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Edinboro Women’s Basketball 2007-08

2007-08 Edinboro University of Pa. Women’s Basketball Table of Contents

General Information Loc at ion ...................................................................... Edinboro, PA Founded ................................................................................ 1857 Enrollment ............................................................................ 7,800 Nickname .................................................................. Fighting Scots Colors .......................................................................... Red & White A rena .................................................. McComb Fieldhouse (3,500) A f filiat ion ............................................................................ NCAA II Conference ..............................................Pennsylvania State Athletic President ........................................................ Dr. Jeremy D. Brown A t hletic s Direc tor ............................................ Bruce Baumgartner A t hletic Dept . Phone ............................................ (814) 732-1823 Head Coach .............................................. Stan Swank (Purdue ‘76) Rec ord at Edinboro ...................................... 342-219, 20 years Career Record ................................................ 342-219, 20 years Of fice Phone .......................................................... (814) 732-1826 A ssist ant Coach .................................... Callie Iorfido (Edinboro ‘06) Of fice Phone ............................................................(814) 732-1827 Direct or of Spor ts Informat ion ...................................... Bob Shreve Of fic e Phone .................................................... (814) 732-1834 Home Phone ...................................................... (814) 833-3379 F ax .................................................................... (814) 732-2596 E-Mail ...................................................... rshreve@edinboro.edu SID Mailing A ddress .................................. 108 McComb Fieldhouse 455 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444 Int ernet A ddress ...................................... www.gofightingscots.com 2006–07 Record .................................................................. 14-14 PSA C W est Rec ord/ Finish ................................................ 6-6/4th Let ter w inners Ret urning/ Lost .................................................. 7/2 Star ters Returning/ Lost ............................................................4/1 Ret urning A ll-PSA C ................................................................none

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Coaching Staff Head Coach Stan Swank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 Assistant Coach Callie Iorfido . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Team Information & Player Profiles Quick Facts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2007-08 Preview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 Jen Boykin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Rachel Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Rae Sherred . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Kim Mardis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Jessica Trotter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Kelsey Conklin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Samantha Reimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Janine McDonald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Casey Heller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Brittany Csatlos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Kelcie Hellmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Kelly Lewis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Kayla O’Brien . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 2007-08 Roster/Roster Breakdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 2007-08 Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Back Cover

Season Review 2006-07 in Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 2006-07 Results & Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 The PSAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22-23 2006-07 Box Scores . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24-30 Kelly Calderone Completes Career . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30

History All-Time Coaches Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Year-By-Year Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Edinboro in 100-Point Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Individual & Team Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Career Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34-35 Season Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36-37 1,000-Point Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-39 Yearly Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-41 All-Time Scores . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42-45 All-Time vs. Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Edinboro’s All-Americans & Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 PSAC Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 All-Time Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Edinboro in the NCAA Division II Playoffs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48

Edinboro University Edinboro University Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IBC President Dr. Jeremy Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .IBC

Credits The 2007-08 Edinboro University Women’s Basketball Media Guide was written and designed by the EUP Sports Information Department, Bob Shreve, Director, with assistance from graduate assistant Jake Sekel. Photography by Mike Gallagher, Bob Wheeler, Bruce Bennett, Dave Medvec, and Dave Miller.

On the c over: Front Row (L-R): Jen Boykin, Rae Sherred, and Samantha Reimer, Back Row (L-R): Kelsey Conklin and Rachel Johnson.

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2007-08 Season Preview Swank Looks for Winning Season with New Point Guard at the Helm There’s a twinkle in Stan Swank’s eyes

as he talks about his 2007-08 women’s basketball team. The veteran Edinboro University coach openly admits that he’s an optimist. But he has a special feeling about this year’s team. Maybe it’s the seven returning letterwinners, or the group of youngsters he brought in. It could be the athleticism and versatility he sees in his young squad. Or maybe it’s as simple as having a true point guard. Throughout Swanks’ 20-year tenure, he has had standout point guards. The list goes on and on, including Meghan Miller, Courtney Thompson, Andrea Martre, and current assistant coach Callie Iorfido. A year ago, however, he was forced to play shooting guards Kelly Calderone and Samantha Reimer at the point. Both made valiant efforts, but it impacted Calderone’s scoring ability, and it was tough enough for a freshman like Reimer to start, let alone convert to the point. Replacing Calderone certainly won’t be easy. The three-time All-PSAC West selection led Edinboro in scoring each of her three seasons as a Fighting Scot, including 18.3 ppg. last season. She concluded her career with 1,460 points, good for fourth all-time. “We have four of our top five leading scor-

Samantha Reimer averaged 13.1 ppg. with 80 assists as a freshman.

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ers back,” Swank pointed out. “We have a good nucleus returning. Losing Kelly’s 18 ppg. is tough, but we still have about 41 ppg. coming back from people who started last year. I think there’s a great nucleus. It was amazing we won 14 games last year without a true point guard. Now it’s one of our brightest spots. We have a couple excellent point guards.” The reason for Swank’s optimism is Brittany Csatlos, a third team All-State selection a year ago. The 5’5” freshman epitomizes the true point guard, bringing back memories of Iorfido with her vision and court awareness. Her former high school teammate at Sharon High School, Janine McDonald, proved she is more than capable of playing the point last year in practice while redshirting. Including McDonald, a redshirt freshman, the 2007-08 roster has five freshmen and three sophomores. Several of the freshmen are expected to play key roles, and two of the sophomores – Kelsey Conklin and Reimer – combined to average just over 25 ppg. a year ago. The two played a key role in helping the Fighting Scots finish with a 14-14 record and reach the PSAC Playoffs for the fifth straight year and seventh time in the last eight years. Obviously, the youth has to be of concern to Swank. “We’re young in a lot of ways,” he admitted. “They’re going to play a lot of key roles. That can be a good and a bad thing.” Another concern is rebounding, an age-old problem for the Fighting Scots. “Rebounding will be a key, key issue for us,” Swank pointed out. “It is every year. Kelsey does a very good job. If our other post players and forwards rebound, we’ll be in good shape. “I think we’ll be good offensively. We have the ability to score a lot of different ways. Last year we leaned a lot on Kelly. At times the other kids stood back and watched. Now everybody on the floor will have the ability to score.” Swank sees the versatility and athleticism leading to a more aggressive defensive approach. “Defensively we should be able to attack more because of our athleticism. We’ll be able to use more presses, more traps.” If the youth isn’t enough to overcome, Swank has assembled a schedule that will force his team to grow up in a hurry. “I think our schedule is very difficult,” he stressed. “We have a tough start. We’re away the entire month of December. That will be a monumental chore. With the exception of our first game, every game is against a Division II opponent. We picked up Gannon and Mercyhurst, and both games are away. We play West Liberty twice and go to Charleston. The PSAC West looks extremely strong. California and IUP are very strong. Shippensburg is always good. Clarion returns every player. Lock Haven has a new coach and eight new players. Slippery

Rock only won three conference games, but beat us twice last year.” It all starts for Edinboro on Saturday, November 17, as the Fighting Scots host Temple Baptist. That will be the last time Fighting Scot fans see their team at McComb Fieldhouse until January 5. In all, Edinboro has eight straight games on the road after the opener, including a pair of PSAC crossover doubleheaders at Millersville and West Chester and at Kutztown and East Stroudsburg. Throw in the games at Gannon, who was 25-6 and finished first in the GLIAC South Division last year, and Mercyhurst, along with games at West Liberty (21-10) and Charleston (23-8), and that eightgame stretch can only be described as “brutal”. Here’s a look at the 2007-08 Fighting Scots, position-by-position:

BACKCOURT The guard position features a ton of depth, but it all begins with Brittany Csatlos. The 5’5” freshman enjoyed an outstanding career at Sharon(Pa.) High School, capped by her selection as a third team Associated Press All-State performer. Csatlos averaged 16.7 ppg., 8.0 rpg., 8.2 assists, and 6.2 steals as a senior, leading the Tigers to the Class AAA Western Semifinals and a 23-6 record. She finished her career with 1,697 points. More importantly, she provides the Fighting Scots with a true point guard. “Brittany runs the point,” beamed Swank. “She is beyond her years. She doesn’t play like a freshman. Brittany is a great passer with really good vision and court awareness. Plus, she can score.” Edinboro will be able to give opponents a double-dose of the Sharon Tigers, as teammate Janine McDonald will once again team with Csatlos. McDonald, 5’7”, redshirted a year ago, but showed plenty in practice. “Janine will play the two,” noted Swank. “What’s nice is they’ve played together. Janine is an excellent, excellent player. She is very good offensively.” McDonald averaged 14.5 ppg. and 7.9 rpg as a senior in 2005-06 at Sharon, with the Tigers finishing 28-2 and reached the Class AA quarterfinals. She played her freshman and senior years as Sharon, and her sophomore and junior campaigns at Warren(OH) Harding High School. Samantha Reimer started 20 games a year ago while finishing as the second-leading scorer. She averaged 13.1 ppg. while finishing second on the team with 80 assists. The 5’6” sophomore showed an ability to get to the free throw line, making 121 of 158 (76.6 percent). She also made 35 of 116 three-pointers. Swank feels Reimer’s game will improve

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2007-08 Season Preview since she won’t be expected to share ballhandling duties. “We know she can score,” Swank commented. “She really worked hard and got in tremendous shape.” No fewer than five other players will look for playing time in the backcourt. Jen Boykin is the lone returnee in that group. The 5’6” senior came along a year ago, and is recognized as an excellent defensive performer. She played in all 28 games, scoring 31 points and pulling down 28 rebounds. “Jen is tremendous defensively,” stated Swank. “She has developed a little bit in terms of scoring. She gives us depth.” Casey Heller is a 5’7” sophomore who hails from nearby Meadville High School and played her freshman season at Glenville State. “Casey has been a nice preseason surprise,” admitted Swank. “She’s worked real hard. She runs well, and she brings the ability to shoot the three, plus she’s physical. She’s a strong, hard-nosed player.” Heller played in 30 games for a Glenville State team that was 33-3 a year ago. She averaged 1.8 ppg. while playing eight minutes per game. She scored 1,095 career points at Meadville. Another player who has been a surprise is Kelly Lewis, a 5’6” freshman from nearby General McLane High School. Lewis helped lead the Lancers, coached by former Edinboro standout Meghan Meabon-Miller, to their firstever PIAA playoff berth. She averaged 10.7 ppg. “Kelly is young, but she is going to be really good,” predicted Swank. “She’s another player who has surprised us. She may be better than what we thought. She shoots the three, she’s a hard-nosed, tough kid, and she has good speed.” Those same attributes apply to another freshman, Kayla O’Brien. The 5’7” guard from Notre Dame Cathedral Latin(OH) High School was an honorable mention All-State choice as a junior after averaging 11.0 ppg. Last, but not least, there is Kelcie Hellmer, who provides Swank with a nice option given she is 6 feet tall. The freshman from Jefferson Area(OH) High School can play either guard or forward. She is a little raw, but she has the ability to shoot the three and also can rebound. Hellmer is a versatile athlete who was also a standout in volleyball and track. After averaging 13.3 ppg. as a junior, she was limited to ten games a year ago and averaged 7.2 ppg. “Kelcie needs to get stronger and get experience,” Swank noted. “She has the ability to shoot the three and has long arms. She will be a nice player.”

FRONTCOURT While the backcourt is loaded with youth and inexperience, the frontcourt has plenty of veteran players. Rae Sherred and Rachel Johnson are two of only three seniors on the team. Sherred is 5’9” and could also play in

the backcourt if needed. She has improved each year, including last season when she was the fourth-leading scorer at 9.3 ppg. Sherred was Edinboro’s top three-point threat in 2006-07, making 49 of 166. She was one of three players to start all 28 games. “Rae has the ability to play inside or outside,” commented Swank. “She’s an intelligent player and very strong. She can shoot the three, and is an intense competitor.” Johnson emerged as a big-minutes player a year ago, and in particular displayed an ability to play defense. After seeing limited action her first two years and scoring just 62 points, the thin 5’11” senior averaged 27 minutes per game while starting 24 contests. Johnson averaged 7.5 ppg. and was second on the team in rebounding (5.5 rpg.). She shot 55.3 percent from the floor, good for third all-time at Edinboro. “Last year Rachel got a lot of experience,” stated Swank. “She will give us a great deal of experience up front. She is very quick, and a good defensive player.” The future of the frontcourt is also the present in Kelsey Conklin. Swank noted a year ago that he thought the college game would be more to Conklin’s liking, and she quickly proved him correct. An athletic 6’1” sophomore who runs the floor extremely well, Conklin finished as the third-leading scorer (12.0 ppg.) and leading rebounder (7.5 rpg.). She shot a solid 46.0 percent from the floor and was second on the team in steals with 71. Conklin showed the ability to put up some big numbers, including 27 points and 12 rebounds against Shippensburg, and 20 rebounds vs. Charleston(WV). “Kelsey was one of the top two freshmen in the conference last year, really second only to Lauren Beckley at Shippensburg,” Swank pointed out. “She had a great freshman year. The college game really fits her. She has the potential to be even better.” To date, Edinboro’s two post players, Kim Mardis and Jessica Trotter, have had their moments, but are still works in progress. Swank feels they may hold the key to a big year. “If both are in good condition, they can be a big help,” he stressed. “They need to become more consistent. If they can improve, they can provide big minutes.” Mardis is a 6’4” junior who averaged 1.3 ppg. and 2.4 rpg. while playing in 27 games and averaging just over eight minutes per contest. Despite the limited minutes, she blocked a team-high 28 points. Swank hopes she can have more games like the contest at Shippensburg last year, when she had four rebounds and seven blocked shots in just 12 minutes. Trotter is a 6’5” junior who played in 22 games, scoring 10 points and pulling down 26 rebounds. She got off to a slow start due to an injury.

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PSAC Western Division Preseason Poll PSAC Overall Record Record

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Indiana(Pa.) California(Pa.) Edinbor o Shippensburg Clarion Slippery Rock Lock Haven

9-3 8-4 6-6 7-5 4-8 3-9 5-7

24-9 21-10 14-14 17-11 9-17 9-17 12-15

PSAC Eastern Division Preseason Poll PSAC Overall Record Record

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

East Stroudsburg West Chester Millersville Kutztown Bloomsburg Mansfield Cheyney

11-1 9-3 8-4 5-7 3-9 6-6 0-12

25-4 15-13 17-11 9-17 7-20 13-14 4-22

Rae Sherred led Edinboro with 49 three-pointers while averaging 9.3 ppg.

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Head Coach Stan Swank 21st Year Purdue ‘76

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defeat, ending the Boro’s season at 21-10. The 21 wins represented the most since 23 wins in 1997-98. Three years ago Swank's Fighting Scots posted their second straight 18-10 ledger, finishing fourth in the PSAC West. Edinboro jumped out to a 14-2 record, capped by an eight-game winning streak. The year before Edinboro surprised the rest of the PSAC by going 18-10 to finish third in the PSAC West. Three of the losses came to national champion California(Pa.), along with setbacks to nationally-ranked West Texas A&M and Emporia State. After enduring just his fourth losing season in 2001-02 with a 12-14 record, Swank guided his 2002-03 edition to a 16-12 record. Picked to finish fifth in the preseason coaches poll, the Fighting Scots tied for third to return to postseason action. In 2000-01, Swank led a young outfit which had to replace Jessica Rowe and Marin Hightower to a surprising 17-10 finish. The veteran coach employed a variety of tactics to take advantage of his entire roster, including inserting his entire second team enmasse for the starters. The Scots qualified for the PSAC Tournament. Despite a losing record in 1999-2000 (13-14), the Fighting Scots reached the PSAC Tournament. Swank came to Edinboro in 1987 after an outstanding career as head coach at Parkland (IL) Junior College, where he recorded an impressive 104-20 overall mark. His first Edinboro squad finished 14-11 overall, barely missing the PSAC playoffs. Building off the previous year's success, the 1988-89 team captured the PSAC Western Division crown, compiling a 21-6 overall record. Swank was chosen PSAC West Coach of the Year as the program won 20 games for the first time in nearly a decade. The Scots repeated as PSAC West champions in 1989-90 and won the PSAC tournament for the first time ever. Edinboro also advanced to the NCAA Division II national tournament, winning its first NCAA playoff game in history to advance to the Sweet 16. The team finished with a school-record 27 wins, and Swank was named PSAC West Coach of the Year for the second straight season. Swank's 1991-92 team finished 22-8 overall and was the PSAC runner-up. The Scots also made another appearance in the NCAA national tournament. The Fighting Scots again finished second in the PSAC in '9293 and appeared in the national tournament for the third time in four years. After a two-year hiatus, Swank's 1995-96 team returned to the postseason, as the Scots finished 15-13 overall. Edinboro beat PSAC

ow in his 21st season, Stan Swank has brought a winning tradition to Edinboro University. The winningest coach in Fighting Scot women's basketball history, Swank has had 15 winning seasons during his 20-year tenure while compiling a 342-219 overall mark. He is currently tied for 26th among active Division II coaches in wins with 342. Swank and West Chester coach Deirdre Kane have been at their respective PSAC schools longer than any other coaches in the conference. Edinboro women's basketball has enjoyed eight 20-win seasons, with Swank directing the Fighting Scots to six of those. All told, six of his Fighting Scot editions have reached the NCAA Division II playoffs, with Edinboro qualifying for the PSAC postseason tournament fourteen times. On seven of those occasions the Fighting Scots have advanced to the championship game, winning the PSAC title in 1989-90. In the NCAA Division II Tournament, Swank has guided Edinboro to the Final 32 twice, the Sweet 16 and the Elite Eight. Year Record Pct. A year ago the Fighting Scots fin1987-88 14-11 .560 ished with a 14-14 record and fin1988-89 21-6 .778 ished fourth in the PSAC West 1989-90 27-3 .900 despite featuring a starting five that 1990-91 8-19 .296 included two freshmen. The PSAC 1991-92 22-8 .733 playoff appearance was Edinboro’s 1992-93 18-12 .600 10th in the last 12 years. 1993-94 10-15 .400 The 2005-06 Edinboro edition 1994-95 15-11 .577 added to Swank’s legacy. The 1995-96 15-13 .536 Fighting Scots advanced to the PSAC 1996-97 24-9 .750 Championship game for the first time 1997-98 23-8 .742 since the 1997-98 season, winning 1998-99 16-10 .616 playoff contests over Indiana(Pa.) 1999-00 13-14 .481 and Kutztown. Edinboro met 2000-01 17-10 .630 California(Pa.) in the title game, and 2001-02 12-14 .461 battled the defending champions 2002-03 16-12 .571 down to the wire before the Vulcans 2003-04 18-10 .643 hit four free throws in the final seven 2004-05 18-10 .643 seconds for a 63-59 win. 2005-06 21-10 .677 Edinboro advanced to the NCAA 2006-07 14-14 .500 Playoffs for the first time since that 20 Seasons 342-219 .610 1997-98 campaign. Charleston(WV) handed the Fighting Scots a 71-62

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PSAC West Record 6-6 (4th) 10-2 (1st) 11-1 (1st) 1-11 (7th) 8-4 (2nd) 9-3 (2nd) 1-11 (7th) 7-5 (3rd) 6-6 (4th) 10-2 (T1st) 9-3 (2nd) 5-7 (5th) 6-6 (4th) 7-5 (4th) 4-8 (T5th) 6-6 (T3rd) 6-6 (4th) 5-7 (4th) 7-5 (3rd) 6-6 (4th)

Highlights PSAC West Champs/PSAC Runner-up NCAA Qualifier/PSAC Champions NCAA Qualifier/PSAC Runner-up NCAA Qualifier/PSAC Runner-up PSAC Tournament NCAA Elite 8 Qualifier/PSAC Runner-up NCAA Qualifier/PSAC Runner-up PSAC Tournament PSAC Tournament PSAC Tournament PSAC Tournament PSAC Tournament PSAC Run ner-up/NCAA Qualifier PSAC Tournament Six NCAA Tournaments/Fourteen PSAC Tournaments/One NCAA Elite Eight

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Head Coach East tri-champion Kutztown in the opening round of the PSAC tournament. Edinboro was the PSAC West co-champion and the PSAC tournament runner-up in 1996-97, with Swank once again earning Coach of the Year honors. The Scots then posted three victories in the NCAA tournament to win the East Regional title and earn a berth in the NCAA Elite Eight. Edinboro finished the year 24-9, the second highest win total in school history. The '97-98 Fighting Scot squad also made a run in the NCAA Playoffs after finishing as the runner-up in the PSAC Tournament. Edinboro defeated the University of Charleston before suffering an 88-78 loss to PSAC-rival Shippensburg in the NCAA's. The Fighting Scots jumped out to a 9-0 start in 1998-99 and were ranked 16th in the USA Today WBCA Division II poll. Ravaged by injuries, Edinboro dropped 10 of its next 17 contests, finishing the year 16-10 and missing the PSAC playoffs. During his tenure Swank has had 40 AllPSAC performers, two PSAC West Rookie of the Year recipients, and seven Kodak All-Americans.

He has received numerous honors, being named the PSAC West Coach of the Year four times and Edinboro University's Coach of the Year twice. Swank played baseball while attending Purdue University and earned his bachelor's degree in Physical Education in 1976. He completed work on his master's degree in Educational Administration at Purdue in 1979. He embarked on his head coaching career at Fisher High School in Illinois, where his boys team compiled a 39-14 record in two seasons. In 1983, he moved on to Parkland Junior College, where his Cobra team won four consecutive sectional championships and finished second twice, and third once, in the NJCAA Region 24. Swank and his wife Gail have two sons, Stan II, 24, and Benjamin, 20, and reside in Edinboro. Gail received her master’s degree in Education Administration from Edinboro and is currently the principal at Corry Middle School. Stan II also graduated from Edinboro with his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. He is currently a commercial pilot. Benjamin is a freshman wide receiver on the football team at Edinboro.

Swank vs. the PSAC Bloomsburg .......................... 8-6 California(Pa.)...................... 21-24 Cheyney ..................................8-0 Clarion ..................................23-19 East Stroudsburg ....................8-0 Indiana(Pa.) ..........................21-22 Kutztown..................................8-0 Lock Haven............................30-13 Mansfield .............................. 9-2 Millersville................................3-5 Shippensburg ........................19-25 Slippery Rock ........................19-22 West Chester ..........................7-4

Winningest Active Division II Coaches By Victories

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

Barbara Stevens, Bentley ..................734 Curt Fredrickson, Northern St. ............632 Nancy Winstel, Northern Kentucky ......559 Tom Shirley, Philadelphia ....................537 Gene Roebuck, North Dakota ............530 Lonnie Bartley, Fort Valley St...............502 David Smith, Bellarmine......................499 Gene Steinmeyer, NW Missouri St.......479 Glen Wilkes Jr., Rollins........................468 David Slifer, Central Missouri St. ........443 Michael McManus, St. Thomas Aquinas 439 Wendy Hedberg, SIU Edwardsville ........436 John Carrick, GC&SU ..........................424 Mary Fleig, Millersville ........................421 Robert Skinner, Albany St.(Ga.) ..........418 Chad Lavin, South Dakota ..................415 Claudette Charney, Hillsdale ..............402 Margaret “Gie” Parsons, Clarion ........379 John Reynolds Jr., Florida Tech............375 Kathy O’Neil, Mass.-Lowell..................365 Lori Ulferts, St. Cloud St.....................360 Juliene Simpson, East Stroudsburg ....356 Dave Krauth, Augustana(SD) ..............355 Deirdre Kane, West Chester................350 Carmen Dolfo, Western Washington......347 STA N SWA NK, EDINBORO..................342 Sherry Winn, Charleston(WV)................342 28. Kelly Kruger, Adams State ..................333 29. Jay Sparks, Columbus State ..............332 30. Lynn Ullom, West Liberty State ..........320

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Assistant Coach Callie Iorfido 1st Year Edinboro ‘06

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ormer Fighting Scot standout Callie Iorfido was named Stan Swank’s assistant coach this past September. It marks the first coaching position for Iorfido. “I am so excited to have such an extraordinary person return to our program,” related Swank upon her hiring. “Callie was a great player during her days at Edinboro and will now return to impart her knowledge of the game to our players. It is very exciting that she has an understanding of our system both on and off the court. She will know first hand about the PSAC and what it takes to be successful in the Western Division. “Ultimately, she will be a spectacular role model as a former great player and as an excellent student,” Swank continued. “It will be exciting to have her involved in the recruitment of future players. She will be a huge asset having played and gone to school here. She is the prime example of ‘Great Things Happen Here’!” Iorfido, a native of Ambridge, PA, played for the Fighting Scots from 2002-06, and ranks as one of the all-time greatest players in Edinboro history. She became Edinboro’s sixth Kodak/WBCA All-American, and first since 1999-00, as she earned honorable mention All-American honors. That capped a brilliant senior season in which she was named the PSAC West Athlete of the Year and was a first team All-PSAC West selection. In addition, she was selected as the Nancy Acker Award winner in 2006. The 5’5” guard finished as Edinboro’s second-leading scorer at 12.5 ppg. as a senior, and also added 5.1 rpg. More importantly, she set a school record with 249 assists while turning the ball over just 89 times.

She led the PSAC in both assists and steals, finishing with 95 in the latter category. Edinboro had had just one triple-double in its history prior to 200506, when Iorfido accomplished the fete twice. The first came against Seton Hill (20 points, 11 rebounds, 14 assists), followed by 29 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists in her final home appearance vs. Shippensburg. As a junior, Iorfido earned second team All-PSAC West accolades after averaging 10.4 ppg. and handing out 225 assists, along with recording 91 steals. The assists ranks third all-time. She led the Fighting Scots to a 21-10 record that season, along with the team’s first berth in the NCAA Division II Playoffs since 1998. Iorfido likely ranks at the top in a long line of standout point guards at Edinboro. While not taking over as the starter until her junior season, she concluded her career with 682 assists, despite missing the final seven games of the 2003-04 campaign due to an injury. That figure is second all-time in the PSAC. In addition, Iorfido finished with 283 career steals, a figure which ranks fourth all-time at Edinboro. She fell just shy of reaching 1,000 points for her career, finishing with 932. The Iorfido name has made quite an impact in Edinboro athletics. Her father Rich was a standout linebacker for the Edinboro football team from 1970-72, and was inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame in April 2007. Younger sister Mandie is a senior catcher on the softball team, and is a two-time All-PSAC West performer. A native of Ambridge, PA, Iorfido received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education in December 2006, along with a minor in Coaching. She graduated with a 3.46 GPA.

All-Time Coaches Records CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER

oach Co Judy Sauer Kathleen Lipkovich Monica Pellman Stan Swank Tot als - 4 Head Coaches

Years 1966-80 1980-83 1983-87 1987-present 1966-2007

Seasons 14 3 4 20 41

Games 228 69 99 561 957

W 160 28 43 342 573

Years 1987-present 1966-80 1983-87 1980-83

W 342 160 43 28

L 219 68 56 41

P c t. .610 .702 .434 .406

W 160 342 43 28

L 68 219 56 41

P c t. .702 .610 .434 .406

L 68 41 56 219 384

P c t. .702 .406 .434 .610 .599

BY WINS Coac h Stan Swank Judy Sauer Monica Pellman Kathleen Lipkovich

BY WINNING PERCENTAGE Coac h Judy Sauer Stan Swank Monica Pellman Kathleen Lipkovich

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2007-08 Fighting Scots

Section Contents Jen Boykin ................................................8 Rachel Johnson ..........................................9 Rae Sherred..............................................10 Kim Mardis ..............................................11 Jessica Trotter ..........................................12 Kelsey Conklin ........................................13 Samantha Reimer ....................................14 Janine McDonald......................................15 Casey Heller ............................................15 Brittany Csatlos........................................16 Kelcie Hellmer ..........................................16 Kelly Lewis ..............................................17 Kayla O’Brien ..........................................17 2007-08 Roster ........................................18 Pronunciation Guide ................................18


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Jen Boykin

Erie, PA

Guard 5’6” Senior Northwest Pa. Collegiate Academy/Central HS

Defensive-minded guard who has developed

Career Highs Points: 5 vs. California(Pa.), 2/24/07; vs. Kutztown, 1/15/05; vs. Bloomsburg, 12/20/04 Rebounds: 4 vs. Lock Haven, 1/27/07 Field Goals Made: 2 vs. California(Pa.), 2/24/07; vs. Cheyney, 1/8/06; vs. Bloomsburg, 12/20/04 Field Goals Attempted: 6 vs. California(Pa.), 2/24/07 3-Pt. Field Goals Made: 1 vs. Indiana(Pa.), 2/27/07; Bloomsburg, 12/20/04 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted: 3 vs. Bloomsburg, 12/20/04 Free Throw s Made: 4 vs. West Chester, 12/3/06 Free Throw s Attempted: 6 vs. West Chester, 12/3/06 Assists: 2 on four occasions Steals: 3 vs. Clarion, 1/29/07 Blocked Shots: 1 vs. California(Pa.), 2/24/07 vs. Bloomsburg, 1/14/07

12 rebounds ... had 8 steals ... had a careerhigh 5 points in win over Kutztown, making her only field goal attempt and 3 of 4 free throws.

her offensive game but is best known for her outstanding defense ... after seeing limited action as a backup at guard in her first two years, became a valuable member of the rotation as a junior ... will provide solid depth in the backcourt ... very good athlete ... a solid athlete and a campus leader.

High School Attended Northwest Pennsylvania Collegiate Academy, which does not offer sports, and played sports at Central High School ... earned four letters in track and three in basketball ... selected to play in 2004 City-County All-Star Game ... team captain as senior and sophomore ... averaged 3.9 ppg. with 21 assists, 29 steals and 12 blocks as a senior ... played in 53 career games, scoring 157 points and pulling down 92 rebounds ... earned numerous medals in track and field.

2006-07 Key reserve in the backcourt who played in all 28 games, with eight starts ... averaged 12 minutes a game, scoring 1.1 ppg. and pulling down 1.0 rpg... had 12 assists and 10 steals ... tied career-high with 5 points at California(Pa.), coming off the bench to play 28 minutes ... added 3 rebounds and a pair of steals ... had career-highs of 4 rebounds against Lock Haven and 3 steals vs. Clarion, and matched career-high of 2 assists with a pair against Central State and earlier California(Pa.) game.

Personal Born January 20, 1985 … full name is Jennifer Marie Boykin … Psychology major … daughter of Cindy and Redus Boykin … cousin of Earl Boykin, professional basketball player with the Denver Nuggets ... personal favorites include spaghetti, Christian music, movie Matrix, book Lion, Witch, and Wardrobe, Marion Jones, North Carolina Tar Heels, San Antonio Spurs, and reading, sports, and playing the keyboard (piano) ... most memorable sports moment is scoring a winning basket in high school and getting the 4X4 record in track; and finding out Edinboro made the NCAA playoffs.

2005-06 Appeared in 19 games as a reserve guard, scoring 11 points and grabbing 10 rebounds ... had 5 assists and a pair of steals ... scored season-high 4 points while playing 14 minutes against Cheyney, making both of her field goal attempts ... had 2 assists against both Alderson-Broaddus and Clarion.

2004-05 Played in 16 games for just under five minutes per game, scoring 14 points and pulling down

Jen Boykin’s Career at Edinboro Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Career

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G-GS 16-0 19-0 28-8 63-8

FG-FGA 4-12 5-12 9-38 18-62

Pct. .333 .417 .237 .290

3FG-3FGA 1-5 0-3 1-12 2-20

Pct. .200 .000 .083 .100

FT-FTA 5-7 1-4 12-24 18-35

Pct. .714 .250 .500 .514

Reb. 12 10 28 50

Avg. 0.8 0.5 1.0 0.8

A 5 5 12 22

TO 8 11 22 41

BL 0 0 2 2

ST 8 2 10 20

PF-D 6-0 12-0 39-0 57-0

Pts. 14 11 31 56

Avg. 0.9 0.6 1.1 0.9

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Rachel Johnson Forward 5’11” Senior Oreland, PA Springfield HS

Much-improved player who was a key front-

court performer a year ago ... will battle for a starting job at forward ... is very quick and runs the floor well, and is a solid defensive performer ... displayed improved offensive skills a year ago ... ranks fifth in career field goal percentage (.509).

