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• Compiled 70 wins in the last four seasons, including back-to-back 20win campaigns the last two years

• 2 MAC Freshman of the Year honorees and 2 MAC Sixth Player of the Year winners

• Defeated national-championship caliber opponents in McGuirk Arena (No. 12 Purdue/2011; No. 23 Louisville/2010

• Two of her last four teams have been ranked among the nation’s top-five scorers

• Led a young group of Chippewas to the 2012 MAC Tournament championship game • Coached four players into the program’s 20-member 1,000-point club

• Set program records for singlegame individual and team scoring • Is the University of Michigan’s all-time winningest coach in total wins, overall winning percentage, Big Ten wins and Big Ten winning percentage


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Head Coach.....................................Sue Guevara (6th season) Alma Mater....................................Saginaw Valley State, 1982 CMU Record.................................................................... 76-82 Career Record..................................199-164 (12 seasons) Associate Head Coach..................................Heather Oesterle Assistant Coach....................................................Raina Harmon Assistant Coach...............................................Andrew Wodrich Director of Operations.......................................Phil Wendland Video Coordinator................................................... Russell Rose

Athletic Communications

Program History

Local Media Information

WBB Radio Play-By-Play........................................... Justin Hoff Email................................................justin.hoff@cmich.edu Morning Sun Reporter............................................... Jim Lahde Email........................jlahde@michigannewspapers.com

The 2012-13 Central Michigan University women’s basketball guide was published by the Athletic Communications Office, 100 Rose Center, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48859. The guide and covers were designed, written and edited by Jason Kaufman, Rob Wyman, Kyle Kelley and Kyle Terwillegar. Photos by Tim Fitzgerald, Robert Barclay and Peggy Brisbane. Printing by CMU Printing Services.

Lauren Bellamy............................................21 Jas’Mine Bracey...........................................21 Crystal Bradford..........................................22 Jewel Cotton................................................22 Niki DiGuilio.................................................23 Jessica Green................................................23 Taylor Johnson............................................24 Jordan LaDuke.............................................25 Chelsea Lynn................................................25 Jalisa Olive.....................................................26 Jessica Schroll..............................................27 Kerby Tamm..................................................27 Dajourie Turner...........................................28 Kylie Welch....................................................28 2011-12 Statistics.......................................30 2011-12 MAC Recap..................................34

Honors............................................................36 All-Time Letterwinners.............................37 All-Time vs. Opponents............................38 All-Time Game-by-Game.........................39 MAC Game-by-Game................................46 Postseason Games.....................................50 Year-by-Year Results..................................51 Individual Records.....................................52 Team Records...............................................56 Year-by-Year Statistics...............................58

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Quick Facts/Table of Contents................. 1 Program Notes.............................................. 2 Roster/Pronunciation Guide..................... 4 Radio/TV Roster............................................ 5 Media Information....................................... 6 Head Coach Sue Guevara.......................... 8 Assoc. Head Coach Heather Oesterle...... 10 Assistant Coach Raina Harmon.............11 Assistant Coach Andrew Wodrich........12 DOBO Phil Wendland................................13 Video Coord. Russell Rose.......................13 Team Photo...................................................14 Athletics Director Dave Heeke...............16 Athletics Administration . .......................17 Head Coaches..............................................18 Brandie Baker...............................................20

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Program Record (%)............................................525-572 (.474) MAC Record (%)...................................................230-288 (.444) MAC Regular Season Titles................................... 2 (1984, ’85) MAC Tournament Titles......................................... 2 (1983, ’84) NCAA Tournament Apperances......................... 2 (1983, ’84) NIT Appearances...................................................... 2 (2011, ’12)

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2011-12 Record..................................................................... 20-16 2011-12 MAC Record/Finish..........................8-8 / 3rd (West) MAC Tournament Finish........................................... Runner-up 2011-12 Postseason..........................................NIT First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost..............................................9/2 Starters Returning/Lost...........................................................5/0 Newcomers...................................................................................... 4 Arena........................................................ McGuirk Arena (5,300)

Dir. of Communications..................................Jason Kaufman Associate Director............................................John Regenfuss Assistant Director/WBB Contact........................... Kyle Kelley Office Phone...................................................989-774-1128 Cell Phone.......................................................989-400-1705 E-Mail.............................................. kyle.kelley@cmich.edu Assistant Director.................................................... Rob Wyman Communications Assistant........................... Kyle Terwillegar Press Box Phone........................................ 989-774-3579/3594 Web Site...................................... CMUChippewas.com/media

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Location.................................................. Mount Pleasant, Mich. Enrollment............................................................................ 27,693 Founded....................................................................................1892 Nickname..................................................................... Chippewas Colors................................................................ Maroon and Gold Conference............................................................Mid-American President..........................................................Dr. George E. Ross Athletic Director........................................................Dave Heeke Web.............................................................CMUChippewas.com Facebook......................................Facebook.com/CMUWBBall Twitter...................................................................... @CMUWBBall

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199 and Counting Sixth-year head coach Sue Guevara enters the 2012-13 season just one shy of career win number 200. Guevara, who has led the Chippewas to back-to-back 20-plus win seasons, has recorded 76 wins at the helm of the Chippewas and held a record of 12382 at the University of Michigan over seven seasons. CB-23 Sophomore Crystal Bradford is in a league of her own in the Mid-American Conference as she was the only player to lead her team in scoring (455/14.7 ppg), rebounds (269/8.4 rpg), steals (69/2.2 spg) and blocks (57/1.8 bpg) last season. The All-Freshman team and Honorable Mention All-MAC selection stepped her game up in the Chippewas MAC Tournament run, setting tournament records for most field goals made (36), field goals attempted (80) and rebounds (53), while averaging 16.4 points and 10.6 rebounds per game. Scoring Galore The Chippewas, who ranked 32nd in the country in scoring last season with 71.1 points per game, return 94.2 percent of their scoring, including their top eight scorers from a year ago. In addition, CMU’s top five scorers from last season were all underclassmen and each have at least two years of eligibility remaining. Gotta Get to 70 Known for its high-octane offense, Central Michigan has gone 60-35 under Guevara when scoring 70 points or more. In contract, the Chippewas have gone 16-47 when they fail to hit the 70-point threshold, with eight of the 16 wins coming last season. CMU scored 70-plus points in 19 of its 36 games last season, finishing second in the MAC in points per game.

20-point Prowess The Chippewas have had a player score 20plus points on 105 occasions in head coach Sue Guevara’s five season (155 games). CMU had just 14 such scoring outputs in its previous 114 games prior to Guevara’s tenure. The feat was accomplished 13 times during the 2011-12 season, led by Crystal Bradford’s 27-point effort at Northern Illinois on Jan. 5. 3,2,1… 1,000! Senior guard Brandie Baker needs just three points to become the 21st player in program history to score 1,000 points. Baker has averaged 11.0 points per game during her stellar career thus far and also ranks fifth all-time in program history in total assists with 332. Downtown DiGuilio Junior guard Niki DiGuilio will look to continue her climb up the three-point field goals made record list, entering the 201213 campaign with 125 treys in her career. DiGuilio led the Chippewas with 56 threepoint field goals last season, ranking 10th in the MAC. Of her 180 field goals made during her first two seasons, 69 percent of them have come from behind the arc. Rewriting the Record Books Central Michigan set a number of team records en route to their second-straight Women’s National Invitational Tournament appearance last season, setting new marks in points scored (2,560), rebounds (1,566), steals (410) and blocks (144). Sixth Player of the Year Senior guard Jalisa Olive returns for her fourth and final season in the Maroon and Gold after earning the Mid-American Conference Sixth Player of the Year award last season. Olive averaged 6.1 points, 1.9 steals and 1.2 assists per game, pouring in a season-high 26 points at Ball State on Feb. 9.

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MAC W L Pct. 13 3 .813 13 3 .813 8 8 .500 6 10 .375 5 11 .313 4 12 .250

Overall W L Pct. 23 9 .718 24 10 .705 20 16 .555 14 17 .451 8 22 .266 9 21 .300

MAC W L Pct. 14 2 .875 11 5 .687 7 9 .438 6 10 .388 5 11 .313 4 12 .250

Overall W L Pct. 24 7 .774 21 10 .677 14 18 .438 14 18 .437 6 21 .222 9 22 .290

East Division Bowling Green Miami (Ohio) Akron Ohio Kent State Buffalo

CMU Returning Statistical Leaders (2011-12 Statistics) Points Crystal Bradford Jessica Green Jas’Mine Bracey

Pts 455 395 332

Pts/G 14.2 11.6 9.8

Field Goals Jas’Mine Bracey

FGM 142

FGA 302

FG% .470

3pt-Field Goals Taylor Johnson

3FGM 40

3FGA 100

3FG% .400

FTM 43

FTA 51

FT% .843

Free Throws Niki DiGuilio Rebounding Crystal Bradford Jas’Mine Bracey

ORb 101 95

DRb Total 168 269 149 244

Rb/G 8.4 7.2

Total 96

Ast/G 2.8

Blocked Shots Crystal Bradford

Total 57

Blk/G 1.8

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Assists Jessica Green

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Chippewas Add Senior Schroll Senior forward Jessica Schroll will join the Chippewas rotation following the completion of the first semester. Schroll was added to the program after starting the first 10 games for Iowa State last season where she average 6.9 points per game on 47.5 percent shooting.

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Living Up to the Hype After being a part of the No. 43 ranked recruiting class in the country in 2010, Bradford, Green and Bracey lived up to the billing when they became just the second trio of players from one program selected to the MAC AllFreshman team.

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Block Party No team in the MAC finished with more blocks than the Maroon and Gold last season, as the Chippewas swatted a program record 144 shots. Jas’Mine Bracey finished the year averaging just over a block a game, while Bradford blocked the second most shots in single season history with 57.

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Straight Thievery The Chippewas finished 24th in the country last season averaging 11.4 steals per game. Six separate Chippewas finished with 40-plus steals, led by Crystal Bradford’s 69, which rank ninth in singleseason history.

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2012-13 CMU Women’s Basketball Roster # 1 3 4 5 12 13 15 20 22 23 24 31 32 33 44

Name Da’Jourie Turner Jessica Green Kylie Welch Jalisa Olive Kerby Tamm Jessica Schroll Chelsea Lynn Jewel Cotton Lauren Bellamy Crystal Bradford Niki DiGuilio Jordan LaDuke Jas’Mine Bracey Brandie Baker Taylor Johnson

Pos. G G G G G F F F F G G F F G F

Ht. 5-6 5-10 5-4 5-4 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-8 5-11 6-2 6-0 5-11

# 33 22 32 23 20 24 3 44 31 15 5 13 12 1 4

Name Brandie Baker Lauren Bellamy Jas’Mine Bracey Crystal Bradford Jewel Cotton Niki DiGuilio Jessica Green Taylor Johnson Jordan LaDuke Chelsea Lynn Jalisa Olive Jessica Schroll Kerby Tamm Da’Jourie Turner Kylie Welch

Pos. G F F G F G G F F F G F G G G

Ht. 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-2 5-8 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-4 5-11 5-10 5-6 5-4

Numerical

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

Hometown (Last School) Warren, Mich. (Warren Fitzgerald) Belleville, Mich. (Belleville) Grand Blanc, Mich. (Grand Blanc) Chicago, Ill. (Bogan) Petoskey, Mich. (Petoskey) Midland, Mich. (Iowa State) Detroit, Mich. (Martin Luther King) Harper Woods, Mich. (Harper Woods) Davison, Mich. (Davison) Detroit, Mich. (Inkster) Mount Vernon, Ohio (Mount Vernon) Flushing, Mich. (Florida Gulf Coast) Saginaw, Mich. (Inkster) Flint, Mich. (Flint Hamady) Belding, Mich. (Belding)

Alphabetical Wt. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr.

Hometown (Last School) Flint, Mich. (Flint Hamady) Davison, Mich. (Davison) Saginaw, Mich. (Inkster) Detroit, Mich. (Inkster) Harper Woods, Mich. (Harper Woods) Mount Vernon, Ohio (Mount Vernon) Belleville, Mich. (Belleville) Belding, Mich. (Belding) Flushing, Mich. (Florida Gulf Coast) Detroit, Mich. (Martin Luther King) Chicago, Ill. (Bogan) Midland, Mich. (Iowa State) Petoskey, Mich. (Petoskey) Warren, Mich. (Warren Fitzgerald) Grand Blanc, Mich. (Grand Blanc)

Head Coach: Sue Guevara Associate Head Coach: Heather Oesterle Assistant Coaches: Raina Harmon, Andrew Wodrich Director of Basketball Operations: Phil Wendland Video Coordinator: Russell Rose

Pronunciation Guide Lauren Bellamy - bell-UH-me Jas’Mine Bracey - JAZZ-min Niki DiGuilio - di-JEWL-ee-oh Jalisa Olive - juh-lisa

Da’Jourie Turner - day-JUH-ree Sue Guevara - GUH-vara

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Da’Jourie Turner G • Fr. • 5-6 Warren, Mich.

