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Bluefield College Women’s Basketball 2012-13 | Game 27

Bluefield College Rams (15-11), (8-10 MSC)

VS.

Cumberlands Patriots (17-10), (10-8 MSC)

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BLUEFIELD RAMS SCHEDULE/RESULTS

Feb. 21, 2012 | Dome Gymnasium (800) - Bluefield, Va.| 6 p.m.

The Matchup The Bluefield women’s basketball team will look to square the season series, as Cumberlands won the first matchup of the year, 7364 in Kentucky. Teqa McNeal paced the Rams with 22 points, followed by 15 from Janee Simmons. Ashley White and Monique Robson also added 11 and 10 for the game. However, five Patriots tallied double-digit totals en route to the victory. Dace Bicane led the way with 17, followed by Vernisha Moss (14), Ashley Mullins (13), Jackie Alexander (12) and Jessica Upchurch (10).

NOVEMBER 2 Virginia Intermont W, 82-59 3 Allen (SC) W, 84-48 7 Bluefield State (WV) W, 73-64 10 at Mt. Vernon Naz. (OH) W, 69-43 15 (6) Georgetown (KY) * W, 83-73 17 St. Catharine’s (KY) * W, 64-50 18 at Radford (VA) Exhibition 20 at (22) Bethel (TN) * L, 60-73 25 at High Point (NC) Exhibition 29 at (RV) Cumberland (TN) * L, 40-81 Back at Home After splitting their Mid-South Conference games last weekend, DECEMBER the Rams return to the Dome Gymnasium, where they hold an 9-2 1 at (18) Cumberlands (KY) * L, 64-73 record this season. This includes a win over then No. 6 Georgetown 4 Virginia U. - Lynchburg Exhibition (Nov. 15). 6 at Virginia Intermont W, 83-78 9 at Allen (SC) W, 71-31 Reliable Offense 15 at Newport News Apprentice W, 84-52 The Rams currently rank 13th in the country in Field Goal 16 at Virginia U. - Lynchburg Exhibition Percentage, at 43.0 %. This has led to an average of 71.4 points per game, the programs highest points per game average according to JANUARY records dating back to the 2003-04 season. 3 UVA-Wise (VA) * W, 64-47 5 Pikeville (KY) * W, 79-54 Balanced Attack 10 at Lindsey Wilson (KY) * L, 76-86 While Teqa McNeal leads the squad with 17.7 points per game, 12 at (10) Campbellsville (KY) * L, 70-87 three other Rams are averaging double-digit point totals this year: 17 at Rio Grande (OH) * W, 84-81 Ashley White (16.6), Janee Simmons (11.2) and Monique Robson 19 at (20) Shawnee State (OH) * L, 82-89 (10.5). No BC women’s basketball team, dating back to the 2003-04 24 (10) Campbellsville (KY) * L, 61-70 season, has had four players end the year averaging double-digits. 27 (RV) Lindsey Wilson(KY) * W, 70-61 31 at Pikeville (KY) * L, 80-88 ***PINK GAME*** FEBRUARY 2 at UVA-Wise (VA) * L, 60-68 Cumberlands................... Team Comparison..........Bluefield College 7 (21) Shawnee State (OH) * L, 52-70 17-10 (10-8 MSC)...........................Record........................ 15-11 (8-10 MSC) 9 Rio Grande (OH) * W, 80-70 42.7 %............................................ Field Goal %..............................................43.0 % 14 at (RV) St. Catharine’s (KY) * W, 71-68 35.6 %.........................................Opponent FG %...................................... 40.2 % 16 at (19) Georgetown (KY) * L, 72-84 33.2 %.............................................. 3-Pt. FG %............................................ 30.3 % 21 Cumberlands (KY) * 6 p.m. 73.2 %...........................................Free Throw %........................................ 65.9 % 23 (6) Cumberland (TN) * 2 p.m. 38.3 ........................................... Rebound Average......................................... 39.7 30.6...........................................Opp. Rebound Avg......................................... 38.5 All times EST and subject to change 67.3............................................. Points Per Game........................................... 71.4 Home games in bold 56.4.................................... Points Allowed Per Game.................................. 67.2 Mid-South Conference games *


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2012-13 Bluefield College Women’s Basketball

Name Pos. Tempestt Lewis G Ashley White G Maryah Mazyck G Celinda Arrington G Janee Simmons F Monique Robson G/F Pip Pattison G Bria Moore G Alexis Allen G Tequila McNeal G Megan Tennant F

Ht. 5-4 5-3 5-8 5-4 5-11 5-10 5-6 5-8 5-5 5-6 5-9

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

Hometown/Previous School Pemberton, N.J./Pemberton Township HS Philadelphia, Pa./Brewton Parker College Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Christian Academy Long Beach, Calif./Bellflower HS Orangeburg, S.C./Florida A&M Harrisburg, N.C./Hickory Ridge HS Radford, Va./Radford Richmond, Va./Banner Christian School Beckley, W. Va./Woodrow Wilson HS Columbia, S.C./Spartanburg Methodist Avery, N.C./Avery HS

Head Coach: Melissa “MJ” Baker (2nd season) Assistant Coach: Jessica Brokaw (5th season) Fact File: Bluefield College Location...............................Bluefield, Va. Founded...............................................1922 Nickname............................................ Rams President.......................... Dr. David Olive Enrollment:............................................850 Athletic Director:.................Peter Dryer Fact File: Cumberlands Location......................Williamsburg, Ky. Founded...............................................1887 Nickname....................................... Patriots President....................... Dr. James Taylor Enrollment:........................................1,750 Athletic Director:........... Randy Vernon

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Cumberlands..................Statistical Leaders............Bluefield College D. Bicane (12.4 ppg)......................Points......................T. McNeal (17.6 ppg) D. Bicane (8.1 rpg)......................Rebounds.................... J. Simmons (8.8 rpg) J. Herman (3.3 apg)....................... Assists.......................... A. White (4.9 apg) J. Upchurch (0.5 bpg).....................Blocks......................J. Simmons (1.4 bpg) D. Bicane (1.7 spg).......................... Steals.......................... T. McNeal (2.0 spg) A. Mullins (61.4 %).................. Field Goal %................ J. Simmons (51.0 %) J. Alexander (39.0 %)............... 3-Pt. FG %..................... T. McNeal (32.1 %) A. Forsythe (88.5 %)..............Free Throw %................M. Robson (73.7 %)

2012-13 Cumberlands Women’s Basketball

Name Pos. Jessica Upchurch G Jill Herman G/F A’jaee Foster PG Julie Haye F Stephanie Salyers F/C Thali Rodrigues G Dace Bicane F Jackie Alexander G Vernisha Moss F/C Brooke Forsythe C Erica Lane G Ashley Mullins F/C

Ht. 5-8 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-1 5-7 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-3 5-7 6-2

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

Head Coach: Melissa Irvin (16th season) Asst. Coaches: Doug Carter (2nd season) Tim Beauregard (1st season)

Hometown/Previous School Stanford, Ky./Lincoln County HS Powell, Tenn./Roane State CC Fontana, Calif./Summit HS Dixon, Ill./Illinois Valley CC Somerset, Ky./Morehead State Malmo, Sweden/Malmo Latin Riga, Latvia/Vincennes University Brodhead, KY/West Point Nassau Bahamas/Oklahoma Science & Arts Brunswick, Ohio/American University Knoxville, Tenn./Southeast Missouri Totz, Ky./Harlan Ind. HS


[Notes] Women's Basketball vs. Cumberlands - Feb. 21, 6 p.m.