333 9-19 .321 9-20 .310 6-22 .214

1998-99 UCF Cam JSU GSU Troy Sam Mer Stet FAU

13-3 12-4 10-6 10-6 7-9 7-9 5-11 5-11 3-13

.813 .750 .625 .625 .438 .438 .313 .313 .188

20-10 .667 17-11 .607 15-14 .517 15-12 .556 8-19 .296 8-19 .296 9-18 .333 7-20 .259 5-21 .192

1997-98 FIU UCF Cam GSU JSU Troy Mer FAU Stet CoC Sam

15-1 11-5 10-6 10-6 9-7 9-7 7-9 6-10 5-11 4-12 2-14

.937 .687 .625 .625 .562 .562 .437 .375 .312 .250 .125

29-2 .935 17-11 .607 17-10 .629 17-10 .629 14-14 .500 13-14 .481 9-18 .333 12-15 .444 9-17 .346 7-19 .269 3-23 .115

16 0 12-4 9-7 9-7 8-8 7-8 7-9 6-9 5-11 0-16

1.000 23-5 .821 .750 19-9 .678 .562 16-11 .592 .562 15-12 .555 .500 13-16 .448 .466 15-14 .517 .437 13-14 .481 .400 11-15 .423 .312 8-18 .307 .000 6 21 .222

1994-95 FIU SLU Stet Cam GSU UCF FAU CoC Mer

15-1 13-3 11-5 9-7 7-9 7-9 5-11 3-13 2-14

.937 .812 .687 .562 .437 .437 .312 .187 .125

27-5 .844 21-8 .724 16-10 .615 15-13 .535 9-18 .333 11-16 .407 9-18 .333 6-20 .230 6-20 .230

1993-94 FIU SLU UCF Stet CoC GSU Mer

11-1 10-2 8-4 6-6 3-9 3-9 1-11

.917 .833 .667 .500 .250 .250 .083

25-4 .862 22-6 .786 12-15 .444 15-13 .536 12-14 .462 9-18 .333 6-20 .231

1992-93 FIU GSU SLU CofC Stet Mer UCF

12-0 7-5 6-6 5-7 5-7 4-8 3-9

1.000 25-6 .806 .583 12-16 .429 .500 9-18 .333 .417 12-15 .444 .417 8-19 .296 .333 11-18 .379 .250 4-24 .143

1991-92 FIU 10 2 .833 23-10 .697 Mer 10 2 .833 20-8 .714 CoC* ----- .--- 15-13 .536 GSU 6 6 .500 14-15 .483 SLU 5 7 .417 14-17 .452 GaSo 4 8 .333 14-16 .467 FAMU 4 8 .333 10-18 .357 Stet 3 9 .250 5-23 .178 * played Championship only 1990-91 Mer UM FIU FAMU GSU GaSo Stet

10-2 9-3 7-5 6-6 5-7 4-8 1-11

.833 .750 .583 .500 .417 .333 .083

18-9 .667 20-10 .667 16-13 .552 17-13 .567 7-21 .250 15-13 .536 1-26 .037

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10-2 10-2 7-5 5-7 5-7 3-9 2-10

.833 .833 .583 .417 .417 .250 .167

21-9 .700 20-9 .690 17-12 .586 7-21 .250 8-18 .308 7-19 .269 5-20 .200

1988-89 FIU Mer Stet GaSo FAMU GSU UCF

11-1 7-5 7-5 6-6 5-7 4-8 2-10

.917 .583 .583 .500 .417 .333 .167

20-7 .740 13-15 .464 18-11 .621 18-12 .600 11-17 .393 12-16 .429 11-17 .393

1987-88 GaSo FIU FAMU Stet GSU Mer UCF

10-2 9-3 8-4 7-5 5-7 2-10 1-11

.833 .750 .667 .583 .417 .167 .083

21-8 .724 21-7 .750 21-9 .700 17-12 .586 11-17 .647 4-22 .154 4-23 .148

1986-87 GaSo FAMU Stet GSU UCF Mer

8-2 7-3 7-3 6-4 1-9 1-9

.800 .700 .700 .600 .100 .100

20-8 .714 16-13 .552 21-8 .724 13-15 .464 3-23 .115 3-24 .111

1985-86 FAMU GSU GaSo UCF Stet Mer

8-2 7-3 5-5 4-6 3-7 3-7

.800 .700 .500 .400 .300 .300

21-8 .724 15-12 .556 13-14 .481 13-15 .464 12-15 .444 7-21 .250

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

.875 .813 .688 .688 .500 .500 .500 .438 .438 .438 .063 .063

1995-96 FIU Stet Mer SLU FAU UCF Cam GSU JSU CoC

21-9 .700 15-14 .517 13-14 .481 13-15 .464 16-14 .533 14-14 .500 13-14 .481 11-16 .407 9-17 .346 8-17 .320

WOMEN’S HISTORY

14-2 13-3 11-5 11-5 8-8 8-8 8-8 7-9 7-9 7-9 1-15 1-15

.750 .687 .625 .562 .500 .500 .500 .375 .312 .187

WOMEN’S TEAMS

2007-08 ETSU FGCU JU KSU GWU UNF Bel Lip Cam Stet UPST Mer

12-4 11-5 10-6 9-7 8-8 8-8 8-8 6-10 5-11 3-13

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

.839 .645 .594 .581 .548 .517 .448 .276 .400 .267 .200

MEN’S HISTORY

26-5 20-11 19-13 18-13 17-14 15-14 13-16 8-21 12-18 8-22 6-24

1989-90 GaSo FIU FAMU Stet GSU UCF Mer

MEN’S TEAMS

.850 .800 .650 .600 .600 .550 .400 .350 .250 .250 .200

1996-97 FIU JSU Stet UCF Mer Cam CoC GSU SLU FAU

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

17-3 16-4 13-7 12-8 12-8 11-9 8-12 7-13 5-15 5-15 4-16

2002-03 North GSU 12-4 .750 20-11 .645 Bel 9-7 .563 19-10 .655 JSU 8-8 .500 15-14 .517 Cam 5-11 .313 9-19 .321 GWU 4-12 .250 5-22 .181 Sam 3-13 .188 7-20 .259 South UCF* 13-3 .813 19-11 .633 FAU 12-4 .750 14-14 .500 Troy 11-5 .688 16-12 .571 Mer 10-6 .625 12-16 .429 Stet 5-11 .313 6-21 .222 JU 4-12 .250 6-21 .222 *Regular Season Champion

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Yearly Standings 2008-09 FGCU ETSU JU Bel Mer KSU Upst UNF Cam Stet Lip

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Annual Team Leaders Scoring Avg. 08-09 FGCU 07-08 ETSU 06-07 ETSU 05-06 ETSU 04-05 Bel 03-04 FAU 02-03 JSU 01-02 FAU 00-01 Stet 99-00 FAU 98-99 UCF 97-98 FIU 96-97 Cam 95-96 UCF 94-95 FIU 93-94 FIU 92-93 FIU 91-92 FIU 90-91 FAMU 89-90 GaSo 88-89 Stet 87-88 FAMU 86-87 Stet 85-86 UCF

74.7 75.1 71.7 69.1 66.7 69.5 73.7 78.0 74.2 72.2 71.0 72.6 72.6 74.2 79.8 82.6 79.0 81.3 76.8 78.5 80.3 77.0 79.2 82.4

Scoring Defense 08-09 JU 07-08 UNF 06-07 Bel 05-06 Bel 04-05 UCF 03-04 UCF 02-03 GSU 01-02 GSU 00-01 Cam 99-00 Mer 98-99 Mer 97-98 FIU 96-97 Mer 95-96 Mer 94-95 FIU 93-94 FIU 92-93 FIU 91-92 Mer 90-91 UM 89-90 FIU 88-89 FAMU 87-88 GaSo 86-87 GaSo 85-86 FAMU

57.3 55.1 57.8 58.8 56.4 59.8 57.9 64.9 61.3 57.9 65.3 56.1 60.3 60.9 60.8 58.4 60.2 65.9 66.6 68.8 70.7 63.1 67.2 67.1

Victory Margin 08-09 FGCU 07-08 ETSU 06-07 Bel 05-06 Bel 04-05 UCF 03-04 GSU 02-03 GSU 01-02 Bel 00-01 Cam 99-00 GSU 98-99 UCF 97-98 FIU 96-97 Cam 95-96 FIU 94-95 FIU 93-94 FIU 92-93 FIU 91-92 FIU

+12.6 +7.2 +7.3 +9.0 +4.3 +3.7 +7.1 +8.4 +10.2 +8.3 +3.3 +23.5 +7.3 +11.0 +19.0 +24.2 +18.8 +9.5

88

90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86

UM +7.7 GaSo +5.7 FAMU +7.6 GaSo +13.6 Stet +9.4 FAMU +7.0

Field Goal Pct. 08-09 FGCU 07-08 ETSU 06-07 ETSU 05-06 Cam 04-05 GSU 03-04 GSU 02-03 JU 01-02 GSU 00-01 Cam 99-00 Sam 98-99 JSU 97-98 FIU 96-97 FIU 95-96 FIU 94-95 FIU 93-94 FIU 92-93 FIU 91-92 FIU 90-91 Mer 89-90 FIU 88-89 Stet 87-88 GaSo 86-87 Stet 85-86 UCF

44.5 43.3 41.1 41.5 40.8 42.9 43.2 43.7 46.1 44.2 44.2 48.4 45.2 42.9 48.1 54.1 48.9 48.3 47.5 46.1 51.9 48.7 49.8 51.5

FG Pct. Def. 08-09 Bel 07-08 UNF 06-07 Bel 05-06 Mer 04-05 UCF 03-04 UCF 02-03 Troy 01-02 UCF 00-01 JU 99-00 JU 98-99 Sam 97-98 FIU 96-97 Mer 95-96 Stet 94-95 FIU 93-94 FIU 92-93 FIU 91-92 FIU 90-91 UM 89-90 FIU 88-89 GSU 87-88 FAMU 86-87 Stet 85-86 FAMU

35.3 37.1 35.4 36.4 35.5 34.3 35.9 37.8 38.5 36.4 41.1 37.9 39.0 39.3 34.9 37.6 37.0 40.9 42.1 39.6 41.6 40.6 41.5 40.9

3-point FG/Game 08-09 FGCU 9.55 07-08 FGCU 8.23 06-07 Bel 6.69 05-06 KSU 6.33 04-05 Bel 8.46 03-04 Bel 8.18 02-03 Bel 6.79 01-02 Bel 7.29 00-01 JSU 5.89 99-00 Troy 7.81

98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89

Troy JSU CoC JSU CoC CoC Stet Mer Mer GaSo Mer

5.89 6.64 4.87 5.96 4.58 5.65 4.15 5.29 4.74 2.33 3.04

3-point FG Pct. 08-09 FGCU 07-08 ETSU 06-07 ETSU 05-06 ETSU 04-05 Bel 03-04 Mer 02-03 Troy 01-02 UCF 00-01 UCF 99-00 JSU 98-99 JSU 97-98 UCF 96-97 CoC 95-96 Mer 94-95 Stet 93-94 SLU 92-93 FIU 91-92 Mer 90-91 Mer 89-90 Stet 88-89 FIU 87-88 GaSo 86-87 FAMU

38.8 35.9 33.5 38.7 33.8 34.9 36.1 37.3 33.6 38.3 34.3 36.9 34.7 32.8 30.9 39.8 33.5 39.6 33.8 38.1 36.8 35.8 38.9

Free Throw Pct. 08-09 Upst 07-08 Bel 06-07 Cam 05-06 ETSU 04-05 Cam 03-04 Bel 02-03 FAU 01-02 GSU 00-01 GSU 99-00 Cam 98-99 Mer 97-98 Cam 96-97 Stet 95-96 FIU 94-95 FIU 93-94 FIU 92-93 Mer 91-92 GSU 90-91 GSU 89-90 UCF 88-89 UCF 87-88 Mer 86-87 UCF 85-86 UCF

71.5 71.3 72.5 71.1 72.1 71.1 73.7 70.8 69.8 73.2 72.0 72.8 72.1 68.8 69.6 71.4 72.8 71.1 72.6 68.6 69.0 66.7 72.2 70.1

Rebound Avg. 08-09 ETSU 07-08 ETSU 06-07 KSU 05-06 Bel 04-05 Lip 03-04 UCF 02-03 UCF

43.8 41.2 42.9 41.3 42.1 44.7 41.7

01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86

JSU JU FAU UCF Cam GSU JSU UCF FIU SLU FIU FIU FAMU FAMU GaSo UCF GaSo FAMU

Rebound Margin 08-09 Cam 07-08 Cam 06-07 Bel 05-06 Bel 04-05 UCF 03-04 UCF 02-03 UCF 01-02 JU 00-01 Cam 99-00 UCF 98-99 Cam 97-98 FIU 96-97 FIU 95-96 UCF 94-95 FIU 93-94 SLU 92-93 FIU 91-92 GaSo 90-91 FAMU 89-90 FIU 88-89 GaSo 87-88 GaSo 86-87 GaSo 85-86 Stet Assist Avg. 08-09 FGCU 07-08 ETSU 06-07 ETSU 05-06 FAU 04-05 Lip 03-04 UCF 02-03 UCF 01-02 Bel 00-01 GSU 99-00 Troy 98-99 Cam 97-98 FIU 96-97 FIU 95-96 UCF 94-95 FIU 93-94 FIU 92-93 FIU 91-92 FIU 90-91 Mer