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3 Jessica Green G • So. • 5-10 Belleville, Mich.

Kylie Welch

G • Jr. • 5-4 Grand Blanc, Mich.

5 Jalisa Olive

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Kerby Tamm

G • Sr. • 5-4 Chicago, Ill.

G • So. • 5-10 Petoskey, Mich.

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Jessica Schroll F • Sr. • 5-11 Midland, Mich.

Chelsea Lynn F • Fr. • 6-0 Detroit, Mich.

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20 Jewel Cotton

F • Fr. • 6-2 Harper Woods, Mich.

22 Lauren Bellamy F • So. • 6-0 Davison, Mich.

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23 Crystal Bradford G • So. • 6-0 Detroit, Mich.

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Jordan LaDuke

Jas’Mine Bracey

Brandie Baker

Taylor Johnson

Sue Guevara

Heather Oesterle

Raina Harmon

Andrew Wodrich

Phil Wendland

G • Jr. • 5-8 Mount Vernon, Ohio

F • Jr. • 5-11 Flushing, Mich.

F • So. • 6-2 Saginaw, Mich.

G • Sr. • 6-0 Flint, Mich.

F • Jr. • 5-11 Belding, Mich.

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History

Head Coach Sixth Season

Associate Head Coach Third Season

Assistant Coach First Season

Assistant Coach First Season

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Media Information 2012-13 Outlook

Covering the Chippewas Central Michigan University encourages your coverage of its athletic events. The Athletic Communications Department is responsible for coordinating the dissemination of pre-event releases, issuing credentials for media members, and coordinating post-event coverage. If the Athletic Communications Department can assist you in your work in any way, please contact a member of our staff.

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Game Notes Game notes are generally available two days prior to a game. Notes are emailed and are also available on the web at cmuchippewas.com. To be added to the email distribution list, please contact Assistant Director Kyle Kelley. Web Sites Media members are reminded that the official athletics web site–cmuchippewas.com–contains updated player stats and bios each week. Also available on the site are weekly video interviews with a coach and player, postgame highlights and press conferences.

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Visiting Radio One ISDN line and one telephone line are available for use by the official radio network of the visiting team. Visiting networks that wish to have additional lines installed at their own expense may do so by contacting CMU Telecommunications at (989) 774-1474. Video The Athletic Communications Department maintains a vast library of video clips for distribution to requesting electronic media. In addition, postgame highlights and press conference cut-ups are available for download using the department’s FTP server. Please contact Justin Hoff for detailed instructions and requests.

Contact Info

Athletic Communications CMU Events Center, Lower Level (989) 774-3277

Director: Jason Kaufman (989) 621-9070 • jason.kaufman@cmich.edu Associate Director: John Regenfuss (989) 400-8913 • regen1jm@cmich.edu Assistant Director (Primary WBB Contact): Kyle Kelley (989) 400-1705 • kyle.kelley@cmich.edu Assistant Director: Rob Wyman (248) 953-6471 • wyman1rd@cmich.edu Communications Assistant: Kyle Terwillegar (989) 859-2482 • kyle.terwillegar@cmich.edu Multimedia/Video Coordinator: Justin Hoff (989) 400-5296 • justin.hoff@cmich.edu Media Room Located on court level, just off the northwest corner of the court, the Media Room is available for members of the working media. A light pregame meal will be served approximately one hour before the game and coaches and selected players will hold a press conference in the room following the game. The room is equipped with internet access and space for media to work. Credential Requests Requests for media credentials should be made by contacting Kyle Kelley in the Athletic Communications Department for the link. Parking passes are not required on campus after 5 p.m. Photographers/Videographers Photographers and videographers are limited to shooting from a seated position on the baseline. Media Will Call Credentials left at Media Will Call will be available at Ticket Central, located inside the CMU Events Center atrium.

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Chippewa Nickname The Central Michigan University Board of Trustees has approved the continued use of the nickname “Chippewas” in association with CMU. The university’s goals are to use the name with honor and respect, increase supportive connections between CMU and Native Americans and improve efforts to sensitize students, faculty and staff to Native American traditions and cultures. Media representatives have been extremely cooperative as we have worked to address this important issue. In nearly all cases, print and broadcast reporters have supported CMU’s efforts to eliminate the use of symbols, headlines and copy that present inappropriate and inaccurate images of Native Americans. Central Michigan University is grateful for your help, and we ask for your continued cooperation and sensitivity. With your assistance, we can continue to use the Chippewa name with dignity and respect. CMU, an AA/EO institution, is strongly and actively committed to increasing diversity within its community (see www.cmich.edu/aaeo).

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Sue Guevara Head Coach Sixth Season

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Date of Birth...............................July 8, 1954 High School.............Sag. St. Stephens HS

College....Saginaw Valley State, 1982

Coaching History 1979-84.......... Saginaw Valley State Head Softball Coach 1979-84.......... Saginaw Valley State Assistant Coach 1984-85 .............................Ohio State Graduate Assistant

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1985-86.................................Ball State Assistant Coach 1986-95..................... Michigan State Assistant Coach 1995-96..................... Michigan State Associate Head Coach 1996-03................................ Michigan Head Coach 2004-07....................................Auburn Assistant Coach 2007-present.......Central Michigan Head coach

Sue Guevara has rebuilt Central Michigan back to its former glory, contending for championships in the Mid-American Conference. The Chippewas have won 70 games in the last four seasons, including the fifth 20-win campaign in program history in 2011-12. In her 158 games on the bench at Central Michigan, a player has scored 20-plus points on 103 occasions after the program saw just 14 such efforts in its 114 games prior to her arrival. Guevara has guided 11 All-MAC selections, including former Chippewas Kaihla Szunko, a two-time All-MAC pick. Three of her freshman in 2011-12 were named to the MAC All-Freshman Team. In addition, four players have joined CMU’s 20-member 1,000-point club under Guevara (Britni Houghton, Angel Chan, Shonda Long and Kaihla Szunko). Houghton, Long and Szunko all finished their careers in the program’s top-10 in career scoring. Also among the honors received under Guevara’s tenure are two MAC Freshman of the Year honors, two MAC Sixth Players of the Year award and six MAC All-Freshman selections. Other highlights during Guevara’s tenure include setting a new single-game attendance record with 5,195 fans in attendance against Georgetown on Nov. 25, 2010, defeating the highest ranked team in program history, No. 12/14 Purdue on Dec. 11, 2011, an upset of No. 23 Louisville on Dec. 2, 2010, both the final win in Rose Center and the first win at McGuirk Arena, the program’s first trip to the MAC Tournament Championship game since 1991, four-straight appearances to the MAC quarterfinals, two straight trips to the MAC semifinals and two straight seasons of playing in the WNIT. During the 2011-12 season Guevara’s team went on a seven-game win streak, the longest since the 1987-88. The 2010-11 20-win campaign marked the program’s best season since 1990-91 (21-8). The 10.5 game improvement in 2008-09 (18-14) from Guevara’s first season is the third-largest in MAC history. Her 76 wins at CMU are already second-most in program history, and she enters the 2012-13 season just one win shy of 200 for her career. Guevara Brings Run and Gun Offense to Central Michigan Twice in the last four seasons the Chippewas have been ranked in the top-five in the nation in scoring and in both seasons boasted the eighthmost three-pointers made per game. CMU averaged 80.5 points per contest in 2010-11 (third), including 7.8 three-pointers, and 78.3 points per game in 2008-09 (fourth), including 8.0 three-pointers. Records set under Guevara’s watch include the individual and team single-game scoring records, the individual single-game made field goals and single-game steals marks, the team single-game three-pointers and free throws made records, most rebounds in a single game, and her team in 2011-12 went 16 straight games without committing more then 20 turnovers, and Shonda Long broke the program’s career three-pointers made record with 230. The top-two team point totals in program history have also come under Guevara, as well as the top-four three-pointers made totals.

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Overall Record 15-11 19-10 18-12 22-8 19-12 17-13 13-16 6-23 18-14 12-18 20-11 20-16

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Conference Record (finish) 7-9 (t-8th) 10-6 (t-3rd) 8-8 (t-6th) 13-3 (2nd) 10-6 (5th) 6-10 (t-9th) 3-13 (t-10th) 2-13 (6th West) 9-7 (4th West) 8-8 (3rd West) 11-5 (2nd West) 8-8 (3rd West)

History

School Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Central Michigan Central Michigan Central Michigan Central Michigan Central Michigan

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Years 1996-1997 1997-1998 1998-1999 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012

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Guevara Turned Around Program at University of Michigan Guevara’s revitalization of the University of Michigan program occurred over seven seasons (1996-2003) as the Wolverines amassed a 123-82 record during her tenure. Michigan had gone 20-88 in the four seasons prior to her arrival. She took the Michigan program into the national spotlight with four consecutive postseason appearances for the first time in the program’s history and led Michigan to three NCAA Tournament bids (1998, 2000 and 2001), including a spot in the second round in 2001. The Wolverines also made a pair of appearances in the WNIT in 1999 and 2002. Guevara was twice named the Big Ten Coach of the Year (1998, 2000) and was named Michigan Coach of the Year in 2000. She developed Stacey

Thomas into Michigan’s first Kodak All-American in 2000 and the school’s first four-time All-Big Ten selection. Guevara coached 17 All-Big Ten honorees including the lone first team selections in Michigan history, Pollyanna Johns in 1998 and Stacey Thomas in 2000. The Wolverines were ranked as high as No. 12 nationally during the 2001-02 season and again in 2002-03. The 1999-2000 squad set the school record for wins in a season with 22 and finished second in the Big Ten, Michigan’s highest finish ever. Four Wolverine players were selected in the WNBA Draft during Guevara’s time at Michigan. Guevara was at Michigan State as an assistant coach under Karen Langeland for nine seasons (1987-1995) before being promoted to associate head coach for her 10th season with MSU. The Spartans posted a record of 149-131 during Guevara’s time in East Lansing. Before MSU, Guevara spent a season as an assistant coach at Ball State after spending a year as a graduate assistant for Ohio State University in 198485. The Buckeyes won the Big Ten championship and reached the regional finals that season. In addition, Guevara led the Big Ten All-Star team on a European tour through Austria, Slovakia and Hungary in 2000. She also was an assistant coach for the 1993 Big Ten tour team that recorded a perfect 6-0 record while playing in England and Scotland. Interestingly, Guevara’s coaching career began on the softball diamond. She served as Saginaw Valley State’s head softball coach from 1979-84 in addition to her hardwood duties as an assistant coach. She was named GLIAC Softball Coach of the Year in 1984. Guevara is a native of Saginaw, Mich. where she attended Saginaw St. Stephens High School. She earned her bachelor’s degree in physical education from Saginaw Valley State University in 1982 and her master’s degree in athletic administration from Ohio State in 1985.

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Taking CMU Job Brings Guevara Back to Michigan With a chance to return to the state she loved after three years at Auburn, Guevara became the Chippewas’ 10th head coach in April 2007. The Michigan native brought 30 seasons of coaching experience at the collegiate level to the sidelines of Rose Arena, including seven seasons of head coaching experience at the University of Michigan. She is U of M’s all-time winningest coach both in total wins (123) and winning percentage (.600). During her time with the Wolverines, she also piled up the most Big Ten wins (57) and the best conference winning percentage (.510) of any head women’s basketball coach in U of M’s history. Five of Michigan’s six postseason appearances came during Guevara’s time on the bench. Prior to CMU, Guevara served as an assistant coach at Auburn for three seasons under Nell Fortner, head coach of the gold medal winning 1998 World Championship and 2000 Olympic teams. The Tigers advanced to the WNIT Elite Eight in 200607 and sent a pair of players to the WNBA during Guevara’s time there.