2006-07 Started 24 games at forward while appearing in all 28 ... finished as fifth-leading scorer at 7.5 ppg. while ending the year second in rebounding (5.5 rpg.) ... shot a team-leading 55.3 percent from the floor (88 of 159), the third-highest total in school history ... figure also ranked third in the PSAC ... added 39 steals, fourth on the team, and had 10 blocked shots ... led team in scoring once and in rebounding eight times ... scored in double figures ten times and had first career doubledouble against West Liberty with 10 points and a career-high 10 rebounds ... dropped in a career-high 22 points in win over Kutztown, making 8 of 11 field goals, including her second career three-pointer, and 5 of 5 free throws ... added 7 rebounds and matched career-high with 4 steals ... had 15 points (7 of 9 field goals) against Indiana(Pa.), while pulling down 8 rebounds on three occasions.

2005-06 Played in 29 games, with three starts ... averaged 2.0 ppg. and 1.5 rpg. while playing just under ten minutes per game ... shot 46.0 percent from the floor (23 of 50) and was 11 of 15 from the line (73.3 pct.) ... came off the bench against Mercyhurst to match seasonhigh with 6 points in ten minutes, making 2 of 3 field goals and both free throws ... earned

Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Career

G-GS 10-0 29-3 28-24 67-27

FG-FGA 2-13 23-50 88-159 113-222

first career start following that game, starting the next three contests ... had 6 points on two other occasions, against Alderson-Broaddus in season opener, and vs. Cheyney in second career start.

Career Highs

2004-05 Appeared in 10 games for an average of just under five minutes per game ... scored 4 points, had 9 rebounds, and blocked 3 shots ... struggled with her shooting, making 2 of 13 field goals and 0 of 4 free throws ... scored all 4 of her points against Bloomsburg in a season-high 14 minutes, going 2 of 2 from the floor ... added 3 blocks vs. the Huskies ... had a pair of rebounds in six minutes vs. Lock Haven.

High School Played for coach Vince Richardson at Springfield High School ... a two-year starter for the Spartans, and also ran track and field ... averaged 14 points, 12 rebounds and 2 blocks as a senior, after finishing at 9 points, 8 rebounds and a block as a junior ... a first team all-league choice as a senior, and a second team selection her junior year.

Points: 22 vs. Kutztown, 12/20/06 Rebounds: 10 vs. West Liberty State, 12/30/06 Field Goals Made: 8 vs. Kutztown, 12/20/06 Field Goals Attempted: 11 vs. Shippensburg, 2/3/07; vs. Kutztown, 12/20/06 3-Pt. Field Goals Made: 1 vs. Kutztown, 12/20/06; vs. Slippery Rock, 1/25/06 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted: 1 vs. Kutztown, 12/20/06; vs. Slippery Rock, 1/18/06; vs. Mercyhurst, 1/2/06 Free Throws Made: 5 vs. Kutztown, 12/20/06 Free Throws Attempted: 6 vs. Lock Haven, 1/27/07; vs. Slippery Rock, 1/17/07; vs. East Stroudsburg, 12/19/06 Assists: 2 vs. Pitt-Johnstown, 2/18/07; vs. Indiana(Pa.), 2/10/07 Steals: 4 on four occasions Blocks: 2 vs. West Chester, 1/15/06

Personal Born November 12, 1986 … full name is Rachel Dawn Johnson ... majoring in Business Adminstration ... daughter of April and John Whitehead ... personal favorites include macaroni and cheese, R&B music, movie Love & Basketball, book Behind Closed Doors, Michael Jordan, Carmelo Anthony, the Chicago Bulls in the ‘90’s, the Philadelphia Eagles, and playing cards, listening to music, and watching movies ... most memorable sports moment is going to the NCAA playoffs.

Rachel Johnson’s Career at Edinboro P c t. .154 .460 .553 .509

3FG-3FGA P c t. 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 2-3 .667

FT-FTA 0-4 11-15 32-52 43-71

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P c t. .000 .733 .615 .606

Reb. 9 44 154 207

Avg. 0.9 1.5 5.5 3.1

A 2 6 8 16

TO 1 19 48 68

BL 3 5 10 18

ST 1 12 39 52

PF-D 9-0 22-0 85-3 116-3

Pts. 4 58 209 271

Avg. 0.4 2.0 7.5 4.0

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Rae Sherred

Guard/Forward 5’9” Senior Cambridge Springs, PA Cambridge Springs HS

Fierce competitor who has the ability to play

Career Highs Points: 20 vs. Slippery Rock, 2/7/07 Rebounds: 12 vs. Lock Haven, 2/17/07 Field Goals Made: 7 vs. Kutztown, 3/3/06 Field Goals Attempted: 16 vs. West Chester, 12/3/06 3-Point Field Goals Made: 4 vs. Clarion, 2/21/07; vs. Slippery Rock, 2/7/07; vs. Kutztown, 12/20/06 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 11 vs. Kutztown, 12/20/06 Free Throw s Made: 8 vs. Slippery Rock, 2/7/07 Free Throw s Attempted: 8 vs. Slippery Rock, 2/7/07 Assists: 4 vs. Lock Haven, 1/27/07 Steals: 3 on seven occasions Blocks: 3 vs. Clarion, 2/21/07

inside or outside ... one of Edinboro’s top three-point threats ... ranks eighth in career three-pointers made (80) and ninth in career three-pointers attempted (249) ... intelligent player ... will serve as a co-captain ,,, could start either on the wing or at forward ... head coach Stan Swank notes that she does a lot of things that don’t show up in the box score ... played volleyball at nearby Penn State Behrend for a year before transferring to Edinboro to play basketball ... was a recipient of NCAA Sportsmanship Award a year ago, following an unfortunate incident in PSAC championship game ... with Edinboro and California(Pa.) tied at 59-59 with seven seconds remaining, she came up with a steal, but then called time out when Edinboro had none ... the ensuing free throws on technical foul led to a 63-59 decision for Cal ... afterwards she bravely faced the media and answered questions regarding the incident.

2006-07 Finished as fourth-leading scorer at 9.3 ppg. while being one of three players to start all 28 games ... also finished fourth in rebounding (4.6 rpg.) ... averaged 36.1 minutes ... led team in three-pointers made and attempted (49 of 166), and was second on the team in free throw percentage at 79.6 percent (43 of 54) ... third on team in steals (42) and tied for third in assists with 40 ... led team in scoring on two occasions and was top rebounder four times ... reached double figures in scoring 11 times, and posted first career double-double with 16 points and career-high 12 rebounds in 78-56 win ... had career-high 20 points against Slippery Rock, making 4 of 10 three-pointers and 8 of 8 free throws ... contributed 19 points in win over Kutztown, making 4 of 11 three’s ... pulled down 8 rebounds against Millersville and West Chester.

2005-06 Played in 30 games, making one start and averaging just under 20 minutes per game ... averaged 6.0 ppg. and 3.5 rpg. ... shot a respectable 42.2 percent from the floor (65 of 154), including 30 of 82 on three-pointers (36.6 pct.), and was 21 of 29 at the line (72.4

Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Career

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G-GS 14-0 30-1 28-28 72-29

FG-F GA 13-34 65-154 84-251 162-439

pct.) ... led Edinboro in scoring once, that a 17point effort in PSAC semifinal win over Kutztown ... made 7 of 9 field goals, including 3 of 5 three-pointers, including 3 of 5 free throws, adding 6 rebounds ... scored in double figures in six games ... had 13 points and a career-high 8 rebounds against Indiana(Pa.) ... scored 10 points in PSAC championship game vs. California(Pa.).

2004-05 Appeared in 14 games, averaging 2.1 ppg. and 1.9 rpg.... played in seven of the first 17 games for a total of 18 minutes, but averaged 15 minutes per game in her final seven contests ... in first significant action of the season, played 24 minutes, making 6 of 7 field goals for a season-high 12 points, adding a seasonhigh 8 rebounds, in win over Lock Haven ... contributed 6 points in loss at Slippery Rock, and had 5 points, 6 rebounds and 3 steals to help Scots beat Shippensburg.

At Penn State Behrend Played volleyball for the Lions as a freshman ... was named the team’s Newcomer of the Year.

High School Competed in three sports at Cambridge Springs High School, earning four letters in basketball, three in volleyball and one in softball ... set the school record for career scoring with 1,363 points ... helped team finish 15-13 in senior year, with Devils losing in District 10 Championship game ... earned first team AllFrench Creek Valley League accolades as a junior and senior in both basketball and volleyball, and was an all-state selection in volleyball.

Personal Born June 13, 1985 … Nursing major … full name is Rae Ann Sherred ... daughter of Lynn and Lawrence Sherred … personal favorites include Mrs. Calderon’e peach pie, movie Remember the Titans, country music, the Bible, Michael Jordan, Hines Ward, the Pittsburgh Steelers, volleyball and softball ... most memorable sports moment is winning the first game at the PIAA state championships in volleyball her junior year and reaching the PSAC championship game.

Rae Sherred’s Career at Edinboro

P c t. .382 .422 .335 .369

3FG-3FGA 1-11 30-82 49-166 80-249

P c t. .091 .366 .295 .321

F T-F TA 3-9 21-29 43-54 67-92

P c t. .333 .724 .796 .728

Reb. 27 105 128 260

A vg . 1.9 3.5 4.6 3.6

A TO 2 7 18 30 40 76 60 113

BL 1 6 17 24

ST 4 16 42 62

PF -D 11-0 27-0 80-4 118-4

P ts. 30 181 260 471

A vg . 2.1 6.0 9.3 6.5

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Kim Mardis Center 6’4” Junior Cleveland, OH East Tech HS

Improving post player who is still a work in

progress ... very strong player who is still working on conditioning ... if she develops consistency, she could provide major minutes ... can be an intimidating force in the middle ... redshirted in 2004-05.

2006-07 Played in 27 games with three starts ... played just over eight minutes per game, averaging 1.3 ppg. and 2.4 rpg ... led team with 28 blocked shots despite limited playing time ... ranked ninth in the PSAC in blocked shots ... matched career-high with 6 points vs. West Chester, adding 4 rebounds ... pulled down season-high 6 rebounds vs. Central State and Lock Haven, adding 4 blocked shots in the latter contest ... came off the bench to provide a huge boost in 65-53 win at Shippensburg, contributing 7 blocked shots and 4 rebounds ... tied school record for blocks

2005-06 Appeared in 27 games as a reserve frontcourt player, averaging just over six minutes per game ... scored 23 points and pulled down 38 rebounds while blocking 12 shots ... scored career-high 6 points in season-opener against

Year G-GS 2005-06 27-0 2006-07 27-3 Career 54-3

F G-FGA 9-26 13-32 22-58

Alderson-Broaddus, making both of her field goal attempts and going 2-for-2 at the line in 12 minutes ... also blocked 2 shots ... had career-best 8 rebounds in just 14 minutes against Clarion ... blocked 3 shots in Cheyney game.

2004-05 Redshirted.

High School Played for coach William Stovall at East Tech High School ... team finished 15-7 a year ago and won district championship ... averaged 8 points, 8 rebounds and 3 blocks as a senior.

Personal Born June 28, 1986… full name is Kimberly Keyionia Mardis ... Health Promotion major … ... daughter of Truth Mardis and Kenneth Bender … personal favorites include cheesy eggs, movie The Wedding Singer, Beyonce, Tim Duncan, Shaquille O’Neal, the San Antonio Spurs, watching television, shopping, and playing video games ... most memorable sports moment came during senior year at East Tech High School in game vs. Glenville. East Tech won, and she did her first interview for the newspaper.

Career Highs Points: 6 vs. West Chester, 12/3/06; vs. Alderson-Broaddus, 11/18/05 Rebounds: 8 vs. Clarion, 2/1/06 Field Goals Made: 2 on six occasions Field Goals Attempted: 4 vs. Pitt-Johnstown, 2/18/07; vs. Shippensburg, 1/10/07 Free Throw s Made: 2 on four occasions Free Throw s A ttempted: 4 vs. West Chester, 12/3/06 Assists: 3 vs. Indiana(Pa.), 1/20/07 Steals: 2 vs. Lock Haven, 2/18/06; vs. California(Pa.), 2/11/06 Blocks: 7 vs. Shippensburg, 2/3/07

Kim Mardis’ Career at Edinboro

Pct . .346 .406 .379

3F G-3FGA 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct . .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 5-10 8-14 13-24

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Pct . .500 .571 .542

Reb. 38 64 102

Av g. 1.4 2.4 1.9

A 0 4 4

TO 15 24 39

BL 12 28 40

ST 5 5 10

P F -D 30-0 37-0 67-0

Pt s. 23 34 57

Av g. 0.9 1.3 1.1

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Jessica Trotter Center 6’5” Junior Flanders, NJ Mount Olive HS

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Career Highs Points: 6 vs. Mercyhurst, 1/2/06 Rebounds: 8 vs. UNC Pembroke, 11/18/06 Field Goals Made: 2 vs. Mercyhurst, 1/2/06 Field Goals Attempted: 5 vs. AldersonBroaddus, 11/18/05 Free Throw s Made: 2 vs. UNC Pembroke, 11/18/06; vs. Mercyhurst, 1/2/06; vs. Mansfield, 12/3/05 Free Throw s A ttempted: 4 vs. Mercyhurst, 1/2/06 Assists: 3 vs. Alderson-Broaddus, 11/18/05 Steals: 1 on four occasions Blocks: 4 vs. Bloomsburg, 12/20/05

Year G-GS 2005-06 25-1 2006-07 22-0 Career 47-1

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FG-F GA 4-27 4-12 8-39

High School

ike fellow post player Kim Mardis, is still a work in progress, but could be a key player if she can gain consistency ... needs work on offensive end of the floor, but can be an intimidating presence on defense ... excellent shot blocker with long arms ... very coachable player who runs the floor well.

A four-year starter for coach Jeff Koch at Mount Olive High School ... averaged 9.1 ppg. and 7.1 rpg. while blocking 160 shots in 24 games as a senior ... shot 51 percent from the floor ... as a junior, averaged 10.6 ppg. and 7.3 rpg. with 114 blocks in 25 games, shooting 47.2 percent from the floor ... played in 16 games as a junior, missing eight contests with an injury, during her sophomore season, averaging 7.9 ppg. and 7.3 rpg. with 74 blocks ... in four seasons, blocked 370 shots in 83 games, an average of 4.5 per game ... earned first team All-Iron Hills Conference honors as a junior, and was a second team choice as a senior and honorable mention selection as a sophomore.

2006-07 Appeared in 22 games, scoring 10 points and pulling down 26 rebounds while averaging 4.5 minutes ... had 4 blocked shots ... came off the bench in second game of year against UNC Pembroke and had a season-high 4 points along with a career-best 8 rebounds while playing 15 minutes.

2005-06

Personal

Saw action in 25 games, with one start ... averaged just over six minutes per contest, scoring 12 points while pulling down 39 rebounds ... ranked second on the team in blocked shots with 18 ... made just 4 of 27 shots from the floor (14.8 pct.), but was 4 of 6 from the line ... scored season-high 6 points in just eight minutes against Mercyhurst, making 2 of 2 field goals and 2 of 4 free throws ... pulled down season-high 5 rebounds at Indiana(Pa.) ... lone career start came at Clarion, finishing scoreless but grabbing 4 rebounds and blocking 3 shots ... had seasonbest 4 blocks vs. Bloomsburg.

Born October 20, 1986 … full name is Jessica Robyn Trotter … Health and Physical Education major … daughter of Nancy and Joseph Trotter … father played baseball at Seton Hall, while brother Greg played baseball at Rowan University and sister Stacey was a member of the softball team at York (Pa.) ... personal favorites include cheerios, movie Super Bad, book Lovely Bones, any kind of music, Derek Jeter, the New York Yankess, and going to the movies, shopping, and baking ... most memorable sports moment was going to the NCAA Playoffs two years ago.

Jessica Trotter’s Career at Edinboro P c t. .148 .333 .205

3FG-3FGA 0-0 0-0 0-0

P c t. .000 .000 .000

F T-F TA 4-6 2-3 6-9

P c t. .667 .667 .667

Reb. 39 26 65

A vg . 1.6 1.2 1.4

A 5 1 6

TO 7 3 10

BL 18 4 22

ST 3 1 4

PF -D 19-0 9-0 28-0

P ts. 12 10 22

A vg . 0.5 0.5 0.5

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Kelsey Conklin Forward 6’1” Sophomore Edinboro, PA General McLane HS

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ent from a player who head coach Stan Swank considered an underrated recruit, to possibly the second-best freshman in the PSAC ... Swank feels she is better suited to the college game, and still hasn’t reached her potential ... earned a starting job from game one ... runs the floor very well ... can shoot the three-pointer and is an excellent rebounder.

2006-07 One of three players to start all 28 games, finishing as third-leading scorer and leading rebounder ... averaged 12.0 ppg. and 7.5 rpg., shooting 46.0 percent from the floor (137 of 298) ... had 71 steals, second on the team and fourth in the PSAC, and 10 blocked shots ... led team in scoring in four games and was leading rebounder 18 times ... scored in double figures 19 times and had double-figure rebounds nine times ... posted five double-doubles ... ranked 18th in the PSAC in scoring and 12th in rebounding ... scored a season-high 27 points in win over Shippensburg, making 12 of 21 field goals and 2 of 2 free throws, adding 12 rebounds ... in next game had another double-double with 23 points and 11 at Mansfield, making 9 of 13 field goals and 5 of 5 free throws, with 5 steals ... had third 20-point effort vs. Indiana(Pa.), totaling 20 points (8 of 12 FGs, 4 of 5 FTs) ... pulled down seasonhigh 20 rebounds in upset of Charleston(WV), adding 11 points ... had season-high 7 steals against Clarion, scoring 18 points ... named the PSAC West Rookie of the Week once.

High School Played for former Fighting Scot Meghan Miller Meabon at General McLane High School ... was a first team All-Region 4 selection as a senior, helping the Lancers finish with a 20-5 record ... avearged 10.7 ppg. and 7.9 rpg. with 56 assists and 51 steals ... shot 51 percent from floor (95 of 188), including 16 of 51 on three-pointers ... was selected to play in the City-County All-Star Game ... scored over 1,000 career points ... was a second team All-Erie County League choice as a sophomore and junior ... also a standout in track, finishing second in the state in 4X400 relay as a sophomore, and fifth in the long jump as a senior

Personal Born April 21, 1988… full name is Kelsey Anne Conklin ... Elementary Education major … daughter of Sharon and Brad Conklin … nickname is Kels ... personal favorites include spaghetti, book The Secret Life of Bees, movies Remember the Titans, Love & Basketball, and The Sandlot, all music but heavy metal, the Dixie Chicks, Pittsburgh Steelers, Detroit Pistons, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Marion Jones, Tashawn Prince, and hanging out with friends, movies, shopping, and sports ... most memorable sports moments include taking second place in the 4X400 relay at the 2004 PIAA State Championships; scoring 1,000th point on senior night; and finishing fifth in the long jump at the PIAA State Championships last spring.

Career Highs Points: 27 vs. Shippensburg, 1/10/07 Rebounds: 20 vs. Charleston(WV), 11/21/06 Field Goals Made: 12 vs. Shippensburg, 1/10/07 Field Goals A ttempted: 21 vs. Shippensburg, 1/10/07 3-Pt. Field Goals Made: 1 on six occasions 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted: 4 vs. West Chester, 12/3/06 Free Throw s Made: 6 vs. Lock Haven, 2/17/07 Free Throw s A ttempted: 9 vs. Lock Haven, 2/17/07 A ssists: 5 vs. Shippensburg, 2/3/07; vs. GoldeyBeacom, 11/17/06 Steals: 7 vs. Clarion, 2/21/07 Blocks: 2 vs. Indiana(Pa.), 2/27/07; vs. Slippery Rock, 2/7/07

Kelsey Conklin’s Career at Edinboro Year G-GS 2006-07 28-28

F G-FGA 137-298

Pct . .460

3F G-3FGA 6-31

Pct . .194

FT-FTA 57-100

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Pct . .570

Reb. 211

Av g. 7.5

A TO 40 100

BL 15

ST 71

P F -D 30-0

Pt s. 337

Av g. 12.0

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Samantha Reimer Guard 5’6” Altoona, PA

Enjoyed an outstanding freshman campaign

Western semifinals ... added 60 assists and 54 steals ... named the Altoona Mirror Player of the Year, in addition to earning Mountain Athletic Conference Player of the Year honors ... shot 49 percent from the floor (122 of 247), including 47 of 146 on three-pointers, and was at 78 percent from the free throw line (152 of 193) ... scored 537 points, the second-highest total in school history ... as a junior, averaged 14.3 ppg. with 67 assists and 66 steals, making 107 of 198 field goals (54 pct.), with 35 of 117 threepointers, and was 111 of 135 at the free throw line (82 pct.), earning first team All-MAC honors ... Altoona finished with a 28-2 record, winning the District 6 title and reaching the Western finals ... the Lady Lions ended the year ranked second in the state ... also averaged in double figures as a sophomore at 10.6 ppg., with 71 assists and 83 steals ... shot 51 percent from the floor (88 of 172), with 17 of 58 three-pointers, and was 71 of 95 at the line (74 pct.) ... earned second team all-conference honors as Altoona went 26-2 and reached the Western finals.

and came back to school in great condition ... has the ability to play a wing or the point, but will benefit from having a true point guard on the team ... an excellent scoring threat who can drive and draw fouls, or hit the three-pointer ... will serve as a co-captain.

Career Highs Points: 25 vs. Goldey-Beacom, 11/17/06 Rebounds: 7 vs. Lock Haven, 2/17/07 Field Goals Made: 10 vs. Goldey-Beacom, 11/17/06 Field Goals Attempted: 16 vs. Millersville, 12/2/06 3-Pt. Field Goals Made: 3 on four occasions 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted: 8 vs. Indiana(Pa.), 2/10/07 Free Throw s Made: 10 vs. Lock Haven, 2/17/07; vs. Lock Haven, 1/27/07 Free Throw s Attempted: 15 vs. Lock Haven, 1/27/07 Assists: 6 vs. Clarion, 2/21/07; vs. Cheyney, 1/6/07 Steals: 4 vs. Lock Haven, 1/27/07 Blocks: 1 vs. Clarion, 2/21/07

2006-07 Played in all 28 games, with 20 starts ... finished as second-leading scorer at 13.1 ppg. and was second in assists with 80 ... ranked 13th in the PSAC in scoring ... made 35 of 116 threepointers ... shot 76.6 percent from the line, a figure that ranks 16th all-time ... made 121 free throws, tied for the seventh-highest season total, and attempted 158 ... led team in scoring three times ... scored in double figures on 20 occasions, including the first eight games of her career ... scored a season-high 25 points in her first career contest against Goldey-Beacom, making 10 of 13 field goals, with a three-pointer, and 4 of 6 free throws ... had 23 points against Lock Haven, making 10 of 12 free throws, and also had a season-high 7 rebounds ... scored 18 points against Charleston(WV) and West Liberty State ... made 10 of 15 free throws in earlier game vs. Lock Haven ... had season-high 6 assists against Cheyney and Clarion.

Personal Born September 3, 1987 … full name is Samantha Lynne Reimer … Elementary/ Special Education major … daughter of Karen and David Reimer … personal favorites include Mom’s spaghetti, country music, book Raise the Roof by Pat Summit, movie Love and Basketball, Tennessee Lady Vols, Chamique Holdsclaw, spending time with family and friends, going to church, exercising ... most memorable sports moment is becoming the alltime leading scorer in history of Altoona High School girls basketball.

High School Three-year starter at Altoona Area High School, setting the school record for career points while playing for head coach Craig Long ... concluded her career with 1,265 points ... averaged 17.9 ppg. as a senior, helping the Lady Lions finish with a 24-6 record ... Altoona won the District 6 championship and reached the PIAA Quad A

Year G-GS 2006-07 28-20

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FG-F GA 105-301

P c t. .349

3FG-3FGA 35-116

P c t. .302

F T-F TA 121-158

P c t. .766

Reb. 83

A vg . 3.0

Sophomore Altoona HS

A 80

TO 77

BL 1

ST 32

PF -D 51-0

P ts. 366

A vg . 13.1

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Edinboro Women’s Basketball 2007-08

The 2007-08 Fighting Scots

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Janine McDonald Guard 5’7” Freshman (redshirt) Sharon, PA Sharon HS

Expected to start at a wing position after red-

shirting a year ago ... extremely athletic player who will be reunited with former Sharon High School teammate Brittany Csatlos ... very good offensively ... can play the point, as well ... described by head coach Stan Swank as an “excellent, excellent player”.

2006-07 Redshirted.

percent from the line (34 of 66) ... played as a freshman and senior at Sharon, while playing her sophomore and junior years at Warren (OH) Harding High School ... averaged 9 ppg. as a junior, earning second team All-Steel Valley Conference accolades, and was also a second team selection as a sophomore, averaging 11 ppg... scored exactly 1,000 career points.

Personal

High School Played for coach Gene Sarazen at Sharon High School, helping the Lady Tigers to the Class AA District 10 championship as a senior ... Sharon was ranked sixth in the state and reached the Class AA quarterfinals before finishing with a 28-2 record ... Tigers were also District 10 Region I champions ... earned first team All-Region 1 honors while averaging 14.5 ppg. and 7.9 rpg., along with 66 steals ... shot 56 percent from the floor (200 of 358) and 52

Born June 13, 1988 … full name is Janine Marie McDonald … Sociology major … daughter of Lonette McDonald … personal favorites include pizza, hip hop and R&B music, musicians Monica and New Edition, movie Next Friday, the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Indianapolis Colts, LeBron James, playing basketball, and listening to music ... most memorable sports moment is signing with Edinboro University, and also winning the District 10 championship as a senior.

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Casey Heller Guard 5’7” Meadville, PA

Sophomore Meadville HS

Transfer from Glenville State who will provide

depth at guard ... head coach Stan Swank noted she has been a pleasant surprise in preseason drills ... runs well and has the ability to shoot the three, plus she plays physical and is a hard-nosed player.

At Glenville State Helped the Lady Pioneers finish with a 33-3 record ... played in 30 games, averaging eight minutes per game ... averaged 1.8 ppg. and 1.2 rpg., making 22 of 72 field goals, including 4 of 27 three-pointers, and was 5 of 7 at the line

High School Four-year starter for head coach Dean Henderson at Meadville High School, scoring 1,095 career points ... led the Bulldogs to a

20-7 record as a senior, averaging 12.7 ppg. and 3.4 rpg... made 43 of 110 three-pointers ... earned first team All-Region 5 honors as a senior after earning second team accolades as a junior ... averaged 13.4 ppg. as a junior and 10.0 ppg. as a sophomore.

Personal Born February 6, 1987 … full name is Casey Lynn Heller … Elementary/ Special Education major … daughter of Kimberly and Charles Heller … father wrestled at Clarion ... personal favorites include pizza, movie Love and Basketball, pop music and some country, LeBron James, the Cleveland Cavaliers, shopping and working out ... most memorable sports moment is getting a scholarship and scoring 1,000 career points.

Casey Heller’s Career at Glenville State Year G-GS 2006-07 30-0

FG-F GA 22-72

P c t. .306

3FG-3FGA 4-27

P c t. .148

F T-F TA 5-7

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P c t. .714

Reb. 36

A vg . 1.2

A 10

TO 20

BL 2

ST 11

PF -D 15-0

P ts. 53

A vg . 1.8

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Brittany Csatlos Guard 5’5” Sharon, PA

Highly-touted recruit who was a third team

all-state selection ... is expected to take over immediately as the starter at point guard ... vision, court awareness, and passing abilities elicit comparisons to former Edinboro standout and current assistant coach Callie Iorfido ... a true point guard who also has the ability to score ... head coach Stan Swank notes “she is beyond her years” and doesn’t play like a freshman ... reunited with former Sharon High School teammate Janine McDonald.

High School Highly-decorated player for head coach Gene Sarazen at Sharon High School ... earned third team Associated Press All-State honors as a senior, was a District 10 Region 5 first team All-Star, and played in the Roundball Classic ... led the Tigers to a 23-6 record and the second round of the Class AAA playoffs as a senior ... averaged 16.7 ppg., 8.0 rpg., 8.2 apg., and 6.2 spg. last year ... Sharon finished as Region 5 AAA champions and District 10 AAA runnersup ... as a junior, averaged 14.1 ppg., 5.8 rpg.,

1

Freshman Sharon HS

6.3 apg. and 5.0 spg. as Sharon finished with a 28-2 record and won District 10 title ... Tigers lost in PIAA Class AA Western semifinals ... named District 10 Region 1 Player of the Year in addition to first team All-Region honors ... earned first team Mercer County Athletic Conference honors as a freshman ... finished career with 1,697 points, along with 819 rebounds, 555 assists and 575 steals, leading Sharon to an 80-27 record during that period ... ranks fifth in career scoring in Mercer County.

Personal Born December 29, 1988 ... full name is Brittany Janay Csatlos … majoring in Communications ... daughter of Tracey Csatlos and Michael White ... personal favorites include fried chicken, R&B music, movie The Notebook, book The Rhyming Season, Tracey McGrady, the Phoenix Suns, basketball, shopping and dancing ... most memorable sports moment is a playoff game during year in which Sharon trailed by 17 points and came back to win by 12 points.

Kelcie Hellmer Guard/Forward 6’0” Freshman Jefferson, OH Jefferson Area HS

Rangy player who has the ability to play

either guard or forward, but is more of a perimeter player ... can shoot the three ... rebounds well and has long arms ... has a bright future but needs to get stronger and gain experience after missing a good portion of her senior year due to torn ACL suffered the previous summer.

High School Three-sport standout at Jefferson High School, earning four letters each in basketball, volleyball, and track ... played in just ten games in basketball as a senior due to an injury, averaging 7.2 ppg. and 3.5 rpg. to help Falcons finish 18-4 and win the NEC championship for the third straight year and finish as Division II sectional champions for third straight year ... as a junior averaged 13.3 ppg. and 7.7 rpg. with 5.4 apg., 6.5 spg., and 5.2 bpg... averaged 9.5 ppg. and 5.2 rpg. as a sophomore ... earned first team All-District honors and special mention All-Ohio honors as a junior, and was a first team All-County and All-NEC selection as a

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sophomore and junior ... in volleyball, helped Jefferson to sectional championship her final three years, along with winning the NEC championship all four years ... was named the NEC Player of the Year in 2005 ... also excelled in track, where she earned All-Ohio honors in 2005 after placing sixth in the high jump at the state championships ... tied the Ashtabula County high jump record (5’7”) in 2006 ... three-time NEC champion and district champion in the high jump and also All-County champion three times.

Personal Born October 25, 1988… full name is Kelcie Ann Hellmer ... undeclared major … daughter of Cheryl and Mark Hellmer ... personal favorites include clam chowder, oldies, disco and rap music, movie Walk the Line, book The Cay, Ben Wallace, the Detroit Pistons, shopping, fishing, scrapbook, and golfing ... most memorable sports moment was reaching the regional semifinal in volleyball in high school.

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Edinboro Women’s Basketball 2007-08

The 2007-08 Fighting Scots

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Kelly Lewis Guard 5’6” Edinboro, PA

Freshman General McLane HS

Local recruit has been a surprise in presea-

son drills ... head coach Stan Swank noted that she might be better than they believed, and he was high on her to begin with ... former teammate of Kelsey Conklin and was coached by former Edinboro standout ... hard-nosed, tough player who has speed and can shoot the three ... will provide the Fighting Scots with another option at guard.