41.7 40.6 41.8 41.3 40.2 44.6 42.0 44.6 44.8 45.5 44.2 45.2 46.3 43.0 45.9 44.0 44.3 45.6 +3.9 +7.2 +6.0 +6.0 +4.2 +6.8 +5.6 +7.5 +8.3 +7.9 +4.1 +9.7 +5.3 +4.6 +5.9 +9.4 +9.0 +5.8 +7.0 +2.7 +3.7 +7.9 +8.8 +5.3 17.8 16.1 15.9 15.4 14.9 15.0 15.0 17.4 16.2 17.4 15.8 19.4 19.0 16.2 20.0 22.3 20.1 21.1 18.9

05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86

KSU FAU Bel Bel Bel JSU Troy Mer FIU Cam FIU UCF FIU FIU Mer UM FAMU FAMU FAMU UCF Mer

+3.9 +2.1 +4.0 +3.6 +6.8 +3.1 +2.9 -2.7 -5.5 -2.9 -3.8 -3.4 -3.4 -2.5 -1.9 -6.6 -6.8 -7.4 -5.7 -1.7 -4.2

Blocked Shot Avg. 08-09 Bel 07-08 Bel 06-07 Bel 05-06 Lip 04-05 UCF 03-04 UCF 02-03 FAU 01-02 UCF 00-01 FAU 99-00 JU 98-99 Sam 97-98 Troy 96-97 JSU 95-96 FAU 94-95 FIU 93-94 CoC 92-93 CoC 91-92 CoC 90-91 FIU Steal Avg. 08-09 ETSU 07-08 KSU 06-07 ETSU 05-06 KSU 04-05 FAU 03-04 Bel 02-03 Bel 01-02 Bel 00-01 Stet 99-00 Stet 98-99 Sam 97-98 Stet 96-97 Cam 95-96 UCF 94-95 UCF 93-94 SLU 92-93 FIU 91-92 FIU

5.1 4.8 4.7 4.6 6.2 5.4 3.9 4.9 5.1 4.5 3.9 5.2 3.5 3.7 4.1 3.5 5.6 6.5 3.2 12.0 12.7 12.1 11.6 10.9 10.9 12.5 13.8 12.5 11.4 11.1 11.5 10.4 11.3 13.0 14.5 11.3 11.0

Turnover Margin 08-09 JU +4.3 07-08 JU +4.7 06-07 JU +3.9

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Field Goal Pct. 08-09 Adrianne McNally 07-08 Brooke Sunday 06-07 Alysha Clark 05-06 Ashley Williams 04-05 April Clyburn

50.5 55.7 58.0 56.2 52.1

FGCU Bel Bel JU GSU

3-Point Field Goal Pct. (min.1.5att/g) 08-09 Kelsey Jacobson FGCU 44.3 07-08 Michele DeVault ETSU 43.1 06-07 Letitia Dickson Cam 44.8 05-06 Jessica Bryant GWU 45.5 04-05 Sequenta Blackman GWU 45.1 03-04 Sharia Young FAU 40.5 02-03 Celeste Hudson UCF 41.2 01-02 Jessica Scala UCF 44.6 00-01 LaTorria Matthews FAU 38.9 99-00 Shneka Whaley JSU 44.3 98-99 Heather Mayes JSU 47.6 97-98 Kelli Elly UCF 42.2 96-97 Debbie Trowbridge CoC 39.4 95-96 Kimbla Newsom FAU 33.3 94-95 Kelly Redick CoC 33.0 93-94 Pam Bettis SLU 43.9 92-93 Kristen Follis Stet 35.0 91-92 Christie Agee Mer 41.7 90-91 Gloria Richardson Mer 41.5 89-90 Kelly Lincoln UCF 45.5 88-89 Shelly Boston FAMU 38.2 87-88 Terri Cain Stet 37.2 86-87 Jeannie Smith Mer 27.1 Free Throws Made 08-09 Adrianne McNally 07-08 Courtney Hawkins 06-07 Alysha Clark 05-06 Alysha Clark 04-05 Brandi Miller 03-04 Brandi Miller 02-03 Shanika Freeman 01-02 April Cromartie 00-01 Leslie McElrath 99-00 Lisa Baswell 98-99 Lisa Baswell 97-98 Chariya Davis 96-97 Martha Harrison 95-96 Deneka Knowles

FGCU Upst Bel Bel Bel Bel JSU Cam GSU JSU JSU UCF Stet SLU

120 124 160 178 135 122 184 125 137 123 189 141 126 162

Tamika Coley UCF Deneka Knowles SLU Andrea Congreaves Mer Gwen Thomas GaSo Tidra Hardy FIU Giavonne Combs FIU Phylette Blake GaSo Regina Days GaSo Phylette Blake GaSo Caroline Nicholson Mer

142 137 150 157 182 154 151 130 107 143

Free Throws Attempted 08-09 Adrianne McNally FGCU 07-08 Courtney Hawking Upst 06-07 Alysha Clark Bel 05-06 Alysha Clark Bel 04-05 Brandi Miller Bel 03-04 Brandi Miller Bel 02-03 Shanika Freeman JSU 01-02 Tamica Pierce FAU 00-01 Leslie McElrath GSU 99-00 April Cromartie Cam 98-99 Lisa Baswell JSU 97-98 Chariya Davis UCF 96-97 Marsha Harrison Stet 95-96 Deneka Knowles SLU 94-95 Tamika Coley UCF 93-94 Deneka Knowles SLU 92-93 Andrea Congreaves Mer 91-92 Gwen Thomas GaSo 90-91 Tidra Hardy FIU 89-90 Giavonne Combs FIU 88-89 Phylette Blake GaSo 87-88 Regina Days GaSo 86-87 Regina Days GaSo 85-86 Caroline Nicholson Mer

195 157 215 239 186 163 251 219 199 169 221 176 157 245 242 206 180 217 272 203 203 233 216 205

Free Throw Pct. (min 2.0 ftm/g) 08-09 LaToya Jackson Mer 07-08 Michele DeVault ETSU 06-07 Penny Jones Lip 05-06 Nefertiti Walker Stet 04-05 Nefertiti Walker Stet 03-04 Courtney Boynton Lip 02-03 Kristy Brown Stet 01-02 Amy White Stet 00-01 Janice Washington Cam 99-00 Lisa Baswell JSU 98-99 Lisa Baswell JSU 97-98 Ashley Moore Cam 96-97 Ashley Moore Cam 95-96 Ashley Moore Cam 94-95 Albena Branzova FIU 93-94 Albena Branzova FIU 92-93 Andrea Congreaves Mer 91-92 Kristen Follis Stet 90-91 Shellye Fisher GSU 89-90 Sandra Locklear FAMU 88-89 Donyale Ferguson FAMU 87-88 Adrienne Jackson FIU 86-87 DeAnn Craft UCF 85-86 Kristy Burns UCF

84.8 86.5 88.2 91.4 92.0 81.8 86.0 89.5 77.8 85.4 85.5 85.9 86.3 76.4 85.3 85.2 83.3 84.0 84.6 79.4 78.2 77.1 92.2 81.4

Rebound Avg. 08-09 Siarre Evans ETSU 07-08 Marlena Murphy Cam 06-07 Alysha Clark Bel 05-06 Shavonder Clarke KSU 04-05 Kristy Brown Stet 03-04 Kristy Brown Stet 02-03 Shanika Freeman JSU 01-02 Kat Sungy JU 00-01 Kat Sungy JU 99-00 April Cromartie Cam 98-99 April Cromartie Cam 97-98 Felecia Autry Cam 96-97 Etolia Mitchell GSU 95-96 Deneka Knowles SLU 94-95 Tamika Coley UCF 93-94 Tamika Coley UCF 92-93 Deneka Knowles SLU 91-92 Andrea Congreaves Mer 90-91 Tracy Wilson GaSo 89-90 Sarah Foley Stet 88-89 Angela Gresham GSU

10.3 9.8 12.7 11.2 10.8 10.4 10.4 10.5 9.4 9.4 10.9 8.9 13.2 12.2 11.1 12.0 12.8 11.6 11.4 12.1 12.1

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87-88 Phylette Blake 86-87 Phylette Blake 85-86 Vickie Grant

GaSo 11.3 GaSo 14.0 GSU 11.0

Assist Avg. 08-09 Regina Omoite 07-08 Chelsea Dermyer 06-07 Brooke Wilhoit 05-06 Sally Skeldon 04-05 Kerri Fiehrer 03-04 Kerri Fiehrer 02-03 Kerri Fiehrer 01-02 Marica Maddox 00-01 Marica Maddox 99-00 Sharin Milner 98-99 July Mehaffey 97-98 Dalma Ivanyi 96-97 Janice Washington 95-96 Dalma Ivanyia 94-95 Andrea Nagy 93-94 Andrea Nagy 92-93 Andrea Nagy 91-92 Andrea Nagy 90-91 Stephany Raines 89-90 Stephany Raines 88-89 Stephany Raines 87-88 April Manning 86-87 Julie Cardinale 85-86 Julie Cardinale

JU 4.8 FGCU 4.9 ETSU 5.9 Mer 6.9 Troy 5.9 Troy 6.4 Troy 5.3 GSU 6.1 GSU 6.3 Troy 7.5 GSU 5.7 FIU 9.5 Cam 5.5 FIU 6.6 FIU 9.8 FIU 10.3 FIU 8.7 FIU 8.5 Mer 7.9 Mer 6.2 Mer 8.9 FAMU 6.4 UCF 5.8 UCF 9.1

Blocked Shot Avg. 08-09 Jessica Bobbitt Bel 2.5 07-08 Jessica Bobbitt Bel 2.4 06-07 Jessica Bobbitt Bel 2.9 05-06 Katie Beth Pate Lip 3.1 04-05 Katie Beth Pate Lip 3.0 03-04 Katie Beth Pate Lip 3.7 02-03 DeeAnna Hanscom FAU 1.8 01-02 Ali Roberts UCF 2.6 00-01 Ruta Griniute FAU 3.1 99-00 Milica Miljovic JU 2.2 98-99 Cortney Moore Sam 1.8 97-98 Samantha Tomlinson Troy 4.1 96-97 Alfredia Seals JSU 2.2 95-96 Alfredia Seals JSU 2.6 94-95 Albena Branzova FIU 2.3 93-94 Jennifer Swearingen CoC 1.9 92-93 Denise Hogue CoC 3.7 91-92 Denise Hogue CoC 5.3 90-91 Shauntay Cunningham FIU 1.0 89-90 Sarah Foley Stet 2.6 88-89 Angela Gresham GSU 1.8 87-88 Debra Bullock FIU 1.6 86-87 Esther Myrick FAMU 1.5 85-86 Esther Myrick FAMU 1.7 Steal Avg. 08-09 Latisha Belcher 07-08 Greteya Kelley 06-07 Sally Skeldon 05-06 Shavonder Clarke 04-05 Jessica Miller 03-04 JoAnn Smith 02-03 Tashean Thomas 01-02 Erica Davenport 00-01 Cher Dyson 99-00 Cher Dyson 98-99 Cher Dyson 97-98 Cher Dyson 96-97 Felecia Autry 95-96 Dalma Ivanyi 94-95 Kim Lucas 93-94 Tana Pokorna 92-93 Tana Pokorna 91-92 Natalie White 90-91 Shelly Boston 89-90 Shelly Boston 88-89 Shelly Boston 87-88 April Manning 86-87 April Manning 85-86 Julie Cardinale

ETSU KSU Mer KSU Mer Stet Stet Bel Stet Stet Stet Stet Cam FIU Stet FIU FIU FAMU FAMU FAMU FAMU FAMU FAMU UCF

2.9 3.8 2.7 2.8 3.0 2.5 3.3 3.6 3.5 3.9 3.7 3.8 2.8 4.1 3.3 3.4 2.8 5.1 5.1 5.5 3.7 4.7 3.3 2.9

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

221 196 197 208 186 219 212 190 193 227 210 220 200 199 291 237 308 353 281 250 314 236 209 293

2.90 2.60 2.59 2.96 3.11 2.71 2.61 2.11 2.36 2.74 2.46 2.44 2.40 1.65 2.50 2.64 3.08 2.75 2.22 1.81 0.93 1.45 0.76

94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86

WOMEN’S HISTORY

Field Goals 08-09 TaRonda Wiles ETSU 07-08 Ashley Williams JU 06-07 Ashley Williams JU 05-06 Alysha Clark Bel 04-05 Kristy Brown Stet 03-04 Patechia Hartman GSU 02-03 Shanika Freeman JSU 01-02 Evita Rogers GSU 00-01 April Cromartie Cam 99-00 Sheridan Andrews FAU 98-99 Lisa Baswell JSU 97-98 Gergana Branzova FIU 96-97 Gergana Branzova FIU 95-96 Deneka Knowles SLU 94-95 Albena Branzova FIU 93-94 Albena Branzova FIU 92-93 Albena Branzova FIU 91-92 Andrea Congreaves Mer 90-91 Andrea Congreaves Mer 89-90 Sarah Foley Stet 88-89 Phylette Blake GaSo 87-88 Debra Bullock FIU 86-87 Phylette Blake GaSo 85-86 Kristy Burns UCF