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Heather Oesterle Associate Head Coach Third Season

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College.................... Michigan, 2002

Coaching History 2002-2003 ............................Stanford Volunteer Assistant Coach 2003-2008 .................................Miami Assistant Coach 2008-2010 . ............. Northern Illinois Assistant Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator

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2010-2012............. Central Michigan Assistant Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator 2012-present.......Central Michigan Associate Head Coach

Heather Oesterle made a big impact on Central Michigan in her two seasons at Central Michigan, as the Chippewas have had two-straight 20-win seasons. After serving as an assistant coach her first two seasons, Oesterle was promoted to Associate Head Coach in July of 2012. Her primary responsibilities at CMU include serving as the recruiting coordinator, player development and scouting. On the court, she works primarily with the shooting guards. Oesterle was part of a coaching staff in 2011-12 that led CMU to its fourth trip to the Mid-American Conference Tournament quarterfinals in as many season, its second trip to the semifinals, and the first trip to the championship game since 1991. The Chippewas put together the fifth 20-win campaign in program history, and received an at-large bid to the WNIT for the second consecutive season, the program’s fourth postseason berth. She worked closely with Kaihla Szunko, who became the first player in MAC history to finish with 1,000 career points and rebounds, and at least 200 career steals. Szunko made 195 field goals in her only season with Oesterle, the fourth-most in program history, and earned second-team All-MAC honors. Oesterle also mentored Taylor Johnson, who became the first player in CMU history to earn MAC Sixth Player of the Year honors and earned a spot on the MAC All-Freshman team. In 2012 Johnson was a member of the AllMAC Honorable Mention team. A seven-year veteran of the Mid-American Conference, Oesterle joined the Chippewas in the summer of 2010. Oesterle spent the previous two seasons at Northern Illinois University and the five seasons prior at Miami University, serving as an assistant coach at both stops. She served as the recruiting coordinator at NIU, worked primarily with the guards and held a significant role in the offensive game planning. She also acted as the program’s summer camps director. At Miami, Oesterle worked with all five positions on the floor during her tenure and handled the travel arrangements as well as the summer skills camps. She also created and organized the Miami FastBreak Booster Club. Oesterle joined MU after serving one season as a volunteer assistant coach for a Stanford University program that finished the season 27-5 and ranked among the top-15 in the nation while advancing to the NCAA Tournament. Prior to her stint with the Cardinal, Oesterle was a four-year contributor for the University of Michigan women’s basketball team during Guevara’s tenure as the head coach of the Wolverines. Oesterle served as the team captain in 2001-02 and was honored with the program’s Leadership Award following her senior season. She helped the Wolverines to a four-year record of 76-45 (.628) that included two NCAA Tournament and two NIT appearances. A native of Mason, Mich., where she was a Detroit Free Press Class A AllState selection as a high school senior, Oesterle set the Mason High School career scoring record with 1,451 points during her prep career. She graduated from UM in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and graduated from MU in 2008 with a master’s degree in sport studies.

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Assistant Coach First Season

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Coaching History 2005-10.....Michigan Crossover AAU Head Coach 2009-10.... Martin Luther King Jr. HS Assistant Coach 2011-12................................ Michigan Director of Basketball Operations

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2012-present.......Central Michigan Assistant coach

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College.....Central Michigan, 2004

Raina Harmon returns home to CMU after spending the 2011-12 season as director of basketball operations for Michigan. Harmon was a four-year letterwinner at CMU (2001-04), receiving the 2003 Dee Pommerenk Sportsmanship Award. In addition to her on-the-court success, Harmon was the President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee during the 2003-04 academic year. Harmon’s primary responsibilities at CMU will be player development, community relations and scouting. Prior to accepting the position at Michigan, Harmon spent five years with the Think Detroit Police Athletic League (PAL). While there, she managed a budget of $450,000 and coordinated the logistics for nearly 12,000 participants within the 11 leagues the organization sponsored. In addition to her service work with Think Detroit PAL, Harmon was an assistant basketball coach at Martin Luther King Jr. High School in Detroit (2009-10). She has also been the head coach of the Michigan Crossover AAU team. Harmon earned a bachelor of applied arts in sports studies and marketing from CMU in 2004. She received her master’s degree in sports administration from Wayne State in 2009.

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College..........Bethel College, 2007

Coaching History 2007-10.................. Indiana Elite AAU Head Coach 2010-11...............Western Michigan Director of Basketball Operations 2011-12...............Western Michigan Assistant Coach

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Andrew Wodrich enters his first season at CMU after spending the last two seasons at Western Michigan under former head coach Tasha McDowell. During the 2010-11 season he was the director of operations before earning a spot as an assistant last season. Wodrich’s primary responsibilities at CMU will include player development, community relations and scouting. He will also work primarily with the perimeter players. Before finding a home in the Mid-American Conference, Wodrich spent six seasons working for the Midwest Basketball Academy in Mishawaka, Ind., serving as the Vice President and Director of the Indiana Elite Girl’s Basketball Program his last three years. While with the Midwest Academy, Wodrich effectively managed and coached the nationally known Elite Basketball team. He won a state championship in 2008 and claimed runner-up finishes in 2007 and 2009. During his tenure he coached 10 of his student-athletes on to Division I basketball. Wodrich has lasting ties to the Chippewa community, being a guest speaker and camp counselor during Chippewa basketball camps. Wodrich earned his bachelor of arts degree in physical education from Bethel College in 2007. He played two seasons for the Pilots’ men’s basketball team, from 2004-06.

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Russell Rose was added to the Central Michigan women’s basketball staff as its video coordinator in September of 2012. Rose, a 2007 graduate of Davenport University in business administration, comes from an extensive basketball background having spent time at the high school, collegiate and AAU levels. Following graduation, Rose served as a Chippewa Athletic Fund assistant during the 2007-08 academic year. In August 2011, Rose founded the Michigan Basketball Club, a women’s AAU program created to develop high school athletes into college caliber players. Rose was responsible for recruiting athletes, scheduling tournaments, managing the team’s budget and creating and maintaining the organization’s website. In addition, Rose has spent the last two seasons as the head coach of the girls’ varsity program at Hopkins High School in Hopkins, Mich. During his time there he doubled the program’s wins totals in both the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons respectively, hired and managed freshman and junior varsity coaching staff and raised more than $3,000 for the program this past season. Rose began coaching the Grand Rapids Storm in 2010, where he was responsible for managing 14U, 15U and 16U teams. While at Davenport University, Rose played basketball and was named captain his senior season. He is currently working on his Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Davenport.

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Philip Wendland joined the staff to fill the position of Director of Basketball Operations in 2011. Wendland handles CMU’s travel arrangements and equipment, as well as the team’s film exchange and budget. He also oversees the team’s managers, assists with the facilitation of camps and aids the rest of the coaching staff in the day-to-day operations of the program. A native of Plymouth, Wendland joined the CMU staff after spending five years as a team manager for the University of Michigan. He was a team manager from 2006 to 2008 before taking over as the head team manager in 2008. In 2009 he was given the Graduate Administrative position. Wendland graduated from UM in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sports Management and a minor in Economics. He served as a inside sales intern and a brand marketing intern at Palace Sports and Entertainment in Auburn Hills. He then returned to the UM to receive his Master of Arts Degree in Sports Management, which was completed in 2011. While at the Michigan, Wendland oversaw managers’ and practice players’ programs, maintained recruiting files, composed newsletters, handled team travel plans, assisted with the on-campus recruiting visits, assisted with camps and clinics and managed the team’s video needs.

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First row (left to right): Da’Jourie Turner, Kerby Tamm, Lauren Bellamy, Jas’Mine Bracey, Taylor Johnson, Jordan LaDuke, Jessica Schroll, Brandie Baker, Jalisa Olive, Niki DiGuilio, Kylie Welch, Jessica Green, Crystal Bradford, Chelsea Lynn, Jewel Cotton. Back row: Manager Natalie Iverson, Manager Quentin Davis, Manager Shea Mead, Athletic Trainer Robin Jones, Phil Wendland, Raina Harmon, Sue Guevara, Andrew Wodrich, Heather Oesterle, Russell Rose, volunteer Annie Van Dyke, trainer Mackenzie McDougall, trainer Allison Weaver.

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Dave Heeke Associate Vice President/Athletics Director Seventh Year Dave Heeke has instilled his vision of a “Championship Culture” at Central Michigan University. Athletic success, academic excellence, national media exposure, record fund-raising and a commitment to facilities have defined Heeke’s tenure as CMU’s director of athletics. The Chippewas earned the Mid-American Conference’s inaugural Cartwright Award after the 2008-09 academic year as the league’s top overall institution, capturing the annual honor given to the program that most exemplifies excellence in academics, athletics and citizenship. The 2009-10 academic year brought conference championships in football, women’s soccer, wrestling, gymnastics and baseball. The Chippewas added conference tournament titles in women’s soccer, wrestling and baseball while the men’s basketball program repeated as the MAC West Division champion. The department captured the 2007 Reese Trophy for MAC men’s all-sports competition, and they have finished in the top three in four of his five years. In 2010, CMU placed second in the Reese standings and third in the Jacoby Trophy (women’s all-sports) standings, following one of the most successful years in recent history, and the women’s standing improved to second in 2011. The Chippewa football program made four consecutive bowl appearances from 2006-09 and won three MAC West titles during that span. CMU’s wrestling program has finished in the top 15 at the NCAA Championships each of the last four years, including a seventh-place finish to cap a 2008 season that saw the Chippewas ranked as high as No. 2 nationally. In 2010 they became the first squad in MAC history to qualify all 10 wrestlers for nationals. Both the volleyball and women’s basketball programs have experienced their most successful seasons in nearly two decades in recent years, while the soccer team won back-to-back MAC regular-season and tournament titles, winning a first-round NCAA Tournament match in 2009. The Chippewas have earned the MAC’s Institutional Academic Achievement Award 10 times in the last 13 years, and CMU’s women’s varsity programs combined to win the conference’s inaugural Faculty Athletics Representative Academic Achievement Award following the 2007-08 academic year. The Chippewa soccer program has posted the highest gradepoint average in the country each of the past seven years. Facility upgrades and renovations for all sports have been staples under Heeke’s leadership. Highlighting his efforts is the ongoing capital campaign to fund the new CMU Events Center, which opened December 1, 2010. The $22.5 million project includes a complete renovation of the arena in the Rose Center, as well as the addition of a dynamic entryway and new practice facilities for basketball, volleyball and wrestling. Among the first facility improvements Heeke oversaw was the installation of permanent lights at Kelly/Shorts Stadium to allow for flexible scheduling and television appearances for football. A new $2.5 million video scoreboard system, funded fully through private contributions, debuted during the 2007-08 seasons in both Kelly/Shorts and Rose Center. The Rose Center court was refinished with an updated floor design in 2006. An increased focus on fund-raising has led to five consecutive record-breaking years - the most successful years of giving in the department’s history. The 2007-08 school year marked the first time in school history that $1 million was generated for annual funds thanks to an all-time high in number of donors. In the past six years, the department’s fundraising numbers have doubled, increasing to $1,2 million in 2010-1. Heeke has reorganized athletic fund-raising through a new umbrella organization called the Chippewa Athletic Fund (CAF). Heeke is contributing to the national landscape as a member of the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee and the Division I Football Issues Committee, currently serving terms on both committees that run until September 2015. He had previously served on the baseball committee from 2006-08. During his first 18 months on the job, Heeke was faced with the task of hiring three head coaches for football and both men’s and women’s basketball. He tabbed Ernie Zeigler in men’s basketball, Butch Jones in football and Sue Guevara in women’s basketball. The East Lansing, Mich., native spent 18 years at the University of Oregon, including serving as senior associate athletics director/chief of staff. There he assisted the athletics director with the daily operation of the Ducks’ $40 million budget and 17 sports. His primary role was revenue generation through external operations. He also was the direct administrative supervisor for football, men’s basketball, women’s soccer and softball. Heeke received a bachelor’s degree from Albion College in 1985 and a master’s degree from Ohio State University in 1987. At Albion, he was a co-captain of the baseball team and a member of the club hockey team. He was a three-sport athlete at East Lansing High School. He and his wife, Liz, have three boys, Ryan, Max and Zach.