High School A three-year starter in basketball and a twoyear starter in soccer at General McLane High School ... helped lead the Lancers to a 23-6 record as a senior, averaging 10.7 ppg. and 4.2 rpg... led the team with 53 three-pointers in 166 attempts ... Lancers reached the PIAA

interdistrict playoffs for the first time, losing to Hopewell ... played in the City-County All-Star Game following senior season and was a second team All-Region selection .. as a junior, the Lancers were 20-5 ... averaged 7.0 ppg. and 3.6 in 2005-06

Personal Born April 11, 1989 … full name is Kelly Anne Lewis … Health & Physical Education major … daughter of Denise Stuck-Lewis … personal favorites include pizza, country music, movie Love and Basketball, book A Walk to Remember, Michael Jordan, North Carolina Tar Heels, and playing sports ... most memorable sports moment is beating Mercyhurst Prep on their senior night during junior year.

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Kayla O’Brien Guard 5’7” Freshman Russell, OH Notre Dame Cathedral Latin HS

Very similar player to fellow freshman Kelly

Lewis ... has good speed and can shoot the three, along with being a tough, hard-nosed player ... provides the Fighting Scots with even further depth in the backcourt.

High School Three-year starter at Notre Dame Cathedral Latin High School for head coach Bill Whalen ... a two-time Associated Press first team Division 2 Northeast Ohio choice and a twotime All-County selection ... led the Lions to a 12-10 record a year ago, averaging 8.2 ppg. 5.0 rpg. ... named to the Willoughby News Herald All-Star Team, along with the Ashtabula Star Beacon All-Star Team ... a second team All-North Coast League selection ... as a junior, earned honorable mention All-Ohioi honors while averaging 11.2 ppg. and 6.7 rpg... shot 43 percent from the floor and made 42 of 110

three-pointers ... named to All-NCL first team and was selected to the All-Star Team at the Cactus Jam Tournament in Arizona ... also named to All-Star Team at Surf and Turf Tournament in San Diego ... was named the Notre Dame Cathedral Latin Class of 2007 Athlete of the Year.

Personal Born September 15, 1988 … full name is Kayla G. O’Brien … Health & Physical Education major … daughter of Lisa and Joe O’Brien ... father and brother Tom wrestled in college … personal favorites include pizza, country music, Harry Potter movies, book Deception Point, J.J. Redick, Cleveland Cavaliers, and collecting tennis shoes ... most memorable sports moment is earning a spot on the All-Star team at the Cactus Jam Tournament in Arizona.

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Edinboro Women’s Basketball 2007-08

The 2007-08 Fighting Scots No. 3

Name Jen Boykin

Pos. G

Ht. 5-6

Yr. Sr.

22 5 20 1 40 45 13 23 24 33 11

Kelsey Conklin Brittany Csatlos Casey Heller Kelcie Hellmer Kelly Lewis Rachel Johnson Kim Mardis Janine McDonald Kayla O’Brien Samantha Reimer Rae Sherred

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

6-1 5-5 5-7 6-0 5-6 5-11 6-4 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-9

So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr.-r Fr. So. Sr.

34

Jessica Trotter

C

6-5

Jr.

HEA D COA CH: Stan Swank A SSISTANT COACH: Callie Iorfido

Pronunciation Guide Jen Boykin Brittany Csatlos Samantha Reimer Rae Sherred

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BOY khin SAT lose RYE mher share edd

Hometow n/ High School/ Last School Erie, PA/Northwest Pa. Collegiate Academy/Central Edinboro, PA/General McLane Sharon, PA/Sharon Meadville, PA/Meadville/Glenville State Jefferson, OH/Jefferson Area Edinboro, PA/General McLane Oreland, PA/Springfield Cleveland, OH/East Tech Sharon, PA/Sharon Russell, OH/Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin Altoona, PA/Altoona Cambridge Springs, PA/Cambridge Springs/Penn State Behrend Flanders, NJ/Mount Olive

Numerical Roster 1 3 5 11 13 20 22 23 24 33 34 40 45

Kelcie Hellmer Jen Boykin Brittany Csatlos Rae Sherred Kim Mardis Casey Heller Kelsey Conklin Janine McDonald Kayla O’Brien Samantha Reimer Jessica Trotter Kelly Lewis Rachel Johnson

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

CA PTA INS: Rae Sherred, Samantha Reimer and Brittany Csatlos

By Position Center Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Foward Kelsey Conklin Kelcie Hellmer Rachel Johnson Guard Jen Boykin Brittany Csatlos Casey Heller Kelly Lewis Janine McDonald Kayla O’Brien Samantha Reimer Rae Sherred

6’5” 6’4” 6’1” 6’0” 5’11” 5’9” 5’7” 5’6” 5’5”

By Height Jessica Trotter Kim Mardis Kelsey Conklin Kelcie Hellmer Rachel Johnson Rae Sherred Casey Heller Janine McDonald Kayla O’Brien Jen Boykin Kelly Lewis Samantha Reimer Brittany Csatlos

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2006-07 in Review

Section Contents 2006-07 in Review ..................................20 2006-07 Final Statistics............................21 Pa. State Athletic Conference..............22-23 2006-07 Box Scores ............................24-29 Kelly Calderone Completes Career ..........30


Edinboro Women’s Basketball 2007-08

2006-07 Season Review Combination of Youth, Experience Leads to PSAC Playoff Berth Ever the optimist, Edinboro head coach Stan Swank entered the

2006-07 season with high expectations. He had several pieces back from a team which finished 21-10 the year before and played in the NCAA Playoffs after reaching the PSAC Championship game. Unfortunately, what Swank didn’t have was a true point guard. He had been spoiled for the previous few years as first Courtney Thompson, then Callie Iorfido ran the point. Swank ended up juggling Kelly Calderone and Samantha Reimer, a pair of two guards, at the point. To their credit, it worked out just fine, but both were more scoring-oriented and not necessarily the type of floor general Swank was used to. However, Calderone enjoyed another outstanding season while earning All-PSAC West honors for the third straight year, and Reimer became part of a dynamic freshman combination. When it was all said and done, the Fighting Scots finished 14-14 and earned a spot in the PSAC Tournament for the fifth straight year. Calderone averaged 18.3 ppg. and 4.9 rpg., in addition to leading the Fighting Scots with 124 assists and 73 steals. She was a first team AllPSAC West selection for the second straight year. The 5’7” guard concluded a brilliant career with 1,460 points, the fourth-highest total in school history. Not bad for someone who played her first season at the University at Buffalo before transferring to Edinboro. She also set the school record for career free throws made (415) and career free throw percentage (.856). Reimer and fellow freshman Kelsey Conklin provided the Fighting Scots with a youthful burst of energy, not to mention just over 25 ppg. Reimer averaged 13.1 ppg., second on the team, and also ranked second in assists with 80. The 5’7” guard turned fearless drives to the basket

Kelsey Conklin averaged 12.0 ppg. and 7.5 rpg. as a freshman in 2006-07.

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into plenty of trips to the foul line. She made 121 of 158 free throw attempts. Reimer served notice that she wasn’t intimidated by the college game in her very first contest, scoring 25 points in a win over GoldeyBeacom. Conklin, meanwhile, was a player who Swank felt would be even better as a collegian than in high school, where she starred at nearby General McLane High School. He appeared to be a genius with that prediction. A 6’1” forward who runs the floor like a guard, Conklin averaged 12.0 ppg. and a team-leading 7.5 rpg. She also ranked second in steals with 71. She keyed the 81-71 upset of nationally-ranked Charleston(WV) with 11 points and 20 rebounds. Several other returnees made huge strides, most notably Rae Sherred and Rachel Johnson. Sherred had actually already exhibited a greater impact late in the 2005-06 campaign. The 5’9” swingman continued to grow as a player a year ago, averaging 9.3 ppg. and 4.6 rpg. while leading the Fighting Scots with 49 three-pointers in 166 attempts. What didn’t show up in the box score was her hard-nosed defensive play. The same could be said for Johnson, a thin 5’11” forward who had scored just 62 points and pulled down 53 rebounds her first two seasons. As a junior, Johnson averageed 7.5 ppg. and 5.5 rpg., the latter figure second on the team. She shot 55.3 percent from the floor, the third-highest total in school history. Johnson also played spirited defense, even at times being ask to guard the opposing team’s point guard. Sophomore Kim Mardis and junior Jen Boykin were role players who played a big part in the team’s success. Mardis, a 6’4” center, only scored 34 points and averaged 2.4 rpg., but she blocked 28 shots while averaging less than ten minutes per game. Boykin, meanwhile, was a defensive catalyst, and ended up starting eight games late in the year. The Fighting Scots got off to a fast start, winning their first three games. The season beagn with an 87-72 win over Goldey-Beacom, followed by a 58-37 defeat of UNC Pembroke. Victory number three was the impressive one. The Fighting Scots handed 14th-ranked Charleston(WV) an 81-71 defeat. Kelly Calderone had 32 points and 10 rebounds, and in the process went over 1,000 points for her career. However, a three-game losing streak ensued, signalling a year in which the Fighting Scots would win a few and lose a few. Two of the losses came at home, to Millersville and West Chester. In fact, at the end of the year Edinboro was just 6-7 at home. Next came a three-game winning streak, punctuated by a 69-54 win against an East Stroudsburg team that came in undefeated and would finish as the Eastern Division champion with a 25-4 record. The 2006 portion of the season ended with a pair of losses in the Fighting Scot Invitational, albeit to a pair of the best teams in the WVIAC in Glenville State and West Liberty State. 2006 began with a 65-51 win at Cheyney, but four losses in the next five games left the Scots staring at a stretch of six losses in eight games. The PSAC West campaign opened with three straight losses to Shippensburg, Slippery Rock and Indiana(Pa.), but the Fighting Scots then turned around and won four straight games. The last two were particularly impressive. The first was a 77-59 win over California(Pa.), snapping a 12game losing streak to the Vulcans. Calderone led the way with 26 points. Edinboro then avenged its earlier loss at home to Shippensburg by going on the road and handing the Lady Raiders 65-53 defeat. The Fighting Scots had lost 16 of its previous 17 meetings at Heiges Field House. Mardis keyed the win, blocking 7 shots in just 12 minutes. The Shippensburg victory left the Scots with a 12-9 record. They would win just two of their final final contests, but thanks to a 6-6 record in the PSAC West they finished fourth to qualify for the playoffs. Edinboro played at IUP in the first round of the playoffs. The Fighting Scots held a 23-22 lead at the half, but the Crimson Hawks shot 68.6 percent in the second half and prevailed 81-58.

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2006-07 Final Statistics Final Record: 14-14 PSAC West: 6-6 PLAYER

G-GS MIN M/G

Kelly Calderone Samantha Reimer Kelsey Conklin Rae Sherred Rachel Johnson Agnes Michalow Kim Mardis Jen Boykin Lacey Heiar Jessica Trotter TEAM BORO TOTALS OPP TOTALS

Date

28-28 28-20 28-28 28-28 28-24 25-1 27-3 28-8 7-0 22-0

1092 868 865 1010 755 284 221 337 68 100

28 28

5600 5600

Opponent

FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct.

39.0 162-408 .397 31.0 105-301 .349 30.9 137-298 .460 36.1 84-251 .335 27.0 88-159 .553 11.4 17-69 .246 8.2 13-32 .406 12.0 9-38 .237 9.7 4-13 .308 4.5 4-12 .333

36-112 .321 35-116 .302 6-31 .194 49-166 .295 1-1 1.000 2-18 .111 0-0 .000 1-12 .083 3-10 .300 0-0 .000

623-1581 .394 133-466 640-1574 .407 91-282

Score

Att.

.285 .323

FT-FTA

Pct.

153-182 121-158 57-100 43-54 32-52 9-10 8-14 12-24 2-2 2-3

.841 .766 .570 .796 .615 .900 .571 .500 1.000 .667

REB AVG

A

TO

BL

137 4.9 124 125 4 83 3.0 80 77 1 211 7.5 40 100 15 128 4.6 40 76 17 154 5.5 8 48 10 37 1.5 6 19 25 64 2.4 4 24 28 28 1.0 12 22 2 4 0.6 5 7 0 26 1.2 1 3 4 114 4.2 14 439-599 .733 986 35.2 320 515 106 394-597 .660 1105 39.5 363 567 100

PF-D

PTS AVG

73 81-1 32 51-0 71 100-3 42 80-4 39 85-3 4 29-0 5 37-0 10 39-0 0 5-0 1 9-0

ST

513 18.3 366 13.1 337 12.0 260 9.3 209 7.5 45 1.8 34 1.3 31 1.1 13 1.9 10 0.5

277 516-11 1818 64.9 203 530-10 1765 63.0

Hi Scorer

Hi Rebounder

Opp Hi Scorer

Opp Hi Rebounder

Reimer (25) Calderone (19)

Thompson (17) Flood (14)

Jones (9) Yocum (9)

Radenkovic (18) Uhrich (26)

at Millersville Tournament Nov. 17 Nov. 18

vs. Goldey-Beacom vs. UNC Pembroke

W, W,

87-72 58-37

Nov. 21 Dec. 2

CHARLESTON(WV) MILLERSVILLE

W, L,

81-71 53-56

75 115

Calderone (32) Calderone (15)

Johnson (7) Conklin (8) Trotter (8) Conklin (20) Conklin (11)

Dec. 3

WEST CHESTER

L,

70-75

105

Sherred (14)

Conklin (9)

Yandrisvits (17)

Radenkovic (12) Uhrich (9) Tagliaferri (9) Fogelsanger (9)

Sherred (6) Conkllin (11) Calderone (6) Johnson (6) Sherred (6) Johnson (7)

Kalvans (23) Redick (28) Kauczka (23)

Kalvans (10) Dobbins (15) Kauczka (16)

Rawning (19)

Dobos (6)

Anderson (23) Marshall (18) Webb (11) Zapf (13) Dudeck (14) McCloy (18)

Anderson (11) Rehm (9) Fraizer (6) Zapf (11) Van Wagner (10) Lewis (16)

Chojnacki (10)

Schake (9)

Gottuso (15)

Nowakowski (15)

Heberling (18) Gabrielle (21) Albanese (16) Ramus (17) Schake (14) Gottuso (28)

Heberling (12) Lee (11) Gratton (10) Oaddams (17) Chojnacki (7) Gottuso (13)

at Avalon Classic at Erie, PA Dec. 8 Dec. 9 Dec. 19

vs. West Liberty State vs. Central State(Oh.) EAST STROUDSBURG

L, W, W,

84-86 63-51 69-54

245 125 117

Calderone (19) Calderone (19) Calderone (22)

Dec. 20

KUTZTOWN

W,

71-68

103

Johnson (22)

FIGHTING SCOT INVITATIONAL Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Jan. 6 Jan. 10 Jan. 13 Jan. 14

GLENVILLE STATE WEST LIBERTY STATE at Cheyney SHIPPENSBURG at Mansfield at Bloomsburg

L, L, W, L, L, W,

57-62 63-73 65-51 55-63 54-63 66-54

142 101 109 106 167 95

Calderone (21) Calderone (32) Calderone (30) Conklin (27) Conklin (23) Calderone (14) Reimer (14)

Tracey (24) Shadduck (16) Melton (26)

Tracey (8) Shadduck (14) Shrift (9) Albanese (9)

Calderone (12)

Johnson (9) Conklin (11) Johnson (8) Conklin (12) Conklin (11) Calderone (6) Johnson (6) Sherred (6) Calderone (5) Johnson (5) Conklin (6) Michalow (6) Reimer (6) Calderone (9) Conklin (11) Conklin (8) Conklin (10) Conklin (7) Calderone (7) Conklin (7) Sherred (12) Conklin (6) Calderon (6) Conklin (6) Johnson (6) Conklin (6)

Jan. 17

SLIPPERY ROCK

L,

61-64

222

Calderone (15)

Jan. 20

at Indiana(Pa.)

L,

56-78

850

Calderone (23)

Jan. 27 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 3 Feb. 7 Feb. 10

at Lock Haven at Clarion CALIFORNIA(PA) at Shippensburg at Slippery Rock INDIANA(PA)

W, W, W, W, L, L,

69-52 55-50 77-59 65-53 43-52 66-78

535 750 219 334 219

Calderone (19) Calderone (22) Calderone (26) Calderone (19) Sherred (20) Conklin (20)

Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 21

LOCK HAVEN at Pitt-Johnstown CLARION

W, L, W,

78-56 65-73 78-66

313 125 222

Reimer (23) Calderone (30) Conklin (18)

Feb. 24

at California(Pa.)

L,

45-67

900

Oaddams (30)

Oaddams (15)

Calderone (17)

Conklin (10)

Heberling (16)

Tracey (11)

at PSAC Quarter Finals at Indiana, PA Feb. 27

at Indiana (Pa.)

L,

58-81

525

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Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference 2006-07 PSAC Women’s Basketball Standings PSAC Western Division

2006-07 PSAC Women’s Basketball Teams WESTERN DIVISION

W

L

Overall W L

9 8 7 6 5 4 3

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

24 21 17 14 12 9 9

Overall W L

Indiana(Pa.) California (Pa.) Shippensburg Edinboro Lock Haven Clarion Slippery Rock

9 10 11 14 15 17 17

First Team Lauren Beckley, Shippensburg Kelly Calderone, Edinboro Kim Nowakowski, California(Pa.) Shanna Oaddams, Shippensburg Jahzinga Tracey, Indiana(Pa.) Ginger Williams, Lock Haven

Pos. F G F C G/F F

Ht. 5-11 5-7 6-2 6-2 6-1 5-11

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

West Player of the Year: Jahzinga Tracey, Indiana(Pa.) West Rookie of the Year: Lauren Beckley, Shippensburg West Coach of the Year: Cindy Martin, Indiana(Pa.) EASTERN DIVISION

PSAC Eastern Division

W

L

East Stroudsburg West Chester MIllersville Mansfield Kutztown Bloomsburg Cheyney

11 9 8 6 5 3 0

1 3 4 6 7 9 12

25 15 17 13 9 7 4

4 13 11 14 17 20 22

First Team Alyssa Antolick, East Stroudsburg Colleen Kegerreis, Bloomsburg Katie Kline, West Chester Dominique Lewis, West Chester Jessica Uhrich, Mansfield Jackie Yandrisevits, East Stroudsburg

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

WESTERN DIVISION

FIRST ROUND Indiana(Pa.) 81, Edinboro 58 California(Pa.) 79, Shippensburg 65 East Stroudsburg 66, Mansfield 45 Millersville 57, West Chester 54 SEMIFINALS Indiana(Pa.) 71, Millersville 53 California(Pa.) 59, East Stroudsburg 52 CHAMPIONSHIP Indiana(Pa.) 63, California(Pa.) 53

Second Team Bre Dillon, California(Pa.) Lauren Fisher, Indiana(Pa.) Katie Glaws, Indiana(Pa.) Katrina Greer, Clarion Staci Heberling, Indiana(Pa.) Ilia Lopez, Lock Haven

Pos. G G G G G/F G

Ht. 5-7 5-5 5-8 5-9 5-11 5-8

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

Ht. 5-10 5-5 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-1

Yr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

EASTERN DIVISION Second Team Jess Brady, Kutztown Danielle Jones, Cheyney Gabe Miskinis, Bloomsburg Maryellen Onofre, East Stroudsburg Ashley Romanoski, Millersville Mercedes Van Wagner, Kutztown

Individual Statistics

Field Goal Pct.

GP

FG FGA Pct.

Shanna Oaddams, Ship. Jessica Albanese, Clar. Rachel Johnson, Edin. Jackie Yandrisevits, ESU Mercedes Van Wagner, Kutz. Alyssa Antolick, ESU Colleen Keggereis, Bloom Staci Heberling, IUP Jahzinga Tracey, IUP Jess Brady, Kutz.

28 26 28 29 26 28 27 33 33 26

162 147 88 167 118 115 134 125 252 93

3-Point Field Goal Pct.

GP 3FG 3FGA Pct.

Lauren Beckley, Ship. Alyssa Antolick, ESU Mallory Hafer, Mans. Maryellen Onofre, ESU Danielle Jones, Chey. Bre Dillon, Cal. Lara Dellegrotti, Kutz. Katie Glaws, IUP Amanda Nero, SRU Gabe Miskinis, Bloom.

28 28 27 29 24 31 25 33 26 24

75 30 75 52 62 44 30 71 41 39

170 69 179 129 170 122 85 203 118 113

Free Throw Pct.

GP

FT

FTA Pct.

Jess Brady, Kutz. Kelly Calderone, Edin. Gabe Miskinis, Bloom.

26 28 24

80 153 54

95 .842 182 .841 65 .831

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Ht. 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-10 5-10 5-9

East Player of the Year: Jessica Uhrich, Mansfield East Rookie of the Year: Jhazmin Brown, East Stroudsburg East Coach of the Year: Juliene Simpson, East Stroudsburg

2007 PSAC Tournament

279 262 159 319 229 224 265 260 529 197

Pos. F/G C F F F G

.581 .561 .553 .524 .515 .513 .506 .481 .476 .472 .441 .435 .419 .403 .365 .361 .353 .350 .347 .345

Scoring

GP

Lauren Beckley, Ship. Jessica Uhrich, Mans. Jahzinga Tracey, IUP Kelly Calderone, Edin. Kim Nowakowski, Cal. Katie Kline, WCU Jackie Yandrisevits, ESU Danielle Jones, Chey. Colleen Kegerreis, Bloom. Shanna Oaddams, Ship. Dominique Lewis, WCU

28 27 33 28 28 28 29 24 27 28 28

Elizabeth Gabrielle, LHU Natalie Winters, WCU Kari Cover, Mill. Katrina Greer, Clar. Chere’ Marshall, SRU Maryellen Onofre, ESU Lauren Beckley, Ship.

27 28 28 26 25 29 28

Pos. G/F G F G F F

FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct.

183-402 213-475 252-529 162-408 173-397 178-388 167-319 121-334 134-265 162-279 149-342

58 56 57 103 55 63 107

70 68 70 127 68 78 133

.455 .448 .476 .397 .436 .459 .524 .362 .506 .581 .436

.829 .824 .814 .811 .809 .808 .805

Rebounds

GP

No. Avg.

Kim Nowakowski, Cal. Jessica Uhrich, Mans. Jahzinga Tracey, IUP Ginger Williams, LHU Dominique Lewis, WCU

28 27 33 27 28

308 274 306 249 258

11.0 10.1 9.3 9.2 9.2

75-170 15-50 26-87 36-112 4-22 0-4 14-35 62-170 6-12 0-0 0-2

.441 .300 .299 .321 .182 .000 .400 .365 .500 .000 .000

FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.

107-133 67-92 82-118 153-182 112-53 81-113 82-105 51-67 106-146 62-133 88-126

.805 .728 .695 .841 .732 .717 .781 .761 .726 .466 .698

548 508 612 513 462 437 430 355 380 386 386

19.6 18.8 18.5 18.3 16.5 15.6 14.8 14.8 14.1 13.8 13.8

Mercedes Van Wagner, Kutz. Colleen Keggereis, Bloom. Katie Kline, WCU Lauren Beckley, Ship. Shanna Oaddams, Ship.

26 27 28 28 28

225 231 231 231 225

8.7 8.6 8.3 8.3 8.0

Assists

GP

No. Avg.

Ashley Grimm, Clar. Kelly Caldertone, Edin. Bre Dillon, Cal. Elizabeth Gabrielle, LHU Lauren Fisher, IUP Catherine Andrews, WCU Courtney Brooks, Mans.

26 28 31 27 33 27 27

137 124 131 105 115 87 86

5.27 4.43 4.23 3.89 3.48 3.22 3.19

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Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Jess Brady, Kutz.

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Steals

GP

Courtney Brooks, Mans. Jahzinga Tracey, IUP Kelly Calderone, Edin. Kelsey Conklin, Edin. Catherine Andrews, WCU Ilia Lopez, LHU Dominique Lewis, WCU Danielle Jones, Chey. Bre Dillon, Cal. Elizabeth Gabrielle, LHU

27 33 28 28 27 27 28 24 31 27

Blocked Shots

GP

Ebony Twiggs, Chey. Jamika Rehm, Mill. Mercedes Van Wagner, Kutz. Colleen Keggereis, Bloom. Ginger Williams, LHU Dominique Lewis, WCU Kim Nowakowski, Cal. Ngozi Utti, Chey. Kim Mardis, Edin. Agnieszka Michalow, Edin.

23 28 26 27 27 28 28 21 27 25

Scoring

80

3.08

No. Avg. 85 98 73 71 64 63 65 53 63 54

3.15 2.97 2.61 2.54 2.37 2.33 2.32 2.21 2.03 2.00

No. Avg. 54 53 43 44 34 34 31 23 28 25

2.35 1.89 1.65 1.63 1.26 1.21 1.11 1.10 1.04 1.00

Team Statistics GP

Indiana (Pa.) Shippensburg East Stroudsburg West Chester California (Pa.) Edinboro Mansfield Clarion Millersville Lock Haven Slippery Rock Kutztown Cheyney Bloomsburg

33 28 29 28 31 28 27 26 28 27 26 26 26 27

Scoring Defense

GP

Millersville East Stroudsburg Kutztown California (Pa.) Edinboro Slippery Rock Clarion Mansfield Indiana (Pa.) Shippensburg Lock Haven Bloomsburg West Chester Cheyney

28 29 26 31 28 26 26 27 33 28 27 27 28 26

Scoring Margin East Stroudsburg Indiana(Pa.) Shippensburg Millersville California (Pa.) Edinboro West Chester Kutztown Clarion Mansfield Slippery Rock Lock Haven Bloomsburg Cheyney

Pts. Avg.

2368 1985 2041 1871 2020 1818 1699 1624 1729 1659 1583 1561 1538 1591

71.8 70.9 70.4 66.8 65.2 64.9 62.9 62.5 61.8 61.4 60.9 60.0 59.2 58.9

Pts. Avg. 1596 1667 1587 1905 1765 1648 1654 1733 2120 1831 1781 1782 1893 1786

57.0 57.5 61.0 61.5 63.0 63.4 63.6 64.2 64.2 65.4 66.0 66.0 67.6 68.7

Own

Opp

Marg

29 33 28 28 31 28 28 26 26 27 26 27 27 26

57.5 64.2 65.4 57.0 61.5 63.0 67.6 61.0 63.6 64.2 63.4 66.0 66.0 68.7

+12.9 +7.5 +5.5 +4.8 +3.7 +1.9 -0.8 -1.0 -1.2 -1.3 -2.5 -4.5 -7.1 -9.5

Field Goal Pct.

GP

FG FGA Pct.

East Stroudsburg Kutztown Shippensburg Clarion Slippery Rock Indiana (Pa.) California (Pa.) West Chester

29 26 28 26 26 33 31 28

728 584 694 586 584 888 770 703

1657 1350 1609 1365 1413 2164 1885 1751

.439 .433 .431 .429 .413 .410 .408 .401

Edinboro Bloomsburg Millersville Mansfield Lock Haven Cheyney

28 27 28 27 27 26

623 562 630 625 572 558

1581 1438 1618 1615 1638 1638

.394 .391 .389 .387 .349 .341

Field Goal Pct. Defense GP

FG FGA Pct.

Kutztown Millersville East Stroudsburg California (Pa.) Slippery Rock Lock Haven West Chester Mansfield Indiana (Pa.) Shippensburg Edinboro Clarion Bloomsburg Cheyney

26 28 29 31 26 27 28 27 33 28 28 26 27 26

549 559 603 648 589 617 650 634 805 699 640 594 703 639

3-Pt. Field Goal Pct.

GP 3FG 3FGA Pct.

Shippensburg Mansfield Slippery Rock Indiana (Pa.) East Stroudsburg Kutztown California (Pa.) Bloomsburg Clarion Cheyney West Chester Millersville Edinboro Lock Haven

28 27 26 33 29 26 31 27 26 26 28 28 28 27

3-Pt. FG Per Game

GP 3FG 3FGA Avg.

Mansfield Shippensburg Indiana(Pa.) East Stroudsburg Cheyney Edinboro Bloomsburg Millersville California(Pa.) Lock Haven Slippery Rock Kutztown West Chester Clarion

27 28 33 29 26 28 27 28 31 27 26 26 28 26

3-Pt. FG Pct. Defense

GP 3FG 3FGA Pct.

Shippensburg East Stroudsburg Kutztown Lock Haven California (Pa.) Mansfiled Millersville Slippery Rock Cheyney Indiana(Pa.) Clarion West Chester Edinboro Bloomsburg

28 29 26 27 31 27 28 26 26 33 26 28 28 27

Free Throw Pct.

GP

FT

Edinboro Clarion Bloomsburg Kutztown West Chester East Stroudsburg Slippery Rock Indiana (Pa.) Lock Haven Mansfield Shippensburg

28 26 27 26 28 29 26 33 27 27 28

439 381 341 309 377 442 330 409 425 280 436

2007-08 Edinboro University Women’s Basketball

161 169 85 183 143 84 112 126 71 126 88 111 133 90 169 161 183 143 126 133 126 111 112 90 85 84 88 71 104 120 122 107 120 123 116 136 81 150 109 174 91 118

1539 1535 1574 1682 1500 1543 1613 1564 1983 1721 1574 1440 1688 1519 451 501 260 571 448 264 365 423 241 428 300 385 466 349 501 451 571 448 428 466 423 385 365 349 260 264 397 261 382 437 427 358 394 402 368 430 253 468 339 541 282 365

.357 .364 .383 .385 .393 .400 .403 .405 .406 .406 .407 .413 .416 .421 .357 .337 .327 .320 .319 .318 .307 .298 .295 .294 .293 .288 .285 .258 6.26 5.75 5.55 4.93 4.85 4.75 4.67 3.96 3.61 3.33 3.27 3.23 3.14 2.73 .272 .275 .286 .299 .305 .306 .315 .316 .320 .321 .322 .322 .323 .323

FTA Pct. 599 520 476 433 530 630 473 595 631 417 653

.733 .733 .716 .714 .711 .702 .698 .687 .674 .671 .668

Millersville California (Pa.) Cheyney

28 31 26

358 368 296

546 .656 575 .640 468 .632

Rebound Margin

Own

Opp

Marg.

California(Pa.) Kutztown Shippensburg Millersville West Chester Slippery Rock East Stroudsburg Clarion Mansfield Indiana (Pa.) Lock Haven Cheyney Edinboro Bloomsburg

1316 1036 1147 1127 1122 978 1070 910 1008 1280 1065 1035 987 927

1084 883 1003 1023 1066 949 1043 900 1066 1369 1153 1130 1105 1069

+7.5 +5.9 +5.1 +3.7 +2.0 +1.1 +0.9 +0.4 -2.1 -2.7 -3.3 -3.7 -4.2 -5.3

Assists

GP

No.

Avg.

Indiana (Pa.) California(Pa.) East Stroudsburg Kutztown Shippensburg Mansfield West Chester Clarion Bloomsburg Millersville Edinboro Slippery Rock Cheyney Lock Haven

33 31 29 26 28 27 28 26 27 28 28 26 26 27

502 457 427 380 397 371 376 338 326 336 320 291 280 289

15.21 14.74 14.72 14.62 14.18 13.74 13.43 13.00 12.07 12.00 11.43 11.19 10.77 10.70

Steals

GP

No.

Avg.

West Chester Indiana(Pa.) East Stroudsburg Lock Haven Cheyney California(Pa.) Mansfield Edinboro Millersville Clarion Slippery Rock Kutztown Shippensburg Bloomsburg

28 33 29 27 26 31 27 28 28 26 26 26 28 27

337 385 335 305 268 314 271 277 254 229 204 192 201 151

12.04 11.67 11.55 11.30 10.31 10.13 10.04 9.89 9.07 8.81 7.85 7.38 7.18 5.59

Blocked Shots

GP

No.

Avg.