3-Point Field Goals/Game 08-09 Kelsey Jacobson FGCU 07-08 LaToya Jackson Mer 06-07 Catie Woods Lip 05-06 B.J. Banjo ETSU 04-05 Jenny Conkle Bel 03-04 Jenny Conkle Bel 02-03 Chaquita Alexander Troy 01-02 Chaquita Alexander Troy 00-01 Lexie Richards JU 99-00 Shneka Whaley JSU 98-99 Heather Mayes JSU 97-98 Latorria Matthews FAU 96-97 Jessie Castandeda FAU 95-96 Kimbla Newsom FAU 94-95 Kelly Redick CoC 93-94 Kristen Follis Stet 92-93 Kristen Follis Stet 91-92 Andrea Congreaves Mer 90-91 Kristen Follis Stet 89-90 Valerie Golden Stet 88-89 Shelly Boston FAMU 87-88 Terri Cain Stet 86-87 Jeannie Smith Mer

59.6 56.8 62.2 65.2 59.2 56.9 62.0 55.7 72.1 63.4 64.9 65.2 58.3 63.3 55.6 64.5 63.1 62.4 70.5

WOMEN’S TEAMS

16.4 16.4 17.0 21.5 16.8 19.2 21.7 17.1 19.9 20.3 21.3 21.4 16.7 21.5 21.2 20.2 31.0 33.0 24.5 20.2 26.0 22.0 20.9 24.7

April Clyburn GSU Thea Herring Troy Thea Herring Troy April Cromartie Cam April Cromartie Cam April Cromartie Cam Gergana Branzova FIU Gergana Branzova FIU Deneka Knowles SLU Albena Branzova FIU Deneka Knowles SLU Deneka Knowles SLU Andrea Congreaves Mer Andrea Congreaves Mer Tracy Wilson GaSo Shelia Reynolds FIU Regina Days GaSo Regina Days GaSo Regina Days GaSo

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

Scoring Avg. 07-08 Siarre Evans ETSU 07-08 Courtney Hawkins Upst 06-07 Alysha Clark Bel 05-06 Nefertiti Walker Stet 04-05 Kristy Brown Stet 03-04 Patechia Hartman GSU 02-03 Shanika Freeman JSU 01-02 April Cromartie Cam 00-01 Leslie McElrath GSU 99-00 Lisa Baswell JSU 98-99 Lisa Baswell JSU 97-98 Lakeisha Parrish Troy 96-97 Felecia Autry Cam 95-96 Deneka Knowles SLU 94-95 Albena Branzova FIU 93-94 Albena Branzova FIU 92-93 Andrea Congreaves Mer 91-92 Andrea Congreaves Mer 90-91 Andrea Congreaves Mer 89-90 Sarah Foley Stet 88-89 Phylette Blake GaSo 87-88 Dawn Jackson Mer 86-87 DeAnn Craft UCF 85-86 Kristy Burns UCF

03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86

MEN’S HISTORY

507 502 510 599 520 556 629 521 596 569 618 537 468 560 677 586 805 925 662 574 780 582 582 525 691

MEN’S TEAMS

Siarre Evans ETSU Ashley Williams JU Alysha Clark Bel Alysha Clark Bel Kristy Brown Stet Patechia Hartman GSU Shanika Freeman JSU Evita Rogers GSU Leslie McElrath GSU Lisa Baswell JSU Lisa Baswell JSU Gergana Branzova FIU Felecia Autry Cam Deneka Knowles SLU Albena Branzova FIU Albena Branzova FIU Andrea Congreaves Mer Andrea Congreaves Mer Andrea Congreaves Mer Tracy Wilson GaSo Phylette Blake GaSo Debra Bullock FIU Regina Days GaSo Phylette Blake GaSo Kristy Burns UCF

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

Points 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 87-88 86-87 85-86

INSIDE THE ASUN

Annual Individual Leaders

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Single Season Individual Leaders Points (Top 25) 1. Andrea Congreaves Mer 91-92 925 2. Andrea Congreaves Mer 92-93 805 3. Phylette Blake GaSo 88-89 780 4. Albena Branzova FIU 92-93 748 5. Kristy Burns UCF 85-86 691 6. Albena Branzova FIU 94-95 677 7. Michelle Foster SLU 91-92 671 8. Andrea Congreaves Mer 90-91 662 9. Shanika Freeman JSU 02-03 629 10. Lisa Baswell JSU 98-99 618 11. Alysha Clark Bel 05-06 599 12. Leslie McElrath GSU 00-01 596 13. Kerstin Skagius Mer 88-89 594 14. Albena Branzova FIU 93-94 586 15. Debra Bullock FIU 87-88 582 Regina Days GaSo 87-88 582 17. Nefertiti Walker Stet 05-06 581 18. Tidra Hardy FIU 90-91 580 19. Chariya Davis UCF 98-99 575 Regina Days GaSo 85-86 575 21. Tracy Wilson GaSo 89-90 574 22. Lisa Baswell JSU 99-00 569 23. Tracy Wilson GaSo 90-91 565 Sarah Foley Stet 89-90 565 Leslie McElrath GSU 99-00 565 Scoring Avg. (20.0) 1. Andrea Congreaves Mer 91-92 33.0 2. Andrea Congreaves Mer 92-93 31.0 3. Phylette Blake GaSo 88-89 26.0 4. Kristy Burns UCF 85-86 24.7 5. Andrea Congreaves Mer 90-91 24.5 6. Albena Branzova FIU 92-93 24.1 7. Tracy Wilson GaSo 90-91 22.6 8. Shanika Freeman JSU 02-03 21.7 9. Michelle Foster SLU 91-92 21.6 10. Deneka Knowles SLU 95-96 21.5 Nefertiti Walker Stet 05-06 21.5 12. Lakeisha Parrish Troy 97-98 21.4 13. Lisa Baswell JSU 98-99 21.3 Regina Days GaSo 85-86 21.3 15. Albena Branzova FIU 94-95 21.2 Kerstin Skagius Mer 88-89 21.2 17. DeAnn Craft UCF 86-87 20.9 18. Debra Bullock FIU 87-88 20.8 19. S. Tomlinson Troy 97-98 20.4 20. Lisa Baswell JSU 99-00 20.3 21. Albena Branzova FIU 93-94 20.2 Sarah Foley Stet 89-90 20.2 23. Regina Days GaSo 87-88 20.1 24. Alysha Clark Bel 05-06 20.0 Tidra Hardy FIU 90-91 20.0 Field Goals Made (Top 20) 1. Andrea Congreaves Mer 91-92 353 2. Phylette Blake GaSo 88-89 314 3. Albena Branzova FIU 92-93 308 4. Andrea Congreaves Mer 92-93 302 5. Kristy Burns UCF 85-86 293 6. Albena Branzova FIU 94-95 291 7. Andrea Congreaves Mer 90-91 281 8. Michelle Foster SLU 91-92 280 9. Sarah Foley Stet 89-90 250 10. Tracy Wilson GaSo 90-91 245 11. Tracy Wilson GaSo 89-90 240 12. Albena Branzova FIU 93-94 237 13. Debra Bullock FIU 87-88 236 14. Phylette Blake GaSo 87-88 234 Regina Days GaSo 85-86 234 16. Kerstin Skagius Mer 88-89 232 17. Sheridan Andrews FAU 99-00 227 18. Regina Days GaSo 87-88 226 19. Leslie McElrath GSU 00-01 222 20. TaRonda Wiles ETSU 08-09 221 Field Goal Pct. 1. Deneka Knowles 2. Regina Days 3. Deneka Knowles April Cromartie 5. Deneka Knowles 6. Shelia Reynolds 7. Phylette Blake 8. Albena Branzova

90

SLU 95-96 .721 GaSo 85-86 .705 SLU 92-93 .652 Cam 00-01 .652 SLU 93-94 .649 FIU 88-89 .645 GaSo 88-89 .642 FIU 94-95 .634

9. Andrea Congreaves Mer 90-91 .633 10. Regina Days GaSo 87-88 .631 11. Cynthia Williams FAMU 87-88 .627 12. Regina Days GaSo 86-87 .624 13. Thea Herring Troy 01-02 .622 14. Gergana Branzova FIU 97-98 .620 15. Albena Branzova FIU 92-93 .615 16. Albena Branzova FIU 93-94 .605 17. Sarah Foley Stet 88-89 .599 18. April Cromartie Cam 99-00 .592 April Cromartie Cam 01-02 .592 20. Andrea Nagy FIU 93-94 .589 21. Lamilia Ford Stet 95-96 .585 22. Andrea Congreaves Mer 91-92 .583 23. Alysha Clark Bel 06-07 .580 24. Michelle Michael Stet 86-87 .579 3-Point FG Made (Top 25) 1. Kelsey Jacobson FGCU 08-09 2. Jenny Conkle Bel 04-05 3. Michele DeVault ETSU 07-08 4. Hollie Davis Bel 04-05 5. B.J. Banjo ETSU 05-06 Nefertiti Walker Stet 05-06 7. LaToya Jackson Mer 07-08 8. Kristen Follis Stet 92-93 Andrea Congreaves Mer 91-92 10. Jenny Conkle Bel 03-04 11. Catie Woods Lip 06-07 12. Kristen Follis Stet 93-94 Shaneka Whaley JSU 99-00 14. Chaquita Alexander Troy 02-03 Amber Rockwell Bel 08-09 16. Jessica Miller Mer 04-05 17. Kendra Wallace Upst 08-09 Celeste Hudson UCF 03-04 19. LaToya Jackson Mer 08-09 Nefertiti Walker Stet 04-05 Heather Mayes JSU 98-99 Carmelita Layog GSU 99-00 23. Lexie Richards JU 99-00 24. Hollie Davis Bel 02-03 Brooke Wilhoit ETSU 06-07

90 87 85 84 80 80 78 77 77 76 75 74 74 73 73 72 71 70 69 69 69 69 68 67 67

3-point FG per game (Top 25) 1. Jenny Conkle Bel 04-05 3.11 2. Kristen Follis Stet 92-93 3.08 3. Hollie Davis Bel 04-05 3.00 4. B.J. Banjo ETSU 05-06 2.96 Nefertiti Walker Stet 05-06 2.96 6. Kelsey Jacobson FGCU 08-09 2.90 7. Andrea Congreaves Mer 91-92 2.75 8. Jenny Conkle Bel 03-04 2.71 9. Shaneka Whaley JSU 99-00 2.70 10. Kristen Follis Stet 93-94 2.64 11. Chaquita Alexander Troy 02-03 2.61 12. LaToya Jackson Mer 07-08 2.60 13. Catie Woods Lip 06-07 2.59 14. Michele DeVault ETSU 07-08 2.58 15. Jessica Miller Mer 04-05 2.57 Nefertiti Walker Stet 04-05 2.57 17. Kendra Wallace Upst 08-09 2.54 18. Kelly Redick CoC 94-95 2.50 19. Heather Mayes JSU 98-99 2.46 20. Latorria Matthews FAU 97-98 2.44 21. Jessie Castaneda FAU 96-97 2.40 Lexie Richards JU 99-00 2.40 23. Lexie Richards JU 00-01 2.36 24. Amber Rockwell Bel 08-09 2.35 S. Tomlinson Troy 97-98 2.35 3-point Pct. (Top 25) 1. Heather Mayes JSU 98-99 .476 2. Jessica Bryant GWU 05-06 .455 3. Kate Fetzek UCF 98-99 .453 4. Sequenta Blackman GWU 04-05 .451 5. Letitia Dickon Cam 06-07 .448 6. Jessica Scala UCF 01-02 .446 7. Kelsey Jacobson FGCU 08-09 .443 8. Pam Bettis SLU 93-94 .439 9. Faye Adams SLU 93-94 .435 10. Becky Crosby SLU 93-94 .433 Shneka Whaley JSU 99-00 .433 12. Ashley Sharp Sam 97-98 .431 Michele DeVault ETSU 07-08 .431

14. Carmelita Layog 15. Kelli Elly 16. Nefertiti Walker 17. Christie Agee 18. A. Congreaves 19. Gloria Richardson Lexie Richards 21. Stacey Hinkle 22. Celeste Hudson 23. Brooke Wilhoit 24. Shannon Murphy Deb Blackshear

GSU 99-00 .423 UCF 97-98 .422 Stet 04-05 .418 Mer 91-92 .417 Mer 91-92 .416 Mer 90-91 .415 JU 99-00 .415 Cam 99-00 .413 UCF 02-03 .412 ETSU 06-07 .411 FGCU 08-09 .410 GaSo 89-90 .410