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Executive Associate Director of Athletics/ Sport Administration • 40th Year

Deputy Director of Athletics and Chief Operating Officer • 15th Year

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Former CMU football letterwinner Derek van der Merwe has been an administrator in the Central Michigan University Athletics Department since 1997. He was promoted to Deputy Athletics Director and Chief Operating Officer in December 2011. Van der Merwe oversees facilities, events, summer camps, business operations, athletic communications, and the corporate sales and marketing areas. He serves as the primary administrator for softball, wrestling, baseball, men’s basketball and football. In the fall of 2011, Van der Merwe was one of 12 senior associate athletic directors from around the country selected by the Division I-A Athletic Directors’ Association to participate in its inaugural Fellows Program – a program which establishes professional mentoring relationships and developmental opportunities for future athletic directors. Orchestrating a majority of the department’s daily external and internal functions, Van der Merwe served as Senior Associate Athletics Director from 2005-11, overseeing the business, compliance, facilities, event management, equipment, ticketing, and communications offices. The point person for the department’s capital projects, he served as chair of the university’s Design and Construction Committee for the CMU Events Center which opened in December 2010. Van der Merwe has become a major influence in the sport of wrestling on a national level. He served a four-year stint on the NCAA Division I Wrestling Committee from 2007-11, which included one year as chair. He began his professional career as an academic adviser in the Chippewa Athletics Department before becoming the compliance coordinator in 1998. He was promoted to director of compliance in 1999, to assistant athletics director in 2001, and associate athletics director with sport oversight responsibilities in 2002. He received both a bachelor’s degree (1996) and a master’s degree (2005) from CMU. Derek and his wife, Amy, a former three-time All-MAC Chippewa softball player, have three children: Emily, Lauren and Ian.

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Marcy Weston has spent 40 years as a major influence on intercollegiate athletics, both at Central Michigan University since 1972 and on a national level. Weston oversees five sports – volleyball, soccer, field hockey, gymnastics and women’s basketball – as Executive Associate Director of Athletics/Sport Administration at CMU. Her duties include supervising student-athlete services, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, student employment and department personnel. Weston served as Senior Associate Athletics Director from 1989 until 2011. Well-known across the country, she served as the National Coordinator of NCAA Women’s Basketball Officiating from 1986 to 2005. Weston has extensive officiating experience of her own, officiating the 1982 and 1984 NCAA Women’s Basketball championship games. The National Association of Sport Officials honored Weston in 2008 as the first female to earn the Gold Whistle Award. The award recognizes an individual who significantly contributes to the betterment of officiating on a national level. The NCAA recognized Weston in 1991 as one of nine major contributors to the first decade (1981-91) of NCAA women’s basketball. Weston was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2000, and four years later, was inducted into the CMU Athletics Hall of Fame. Weston has received special recognition awards from the University of Dayton National Alumni Association (2000), the Michigan High School Athletic Association (2000) and the CMU Leadership Institute (2001). She was named National Collegiate Women Administrators Region V Administrator of the Year (1994), NCAA Regional Gymnastics Administrator of the Year (2003 & 2004) and was selected as CMU’s nominee for the 2004 Michigan Distinguished Woman in Higher Education Leadership Award. Weston graduated from Dayton with a Bachelor of Science degree and received her Master of Education from Kent State. She resides in Mount Pleasant and enjoys golfing, recreational travel and spending time with friends and family.

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Dave Heeke................................................ Associate Vice President/Athletics Director Marcy Weston........................................... Executive Associate AD/Sport Administration Derek van der Merwe............................. Deputy AD and Chief Operating Officer Bob Heller................................................... Associate AD for Development Brad Wachler............................................. Associate AD for Business Affairs Nick Williams............................................. Associate AD for Marketing, Sales and Corporate Relations Tera Albrecht............................................. Assistant AD for Student-Athlete Services Mike Dabbs................................................ Assistant AD for Ticketing Sales and Revenue Greg Kigar.................................................. Assistant AD for Facilities and Events Kristen Kosuda-Suhr............................... Assistant AD of Facilities and Sports Camps Benjy Wilber.............................................. Assistant AD/Director of Compliance Craig Willey................................................ Assistant AD for the Chippewa Athletic Fund Jason Kaufman......................................... Director of Communications

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Sue Guevara

Willie Randolph

Cristy Freese

Dan Enos

Jerry Reighard

Neil Stafford

Margo Jonker

Erik Olson

Tom Borrelli

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Brandie Baker Senior 6-0 • Guard Flint, Mich. (Flint Hamady HS)

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GP-GS 31-31 31-31 29-25 91-87

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Total Three-point FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB-AVG A BLK ST PTS-AVG 117-342 .342 51-170 .300 90-123 .732 182-5.9 102 9 60 375-12.1 136-370 .368 21-75 .280 109-155 .703 224-7.2 156 19 41 402-13.0 73-245 .298 14-59 .237 60-98 .612 167-5.8 74 17 48 220-7.6 326-957 .341 86-304 .283 259-376 .689 573-6.3 332 45 149 997-11.0

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Ranks fifth in program history with 332 career assists … enters 2012-13 season just three points shy of 1,000 for career. 2011-12: Scored a season-high 19 points versus Bowling Green (1/28) … scored in double digits in 11 contests … dished out a season-high nine assists against South Florida (11/23) … pulled down a season-high 10 rebounds in win over No. 12 Purdue (12/11) and at Ball State (2/19) … finished MAC play averaging 9.2 points and 5.7 rebounds per game … named MAC West Player of the Week on Nov. 15. 2010-11: Honorable mention All-MAC selection … tied the program’s single season assist record with 156 … made 109 free throws to rank seventh on CMU’s single season list … broke her own minutes played program record with 1,144 … three double-doubles, one triple-double and 23 doublefigure scoring efforts on the season … two games of scoring 20 or more … registered the first triple-double in CMU basketball history against North Carolina A&T … poured in 12 points, grabbed 10 boards and dished out a programrecord 12 assists against the Aggies … earned Winthrop Classic MVP honors for averaging 14.5 points, 9.0 rebounds and 8.5 assists … named MAC West Player of the Week on Nov. 15 … averaged 17.0 points and 6.0 rebounds with 4.0 assists during the Hawkeye Challenge to earn all-tournament honors. 2009-10: Missed the season due to a knee injury suffered in preseason workouts … redshirted. 2008-09: Became just the second player in CMU history to earn MAC Freshman of the Year honors … was a MAC All-Freshman honoree … set a program record with 1,111 minutes played … played the full 40 minutes in a game seven times and fewer than 30 minutes just four times … ranked fourth in the MAC with 35.8 minutes/game … set a CMU record with 51 threes as a freshman and tied her for seventh-most in school history… scored the second-most points by a freshman in school history (375) behind only Sue Nissen’s 507 … posted just the 14th 100-plus assist total in program history and her 102 helpers were the third-most by a freshman … posted one of just 19 seasons at 60-plus steals in program history, just the second by a freshman … narrowly missed a tripledouble with 15 points, 10 assists and seven boards against Kent State (2/4) … was the first player since Priscilla Poole in 2004 to post 10 assists in a game … came close to a triple-double again against Toledo (3/2) when she finished with 22 points, eight boards and seven dimes … teamed with Kaihla Szunko to post the best rebound tandem in the MAC (15.7 combined boards) … led the team in scoring and rebounding six times each. High School: Finished fourth in Michigan’s Miss Basketball voting after her senior year … McDonald’s All-American nominee … adidas All-American … guided Flint Hamady to a 93-11 record in four seasons … won three Genesee Area conference titles, four district crowns and reached two state semifinals … finished second on Hamady’s all-time scoring list with 1,145 career points … averaged 15.5 points, 9.8 rebounds, 4.2 steals and 3.8 assists as a senior … named first-team All-State by the Detroit News, Detroit Free Press, Associated Press and Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan … named to the Detroit Free Press Dream Team … Flint Journal Player of the Year … ranked as the No. 3 player in the state entering her senior year by the Detroit News and the No. 4 player by the Detroit Free Press … earned BCAM Academic All-State honors as well … earned first-team AllState by the Detroit News and Detroit Free Press after her junior season … averaged 15.0 points, 6.2 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.0 steals as a junior, guiding her squad to the state title game … finished her high school career with 10 letters: four in basketball, four in track and two in volleyball … also played AAU ball for Team Michigan under Kevin Macadoo … graduated as the salutatorian.

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Sophomore 6-0 • Forward Davison, Mich. (Davison HS) Total Three-point GP-GS FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 2011-12 19-0 10-20 .500 0-0 .000 3-7

PCT REB-AVG .429 29-1.5

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BLK ST PTS-AVG 1 3 23-1.2

PCT REB-AVG .500 244-7.2

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BLK ST PTS-AVG 36 39 332-9.8

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2011-12: Named to the All-MAC Freshmen Team … also was a MAC All-Tournament Team selection … started 34 of 36 games … recorded 14 double digit scoring efforts and six double-doubles … scored a season-high 21 points twice versus Robert Morris (11/18) and versus Miami in the MAC Tournament (3/8) … pulled down a season-high 15 rebounds, including 11 offensive, against the College of Charleston (12/29) … averaged 12.4 points and 8.4 rebounds per game in the MAC Tournament … grabbed the fourth most rebounds and scored the sixth most points by a freshman in program history. High School: Rated the No. 9 player in the state of Michigan by the Mid-Michigan Prep News and the Michigan Girls Basketball Report entering her senior season … Earned Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan Class A All-State honors as a junior … also earned fourth-team all-state recognition from the Detroit Free Press and secondteam honors from the Detroit News … played her freshman and sophomore seasons for Detroit Community, reaching the Class B state championship game in 2008 … played club ball for Motor City Top Ten under Dwayne Scott … earned MGBR All-Tournament Honors at the Great Lakes Summer Showcase in 2008 … also played volleyball.

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Total Three-point GP-GS FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 2011-12 34-34 142-302 .470 0-3 .000 48-96

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2011-12: Appeared in 19 games … scored her first career points against Northwestern (11/11) … had a season-high seven points on 3-of-4 shooting against Alaska Anchorage (11/24) … pulled down a season-high five rebounds and dished out a season-high three assists versus Hampton (12/28). 2010-11: Suffered a season-ending knee injury during preseason workouts … redshirted. High School: Averaged 12.5 points and 8.7 rebounds as a junior … earned first-team all-conference honors as a sophomore and junior … averaged 14.8 points and 8.0 boards as a sophomore … played her AAU ball for the Michigan Pistons … helped the team to the 2009 AAU National quarterfinals … 2008 Michigan AAU Division I state champions … three-year letterwinner in basketball and two-year honoree in soccer … second-team all-conference choice as a soccer goalie in 2008. Personal: Father, Jeff, was a four-year letterwinner on CMU’s men’s basketball team from 1984-87 and was a member of the 1987 MAC championship squad.

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Sophomore 6-0 • Guard Detroit, Mich. (Inkster) Total Three-point GP-GS FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 2008-09 32-19 193-459 .420 18-71 .254 51-100

PCT REB-AVG .510 269-8.4

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Currently ranks ninth on the CMU career block list with 57. 2011-12: Earned MAC Honorable mention honors and was named to the MAC All-Freshmen Team … started 19 games as a freshman while appearing in 32 … led the team in scoring (14.2), rebounds (8.4), blocks (57) and steals (69) … finished the season with 11 double-doubles … scored in double digits in all but five games with, including a season-high 27 at Northern Illinois (1/5) … had a season-high 17 rebounds against South Florida (11/23) … posted a season-high five blocks and five steals against Western Michigan (1/11) … named to the Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout All-Tournament Team and set the tournament record for most blocks (6) … recorded three straight double-doubles in the MAC Tournament while finishing with a 16.4 points per game average and 10.6 rebounds … set the tournament record for most field goals made (36), field goals attempted (80) and rebounds (53) … was named to the MAC All-Tournament Team … was named MAC West Player of the Week for the Week of Nov. 28th and Dec. 26th … recorded the second most points and rebounds by a freshman at CMU … posted the fifth most field goals made in a season at 193 … 69 total steals were ninth most in the CMU single-season history … has the second-most blocks in a single season at 57. High School: Rated as the No. 37 prospect in the nation by ESPN, the ninth-best guard … named Class A all-state special mention by the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan and second team all-state by the Detroit Free Press and Detroit News as a junior … earned Class B all-state honors from the associated press, second-team all-state honors from the Detroit News and third-team all-state honors from the Detroit Free Press as a sophomore … earned second-team All-Detroit honors from the Detroit Free Press and first team honors from the Detroit News as a sophomore.

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High School: Selected as a two-time All-Metro first team selection … averaged 23 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and three blocks as a senior … three-time team captain … chose CMU over Eastern Michigan, Akron, Toledo, Illinois, Grand Valley State and Florida Winston.