Cheyney Lock Haven Edinboro Millersville Kutztown California(Pa.) West Chester Bloomsburg East Stroudsburg Shippensburg Slippery Rock Clarion Indiana(Pa.) Mansfield

26 27 28 28 26 31 28 27 29 28 26 26 33 27

109 103 106 100 84 99 83 80 74 71 62 58 65 48

4.19 3.81 3.79 3.57 3.23 3.19 2.96 2.96 2.55 2.54 2.38 2.23 1.97 1.78

Own Opp

Marg

Turnover Margin Indiana(Pa.) East Stroudsburg Lock Haven West Chester Edinboro Mansfield Millersville Cheyney California(Pa.) Clarion Shippensburg Slippery Rock Bloomsburg Kutztown

531 496 559 559 515 512 567 583 675 526 537 466 485 625

735 645 639 613 567 542 566 578 631 483 477 403 392 438

+6.18 +5.14 +2.96 +1.93 +1.86 +1.11 -0.04 -0.19 -1.42 -1.65 -2.14 -2.42 -3.44 -7.19

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2006-07 Box Scores Totals

Game 1

Game 2

Edinboro 87, Goldey-Beacom 72

Edinboro 58, UNC Pembroke 37

Millersville Tournament at Millersville, PA November 17, 2006

Millersville Tournament at Millersville, PA November 18, 2006

Edinboro (1-0) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Lacey Heiar Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Agnes Michalow team Totals Goldey-Beacom (0-1) Toni Jones, f Kim Rowley, f Casi Donelan, g Natasha Scott, g Cherrise Graham, g Erin Mahoney Jodie Otteni Nicole Turoni team Totals

fg-fga 6-10 5-7 5-11 2-8 10-13 0-2 1-3 0-1 1-2 0-6

ft-fta 0-0 4-4 1-1 8-8 4-6 2-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-2

30-63 22-25 ( 47.6%) ( 88.0%) fg-fga 7-15 6-8 4-10 1-8 8-11 0-0 2-4 0-3

ft-fta 5-6 3-4 2-6 0-1 3-3 0-0 2-2 0-2

28-59 15-24 ( 47.5%) ( 62.5%)

reb 3 7 2 4 2 1 0 4 3 3 5 34

pts 12 14 14 13 25 2 2 1 2 2

reb 8 8 4 1 5 0 3 5 3 37

pts 19 15 11 2 19 0 6 0

87

72

HA LFTIME: Edinboro 41, Goldey Beacom 32 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5-16 (Sherred 3-8, Reimer 1-1, Calderone 1-2), (Heiar 0-1 Boykin 0-2, Agnieszka 0-2). GB 1-7 (Donelan 1-4, Jones 0-1, Scott 0-1, Turoni 0-1). Assists: Edinboro 19 (Calderone 8, Conklin 5), GB 16 (Scott 5, Jones 4). Steals: Edinboro 8 (Conklin 3, Calderone 2), GB 4 (Graham 3, Scott 1). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 1 (Johnson), GB 0. Turnovers: Edinboro 13, Goldey Beacom 18.

Edinboro ( 2-0) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Lacey Heiar Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Agnes Michalow team Totals UNC Pembroke ( 0-3) Sharkeysha Midgette, f Victoria Willis, f Natasha Stotler, c DeNeer Davis, g Lauren Lingenfelter, g Ivy Ramsey Kristina Homesley Porcha Locklear Mallory Wegmann Natalie Ray L’oreal Price Jamaisha Ward team Totals

fg-fga 3-6 3-6 2-7 7-20 5-13 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-2 1-2

ft-fta 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0

22-59 6-6 (37.3%) (100.0%) fg-fga 0-2 4-7 6-11 0-4 0-2 0-4 2-4 0-3 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-0

ft-fta 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 3-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 1-2

13-40 7-15 (32.5%) (46.7%)

reb 8 6 3 5 4 2 0 1 8 0 2 39

pts 6 6 5 19 16 0 0 0 4 2

reb 3 1 8 1 2 2 0 3 0 3 0 0 2 25

pts 0 11 15 0 3 0 4 0 2 1 0 1

58

37

HALFTIME: Edinboro 24, UNC Pembroke 12 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 8-28 (Calerdone 5-14, Reimer 27, Sherred 1-5, Heiar 0-2), UNCP 4-14 (Willis 3-4, Stotler 1-2, Lingenfelter 0-1, Ramsey 0-2, Homesley 0-2, Locklear 0-3). Assists: Edinboro 14 (Calderone 5, Reimer 3), UNCP 13 (Lingenfelter 3, Stotler 3, Ramsey 2). Steals: Edinboro 12 (Calderone 4, Sherred 3, Conklin 2), UNCP 8 (Willis 3, Stotler 2, Ramsey 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 1 (Mardis) UNCP 1 (Ray). Turnovers: Edinboro 20, UNC Pembroke 21.

27-66 13-21 ( 40.9%) ( 61.9%)

37

71

HA LFTIME: Edinboro 33, Charleston 29 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 4-14 (Reimer 3-7, Conklin 1-2, Sherred 0-1, Heiar 0-1, Calderone 0-3), Charleston 4-8 (Jones 2-3, Thomas 2-3, McElroy 0-2). Assists: Edinboro 6 (Calderone 4, Reimer 2), Charleston 12 (McElroy 5, Jones 4, Williams 3). Steals: Edinboro 7 (Michalow 2, Calderone 2), Charleston 4 (four with 1). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 3 (Mardis, Johnson, Sherred), Charleston 4 (four with 1). Turnovers: Edinboro 18, Charleston 0.

Game 4

Millersville 56, Edinboro 53 at Edinboro, PA December 2, 2006 Edinboro (3-1) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Lacey Heiar Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Anges Michalow team Totals Millersville ( 3-1) Jamika Rehm, f Ashley Romanoski, f Gaelan Quinton, g Branden Lippy, g Carolyn Franchetti, g Ashley Moyer Kristin Kunzman Emily Balogh Gladine St. Julien Kari Cover Jenna Philo Aisha Bellamy team Total

fg-fga 3-6 2-4 2-5 3-8 3-16 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-6

ft-fta 0-2 0-1 1-2 9-10 7-11 0-0 2-2 2-2 0-0 2-2

15-46 21-30 ( 32.6%) ( 70.0%) fg-fga 2-5 7-11 1-4 1-7 2-5 3-7 1-4 0-1 1-4 0-2 0-0 1-1

ft-fta 0-0 7-11 0-1 1-2 0-0 2-4 1-4 0-0 1-3 4-6 0-0 0-0

19-51 16-31 ( 37.3%) ( 51.6%)

reb 11 4 8 3 4 0 0 1 0 2 4 37

pts 6 4 6 15 13 0 2 2 0 7

reb 10 8 1 2 1 5 6 1 6 1 1 0

pts 4 21 2 3 4 10 3 0 3 4 0 2

42

56

53

Game 3

Edinboro 81, Charleston (WV) 71 at Edinboro, PA November 21, 2006 Edinboro ( 3-0) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Rae Sherred, g Kelley Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Lacey Heiar Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Agnes Michalow team Totals

Samantha Reimer scored 25 points in her first career game against GoldeyBeacom.

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Charleston ( 3-4) Jihann Williams, f Rachel Pike, f Courtney Thomas, g Erica McElroy, g Emily Jones, g Chelsea Joseph Diondra Bremond Jennifer Demeyer Veronica Carman Jalyssa Jackson Kaitlyn Arick team

fg-fga 3-11 4-6 0-2 9-17 5-15 0-1 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-2

ft-fta 4-8 3-3 2-3 14-18 5-10 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 1-2

23-57 31-46 (40.4%) (67.4%) fg-fga 3-7 3-7 8-12 2-9 3-8 6-9 1-1 0-2 0-5 0-0 1-6

ft-fta 2-2 1-2 2-2 0-3 2-2 5-8 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

reb 20 3 5 10 1 0 1 4 0 5

pts 11 11 2 32 18 0 2 4 0 1

49

81

reb 5 5 7 3 3 7 0 2 1 0 1 3

pts 8 7 20 4 10 17 3 0 0 0 2

HA LFTIME: Edinboro 23, Millersville 20 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 2-8 (Michalow 1-1, Sherred 1-3, Conklin 0-1, Boykin 0-1, Reimer 0-2), Millersville 2-6 (Moyer 23, Rehm 0-1, Lippy 0-2). Assists: Edinboro 8 (Reimer 3, Calderone 2, Sherred 2), Millersville 8 (Lippy 2, Quinton 2). Steals: Edinboro 17 (Calderone 8, Conklin 3, Johnson 3), Millersville 12 (St. Julien 3, Rehm 2, Romanoski 2, Lippy 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 5 (Michalow 2), Millersville 7 (Rehm 7). Turnovers: Edinboro 29, Millersville 30.

Game 5

West Chester 75, Edinboro 70 at Edinboro, PA December 3, 2006 Edinboro (3-2) Kim Mardis, f Kelsey Conklin, f Jen Boykin, g Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Rachel Johnson Samantha Reimer Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow Lacey Heiar team Totals

fg-fga 2-3 4-18 0-0 5-16 3-10 2-3 1-10 1-2 1-4 0-3

ft-fta 2-4 3-6 4-6 1-1 7-8 1-2 8-8 0-0 2-2 0-0

19-69 28-37 ( 27.5%) ( 75.7%)

reb 4 9 2 8 4 2 5 1 1 0 7 43

pts 6 12 4 14 13 5 10 2 4 0 70

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Edinboro Women’s Basketball 2007-08

2006-07 Box Scores West Chester ( 2-3) Dominique Lewis, f Katie Kline, f Lindsey Weller, g Natalie Winters, g Catherine Andrews,g Bridget Carlin Heather Empson Amanda Vitzakovitch Janelle Garber team Totals

fg-fga 3-7 7-14 2-5 5-10 2-4 0-1 0-0 4-8 2-3

ft-fta 4-5 3-4 6-11 5-6 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

25-52 21-32 ( 48.1%) ( 65.6%)

reb 9 10 2 6 1 3 0 0 10 2 43

pts 10 17 10 17 7 0 0 10 4 75

HA LFTIME: West Chester 31, Edinboro 30 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 4-24 (Sherred 3-10, Conklin 1-4, Calderone 0-1, Michalow 0-1, Heiar 0-3, Reimer 0-5), West Chester 4-10 (Vitzakovitch 2-3, Winters 2-4, Carlin 0-1, Andrews 0-2). A ssists: Edinboro 10 (Calderone 3, Conklin 3, Sherred 2), West Chester 17 (Weller 7). Steals: Edinboro 15 (Calderone 4, Conklin 3, Johnson 3, Sherred 3), West Chester 4 (Weller 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 1 (Agnieszka), West Chester 10 (Kline 4, Andrews 2, Lewis 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 16, West Chester 23.

Game 6

West Liberty St. 86, Edinboro 84 Avalon Classic at Erie, PA December 8, 2006 Edinboro (3-3) Kelsey Conklin, f Agnes Michalow, f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Lacey Heiar Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Rachel Johnson team Totals

fg-fga 8-11 1-6 5-10 6-13 6-10 4-5 0-0 1-2 0-1 1-2

ft-fta 0-0 0-0 1-2 7-8 5-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2

32-60 13-18 ( 53.3%) ( 72.2%)

West Liber ty St. ( 5-0) fg-fga ft-fta Lauren Russell, f 6-11 2-2 Lena Kalvans, f 8-18 6-8 Charity Street, g 4-12 5-6 Lisa Perry, g 3-3 1-2 Renee Farina, g 5-9 3-4 Evelyn Woods 2-3 0-0 Julie Cessna 2-7 1-2 Amanda Allison 0-1 0-0 team Totals 30-64 18-24 ( 46.9%) ( 75.0%)

reb 4 3 6 3 3 1 0 3 0 3 2 28

pts 17 3 12 19 18 11 0 2 0 2

reb 8 4 9 2 6 4 1 1 6 41

pts 14 23 14 7 17 4 7 0

84

86

HA LFTIME: Edinboro 34, West Liberty 32 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 7-17 (Heiar 3-3, Conklin 1-2, Reimer 1-3, Sherred 1-4, Michalow 1-4, Calderone 0-1), West Liberty 8-22 (Farina 4-7, Cessna 2-6, Street 1-4, Kalvans 1-5). A ssists: Edinboro 15 (Calderone 5, Sherred 3, Heiar 3), West Liberty 19 (Perry 11, Kalvans 3, Street 3). Steals: Edinboro 5 (Sherred 2, Calderone 2), West Liberty 8 (Farina 3, Street 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 5 (Michalow 3), West Liberty 1 (Kalvans). Turnovers: Edinboro 15, West Liberty 19.

Game 7

Edinboro 63, Central State 51 Avalon Classic at Erie, PA December 9, 2006 Edinboro (4-3) Kelsey Conklin, f Kim Mardis, c Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g

fg-fga 7-14 2-2 2-9 5-14 5-13

ft-fta 2-3 0-0 2-2 6-10 3-4

reb 11 6 6 5 5

pts 16 4 7 19 14

Lacey Heiar Jen Boykin Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow Rachel Johnson team Totals Central State (3-6) Latisha Walker, c Lorrie Poindexter, g Mahogony Wilson, g Taya Kidd, g Ijeoma Ofomata, g Evin Wimberly Andrea Johnson Amber Pittman Natasha Galloway team Totals

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2

0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-2

22-55 14-24 ( 40.0%) ( 58.3%) fg-fga 5-16 3-6 6-15 2-7 5-12 0-0 0-3 0-0 1-7

ft-fta 1-3 0-0 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-4

22-66 6-14 ( 33.3%) ( 42.9%)

0 0 0 1 3 5 42 reb 11 5 7 2 10 0 2 0 5 4 46

0 1 0 0 2

pts 12 6 14 4 10 0 1 0 4

Edinboro 69, East Stroudsburg 54 at Edinboro, PA December 19, 2006 ft-fta 0-2 4-6 3-5 5-5 9-12 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

22-44 21-31 ( 50.0%) ( 67.7%)

reb 5 6 6 6 3 1 3 0 1 3 34

pts 2 8 14 22 17 0 0 0 6

Edinboro (6-3) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson , f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow team Totals

fg-fga 7-17 8-11 5-13 2-10 1-7 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-6

ft-fta 1-1 5-5 5-6 9-10 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

24-65 23-26 ( 36.9%) ( 88.5%)

reb 4 7 2 6 1 2 1 0 1 3 27

pts 15 22 19 14 5 0 0 0 2

reb 8 2 5 2 2 0 1 3 6 8 2 2 41

pts 10 12 7 6 2 0 4 8 13 6 0

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Kutztow n ( 3-7) fg-fga ft-fta Mercedes Van Wagner, f 4-7 2-4 4-5 2-2 Lara Dellegrotti, g Jess Brady, g 3-4 1-2 Katie Harlor, g 3-3 0-1 Vivian Melvin, g 1-5 0-1 Laura Petriello 0-0 0-0 Rachel Wisemiller 1-2 2-2 4-5 0-1 Kelley Healey Rachel Weidensaul 5-12 3-5 Molly Brown 2-4 2-2 Katie Dovey 0-2 0-0 team Totals 27-49 12-20 ( 38.5%) ( 72.7%)

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HALFTIME: Kutztown 28, Edinboro 25 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 6-24 (Sherred 4-11, Johnson 1-1, Calderone 1-3, Boykin 0-1, Michalow 0-2, Reimer 0-3, Conklin 0-3), Kutztown 2-4 (Dellegrotti 2-2, Melvin 0-1, Wisemiller 0-1). Assists: Edinboro 16 (Calderone 6, Conklin 4, Reimer 4), Kutztown 17 (Dellegrotti 4, Brady 4, Weidensaul 4). Steals: Edinboro 12 (Johnson 4, Calderone 3, Sherred 3), Kutztown

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East Stroudsburg ( 6-1) fg-fga ft-fta reb pts Amy Jones, f 0-4 0-0 4 0 Melanie Villano, g 2-3 0-0 1 4 Maryellen Onofre, g 2-6 0-0 3 6 DeAnna Rayam, g 3-12 0-3 3 8 Jackie Yandrisevits, g 8-11 1-2 2 17 Shannon Ellis 1-1 0-0 0 2 Jhazmin Brown 2-2 0-0 2 4 Alexa Detzi 0-2 2-2 0 2 Keri Cahill 0-1 0-0 1 0 Sheila Gallagher 0-1 0-0 1 0 Alyssa Antolick 2-6 0-0 4 5 Kristi Streightiff 0-0 0-0 0 0 Kelly Wellman 0-1 0-0 2 0 Linsey Sewalk 0-0 0-1 1 0 Monika Fogelsanger 1-3 4-5 1 6 team 4 Totals 21-53 9-15 29 54 ( 39.6%) ( 60.0%) HA LFTIME: Edinboro 34, East Stroudsburg 26 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 4-17 (Sherred 3-8, Calderone 12, Michalow 0-1, Reimer 0-6), East Stroudsburg 3-13 (Onofre 2-3, Antolick 1-4, Cahill 0-1, Yandrisevits 0-1, Villano 0-1, Rayam 0-3). A ssists: Edinboro 10 (Reimer 5, Calderone 2), East Stroudsburg 12 (Rayam 3, Yandrisevits 2, Brown 2, Cahill 2). Steals: Edinboro 11 (Calderone 4, Conklin 2, Sherred 2), East Stroudsburg 8 (Rayam 2, Fogelsanger 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 3 (Conklin, Johnson, Michalow), East Stroudsburg 1 (Antolick). Turnovers: Edinboro 23, East Stroudsburg 23.

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fg-fga 1-3 2-2 4-9 8-13 4-11 0-1 0-0 0-0 3-5

Edinboro 77, Kutztown 68

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HA LFTIME: Central State 33, Edinboro 29 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5-18 (Calderone 3-7, Reimer 1-3, Sherred 1-6, Conklin 0-1, Michalow 0-1), Central St. 1-5 (Walker 1-1, Wilson 0-2, Kidd 0-2). A ssists: Edinboro 10 (Calderone 7), Central St. 8 (Poindexter 5). Steals: Edinboro 7 (Conklin 4, Calderone 2), Glenville St. 8 (Poindexter 5). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 2 (Conklin, Michalow), Central St. 2 (Walker 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 16, Central St. 17.

Edinboro (5-3) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow team Totals

Game 9

Rachel Johnson had a career-high 22 points in the win over Kutztown.

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2006-07 Box Scores 3 (Dellegrotti, Brady, Brown). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 2 (Conklin, Sherred), Kutztown 4 (Dellegrotti 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 8, Kutztown 26.

Game 10

Glenville State 62, Edinboro 57 Edinboro Classic at Edinboro, PA December 29, 2006 Edinboro (6-4) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Jen Boykin Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow team Totals Glenville State ( 7-2) Karina Kendrick, f Casey Taylor, c Lauren Strong, g Rachel Redick, g Christy Alltop, g Christine DiSabato Mallory Menendez Donita Adams Melanie Oliver Casey Heller team Totals

fg-fga 3-8 0-3 4-9 7-13 4-12 0-0 0-0 0-0

Game 11

West Liberty St. 73, Edinboro 63 ft-fta 3-4 0-0 2-2 6-8 3-5 0-0 0-0 2-2

18-45 16-21 ( 40.0%) ( 76.2%) fg-fga 2-4 5-11 2-3 3-9 6-10 0-2 0-1 2-5 6-11 0-1

(Calderone 4), Glenville State 14 (Redick 5, DiSabato 5, Alltop 3). Steals: Edinboro 14 (Calderone 6, Johnson 4), Glenville State 9 (Taylor 2, Alltop 2, Adams 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 2 (Johnson, Michalow), Glenville State 3 (Kendrick, Taylor, Redick). Turnovers: Edinboro 28, Glenville State 24.

ft-fta 0-0 4-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-5 0-0

26-57 7-12 ( 45.6%) ( 58.3%)

reb 3 9 5 8 3 0 0 2 6 31

pts 9 0 13 21 12 0 0 2

reb 5 6 2 2 4 1 0 3 8 0 4 35

pts 4 14 5 7 14 0 0 4 14 0

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HA LFTIME: Glenville State 27, Edinboro 26 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5-15 (Sherred 3-7, Calderone 1-3, Reimer 1-4, Conklin 0-1 ), Glenville State 3-13 (Alltop 2-5, Redick 1-6, Strong 0-1, Menendez 0-1). Assists: Edinboro 9

Edinboro Classic at Edinboro, PA December 30, 2006 Edinboro ( 6-5) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow team Totals

fg-fga 5-14 4-10 0-6 13-23 2-8 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-2

ft-fta 2-3 2-3 0-0 4-4 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

25-65 11-17 (38.5%) (83.3%)

West Liber ty St. ( 6-2) fg-fga ft-fta Lauren Russell, f 2-5 0-1 Lena Kalvans, f 8-13 7-9 Charity Street, g 10-13 6-10 Lisa Perry,g 0-4 2-2 Renee Farina,g 1-7 2-2 Denni Haas 0-2 0-0 Evelyn Woods 0-1 0-0 Sherele Vossen 0-0 0-0 Julie Cessna 3-8 0-0 Amanda Allison 1-1 0-0 team Totals 25-54 17-24 (46.3%) (70.8%)

reb 11 10 4 4 3 0 1 0 1 2 36

pts 12 10 0 32 7 2 0 0 0

reb 6 7 9 5 2 1 1 0 1 4 3 39

pts 4 24 29 2 4 0 0 0 8 2

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HALFTIME: Edinboro 35, West Liberty 33 Three-point FGS: Edinboro 3-15 (Calderone 2-4, Reimer 1-4, Boykin 0-1, Michalow 0-1, Conklin 0-1, Sherred 0-4), West Liberty 6-20 (Street 3-6, Cessna 2-6, Kalvans 1-2, Perry 0-3, Farina 0-3). Assists: Edinboro 9 (Reimer 5, Calderone 4), West Liberty 12 (Perry 4). Steals: Edinboro 2 (Conklin, Johnson), West Liberty 5 (Perry 2, Vossen 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 3 (Johnson, Sherred, Calderone), West Liberty 3 (Kalvans 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 16, West Liberty 18.

Game 12

Edinboro 65, Cheyney 51 at Cheyney, PA January 6, 2007 Edinboro ( 7-5) Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Kelsey Conklin, f Samantha Reimer, g Rachel Johnson, f Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow team Totals

Kelsey Conklin had one of her five double-doubles against Mansfield, finishing with 23 points and 11 rebounds.

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Cheyney (3-7) Angel Stephens, f Danielle Jones, f Martina Randall, g Ashley Blake, g Ebony Twiggs, g Ngozi Utti Tamika McFadden Maria Ruffin Darrah Webb Lillian Penn

fg-fga 2-5 9-14 3-6 3-7 1-3 0-1 1-1 0-2 1-4

ft-fta 2-2 10-11 0-2 7-11 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

20-43 20-30 (46.5%) (66.7%) fg-fga 3-8 5-15 2-6 4-19 2-5 1-2 0-2 1-6 0-3 0-1

ft-fta 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-0

reb 4 4 4 2 8 2 0 2 4 6 36

pts 8 30 6 14 3 0 2 0 2

reb 11 5 3 3 4 2 1 4 0 1

pts 8 14 5 11 4 2 0 3 2 0

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Carla McPherson team Totals

1-6

0-0

19-73 5-6 ( 26.0%) ( 83.3%)

8 3 45

2 51

HA LFTIME: Edinboro 31, Cheyney 13 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5-15 (Calderone 2-4, Sherred 2-5, Reimer 1-3 Boykin 0-1, Michalow 0-2), Cheyney 8-19 (Jones 4-9, Blake 3-8, Randall 1-2). Assists: Edinboro 10 (Reimer 6), Cheyney 11 (Blake 5, Jones 3). Steals: Edinboro 9 (Sherred 2, Calderone 2, Reimer 2, Johnson 2), Cheyney 5 (Jones 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 3 (Michalow 3), Cheyney 4 (McPherson 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 23, Cheyney 22.

Game 13

Shippensburg 63, Edinboro 55 at Edinboro, PA January 10, 2007 Edinboro (7-6) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow team Totals Shippensburg ( 10-5) Jenny Cunningham, f Lauren Beckley, f Shanna Oaddams, c Samantha Ramus, g Megan Fogle, g Elise Mercer Michelle Metz Phylicia Bessick Kendra Lehman team Totals

fg-fga 12-21 4-7 0-9 2-9 3-13 0-2 1-4 0-0 1-1

ft-fta 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 3-4 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0

23-66 8-9 ( 34.8%) ( 88.9%) fg-fga 2-4 4-10 5-9 1-2 6-12 1-1 0-1 3-7 0-2

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

22-48 16-27 ( 45.8%) ( 59.3%)

reb 12 7 1 5 2 0 5 0 0 5 37

pts 27 8 2 4 9 0 3 0 2

reb 7 5 9 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 38

pts 4 14 13 6 17 2 0 7 0

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HA LFTIME: Edinboro 34, Shippensburg 23 Three-point FGS: Edinboro 1-14 (Conklin 1-2, Boykin 0-1, Calderone 0-2, Reimer 0-3, Sherred 0-6) Shippensburg 3-10 (Fogle 2-4, Beckley 1-4, Metz 0-1, Bessick 0-1). Assists: Edinboro 9 (Reimer 4, Sherred 2), Shippensburg 8 (Beckley 3, Ramus 2). Steals: Edinboro 11 (Conklin 3, Sherred 3, Calderone 2, Reimer 2), Shippensburg 6 (Bessick 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 4 (Mardis 2), Shippensburg 6 (Cunningham 2, Lehman 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 19, Shippensburg 22.

Game 14

Mansfield 63, Edinboro 54 at Mansfield, PA January 13, 2007 Edinboro (7-7) Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Kelsey Conklin, f Samantha Reimer, g Rachel Johnson, f Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow team Totals Mansfield ( 7-7) Jessica Uhrich, f Emily Akins, f Jeanette Meacham, g Courtney Brooks, g

fg-fga 1-7 3-11 9-13 4-12 2-5 0-1 0-0 1-1 1-3

ft-fta 0-0 4-4 5-5 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

21-53 10-11 ( 39.6%) ( 90.9%) fg-fga 2-10 4-8 3-5 4-9

ft-fta 2-4 0-0 4-5 6-8

reb 4 5 11 4 6 0 0 1 0 1 32

pts 2 10 23 10 4 1 0 2 2

reb 9 6 7 2

pts 6 10 11 14

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2006-07 Box Scores Mallory Hafer, g Katie Akins Kelli Eastman Brittany Reed Clarissa Correll Merissa Gaeta team Totals

4-11 0-0 0-1 0-0 3-4 1-4

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-6 0-2

21-52 15-25 ( 40.4%) ( 60.0%)

1 1 0 3 2 3 2 36

11 0 0 0 9 2 63

HA LFTIME: Edinboro 30, Mansfield 24 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 2-15 (Reimer 2-5, Conklin 0-2, Sherred 0-3, Calderone 0-5), Mansfield 6-15 (Hafer 3-6, E. Akins 2-3, Meacham 1-1, Gaeta 0-1, Brooks 0-4). Assists: Edinboro 15 (Calderone 7, Reimer 4), Mansfield 12 (Uhrich 5, Brooks 3, Correll 3). Steals: Edinboro 8 (Conklin 5, Reimer 2), Mansfield 10 (Brooks 4, Uhrich 2, Correll 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 3 (Conklin, Mardis, Trotter), Mansfield 0. Turnovers: Edinboro 17, Mansfield 15.

Game 15

Edinboro 66, Bloomsburg 54 at Bloomsburg, PA January 14, 2007 Edinboro (8-7) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Samantha Reimer, g Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow team Totals Bloomsburg ( 5-10) Gabe Miskinis, f Colleen Kegerreis, c Nicole Boone, g Kirby Johnson, g Laura Lyons, g Sarah Griffin Kelly Joyce team Totals

fg-fga 3-6 4-8 4-8 5-9 4-17 0-1 1-1 0-0 3-8

ft-fta 4-8 0-0 4-4 0-0 6-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

24-58 14-18 ( 41.4%) ( 77.8%) fg-fga 4-7 6-12 0-2 5-16 5-9 0-0 3-8

ft-fta 0-1 1-1 1-3 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0

23-54 5-8 ( 42.6%) ( 62.5%)

reb 2 6 3 6 6 0 2 2 1 7 35

pts 10 8 14 12 14 0 2 0 6

reb 13 5 1 2 1 0 2 8 32

pts 9 14 1 10 14 0 6

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HA LFTIME: Edinboro 66, Bloomsburg 54 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 4-11 (Reimer 2-3, Sherred 2-4, Conklin 0-1, Michalow 0-1, Calderone 0-2) Bloomsburg 3-11 (Kegerreis 1-1, Lyons 1-2, Miskinis 1-3, Boone 0-1, Johnson 0-1, Joyce 0-3). Assists: Edinboro 13 (Calderone 7, Sherred 3), Bloomsburg 15 (Lyons 5, Joyce 4). Steals: Edinboro 13 (Calderone 5, Sherred 2, Conklin 2, Reimer 2), Bloomsburg 6 (six with one). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 5 (Michalow 3), Bloomsburg 6 (Kegerreis 4, Joyce 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 16, Bloomsburg 19.

Game 16

Slippery Rock 64, Edinboro 61 at Edinboro, PA January 17, 2007 Edinboro (8-8) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow team Totals

fg-fga 4-11 3-3 3-9 4-16 5-11 0-4 1-1 0-0 0-2

ft-fta 2-4 4-6 0-0 6-6 1-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

20-57 14-19 ( 35.1%) ( 73.7%)

reb 4 5 2 5 1 3 2 4 0 4 30

pts 11 10 9 15 13 1 2 0 0 61

Slipper y Rock (7-9) Nijha McNeely, f Amanda Nero, g Nikki Presto, g Jessica Schake, g Chere’ Marshall, g Kara Spagnola Amanda Chojnacki Haley Gaidosh Dana Stewart Amanda Kaufman KellyAnn Staudinger team Totals

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

ft-fta 5-9 5-6 1-2 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0

23-52 16-24 (44.2%) (66.7%)

reb 11 3 8 4 2 0 4 4 1 1 0 4 42

pts 11 8 10 9 8 2 4 7 2 3 0 64

HALFTIME: Edinboro 26, Slippery Rock 42 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 7-22 (Sherred 3-9, Reimer 2-6, Conklin 1-2, Calderone 1-4, Boykin 0-1), Slippery Rock 2-3 (Presto 1-1, Nero 1-2). A ssists: Edinboro 11 (Calderone 5, Reimer 4), Slippery Rock 14 (Marshall 5, Presto 4). Steals: Edinboro 7 (Conklin 3, Calderone 2), Slippery Rock 4 (four with one). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 6 (Mardis 3, Sherred 2), Slippery Rock 2 (Marshall 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 13, Slippery Rock 18.

Game 17

Indiana(Pa.) 78, Edinboro 56 at Indiana, PA January 20, 2007 Edinboro ( 8-9) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow team Totals Indiana(Pa) ( 12-5) Hillary Shope, f Staci Heberling, f Kierstin Filla, g Kylie Miller, g Katie Glaws, g Jahzinga Tracey Erika Hess Lauren Fisher Sejla Borovina Krista Nordby team Totals

fg-fga 5-13 0-2 3-11 8-21 3-14 1-3 0-2 0-0 1-5

ft-fta 1-1 0-0 1-2 6-6 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

21-71 9-11 (29.6%) (81.8%) fg-fga 0-4 6-8 4-8 1-3 2-10 7-17 0-0 4-11 0-0 0-0

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

24-61 27-34 (39.3%) (79.4%)

reb 6 3 4 4 6 1 3 1 6 3 37

pts 12 0 9 23 8 2 0 0 2

reb 6 5 7 2 5 15 1 9 1 0 2 53

pts 7 15 8 4 12 19 0 12 0 1

Samantha Reimer Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow team Totals Lock Haven ( 9-10) Kristen Kudrick, f Ginger Williams, f Elizabeth Gabrielle, g Candace Sillers, g Ilia Lopez, g Malika Miller Jasmin May Kara Waltenbaugh Marqietta Booth Lauren Kelshaw Michelle Mitchell Connie Derzack Evelyn Wynn team Totals

3-7 0-0 0-2

10-15 0-0 0-0

22-55 20-40 ( 40.0%) ( 50.0%) fg-fga 1-2 10-21 0-4 3-11 2-8 0-2 2-6 0-1 0-0 0-4 0-0 0-2 0-0

ft-fta 0-0 9-14 0-0 0-1 6-6 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2

18-61 16-25 ( 29.5%) ( 64.0%)

2 1 1 2 41

17 0 0

reb 5 20 3 0 8 0 3 2 1 2 0 1 1 7 53

pts 2 29 0 6 10 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0

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HA LFTIME: Edinboro 28, Lock Haven 18 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5-15 (Calderone 3-5, Reimer 1-1, Sherred 1-7, Conklin 0-2) Lock Haven 0-5 (Gabrielle 0-1, Miller 0-1, Kelshaw 0-1, Lopez 0-2). Assists: Edinboro 14 (Sherred 4, Reimer 4), Lock Haven 9 (Gabrielle 3, Sillers 2). Steals: Edinboro 16 (Conklin 6, Reimer 4, Calderone 3), Lock Haven 11 (Lopez 5, Gabrielle 2, Miller 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 3 (Mardis 2), Lock Haven 5 (Williams 2). Turnovers: Edinboro 20, Lock Haven 27.