Free Throws Made (Top 25) 1. Lisa Baswell JSU 98-99 189 2. Shanika Freeman JSU 02-03 184 3. Tidra Hardy FIU 90-91 182 4. Alysha Clark Bel 05-06 178 5. Tamica Pierce FAU 01-02 168 6. Deneka Knowles SLU 95-96 162 7. Alysha Clark Bel 06-07 160 8. Gwen Thomas GaSo 91-92 157 9. Giavonne Combs FIU 89-90 154 10. Phylette Blake GaSo 88-89 151 11. Andrea Congreaves Mer 92-93 150 12. Andrea Congreaves Mer 91-92 142 13. Chariya Davis UCF 97-98 141 14. Tidra Hardy FIU 91-92 138 15. Deneka Knowles SLU 93-94 137 15. Leslie McElrath GSU 00-01 137 17. Brandi Miller Bel 04-05 135 18. Tamika Coley UCF 93-94 134 18. Lakia Hayes GSU 93-94 134 18. Michelle Michael Stet 88-89 134 21. Kristy Brown Stet 04-05 131 22. Kerstin Skagius Mer 88-89 130 22. Regina Days GaSo 87-88 130 24. Missy Glaser FAU 05-06 129 25. Shontavia Williams FAU 05-06 126 25. Marsha Harrison Stet 96-97 126 Free Throw Pct. (Top 25 - min 2.0 ftm/g) 1. DeAnn Craft UCF 86-87 .922 2. Nefertiti Walker Stet 04-05 .920 3. Nefertiti Walker Stet 05-06 .914 4. Amy White Stet 01-02 .895 5. Penny Jones Lip 06-07 .882 6. Courtney Boynton Lip 04-05 .868 7. Michele DeVault ETSU 07-08 .865 8. Ashley Moore Cam 96-97 .863 9. Marica Maddox GSU 01-02 .861 10. Kristy Brown Stet 02-03 .860 Michele DeVault ETSU 06-07 .860 12. Ashley Moore Cam 97-98 .859 13. Lisa Baswell JSU 98-99 .855 14. Lisa Baswell JSU 99-00 .854 15. Albena Branzova FIU 94-95 .853 16. Albena Branzova FIU 93-94 .852 17. LaToya Jackson Mer 08-09 .848 Gergana Branzova FIU 96-97 .848 19. Heather Mayes JSU 98-99 .847 20. Shellye Fisher GSU 90-91 .846 21. Heather Mayes JSU 97-98 .842 22. Kristen Follis Stet 91-92 .840 23. S. Blackman GWU 04-05 .837 24. Andrea Congreaves Mer 92-93 .833 25. Chelsea McMillan Upst 08-09 .831 Rebounds (Top 25) 1. Phylette Blake GaSo 86-87 393 2. Alysha Clark Bel 06-07 380 3. Albena Branzova FIU 92-93 344 4. Sarah Foley Stet 89-90 340 5. Kristy Brown Stet 04-05 334 6. Deneka Knowles SLU 92-93 332 7. Etolia Mitchell GSU 96-97 330 8. Felecia Autry Cam 95-96 329 9. Alysha Clark Bel 05-06 327 Phylette Blake GaSo 88-89 327 Phylette Blake GaSo 87-88 327 12. Tamika Coley UCF 93-94 325 Andrea Congreaves Mer 91-92 325 14. Siarre Evans ETSU 08-09 319 15. Deneka Knowles SLU 95-96 318 16. Angela Gresham GSU 88-89 314

17. Kerstin Skagius 18. Tamika Coley 19. April Cromartie 20. Angela Gresham 21. Shanika Freeman 22. Kristy Brown 23. Tamika Coley 24. Michelle Foster Katie Beth Pate

Mer UCF Cam GSU JSU Stet UCF SLU Lip

88-89 95-96 98-99 86-87 02-03 03-04 94-95 91-92 03-04

311 307 306 306 302 301 299 298 298

Rebound Avg. (Top 25) 1. Phylette Blake 2. Etolia Mitchell 3. Deneka Knowles 4. Alysha Clark 5. Deneka Knowles 6. Felecia Autry 7. Angela Gresham Sarah Foley 9. Tamika Coley 10. A. Congreaves 11. Tracy Wilson 12. Phylette Blake 13. Shavonder Clarke 14. Tamika Coley Albena Branzova Kerstin Skagius 17. Vickie Grant 18. April Cromartie Alfredia Seals Phylette Blake Angela Gresham 22. Kristy Brown 23. Tamika Coley A. Congreaves 25. Kat Sungy

GaSo 86-87 14.0 GSU 96-97 13.2 SLU 92-93 12.8 Bel 06-07 12.7 SLU 95-96 12.2 Cam 95-96 12.2 GSU 88-89 12.1 Stet 89-90 12.1 UCF 93-94 12.0 Mer 91-92 11.6 GaSo 90-91 11.4 GaSo 87-88 11.3 KSU 05-06 11.2 UCF 94-95 11.1 FIU 92-93 11.1 Mer 88-89 11.1 GSU 85-86 11.0 Cam 98-99 10.9 JSU 95-96 10.9 GaSo 88-89 10.9 GSU 86-87 10.9 Stet 04-05 10.8 UCF 95-96 10.6 Mer 89-90 10.6 JU 01-02 10.5

Assists (Top 25) 1. Andrea Nagy FIU 94-95 315 2. Andrea Nagy FIU 93-94 298 3. Dalma Ivanyi FIU 97-98 294 4. Andrea Nagy FIU 91-92 282 5. Andrea Nagy FIU 92-93 270 6. Julie Cardinale UCF 85-86 254 7. Stephany Raines Mer 88-89 250 8. Stephany Raines Mer 91-92 223 9. Stephany Raines Mer 90-91 212 10. Caroline Nicholson Mer 85-86 203 11. Sharin Milner Troy 99-00 202 12. Clarissa Tomlinson Sam 99-00 201 13. Marica Maddox GSU 00-01 197 14. Valerie Seay FAMU 85-86 192 15. Jeannie Hebert Miami 90-91 189 Terri Cain Stet 86-87 189 Brooke Wilhoit ETSU 06-07 189 18. Dalma Ivanyi FIU 95-96 186 Shelly Boston FAMU 90-91 186 Michelle Michael Stet 88-89 186 21. Shuteamia Brayboy FAU 05-06 181 22. Sally Skeldon Mer 05-06 179 Terri Cain Stet 87-88 179 Kerri Fiehrer Troy 03-04 179 25. Millie Williams SLU 91-92 178 April Manning FAMU 87-88 178 Terri Cain Stet 85-86 178 Assist Avg. (Top 25) 1. Andrea Nagy 2. Andrea Nagy 3. Dalma Ivanyi 4. Julie Cardinale 5. Stephany Raines 6. Andrea Nagy 7. Andrea Nagy 8. Stephany Raines 9. Stephany Raines 10. Sharin Milner 11. Valerie Seay 12. Sally Skeldon Clarissa Tomlinson 14. Jeannie Hebert Terri Cain 16. Dalma Ivanyi Shelly Boston Terri Cain

FIU 93-94 10.3 FIU 94-95 9.8 FIU 97-98 9.5 UCF 85-86 9.1 Mer 88-89 8.9 FIU 92-93 8.7 FIU 91-92 8.5 Mer 91-92 8.3 Mer 90-91 7.9 Troy 99-00 7.4 FAMU 85-86 7.1 Mer 05-06 6.9 Sam 99-00 6.9 Miami 90-91 6.8 Stet 86-87 6.8 FIU 95-96 6.6 FAMU 90-91 6.6 Stet 85-86 6.6

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19. Michelle Michael April Manning Kerri Fiehrer 22. Marica Maddox 23. Stephany Raines Terri Cain Julie Cardinale

Stet 88-89 FAMU 87-88 Troy 03-04 GSU 00-01 Mer 89-90 Stet 87-88 UCF 86-87

6.4 6.4 6.4 6.3 6.2 6.2 6.2

5.5 5.1 5.1 4.7 4.1 4.0 4.0 3.8 3.8 3.8 3.8 3.7 3.7 3.6 3.6 3.5 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.2 3.1 3.1 3.1

1107 1033 929 764 728 724 663 657 651 645 625 625 614 585 579 579 578 560 558 543 542 542 536 524 513

Field Goals Att. (Top 25) 1. Andrea Congreaves 2. Albena Branzova 3. Leslie McElrath 4. Phylette Blake 5. San Kegler 6. Felecia Autry 7. Patechia Hartman 8. Lashon Brown 9. Hollie Davis 10. Virginia Gregoire 11. Andrea Nagy 12. Tana Pokorna 13. Donyale Ferguson 14. Polly Innerarity 15. Michelle Michael 16. Evita Rogers 17. April Cromartie 18. Cher Dyson 19. Tracy Wilson 20. Kristen Follis 21. Aimee Cochran 22. Chariya Davis 23. Sharnesha Smith 24. Tamika Coley 25. Chaquita Alexander

1910 1702 1678 1555 1499 1468 1408 1373 1355 1353 1323 1306 1286 1276 1217 1211 1210 1202 1197 1195 1193 1174 1157 1149 1146

Mer 89-93 FIU 91-95 GSU 97-01 GaSo 85-89 GSU 88-93 Cam 94-98 GSU 01-05 Mer 93-96 Bel 01-05 JU 05-09 FIU 91-95 FIU 93-96 FAMU 88-91 FAMU 88-92 Stet 85-89 GSU 99-03 Cam 98-02 Stet 97-01 GaSo 87-91 Stet 90-94 Sam 97-01 UCF 95-99 Stet 05-09 UCF 93-96 Troy 99-03

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

Field Goal Pct. (.500) (min. 2 yrs, 600 fga) 1. Deneka Knowles SLU 93-96 .681 (578-849) 2. Regina Days GaSo 85-88 .654 (651-996) 3. Albena Branzova FIU 91-95 .607 (1033-1702) 4. April Cromartie Cam 98-02 .602 (728-1210) 5. Phylette Blake GaSo 85-89 .597 (929-1555) 6. Andrea Congreaves Mer 89-93 .579 (1107-1910) 6. April Clyburn GSU 02- 04 .579 (132-228) 7. Gergana Branzova FIU 94-98 .578 (542-938) 8. Shelia Reynolds FIU 88-90 .571 (396-693) 9. Thea Herring Troy 00-03 .569 (436-766) 10. Sarah Foley Stet 86-90 .565 (536-949) 11. Alysha Clark Bel 06-07 .559 (379-678) 11. Tracy Wilson GaSo 87-91 .553 (663-1197)

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Field Goals Made (Top 25) 1. Andrea Congreaves Mer 89-93 2. Albena Branzova FIU 91-95 3. Phylette Blake GaSo 85-89 4. San Kegler GSU 88-93 5. April Cromartie Cam 98-02 6. Leslie McElrath GSU 97-01 7. Tracy Wilson GaSo 87-91 8. Andrea Nagy FIU 91-95 9. Regina Days GaSo 85-88 10. Evita Rogers GSU 99-03 11. Felecia Autry Cam 94-98 11. Michelle Michael Stet 85-89 13. Tana Pokorna FIU 93-96 14. Patechia Hartman GSU 01-05 15. Polly Innerarity FAMU 88-92 15. Ashley WIlliams JU 04-08 17. Deneka Knowles SLU 93-96 18. Kristy Brown Stet 01-05 19. Tamika Coley UCF 93-96 20. Chariya Davis UCF 95-99 21. Gergana Branzova FIU 94-98 21. Lashon Brown Mer 93-96 23. Sarah Foley Stet 86-90 24. Virginia Gregoire JU 05-09 25. Donyale Ferguson FAMU 88-91

WOMEN’S TEAMS

2796 2515 2140 2091 2001 1904 1892 1829 1812 1728 1641 1624 1604 1570 1565 1522 1517 1517 1514 1506 1489 1402 1377 1369 1362 1347 1345 1339 1321 1314 1298 1287 1287 1285 1247 1238 1231 1223 1219 1200 1187 1183 1182 1165 1158 1154 1148 1146 1144 1136 1135 1123 1120 1116 1109 1109 1107 1087 1070 1064 1063 1060 1057 1049 1049 1048 1048 1048 1046 1042 1039 1034 1030 1027 1026 1019 1010 1006 1003 1002

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

FAMU 89-90 160 FAMU 91-92 143 FAMU 90-91 142 FAMU 87-88 132 FIU 95-96 114 FIU 97-98 106 KSU 07-08 106 FAMU 88-89 104 Stet 99-00 104 GaSo 90-91 103 UCF 87-88 103 Stet 98-99 103 Stet 95-96 101 Bel 01-02 101 Stet 97-98 99 FIU 93-94 99 Stet 01-02 99 FAMU 90-91 97 Stet 00-01 97 GaSo 89-90 93 ETSU 08-09 91 FIU 94-95 89

FAMU 89-90 FAMU 90-91 FAMU 91-92 FAMU 87-88 FIU 95-96 GaSo 90-91 Stet 90-91 Stet 97-98 Stet 99-00 UCF 87-88 KSU 07-08 FAMU 88-89 Ster 98-99 Stet 95-96 Bel 01-02 Stet 00-01 FIU 97-98 FIU 93-94 Stet 01-02 Stet 94-95 FAMU 86-87 Stet 02-03 FAMU 90-91 UCF 94-95 Stet 89-90 GaSo 89-90

Mer 89-93 FIU 92-95 GaSo 85-89 GaSo 84-88 GSU 97-01 GSU 88-93 Cam 98-02 FAMU 89-92 FIU 92-95 GSU 99-03 GaSo 85-88 Cam 94-98 SLU 93-96 Stet 85-89 GaSo 88-91 Stet 01-05 UCF 95-99 UCF 93-96 GSU 01-05 FIU 93-96 JU 04-08 Mer 93-96 Stet 97-01 FAMU 88-91 Troy 99-03 Stet 90-94 JU 05-09 FIU 94-98 ETSU 06- Bel 01-05 Stet 98-02 Mer 95-99 Bel 01-05 Stet 93-96 Sam 97-01 Cam 97-01 GSU 85-88 Stet 92-95 CoC 91-94 Stet 86-90 JSU 98-00 JU 99-03 Bel 05-09 FAU 96-01 FAU 97-01 GSU 87-91 GSU 85-89 Mer 88-92 JSU 95-00 GWU 02-07 Mer 93-97 GSU 99-03 Mer 85-89 Stet 85-88 KSU 05-09 Bel 05-07 Cam 94-98 Stet 03-07 JU 00-05 Stet 04-06 Troy 00-03 Mer 94-99 FAU 94-98 FIU 95-98 Mer 98-02 UCF 01-05 GSU 93-96 FIU 90-92 Stet 98-02 Stet 05-09 FAU 93-96 UCF 01-05 CoC 93-96 JU 05-09 JSU 01-03 FAMU 85-88 Troy 96-99 Stet 96-00 FIU 88-90 Mer 99-03