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Junior 5-8 • Guard Mount Vernon, Ohio (Mount Vernon) Total Three-point GP-GS FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 31-31 98-247 .397 69-171 .404 67-87 34-17 82-237 .346 56-164 .341 43-51 65-48 180-484 .372 125-335 .373 110-138

PCT REB-AVG .770 71-2.3 .843 67-2.0 .797 138-2.1

A BLK ST PTS-AVG 28 4 16 332-10.7 19 2 17 263-7.7 47 6 33 595-9.2

Jessica Green Total Three-point GP-GS FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 2011-12 34-24 154-390 .395 14-48 .292 73-114

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2011-12: Started 24 out of the 34 games played in during her freshman season … had 22 games of over 10 points … scored a season-high 24 points and six assists at Northern Illinois (1/5) … led the team with 96 assists and had 13 games of over four assists … finished the MAC Tournament averaging 12.2 points per game while recording a career-high four blocks against Miami (3/8) … finished the season with the third most points scored by a freshman in program history with 395 … named to the MAC All-Freshman Team. High School: Earned first-team all-area honors as a junior after leading the team in scoring … tabbed first-team All-WWAC as a junior … named Belleville’s MVP and best offensive player … earned second-team all-area honors as a sophomore and honorable mention all-area honors as a freshman from the Ann Arbor News … played club ball for Motor City Top Ten under Dwayne Scott.

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Currently fifth in CMU history for career three-pointers at 180. 2011-12: Led the team in three-point shooting … had eight games of making three or more three-pointers … had 13 double-digit scoring efforts … scored a season-high 22 points on 5-of-10 shooting from behind the arc at Kent State (1/22) … dished out a season-high three assists versus Northwestern (11/11) … posted the seventh-best three-point season by a CMU player making 56 … finished the MAC Tournament averaging 5.6 points … named Academic All-MAC Honorable Mention. 2010-11: MAC Freshman of the Year and MAC AllFreshman honoree … hit 69 three-pointers to break CMU’s freshman record and finish fifth on the program’s single-season chart … three-point field goal percentage ranks sixth on CMU’s single-season chart … five 20-plus scoring efforts and 16 double-figure scoring efforts … hit a pair of threes in her collegiate debut against North Carolina A&T (11/12) and averaged 11.5 points and 2.5 three-pointers per game during the Winthrop Classic (11/12-11/14) … scored a season-best 26 points at Miami (2/2) … connected on a season-high six threes against the RedHawks. High School: Tabbed the District 11 Player of the Year and a District 11 All-Star … two-time first-team all-district and first-team all-conference honoree from the Columbus Dispatch … named All-District special mention from the Associated Press as a senior … earned first-team all-area accolades from the Mount Vernon News as a junior and senior … garnered honorable mention all-district and second-team all-conference honors as a sophomore … played club ball for the Ohio Glory … four-year letterwinner.

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Taylor Johnson Junior 5-11 • Forward Belding, Mich. (Belding)

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Total Three-point GP-GS FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 31-0 107-293 .365 34-101 .337 77-93 34-16 95-242 .393 40-100 .400 53-68 65-16 202-535 .378 74-201 .368 130-161

PCT REB-AVG .828 197-6.4 .779 165-4.9 .807 362-5.6

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44 ST PTS-AVG 45 325-10.5 45 283-8.3 90 608-9.4

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2011-12: Named All-MAC Honorable Mention … started the final 16 games of the season … had 16 games of 10 or more points … had double-doubles against Ole Miss, Bowling Green and Northern Illinois… scored a season-high 20 points on 6-of-8 shooting from behind the arc against Northern Illinois (2/22) … matched season high with 20 points in MAC Championship game versus Eastern Michigan (3/10) … grabbed a season-high 13 rebounds against Ball State (3/3) … finished the MAC Tournament averaging 10 points and four rebounds and had a career-high seven assists against Eastern Michigan … named to the MAC All-Tournament Team … was named MAC West Player of the Week on Dec. 19 and Feb. 27. 2010-11: MAC Co-Sixth Player of the Year … finished with three double-doubles and 17 double-figure scoring efforts on the season … one of only two CMU reserves to play in every game … led the MAC in rebounds by freshmen and finished second in scoring behind teammate Niki DiGuilio … made her collegiate debut off the bench against North Carolina A&T (11/12), scoring six points and grabbing seven boards … put together a pair of doubledoubles in the Hawkeye Challenge (11/20-21), averaging 13.5 points and 12.0 boards with three steals and two blocks … snared a season-high 14 boards against Northern Colorado (11/20) … named MAC West Player of the Week for her efforts on Nov. 22 … scored a season-high 24 points with a season-high six made three-pointers against Toledo (1/19) … went 15-for-17 from the stripe in the first round of the WNIT against Illinois State (3/17), the second-most made free throws in a single game in CMU history. High School: Four-Time all-conference selection … helped her squad to a district title her senior season and a league title her junior season … finished her career averaging 17.8 points, 12.2 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 5.1 steals … tabbed first-team all-state by the Detroit Free Press, Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan and third-team all-state honors from the Associated Press and Detroit News as a senior … named to the Grand Rapids Press Dream Team after her junior season … also earned fourth-team all-state honors from the Detroit Free Press and honorable mention all-state honors from the Associated Press and Detroit News … tabbed the top junior in the state of Michigan by Michball.com entering her senior season … ranked as the 5th-best player in Michigan’s 2010 class by MichiganLadyBallers.com … named one of the Top 100 players in the state by the Detroit Free Press after her sophomore year … earned All-Area Dream Team honors after her freshman and senior seasons from the Greenville Daily News … named to the Grand Rapids Press Dream Team after her junior and senior seasons and third-team as a sophomore … four-time letterwinner in basketball and softball, three times in volleyball … played her AAU basketball for Michigan’s Finest … two-time all-conference volleyball selection … was a standout on the diamond as well, including a four-time all-conference, four-time all district, three-time all-region and two-time all-state laurels … tabbed the Greenville Daily News Player of the Year as a senior in volleyball, basketball and softball … owns the MHSAA career record for home runs (49).

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Junior 5-11 • Forward Flushing, Mich. (Florida Gulf Coast) (Flushing) Total Three-point GP-GS FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 2011-12 29-13 48-134 .358 20-74 .270 20-28

PCT REB-AVG .714 71-2.4

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BLK ST PTS-AVG 5 16 136-4.7

High School: Helped lead team to City Championship senior season … three-time district champ … led squad to regional championship senior year … averaged a double-double during senior campaign … was also an All-City selection in volleyball … also lettered in softball … chose CMU over Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, Tennessee Tech, Illinois-Chicago, Detroit and Cleveland State.

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Freshman 6-0 • Forward Detroit, Mich. (Martin Luther King)

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2011-12: Started 13 games while appearing in 29 … scored her first collegiate points against Ole Miss … scored a season-high 17 points twice - versus Longwood (12/19) and versus the College of Charleston (12/29) … had a seasonhigh 12 rebounds at Wright State … scored in double digits five times. 2010-11: Spent the fall semester at Florida Gulf Coast … transferred to CMU for the spring semester … must sit out due to NCAA transfer rules. High School: Finished her career with 1,529 points … named Player of the Year on the Flint Journal’s All-Area team as a senior … ranked as the sixth best senior in the state of Michigan according to MichiganRankings.com … a McDonald’s All-American nominee as a senior … earned a pair of All-State selections … earned All-Big Nine Conference first-team honors on four occasions … led her team to multiple championships (two league, two district, one regional) and 71 victories in 90 career games … averaged 18.8 points as a sophomore, 18.3 as a junior and 18.8 as a senior … scored double figure points in her final 52 games, beginning with the last two games of her sophomore season … was a first-team All-Big Nine Conference pick as a freshman in 2006, helping Flushing win its second straight league championship … received special mention AP All-State as a sophomore, in addition to making first-team All-Big Nine … led the Big Nine in scoring as a sophomore and as a junior … earned first team All-Big Nine for the third time as a junior, while leading Flushing to the state Class A quarterfinals.

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Total Three-point GP-GS FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB-AVG A BLK ST PTS-AVG 28-4 52-162 .321 21-83 .253 25-40 .625 27-1.0 40 2 26 150-5.4 31-0 66-192 .344 29-90 .322 20-22 .909 24-0.8 48 0 49 181-5.8 34-2 51-160 .319 24-91 .264 31-43 .721 29-0.9 38 1 54 157-4.6 93-6 169-514 .329 74-264 .280 76-105 .724 80-0.9 126 3 129 488-5.2

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2011-12: Named MAC Sixth Player of the Year … appeared in 34 games, starting two … scored in double figures five times … had a season-high 26 points on 4-of-6 shooting from the arc at Ball State (2/19) … also dished out a seasonhigh four assists at Ball State … recorded a season-high four steals three times - vs. Western Michigan (1/11), vs. Miami (2/1) and at Western Michigan (2/25) … had at least two steals in 16 games … finished third on the team with 54 steals. 2010-11: Six double-figure scoring efforts and four games of five three-pointers or more … exploded for a career-best 32 points in the season opener against North Carolina A&T (11/12) … scoring output was a program record for a reserve and tied for 10th on CMU’s single-game scoring chart. 2009-10: Hit double-figures in the scoring column five times … torched No. 17 Texas off the bench for a season-high 22 points … had 14 points against Ohio in the opening round of the MAC Tournament (3/7/10) … had multiple steals in eight games, capped by a season-best six against Northern Illinois (2/14/10). High School: Led Bogan to a 23-7 record and a No. 18 ranking in the state by the Chicago Tribune as a senior … earned honorable mention All-State honors from the Illinois Basketball Services … earned first-team All-City honors from the Chicago Public League Basketball Coaches Association … named a CPLBCA South All-Star … earned 3A/4A Illinois Basketball Coaches Association fourth-team All-State recognition … led Bogan to its first Public League girls championship game as a senior after averaging 13 points, 3.4 steals and 2.1 assists … earned Chicago Tribune all-state special mention honors … named to the Chicago Sun-Times All-Area squad … paced Bogan to a 23-9 record as a junior, averaging 19 points, five assists, five steals and two made threes … led her conference in steals her first three seasons… named first-team all-conference all three seasons of her career … garnered honorable mention all-state accolades her freshman year … two-time Peoria Woodruff Tournament MVP … high school coach was Gary Bell … played club ball for the Illinois Xcitement under coach Xavier Walton.

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Senior 5-11 • Forward Midland, Mich. (Iowa State) (Midland Dow) PCT REB-AVG .705 110-3.3 .649 95-3.2 .643 36-3.6 .674 241-3.3

A 17 35 25 77

BLK ST PTS-AVG 11 7 129-3.9 10 16 125-4.2 4 9 69-6.9 25 32 323-4.4

Kerby Tamm Total Three-point GP-GS FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB-AVG 2011-12 33-1 38-87 .437 29-73 .397 7-7 1.000 38-1.2

A 18

BLK ST PTS-AVG 2 10 112-3.4

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2011-12: Started one game during her freshman campaign while appearing in 33 … scored in double figures in three games, including a season-high 17 on 4-of-6 shooting from behind the arc versus Southeast Missouri (12/18) … also went 4-for-7 to record 12 points against Alaska Anchorage (11/24) … scored nine points on 3-of-4 shooting from long range in the Chippewas’ WNIT appearance versus Illinois State (3/15). High School: Was a four year starter for Petoskey … named first-team Big North Conference, and two times player of the year … first-team Class A All-State for her senior season … BCAM ‘Best of the Best’ award for her senior year.. named Class B first-team all-state by the Associated Press, Detroit News and Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan as a junior … also received second-team all-state recognition from the Detroit Free Press … was a three-time first-team All-Big North Conference honoree … tabbed the Big North Conference Player of the Year after her junior season … is a three-time all-area and all-region honoree … earned honorable mention all-state honors from the Detroit Free Press as a sophomore … served as team captain her junior and sophomore seasons … currently holds the school single season records for points (360), rebounds (246) and free throw percentage (85.9) … finished her senior year as the Petoskey High School career scoring leader with 1,356 total points and the career rebounding leader with 802 rebounds … named Academic All-State her junior year.