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HALFTIME: Indiana(Pa.) 38, Edinboro 25 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5-17 (Sherred 2-7, Conklin 1-2, Reimer 1-2, Calderone 1-4, Boykin 0-1, Michalow 0-1), Indiana(Pa.) 3-11 (Glaws 2-6, Fisher 1-2, Tracey 0-1, Shope 02). A ssists: Edinboro 10 (Calderone 3, Mardis 3), Indiana(Pa.) 14 (Miller 4, Fisher 4, Glaws 3). Steals: Edinboro 8 (Calderone 2, Reimer 2), Indiana(Pa.) 11 (Miller 3). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 6 (Michalow 4), Indiana(Pa.) 1 (Shope). Turnovers: Edinboro 19, Indiana(Pa.) 18.

Game 18

Edinboro 69, Lock Haven 52 at Lock Haven, PA January 27, 2007 Edinboro ( 9-9) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Jen Boykin, g Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Kim Mardis

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fg-fga 7-16 3-5 0-0 4-12 5-12 0-1

ft-fta 1-6 2-6 1-4 0-1 6-8 0-0

reb 7 8 4 5 9 2

pts 15 8 1 9 19 0

Rae Sherred not only averaged 9.3 ppg., but was an excellent defensive performer.

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2006-07 Box Scores Game 19

Game 20

Game 22

Edinboro 55, Clarion 50

Edinboro 77, California(Pa.) 59

Slippery Rock 52, Edinboro 43

at Clarion, PA January 29, 2007

at Edinboro, PA January 31, 2007

at Slippery Rock, PA February 7, 2007

Edinboro (10-9) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Jen Boykin, g Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Kim Mardis Samantha Reimer Agnieszka Michalow team Totals Clarion (6-13) Jessica Albanese, f April Gratton, f My’Kea Cohill, g Ashley Grim, g Katrina Greer, g Jessica Skeggs Bethany Koch Sara Pratt Janelle Zabresky Katie Stover team Totals

fg-fga 4-7 3-9 1-1 3-10 8-16 0-1 1-5 0-2

ft-fta 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 5-6 0-0 5-6 0-0

20-51 11-16 ( 39.2%) ( 68.8%) fg-fga 6-10 2-8 1-11 3-8 2-6 0-0 1-3 3-5 1-2 0-0

ft-fta 0-0 7-8 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0

19-53 12-16 ( 35.8%) ( 75.0%)

reb 11 7 0 7 4 1 3 1

pts 9 6 2 8 22 0 8 0

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reb 7 3 5 6 2 0 2 4 1 4 2 36

pts 12 11 2 6 7 0 2 8 2 0 50

HA LFTIME: Edinboro 30, Clarion 20 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 4-12 (Sherred 2-4, Calderone 1-2, Reimer 1-4, Conklin 0-1, Michalow 0-1), Clarion 0-7 (Cohill 01, Grimm 0-1, Gratton 0-1, Greer 0-4). Assists: Edinboro 7 (Calderone 4, Reimer 2), Clarion 13 (Grimm 3, Albanese 3, Gratton 3). Steals: Edinboro 9 (Johnson 4, Boykin 3), Clarion 10 (Albanese 3). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 2 (Johnson, Michalow), Clarion 2 (Cohill, Pratt). Turnovers: Edinboro 16, Clarion 15.

Edinboro ( 11-9) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Jen Boykin, g Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Kim Mardis Samantha Reimer Jessica Trotter Agnieszka Michalow team Totals California(Pa.) ( 13-7) April Smith, f Lindsay Johnson, f Brooque Williams, g Bre Dillon, g Keris Timol, g Dani Mills Danielle Dukes Amanda Evans Jaleesa Coleman team Totals

fg-fga 4-8 6-10 0-0 3-5 7-18 2-2 3-6 0-0 0-0

ft-fta 5-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-10 0-0 8-8 0-0 0-0

25-49 22-26 (51.0%) (84.6%) fg-fga 5-8 3-12 5-12 3-16 2-7 1-5 0-0 0-0 2-5

ft-fta 4-6 0-0 5-6 0-0 3-6 3-6 0-0 0-0 1-3

21-65 16-27 (32.3%) (59.3%)

reb 8 6 3 1 3 2 4 0 0 8 35

pts 13 12 0 6 26 4 16 0 0

reb 13 4 5 2 4 3 0 1 1 6 39

pts 14 6 15 7 7 5 0 0 5

Edinboro (12-10) Jen Boykin, g Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Kim Mardis Samantha Reimer Agnieszka Michalow team Totals

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HALFTIME: Edinboro 42, California(Pa.) 24 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5-8 (Calderone 3-5, Reimer 2-2, Sherred 0-1), Cal(Pa.) 1-9 (Dillon 1-6, Williams 0-1, Johnson 02). Assists: Edinboro 12 (Reimer 3, Calderone 3), Cal.(Pa.) 9 (Timol 3, Dillon 3). Steals: Edinboro 11 (Conklin 6, Johnson 3), Cal.(Pa.) 5 (Dillon 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 4 (Mardis 3), Cal.(Pa.) 4 (Timol 4). Turnovers: Edinboro 19, Cal.(Pa.) 18.

Slipper y Rock ( 9-13) Nijha McNeely, c Amanda Nero, g Nikki Presto, g Jessica Schake, g Chere Marshall, g Kara Spagnola Alissa Schake Amanda Chojnacki Dana Stewart Amanda Kaufman KellyAnn Staudinger team Totals

fg-fga 0-1 4-12 2-17 2-9 1-2 0-1 2-9 0-1

ft-fta 1-2 8-8 1-2 2-2 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

11-52 15-18 ( 21.2%) ( 83.3%) fg-fga 4-5 5-13 1-5 1-3 3-4 0-0 0-1 2-5 0-1 1-3 1-1

ft-fta 3-3 1-2 0-1 2-2 5-6 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2

18-41 14-18 ( 43.9%) ( 77.8%)

reb 1 4 4 7 3 2 0 1 11 33

pts 1 20 6 6 5 0 5 0

reb 6 2 4 0 3 1 1 6 5 2 3 5 38

pts 11 13 2 4 11 0 0 6 0 2 3

43

52

HA LFTIME: Edinboro 20, Slippery Rock 15 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 6-26 (Sherred 4-10, Reimer 1-5, Calderone 1-10, Conklin 0-1), Slippery Rock 2-8 (Nero 2-5, Schake 0-1, Presto 0-2). A ssists: Edinboro 7 (Calderone 5), Slippery Rock 7 (Staudinger 3, Chojnacki 2). Steals: Edinboro 9 (Calderone 5), Slippery Rock 9 (Marshall 3, Presto 3). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 3 (Conklin 2), Slippery Rock 2 (Stewart, Nero). Turnovers: Edinboro 19, Slippery Rock 22.

Game 21

Edinboro 65, Shippensburg 53 at Shippensburg, PA February 3, 2007 Edinboro ( 12-9) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Jen Boykin, g Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Kim Mardis Samantha Reimer team Totals Shippensburg ( 14-8) Jenny Cunningham, f Lauren Beckley, f Shanna Oaddams, c Elise Mercer, g Megan Fogle, g Erin Cooper Samantha Ramus Michelle Metz Phylicia Bessick team Totals

Kelly Calderone led the Fighting Scots in scoring at 18.3 ppg. and earned first team All-PSAC West honors.

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fg-fga 2-10 5-11 1-2 5-10 7-15 0-1 4-8

Indiana(Pa.) 78, Edinboro 66 at Edinboro, PA February 10, 2007

ft-fta 2-4 1-1 0-0 0-0 3-6 0-0 3-4

24-57 9-15 (42.1%) (60.0%) fg-fga 7-15 5-12 3-12 1-5 1-5 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-3

Game 23

ft-fta 3-5 2-3 4-8 0-0 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-4

18-54 14-25 (33.3%) (56.0%)

reb 10 8 0 4 1 4 0 2 29

pts 6 11 2 13 19 0 14

reb 14 6 16 1 3 1 1 0 3 5 50

pts 17 15 10 2 5 0 0 0 4

65

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HALFTIME: Edinboro 34, Shippensburg 24 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 8-16 (Reimer 3-5, Sherred 3-7, Calderone 2-3, Conklin 0-1), Shippensburg 3-11 (Beckley 3-6, Bessick 0-1, Cunningham 0-2, Fogle 0-2). A ssists: Edinboro 14 (Conklin 5, Calderone 4, Sherred 3), Shippensburg 9 (four with 2). Steals: Edinboro 9 (Conklin 3, Johnson 2, Sherred 2), Shippensburg 5 (Oaddams 2, Beckley 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 8 (Mardis 7), Shippensburg 5 (Cunningham 4). Turnovers: Edinboro 13, Shippensburg 23.

Edinboro (12-11) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Kim Mardis, c Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Jen Boykin Samantha Reimer Agnieszka Michalow team Totals Indiana( Pa.) ( 17-6) Staci Heberling, f Jahzinga Tracey, f Lauren Fisher, g Kylie Miller, g Katie Glaws,g Kierstin Filla Sejla Borovina Hillary Shope team Totals

fg-fga 8-12 7-9 0-1 1-6 2-8 0-1 7-15 0-0

ft-fta 4-5 1-2 0-0 1-2 6-7 0-0 0-0 0-0

25-52 12-16 ( 48.1%) ( 75.0%) fg-fga 3-7 8-14 5-11 2-5 4-6 2-4 0-0 3-7

ft-fta 1-2 5-7 2-3 0-0 4-6 4-4 0-0 2-2

27-54 18-24 ( 50.0%) ( 75.0%)

reb 7 4 2 5 7 0 1 0 3 29

pts 20 15 0 3 11 0 17 0

reb 1 7 7 1 8 2 0 0 5 31

pts 7 22 13 4 15 8 0 9

66

78

HA LFTIME: Indiana(Pa.) 38, Edinboro 29 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 4-16 (Michalow 3-8, Calderone 13, Sherred 0-4, Conklin 0-1), IUP 6-9 (Glaws 3-3, Fisher 1-1, Tracey 1-2, Shope 1-3). A ssists: Edinboro 15 (Calderone 8), IUP 16 (Fisher 5, Filla 5, Glaws 3). Steals: Edinboro 7 (Johnson 3), IUP 14 (Tracey 4, Fisher 3, Glaws 3). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 1 (Mardis), IUP 1 (Fisher). Turnovers: Edinboro 27, IUP 21.

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2006-07 Box Scores Edinboro 78, Lock Haven 56

(Calderone 3), Pitt Johnstown 4 (Oaks 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 3 (Conklin, Johnson, Mardis), Pitt-Johnstown 1 (Krischer). Turnovers: Edinboro 15, Pitt Johnstown 19.

at Edinboro, PA February 17, 2007

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Game 24

Edinboro (13-11) Kelsey Conlin, f Rachel Johnson, f Jen Boykin, g Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Kim Mardis Samantha Reimer Jessica Trotter Anges Michalow team Totals Lock Haven( 11-14) Kristen Kudrick, f Ginger Williams, f Elizabeth Gabrielle, g Candace Sillers, g Ilia Lopez, g Malika Miller Jasmin May Kara Waltenbaugh Marqietta Booth Lauren Kelshaw Michelle Mitchell team Totals

fg-fga 4-12 1-2 0-0 4-15 9-19 0-0 5-12 0-2 0-0

ft-fta 6-9 0-0 2-2 5-5 3-3 0-2 10-12 0-0 0-0

23-62 26-33 ( 37.1%) ( 78.8%) fg-fga 5-7 1-13 4-11 6-10 0-7 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-3 3-10

ft-fta 1-2 2-6 2-2 0-0 5-6 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2

20-64 13-22 ( 31.3%) ( 59.1%)

reb 5 5 2 12 4 6 7 2 0 10 53

pts 14 2 2 16 21 0 23 0 0

reb 9 6 4 3 2 0 4 0 0 0 7 4 39

pts 11 4 11 13 5 1 1 0 0 2 8

78

56

HA LFTIME: Edinboro 32, Lock Haven 30 Three-point FGSs Edinboro 6-18 (Reimer 3-5, Rae Sherred 39, Conklin 0-1, Calderone 0-3), Lock Haven 3-12 (Sillers 1-1, Mitchell 1-2, Gabrielle 1-3, Kelshaw 0-1, Lopez 0-5). Assists: Edinboro 11 (Calderone 9), Lock Haven 11 (Gabrielle 5, Sillers 3). Steals: Edinboro 11 (Conklin 5, Calderone 3), Lock Haven 9 (Kudrick 2, Williams 2, Gabrielle 2). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 9 (Mardis 4, Michalow 2), Lock Haven 5 (Williams 4). Turnovers: Edinboro 21, Lock Haven 18.

Game 25

Pitt-Johnstown 73, Edinboro 65 at Johnstown, PA February 18, 2007 Edinboro (13-12) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Jen Boykin Kim Mardis team Totals

fg-fga 4-8 2-3 3-8 12-21 4-11 0-1 0-4

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Edinboro 78, Clarion 66

Indiana(Pa.) 81, Edinboro 58

at Edinboro, PA February 21, 2007 Edinboro ( 14-12) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Agnieszka Michalow team Totals Clarion ( 8-17) Jessica Albanese, f Sara Pratt, f My’Kea Cohill, g Ashley Grimm, g Katrina Greer, g Jessica Skeggs Bethany Koch Leah Shrift Janelle Zabresky Katie Stover April Gratton team Totals

fg-fga 9-14 5-10 5-8 7-15 4-9 0-1 1-1 1-1

ft-fta 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-2 6-7 0-0 0-0 0-0

32-59 9-11 (54.2%) (81.8%) fg-fga 4-9 4-7 4-9 3-8 4-11 0-0 0-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 3-7

ft-fta 4-4 2-2 0-0 1-1 6-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-4

24-55 16-17 (43.6%) (94.1%)

18 (Dillon 7, Johnson 6). Steals: Edinboro 7 (Calderone 2, Boykin 2), California(Pa.) 10 (Timol 3, Nowakowski 3). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 3 (Sherred 2), California(Pa.) 7 (Nowakowski 3). Turnovers: Edinboro 22, California(Pa.) 21.

reb 6 6 1 6 5 0 2 1 0 27

pts 18 10 16 15 15 0 2 2

reb 3 5 3 4 5 0 0 0 1 1 3 9 34

pts 12 10 9 8 14 0 0 0 4 0 9

78

66

HALFTIME: Edinboro 41, Clarion 23 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5-9 (Sherred 4-6, Reimer 1-2, Calderone 0-1), Clarion 2-8 (Grimm 1-1, Cohill 1-3, Gratton 01, Greer 0-3). Assists: Edinboro 19 (Calderone 7, Reimer 6), Clarion 13 (Grimm 7, Greer 3). Steals: Edinboro 13 (Conklin 7, Sherred 3), Clarion 3 (Pratt, Grimm Greer). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 8 (Sherred 3), Clarion 5 (Pratt 4). Turnovers: Edinboro 12, Clarion 18.

Game 27

PSAC Playoffs -- Quarterfinals at Indiana, PA February 27, 2007 Edinboro (14-14) Kelsey Conklin, f Jen Boykin, g Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter Anges Michalow Rachel Johnson team Totals Indiana( Pa) ( 20-8) Staci Heberling, f Jahzinga Tracey, f Kierstin Filla, g Kylie Miller, g Katie Glaws, g Erika Hess Lauren Fisher Sejla Borovina Krista Nordby Hillary Shope team Totals

fg-fga 3-6 1-2 3-9 5-18 2-12 0-1 0-0 0-0 7-9

ft-fta 3-7 0-0 1-2 5-6 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

21-57 11-17 ( 36.8%) ( 64.7%) fg-fga 4-7 9-15 3-11 4-8 1-12 1-1 2-5 0-0 1-2 7-9

ft-fta 1-1 2-3 2-3 1-1 2-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-2 2-2

32-70 13-16 ( 45.7%) ( 81.3%)

reb 10 3 4 3 4 3 1 2 5 5 40

pts 9 3 8 17 7 0 0 0 14

reb 4 9 2 4 10 0 4 2 0 1 4 40

pts 9 20 8 9 5 2 5 0 5 18

58

81

HA LFTIME: Edinboro 23, Indiana(Pa.) 22 Three-point FGSs Edinboro 5-19 (Calderone 2-6, Boykin 1-1, Sherred 1-6, Reimer 1-6), IUP 4-8 (Shope 2-3, Nordby 1-1, Glaws 1-2, Heberling 0-1, Tracey 0-1). A ssists: Edinboro 9 (Reimer 5, Calderone 3), IUP 13 (Fisher 6, Filla 5). Steals: Edinboro 8 (Sherred 2, Calderone 2, Reimer 2), IUP 9 (Tracey 3). Blocked Shots: Edinboro 7 (Conklin 2, Michalow 2), IUP 6 (Tracey 4). Turnovers: Edinboro 22, IUP 13.

California(Pa.) 67, Edinboro 45 ft-fta 2-4 0-0 0-0 3-4 5-5 0-0 0-0

25-56 10-13 ( 44.6%) ( 76.9%)

Pitt Johnstown (16-6) fg-fga ft-fta Lindsey Cale, f 1-7 2-2 Jessica Zapf, f 7-11 6-8 Sarah Priest, c 0-0 0-0 Allison Krischer, g 5-11 9-10 Chelsea McKinney, g 0-1 1-2 Jill Maurer 0-0 0-0 Lindsey McCombie 1-2 0-0 Jami Oaks 4-8 4-4 Kristin Irwin 1-3 2-2 Krista Britcher 2-2 1-2 team Totals 21-45 25-30 ( 46.7%) ( 83.3%)

reb 6 3 4 4 1 0 0 5 23

pts 10 4 7 30 14 0 0

reb 7 10 0 3 3 0 3 4 0 1 5 36

pts 5 20 0 22 1 0 2 14 4 5

65

73

HA LFTIME: Pitt Johnstown 28, Edinboro 26 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 5-21 (Calderone 3-8, Sherred 1-5, Reimer 1-7, Boykin 0-1), Pitt-Johnstown 6-8 (Krischer 3-4, Oaks 2-3, Cale 1-1). Assists: Edinboro 11 (Calderone 4), PittJohnstown 14 (Krischer 4, Cale 3). Steals: Edinboro 10

at Hamer Hall, PA February 24, 2007 Edinboro ( 14-13) Kelsey Conklin, f Rachel Johnson, f Rae Sherred, g Kelly Calderone, g Samantha Reimer, g Jen Boykin Kim Mardis Jessica Trotter team Totals California(Pa.) ( 19-8) April Smith, f Kim Nowakowski, f Dani Mills, g Bre Dillion, g Keris Timol, g Lindsay Johnson Brooque Williams Amanda Evans team Totals

fg-fga 4-8 2-5 1-9 3-12 2-14 2-6 0-1 0-0

ft-fta 2-2 1-1 3-4 4-6 3-5 1-2 0-0 0-0

14-55 14-20 (25.5%) (70.0%) fg-fga 5-9 8-15 4-9 5-12 1-2 3-6 1-8 0-0

ft-fta 2-4 4-6 2-3 0-0 1-4 0-0 3-4 0-0

27-61 12-21 (44.3%) (57.1%)

reb 6 4 5 5 4 3 0 0 8 35

pts 10 5 6 12 7 5 0 0

reb 10 12 0 2 7 3 6 1 7 48

pts 12 20 10 11 3 6 5 0

45

67

HALFTIME: Edinboro 27, California(Pa.) 26 Three-point FGs: Edinboro 3-16 (Calderone 2-5, Sherred 1-6, Boykin 0-1, Reimer 0-4), California(Pa.) 1-6 (Dillon 1-4, Johnson 0-2). Assists: Edinboro 7 (Reimer 5), California (Pa.)

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Jen Boykin’s defense provided a spark down the stretch.

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Edinboro Women’s Basketball 2007-08

Kelly Calderone Completes Outstanding Career Kelly Calderone joined the

Edinboro women’s basketball program in the 2004-05 season after transferring from Division I University at Buffalo. As it turned out, the 5’7” guard was everything head coach Stan Swank expected and then some. When it was all said and done, Calderone was a three-time All-PSAC West selection who would move into fourth place in career scoring with 1,460 points, while setting career records for free throws made and career free throw percentage.

She previously was a first team choice as a junior, and earned second team honors as a sophomore in her first year as a Fighting Scot.

DEADLY AT THE CHARITY STRIPE As mentioned, Calderone departs not only holding the Edinboro record for career free throw percentage, but also the PSAC record at 85.9 percent. She set the season record for free throw percentage in 2005-06, making 145 of 165 (87.9 percent). Finally, she set the record for consecutive free throws made a year ago. The record was 46 in a row, started in 2005-06 and finished in 2006-07. Later in the year Calderone added a streak of 28 in a row.

PLENTY OF SPOTS IN THE RECORD BOOK Calderone was a player who contributed in a number of ways, and it showed when it comes to the career rankings. She completed her career fourth in career scoring (1,460 points), while setting the career record for free throws made (415) and career free throw percentage (.859). The latter figure also ranks first all-time in the PSAC. She also stands fourth in career free throws attempted (485), is fourth in career three-pointers made (153), and fifth in career three-pointers attempted (446). Throw in the fact that she ranks 11th in career steals (195) and 13th in career assists (263), and she had a busy career. Finally, her career scoring average of 16.8 ppg. ranks third.

CAPS CAREER WITH NANCY ACKER AWARD AND NCAA DEGREE COMPLETION AWARD Her career concluded, Calderone received the ultimate honor at Edinboro when she was voted the Nancy Acker Award winner, given to the outstanding senior female athlete. Later in the summer she would receive another award, this one from the NCAA when she was awarded an NCAA Degree Completion Award. The award is designed to financially assist student-athletes who have completed their eligibility and are within 30 hours of degree completion. Calderone is completing work on her degree in Nursing.

CALDERONE COMPLETES AMBRIDGE CONNECTION With Calderone’s departure, the tremendous trio of Ambridge High School players at Edinboro is complete. Back in 2001 Swank brought in Jodi Calderone, Kelly’s older sister. Next came Callie Iorfido, and then in 2004 Kelly joined the Fighting Scots, in time to team with her sister to help Edinboro to an 18-10 record. The following year the backcourt tandem of Calderone and Iorfido led Edinboro to a 21-10 finish and a berth in the NCAA Playoffs. Both players were accorded first team All-PSAC West honors. All told, the trio of Ambridge players combined to score 3,232 points.

ONE OF THREE THREE-TIME ALL-PSAC SELECTIONS Calderone became just the third Fighting Scot to earn All-PSAC honors three times in her career after being named to the first team a year ago.

Kelly Calderone concluded her career fourth in career scoring with 1,460 points and set school career records for free throws made (415) and free throw percentage (.856).

Kelly Calderone’s Career Year 2003-04* 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

G-GS 26-3 28-28 31-31 28-28

Edinboro 87-87 Career 113-90

FG-F GA 36-105 137-360 147-387 162-408

P c t. .343 .381 .380 .397

446-1155 .386 482-1260 .383

3FG-3FGA 18-61 59-168 58-166 36-112

P c t. .295 .351 .349 .321

F T-F TA 42-49 117-138 145-165 153-182

P c t. .857 .848 .879 .841

Reb. 51 79 123 137

A vg . 2.0 2.8 4.0 4.9

A TO 26 45 66 79 73 88 124 125

BL 3 5 6 4

ST 21 64 58 73

PF -D 38-0 79-2 82-0 81-1

P ts. 132 450 497 513

A vg . 5.1 16.1 16.0 18.3

153-446 171-507

.343 .337

415-485 457-534

.856 .856

339 390

3.9 3.5

263 292 289 337

15 195 18 216

242-3 280-3

1460 1592

16.8 14.1

*University at Buffalo

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The Record Book

Section Contents Year-by-Year Records ................................32 Edinboro in 100-Point Games ..................32 Individual & Team Records ......................33 Career Records ....................................34-35 Season Records ..................................36-37 1,000-Point Club ................................38-39 Yearly Leaders ....................................40-41 All-Time Scores ....................................42-45 All-Time vs. Opponents ............................46 Edinboro All-Americans............................47 The Honor Roll ........................................48 All-Time Team ..........................................48 Edinboro in the NCAA Playoffs................48


Edinboro Women’s Basketball 2007-08

Year-by-Year Records Year W L Pct. Coach The Judy Sauer Era (160-68, 14 years)

Year

1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80

The Stan Swank Era (321-209, 19 years)

5 6 7 8 5 5 10 7 17 20 17 13 18 22

0 2 1 2 4 3 0 4 6 6 7 12 9 12

1.000 .750 .875 .800 .556 .625 1.000 .636 .739 .769 .708 .520 .667 .647

Judy Sauer Judy Sauer Judy Sauer Judy Sauer Judy Sauer Judy Sauer Judy Sauer Judy Sauer Judy Sauer Judy Sauer Judy Sauer Judy Sauer Judy Sauer Judy Sauer

The Kathleen Lipkovich Era (28-41, 3 years) 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

11 5 12

16 14 11

.407 .263 .521

Kathleen Lipkovich Kathleen Lipkovich Kathleen Lipkovich

The Monica Pellman Era (43-56, 4 years) 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86

13 10 11

12 15 14

.520 .400 .440

Monica Pellman Monica Pellman Monica Pellman

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

W

L

Pct.

9

15

.375

14 21 27 8 22 18 10 15 15 24 23 16 13 17 12 16 18 18 21 14

11 6 3 19 8 12 15 11 13 9 8 10 14 10 14 12 10 10 10 14

.560 .778 .900 .296 .733 .600 .400 .577 .536 .727 .742 .615 .481 .630 .461 .571 .643 .643 .677 .500

41 Seasons 613

384

.615

Coach Monica Pellman Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank

4 Head Coaches

Edinboro in 100-Point Games Opponent Fredonia State Gannon Gannon Mercyhurst Jamestown CC Buffalo State Gannon Indiana(Pa.) Gannon Jamestown CC Jamestown CC Akron Maryland Clarion St. Bonaventure West Virginia Penn State Mercyhurst Shippensburg St. Leo Dyke Fairmont State Clarion Cheyney Clarion Salem-Teikyo Kutztown

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W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, W, L, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, W,

Score 104-25 109-42 129-31 101-24 100-42 103-27 120-22 118-86 105-69 116-23 115-28 103-62 70-104 104-62 103-54 90-101 40-100 103-57 102-70 106-50 107-83 103-66 101-56 110-86 80-105 110-70 110-72

Year 1974-75 1974-75 1975-76 1975-76 1976-77 1976-77 1976-77 1976-77 1977-78 1977-78 1977-78 1977-78 1979-80 1979-80 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1987-88 1987-88 1988-89 1988-89 1989-90 1989-90 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1991-92

Opponent Seton Hill Florida Inst. of Tech. Clarion Lock Haven Michigan-Dearborn Ohio Dominican Clarion Clarion Lake Erie Seton Hill Mansfield Mansfield Lock Haven IUPU-Ft. Wayne Seton Hill California(Pa.) Lock Haven Seton Hill Westminster Point Park LaRoche Pitt-Bradford Bridgeport Columbia Union Clarion Daemen Georgian Court

W, L, W, W, W, W, L, L, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W,

Score 111-65 111-125 113-100 105-82 104-76 113-72 84-105 81-104 110-47 112-83 110-54 110-64 104-75 90-106 107-58 119-116 3ot 108-80 101-63 113-72 101-72 103-51 101-46 115-21 119-33 100-79 101-62 120-57

Year 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 2003-04

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Individual & Team Records Individual Game

M ost P oints: 41 by Amy Rapelje vs. Kutztown, 1995-96; Shauna Nevel vs. IUPU Fort Wayne, 1995-96; Tina Skidmore vs. Clarion, 1980-81 M ost F ield Goals M ade: 18 by Amy Rapelje vs. Kutztown, 1995-96; by Tina Skidmore vs. Clarion, 1980-81 M ost F ield Goals A t tempted: 38 by Shauna Nevel vs. IUPU-Fort Wayne, 1995-96 M ost F ree Throw s M ade: 16 by Jessica Rowe vs. California(Pa.), 1999-2000; 15 by Kelly Calderone vs. Indiana(Pa.), 2005-06, and vs. Lock Haven, 2005-06 M ost F ree Throw s A t tempt ed: 22 by Jessica Rowe vs. California(Pa.), 1999-2000 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: 10 by Krystal Henson vs. Columbia Union, 2001-02 M ost 3-Point Field Goals A tt empt ed: 17 by Meghan Miller vs. California(Pa.), 199697; by Mari Hollman vs. Slippery Rock, 1990-91; by Krystal Henson vs. Indiana(Pa.), 2001-02 M ost Rebounds: 27 by Tammy Walker-Strode vs. West Liberty, 1991-92 M ost A ssist s: 16 by Callie Iorfido vs. Mercyhurst, 2004-05; by Andrea Martre vs. Shawnee State, 1989-90 M ost Turnov ers: 12 by Kelly Calderone vs. Millersville, 2006-07 M ost St eals: 12 by Pam Artman vs. Mansfield, 1994-95; 11 by Callie Iorfido vs. Bloomsburg, 2005-06 M ost Blocked Shot s: 7 by Kim Mardis vs. Shippensburg, 2006-07; by Agnieszka Michalow vs. Lock Haven, 2005-06

Season

M ost P oints: 691 by Tammy Walker-Strode, 1991-92 Highest Scoring Average: 23.6 by Marin Hightower, 1999-2000 M ost F ield Goals M ade: 288 by Tammy Walker-Strode, 1991-92 M ost F ield Goals A t tempted: 609 by Lori Dolby, 1979-80 Highest F ield Goal Percentage: .601 by Tammy Walker-Strode, 1991-92 (288 of 479) M ost 3-Point Field Goals Made: 88 by Krystal Henson, 2001-02 M ost 3-Point Field Goals A tt empt ed: 253 by Krystal Henson, 2002-03 Highest 3-P oint Field Goal Perc ent age: .462 by Jessica Rowe, 1999-2000 M ost F ree Throw s M ade: 153 by Kelly Calderone, 2006-07 M ost F ree Throw s A t tempt ed: 235 by Lachelle Crawl, 2002-03 Highest F ree Throw Perc ent age: .879 by Kelly Calderone, 2005-06 (145 of 165) M ost Rebounds: 473 by Heather Gates, 1996-97 Highest Rebounding Average: 14.5 by Tammy Walker-Strode, 1991-92 M ost A ssist s: 249 by Callie Iorfido, 2005-06 M ost St eals: 108 by Jeannine Jean-Pierre,

1992-93 Most Bloc ked Shot s: 76 by Terri Ayers, 1992-93 Most Games Play ed: 34 by Audrey Scott, 1979-80; Linda Shorter, 1979-80; Beth Tarasi, 1979-80