MEN’S HISTORY

Steals (Top 25) 1. Shelly Boston 2. Natalie White 3. Shelly Boston 4. April Manning 5. Dalma Ivanyi 6. Dalma Ivanyi Greteya Kelley 8. Shelly Boston Cher Dyson 10. Trina Simmons Anita Terlecky Cher Dyson 13. Lamilia Ford Erica Davenport 15. Cher Dyson Tana Pokorna Tashean Thomas 18. Donyale Ferguson Cher Dyson 20. Trina Simmons 21. Latisha Belcher 22. Andrea Nagy

5.3 4.1 4.1 3.7 3.1 3.1 3.0 2.4 2.7 2.7 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 2.3 2.3 2.2 2.2 2.1 2.1 2.0 1.9

Steal Avg. (Top 25) 1. Shelly Boston 2. Shelly Boston Natalie White 4. April Manning 5. Dalma Ivanyi 6. Trina Simmons Kristy Austell 8. Cher Dyson Cher Dyson Anita Terlecky Greteya Kelley 12. Shelly Boston Cher Dyson 14. Lamilia Ford Erica Davenport 16. Cher Dyson 17. Dalma Ivanyi Tana Pokorna Tashean Thomas 20. Kim Lucas April Manning Tashean Thomas 23. Donyale Ferguson 24. Priscilla Smith Valerie Golden Trina Simmons

Scoring (1000) 1. Andrea Congreaves 2. Albena Branzova 3. Phylette Blake 4. Regina Days 5. Leslie McElrath 6. San Kegler 7. April Cromartie 8. Polly Innerarity 9. Andrea Nagy 10. Evita Rogers 11. Regina Days 12. Felecia Autry 13. Deneka Knowles 14. Michelle Michael 15. Tracy Wilson 16. Kristy Brown 17. Chariya Davis 17. Tamika Coley 19. Patechia Hartman 20. Tana Pokorna 21. Ashley Williams 22. Lashon Brown 23. Cher Dyson 24. Donyale Ferguson 25. Chaquita Alexander 26. Kristen Follis 27 Virginia Gregoire 28. Gergana Branzova 29 Siarre Evans 30. Brandi Miller 31. Eboni Long 32. Christen Edwads 33. Hollie Davis 34. Lamilia Ford 35. Aimee Cochran 36. Sara Moore 37. Traci Cheek 38. Kim Lucas 39. Natalie Seel 40. Sarah Foley 41. Lisa Baswell 42. Kat Sungy 43. Jessica Bobbitt 44. Tamala Vaughn 45. LaTorria Matthews 46. Pam Miller 47. Brownie Caldwell 48. Stephany Raines 49. Shneka Whaley 50. Shameka Smith 51. Christy Cogley 52. Angelina Miller 53. Dawn Jackson 54. Diedre Hillery 55. Jennifer Baker Alysha Clark 57. Ashley Moore 58. Janene Maclin 59. Yolisha Jackson 60. Nefertiti Walker 61. Thea Herring 62. Carrie Harper 63 Sherri Pla 64. Dalma Ivanyi Tracy Henry 66. Takira Allen Rhian Jones Tidra Hardy 69. Amy White 70 Sharnesha Smith 71. Amanda Whitney 72. Ali Roberts 73. Katasa Eason 74. Regina Omoite 75. Shanika Freeman 76. April Manning 77. Lakeisha Parrish 78. Nicole Knappmiller 79. Shelia Reynolds 80. April Dyer

MEN’S TEAMS

Blocked Shot Avg. (Top 25) 1. Denise Hogue CoC 91-92 2. Katie Beth Pate Lip 03-04 S.Tomlinson Troy 97-98 4. Denise Hogue CoC 92-93 5. Ruta Griniute FAU 00-01 Katie Beth Pate Lip 05-06 7. Katie Beth Pate Lip 04-05 8. Jessica Bobbitt Bel 06-07 9. Cortney Moore Sam 97-98 Brittany Harmon GWU 06-07 11. Alfredia Seals JSU 95-96 Sarah Foley Stet 89-90 Ali Roberts UCF 01-02 14. Jessica Bobbitt Bel 08-09 Ali Roberts UCF 04-05 Albena Branzova CoC 92-93 17. Jessica Bobbitt Bel 07-08 18. Albena Branzova FIU 94-95 Tanya Kessenich Mer 04-05 20. Shelby Weber UCF 04-05 Alfredia Seals Cam 96-97 22. Rhian Jones GSU 95-96 Milica Miljkovic JU 99-00 24. Brittany Harmon GWU 03-04 25. J. Swearingen CoC 93-94

Stet 02-03 89 Stet 89-90 88 GaSo 88-89 88

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Blocked Shots (Top 25) 1. Denise Hogue CoC 91-92 147 2. Katie Beth Pate Lip 03-04 113 3. S. Tomlinson Troy 97-98 106 4. Denise Hogue CoC 92-93 101 5. Jessica Bobbitt Bel 06-07 94 6. Ruta Griniute FAU 00-01 86 7. Katie Beth Pate Lip 04-05 85 8. Brittany Harmon GWU 06-07 83 9. Ali Roberts UCF 01-02 78 10. Jessica Bobbitt Bel 08-09 77 Albena Branzova CoC 92-93 77 12. Ali Roberts UCF 04-05 73 Jessica Bobbitt Bel 07-08 73 14. Sarah Foley Stet 89-90 72 15. Cortney Moore Sam 97-98 70 16. Albena Branzova FIU 94-95 68 17. Tanya Kessenich Mer 04-05 66 Katie Beth Pate Lip 05-06 66 19. Alfredia Seals JSU 96-97 65 20. Shelby Weber UCF 04-05 64 21. Milica Miljkovic JU 99-00 61 22. Rhian Jones GSU 95-96 55 Alfredia Seals JSU 95-96 55 Dieidre Hillery Stet 86-87 55 25. Ashley Williams JU 05-06 54

Tashean Thomas 24. Valerie Golden Phylette Blake

INSIDE THE ASUN

Career Individual Leaders

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12. Evita Rogers GSU 99-03 .540 (645-1211) 13. Kat Sungy JU 99-03 .536 (472-880) 14. Ashley Williams JU 04-08 .534 (579-1084) 15. Lamilia Ford Stet 93-96 .527 (466-884) 16. Angela Gresham GSU 85-89 .523 (352-673) 17. Christine James GSU 97-99 .516 (336-651) 18. Kristy Brown Stet 01-05 .514 (560-1090) 18. Michelle Michael Stet 85-89 .514 (625-1215) 20. San Kegler GSU 88-93 .510 (764-1499) 21. Trineca McCleod FAU 02-04 .508 (371-731) 22. Takira Allen UCF 01-05 .504 (337-668) 3-point FG (Top 25) 1. Kristen Follis Stet 90-94 2. Jenny Conkle Bel 02-06 3. Hollie Davis Bel 01-05 4. L. Matthews FAU 97-01 5. Lexie Richards JU 99-03 6. C. Alexander Troy 99-03 7. Amber Rockwell Bel 06- 8. Regina Omoite JU 05-09 9. Natalie Seel CoC 91-94 10. Jessica Miller Mer 01-05 11. Christen Edwards Mer 95-99 12. Celeste Hudson UCF 02-05 Shneka Whaley JSU 95-00 13. Andrea Congreaves Mer 89-93 14. Nefertiti Walker Stet 04-06 15. Latoya Jackson Mer 06- 16. Sara Moore Cam 97-01 17. Dana Carrigan Lip 04-07 18. D. Trowbridge CoC 93-97 19. Virginia Gregoire JU 05-09 20. Casey Collins GWU 00-04 21 Jennifer Bake KSU 05-09 22. Catie Woods Lip 04-07 23. Sequenta Blackman GWU 02-06 24. Carmelita Layog GSU 96-00 25. Stacey Hinkle Cam 99-03

275 256 244 220 209 189 182 172 162 159 158 157 157 153 149 147 145 143 141 137 136 132 131 130 128 128

3-point FG Att. (Top 25) 1. Hollie Davis Bel 01-05 2. Kristen Follis Stet 90-94 3. Jenny Conkle Bel 02-06 4. Lexie Richards JU 99-03 5. LaTorria Matthews FAU 97-01 6. Amber Rockwell Bel 06- 7. Regina Omoite JU 05-09 8. Chaquita Alexander Troy 99-03 9. Natalie Seel CoC 91-94 10. Dana Carrigan Lip 04-07 11. Jessica Miller Mer 01-05 12. Christen Edwards Mer 95-99 13. Virginia Gregoire JU 05-09 Shneka Whaley JSU 95-00 15. Celeste Hudson UCF 02-05 16. Andrea Congreaves Mer 89-93 17. Sara Moore Cam 97-01 18. Suzan Shirley JSU 96-98 19. Latoya Jackson Mer 06- 20. Jennifer Baker KSU 05-09 21 Katie Gravel GWU 01-05 22. July Mehaffey GSU 95-99 23. Aimee Cochran Sam 97-01 24. Nefertiti Walker Stet 04-06 25. Kelly Redick CoC 91-95

846 748 718 596 574 535 519 512 507 495 471 452 445 445 429 418 415 408 401 394 393 385 382 380 370

3-point FG Pct. (Top 25 - min. 2 yrs, 150 att.) 1. Heather Mayes JSU 97-00 .476 (120-252) 2. Stacey Hinkle Cam 98-02 .464 (128-276)

92

3. Albena Branzova FIU 91-95 .416 (77-185) 4. Nefertiti Walker Stet 04-06 .392 (149-380) 5. Brooke Wilhoit ETSU 05-07 .392 (87-222) 6. Shannon Murphy FGCU 07- .386 (85-220) 7. LaTorria Matthews FAU 97-01 .383 (220-574) 8. Debbie Trowbridge CoC 94-98 .382 (87-228) 9. Amanda Whitney FAU 94-98 .381 (83-218) Carmelita Layog GSU 96-00 .381 (128-336) Catie Woods Lip 04-07 381 (131-344) 12. Ashley Sykes SLU 91-93 .378 (73-193) 13. Cher Dyson Stet 97-01 .378 (70-185) 14. Sequenta Blackman GWU 02-06 .373 (102-273) 15. Jessica Scala UCF 01-03 .371 (85-229) 16. Michele DeVault ETSU 05-08 .370 (104-281) 17. Chaquita Alexander Troy 99-03 .369 (189-512) 18. Laura Tinsley Troy 01-05 .368 (74-201) Letitia Dickson Cam 04-07 .368 (81-220) 20. Kristen Follis Stet 90-94 .367 (275-748) 21. Latoya Jackson Mer 06- .366 (147-401) Celeste Hudson UCF 02-04 .366 (157-429) Andrea Congreaves Mer 89-93 .366 (153-418) 24. Laura Cowley Bel 04- .360 (59-164) Karen Hickman Mer 02-06 .360 (118-328) Free Throws (Top 25) 1. April Cromartie Cam 98-02 2. Leslie McElrath GSU 97-01 3. Deneka Knowles SLU 93-96 4. Andrea Congreaves Mer 89-93 5. Andrea Nagy FIU 91-95 6. Brandi Miller Bel 01-05 7. Tamika Coley UCF 93-96 8. Evita Rogers GSU 99-03 9. Chariya Davis UCF 95-99 10. Eboni Long Stet 98-02 11. Chantel Jones FAU 98-02 12. Albena Branzova FIU 91-95 13. Kristy Brown Stet 01-05 13. San Kegler GSU 88-93 15 Felecia Autry Cam 94-98 16. Lamilia Ford Stet 93-96 17. Kim Lucas Stet 92-95 18. Regina Days GaSo 85-88 19. Alysha Clark Bel 05-07 20. Sara Moore Cam 97-01 21. Donyale Ferguson FAMU 88-91 22. Yolisha Jackson JU 00-05 23 Ashley Williams JU 04-08 24. Tidra Hardy FIU 90-92 25. Michelle Michael Stet 85-89

534 515 448 429 427 419 401 400 393 384 381 372 370 370 369 353 342 339 338 337 330 325 321 320 319

Free Throw Att. (435) 1. Leslie McElrath 2. Deneka Knowles 3. Tamika Coley 4. Regina Days 5. Evita Rogers 6. April Cromartie 7. Brandi Miller 7. Andrea Nagy

786 725 700 634 617 607 583 583

GSU 97-01 SLU 93-96 UCF 93-96 GaSo 85-88 GSU 99-03 Cam 98-02 Bel 01-05 FIU 91-95

9. Andrea Congreaves Mer 89-93 10. Polly Innerarity FAMU 88-92 11. Felecia Autry Cam 94-98 12. Lamilia Ford Stet 93-96 13. Phylette Blake GaSo 85-89 14. Chariya Davis UCF 95-99 15. San Kegler GSU 88-93 16. Tidra Hardy FIU 90-92 17. Kim Lucas Stet 92-95 18. Kristy Brown Stet 01-05 19. Michelle Michael Stet 85-89 20. Sara Moore Cam 97-01 21. Lashon Brown Mer 92-96 22. Albena Branzova FIU 91-95 23. Alysha Clark Bel 05-07 24. Donyale Ferguson FAMU 88-91