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Sophomore 5-10 • Guard Petoskey, Mich. (Petoskey)

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2011-12 (Iowa State): Transferred to CMU after starting the first 10 games for the Iowa State … averaged 6.9 points per game shooting 47.5 percent from the floor and 33.3 percent from three-point range for Cyclones. 2010-11 (Iowa State): Made 16 starts and played in 30 games … averaged 4.2 points and 3.2 rebounds … scored a season-high 11 points against Colorado … had a season-high eight rebounds against North Dakota State. 2009-10 (Iowa State): Saw time in all 33 contests, making one start, as a freshman … earned her first career start against No. 8 Texas A&M, grabbing five rebounds in the effort … was a key contributor in ISU’s come-from-behind NCAA second-round win over Green Bay, scoring nine points and posting four rebounds … tallied a career-high 14 points and dished out a career-high four assists at Nebraska. High School: Named Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan All-State First-Team honoree as a senior … was a McDonald’s All-America nominee … Sporting News preseason honorable-mention All-American … averaged 14.7 points, 3.8 rebounds and three assists per game as a senior … was an all-state honorable-mention pick as a sophomore ... a first-team all conference pick and an all-area first-team honoree as a sophomore … second-team all-conference as a freshman … made all-conference in track and field as a freshman and sophomore … was a four-time National Junior Olympic Champion in AAU track and field … National Honor Society and student council member.

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Iowa State Statistics Total Three-point GP-GS FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 2009-10 33-1 42-93 .452 2-12 .167 43-61 2010-11 30-16 42-86 .488 4-16 .250 37-57 2011-12 10-10 28-59 .475 4-12 .333 9-14 Total 73-27 112-238 .471 10-40 .250 89-132

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Da’Jourie Turner Freshman 5-6 • Guard Warren, Mich. (Warren Fitzgerald)

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High School: Three-time district champ … named a first-team All-State selection following junior campaign … named All-State Special Mention by the Associated Press following senior season … All-Macomb honoree … broke Macomb County scoring record by scoring 47 points in a game as a junior … averaged 28 points per game over last two seasons … played AUU for Top Ten under coach Dwayne Scott for nine years … chose CMU over Toledo, Nebraska, Detroit, Dayton, Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, Akron and Cleveland State.

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Total Three-point GP-GS FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB-AVG 21-0 8-22 .364 4-10 .400 13-18 .722 16-0.8 28-25 12-37 .324 5-25 .200 4-4 1.000 15-0.5 49-25 20-59 .339 9-35 .257 17-22 .773 31-0.6

A 33 36 69

BLK ST PTS-AVG 0 8 33-1.6 0 5 33-1.2 0 13 66-1.3

2011-12: Started 25 games for the Chippewas, while appearing in 28 … had a career-high 11 points at Buffalo (2/11) … had a career-high three rebounds in games against Ball State (3/3) and Miami (3/8) … dished out a season-high four assists against Northern Illinois (2/22) … finished the season with a 1.4 assist/turnover ratio. 2010-11: Played a season-high 26 minutes at Miami (2/2), scoring a season-high eight points … appeared in 14 of CMU’s final 17 games … boasted a 2.1 assist-to-turnover ratio … went 5-for-8 from the floor in her final 10 games, including 4-for-5 from the arc. High School: Earned first-team all-conference and honorable mention all-state honors as a senior … named team MVP as a junior and senior … also earned league all-academic honors as a junior and senior … averaged 10.2 points, 6.4 assists and 1.7 steals as a senior while shooting 40 percent from three-point range … helped her AAU squad to state titles in 2008 and 2009, and reached the Final Four at the 2009 AAU nationals … also lettered in lacrosse, earning firstteam all-state honors in 2009 … played AAU ball for seven seasons with the Michigan Pistons under coach Ben Varner.

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## Player

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23 03 32 44 24 33 31 05 01 12 02 22 04 42

BRADFORD, Crystal GREEN, Jessica BRACEY, Jas'Mine JOHNSON, Taylor DiGUILIO, Niki BAKER, Brandie LaDUKE, Jordan OLIVE, Jalisa MILLER, Skylar TAMM, Kerby SCOTT, Leah BELLAMY, Lauren WELCH, Kylie HUFF, Sarah Team Total.......... Opponents......

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Score by Periods Central Michigan Opponents

OVERALL 20-16 8-8 12-8

HOME 7-5 5-3 2-2

AWAY 7-8 3-5 4-3

NEUTRAL 6-3 0-0 6-3

Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds gp-gs min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta ft% off def tot avg

pf dq

32-19 34-24 34-34 34-16 34-17 29-25 29-13 34-2 34-4 33-1 3-0 19-0 28-25 7-0

70 77 76 87 49 54 42 44 76 24 2 26 6 0

837 941 839 613 746 924 480 495 545 354 26 129 374 22

26.2 193-459 27.7 154-390 24.7 142-302 18.0 95-242 21.9 82-237 31.9 73-245 16.6 48-134 14.6 51-160 16.0 46-105 10.7 38-87 8.7 1-6 6.8 10-20 13.4 12-37 3.1 0-2

36 7325 36 7325

1st 1168 1151

.420 .395 .470 .393 .346 .298 .358 .319 .438 .437 .167 .500 .324 .000

18-71 14-48 0-3 40-100 56-164 14-59 20-74 24-91 0-0 29-73 0-1 0-0 5-25 0-0

.254 .292 .000 .400 .341 .237 .270 .264 .000 .397 .000 .000 .200 .000

51-100 73-114 48-96 53-68 43-51 60-98 20-28 31-43 49-87 7-7 3-4 3-7 4-4 5-8

.510 .640 .500 .779 .843 .612 .714 .721 .563 1.000

.750 .429 1.000

.625

945-2426 .390 220-709 .310 450-715 .629 869-2266 .383 212-707 .300 509-728 .699

2nd 1335 1252

OT 57 56

101 168 269 69 94 163 95 149 244 50 115 165 19 48 67 47 120 167 25 46 71 7 22 29 74 49 123 7 31 38 0 0 0 14 15 29 0 15 15 1 9 10 79 97 176 588 978 1566 528 1033 1561

to blk stl pts

avg

95 57 69 455 108 18 61 395 57 36 39 332 97 2 45 283 49 2 17 263 45 17 48 220 27 5 16 136 46 1 54 157 36 2 41 141 18 2 10 112 6 0 1 5 12 1 3 23 25 0 5 33 3 1 1 5 6 43.5 633 10 467 630 144 410 2560 43.4 600 - 544 707 112 268 2459

14.2 11.6 9.8 8.3 7.7 7.6 4.7 4.6 4.1 3.4 1.7 1.2 1.2 0.7

8.4 4.8 7.2 4.9 2.0 5.8 2.4 0.9 3.6 1.2 0.0 1.5 0.5 1.4

2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

a

76 96 25 46 19 74 17 38 14 18 1 7 36 0

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Opponent NORTHWESTERN at Robert Morris at Pittsburgh vs South Florida $at Alaska Anchorage at Wichita State

HOME 7-5 5-3 2-2

Wot W

AWAY 7-8 3-5 4-3 Score 60-69 55-64 70-77 80-86 90-84 58-49

12/19/11 12/20/11 12/28/11 12/29/11 01/05/12 01/08/12 01/11/12 01/14/12 01/19/12 01/22/12 01/25/12 01/28/12 02/01/12 02/04/12 02/11/12 02/15/12 02/19/12

vs Longwood +at Wright State vs Hampton vs College of Charleston *at Northern Illinois *at Toledo *WESTERN MICHIGAN *BALL STATE *at Eastern Michigan *at Kent State *OHIO *BOWLING GREEN *MIAMI (OHIO) *at AKRON *at Buffalo *TOLEDO *at BSU

02/22/12 02/25/12 02/28/12 03/03/12

*NORTHERN ILLINOIS *at Western Michigan *EASTERN MICHIGAN BALL STATE

W W W W

73-50 66-53 61-46 86-62

03/07/12 03/08/12 03/09/12

vs Ohio vs Miami Nvs Bowling Green

W W W

58-55 78-64 69-66

vs Eastern Michigan at Illinois State

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Attendance Summary Games

Home Away Neutral Total

12 15 9 36

Attend

12020 19899 7287 39206

W W Wot W W W

W

W

70-59 65-60 51-77 72-69 86-67 53-58 93-85 84-66 60-73 64-67 67-53 72-77 57-79 87-97 66-60 62-80 76-84

71-72 68-69

L

L

L

L L Lot L L L L

837 704 507 146

108 (18)BRACEY, Jas'Mine 233 (17)BRADFORD, Crystal 907 (17)GREEN, Jessica (18)BRACEY, Jas'Mine 279 (27)BRADFORD, Crystal 3762 (23)BRADFORD, Crystal 831 (22)GREEN, Jessica 746 (16)BRADFORD, Crystal 668 (16)BRACEY, Jas'Mine 387 (22)DiGUILIO, Niki 543 (16)JOHNSON, Taylor 1157 (19)BAKER, Brandie 469 (13)JOHNSON, Taylor 676 (17)DiGUILIO, Niki 1145 (12)DiGUILIO, Niki 725 (13)BAKER, Brandie 601 (26)OLIVE, Jalisa 521 1903 576 615

L L

(20)JOHNSON, Taylor (16)GREEN, Jessica (12)GREEN, Jessica (13)JOHNSON, Taylor (13)BRACEY, Jas'Mine (13)BAKER, Brandie (17)BRADFORD, Crystal (21)BRACEY, Jas'Mine (20)BRADFORD, Crystal

1752 (20)JOHNSON, Taylor 1232 (23)BRADFORD, Crystal

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History

03/10/12 03/15/12

79-86

W 75-62 Wot 78-75 W 100-59

High Points (14)BRADFORD, Crystal (21)BRACEY, Jas'Mine (18)BRADFORD, Crystal (22)BRADFORD, Crystal (14)BAKER, Brandie (11)DiGUILIO, Niki (11)BRADFORD, Crystal (11)GREEN, Jessica (17)GREEN, Jessica (16)BAKER, Brandie (20)BRACEY, Jas'Mine (17)TAMM, Kerby

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Att. 4296 264 1491 4374 5314 1437

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L L L Lot

NEUTRAL 6-3 0-0 6-3

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Date 11/11/11 11/18/11 11/20/11 11/23/11 11/24/11 11/30/11

OVERALL 20-16 8-8 12-8

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Central Michigan Basketball Central Michigan Overall/Conference Statistics (FINAL) All games SUMMARY BRADFORD, Crystal GREEN, Jessica BRACEY, Jas'Mine JOHNSON, Taylor DiGUILIO, Niki BAKER, Brandie LaDUKE, Jordan OLIVE, Jalisa MILLER, Skylar TAMM, Kerby SCOTT, Leah BELLAMY, Lauren WELCH, Kylie HUFF, Sarah Totals Opponent

gp-gs 32-19 34-24 34-34 34-16 34-17 29-25 29-13 34-2 34-4 33-1 3-0 19-0 28-25 7-0 36 36

SCORING BRADFORD, Crystal GREEN, Jessica BRACEY, Jas'Mine JOHNSON, Taylor DiGUILIO, Niki BAKER, Brandie LaDUKE, Jordan OLIVE, Jalisa MILLER, Skylar TAMM, Kerby SCOTT, Leah BELLAMY, Lauren WELCH, Kylie HUFF, Sarah Totals Opponent

fg-fga 193-459 154-390 142-302 95-242 82-237 73-245 48-134 51-160 46-105 38-87 1-6 10-20 12-37 0-2 945-2426 869-2266

TOTALS BRADFORD, Crystal GREEN, Jessica BRACEY, Jas'Mine JOHNSON, Taylor DiGUILIO, Niki BAKER, Brandie LaDUKE, Jordan OLIVE, Jalisa MILLER, Skylar TAMM, Kerby SCOTT, Leah BELLAMY, Lauren WELCH, Kylie HUFF, Sarah Totals Opponent

min/g 26.2 27.7 24.7 18.0 21.9 31.9 16.6 14.6 16.0 10.7 8.7 6.8 13.4 3.1

Overall Statistics fg% 3fg% ft% r/g a/g stl blk pts/g .420 .254 .510 8.4 2.4 69 57 14.2 .395 .292 .640 4.8 2.8 61 18 11.6 .470 .000 .500 7.2 0.7 39 36 9.8 .393 .400 .779 4.9 1.4 45 2 8.3 .346 .341 .843 2.0 0.6 17 2 7.7 .298 .237 .612 5.8 2.6 48 17 7.6 .358 .270 .714 2.4 0.6 16 5 4.7 .319 .264 .721 0.9 1.1 54 1 4.6 .438 .000 .563 3.6 0.4 41 2 4.1 .437 .397 1.000 1.2 0.5 10 2 3.4 .167 .000 .750 0.0 0.3 1 0 1.7 .500 .000 .429 1.5 0.4 3 1 1.2 .324 .200 1.000 0.5 1.3 5 0 1.2 .000 .000 .625 1.4 0.0 1 1 0.7 .390 .310 .629 43.5 13.0 410 144 71.1 .383 .300 .699 43.4 15.1 268 112 68.3 Overall Statistics fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta ft% pts .420 18-71 .254 51-100 .510 455 .395 14-48 .292 73-114 .640 395 .470 0-3 .000 48-96 .500 332 .393 40-100 .400 53-68 .779 283 .346 56-164 .341 43-51 .843 263 .298 14-59 .237 60-98 .612 220 .358 20-74 .270 20-28 .714 136 .319 24-91 .264 31-43 .721 157 .438 0-0 .000 49-87 .563 141 .437 29-73 .397 7-7 1.000 112 .167 0-1 .000 3-4 .750 5 .500 0-0 .000 3-7 .429 23 .324 5-25 .200 4-4 1.000 33 .000 0-0 .000 5-8 .625 5 .390 220-709 .310 450-715 .629 2560 .383 212-707 .300 509-728 .699 2459

o-reb d-reb total 101 168 269 69 94 163 95 149 244 50 115 165 19 48 67 47 120 167 25 46 71 7 22 29 74 49 123 7 31 38 0 0 0 14 15 29 0 15 15 1 9 10 588 978 1566 528 1033 1561