Career Most Point s: 1,846 by Jessica Rowe, 19962000 Highest Sc oring Average: 22.3 Tammy Walker-Strode, 1990-92 Most Field Goals Made: 698 by Sarah Bishop, 1986-90 Most Field Goals A tt empt ed: 1,604 by Jessica Rowe, 1996-2000 Highest Field Goal Percent age: .573 by Tammy Walker-Strode, 1990-92 (532 of 909) Most 3-Point Field Goals M ade: 275 by Krystal Henson, 1999-2003 Most 3-Point Field Goals A t t empted: 803 by Krystal Henson, 1999-2003 Highest 3-Point F ield Goal P ercentage: .377 by Meghan Miller, 1995-99 Most Free Throw s Made: 415 by Kelly Calderone, 2006-07 Most Free Throw s At t empted: 643 by Heather Gates, 1994-98 Highest Free Throw P ercent age: .856 by Kelly Calderone, 2004-07 (415 of 485) Most Rebounds: 1,301 by Heather Gates, 1994-98 Highest Rebounding Average: 13.6 by Tammy Walker-Strode, 1990-92 Most A ssist s: 682 by Callie Iorfido, 2002-06 Most Steals: 304 by Pam Artman, 1991-95 Most Bloc ked Shot s: 159 by Terri Ayers, 1990-93 Most Games Play ed: 117 by Heather Gates and Tami Piljuga, 1994-98

Team Game Most Points Scored: 129 vs. Gannon, 1975-76 Most Point s in a Half: 69 vs. Indiana(Pa.), 1976-77 Most Combined Point s: 236 vs. Florida Inst. of Technology (FIT 125, Edinboro 111), 1991-92 Few est Points Scored: 24 vs. Thiel, 1966-67 Larg est M ar gin of Vict or y: 98 vs. Gannon (Edinboro 120, Gannon 22), 1976-77; vs. Gannon (Edinboro 129, Gannon 31), 1975-76 Larg est M ar gin of Defeat : 60 vs. Penn State (Penn State 100, Edinboro 40), 1980-81 Most Field Goals Made: 60 vs. Gannon, 1975-76 Most Field Goals A tt empt ed: 113 vs. Florida Inst. of Technology, 1991-92 Highest Field Goal Percent age: .602 vs. Ohio Dominican, 1992-93 Most 3-Point Field Goals M ade: 16 vs. California(Pa.), 1996-97 Most 3-Point Field Goals A t t empted: 50 vs. California(Pa.), 1996-97

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Highest 3-P oint Field Goal Perc ent age: .800 vs. Ohio Valley, 1999-2000 (8 of 10) M ost Free Throw s M ade: 36 vs. California(Pa.), 1995-96 & 1999-2000 M ost Free Throw s A t tempt ed: 56 vs. California(Pa.), 1999-2000 Highest F ree Throw Perc ent age: 1.000 vs. Indiana(Pa.), 1996-97 (11 of 11) Most Rebounds: 82 vs. West Liberty, 1991-92 M ost Assists: 35 vs. Kutztown, 1991-92 M ost Turnov ers: 42 vs. Mercyhurst, 1990-91 M ost St eals: 35 vs. Mansfield, 1994-95 M ost Blocked Shot s: 10 vs. Point Park, 1990-91

Season M ost W ins: 27 in 1989-90 M ost Losses: 19 in 1990-91 Few est Wins: 5 in 1971-72, 1970-71 & 1966-67 F ew est Losses: 0 in 1972-73 and 1966-67 Highest W inning Percentage: 1.000 in 197273 (10-0) Low est W inning Percentage: .263 in 1981-82 (5-14) M ost Points Scored: 2,708 in 1991-92 Highest Scoring Av erage: 90.3 in 1991-92 M ost Field Goals M ade: 1,109 in 1991-92 M ost Field Goals A t tempted: 2,530 in 1979-80 Highest F ield Goal Percentage: .449 in 1991-92 M ost 3-Point F ield Goals M ade: 193 in 2001-02 M ost 3-Point F ield Goals A t tempt ed: 616 in 2002-03 Highest 3-P oint Field Goal Perc ent age: .404 in 1999-2000 M ost Free Throw s M ade: 568 in 1996-97 Most Free Throw s Attempted: 813 in 1996-97 Highest F ree Throw Perc ent age: .733 in 2006-07 M ost Rebounds: 1,676 in 1979-80 Highest Rebounding Average: 55.3 in 1991-92 M ost Assists: 705 in 1991-92 M ost Turnov ers: 641 in 1990-91 M ost St eals: 425 in 1992-93 M ost Blocked Shot s: 166 in 1975-76 M ost Games: 35 in 1996-97

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Career Records Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Jessica Rowe (1996-2000)........1846 Montique Wade (1986-90) ........1775 Sarah Bishop (1986-90) ............1652 Kelly Calderone (2004-07) ........1460 Meghan Miller (1995-99) ..........1426 Shauna Nevel (1992-96)............1384 Lori Montgomery (1992-96) ......1356 Tina Skidmore (1977-81) ..........1337 Heather Gates (1994-98) ..........1320 Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-92) ..1273 Krystal Henson (1999-2003) ....1263 Kelly Calderone (2004-07) ........1260 Marin Hightower (1997-2000)....1218 Maria DiVecchio (2002-06) ........1214 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1991-93)..1203 Audrey Scott (1976-80)..............1191 Ellen Mulligan (1980-84)............1169 Amy Rapelje (1994-98) ..............1105 Mary Ann Chilcott (1981-85)......1068 Lori Dolby (1977-80)..................1067 Lachelle Crawl (1999-2003) ......1034 Pam Artman (1991-95)..............1021 Sheilah Collins (1974-77) ..........1001 Callie Iorfido (2002-06)................932 Mary Beth Heise (1981-85) ........932

1. 2. 3. 4.

Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-92) 22.3 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1991-93) ..20.7 Kelly Calderone (2004-07) ..........16.8 Marin Hightower (1997-2000) ....16.7 Montique Wade (1986-90) ..........16.7 Marie Gilliland (1984-85) ............16.1 Jessica Rowe (1996-2000) ........15.9 Sarah Bishop (1986-90) ............15.7 Demetra Adams (1989-90) ........15.6 Desiree Alexander (1990-92) ......15.1 Latricia Brown (1994-96) ............14.9 Andrea Martre (1988-90)............14.7 Esther McCary (1980-81)............14.4 Sheilah Collins (1974-77) ..........14.0 Lori Dolby (1978-80) ..................13.9

Scoring Average Montique Wade

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

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

Heather Gates (1994-98)..........1,301 Montique Wade (1986-90) ........1,113 Tina Skidmore (1977-81) ............809 Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-92) ..777 Terri Ayers (1990-93) ..................721 Amy Rapelje (1994-98) ................716 Kim Vay (1998-2001) ..................704 Audrey Scott (1976-80)................654 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1991-93)....604 Maria DiVecchio (2002-06) ..........590 Sarah Bishop (1986-90) ..............565 Linda Shorter (1979-81) ..............564 Shauna Nevel (1992-96)..............552 Kate Kosewicz (1974-77) ............530 Ellen Mulligan (1980-84)..............528 Marin Hightower (1997-2000) ......520 Pam Artman (1991-95) ..............496 Toyia Giles (1988-90) ..................495 Dorina Esposito (1982-86) ..........490 Mag McCarthy (1971-75) ............490

Rebounding Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-92) 13.6 Heather Gates (1994-98)............11.1 Montique Wade (1986-90) ..........10.5 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1991-93) ..10.4 Mag McCarthy (1973-74)............10.2 Toyia Giles (1988-90)..................10.1 Linda Shorter (1979-81) ..............9.6 Kim Vay (1998-2001)....................8.8 Terri Ayers (1990-93) ....................8.3 Latricia Brown (1994-96) ..............7.7 Shelly Walker (1988-91)................7.7 Tina Skidmore (1977-78, ‘79-81)..7.6 Kate Kosewicz (1974-77)..............7.3 Francine Greco (1985-87) ............7.2 Amy Rapelje (1994-98) ................7.1

Field Goal Percentage (minimum 100 field goals made) 1. Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-92) (532-909) .................................. .573 2. Amy Rapelje (1994-98) (463-890) ................................. .520 3. Terri Ayers (1990-93) (330-746) ................................. .510 4. Rachel Johnson (2004-07) (113-222) .................................. .509 5. Toyia Giles (1988-90)(170-349).... .487 6. Sheilah Collins (1974-77) (375-777) .................................. .483 7. Marin Hightower (1997-2000) (483-1002)................................ .482 8. Maria DiVecchio (2002-06) (476-998) .................................. .477 Kim Vay (1998-2001) (147-305) ................................. .477 10. Rhani Rochon (1995-98) (141-292) ................................. .472

Field Goals Made 1. 2. 3. 4.

Sarah Bishop (1986-90) ..............698 Montique Wade (1986-90) ..........689 Jessica Rowe (1996-2000) ..........653 Lori Montgomery (1992-96) ........541 Shauna Nevel (1992-96)..............541 6. Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-92) ..521 7. Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1991-93)....500 8. Meghan Miller (1995-99) ............491 9. Marin Hightower (1997-2000) ......483 10. Maria DiVecchio (2002-06) ..........476 11. Amy Rapelje (1994-98) ................463 12. Heather Gates (1994-98) ............461 13. Kelly Calderone (2004-07) ..........446 Tina Skidmore (1977-78, ‘79-80) 446 15. Krystal Henson (1999-2003) ......407

Field Goals Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Jessica Rowe (1996-2000)........1604 Montique Wade (1986-90) ........1577 Sarah Bishop (1986-90) ............1506 Shauna Nevel (1992-96)............1397 Lori Montgomery (1992-96) ......1373 Meghan Miller (1995-99) ..........1296 Krystal Henson (1999-2003) ....1168 Kelly Calderone (2004-07) ........1155 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1991-93)..1152

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Career Records 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Pam Artman (1991-95)..............1060 Tina Skidmore(1977-78, ‘79-80)1005 Marin Hightower (1997-2000)....1002 Maria DiVecchio (2002-06) ..........998 Audrey Scott (1976-78, 79-80) ....993 Heather Gates (1994-98) ............984

Free Throw Percentage (minimun 100 attempts) 1. Kelly Calderone (2004-07) (415-485) ................................. 2. Samantha Reimer (2006-07) (121-158) ................................. 3. Sarah Bishop (1986-90) (259-341) ................................. 4. Andrea Martre (1988-90) (151-199) ................................. 5. Meghan Miller (1995-99) (222-293) ................................. 6. Krystal Henson (1999-2003) (174-231) ................................. 7. Jessica Rowe (1996-00) (400-532) ................................. 8. Kathy Nelson (1975-78) (103-137) ................................. 9. Barb Moran (1975-78) (134-179) ................................. 10. Mary Ann Chilcott (1982-85) (134-179) ................................. Jodi Calderone (2001-05) (111-148) .................................

.856 .766 .760 .759 .758 .753 .752

3-Pt. Field Goals Made .750 .750 .750

Kelly Calderone (2004-07) ................415 Jessica Rowe (1996-2000) ...............400 Heather Gates (1994-98)..................397 Montique Wade (1986-90) ................394 Lachelle Crawl (1999-2003)..............301 Callie Iorfido (2002-06).....................275 Sarah Bishop (1986-90) ...................259 Sheilah Collins (1974-77) .................251 Marin Hightower (1997-2000)...........248 Kim Vay (1998-2001)........................238 Maria DiVecchio (2002-06)................237 Robin Boyd (1982-86).......................232 Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-92) .......231 Meghan Miller (1995-99) ..................222 Lori Montgomery (1992-96) ..............210

Free Throws Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

(minimun 100 attempts) 1. Meghan Miller (1995-99) (222-589) .................................. .377 2. Jessica Rowe (1996-00) (140-391) .................................. .358 3. Kelly Calderone (2004-07) (153-446) .................................. .343 4. Krystal Henson (1999-2003) (275-803) .................................. .342 5. Mari Hollman (1990-91) (43-127) .................................... .339 6. Kelli Mankowski (1994-98) (68-201) ................................... .338 7. Andrea Martre (1988-90) (88-261) ................................... .337 8. Jodi Calderone (2001-05) (209-653) .................................. .320 9. Courtney Thompson (2000-04) (79-256) .................................... .308 10. Pam Artman (1991-95) (61-208) .................................... .293

.751

Free Throws Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

3-Pt. Field Goal Percentage

Heather Gates (1994-98)..................643 Montique Wade (1986-90) ................616 Jessica Rowe (1996-2000) ...............533 Kelly Calderone (2004-07) ................485 Lachelle Crawl (1999-2003)..............476 Callie Iorfido (2002-06).....................415 Marin Hightower (1997-2000)...........372 Kim Vay (1998-2001)........................367 Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-92) .......354 Sheilah Collins (1974-77) .................353 Robin Boyd (1982-86).......................351 Sarah Bishop (1986-90) ...................341 Megan Zitner (2000-05)....................340 Maria DiVecchio (2002-06)................329 Shauna Nevel (1992-96)...................312

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

Krystal Henson (1999-2003) ............275 Meghan Miller (1995-99) ..................222 Jodi Calderone (2001-05) .................209 Kelly Calderone (2004-07) ................153 Jessica Rowe (1996-2000) ...............140 Shauna Nevel (1992-96).....................99 Andrea Martre (1988-90)....................88 Rae Sherred (2004-07).......................80 Courtney Thompson (2000-04) ...........79 Kelly Mankowski (1995-98).................68

3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Krystal Henson (1999-2003) ............803 Jodi Calderone (2001-05) .................653 Meghan Miller (1995-99) ..................589 Kelly Calderone (2004-07) ................446 Jessica Rowe (1996-2000) ...............391 Shauna Nevel (1992-96)...................345 Andrea Martre (1988-90)..................261 Courtney Thompson (2000-04) .........256 Rae Sherred (2004-07).....................249 Lori Montgomery (1992-96) ..............234

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Callie Iorfido (2002-06).....................682 Pam Artman (1991-95).....................500 Courtney Thompson (2000-04) .........474 Jessica Rowe (1996-2000) ...............453 Karen Urey (1985-89) .......................442 Meghan Miller (1995-99) ..................419 Desiree Alexander (1990-92) ............392 Lori Montgomery (1992-96) ..............382 Andrea Martre (1988-90)..................340 Sheilah Collins (1974-77) .................323 Robyn Boyd (1982-86) ......................302 Mary Ann Chilcott (1981-85).............271 Kelly Calderone (2004-07) ................263 Sarah Bishop (1986-90) ...................239 Shauna Nevel (1992-96)...................233

Steals

11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Pam Artman (1991-95).....................304 Meghan Miller (1995-99) ..................288 Montique Wade (1986-90) ................284 Callie Iorfido (2002-06).....................283 Heather Gates (1994-98)..................237 Lori Montgomery (1992-96) ..............222 Mary Ann Chilcott (1981-85).............214 Shauna Nevel (1992-96)...................212 Sarah Bishop (1986-90) ...................203 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1991-93).........203 Kelly Calderone (2004-07) ................195 Jessica Rowe (1996-2000) ...............179 Karen Urey (1985-89) .......................176 Andrea Martre (1988-90)..................151 Mary Beth Heise (1981-85) ..............150

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

Terri Ayers (1990-93) ........................159 Toyia Giles (1988-90)........................141 Kate Kosewicz (1974-77)..................130 Agnieszka Michalow (2005-07) .........106 Donna Esposito (1982-86)................102 Heather Gates (1994-98)....................88 Mary Ann Chilcott (1981-85) ...............82 Marin Hightower (1997-2000) .............74 Ellen Mulligan (1980-84).....................71 Amy Rapelje (1994-98) .......................70

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

Blocked Shots

Games Played 1. Heather Gates (1994-98)..................117 Tami Piljuga (1994-98) ......................117 3. Jessica Rowe (1997-2000) ...............116 4. Meghan Miller (1995-99) ..................115 5. Jessi Montie (2002-06).....................114 6. Pam Artman (1991-95).....................110 7. Maria DiVecchio (2002-06)................109 Shauna Nevel (1992-96)...................109 Tina Skidmore (1977-78, ‘79-81)......109 Courtney Thompson (2000-04) .........109

Assists

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Season Records Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

Tammy Walker-Strode(1991-92) ..691 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1992-93)....622 Marin Hightower (1999-2000) ......613 Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-91) ..582 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1991-92)....581 Jessica Rowe (1999-2000) ..........576 Sarah Bishop (1989-90) ..............558 Lori Dolby (1979-80) ....................556 Montique Wade (1989-90) ..........547 Lachelle Crawl (2002-2003) ........543 Shauna Nevel (1995-96)..............529 Kelly Calderone (2006-07) ..........513 Audrey Scott (1979-80)................511 Montique Wade (1987-88) ..........507 Desiree Alexander (1991-92) ......501 Kelly Calderone (2005-06) ..........497 Sarah Bishop (1988-89) ..............475 Sarah Bishop (1987-88) ..............475 19. Jessica Rowe (1997-98) ..............474 20. Heather Gates (1996-97) ............464 21. Montique Wade (1988-89) ..........457 22. Andrea Martre (1988-90) ............454 23. Kelly Calderone (2004-05) ..........450 24. Meghan Miller (1996-97) ............448 25. Amy Rapelje (1996-97) ................441

Scoring Average Robin Boyd

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Marin Hightower (1999-2000) ....23.6 Tammy Walker-Strode (1991-92) 23.0 Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-91) 21.6 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1992-93) ..21.4 Jessica Rowe (1999-2000) ........21.3 Montique Wade (1987-88) ..........20.3 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1991-92) ..20.0 Lachelle Crawl (2002-2003)........19.4 Marin Hightower (1998-99) ........19.2 Sarah Bishop (1987-88) ............19.0 Shauna Nevel (1995-96) ............18.9 Sarah Bishop (1989-90) ............18.6 Lori Dolby (1979-80) ..................18.4 Kelly Calderone (2006-07) ..........18.3 Montique Wade (1989-90) ..........18.2

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Heather Gates (1996-97) ............473 Tammy Walker-Strode (1991-92) ..439 Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-91) ..341 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1992-93)....339 Montique Wade (1987-88) ..........331 Montique Wade (1989-90) ..........326 Linda Shorter (1979-80) ..............322 Heather Gates (1995-96) ............308 Kim Vay (2000-01) ......................303 Terri Ayers (1992-93) ..................297 Montique Wade (1988-89) ..........294 Heather Gates (1997-98) ............284 Kim Vay (1999-2000) ..................278 Toyia Giles (1989-90) ..................276 Tina Skidmore (1979-80) ............275

Rebounds

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Tammy Walker-Strode (1991-92) 14.5 Heather Gates (1996-97)............14.3 Montique Wade (1987-88) ..........13.2 Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-91) 12.6 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1992-93) ..11.7 Kim Vay (2000-01)......................11.2 Montique Wade (1989-90) ..........10.9

Montique Wade (1988-89) ..........10.9 Heather Gates (1995-96)............10.8 Toyia Giles (1988-89)..................10.4 Mag McCarthy (1973-74)............10.4 12. Kim Vay (1999-2000)..................10.3 13. Mag McCarthy (1974-75)............10.1 14. Kelli Torboli (1998-99) ................10.0 15. Terri Ayers (1992-93) ....................9.9 Toyia Giles (1989-90)....................9.9

9. 10.

Field Goal Percentage (minimun 100 attempts) 1. Tammy Walker-Strode (1991-92) (288-479) .................................. 2. Erika Sauer (1975-76) (96-169) .................................... 3. Rachel Johnson (2006-07) (88-159) .................................... 4. Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-91) (233-430) .................................. 5. Amy Rapelje (1995-96) (117-219) ................................ 6. Amy Rapelje (1996-97) (189-351) .................................. 7. Terri Ayers (1992-93) (173-327) .................................. 8. Ellen Mulligan (1982-83) (151-291) .................................. Sheilah Collins (1975-76) (124-239) .................................. Maria DiVecchio (2002-03) (109-210) .................................. 11. Marin Hightower (1998-99) (156-302) .................................. Tina Skidmore (1979-80) (178-344) .................................. 13. Maria DiVecchio (2003-04) (154-300) .................................. 14. Rhani Rochon (1997-98) (69-135) .................................... 15. Francine Greco (1986-87) (96-188) ....................................

.601 .568 .553 .542 .534 .533 .529 .519 .519 .519 .517 .517 .513 .511 .510

Field Goals Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tammy Walker-Strode (1991-92) ..288 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1992-93)....257 Lori Dolby (1979-80) ....................253 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1991-92)....243 Marin Hightower (1999-2000) ......241 Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-91) ..233 Audrey Scott (1979-80)................232 Sarah Bishop (1989-90) ..............226 Montique Wade (1989-90) ..........212 Montique Wade (1987-88) ..........202 Sarah Bishop (1988-89) ..............202

Field Goals Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Lori Dolby (1979-80) ....................609 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1992-93)....576 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1991-92)....576 Audrey Scott (1979-80)................567 Marin Hightower (1999-2000) ......510 Shauna Nevel (1995-96)..............495 Tammy Walker-Strode (1991-92) ..479 Montique Wade (1989-90) ..........476 Sarah Bishop (1987-88) ..............471 Montique Wade (1987-88) ..........455

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Season Records Free Throw Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

(minimun 50 attempts) Kelly Calderone (2005-06) (145-165) .................................. Suzanne Petruska (2001-02) (56-64) ...................................... Sarah Bishop (1989-90) (105-121) .................................. Krystal Henson (2002-03) (68-79) ...................................... Kelly Calderone (2004-05) (117-138) .................................. Kelly Calderone (2006-07) (153-182) .................................. Maria DiVecchio (2003-04) (85-103) .................................... Suzanne Petruska (2003-04) (46-56) ...................................... Courtney Thompson (2003-04) (81-100) .................................... Karen Urey (1988-89) (64-79) ...................................... Jessica Rowe (1998-99) (81-101) .................................... Meghan Miller (1996-97) (102-129) .................................. Mary Ann Chilcott (1982-83) (60-77) ...................................... Jessica Rowe (1999-2000) (134-175) .................................. Andrea Martre (1988-89) (63-82) ......................................

.879 .875 .866 .861 .848 .841 .825

9. 10.

.810 .810 .802 .791 .779

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15.

Agnes Michalow (2005-06) ............81 Terri Ayers (1992-93) ....................76 Toyia Giles (1989-90) ....................73 Toyia Giles (1988-89) ....................68 Linda Shorter (1980-81) ................68 Mag McCarthy (1974-75) ..............64 Kate Kosewicz (1974-75) ..............60 Terri Ayers (1991-92) ....................48 Kate Kosewicz (1975-76) ..............44 Kelli Torboli (1998-99)....................43 Marin Hightower (1999-2000) ........41 Terri Ayers (1990-91) ....................35 Donna Esposito (1985-86) ............34 Ellen Mulligan (1983-84)................34 Ellen Mulligan (1982-83)................33 Tina Skidmore (1980-81) ..............33

3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

.768

Kelly Calderone (2006-07) ..........153 Lachelle Crawl (2002-03) ............152 Heather Gates (1996-97) ............150 Kelly Calderone (2005-06) ..........145 Jessica Rowe (1999-2000) ..........134 Marin Hightower (1999-2000) ......127 Samantha Reimer (2006-07) ......121 Montique Wade (1989-90) ..........121 Kim Vay (2000-01) ......................119 Kelly Calderone (2004-05) ..........117 Lachelle Crawl (2002-03) ............235 Heather Gates (1996-97) ............228 Marin Hightower (1999-2000) ......185 Kelly Calderone (2006-07) ..........182 Tammy Walker-Strode (1990-91) ..178 Montique Wade (1989-90) ..........177 Tammy Walker-Strode (1991-92) ..176 Jessica Rowe (1999-2000) ..........175 Montique Wade (1987-88) ..........174 Kim Vay (2000-01) ......................170

3-Pt. Field Goal Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

9. 9. 10.

Krystal Henson (2001-02)..............88 Meghan Miller (1997-98) ..............86 Jody Calderone (2004-05)..............81 Krystal Henson (2002-03)..............77 Jodi Calderone (2002-03) ..............62 Jessica Rowe (1999-2000) ............60 Kelly Calderone (2004-05) ............59 Krystal Henson (2000-01)..............59 Kelly Calderone (2005-06) ............58 Krystal Henson (1999-2000) ........51 Andrea Martre (1989-90) ..............50

Blocked Shots 1. 2. 3. 4.

Krystal Henson (2002-03)............253 Krystal Henson (2001-02)............248 Jodi Calderone (2004-05) ............237 Meghan Miller (1997-98) ............212 Jodi Calderone (2002-03) ............187 Krystal Henson (2000-01)............170 Kelly Calderone (2004-05) ..........168 Rae Sherred (2006-07)................166 Kelly Calderone (2005-06) ..........166 Meghan Miller (1996-97) ............149

.776

Free Throws Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3-Pt. Field Goals Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

.821

Free Throws Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

8. Wendy Wiggins (2000-01)(39-104) .375 9. Rae Sherred (2005-06) (30-82).... .366 10. Courtney Thompson (2003-04) (39-107)........................................ .364

(minimun 50 attempts) Jessica Rowe (1999-2000)(60-130). .462 Pam Artman (1994-95) ....(28-69). .406 Meghan Miller (1997-98) (86-212). .406 Meghan Miller (1998-99) (47-120). .392 Krystal Henson (1999-00)(51-132) .392 Andrea Martre (1989-90)(50-131). .382 Lori Montgomery (1995-96)(23-61) .377

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Callie Iorfido (2005-06)................249 Andrea Martre (1989-90) ............236 Callie Iorfido (2004-05)................225 Desiree Alexander (1991-92) ......204 Desiree Alexander (1990-91) ......188 Karen Urey (1988-89) ..................151 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1991-92)....147 Pam Artman (1992-93)................146 Karen Urey (1987-88) ..................146 Jessica Rowe (1999-2000) ..........146 Courtney Thompson (2001-02) ....142 Pam Artman (1993-94)................137 Kim Jaeger (1994-95) ..................133 Pam Artman (1994-95)................132 Sheilah Collins (1975-76) ............132 Lori Montgomery (1995-96) ........130

Pam Artman

Steals 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15.

Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1992-93)....108 Pam Artman (1994-95) ..................96 Callie Iorfido (2005-06)..................95 Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1991-92)......95 Montique Wade (1987-88) ............92 Audrey Scott (1979-80)..................92 Callie Iorfido (2004-05)..................91 Heather Gates (1996-97) ..............87 Meghan Miller (1997-98) ..............86 Pam Artman (1992-93) ..................82 Desiree Alexander (1991-92) ........81 Montique Wade (1989-90) ............80 Sarah Bishop (1989-90) ................79 Mary Ann Chilcott (1982-83) ..........79 Meghan Miller (1996-97) ..............77 Andrea Martre (1989-90) ..............77

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1,000-Point Club Season

G

1846 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 Tot als

32 31 26 27 89

1775 1986-87 24 1987-88 25 1988-89 27 1989-90 30 Tot als 106

1652 1986-87 23 1987-88 25 1988-89 27 1989-90 30 Tot als 105

1460 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Tot als

28 31 28 87

1426 1995-96 28 1996-97 31 1997-98 31 1998-99 25 Tot als 115

Shauna Nevel

1384 1992-93 30 1993-94 25 1994-95 26 1995-96 28 Tot als 109

1356 1992-93 30 1993-94 23 1994-95 26 1995-96 25 Tot als 104

1337 1977-78 24 1978-79 25 1979-80 32 1980-81 27 Tot als 108

1320 1994-95 26 1995-96 28 1996-97 33 1997-98 30 Tot als 117

1273 1990-91 1991-92 Tot als

27 30 57

1263 Lori Montgomery

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1999-00 27 2000-01 23 2001-02 26 2002-03 28 Tot als 104

FG-FGA PCT.

3FG-3FGA PCT.

FT-FTA

PCT.

PTS. AVG.