570 565 556 553 541 533 525 502 493 486 462 461 460 459 454 446

Rebounds (Top 50) 1. Phylette Blake GaSo 85-89 1242 2. Andrea Congreaves Mer 89-93 1141 3. Deneka Knowles SLU 93-96 1127 4. April Cromartie Cam 98-02 1113 5. Felecia Autry Cam 94-98 1112 6. Albena Branzova FIU 91-95 1092 7. Brandi Miller Bel 01-05 1005 8. Shameka Smith GWU 02-07 992 9. Kat Sungy JU 99-03 956 10. Kristy Brown Stet 01-05 941 11. San Kegler GSU 88-93 934 12. Tamika Coley UCF 93-96 931 13. Jessica Bobbitt Bel 05-09 878 14. Lamilia Ford Stet 93-96 873 15. Polly Innerarity FAMU 89-92 852 16. Pam Martin GSU 87-91 835 17. Leslie McElrath GSU 97-01 821 18. Evita Rogers GSU 99-03 793 19. Siarre Evans ETSU 06- 779 Tracy Henry Mer 98-02 779 21. Regina Days GaSo 85-88 776 22. Tracy Wilson GaSo 87-91 762 23. Sarah Foley Stet 86-90 753 24. Janene Maclin Stet 03-07 747 25. Kate Bosma Mer 93-97 736 26. Cortney Moore Sam 97-01 725 27. Brittany Harmon GWU 03-07 725 28. Rhian Jones GSU 93-96 708 29. Alysha Clark Bel 05-07 707 30. Tiffany Trenkle Stet 91-95 681 31. Marsha Harrison Stet 96-99 663 32. Amy White Stet 98-02 660 33. Jennifer Guldager UNF 05-09 647 34. Nicole Knappmiller Stet 96-00 646 35. Nerissa Mattox GSU 90-94 638 Angela Gresham GSU 85-89 638 37. Chariya Davis UCF 95-99 634 38. Michelle Michael Stet 85-89 630 39. Thea Herring Troy 00-03 626 40. Jillian Partin Lip 05-09 625 41. Christy Cogley Mer 93-97 609 42. Tanya Kessenich Mer 02-06 605 43. Yvette Tisdale GSU 99-04 603 44. Virginia Gregoire JU 05-09 602 45. Kristy Halvorsen FAU 98-02 599 46. Tidra Hardy FIU 90-92 568 47. Dieidre Hillery Stet 85-88 565 48. Lisa Rugg Cam 96-00 563 49. Vicki Grant GSU 85-87 556 50. Latisha Belcher ETSU 06- 550 April Dyer Mer 99-03 550

13. Thea Herring Troy 00-03 14. Shelby Weber UCF 02-05 15. Polly Innerarity FAMU 88-92 15. Dieidre Hillery Stet 85-88 17. DeeAnna Hanscom FAU 00-04 17. Adrienne Billings UCF 00-04 19. S. Tomlinson Troy 97-98 20. Kristy Halvorsen FAU 98-02

118 116 110 110 109 109 106 104

Assists (Top 25) 1. Andrea Nagy FIU 91-95 1165 2. Stephany Raines Mer 88-92 851 3. Dalma Ivanyi FIU 95-98 631 4. Rhonda Griffin Mer 85-89 614 5. Kerri Fiehrer Troy 01-05 609 6. Janice Washington Cam 97-01 572 7. Terri Cain Stet 85-88 546 8. Sally Skeldon Mer 03-07 542 9. July Mehaffey GSU 95-99 532 10. Chariya Davis UCF 95-99 531 11. Michelle Michael Stet 85-89 527 12. Marica Maddox GSU 98-02 518 13. Shelly Boston FAMU 89-92 490 14. Brownie Caldwell GSU 85-89 477 15. Aimee Cochran Sam 97-01 463 16. Regina Omoite JU 05-09 459 17. Crystal Smith Cam 92-96 454 18. Julie Cardinale UCF 85-87 451 19. Patechia Hartman GSU 01-05 444 20. April Manning FAMU 85-88 416 21. Sharnesha Smith Stet 05-09 407 22. Tana Pokorna FIU 93-96 375 Cher Dyson Stet 97-01 375 24. Donyale Ferguson FAMU 88-91 371 25. Kristen Follis Stet 90-94 365 Steals (Top 25) 1. Shelly Boston FAMU 89-92 2. Cher Dyson Stet 97-01 3. Andrea Nagy FIU 91-95 4. Tana Pokorna FIU 93-96 5. Aimee Cochran Sam 97-01 6. Chariya Davis UCF 96-99 7. April Manning FAMU 85-88 8. Dalma Ivanyi FIU 95-98 9. Lamilia Ford Stet 93-96 10. Janice Washington Cam 97-01 11. Donyale Ferguson FAMU 88-91 13. Stephnay Raines Mer 88-92 12. Phylette Blake GaSo 85-89 13. Brownie Caldwell GSU 85-89 14. Tracy Henry Mer 98-02 15. Patechia Hartman GSU 01-05 16. DaVina Hamilton JU 05-09 17. Sally Skeldon Mer 03-07 18. Christy Cogley Mer 93-97 19. Felecia Autry Cam 94-98 20. Kim Lucas Stet 91-95 21. Erica Davenport Bel 01-04 22. Andrea Congreaves Mer 89-93 23. Chantale Jones FAU 98-02 24. Kim Manning Stet 03-07 25. Latisha Belcher ETSU 06-

416 403 312 304 289 284 274 273 258 256 252 252 250 247 230 227 220 218 217 216 213 210 206 202 201 200

1000 PTS & 1000 RBS 1. Andrea Congreaves Mer 89-93 (2796 pts, 1141 rbs) 2. Albena Branzova FIU 91-95 (2515 pts, 1092 rbs) 3. Phylette Blake GaSo 85-89 (2410 pts, 1242 rbs) Blocked Shots (100) 1. Jessica Bobbitt Bel 05-09 290 4. April Cromartie Cam 98-02 (1892 pts, 1113 rbs) 2. Katie Beth Pate Lip 03-07 264 Cam 94-98 3. Albena Branzova FIU 91-95 250 5. Felicia Autry (1624 pts, 1112 rbs) 4. Denise Hogue CoC 91-93 248 5. Brittany Harmon GWU 03-07 230 6. Deneka Knowles SLU 93-96 (1604 pts, 1127 rbs) 6. Ali Roberts UCF 01-05 219 Bel 01-05 7. Cortney Moore Sam 97-01 196 7. Brandi Miller (1314 pts, 1005 rbs) 8. Tanya Kessenich Mer 02-06 184 9. Rhian Jones GSU 93-96 166 10. Phylette Blake GaSo 85-89 146 11. Ashley WIlliams JU 04-08 128 12. Sarah Foley Stet 86-90 120

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2002-03 First Team Chaquita Alexander Troy Natalie Brown Bel Shanika Freeman JSU Thea Herring Troy Evita Rogers GSU Second Team Kristy Brown Stet Angelina Miller GSU Erin Paige UCF Tamica Pierce FAU Kat Sungy JU All-FreshmanTeam Joslyn Giles Stet Jennifer Lodge Cam Sameka Smith GWU Shayla Smith UCF Shontavia Williams FAU 2001-02 First Team April Cromartie Tracy Henry Candice Mitchell Tamica Pierce Evita Rogers Second Team Natalie Brown Thea Herring Angelina Miller Jessica Scala Amy Whiter

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2000-01 First Team April Cromartie Cher Dyson Leslie McElrath Kat Sungy Kaisa Tuure Second Team Crystal Clary Aimee Cochran Marica Maddox Sara Moore Evita Rogers Janice Washington 1999-2000 First Team Sheridan Andrews Lisa Baswell April Cromartie Leslie McElrath Jodi Morris

1997-98 First Team Felecia Autry Gergana Branzova Melissa Harden Dalma Ivanyi Samantha Tomlinson Second Team Chariya Davis Ashley Moore Jodie Olofson LaKeisha Parrish Sherri Pla Third Team Carrie Harper Marsha Harrison Christine James Leslie McElrath Missy Peterson Tamala Vaughn

Cam FIU JSU FIU Troy UCF Cam CoC Troy FAU Mer Stet GSU GSU CoC FAU

1996-97 First Team Felecia Autry Cam Gergana Branzova FIU Liz Hufford Stet Etolia Mitchell GSU Shantrice Saxon UCF Second Team Christy Cogley Mer Tammy Felton GSU Zuzana Michalcova FIU Alfredia Seals JS Waynetta Veney CoC

Cam Sam GSU Cam GSU Cam

1995-96 First Team Felecia Autry Tamika Coley Lamilia Ford Deneka Knowles Tatana Pokorna Second Team Kathy Brown Dalma Ivanyi Stacy Nesbitt Alfredia Seals Amanda Whitney

FAU JSU Cam GSU Sam

1994-95 First Team Albena Branzova Tamika Coley Rena Faust Kim Lucas Andrea Nagy

Cam Stet GSU JU Stet

Troy GSU Stet Cam Sam

Cam UCF Stet SLU FIU FIU FIU GSU JSU FAU

FIU UCF SLU Stet FIU

1992-93 First Team Andrea Congreaves Albena Branzova San Kegler Andrea Nagy Natalie Seel Second Team Tana Pokorna Kristen Follis Deneka Knowles Tara Currin Jodi Thompson

SLU FIU CoC CoC GSU

Mer FIU GSU FIU CoC FIU Stet SLU CoC SLU

1991-92 First Team Andrea Congreaves Mer Michelle Foster SLU San Kegler GSU Andrea Nagy FIU Gwen Thomas GaSo Second Team Albena Branzova FIU Kristen Follis Stet Tidra Hardy FIU Polly Innerarity FAMU Stephany Raines Mer

1986-87 First Team Phylette Blake GaSo Caroline Nicholson Mer Angela Jenkins GSU Dieidre Hillery Stet April Manning FAMU Second Team Regina Days GaSo Gail Myrick FAMU Antoinette Brown GaSo Lorna Jefferson GSU Michelle Michael Stet 1985-86 First Team Kristy Burns UCF Regina Days GaSo Caroline Nicholson Mer Dallas Boychuk Stet Susan Patz UCF Second Team Cynthia Lee FAMU Valerie Seay FAMU Gail Myrick FAMU Esther Myrick FAMU Traci Cheek GSU Sharon Thomas GaSo

1990-91 First Team Andrea Congreaves Mer Vicki Plowden UM Tidra Hardy FIU Jaana Sintonen Mer Tracy Wilson GaSo Second Team Jeannie Herbert Miami Donyale Ferguson FAMU Shelly Boston FAMU Shellye Fisher GSU Kristy Austell Stet 1989-90 First Team Giavonne Combs FIU Donyale Ferguson FAMU Sarah Foley Stet Shelia Reynolds FIU Tracy Wilson GaSo Second Team Andrea Congreaves Mer Valerie Golden Stet Natalie Howard UCF San Kegler GSU Markisha Vereen GaSo 1988-89 First Team Phylette Blake GaSo Kerstin Skagius Mer Shelia Reynolds FIU Michelle Michael Stet Courtney Bullard FIU Fayetta Robinson UCF Second Team Angela Gresham GaSo Sally Bunyard Stet San Kegler GSU Donyale Ferguson FAMU Adrienne Jackson FIU

2008 Tournament MVP Latisha Belcher led ETSU to the A-Sun title.

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Bel Lip Bel GWU GWU

Bel Troy Stet Troy Mer

Sam Cam Stet JSU Sam

FIU Mer UCF SLU FIU

1987-88 First Team Regina Days GaSo Phylette Blake GaSo Debra Bullock FIU Michelle Michael Stet Traci Cheek GSU Second Team Dawn Jackson Mer April Manning FAMU Rosalind Jones FIU Cynthia Williams FAMU Antoinette Brown GaSo

WOMEN’S HISTORY

Stet ETSU Bel JU FAU

UCF Troy FAU Mer Lip

JSU UCF Mer GSU Troy

1993-94 First Team Albena Branzova Lashon Brown Tamika Coley Deneka Knowles Andrea Nagy Second Team Faye Adams Tatana Pokorna Natalie Seel Meredith Allen Lakia Hayes

Mer Cam Stet GSU FAU

WOMEN’S TEAMS

2004-05 First Team Courtney Boynton Kristy Brown Patechia Hartman Celeste Hudson Brandi Miller

KSU ETSU GWU Stet ETSU

Lip Stet GSU UCF Bel

1998-99 First Team Lisa Baswell Chariya Davis Christen Edwards Leslie McElrath LaKeisha Parrish Second Team Aimee Cochran April Cromartie Cher Dyson Heather Mayes Jodi Morris Third Team Keisha Ellis Christine James Nicole Knappmiller Sara Moore Clarissa Tomlinson

Second Team Lashon Brown Nicky Coleman Lamilia Ford Stacy Nesbitt Angie Smith

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

2005-06 First Team Nefertiti Walker B.J. Banjo Alysha Clark Ashley Williams Shontavia Williams Second Team Shavonder Clarke Adrienne Rieley Sarah Russell Sheena Carpenter Sequenta Blackman All-Freshman Team Alysha Clark Miriam McAlister Jessica Bobbitt Laura Povilonyte Jessica Bryant

Bel ETSU JU Cam JU

Cam FAU Lip Troy Bel

Second Team Aimee Cochran Sam Cher Dyson Stet Carmelita Layog GSU Sara Moore Cam Clarissa Tomlinson Sam Third Team Latoya Graham UCf Tracy Henry Mer Nicole Knappmiller Stet Sharin Milner Troy Angela Walker JU