Overall Statistics pf fo a 70 2 76 77 1 96 76 1 25 87 1 46 49 1 19 54 1 74 42 1 17 44 0 38 76 1 14 24 0 18 2 0 1 26 1 7 6 0 36 0 0 0 633 10 467 600 - 544

to 95 108 57 97 49 45 27 46 36 18 6 12 25 3 630 707

a/to 0.8 0.9 0.4 0.5 0.4 1.6 0.6 0.8 0.4 1.0 0.2 0.6 1.4 0.0 0.7 0.8

pts/g 14.2 11.6 9.8 8.3 7.7 7.6 4.7 4.6 4.1 3.4 1.7 1.2 1.2 0.7 71.1 68.3

hi pts 27 24 21 20 22 19 17 26 11 17 4 7 11 3 100 97

gp-gs 12-7 14-10 14-14 16-10 14-8 10-7 16-8 16-1 15-2 16-0

Conference Statistics fg% 3fg% ft% r/g .407 .333 .400 7.9 .385 .368 .623 5.6 .406 .000 .533 6.2 .413 .422 .733 6.4 .322 .333 .833 2.4 .340 .227 .622 5.7 .338 .250 .647 2.3 .340 .227 .759 1.0 .400 .000 .558 4.3 .415 .382 1.000 1.2

min/g 25.0 30.1 23.0 21.7 23.3 30.2 16.3 16.3 18.4 10.0

9-0 4.8 14-13 14.1 4-0 1.8 16 16

fg-fga 68-167 69-179 43-106 59-143 39-121 32-94 22-65 33-97 20-50 17-41 1-6 6-27 0-0 409-1096 385-965

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o-reb d-reb total 39 56 95 34 45 79 27 60 87 28 75 103 12 22 34 17 40 57 17 19 36 2 14 16 44 21 65 3 16 19 2 0 0 264 207

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NORTHWESTERN at Robert Morris at Pittsburgh vs South Florida at Alaska Anchorage at Wichita State BRADLEY PURDUE at Ole Miss vs Southeast Missouri vs Longwood at Wright State vs Hampton vs College of Charlesto at Northern Illinois at Toledo WESTERN MICHIGAN BALL STATE at Eastern Michigan at Kent State OHIO BOWLING GREEN MIAMI (OHIO) at AKRON at Buffalo TOLEDO at BSU NORTHERN ILLINOIS at Western Michigan EASTERN MICHIGAN BALL STATE vs Ohio vs Miami vs Bowling Green vs Eastern Michigan at Illinois State

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01 02 03 04 05 01 12 02 22 03 23 04 24 05 31 12 32 22 33 42 44 Opponent Date Score MILLER,SKY SCOTT,LEAH GREEN,JESS WELCH,KYLI OLIVE,JALI TAMM,KERBY BELLAMY,LA MILLER,SKY SCOTT,LEAH GREEN,JESS WELCH,KYLI Opponent OLIVE,JALI TAMM,KERBY Date BELLAMY,LA Score BRADFORD,C DIGUILIO,N LADUKE,JOR BRACEY,JAS BAKER,BRAN HUFF,SARAH JOHNSON,TA NORTHWESTERN 11/11/11 60-69 L 5-3-0 DNP 13-5-4 0-0-0 0-0-2 0-0-0 2-1-0 5-3-0 at Robert DNP 13-5-11/18/11 4 0-0NORTHWESTERN -0 0-0-32-3-0 011/11/11 -0-DNP 0 60-69 2-1-50-8-3L 14-20-0-0-2 12-30-3-1-0 DNP0-2-1 6-8-DNP 0 0-3-2 DNP 8-3-1 Morris 55-64 L 55-64 3-3-0 at Pittsburgh DNP 5-8-311/20/11 0-0at70-77 -2Robert LMorris 0-1-00-1-0 011/18/11 -2-41-0-0 DNP9-2-2L 17-4DNP -3 9-4-01-0-0 DNP6-0-2 21-11DNP -0 0-8-3 0-1-0 0-5-0 at80-86 Pittsburgh 70-77 0-1-0 vs South Florida 4-0-0 9-2-211/23/11 DNP 611/20/11 -0-12-0-0 DNP 18-12DNP -2 8-1-01-0-0 DNP0-1-0 16-8DNP -1 7-8-3 DNP 2-3-1 L 0-0-60-7-0 16-2-1L 90-84 11-6-3L 12-5-4 vs South WFlorida 80-86 6-7-0 at Alaska 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2-2-00-1-1 4-2-01-2-1 20-60-1-0-0 11-7-0 DNP 16-10-1 W 0-0-61-3-1 State 65-60 W 5Missouri 100-59 9-7-1 at Wright DNP 7-1-412/20/11 9-1vs -2 Southeast -1-93-6-0 1712/18/11 -2DNP -0 0-21-21-3-W3 10-20-0-0-1 11-1DNP -0 10-32-1-0-0 6-5-DNP 1 0-2-4 3-7-0 13-2-2 51-77 L 0-1-81-4-1 70-59 6-3-1 vs Hampton DNP 5-3-212/28/11 0-0vs -2Longwood 012/19/11 -2-DNP 1 0-01-07-4-W2 13-52-2-0-0 3-2-32-1-0 17-44-1-0-0 18-152--15-3 6-8-2 DNP 2-3-0 of Charlesto 12-4-4 65-60 9-6-0 vs CollegeDNP 11-3-12/29/11 3 0-0at72-69 -1WrightWState DNPDNP 212/20/11 -0-DNP 0 DNP W 17-130--20-2 6-2-21-1-3 9-120-2-0-0 0-0-01-2-0 4-7-0 DNP 7-4-1 at Northern Illinois 01/05/12 86-67 W 5-4-0 DNP 24-7-6 0-0-1 8-2-2 8-4-2 DNP 51-77 8-4-1 at Toledo DNP 17-4-01/08/12 2 2-0vs -0Hampton 3-1-70-2-0 412/28/11 -0-DNP 0 2-51-32-7-1L 6-110-2-2-0 0-0-00-0-0 0-2-01-0-0 2-2-DNP 1 4-3-2 DNP 3-2-1 53-58 L 72-69 DNP WESTERN DNP 4 0-0vs -2CollegeW of 2Charlesto -1-03-5-0 012/29/11 -0-DNP 0 0-22-02-7-W6 10-80-4-0-1 11-11-21-1-1 17-50-5-0-0 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MAC W L Pct. 13 3 .813 13 3 .813 8 8 .500 6 10 .375 5 11 .313 4 12 .250

Overall W L Pct. 23 9 .718 24 10 .705 20 16 .555 14 17 .451 8 22 .266 9 21 .300

MAC W L Pct. 14 2 .875 11 5 .687 7 9 .438 6 10 .388 5 11 .313 4 12 .250

Overall W L Pct. 24 7 .774 21 10 .677 14 18 .438 14 18 .437 6 21 .222 9 22 .290

East Division Bowling Green Miami (Ohio) Akron Ohio Kent State Buffalo

Mid-American Conference Tournament Results First Round (Campus sites) No. 8 Ohio 58, No. 9 Kent State 40 No. 6 Akron 96, No. 11 Buffalo 82 No. 5 Central Michigan 86, No. 12 Ball State 62 No. 7 Northern Illinois 68, No. 10 Western Michigan 51

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Second Round (Cleveland, Ohio) No. 5 Central Michigan 58, No. 8 Ohio 55 No. 7 Northern Illinois 61, No. 6 Akron 60 Quarterfinals (Cleveland, Ohio) No. 5 Central Michigan 78, No. 4 Miami 64 No. 3 Rockets 72, No. 7 Northern Illinois 62 Semifinals (Cleveland, Ohio) No. 5 Central Michigan 69, No. 1 Bowling Green 66 No. 2 Eastern Michigan 59, No. 3 Toledo 57

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Final (Cleveland, Ohio) No. 2 Eastern Michigan 72, No. 5 Central Michigan 71

MAC Postseason Honors All-MAC First Team Alexis Rogers, Bowling Green Brittany Hedderson, Buffalo Tavelyn James, Eastern Michigan Courtney Osborn, Miami Tenishia Benson, Ohio All-MAC Second Team Sina King, Akron Jessica Slagle, Bowling Green Chrissy Steffen, Bowling Green Andola Dortch, Toledo Yolanda Richardson, Toledo All-MAC Third Team Paige Redditt, Eastern Michigan Natachia Watkins, Eastern Michigan Kirsten Olowinski, Miami Maggie Boyer, Miami Courtney Ingersoll, Toledo All-MAC Honorable Mention Taylor Ruper, Akron Taylor Johnson, Central Michigan Crystal Bradford, Central Michigan Diamon Beckford, Kent State Maria Iaquaniello, Western Michigan All-Freshman Team Jasmine Matthews, Bowling Green Crystal Bradford, Central Michigan Jessica Green, Central Michigan Jasmine Bracey, Central Michigan Claire Jakubicek, Northern Illinois

Speciality Award Winners

Coach of the Year: Curt Miller, Bowling Green

Player of the Year: Tavelyn James, Eastern Michigan Freshman of the Year: Claire Jakubicek, Northern Illinois Defensive Player of the Year: Andola Dortch, Toledo Sixth Player of the Year: Jalisa Olive, Central Michigan

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Academic Honors CoSIDA Academic All-America

First Team

Jody Beerman.................................1987

Second Team

Sue Nissen........................................1989 Kaihla Szunko.................................2011

Third Team Coaching Staff

Nancy Melissa.................................1987 Amy Welch.......................................1987 Sue Nissen........................................1990

Honorable Mention

Jody Beerman.................................1986

CoSIDA Academic All-District

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Kaihla Szunko ................................2011

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Second Team

Casey Manning...............................2006

Third Team

Erin Kuhl............................................2006

NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship

Betsy Yonkman...............................1986 Jody Beerman.................................1987 Sue Nissen........................................1991

Academic All-MAC

First Team

Lisa Zodtner.....................................1983 Denise Tower...................................1984 Jody Beerman.................1985, ’86, ’87 Nancy Melissa.................1986, ’87, ’88 Trish Phillips.....................................1986 Amy Welch.......................................1987 Sue Nissen........................1989, ’90, ’91 Carla Sterk........................1991, ’92, ’93 Erin Kuhl....................................2005, ’06 Casey Manning.......................2005, ’06 Kaihla Szunko....................2009,10, 11

Honorable Mention

Molly Piché .....................................1988 Carrie Isanhart.........................1991, 92 Jenny Ritz.........................................1994 Eve Claar...........................................1995 Tracy Renken...................................1997

Athletic Honors Freshman All-America

First Team

Sue Nissen........................................1988

Honorable Mention

Jody Beerman.................................1984

First Team

All-MAC

Tracy Creten....................................1982 Lisa Zodtner.....................................1983 Sylvia Odum....................................1984 Betsy Yonkman........................1985, 86 LaTanga Cox....................................1986 Jody Beerman.................................1987 Sue Nissen..........................1988, 90, 91 Carla Sterk.................................1991, 93

Second Team

Lisa Zodtner.....................................1982 Denise Tower...................................1984 Sylvia Odum....................................1985 Jody Beerman.................................1986 Sue Nissen........................................1989 Carrie Isanhart................................1992 Carla Sterk........................................1992 Nikki Thompkins..............1992, 93, 94 Tracy Renken...................................1997 Britni Houghton.............................2009 Kaihla Szunko.................................2011