Jessica Rowe N G N 5-8 N Columbus, OH 139-349 181-423 142-385 191-447 653-1604

.398 .428 .369 .473 .407

21-78 22-64 37-119 60-130 150-391

.269 .344 .311 .462 .358

95-131 90-126 81-101 134-175 400-532

.725 .714 .802 .766 .752

394 474 402 576 1846

12.3 15.3 15.5 21.3 15.9

101-275 202-455 174-371 212-476 689-1577

.367 .437 .469 .445 .437

0-6 1-2 2-5 3-13

.000 .500 .400 .230

62-108 103-174 108-157 121-177 394-616

.574 .615 .688 .684 .639

264 507 457 547 1775

11.0 20.3 16.9 18.2 16.7

64-150 201-471 202-439 226-446 693-1506

.406 .427 .460 .507 .460

5-15 1-9 1-11 7-35

.333 .111 .091 .230

16-30 68-94 70-96 105-121 259-341

.533 .723 .729 .868 .759

144 475 475 558 1652

6.2 19.0 17.6 18.6 15.7

137-360 147-387 162-408 446-1155

.381 .380 .397 .386

59-168 58-166 36-112 153-446

.351 .349 .321 .343

117-138 145-165 153-182 222-293

.848 .879 .841 .856

450 497 513 1460

16.1 16.0 18.3 16.8

97-235 128-343 148-386 98-262 471-1226

.413 .373 .383 .374 .384

39-108 50-149 86-212 47-120 222-589

.361 .334 .406 .392 .377

39-56 102-129 52-64 29-44 222-293

.696 .791 .813 .659 .758

272 448 434 272 1426

9.7 14.5 14.0 10.9 12.4

63-193 160-396 121-313 197-495 541-1397

.326 .404 .387 .378 .387

16-60 13-59 28-98 42-126 99-343

.267 .224 .286 .333 .289

11-25 68-102 31-47 93-138 203-312

.440 .667 .667 .674 .651

153 401 301 529 1384

5.1 16.0 11.6 18.9 12.7

113-320 138-326 156-401 134-326 541-1373

.353 .423 .389 .411 .394

4-38 9-24 28-111 23-61 64-234

.105 .375 .252 .377 .274

54-83 37-47 55-81 64-89 210-300

.651 .787 .679 .719 .700

284 322 395 355 1356

9.5 14.0 15.2 14.2 13.0

108-242 104-219 178-344 160-419 550-1224

.446 .475 .517 .382 .449

65-118 47-75 78-108 47-79 237-380

.551 .627 .722 .595 .624

281 255 434 367 1337

11.7 10.2 13.6 13.6 12.4

86-182 113-237 157-333 105-232 461-984

.473 .477 .472 .453 .468

0-3 1-1 1-4

.000 1.000 .250

63-109 82-141 150-228 102-165 397-643

.578 .582 .658 .618 .617

235 308 464 313 1320

9.0 11.0 14.1 10.4 11.3

233-430 288-479 521-909

.542 .601 .573

0-1 0-0 0-1

.000 .000 .000

116-178 115-176 231-334

.652 .653 .653

582 21.6 691 23.0 1273 22.3

74-190 85-245 135-368 113-365 407-1168

.389 .347 .367 .310 .348

51-132 59-170 88-248 77-253 275-803

.386 .347 .355 .304 .342

16-25 43-60 47-67 68-79 174-231

.640 .717 .701 .861 .753

215 272 405 371 1263

Montique Wade N F N 5-8 N Pittsburgh, PA

Sarah Bishop N G N 5-9 N Munroe Falls, OH

Kelly Calderone N G N 5-7 N Freedom, PA

Meghan Miller N G N 5-7 N Wexford, PA

Shauna Nevel N F N 5-11 N Cleveland Hts., OH

Lori Montgomery N G N 5-7 N E. Palestine, OH

Tina Skidmore N C N 6-1 N Fairview, PA

Heather Gates N F N 5-11 N Beachwood, OH

Tammy Walker-Strode N F N 6-0 N Louisville, KY Krystal Henson N G N 5-3 N Rome, OH

8.0 11.8 15.6 13.3 12.1

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1,000-Point Club 1218 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 Tot als

27 20 26 73

1214 2002-03 28 2003-04 28 2004-05 22 2005-06 31 Tot als 109

1203 1991-92 1992-93 Tot als

29 29 58

1191 1976-77 24 1977-78 24 1978-79 27 1979-80 34 Tot als 109

1169 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 Tot als

27 19 23 23 92

1167 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 Tot als

24 27 30 81

1105 1994-95 10 1995-96 27 1996-97 33 1997-98 31 Tot als 101

1068 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 Tot als

18 21 25 25 89

1034 1999-00 27 2000-01 26 2001-02 25 2002-03 28 Tot als 106

1025 1991-92 30 1992-93 30 1993-94 24 1994-95 26 Tot als 110

1001 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 Tot als

22 24 25 71

Marin Hightower N F N 6-1 N Pittsburgh, PA 86-190 156-302 241-510 483-1002

.453 .517 .473 .482

0-0 0-1 4-11 4-12

.000 .000 .364 .333

48-74 73-113 127-185 248-372

.649 .646 .686 .667

220 8.1 385 19.2 613 23.6 1218 16.7

109-210 154-300 80-162 133-326 476-998

.519 .513 .494 .408 .477

1-3 2-10 1-4 21-63 25-80

.333 .200 .250 .333 .313

39-62 85-103 32-48 81-116 237-329

.629 .825 .667 .698 .720

258 9.2 395 14.1 193 8.8 368 11.9 1214 11.1

29-121 9-41 38-162

.240 .220 .235

66-94 99-130 165-224

.702 .762 .737

581 20.0 622 21.4 1203 20.7

Maria DiVecchio N F N 5-11 N Erie, PA

Jeannine Jean-Pierre N F N 5-11 N St. Thomas, VI 243-576 .422 257-576 .446 500-1152 .434

Audrey Scott N C N 5-8 N Pittsburgh, PA 35-94 135-332 125-391 232-567 527-1384

.372 .407 .320 .409 .381

20-26 31-43 39-62 47-63 137-194

.769 .721 .629 .746 .706

90 301 289 511 1191

3.8 12.5 10.7 15.0 10.9

94-214 128-258 151-291 151-303 524-1066

.439 .496 .519 .498 .492

22-35 20-29 24-32 55-77 121-173

.629 .690 .750 .714 .699

210 276 326 357 1169

7.8 14.5 14.2 15.5 12.7

86-202 198-496 253-609 537-1307

.426 .399 .415 .411

24-44 23-34 46-62 93-140

.545 .676 .742 .664

196 8.2 419 15.5 552 18.4 1167 14.4

28-51 117-219 187-351 131-269 463-890

.549 .534 .533 .487 .520

7-20 44-86 67-103 61-97 179-306

.350 .512 .651 .629 .585

63 278 441 323 1105

6.3 10.3 13.4 10.4 10.9

77-184 102-204 145-328 131-295 455-1011

.418 .500 .442 .444 .450

23-37 60-77 38-54 37-50 158-218

.621 .779 .704 .740 .725

177 264 328 299 1068

9.8 12.6 13.1 12.0 12.0

61-162 25-87 83-171 195-403 364-823

.377 .287 .485 .484 .442

1-1 1-6 2-7 1-11 5-25

1.000 .167 .286 .091 .200

35-67 45-64 69-110 152-235 301-476

.522 .703 .627 .647 .632

158 5.9 96 3.7 237 9.5 543 19.4 1034 9.8

65-202 96-275 103-270 136-313 400-1060

.322 .349 .381 .435 .377

13-55 15-51 5-33 28-69 61-208

.236 .294 .152 .406 .293

17-30 35-73 42-71 66-99 160-273

.567 .479 .592 .667 .586

160 5.3 242 8.1 257 10.3 366 14.1 1025 9.3

122-265 124-239 129-273 375-777

.460 .519 .472 .483

110-152 70-102 71-99 251-353

.724 .686 .717 .711

354 318 329 1001

Ellen Mulligan N F N 6-0 N Montrose, PA

Lori Dolby N G N 5-6 N Clarion, PA

Amy Rapelje N C N 6-2 N Perrysburg, OH 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-3

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000

Mary Ann Chilcott N F N 5-9 N Erie, PA

Lachelle Crawl N F N 5-8 N Cleveland, OH

Audrey Scott

Pam Artman N G N 5-7 N Pittsburgh, PA

Sheilah Collins N F N 5-9 N Ambler, PA

16.1 13.3 13.2 14.1

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

Sarah Bishop

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

Player Sheilah Collins Sheiliah Collins Erika Sauer Audrey Scott Lori Dolby Lori Dolby Esther McCary Ellen Mulligan Ellen Mulligan Ellen Mulligan Marie Gilliland Donna Esposito Robin Boyd Michelle McCumber Montique Wade Sarah Bishop Sarah Bishop Tammy Walker-Strode Tammy Walker-Strode Jeannine Jean-Pierre Shauna Nevel Lori Montgomery Shauna Nevel Heather Gates Jessica Rowe Jessica Rowe Marin Hightower Kim Vay Krystal Henson Lachelle Crawl Maria DiVecchio Kelly Calderone Kelly Calderone Kelly Calderone

G 22 24 26 24 27 30 27 19 23 23 25 25 25 23 25 27 30 27 30 29 25 26 28 33 31 26 26 27 26 28 28 28 31 28

FG-FGA 122-265 124-239 155-340 135-332 198-496 253-609 173-442 128-258 151-291 151-303 163-371 138-318 127-279 124-285 202-455 202-439 226-446 233-430 288-479 257-576 160-396 156-401 197-495 157-333 181-423 136-375 241-510 132-279 135-368 195-403 154-300 137-360 147-387 162-408

Rebounding

Jeannine Jean-Pierre

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Season 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

Player G Mag McCarthy 11 Mag McCarthy 23 Kate Kosewicz 24 Kate Kosewicz 26 Tina Skidmore 24 Tina Skidmore 25 Linda Shorter 29 Linda Shorter 34 Ellen Mulligan 19 Mary Lou Malarkey 23 Ellen Mulligan 23 Marie Gilliland 25 Francine Greco 25 Kim Gillcrese 24 Montique Wade 25 Montique Wade 27 Montique Wade 30 Tammy Walker-Strode 27 Tammy Walker-Strode 30 Jeannine Jean-Pierre 29 Sedessa Grushecky25 Heather Gates 26 Heather Gates 28 Heather Gates 33 Heather Gates 30 Kelli Torboli 23 Kim Vay 27 Kim Vay 27 Megan Zitner 26

Reb. 115 233 159 169 178 175 322 242 132 209 146 183 188 214 331 294 326 341 436 339 182 243 301 473 284 221 278 303 201

Avg. 10.4 10.1 6.6 6.5 7.4 7.0 9.5 9.7 6.9 9.1 6.3 7.3 7.5 8.9 13.2 10.9 10.9 12.6 14.5 11.7 7.3 9.3 10.8 14.3 9.5 9.6 10.3 11.2 7.7

P c t. .460 .519 .455 .407 .399 .415 .391 .496 .519 .498 .439 .340 .455 .435 .437 .460 .507 .542 .601 .446 .404 .389 .378 .472 .428 .363 .473 .473 .367 .484 .513 .381 .380 .397

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

F T-FTA 110-152 70-102 66-85 31-43 23-34 46-62 43-91 20-29 24-32 55-77 76-113 58-81 80-117 27-36 103-174 70-96 105-121 116-178 115-176 99-130 68-102 55-81 93-138 150-228 90-126 77-97 127-185 119-170 47-67 152-235 85-103 117-138 145-165 153-182

P c t. .724 .686 .776 .721 .676 .742 .473 .690 .750 .714 .673 .716 .684 .750 .615 .729 .868 .652 .653 .762 .667 .679 .674 .658 .714 .794 .686 .700 .701 .647 .825 .848 .879 .841

Lachelle Crawl Megan Zitner Danielle Lantzy Agnes Michalow Kelsey Conklin

Pt s. 354 318 335 301 419 552 389 276 326 357 402 334 334 275 507 475 558 582 691 622 401 395 529 464 474 402 613 383 405 543 395 450 497 513

28 28 28 31 28

189 146 132 206 211

A vg . 16.1 13.3 12.9 12.5 15.5 18.4 14.4 14.5 14.2 15.5 16.1 13.4 13.4 11.9 20.3 17.6 18.6 21.6 23.0 21.4 16.0 15.2 18.9 14.1 15.3 15.5 23.6 14.2 15.6 19.4 14.1 16.1 16.0 18.3

6.8 5.2 4.7 6.6 7.5

Field Goal Percentage Season 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

Player Sheilah Collins Erika Sauer Sheilah Collins Kathy Nelson Tina Skidmore Tina Skidmore Ellen Mulligan Ellen Mulligan Ellen Mulligan Ellen Mulligan Donna Esposito Robin Boyd Francine Greco Michelle Robinson Tracy Wittgartner Sarah Bishop T. Walker-Strode T. Walker-Strode Terri Ayers Lori Montgomery Pam Artman Amy Rapelje Amy Rapelje

G 22 14 25 24 25 32 27 19 23 23 24 25 22 24 20 30 27 30 30 23 26 27 33

FG-FGA 122-265 96-169 129-273 112-254 104-219 178-344 94-214 128-258 151-255 151-303 62-135 127-279 96-188 48-107 79-160 226-446 233-430 288-479 173-327 138-326 136-313 117-219 187-351

P c t. .460 .568 .472 .441 .475 .517 .439 .496 .591 .498 .459 .455 .510 .449 .494 .507 .542 .601 .529 .423 .435 .534 .533

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Yearly Leaders 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

Rhani Rochon Marin Hightower Marin Hightower Katie Raymond Megan Zitner Maria DiVecchio Maria DiVecchio Maria DiVecchio Rae Sherred Rachel Johnson

31 20 26 26 26 28 28 22 30 28

69-135 156-302 241-510 68-138 107-212 109-210 154-300 80-162 65-154 88-159

.511 .517 .473 .493 .505 .519 .513 .494 .422 .553

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

Player G Sheilah Collins 22 Sheilah Collins 24 Sheilah Collins 25 Kathy Nelson 24 Lori Dolby 27 Audrey Scott 34 Ellen Mulligan 27 Ellen Mulligan 19 Mary Ann Chilcott 21 Ellen Mulligan 23 Mary Ann Chilcott 25 Michelle Bazzoli 25 Francine Greco 22 Karen Urey 25 Karen Urey 27 Sarah Bishop 30 T. Walker-Strode 27 Jean. Jean-Pierre 29 Jean. Jean-Pierre 29 Shauna Nevel 25 Lori Montgomery 26 Lori Montgomery 25 Meghan Miller 31 Meghan Miller 31 Jessica Rowe 26 Jessica Rowe 27 Katie Raymond 26 Suzanne Petruska 26 Krystal Henson 28 Maria DiVecchio 28 Kelly Calderone 28 Kelly Calderone 31 Kelly Calderone 28

F T-FTA 110-152 70-102 71-99 71-98 23-34 47-63 22-35 20-29 60-77 55-77 37-50 59-78 24-34 71-97 64-79 105-121 116-178 66-94 99-130 68-102 55-81 64-89 102-129 52-64 77-97 134-175 38-47 56-64 68-79 85-103 117-138 145-165 153-182

3-Pt. Field Goals

Season 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

Player G Michelle McChesney 25 Andrea Martre 27 Andrea Martre 30 Mari Hollman 23 Jean. Jean-Pierre 29 Andrea Williams 29 Shauna Nevel 25 Pam Artman 26 Shauna Nevel 28 Meghan Miller 31 Meghan Miller 31 Meghan Miller 25 Jessica Rowe 27 Krystal Henson 23 Krystal Henson 26 Krystal Henson 28 Courtney Thompson 28 Jodi Calderone 28 Kelly Calderone 31 Kelly Calderone 28

P c t. .724 .686 .717 .724 .676 .746 .629 .690 .779 .714 .740 .756 .705 .732 .810 .868 .652 .702 .762 .667 .679 .719 .791 .813 .794 .766 .809 .875 .861 .825 .848 .879 .841

FG-FGA Pc t. 7-19 .368 38-130 .292 50-131 .382 43-127 .339 29-121 .240 18-63 .286 13-58 .224 28-69 .406 42-126 .333 50-149 .334 86-212 .406 47-120 .392 60-130 .462 59-170 .347 88-248 .355 77-253 .304 39-107 .364 81-237 .342 58-166 .349 36-112 .321

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

Assists

Player Sheilah Collins Sheilah Collins Sheilah Collins Kathy Nelson Audrey Scott Audrey Scott Wanda Hartzell Mary Beth Heise Mary Beth Heise Robin Boyd Mary Ann Chilcott Donna Esposito Karen Urey Karen Urey Karen Urey Andrea Martre Desiree Alexander Desiree Alexander Pam Artman Pam Artman Kim Jaeger Lori Montgomery Meghan Miller Jessica Rowe Jessica Rowe Jessica Rowe Courtney Thompson Courtney Thompson Courtney Thompson Courtney Thompson Callie Iorfido Callie Iorfido Kelly Calderone

G 22 24 25 24 27 34 24 19 23 25 25 25 24 25 27 30 27 30 30 24 26 25 31 31 26 27 27 26 28 28 28 31 28

A st. 87 132 104 81 40 91 64 35 102 109 112 95 79 146 151 238 188 204 146 137 133 130 118 126 80 146 84 142 128 120 225 249 124

Steals Season 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

Player Sheilah Collins Barb Moran Erika Sauer Barb Moran Audrey Scott Audrey Scott Tina Skidmore Esther McCary Mary Ann Chilcott Mary Ann Chilcott Mary Ann Chilcott Mary Ann Chilcott Donna Esposito Montique Wade Montique Wade Andrea Martre Montique Wade Desiree Alexander Jeannine Jean-Pierre Jeannine Jean-Pierre Pam Artman Pam Artman Shauna Nevel Heather Gates Meghan Miller Meghan Miller Marin Hightower Kim Vay Suzanne Petruska Lachelle Crawl Suzanne Petruska Callie Iorfido

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G St. 22 64 23 48 26 57 17 57 27 63 34 92 27 31 27 31 18 71 21 79 25 70 25 65 25 49 24 45 25 92 27 74 30 80 27 63 29 95 29 108 24 75 26 96 28 68 33 87 31 86 25 59 26 54 27 46 26 64 28 56 28 67 28 91

2005-06 2006-07

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

Callie Iorfido Kelly Calderone

31 28

Blocked Shots

95 73

Player Mag McCarthy Kate Kosewicz Kate Kosewicz

G 23 24 26

Bl. 64 44 26

Linda Shorter

25

68

Ellen Mulligan Ellen Mulligan Mary Ann Chilcott Donna Esposito Francene Greco Michelle Bazzoli Toyia Giles Toyia Giles Terri Ayers Terri Ayers Terri Ayers Karen Gibbs Heather Gates Amy Rapelje Heather Gates Amy Rapelje Kelli Torboli Marin Hightower Adann Williams Suzanne Petruska Suzanne Petruska Maria DiVecchio Maria DiVecchio Jessi Montie Agnes Michalow Kim Mardis

23 23 25 25 22 25 21 28 27 30 30 23 26 27 33 31 23 26 26 26 28 28 28 28 31 27

33 34 29 34 16 6 68 73 35 48 76 27 20 16 32 23 42 41 28 19 6 6 14 9 81 28

Montique Wade (left) and Sarah Bishop (right) rank two-three in career scoring. Wade totaled 1,775 career points, while Bishop finished with 1,652. Both were inducted into the Edinboro Hall of Fame in April of 2001.

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All-Time Scores 1970-71 Head Coac h: Judy Saurer

Won 5, Lost 4 Youngstown St. ........W, Mercyhurst ..............W, Gannon ....................W, Indiana(Pa.)..............L, California(Pa.) ..........W, Mercyhurst ..............W, Pittsburgh ................L, Villa Maria ................L, Slippery Rock ..........L,

51-44 70-25 58-35 48-62 52-35 64-57 37-40 54-62 26-61

1971-72 Head Coac h: Judy Saurer

Won 5, Lost 3 Mercyhurst ..............W, Mercyhurst ..............L, Indiana(Pa.)..............L, Villa Maria ................W, Villa Maria ................W, California(Pa.) ..........W, Pittsburgh ................L, Ohio Wesleyan ........W,

64-40 50-58 51-58 50-32 51-33 69-33 55-59 70-46

1972-73 Head Coac h: Judy Saurer

Won 10, Lost 0 Allegheny..................W, Mercyhurst ..............W, Youngstown State ....W, Villa Maria ................W, Allegheny..................W, Pittsburgh ................W, Mercyhurst ..............W, Villa Maria ................W, California(Pa.) ..........W, Indiana(Pa.)..............W,

50-33 68-29 74-42 56-28 67-15 51-39 66-44 63-31 66-15 37-35

1973-74 Head Coac h: Judy Saurer

Won 7, Lost 4 Lock Haven ..............L, Mercyhurst ..............W, Youngstown State ....W, Clarion ....................W, Niagara ..................W, Slippery Rock ..........L, Penn St. Behrend ....W, Ohio State................L, Pittsburgh ................L, Villa Maria ................W, Indiana(Pa.)..............W,

48-49 47-38 58-31 56-40 62-29 35-75 57-42 43-70 50-54 64-46 36-34

1974-75 Head Coac h: Judy Saurer

Won 17, Lost 6 Fredonia State..........W, 104-25 Frostburg State ........W, 70-45 Slippery Rock ..........L, 50-78 Penn State ..............W, 68-55 Frostburg State ........W, 58-54 Slippery Rock ..........L, 58-73 Gannon ....................W, 109-42 Miami-Dade..............W, 84-46 Capital ....................W, 81-50

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Slippery Rock ..........L, Pittsburgh ................W, Penn State ..............W, Lock Haven ..............L, Mercyhurst ..............W, Cheyney ..................W, Ursinus ....................L, Clarion ....................W, Penn St. Behrend ....W, Indiana(Pa.)..............W, Slippery Rock ..........L, Indiana(Pa.)..............W, Bloomsburg..............W, St. Joseph’s ............W,

45-62 74-52 71-67 49-61 98-27 69-67 ot 49-52 85-46 81-36 69-54 44-53 80-46 84-52 68-60

1975-76 Head Coach: Judy Saurer

Won 20, Lost 6 Univ. at Buffalo ........W, 96-40 Gannon ....................W, 129-31 Villa Maria ................W, 89-20 Cheyney ..................L, 50-72 Penn State ..............W, 48-34 Lock Haven ..............W, 64-59 Slippery Rock ..........L, 44-58 Tennessee Tech ......L, 63-84 Tennessee ..............W, 70-68 Kentucky ..................W, 78-72 Penn St. Behrend ....W, 92-25 Capital ....................W, 69-34 Slippery Rock ..........W, 66-60 Mercyhurst ..............W, 101-24 Pittsburgh ................W, 64-56 St. Joseph’s ............L, 60-70 Ursinus ....................L, 78-86 ot Cheyney ..................W, 66-62 ot Clarion ....................W, 71-40 Indiana(Pa.)..............W, 76-56 Penn State ..............W, 72-65 Slippery Rock ..........W, 62-55 Temple ....................W, 64-45 Lock Haven ..............W, 70-60 EAIAW Eastern Regionals West Chester ..........W, 65-64 St. Joseph’s ............L, 59-66

1976-77 Head Coach: Judy Saurer

Won 17, Lost 7

Jamestown CC..........W, 100-42 West Virginia ............W, 95-48 Penn State ..............L, 75-78 Slippery Rock ..........W, 92-75 Buffalo State............W, 103-27 Gannon ....................W, 120-22 Jamestown CC ........W, 81-47 LaSalle ....................W, 85-65 Queens ....................W, 76-66 William Paterson ......W, 88-56 Montclair State ........L, 72-83 Maryland..................L, 74-75 ot Frostburg State ........W, 71-66 Pittsburgh ................W, 71-66 Slippery Rock ..........W, 81-77 Clarion ....................W, 80-67 Lock Haven ..............L, 72-82 St. Joseph’s ............L, 56-68 Temple ....................W, 77-57 Penn State ..............W, 90-77 Cheyney ..................L, 60-65 Slippery Rock ..........W, 83-76

Pittsburgh ................L, 84-87 Indiana(Pa.)..............W, 118-86

1977-78 Head Coach: Judy Saurer

Won 13, Lost 12 Australian National ..L, 56-59 West Virginia ............W, 65-56 Penn State ..............L, 36-73 Cincinnati ................W, 72-39 Pittsburgh ................L, 74-77 Gannon ....................W, 105-69 Jamestown CC ........W, 116-23 William Paterson ......W, 2-0* Jamestown CC ........W, 115-28 West Virginia ............W, 90-65 Immaculata ..............L, 76-86 LaSalle ....................L, 71-73 Cheyney ..................L, 65-84 Slippery Rock ..........W, 82-65 Indiana(Pa.)..............W, 84-60 Akron ......................W, 103-62 Lock Haven ..............W, 84-66 St. Joseph’s ............L, 91-98 ot Penn State ..............L, 78-90 Maryland..................L, 68-93 Clarion ....................W, 95-77 Pittsburgh ................L, 64-80 Slippery Rock ..........L, 75-78 EAIAW Regionals Penn State ..............W, 85-81 Immaculata ..............L, 63-75 * forfeit

Niagara ....................W, 62-57 65-79 Northern Kentucky ..L, Pitt-Johnstown ..........L, 71-81 Dayton ....................W, 70-68 Penn State ..............L, 63-76 Indiana State............W, 78-74 Cortland State..........W, 73-55 Gannon ....................W, 88-73 Maryland..................L, 70-104 Lamar ......................L, 76-85 Upper Iowa ..............W, 82-54 Miami ......................W, 70-54 Army ........................W, 82-66 Alabama ..................W, 74-72 St. Joseph’s ............L, 59-69 LaSalle ....................L, 59-82 Cheyney ..................L, 47-71 Pittsburgh ................L, 54-75 Slippery Rock ..........W, 68-51 Penn State ..............L, 58-59 Indiana(Pa.)..............W, 90-68 West Virginia ............W, 77-73 ot Kent State................W, 56-48 Lock Haven ..............W, 87-53 Duquesne ................W, 87-64 Villanova ..................W, 79-75 ot Clarion ....................W, 104-62 Gannon ....................W, 70-61 Michigan ..................W, 62-54 Michigan State ........L, 64-74 Detroit......................L, 57-74 Slippery Rock ..........W, 87-57

1980-81 Head Coach: Kathleen Lipkovich

Won 11, Lost 16

1978-79 Head Coach: Judy Saurer

Won 18, Lost 9 Cleveland State........W, Gannon ....................W, Penn State ..............L, Pittsburgh ................W, Cortland State..........W, Niagara ....................W, LaSalle ....................W, Maryland..................L, Old Dominion ..........L, Va. Commonwealth....W, Villanova ..................W, St. Joseph’s ............L, Michigan State ........W, Pitt-Johnstown ..........W, Slippery Rock ..........L, Pittsburgh ................W, Indiana(Pa.)..............W, Kent State................W, Lock Haven ..............W, Penn State ..............L, West Virginia ............W, Cheyney ..................L, Clarion ....................W, Akron ......................W, Slippery Rock ..........L, Rutgers ....................L,

81-64 92-60 77-82 67-48 68-58 68-61 79-62 67-85 67-93 68-47 70-49 65-76 71-50 89-58 60-61 69-54 91-60 71-66 76-60 50-60 62-51 50-64 71-62 78-53 49-51 56-95

1981-82 Head Coach: Kathleen Lipkovich

1979-80 Head Coach: Judy Saurer

Won 22, Lost 12 St. Bonaventure ......W, Cleveland State........W,

St. Bonaventure ......W, 103-54 Cleveland State........W, 57-47 Syracuse ..................L, 60-63 Cheyney ..................L, 52-88 Fairleigh Dickinson ....L, 62-86 West Virginia ............L, 90-101 Canisius ..................W, 74-50 Cortland State..........W, 79-58 George Washington ..L, 50-53 Northern Kentucky ..L, 61-92 Indiana State............L, 59-83 LaSalle ....................L, 68-78 Villanova ..................L, 58-90 Slippery Rock ..........W, 66-65 Penn State ..............L, 40-100 Pittsburgh ................L, 50-58 Indiana(Pa.)..............W, 71-70 Clarion ....................W, 96-59 West Virginia ............W, 81-74 Cheyney ..................L, 40-83 Lock Haven ..............W, 69-59 Niagara ....................L, 57-68 Gannon ....................W, 73-68 Duquesne ................W, 71-60 Slippery Rock ..........L, 64-78 East Stroudsburg ....L, 60-61 Kent State................L, 48-59

97-59 80-44

Won 5, Lost 14 St. Bonaventure ......W, Slippery Rock ..........L, West Virginia ............L, Canisius ..................L,

60-37 56-80 67-82 55-69

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All-Time Scores Slippery Rock ..........L, Niagara ....................L, Lock Haven ..............W, Cleveland State........L, Clarion ....................W, Gannon ....................L, California(Pa.) ..........L, Robert Morris ..........L, Slippery Rock ..........L, Indiana(Pa.)..............L, Akron ......................W, Fairmont State ........L, Salem-Teikyo ............W, Duquesne ................L, Grove City ................L,

74-84 60-66 74-64 39-86 69-58 57-67 81-86 50-66 63-77 64-70 58-57 49-54 68-36 66-70 47-62

1982-83 Head Coach: Kathleen Lipkovich

Won 12, Lost 11 Fairmont State ........W, Canisius ..................L, Salem-Teikyo ............W, Niagara ....................L, Mercyhurst ..............W, Cleveland State........L, Indiana(Pa.)..............W, Lock Haven ..............L, California(Pa.) ..........W, Slippery Rock ..........L, Clarion ....................W, Akron ......................L, Indiana(Pa.)..............W, Mercyhurst ..............W, Lock Haven ..............W, California(Pa.) ..........W, Gannon ....................W, Slippery Rock ..........L, Duquesne ................L, Robert Morris ..........L, Clarion ....................W, Cheyney ..................L, Millersville ................L,

83-67 70-85 87-45 50-74 94-68 67-98 74-72 65-72 93-73 67-80 69-56 54-74 77-57 59-57 84-79 61-53 72-57 45-96 44-57 47-71 67-56 33-90 60-80

1983-84 Head Coach: Monic a P ellman

Won 13, Lost 12 Niagara ....................W, St. John Fisher ........W, Fairmont State ........L, Canisius ..................L, St. Bonaventure ......W, Akron ......................L, Mercyhurst ..............W, Charleston(WV) ........L, Molloy ......................L, Gannon ....................L, Clarion ....................W, Pitt-Bradford ............W, California(Pa.) ..........W, Lock Haven ..............L, Indiana(Pa.)..............L, Slippery Rock ..........W, Grove City ................W, Clarion ....................W, Mercyhurst ..............W, California(Pa.) ..........W, Lock Haven ..............W, Indiana(Pa.)..............L, Slippery Rock ..........L, Robert Morris ..........L, Lock Haven ..............L,

76-66 52-47 57-79 55-77 63-62 ot 63-77 80-43 68-91 49-56 61-75 57-44 84-25 77-57 61-76 73-75 67-64 53-47 59-43 78-57 74-71 67-63 56-85 57-70 60-81 63-65

1984-85 Head C oac h: M onica Pellman

Won 10, Lost 15 St. John Fisher ........L, Walsh ......................L, Mercyhurst ..............W, Youngstown St. ........L, Canisius ..................L, Fairmont State ........W, St. Bonaventure ......L, Gannon ....................L, Ashland....................L, John Carroll..............W, Utica ........................L, Robert Morris ..........L, Slippery Rock ..........L, California(Pa.) ..........W, Clarion ....................L, Mercyhurst ..............W, Indiana(Pa.)..............W, Duquesne ................L, Niagara ....................W, Slippery Rock ..........L, Lock Haven ..............L, Lock Haven ..............L, California(Pa.) ..........W, Clarion ....................W, Indiana(Pa.)..............W,

54-81 62-72 66-58 41-86 79-87 80-78 41-64 50-63 53-74 88-69 69-72 72-90 65-69 72-60 46-53 71-56 61-59 74-96 78-62 56-62 59-75 51-58 80-71 76-67 71-67

1985-86 Head C oac h: M onica Pellman

Won 11, Lost 14 Mercyhurst ..............W, Robert Morris ..........L, St. Vincent ..............W, Walsh ......................L, John Carroll..............W, St. Bonaventure ......L, Point Park ................W, Gannon ....................W, Shippensburg ..........W, Colgate ....................L, Pitt-Johnstown ..........L, Indiana(Pa.)..............W, California(Pa.) ..........W, Utica ........................W, Lock Haven ..............L, Slippery Rock ..........L, Clarion ....................L, Niagara ....................L, Indiana(Pa.)..............L, California(Pa.) ..........W, Canisius ..................L, Lock Haven ..............W, Slippery Rock ..........L, Clarion ....................L, Wright State ............L,

71-39 49-68 65-61 52-89 70-54 61-71 67-55 66-56 58-57 57-59 59-72 68-65 59-40 63-54 56-64 59-80 59-66 60-79 59-78 78-63 72-79 78-74 67-80 71-72 55-84

1986-87 Head C oac h: M onica Pellman

Won 9, Lost 15 Mercyhurst ..............W, Gannon ....................L, Walsh ......................W, Malone ....................L, Point Park ................W, Wright State ............L, Davis & Elkins..........W, Bloomsburg..............L,

69-49 52-63 79-66 66-73 73-61 50-68 65-48 49-66

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Millersville ................L, Clarion ....................L, Shippensburg ..........L, Penn St. Behrend ....W, Clarion ....................L, Lock Haven ..............L, California(Pa.) ..........L, Mercyhurst ..............W, Indiana(Pa.)..............L, Slippery Rock ..........W, Gannon ....................L, Clarion ....................L, Lock Haven ..............W, California(Pa.) ..........L, Indiana(Pa.)..............W, Slippery Rock ..........L,

69-85 53-63 61-65 58-49 63-79 63-70 60-62 75-44 66-72 72-70 54-73 52-74 74-60 60-73 83-72 66-68

1987-88 Head Coac h: St an Sw ank

Won 14, Lost 11 MERCYHURST..........W, 103-57 PITT-BRADFORD........W, 78-47 MT. VERNON ............W, 61-60 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........L, 73-82 at Gannon ................L, 66-74 BLOOMSBURG ........W, 78-77 POINT PARK ............W, 95-71 at Fairmont St. ........W, 94-90 CENTRAL ST. ............L, 79-83 at Mercyhurst ..........W, 66-48 at Niagara ................L, 63-75 at Indiana(Pa.)..........L, 70-71 CLARION ..................L, 73-77 at Slippery Rock ......W, 80-64 LOCK HAVEN ............L, 85-92 at Behrend ..............W, 85-64 at California(Pa.) ......L, 74-79 SHIPPENSBURG ......W, 94-80 INDIANA(PA)..............W, 87-77 at Clarion ................L, 64-74 SLIPPERY ROCK ......W, 74-62 at Lock Haven ..........L, 49-75 GANNON ..................L, 67-85 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........W, 73-66 at Shippensburg ......W, 102-70

1988-89 Head Coac h: St an Sw ank

Won 21, Lost 6 FAIRMONT ST. ..........W, 92-75 WEST LIBERTY ........W, 79-77 MT. VERNON NAZARENE ..............W, 77-57 WAYNE STATE ..........W, 80-77 NIAGARA ..................W, 79-76 at Youngstown St. ....L, 67-73 at Ashland................L, 64-65 at St. Leo's ..............W, 106-50 at Rollins..................W, 83-64 at Armstrong Atlantic ....................W, 97-48 at Slippery Rock ......W, 90-52 SHIPPENSBURG ......W, 88-70 at Clarion ................W, 79-75 GANNON ..................W, 79-61 at Lock Haven ..........L, 55-69 at Dyke ....................W, 107-83 at Indiana(Pa.)..........W, 82-62 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........W, 73-61 SLIPPERY ROCK ......W, 84-55 at Shippensburg ......W, 87-63

CLARION ..................W, 81-65 71-78 at Gannon ................L, LOCK HAVEN ............W, 84-78 INDIANA(PA)..............L, 78-82 at California(Pa.) ......W, 76-74 PSAC Tournament vs. Kutztown ............W, 82-70 vs. Lock Haven ........L, 62-70