MEN’S HISTORY

2006-07 First Team Alysha Clark Siarre Evans Virginia Gregoire Marlena Murphy Ashley Williams Second Team Jennifer Baker Michele DeVault Candyse Kelly Janene Maclin Brooke Wilhoit All-Freshman Team Siarre Evans Rosetta Hollis Shandrea Moore Tereva Moore Amber Rockwell Devin Thompson

2003-04 First Team Courtney Boynton Kristy Brown Patechia Hartman Celeste Hudson Brandi Miller Second Team Takira Allen Kerri Fiehrer Trineca McCleod Jessica Miller Katie Beth Pate All-Freshman Team Destri Bockey Laura Lee Holman Kim Manning Audrey Muse Sarah Russell

Bel Troy UCF Stet FAU

MEN’S TEAMS

2007-08 First Team Michele DeVault ETSU Siarre Evans ETSU Virginia Gregoire JU Britteny Henderson KSU Ashley Williams JU Second Team Chelsea Dermyer FGCU Marlena Murphy Cam Margaret Roundtree GWU Brooke Sunday Bel Delia De La Torre FGCU All-Freshman Team Jenna Bartsokas Lip Tierra Brown Stet Monique Hudson GWU Dominique Hudson GWU JulieMay Syquio UNF

Second Team Hollie Davis Laura Lee Holman Ali Roberts Nefertiti Walker Shontavia Williams All-Freshman Team Letitia Dickson Missy Glaser Kaleigh Gossman Amy Lewis Brooke Sunday

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

2008-09 First Team Jessica Bobbitt Siarre Evans Chelsea Lyles Adrianne McNally TaRonda Wiles Second Team Jennifer Baker Latisha Belcher Dominique Chism LaToya Jackson Amber Rockwell All-Freshman Team Cacy Burtnett Kelsey Jacobson Brittany Kirkland Kendra Wallace Gwen Washington

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2009-10 Men’s Basketball Composite Schedule Tuesday, November 3 Milligan College at ETSU (Exh.) 7:00pm Fort Valley State at Kennesaw State 7:30pm Thursday, November 5 Ave Maria at UNF (Exh.) 7:00pm Southeastern at Stetson (Exh.) 7:00pm Freed-Hardeman at Lipscomb (Exh.) 7:00pm CT GCSU at Mercer 7:30pm Monday, November 9 Carson Newman at ETSU (Exh.)

7:00pm

Friday, November 13 3 Mercer vs. Bucknell 5:00pm 1 Belmont vs. Portland State 6:30pm CT Averett University at Stetson 7:00pm FGCU at Michigan State 7:00pm North Greenville at Kennesaw State 7:30pm St. Andrews at Campbell 8:00pm Saturday, November 14 USC Upstate at Nebraska TBA Appalachian State at ETSU 4:00pm 3 Mercer vs. Bryant 4:00pm UNF at Notre Dame 7:00pm Elon at Lipscomb 7:00pm CT North Georgia at Kennesaw State 7:30pm 1 Belmont at Washington 9:00pm CT Sunday, November 15 Stetson at Florida 3 Mercer at Providence 1 Belmont vs. Wright State ETSU at Chattanooga

1:00pm 2:40pm 6:30pm CT 7:00pm

Monday, November 16 Jacksonville at Florida State Lipscomb at Vanderbilt USC Upstate at Indiana

7:00pm 7:00pm CT 8:30pm

Tuesday, November 17 East Carolina at Campbell

7:00pm

Wednesday, November 18 Fisk at Mercer Savannah State at UNF Stetson at Florida State

7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm

Thursday, November 19 FGCU at Prairie View A&M 7:00pm ETSU at Morgan State 7:00pm Tennessee Tech at Lipscomb 7:00pm CT Saturday, November 21 ETSU at Louisville 1/4:00pm USC Upstate at Winthrop 4:00pm Campbell at UNC Asheville 4:30pm Florida State at Mercer 4:30pm UNF at Illinois State 5:00pm CT Alabama State at Belmont. 7:15pm CT FGCU at Southern Methodist 8:00pm Stetson at Charleston Southern 8:30pm Sunday, November 22 2 Kennesaw State at Saint Louis

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Monday, November 23 Virginia Tech at Campbell

Saturday, December 12 7:00pm Murray State at ETSU 4:00pm Oakland City University at Lipscomb 7:00pm CT Tuesday, November 24 FIU at FGCU 7:30pm Lipscomb at Ohio State 6:00pm CT 2 Kennesaw State at Notre Dame 7:30pm Sunday, December 13 Jacksonville at California 10:30pm ET Kennesaw State at Maine 1:00pm Wednesday, November 25 Palm Beach Atlantic at Stetson College of Charleston at ETSU FGCU at Miami

Monday, December 14 4:00pm Campbell at UNC Wilmington 7:00pm 7:00pm * FGCU at USC Upstate 7:00pm 7:00pm Wednesday, December 16 Friday, November 27 Belmont at St. Louis TBA 2 Kennesaw State vs. Tennessee State 1:00pm FGCU at North Carolina Central 7:00pm Mercer at Georgia Tech 4:00pm Jacksonville at Bethune-Cookman 7:00pm * UNF at Campbell 6:15pm Miami at Stetson 7:00pm ETSU at Arkansas 7:00pm Winthrop at USC Upstate 7:00pm Jacksonville at South Carolina 7:00pm UNF at Northwestern 8:00pm USC Upstate at UNLV 10:00pm Saturday, November 28 2 Kennesaw State at Chicago Invitational TBA Friday, December 18 USC Upstate at Miami 1:00pm ETSU at Morehead State 7:00pm Lipscomb at SIU Edwardsville 2:00pm CT Belmont at Eastern Illinois 7:00pm CT Saturday, December 19 Lipscomb at Cincinnati 1:00pm CT Sunday, November 29 Kennesaw State at Western Michigan 2:00pm * UNF at ETSU 4:00pm UNF at Marquette 3:00pm * Jacksonville at Campbell 3:15pm Monday, November 30 Eastern Illinois at Belmont 7:00pm CT Jacksonville at Georgia State 7:00pm * Stetson at USC Upstate 7:00pm Monday, December 21 Tennessee State at Belmont 7:00pm CT 4 UNF vs. Canisius 5:30pm * Jacksonville at ETSU 7:00pm Tuesday, December 1 Stetson at Savannah State 7:00pm Bethune-Cookman at FGCU 7:05pm Mercer at Vanderbilt 8:00pm Lipscomb at Arizona 8:00pm CT Wednesday, December 2 Stetson at Louisville 7:00pm Tuesday, December 22 UNF at Alabama 7:00pm CT Kennesaw State at Georgia Tech 2:00pm ETSU at Tennessee 7:30pm 4 UNF vs. New Orleans 5:30pm Campbell at Longwood 7:00pm Thursday, December 3 DePaul at FGCU 7:05pm * Belmont at Kennesaw State 7:30pm * Lipscomb at Mercer 7:30pm Wednesday, December 23 USC Upstate at Arizona State 4:00pm Friday, December 4 Mercer at Alabama 8:00pm ETSU at UAB 7:00pm 4 UNF at Southern Mississippi 8:00pm Florida at Jacksonville 7:00pm Tuesday, December 29 Saturday, December 5 5 Jacksonville vs. Buffalo 1/4:00pm FGCU at Longwood 2:00pm Fordham at Kennesaw State 7:30pm * Belmont at Mercer 3:30pm Mercer at UNC Charlotte 7:30pm * Lipscomb at Kennesaw State 7:30pm * FGCU at Stetson 8:00pm USC Upstate at Wichita State 8:05pm Belmont at Kansas 8:00pm CT Monday, December 7 Southern Virginia at Campbell

Wednesday, December 30 7:00pm 5 Jacksonville vs. UCF/Liberty 4/7:00pm Palm Beach Atlantic at UNF 7:00pm Tuesday, December 8 Appalachian State at Campbell 8:00pm Belmont at Middle Tennessee State 7:00pm CT Saturday, January 2 Thursday, December 10 * Campbell at USC Upstate 2:00pm SIU Edwardsville at Lipscomb 7:00pm * Mercer at Jacksonville 3:15pm Campbell at Western Carolina 7:00pm * Stetson at Lipscomb 3:15pm CT North Georgia at ETSU 7:00pm * FGCU at Belmont 4:15pm CT Piedmont at Mercer 7:00pm * Kennesaw State at UNF ¬¬7:00pm

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2009-10 Men’s Basketball Composite Schedule Monday, January 4 * ETSU at USC Upstate 2:00pm * Kennesaw State at Jacksonville 7:15pm * Stetson at Belmont. 7:15pm CT * FGCU at Lipscomb 7:30pm CT * Mercer at UNF 7:45pm

Sunday, January 24 * Kennesaw State at Stetson * Mercer at FGCU

Thursday, January 7 * USC Upstate at Belmont. 7:15pm CT * Campbell at Mercer 7:30pm * ETSU at Kennesaw State 7:30pm

Tuesday, January 26 * Lipscomb at Belmont

Friday, January 29 * Jacksonville at UNF

Friday, February 19 7:00pm * ETSU at Campbell

2:00pm 2:05pm

Saturday, January 30 * Belmont at Campbell * Stetson at Mercer * Lipscomb at ETSU * FGCU at Kennesaw State

3:15pm 3:30pm 4:00pm 7:30pm

7:30pm CT

Sunday, January 31 * Jacksonville at USC Upstate

Sunday, February 21 3:00pm * USC Upstate at ETSU

Monday, February 1 * Belmont at ETSU * FGCU at Mercer * Stetson at Kennesaw State * Lipscomb at Campbell

7:00pm 7:30pm 7:30pm 8:00pm

7:00pm 7:05pm

Tuesday, January 12 SIU Edwardsville at Kennesaw State 7:30pm 7:00pm 7:15pm 7:45pm 8:00pm

Friday, January 15 * Mercer at USC Upstate

7:00pm

Saturday, January 16 * Belmont at Jacksonville. * Stetson at Campbell * FGCU at ETSU * Lipscomb at UNF

3:15pm 3:15pm 4:00pm 7:00pm

Sunday, January 17 * Kennesaw State at USC Upstate 3:00pm 7:15pm

Thursday, January 21 * Campbell at Belmont 7:15pm CT * ETSU at Lipscomb 7:30pm CT * USC Upstate at UNF 7:45pm 7:00pm 7:05pm

Saturday, January 23 * USC Upstate at Jacksonville 3:15pm * Campbell at Lipscomb 3:15pm CT * ETSU at Belmont 4:15pm CT

5:15pm 7:00pm 7:30pm 7:30pm 4:00pm 7:05pm 7:15pm 7:15pm CT 7:30pm CT 7:45pm

7:30pm Saturday, February 27 2:15pm 7:30pm * ETSU at Jacksonville 3:15pm CT 8:15pm * Mercer at Lipscomb * Campbell at UNF 7:00pm * USC Upstate at Stetson 7:00pm Friday, February 5 7:15pm CT * UNF at Lipscomb 7:00pm CT * Kennesaw State at Belmont * Jacksonville at Belmont 7:00pm CT Wednesday, March 3 Atlantic Sun Championship Quarterfinal 1 TBA Saturday, February 6 * Campbell at FGCU 5:15pm Atlantic Sun Championship Quarterfinal 2 TBA * ETSU at Stetson 7:00pm * USC Upstate at Kennesaw State 7:30pm Thursday, March 4 Atlantic Sun Championship Quarterfinal 3 TBA Atlantic Sun Championship Quarterfinal 4 TBA Sunday, February 7 * Jacksonville at Lipscomb 1:00pm CT * UNF at Belmont 2:00pm CT Friday, March 5 Atlantic Sun Championship Semifinal 1 TBA Atlantic Sun Championship Semifinal 2 TBA Monday, February 8 * USC Upstate at Mercer 7:30pm Saturday, March 6 Atlantic Sun Championship Final TBA Thursday, February 11 * FGCU at Jacksonville 7:15pm * Lipscomb at USC Upstate 7:30pm Legend * Stetson at UNF 7:45pm * - Atlantic Sun Conference match 1 – Athletes in Action Classic (Seattle, Wash.) 2 – Chicago Invitational Challenge Friday, February 12 * Kennesaw State at ETSU 7:00pm 3 – World Vision Invitational (Providence, RI) * Mercer at Campbell 7:00pm 4 – South Mississippi Christmas Classic (Gulfport, Miss.) 5 – UCF Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) Saturday, February 13 * Belmont at USC Upstate 2:00pm * Stetson at Jacksonville 3:15pm * FGCU at UNF 7:00pm ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE 2008-09 BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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Friday, January 22 * Mercer at Stetson * Kennesaw State at FGCU

Thursday, February 4 * ETSU at FGCU * Mercer at Kennesaw State * Campbell at Stetson

7:00pm

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Monday, January 18 * UNF at Jacksonville

Thursday, February 25 * USC Upstate at FGCU * Campbell at Jacksonville * Mercer at Belmont * Kennesaw State at Lipscomb * ETSU at UNF

7:30pm 7:30pm 7:30pm 8:15pm

WOMEN’S TEAMS

Thursday, January 14 * Stetson at ETSU * Lipscomb at Jacksonville * Belmont at UNF. * FGCU at Campbell

Saturday, February 20 * Belmont at FGCU * Lipscomb at Stetson * Jacksonville at Mercer * UNF at Kennesaw State

7:00pm

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

7:00pm 7:00pm 7:30pm 7:30pm

7:00pm 7:00pm

MEN’S HISTORY

Monday, January 11 * Belmont at Lipscomb

Thursday, February 18 * Jacksonville at Kennesaw State * Lipscomb at FGCU * UNF at Mercer * Belmont at Stetson

Wednesday, January 27 * UNF at USC Upstate * Campbell at ETSU * Kennesaw State at Mercer * Stetson at FGCU

Saturday, January 9 * ETSU at Mercer 3:30pm * USC Upstate at Lipscomb 6:15pm CT * Campbell at Kennesaw State 7:30pm Sunday, January 10 * UNF at Stetson * Jacksonville at FGCU

Wednesday, February 17 6:00pm CT * USC Upstate at Campbell

4:00pm

MEN’S TEAMS

Friday, January 8 * Jacksonville at Stetson * UNF at FGCU

Monday, January 25 Jacksonville at Savannah State

Sunday, February 14 2:00pm * Mercer at ETSU 2:05pm Monday, February 15 * Kennesaw State at Campbell 7:00pm Savannah State at Stetson

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2009-10 Women’s Basketball Composite Schedule Saturday, October 31 Brewton-Parker at UNF (Exh.)

7:00pm

Sunday, November 1 Cumberlands at ETSU (Exh.)

1:30pm

Thursday, November 5 GCSU at Mercer (Exh.) Saint Leo at Jacksonville (Exh.)

5:00pm 7:00pm

Saturday, November 7 Harding at Lipscomb (Exh.) King College at ETSU (Exh.) Florida Southern at Stetson (Exh.) Sunday, November 8 Tampa at Jacksonville (Exh.)

1:00pm CT 1:30pm 3:00pm 2:00pm

Tuesday, November 10 Freed-Hardeman at Lipscomb (Exh.)

7:00pm CT

Friday, November 13 Jacksonville at Wake Forest Wofford at Campbell Central Arkansas at Belmont Chattanooga at ETSU Mercer at Oklahoma North Greenville at USC Upstate 3UTEP at FGCU Lehigh at Lipscomb

5:00pm 5:45pm 6:00pm CT 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:05pm 7:30pm CT

Saturday, November 14 Stetson at Florida Georgia State at Kennesaw State UNF at Florida State

3:00pm 5:00pm 7:00pm

Sunday, November 15 3FGCU at Preseason WNIT TBA ETSU at Mississippi State 3:00pm Central Arkansas at Lipscomb 3:30pm Monday, November 16 Coastal Carolina at Campbell USC Upstate at Longwood

7:00pm 7:00pm

Tuesday, November 17 UNF at Pittsburgh Jacksonville at FIU Austin Peay at Lipscomb Saint Leo at Stetson

11:00am 5:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm

Wednesday, November 18 3FGCU at Preseason WNIT TBA Campbell at North Carolina Central 5:30pm USC Upstate at Virginia 7:00pm Belmont at UT Martin 7:30pm CT Friday, November 20 7Lipscomb vs.Winston Salem State 3:30pm CT Mercer at College of Charleston 6:00pm Florida Tech at Jacksonville 7:00pm Jacksonville State at Kennesaw State 7:00pm Stetson at Florida State 7:00pm

Saturday, November 21 Indiana State at USC Upstate 7Lipscomb at Morehead State Alabama at Belmont Mercer at Charleston Southern UNF at South Florida

Wednesday, December 9 3:00pm Campbell at High Point 7:00pm 3:30pm CT 5:00pm CT Friday, December 11 6:00pm Georgia Southern at Mercer 7:00pm 7:00pm Sunday, December 13 Sunday, November 22 Stetson at Furman 1:30pm 3FGCU at Preseason WNIT TBA FGCU at Michigan State 2:00pm 7Lipscomb vs. Presbyterian Noon CT Jacksonville at USF 2:00pm Longwood at Kennesaw State 1:30pm ETSU at Arkansas 4:00pm Monday, December 14 UNF at Wake Forest 11:30am Monday, November 23 *Stetson at ETSU 4:45pm Jacksonville at George Mason 7:00pm Tuesday, December 15 Tuesday, November 24 Campbell at Longwood 7:00pm Bethune-Cookman at UNF 7:00pm USC Upstate at Clemson 7:00pm Campbell at UNC Asheville 7:00pm Clemson at Kennesaw State 7:00pm Wednesday, December 16 1:00pm USC Upstate at South Carolina State 7:00pm *Stetson at Campbell Southern Miss at Belmont 7:00pm CT Wednesday, November 25 Jacksonville at Howard 7:00pm Thursday, December 17 Stetson at Savannah State 7:00pm ETSU at Appalachian State 5:00pm 8South Carolina State at UNF 5:00pm Friday, November 27 *USC Upstate at Stetson 7:00pm *UNF at Campbell 4:00pm 1Belmont vs. Oregon State 5:05pm CT Friday, December 18 6Kennesaw State at Chattanooga 7:00pm 8Savannah State at UNF 5:00pm 7:00pm 4Tulsa at FGCU 7:05pm Georgia Tech at Kennesaw State Saturday, November 28 1Belmont vs. Northern Arizona/Siena TBA 6Kennesaw State at Chattanooga Classic 3/5:00pm Mercer at Furman 3:00pm UNC Asheville at USC Upstate 3:00pm 2ETSU vs.Arizona State 7:00pm Lipscomb at Tennessee State 7:00pm CT 4Rider at FGCU 7:05pm Sunday, November 29 2ETSU at Hawaii Monday, November 30 Lipscomb at Tennessee Tech Tuesday, December 1 Stetson at St. John’s USC Upstate at Winston-Salem State Wednesday, December 2 Alabama State at UNF UCF at Jacksonville Thursday, December 3 *Belmont at Kennesaw State *Lipscomb at Mercer Saturday, December 5 *Belmont at Mercer *UNF at ETSU *FGCU at Stetson *Lipscomb at Kennesaw State Tuesday, December 8 Evansville at Lipscomb

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Saturday, December 19 *Jacksonville at Campbell Mercer at Oklahoma State *USC Upstate at FGCU

1:00pm 2:00pm 7:05pm

Sunday, December 20 Belmont at Tennessee Tech TBA

Monday, December 21 *Jacksonville at ETSU 10:00pm Bethune-Cookman at Stetson Kennesaw State at Georgia Southern Mercer at Texas Tech 8:00pm CT Winthrop at Campbell Tuesday, December 22 7:00pm FGCU at FIU 7:00pm Monday, December 28 9Saint Francis (Pa.) at Stetson 7:00pm Mercer at High Point 7:00pm South Alabama at Lipscomb ETSU at Vanderbilt

4:45pm 5:00pm 5:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 7:00pm CT 8:00pm CT

5:00pm Tuesday, December 29 5:00pm Kennesaw State at North Carolina 2:00pm 9Stetson vs.American/Buffalo 5:30pm 7:05pm 1:00pm Bethune-Cookman at FGCU 1:30pm 3:00pm Wednesday, December 30 5:00pm Presbyterian at USC Upstate 3:00pm Jacksonville at Florida 4:30pm Winston-Salem State at Campbell 5:45pm 7:00pm 7:00pm CT Mercer at Winthrop Belmont at Tennessee State 7:00pm CT

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2009-10 Women’s Basketball Composite Schedule Thursday, December 31 ETSU at North Carolina UNF at Miami

Friday, January 8 *Belmont at Lipscomb

Monday, January 11 *Belmont at Lipscomb

5:00pm 5:00pm CT 5:15pm CT 5:30pm 7:00pm 7:05pm

Thursday, February 11 *Lipscomb at USC Upstate *Stetson at UNF *Kennesaw State at Campbell *Mercer at ETSU Saturday, February 13 *Mercer at Campbell *Stetson at Jacksonville *Kennesaw State at ETSU *Belmont at USC Upstate *FGCU at UNF

Saturday, February 27 *ETSU at Jacksonville Noon *Mercer at Lipscomb 1:00pm CT *Stetson at USC Upstate 3:00pm *Kennesaw State at Belmont 5:00pm CT *Campbell at UNF 7:00pm Wednesday, March 3 Atlantic Sun Championship Quarterfinal 1 TBA Atlantic Sun Championship Quarterfinal 2 TBA Thursday, March 4 Atlantic Sun Championship Quarterfinal 3 TBA Atlantic Sun Championship Quarterfinal 4 TBA

Friday, March 5 Atlantic Sun Championship Semifinal 1 TBA 1:00pm CT Atlantic Sun Championship Semifinal 2 TBA 2:00pm CT 3:00pm Saturday, March 6 5:00pm Atlantic Sun Championship Final TBA 7:30 pm 5FGCU at Longwood Tournament TBA Sunday, March 7 5:00pm 5FGCU at Longwood Tournament TBA 7:00pm CT 7:00pm CT Legend * - Atlantic Sun Conference match 1 – NAU Thanksgiving Classic (Flagstaff,Ariz.) 5:00pm 2 – Waikiki Beach Marriott Rainbow Wahine Classic 5:30pm (Manoa, Hawaii) 7:00pm 3 – Preseason WNIT (Fort Myers, Fla.) 7:00pm 4 – FGCU Thanksgiving Classic (Fort Myers, Fla.) 5 – Longwood Tournament (Farmville,Va.) 6 – Chattanooga Classic (Chattanooga,Tenn.) 1:00pm 7 – Morehead State Classic (Morehead, Ky.) 1:00pm 8 – Hampton Inn Lady Osprey Holiday Classic 1:30pm (Jacksonville, Fla.) 4:30pm 9 – Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) 4:30pm

Monday, February 15 *FGCU at Jacksonville

5:00pm

Thursday, February 18 *UNF at Mercer *Jacksonville at Kennesaw State *Lipscomb at FGCU *Belmont at Stetson *ETSU at Campbell

1:00pm 5:00pm 5:15pm 5:30pm 7:00pm

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Thursday, January 21 *Campbell at Belmont *ETSU at Lipscomb *USC Upstate at UNF *Mercer at Stetson *Kennesaw State at FGCU

1:00pm 1:00pm 1:30pm 3:00pm 4:30pm

Monday, February 8 *USC Upstate at Mercer *Jacksonville at Lipscomb *UNF at Belmont

5:00pm 5:15pm 5:30pm

5:00pm 5:00pm CT 5:15pm CT 5:30pm 7:00pm

WOMEN’S HISTORY

Monday, January 18 *UNF at Jacksonville

4:45pm 5:00pm 5:30pm 5:45pm 7:00pm

4:45pm 5:00pm 5:00pm 5:45pm 7:00pm

Thursday, February 25 *Campbell at Jacksonville *Mercer at Belmont *Kennesaw State at Lipscomb *ETSU at UNF *FGCU at USC Upstate

7:00pm

WOMEN’S TEAMS

Thursday, January 14 *Stetson at ETSU *Lipscomb at Jacksonville *Belmont at UNF *FGCU at Campbell *Mercer at USC Upstate Saturday, January 16 *Belmont at Jacksonville *Stetson at Campbell *FGCU at ETSU *Kennesaw State at USC Upstate *Lipscomb at UNF

1:00pm 1:00pm 1:30pm 3:00pm 5:00pm

Monday, February 22 *USC Upstate at ETSU

WOMEN’S A-SUN INFO

Saturday, January 9 *ETSU at Mercer *Jacksonville at FGCU *UNF at Stetson *USC Upstate at Lipscomb *Campbell at Kennesaw State

4:45pm 5:00pm 5:00pm CT 5:15pm 7:00pm

Saturday, February 20 *UNF at Kennesaw State Noon *Jacksonville at Mercer 1:00pm *USC Upstate at Campbell 1:00pm *Lipscomb at Stetson 3:00pm *Belmont at FGC¬¬¬U 7:30pm

MEN’S HISTORY

Thursday, January 7 *Campbell at Mercer *ETSU at Kennesaw State *USC Upstate at Belmont *UNF at FGCU *Jacksonville at Stetson

Wednesday, January 27 *Campbell at ETSU *Kennesaw State at Mercer *Lipscomb at Belmont *Stetson at FGCU 4:30pm *Jacksonville at UNF 5:00pm 5:00pm CT Saturday, January 30 5:15pm CT *Belmont at Campbell 5:30pm *Stetson at Mercer 7:00pm *Lipscomb at ETSU *UNF at USC Upstate *FGCU at Kennesaw State 5:00pm 5:00pm Monday, February 1 5:00pm CT *Belmont at ETSU 6:05pm *FGCU at Mercer 7:00pm *Stetson at Kennesaw State *Lipscomb at Campbell *Jacksonville at USC Upstate 5:15pm CT Thursday, February 4 *Mercer at Kennesaw State 1:00pm *ETSU at FGCU 2:05pm *Campbell at Stetson 2:00pm 4:00pm CT Saturday, February 6 5:00pm *UNF at Lipscomb *Jacksonville at Belmont *ETSU at Stetson 5:15pm CT *USC Upstate at Kennesaw State *Campbell at FGCU

1:00pm 1:00pm CT 2:00pm CT 3:00pm 7:05pm

MEN’S TEAMS

Monday, January 4 *ETSU at USC Upstate *Kennesaw State at Jacksonville *Stetson at Belmont *FGCU at Lipscomb *Mercer at UNF Longwood at Campbell

1:00pm 1:00pm CT 2:00pm CT 4:30pm 4:30pm

Saturday, January 23 *USC Upstate at Jacksonville *Campbell at Lipscomb *ETSU at Belmont *Kennesaw State at Stetson *Mercer at FGCU

MEN’S A-SUN INFO

Saturday, January 2 *Mercer at Jacksonville *Stetson at Lipscomb *FGCU at Belmont *Campbell at USC Upstate *Kennesaw State at UNF

2:00pm 2:00pm

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