1989-90 Head Coach: Stan Sw ank

Won 27, Lost 3 SALEM (WV) ............W, 80-63 SHAWNEE STATE ......W, 94-77 at Fairmont State ....W, 103-66 at West Liberty ........W, 81-68 ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN ..............W, 90-71 KUTZTOWN ..............W, 88-71 ASHLAND ................L, 84-90 KALAMAZOO ............W, 84-48 vs. Adelphia ............W, 71-61 at California(Pa.) ......W, 87-82 at Mich.-Dearborn ....W, 93-54 at Wayne State ........W, 86-75 YOUNGSTOWN ST. ......W, 65-64 CLARION ..................W, 85-51 at Lock Haven ..........L, 66-89 INDIANA(PA)..............W, 86-77 at California(Pa.) ......W, 83-78 SLIPPERY ROCK ......W, 86-68 at Shippensburg ......W, 89-69 at Clarion ................W, 101-56 LOCK HAVEN ............W, 90-64 at Indiana(Pa.)..........W, 81-66 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........W, 88-72 at Gannon ................W, 93-71 at Slippery Rock ......W, 89-63 SHIPPENSBURG ......W, 97-70 PSAC Tournament CHEYNEY ................W, 110-86 LOCK HAVEN ............W, 77-67 NCAA East Regional BLOOMSBURG ........W, 82-62 LOCK HAVEN ............L, 70-89

1990-91 Head Coach: Stan Sw ank

Won 8, Lost 19 at Saginaw Valley......W, at Slippery Rock ......L, SETON HILL..............W, MERCYHURST..........L, ST. VINCENT ............W, SUNY-BUFFALO ........W, POINT PARK ............W, GANNON ..................L, at Ashland................L, at Youngstown St. ....L, at Kutztown ..............L, at Millersville ............L, NOTRE DAME(OH) ........W, DAEMEN ..................W, CALIFORNIA(PA) ........L, at Indiana(Pa.)..........L, at Slippery Rock ......L, SHIPPENSBURG ......W, at Clarion ................L, LOCK HAVEN ............L, PITT-JOHNSTOWN ......L,

66-63 70-80 98-74 80-82 72-71 78-68 ot 87-53 67-70 56-68 59-85 64-79 53-65 98-77 79-72 60-64 60-88 73-100 94-76 66-105 60-61 49-102

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All-Time Scores at California(Pa.) ......L, INDIANA(PA)..............L, SLIPPERY ROCK ......L, at Shippensburg ......L, CLARION ..................L, at Lock Haven ..........L,

68-76 53-70 81-85 68-69 84-94 76-84

1991-92 Head Coac h: Stan Sw ank

at Lock Haven ..........W, 95-56 CLARION ..................W, 76-64 at California(Pa.) ......W, 78-76 ot INDIANA(PA)..............L, 72-86 at Shippensburg ......L, 58-77 PSAC Tournament at Bloomsburg..........W, 76-62 vs. Clarion................L, 81-104 NCAA East Regional at Pitt-Johnstown ......L, 76-88 ot

Won 22, Lost 8 SALEM-TEIKYO ........W, 110-70 WEST LIBERTY ........W, 97-44 MERCYHURST..........W, 97-67 KUTZTOWN ..............W, 110-72 at Pitt-Johnstown ......L, 96-99 at Gannon ................W, 97-65 SETON HILL..............W, 111-65 SAGINAW VALLEY ........W, 85-74 ASHLAND ................W, 84-54 POINT PARK ............W, 92-51 at Florida Institute of Technology ..........L, 111-124 at Rollins..................W, 86-60 at Florida Memorial ..W, 108-69 at Mercyhurst ..........W, 54-49 at Shippensburg ......W, 82-65 SLIPPERY ROCK ......W, 99-97 CLARION ..................L, 80-88 at Lock Haven ..........W, 69-57 GANNON ..................W, 91-77 at California(Pa.) ......L, 82-86 at Indiana(Pa.)..........L, 76-78 SHIPPENSBURG ......W, 99-84 at Clarion ................W, 113-100 LOCK HAVEN ............W, 105-82 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........W 98-88 INDIANA(PA)..............W 86-75 at Slippery Rock ......L, 91-96 PSAC Tournament West Chester ..........W, 89-76 Bloomsburg..............L, 40-70 NCAA East Regional Clarion ....................L, 70-85

1992-93 Head Coac h: Stan Sw ank

Won 18, Lost 12 at Alaska-Anchorage ..L, 76-77 at Alaska-Anchorage ..W, 73-63 at Alaska-Fairbanks ....L, 66-89 at Alaska-Fairbanks ....L, 78-85 MICH.-DEARBORN ......W, 104-76 at Central State........L, 61-67 GANNON ..................W, 80-64 MERCYHURST..........W, 79-54 at Ohio Dominican....W, 113-72 at IUPU-Fort Wayne....W, 70-68 at Indiana Tech ........L, 77-81 at Mercyhurst ..........L, 61-85 EAST STROUDSBURG........W, 87-84 at Ashland................L, 61-66 at Gannon ..............W, 78-71 SLIPPERY ROCK ......W, 81-66 LOCK HAVEN ............W, 86-69 at Clarion ................L, 84-105 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........W, 77-75 ot at Indiana(Pa.)..........W, 73-68 SHIPPENSBURG ......W, 99-87 at Slippery Rock ......W, 74-64

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Won 10, Lost 15 OHIO DOMINICAN........W, 94-58 SETON HILL..............W, 99-71 vs. Dowling ..............W, 92-76 at Mansfield ............W, 79-56 LAKE ERIE ................W, 110-57 SALEM TEIKYO ........W, 80-58 INDIANA TECH..........L, 57-59 MERCYHURST..........W, 62-50 GANNON ..................W, 91-74 at Mercyhurst ..........L, 67-84 at Pitts-Johnstown ....L, 68-73 CLARION ..................L, 71-91 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........L, 68-83 at Shippensburg ......L, 80-87 at Indiana(Pa.)..........L, 59-76 at Lock Haven ..........L, 69-91 SLIPPERY ROCK ......L, 48-67 at California(Pa.) ......L, 57-71 at Clarion ................L, 56-89 PITT-JOHNSTOWN........L, 67-79 at Gannon ................W, 61-48 INDIANA(PA)..............L, 53-75 SHIPPENSBURG ......L, 68-93 at Slippery Rock ......L, 58-83 LOCK HAVEN ............W, 84-73 ot

1994-94 Head Coach: St an Sw ank

Won 15, Lost 11 MERCYHURST..........W, SETON HILL..............W, SAGINAW VALLEY ......W, MANSFIELD..............W, at West Chester ......L, at Mercyhurst ..........L, vs. St. Michael's ......W, at Stonehill ..............L, at Mansfield ............W, WEST CHESTER ......W, at Clarion ................W, at California(Pa.) ......L, PITT-JOHNSTOWN ......L, GANNON ..................W, SHIPPENSBURG ......W, INDIANA(PA)..............L, LOCK HAVEN ............W, at Slippery Rock ......L, CALIFORNIA(PA) ........W, CLARION ..................W, at Gannon ................L, at Indiana(Pa.)..........L, at Shippensburg ......L, at Pitt-Johnstown ......L, SLIPPERY ROCK ......W, at Lock Haven ..........W,

80-77 112-83 80-70 110-54 77-80 64-76 83-80 47-87 110-64 81-67 84-80 86-90 ot 69-83 71-59 ot 78-75 ot 90-95 104-75 75-86 89-62 74-69 87-98 72-88 86-94 ot 83-93 88-86 89-79

1995-96 Head Coac h: St an Sw ank

NCAA Elite Eight 46-81 vs. North Dakota......L,

Won 15, Lost 13

1997-98

IUPU FT. WAYNE........L, 90-106 ST. ROSE ................L, 82-90 SETON HILL..............W, 107-58 at John Carroll..........W, 86-66 ST. VINCENT ............W, 87-80 GANNON ..................W, 67-60 ASHLAND ................L, 74-81 DAEMEN ..................W, 95-65 at Pitt-Johnstown ......W, 69-67 POINT PARK ............W, 99-74 at Florida Southern ..L, 57-96 vs. Indiana(Pa.) ........L, 82-85 ot at Eckerd..................L, 69-82 WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN ..............W, 62-61 CLARION ..................W, 79-76 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........W, 119-116 3ot at Shippensburg ......L, 84-96 INDIANA(PA)..............L, 79-89 at Lock Haven ..........W, 95-88 SLIPPERY ROCK ......L, 69-75 at California(Pa.) ......W, 83-71 at Clarion ................L, 84-99 at Indiana(Pa.)..........W, 83-80 SHIPPENSBURG ......L, 84-96 at Slippery Rock ......L, 79-87 LOCK HAVEN ............W, 108-80 PSAC Tournament at Kutztown ..............W, 98-83 vs. Slippery Rock......L, 60-67

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1996-97 Head Coac h: St an Sw ank

Won 24, Lost 9 SETON HILL..............W, 101-63 at Ashland................L, 70-77 WESTMINSTER ........W, 113-72 MANSFIELD..............W, 91-69 GANNON ..................L, 78-80 at Daemen ..............L, 69-79 at Northern Kentucky ....W, 68-65 vs. Central State ......L, 73-90 POINT PARK ............W, 101-72 LAROCHE ................W, 103-51 MERCYHURST..........L, 80-84 PITT-BRADFORD........W, 101-46 at Wheeling Jesuit ....W, 82-81 at West Va. Wesleyan W, 78-71 at Slippery Rock ......W, 81-72 LOCK HAVEN ............W, 70-56 INDIANA(PA)..............W, 79-61 SHIPPENSBURG ......W, 88-84 at California(Pa.) ......W, 82-64 at Clarion ................L, 62-64 at Lock Haven ..........W, 58-54 SLIPPERY ROCK ......W, 79-46 at Shippensburg ......L, 76-94 at Indiana(Pa.)..........W, 64-53 CLARION ..................W, 72-54 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........W, 73-71 PSAC Tournament vs. Millersville ..........W, 74-48 vs. Bloomsburg ........W, 63-54 vs. Shippensburg ....L, 74-89 NCAA East Regional vs. West Liberty ......W, 87-75 vs. West Chester......W, 64-56 vs. High Point ..........W, 70-68

Won 23, Lost 8 vs. Wingate ..............W, 73-65 at Kutztown ..............W, 69-51 at Westminster ........W, 89-52 SETON HILL..............W, 115-44 WEST LIBERTY ST.....W, 71-59 vs. Pitt-Johnstown ....W, 92-67 vs. Holy Family ........W, 91-80 vs. AldersonBroaddus ................ L, 77-84 vs. Fairmont State....W, 68-56 vs. Grand Canyon ....W, 74-65 vs. San Francisco St. L, 68-70 vs. Cal St. Dominguez Hills ......W, 74-68 vs. Lewis-Clark ........L, 64-68 SLIPPERY ROCK ......W, 76-67 at Lock Haven ..........W, 93-79 at Indiana(Pa.)..........W, 82-62 at Shippensburg ......L, 60-92 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........W, 60-57 CLARION ..................W, 78-71 LOCK HAVEN ............W, 84-41 at Slippery Rock ......L, 60-86 SHIPPENSBURG ......L, 69-87 INDIANA(PA)..............W, 79-66 at Clarion ................W, 75-58 at California(Pa.) ......W, 62-49 PSAC Tournament SLIPPERY ROCK ......W, 63-52 vs. West Chester......W, 84-64 at Shippensburg ......L, 80-83 ot NCAA East Regional vs. Charleston(WV) ..W, 81-73 vs. Shippensburg ....L, 78-88

1998-99 Head Coach: Stan Sw ank

Won 16, Lost 10 POINT PARK ............W, vs. Bloomsburg ........W, at Mercyhurst ..........W, D'YOUVILLE..............W, LAROCHE ................W, ST. VINCENT ............W, SALEM-TEIKYO ........W, at Fairmont State ....W, at Daemen ..............W, BINGHAMTON ..........L, vs. Assumption ........W, at Univ. of Albany......L, vs. Millersville ..........L, at Clarion ................L, at California(Pa.) ......L, LAKE SUPERIOR ......W, SHIPPENSBURG ......W, INDIANA(PA)..............W, LOCK HAVEN ............W, at Slippery Rock ......L, CALIFORNIA(PA) ........W, CLARION ..................W, at Indiana(Pa.)..........L, at Shippensburg ......L, SLIPPERY ROCK ......L, at Lock Haven ..........L,

86-52 81-61 82-71 88-30 86-38 77-71 96-66 88-77 86-81 58-83 75-74 86-89 ot 51-61 67-71 70-82 83-81 ot 68-64 62-57 71-54 74-87 63-56 82-66 56-73 84-88 2ot 69-84 68-79

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All-Time Scores 1999-2000

2001-02

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Head Coach: St an Sw ank

Won 13, Lost 14

Won 12, Lost 14

vs. Concord..............W, 83-71 vs. Ohio Valley..........W, 99-60 POINT PARK ............W, 91-54 ST. VINCENT ............L, 75-92 vs. Bridgeport ..........W, 115-21 at Bloomsburg..........L, 65-76 at Binghamton..........L, 72-96 74-84 vs. Lake Superior St. L, vs. Lander ................L, 61-75 at Roberts Wesleyan W, 81-63 at Indianapolis..........L, 83-90 at Oakland City ........L, 61-69 COLUMBIA UNION ......W, 119-33 ASHLAND ................W, 79-56 CLARION ..................W, 100-79 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........W, 81-59 at Shippensburg ......L, 64-70 at Indiana(Pa.)..........W, 78-66 LOCK HAVEN ............W, 87-61 SLIPPERY ROCK ......L, 75-77 at California(Pa.) ......W, 79-71 at Clarion ................L, 71-80 INDIANA(PA)..............L, 67-71 SHIPPENSBURG ......L, 72-84 at Slippery Rock ......L, 55-90 at Lock Haven ..........W, 82-63 PSAC Tournament at Shippensburg ......L, 76-90

2000-01 Head Coac h: Stan Sw ank

Won 17, Lost 10 vs. Northern Kentucky .................. L, 60-91 vs. Houghton............W, 78-70 MERCYHURST..........W, 66-55 EAST STROUDSBURG........W, 68-51 KUTZTOWN ..............W, 76-68 DAEMEN ..................W, 101-62 ST. VINCENT ............W, 89-59 at Ashland................W, 68-64 at Cheyney ..............W, 88-56 at West Chester ......L, 59-69 at Mercyhurst ..........W, 76-68 MILLERSVILLE ..........L, 62-81 at California(Pa.) ......L, 40-64 at Mansfield ............W, 89-56 at Bloomsburg..........L, 63-73 at Clarion ................W, 89-66 SHIPPENSBURG ......L, 62-64 LOCK HAVEN ............W, 65-53 INDIANA(PA)..............W, 74-59 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........W, 72-59 at Slippery Rock ......L, 69-75 CLARION ..................W, 78-71 at Indiana(Pa.)..........W, 69-62 at Shippensburg ......L, 60-81 SLIPPERY ROCK ......L, 48-60 at Lock Haven ..........W, 76-66 PSAC Tournament at Shippensburg ......L, 53-82

at Mercyhurst ..........W, at East Stroudsburg W, at Kutztown ..............W, COLUMBIA UNION ......W, MADONNA................L, WAYNE ST.(MI)..........W, at Millersville ............L, at Saginaw Valley St. ..L, at Northwood ..........L, CHEYNEY ................W, WEST CHESTER ......W, CALIFORNIA(PA) ........L, MANSFIELD..............W, BLOOMSBURG ........L, CLARION ..................L, at Shippensburg ......L, MERCYHURST..........L, at Lock Haven ..........L, at Indiana(Pa.)..........L, at California(Pa.) ......L, SLIPPERY ROCK ......W, at Clarion ................W, INDIANA(PA)..............W, SHIPPENSBURG ......L, at Slippery Rock ......L, LOCK HAVEN ............W,

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vs. Georgian Court ..W, 120-57 at Gannon ................W, 89-75 vs. Emporia State ....L, 58-86 47-92 vs. West Texas A&M ..L, at Mercyhurst ..........W, 65-46 MANSFIELD..............W, 69-52 KUTZTOWN ..............W, 65-50 CHEYNEY ................W, 71-40 vs. Elizabeth City St. ..W, 60-59 ot at Pitt-Johnstown ......W, 79-69 at Millersville ............W, 60-51 at West Chester ......L, 58-61 ot at Bloomsburg..........W, 78-59 at East Stroudsburg W, 68-55 SLIPPERY ROCK ......L, 56-58 ot at Lock Haven ..........L, 46-52 at Indiana(Pa.)..........W, 72-57 at Shippensburg ......W, 56-51 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........L, 49-61 CLARION ..................W, 60-47 LOCK HAVEN ............W, 61-35 at Slippery Rock ......L, 59-65 SHIPPENSBURG ......W, 68-56 INDIANA(PA)..............W, 68-61 at Clarion ................L, 62-78 at California(Pa.) ......L, 58-82 PSAC Tournament at California(Pa.) ......L, 42-67

2004-05 Head Coac h: St an Sw ank

2002-03

Won 18, Lost 10

Head Coach: St an Sw ank

Won 16, Lost 12 vs. West Virginia St. ..W, 80-64 vs. West Va. Tech ....W, 95-68 GANNON ..................W, 80-72 MERCYHURST..........W, 79-59 MILLERSVILLE ..........L, 52-81 WEST CHESTER ......L, 60-79 at Mercyhurst ..........W, 85-76 SALEM INTL ............W, 76-40 BLOOMSBURG ........L, 68-75 EAST STROUDSBURG........W, 75-65 vs. Molloy ................W, 97-70 vs. Bryant ................L, 61-67 at Mansfield ............L, 82-93 at Kutztown ..............W, 71-58 at Cheyney ..............W, 59-54 at Slippery Rock ......L, 73-79 LOCK HAVEN ............W, 96-72 INDIANA(PA)..............W, 66-65 SHIPPENSBURG ......W, 90-72 at California(Pa.) ......L, 65-67 at Clarion ................L, 69-92 at Lock Haven ..........W, 71-62 SLIPPERY ROCK ......W, 48-44 at Shippensburg ......L, 58-73 at Indiana(Pa.)..........L, 66-72 CLARION ..................W, 74-69 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........L, 76-79 PSAC Tournament at Indiana(Pa.)..........L, 59-86

2005-06 Head Coac h: St an Sw ank

2003-04 Head Coach: St an Sw ank

Won 18, Lost 10 vs. Salem International ............W,

vs. Barton ................W, 76-60 vs. Saint Anselm ......W, 82-59 GANNON ..................L, 62-63 MERCYHURST ..........W, 88-78 at Mansfield ..............W, 85-80 at East Stroudsburg ..W, 78-52 at Elizabeth City St. ...W, 74-71 at Bloomsburg ..........L, 60-75 vs. Bloomfield ............W, 74-57 at Pitt-Johnstown........W, 61-58 WEST VIRGINIA ST.....W, 87-74 MILLERSVILLE........W, 73-72 CHEYNEY ..............W, 68-62 KUTZTOWN ............W, 87-67 WEST CHESTER ....W, 70-66 ot SLIPPERY ROCK ....W, 63-50 at California(Pa.) ..L, 49-82 at Indiana(Pa.) ......L, 45-55 LOCK HAVEN ..........W, 76-60 at Clarion ............L, 67-77 SHIPPENSBURG ....W, 70-60 at Slippery Rock ....L, 54-63 CALIFORNIA(PA) ......L, 49-59 INDIANA(PA) ..........W, 77-63 at Lock Haven........W, 73-62 CLARION................L, 69-82 at Shippensburg ....L, 61-73 PSAC Tournament at California(Pa.) ....L, 35-55

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Won 21, Lost 10 vs. AldersonBroaddus ................W, vs. Davis & Elkins ....W, SETON HILL..............W,

MANSFIELD..............W, 61-57 EAST STROUDSBURG........W, 65-51 WEST LIBERTY ........L, 69-81 GLENVILLE ST...........L, 59-69 BLOOMSBURG ........W, 62-47 GENEVA....................W, 68-59 at Mercyhurst ..........L, 52-63 at Millersville ............W, 76-58 at Cheyney ..............W, 73-52 PITT-JOHNSTOWN ........W 55-49 at Kutztown ..............W, 69-54 at West Chester ......W, 87-79 ot at Slippery Rock ......W, 68-61 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........L, 42-55 INDIANA(PA)..............W, 66-64 at Lock Haven ..........W, 69-59 CLARION ..................W, 76-60 at Shippensburg ......L, 57-62 SLIPPERY ROCK ......W, 56-48 at California(Pa.) ......L, 67-80 at Indiana(Pa.)..........L, 55-68 LOCK HAVEN ............L, 72-75 ot at Clarion ................W, 73-71 SHIPPENSBURG ......W, 89-83 ot PSAC Tournament at Indiana(Pa.)..........W, 65-54 vs. Kutztown ............W, 77-46 at California(Pa.) ......L, 59-63 NCAA Div. II Playoffs at Charleston(WV)......L, 62-71

2006-07 Head Coach: Stan Sw ank

Won 14, Lost 14 vs. Goldey-Beacom ..W, 87-72 vs. UNC Pembroke ..W, 58-37 CHARLESTON(WV) ....W, 81-71 MILLERSVILLE ..........L, 53-56 WEST CHESTER ......L, 70-75 vs. West Liberty ......L, 84-86 vs. Central St.(Oh.) ..W, 63-51 EAST STROUDSBURG........W, 69-54 KUTZTOWN ..............W, 77-68 GLENVILLE ST...........L, 57-62 WEST LIBERTY ........L, 63-73 at Cheyney ..............W, 65-51 SHIPPENSBURG ........L 55-63 at Mansfield ............L, 54-63 at Bloomsburg..........W, 66-54 SLIPPERY ROCK ......L, 61-64 at Indiana(Pa.) ..........L, 56-78 at Lock Haven ..........W, 69-52 at Clarion ................W, 55-50 CALIFORNIA(PA) ........W, 77-59 at Shippensburg ......W, 65-53 at Slippery Rock ......L, 43-52 INDIANA(PA)..............L, 66-78 LOCK HAVEN ............W, 78-56 at Pitt-Johnstown ......L, 65-73 CLARION ..................W, 78-66 at California(Pa.) ......L, 45-67 PSAC Tournament at Indiana(Pa.)..........L, 58-81

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All-Time vs. Opponents Opponent Adelphi Akron Alabama Alaska-Anchorage Alaska-Fairbanks Alderson-Broaddus Allegheny Alliance Armstrong State Army Ashland Assumption Atlantic Christian Australia National Barton Binghamton Bloomfield Bloomsburg Bryant Buffalo State Buffalo, Univ. of Cal State-Dominguez Hills California( Pa.) Canisius Capital Central State(OH) Charleston, College of Charlest on, Univ. of Chatham Chey ney Clarion Cleveland State Cincinnati, Univ. of Colgate Columbia Union Cortland State Daemen Davis & Elkins Detroit, Univ. of Dowling Duquesne Dyke D'Youville East St roudsbur g Eckerd Elizabeth City State Emporia State Fairleigh-Dickinson Fairmont State Florida Tech Florida Memorial Florida Southern Fredonia State Frostburg State Gannon Geneva George Washington Georgian Court Glenville State Goldey-Beacom Grand Canyon Grove City High Point Houghton Immaculata Indiana( Pa.) Indiana Tech IUPU-Fort Wayne Indiana State Jamestown CC John Carroll Kalamazoo Kut zt ow n Lewis & Clark Lock Haven

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All-Americans Tammy Walker-Strode

Jessica Rowe

1990-92 First Team & Honorable Mention Kodak All-American

1996-2000 First Team Kodak All-American

A 6’0” forward from Lexington, KY, Walker-Strode capped an outstanding two years at Edinboro by earning a spot on the first team Kodak All-American squad in 1991-92. She set school records that year for rebounding average (14.5 rpg.), while also scoring 23.0 ppg. Walker-Strode scored more points than any other two-year performer at Edinboro, finishing with 1,273 points to rank tenth all-time, and her 777 rebounds stands fourth. In 1990-91 she was an honorable mention Kodak All-American.

Jeannine Jean-Pierre 1991-93 First Team Kodak All-American A 5’11” forward from St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, Jean-Pierre earned a spot on the Kodak All-American first team in 1992-93 after averaging 21.4 ppg. and 11.7 rpg. A first team AllPSAC West performer in both of her seasons at Edinboro, she was also the PSAC West Athlete of the Year in ‘9293. Jean-Pierre ranks 14th in career scoring with 1,203 points and is ninth in career rebounding with 604.

Heather Gates 1994-98 Honorable Mention Kodak All-American A 5’11” forward from Beachwood, OH, Gates was accorded honorable mention Kodak All-American honors in 1996-97 after leading NCAA Division II in rebounding (14.3 rpg.). She was also recognized as the PSAC West Athlete of the Year that season, after previously being named the PSAC West Rookie of the Year in 1994-95. Gates averaged 14.1 ppg. in ‘96-97, and concluded her career with 1,320 points. That ranks nine alltime, and she is one of only two players to score 1,000 career points and pull down 1,000 career rebounds. She is the career recordholder for rebounds with 1,301.

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A 5’8” guard from Columbus, OH, Rowe earned first team Kodak All-American honors after averaging 21.3 ppg. and 4.6 rpg. during the 1999-2000 season. Rowe, a three-time All-PSAC performer, was also named the PSAC West Player of the Year in 1999-2000. She finished her career as Edinboro’s all-time leading scorer with 1,846 points, and was second career assists with 453.

Marin Hightower 1997-2000 Honorable Mention Kodak All-American The 6’1” forward from Pittsburgh, PA gained Kodak All-American Honorable Mention in 1999-2000. Hightower established a new Edinboro highwater mark with a scoring average of 23.6 ppg. in her senior season, also averaging 8.6 rebounds per game. In just three years as a Fighting Scot, Hightower tallied 1,218 points, ranking 12th all-time. In addition, she stands 15th in career rebounds with 520.

Callie Iorfido 2002-06 Honorable Mention Kodak All-American The 5’5” guard from Ambridge, PA played from 2002-06, and became Edinboro’s sixth Kodak/WBCA All-American as a senior when she earned honorable mention honors. That capped a brilliant senior season in which she was named the PSAC West Athlete of the Year and was a first team All-PSAC West selection. She averaged 12.5 ppg. and 5.1 rpg., but more importantly, she handed out a school-record 249 assists while turning the ball over just 89 times. She led the PSAC in both assists and steals (95). Iorfido had two triple-doubles as a senior. She finished her career with 932 career points, and holds the Edinboro record for career assists with 682. That ranks second all-time in the PSAC.

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PSAC Honor Roll PSAC West Player of the Year 1989-90 1991-92 1992-93 1996-97 1999-00 2005-06

Montique Wade, F Tammy Walker-Strode, F Jeannine Jean-Pierre, F Heather Gates, F Jessica Rowe, G Callie Iorfido, G

PSAC West Rookie of the Year 1992-93 1994-95

Lori Montgomery, C Heather Gates, F

PSAC West Coach of the Year 1988-89 1989-90 1992-93 1996-97

Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank Stan Swank

All-PSAC West 1982-83 1983-84 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90

1990-91 1991-92

1992-93 1993-94 1994-95

1995-96

Ellen Mulligan (1st team) Ellen Mulligan (1st team) Donna Esposito (1st team) Robin Boyd (1st team) Michele McCumber (1st team) Montique Wade (1st team) Sarah Bishop (1st team) Montique Wade (1st team) Sarah Bishop (1st team) Sarah Bishop (1st team) Montique Wade (1st team) Andrea Martre (2nd team) Demetra Adams (2nd team) Tammy Walker (1st team) Tammy Walker-Strode (1st team) Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1st team) Desiree Alexander (2nd team) Jeannine Jean-Pierre (1st team) Lori Montgomery (2nd team) Shauna Nevel (2nd team) Pam Artman (1st team) Lori Montgomery (2nd team)

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1997-98

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

Shauna Nevel (1st team) Latricia Brown (2nd team) Lori Montgomery (2nd team) Heather Gates (1st team) Meghan Miller (1st team) Amy Rapelje (2nd team) Heather Gates (1st team) Meghan Miller (1st team) Amy Rapelje (2nd team) Jessica Rowe (1st team) Marin Hightower (2nd team) Marin Hightower (1st team) Jessica Rowe (1st team) Kim Vay (2nd team) Krystal Henson (2nd team) Lachelle Crawl (1st team) Krystal Henson (2nd team) Maria DiVecchio (2nd team) Courtney Thompson (2nd team) Kelly Calderone (2nd team) Callie Iorfido (2nd team) Kelly Calderone (1st team) Callie Iorfido (1st team) Kelly Calderone (1st team)

Edinboro All-Time Team In conjunction with Edinboro University’s celebration of its Sesquicentennial, the Athletic Department recognizing its all-time teams in a variety of sports last year. A total of twelve former players were selected to the All-Time Women’s Basketball Team. The group is highlighted by the six former players who have earned All-American honors. That includes: Name (Yr.) Pos. Ht. Hometown Jessica Row e, Edinboro’s all-time leading scorer with 1,846 points, and a first team Pam Artman (’95) G 5-7 Pittsburgh, PA Kodak All-American in 1999-2000 Sarah Bishop (‘90) G 5-9 Munroe Falls, OH Tammy Walker-Strode, Edinboro’s lone two-time All-American, earning a spot on the Heather Gates (’98) F 5-11 Beachwood, OH Kodak All-American first team in 1991-92 after landing a spot on the honorable men- Marin Hightower (’00) F 6-1 Pittsburgh, PA tion team in 1990-91. Walker-Strode played two seasons at Edinboro and ranks Callie Iorfido (’06) G 5-5 Ambridge, PA ninth in career scoring (1,273 points) and fourth in career rebounds (777). Andrea Martre (’90) G 5-5 Memphis, TN Jeannine Jean-Pierre, a two-year performer for the Fighting Scots who was a first Meghan Miller (’99) G 5-7 Wexford, PA team Kodak All-American in 1992-93 when she averaged 21.4 ppg. and 11.7 rpg. Jeannine Jean-Pierre (’93) F 5-11 St. Thomas, VI Heather Gates, who was an honorable mention Kodak All-American choice in 1996Jessica Rowe (’00) G 5-8 Columbus, OH 97 after leading Division II in rebounding (14.3 rpg.). She is one of only two players Tina Skidmore (’81) C 6-1 Fairview, PA to reach 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in her career, finishing with 1,320 points Montique Wade (’90) F 5-8 Pittsburgh, PA and 1,301 rebounds. Tammy Walker-Strode (‘92) F 6-0 Louisville, KY Marin Hightow er, a 1999-2000 honorable mention All-American who set a schoolrecord with 23.6 ppg. that season. Callie Ior fido, an honorable mention All-American in 2006 when she set the school record for career assists with 682. That figure ranks second all-time in the PSAC. The rest of the team is still a who’s-who of Edinboro women’s basketball, and represents several eras. From the 1980’s there is Tina Skidmore, who played from 1977-81 and ranks eighth in career scoring with 1,337 career points. Sarah Bishop leads a contingent of three players from the late ’80’s, all who were integral parts of the 1989-90 team which finished 27-3. Bishop played from 1986-90 and ranks third in career scoring with 1,652 points. She is joined by Montique Wade, the second all-time leading scorer and the only other player with 1,000 points and rebounds (1,113 rebounds, also second), and Andrea Martre, who was the point guard on the ’89-90 squad. The 1990’s includes players like Meghan Miller, who ranks fourth in career scoring (1,426 points), and Pam Artman, who ranks second in career assists (500) and first in career steals (304).

Edinboro in the NCAA Division II Playoffs 1989-90 NCAA East Regional Edinboro 82, Bloomsburg 62 Lock Haven 89, Edinboro 70

1991-92 NCAA East Regional Clarion 85, Edinboro 70 ot

1992-93 NCAA East Regional

1996-97 NCAA East Regional Edinboro 87, West Liberty 75 Edinboro 64, West Chester 56 Edinboro 70, High Point 68

NCAA Elite Eight

1997-98

NCAA East Regional Edinboro 81, Charleston(WV) 73 Shippensburg 88, Edinboro 78

2005-06

NCAA East Regional Charleston(WV) 71, Edinboro 62

North Dakota 81, Edinboro 46

Pitt-Johnstown 88, Edinboro 76 ot

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