MAC All-Freshman Team

Sue Nissen........................................1988 Carrie Isanhart................................1990 Carla Sterk........................................1990 Tracy Renken...................................1994 Darcey Rasch...................................1996 Joni Daniels.....................................1998 Erin Kuhl............................................2003 Brandie Baker........................2009 Niki DiGuilio...........................2011 Taylor Johnson.......................2011 Crystal Bradford.....................2012 Jas’Mine Bracey.....................2012 Jessica Green..........................2012

MAC All-Tournament

LaTanga Cox....................................1984 Denise Tower...................................1984 Betsy Yonkman........................1984, 86 Sylvia Odum....................................1985 Jody Beerman..........................1986, 87 Nancy Melissa.................................1987 Sue Nissen.................................1988, 91 Carla Sterk.................................1991, 92 Taylor Johnson.......................2012 Crystal Bradford.....................2012

MAC Tournament MVP

LaTanga Cox....................................1984

MAC Freshman of the Year

Third Team

Sue Nissen........................................1988 Brandie Baker........................2009 Niki DiGuilio...........................2011

Honorable Mention

Taylor Johnson.......................2011 Jalisa Olive.............................2012

Britni Houghton.............................2008 Shonda Long............................2010, 11 Kaihla Szunko.................................2010 Terri McFarland...............................1983 LaTanga Cox.............................1984, 85 Betsy Yonkman...............................1984 Nancy Melissa.................................1987 Molly Piché .....................................1988 Mary Oswald...................................1989 Tracy Renken...................................1995 Julie Miller........................................1998 Ebony Rainge..................................1998 Joni Daniels.....................................1999 Sally Sedlar.......................................1999 Shelly Woods...................................2000 Vershaun Jones..............................2002 Ann Skufca.......................................2006 Ann Skufca.......................................2007 Angel Chan......................................2009 Brandie Baker........................2011 Crystal Bradford.....................2012 Taylor Johnson.......................2012

MAC Sixth-Player of the Year

MAC Coach of the Year

Laura Golden...................................1984 Donita Davenport.........................1985

MAC Hall of Fame

Karen Karner....................................1992

CMU Hall of Fame

Karen Karner....................................1989 Marie Tuite.......................................1990 Jody Beerman.................................1997 Sue Nissen........................................2001 Carla Sterk........................................2004 Sylvia Odum....................................2006 Betsy Yonkman...............................2007 LaTanga (Cox) Christmas.............2009 Current players in bold

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Letterwinners

-CChan, Angel......................2006-09 Chapman, Sophia................. 1984 Claar, Eve............................1992-95 Cox, LaTanga....................1983-86 Craven, Carlotta..............1990-92 Creten, Tracy.....................1979-82 Culberston, Jodi..............1997-00

-EEidson, Desiree................2000-03 Elwer, Amanda.................2001-04 Evans, Sharlonda............1993-96 Erdman, Tracy Jo................... 1999

-GGermany, Rochelle.........1999-00 Green, Jessica.................. 2012 -HHatfield, Lindy ................2002-05 Harmon, Raina.................2001-04 Heintz, Christy....................... 2001 Henderson, Laurie . .......2000-03 Holman, Kendra..............2008-10 Houghton, Britni.............2007-10 Humphrey, Chris................... 1979 Hurd, Sharonda.......... 2004-2007

-JJackson, Yolanda.............1994-95 Johnson, Shelley................... 1986 Johnson, Taylor........ 2011, ’12

-NNash, Linda.......................1979-82 Niermann, Pam................1982-83 Nissen, Sue........................1988-91 Nora, Kerry........................1995-98

-TTamm, Kerby................... 2012 Taylor, Linda......................1992-95 Thompkins, Nikki............1991-94 Tower, Denise...................1981-84 -VVerhey, Rachel.................1996-99 Verhoff, Stacey.................2005-08 -WWalsh, Tara........................1994-95 Warczinsky, Heidi............2009-10 Warner, Cindy......................... 1978 Waters, Karen......................... 1980 Weidman, Patty...............1981-84 Welch, Amy.......................1984-87 Welch, Kylie..................... 2012 Wendt, Rory............................ 1999 Westover, Dana...............2005-08 Widman, Elizabeth............... 2002 Williams, Jill............................. 2001 Willis, Morgan........................ 2004 Wilson, Candace.................205-08 Winner, Amanda................... 1999 Woods, Shelly...................1997-00

-OOdum, Sylvia....................1982-85 Olive, Jalisa................2010-11 Oostendorp, Vicki...........1988-89 O’Sullivan, Ann...................... 1983 Oswald, Mary...................1987-90

-YYonkman, Betsy...............1983-86 Yops, Lauren........................... 2003

-PPattison, Nancy...............1980-83 Pence, Cheryl...................1976-79 Petrie, Tara............................... 2001 Phillips, Trish.....................1983-86 Piché, Molly.......................1985-88 Pigott, Traci............................. 1998 Pohl, Chris.........................1979-80 Poole, Priscilla........................ 2006

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-ZZodtner, Lisa.....................1980-83

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-IIsanhart, Carrie................1990-93

-MMagnant, Chris................1982-85 Manning, Casey...............2003-06 Martin, Kendra . .................... 2002 Mason, Yvette..................1989-90 Mazzolini, Gina................1975-78 McClusky, Lori..................1989-90 McFarland, Terri...............1980-83 Mecoli, Lindsay................2003-06 Melissa, Nancy.................1984-87 Merchant, Suzy................1988-91 Merriman, Wendy...........1990-93 Miller, Julie........................1995-98 Miller, Skylar.....................2009-12 Minaricova, Mari.............1995-98 Munz, Molli.......................1999-02 Myers, Chasidy.................2003-06

-SSedlar, Sally.......................1998-99 Shumake, Nikita............. 1990-93 Skufca, Ann.......................2004-07 Sterk, Carla........................1990-93 Szunko, Brittany.................... 2008 Szunko, Kaihla.......... 2007, ’10-11

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-FFambro, LaTisha.................... 1998

-LLaBarge, Kathy.................1983-86 LaDuke, Jordan............... 2012 Lasley, Tina.............................. 1987 Lawinger, Abby...............2000-02 Loch, Elaine.......................1984-87 Loedeman, Jean..............1976-79 Long, Shonda........................2008Luckett, Latisha...............2006-09

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-DDaniels, Joni.....................1998-99 Didley, Denise..................1995-97 DiGuilio, Niki..............2011-12 Douglas, Tiffany.............. 2004, 06 Duczynski, Missy.............1987-90

-KKarner, Karen....................1976-78 Kelly, Sherry......................1986-89 Kihn, Kristi............................... 1986 Kindel, Beth............................ 2001 Kraft, Kelly.........................1989-91 Kuhl, Erin............................2003-06

-RRainge, Ebony..................1995-98 Ramsey, Camille...................2008Rasch, Darcey...................1996-98 Renken, Tracy...................1994-97 Ritz, Jenny.........................1991-94 Roberts, Julie....................1978-81 Robinson, Jane................1977-80 Rose, Michelle........................ 1991 Rozak, Alicia......................1999-01

Coaching Staff

-BBackus, Amy.....................1977-79 Baker, Brandie... 2009, ’11, ’12 Bannon, Shawn...............1991-92 Beerman, Jody.................1984-87 Bos, Jodi.............................1981-82 Bradford, Crystal............. 2012 Bracey, Jas’Mine.............. 2012 Brown, Susie.....................1977-80 Brown, Suzanne.................... 1982 Bryant, Malisa...................1988-89 Burns, Meghan................1995-96 Burnside, Tiffany.............1994-97

Joiner, Shirley...................1986-89 Jolliffe, Rhonda................1980-81 Jones, Vershaun .............1999-02

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-AArmstrong, Sherriya............. 2008

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Adrian...............................................4-0 Akron.................................17-14 Alabama...........................................0-1 Alabama A&M................................0-1 Alaska Anchorage........................1-0 American.........................................1-0 Arizona State..................................0-2 Ball State...........................33-33 Baylor................................................0-1 Binghamton...................................1-1 Belmont...........................................1-0 Bowling Green..................14-45 Bradley.................................. 3-1 Brigham Young..............................1-0 Boston University.........................1-0 Buffalo................................... 6-8 Butler................................................0-2 California.........................................1-1 CSU-Fullerton.................................1-0 Calvin............................................. 8-10 Canisius............................................4-0 Cedarville........................................1-0 Central Florida...............................0-1 Chicago State.................................5-1 Cincinnati........................................0-1 Cleveland State.............................4-2 Coastal Carolina............................1-0 Colgate.............................................1-0 College of Charleston.................1-0 Colorado..........................................0-2 Concordia........................................1-0 Dartmouth......................................2-0 Davidson..........................................1-0 Dayton..............................................3-3 Delta..................................................1-0 DePaul..............................................1-3 Detroit........................................... 4-14 Drake.................................................0-1 Drexel................................................1-0 Duquesne........................................1-0 East Carolina...................................0-2 East Tennessee State...................1-0 Eastern Kentucky..........................1-0 Eastern Michigan..............43-33 Evansville.........................................1-0 Ferris State......................................4-2 Flint....................................................1-0 Florida State...................................0-1 Franklin............................................3-0 Gardner-Webb...............................1-0 George Washington.....................0-1 Georgetown...................................0-2 Georgia.............................................0-4 Georgia State.................................1-0 Grand Valley State..................... 12-1 Hampton.........................................0-1 Harvard............................................1-1 Hope..................................................1-1 Houston...........................................0-1 Howard.............................................2-0 Illinois................................................2-4

Illinois-Chicago.............................5-2 Illinois-Chicago Circle.................0-1 Illinois State....................................1-8 Indiana.............................................1-5 Indiana State..................................2-4 Iowa....................................... 0-1 IPFW..................................................2-0 IUPUI.................................................1-1 Iowa State........................................0-1 Jackson State.................................1-0 Jacksonville.....................................1-0 Kansas...............................................0-1 Kansas State...................................0-3 Kent State..........................22-31 Lake Superior State......................4-0 Lewis.................................................1-0 Long Island.....................................1-0 Longwood.......................................1-0 Louisiana Tech...............................0-2 Louisville..........................................1-2 Loyola-Chicago.............................0-2 Maine................................................1-2 Manhattan......................................1-0 Marquette............................. 1-0 Marshall...........................................4-5 Marygrove.......................................1-0 Maryland.........................................0-1 McMaster.........................................1-0 Mercer..............................................1-0 Miami (OH)........................23-31 Michigan.....................................11-15 Michigan State.........................13-29 Michigan Tech................................1-0 Middle Tenn. State.......................0-1 Minnesota.......................................2-0 Mo.-Kansas City.............................1-0 Mo.-Saint Louis..............................1-0 Morehead State.............................1-0 Nebraska..........................................1-2 New Hampshire............................1-0 New Mexico....................................1-1 New Mexico State.........................0-1 Niagara.............................................2-1 North Carolina A&T......................1-0 Northeastern Illinois....................1-0 Northern Colorado.......................1-0 Northern Illinois...............21-21 Northern Iowa...............................0-1 Northern Michigan................... 14-1 Northwestern........................ 0-4 Northwood.....................................1-0 Notre Dame........................... 1-2 Oklahoma State............................0-1 Oakland......................................... 5-12 Ohio...................................29-27 Ohio State.......................................0-4 Ole Miss............................................2-1 Pittsburgh.......................................0-2 Providence......................................0-1 Purdue................................... 4-2 Quinnipiac......................................0-1

Rice....................................................1-1 Robert Morris........................ 0-1 Saginaw Valley State...................3-2 Saint Joseph’s........................ 0-1 Saint Louis.......................................4-0 San Diego State.............................0-1 San Francisco.................................0-1 San Jose State................................1-0 Seton Hall........................................0-1 Shaw..................................................1-0 Siena..................................................1-0 Siena Heights.................................1-0 South Florida..................................0-1 Southern California......................0-1 Southern Illinois............................2-2 Southern Methodist....................1-1 Southwest Mo. St..........................2-0 Stony Brook....................................0-1 Syracuse...........................................1-0 Temple..............................................0-3 Tennessee State............................2-0 Texas...................................... 0-1 Texas - Pan Am...............................1-0 Texas A&M.......................................0-2 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.........2-0 Texas Southern..............................3-0 Toledo................................26-42 Tri-State............................................1-0 Troy....................................................1-0 UAB....................................................1-2 Valparaiso........................................4-2 Vermont...........................................0-1 Wagner.............................................1-0 Wake Forest....................................1-0 Washington....................................0-1 Washington State.........................0-1 Waterloo..........................................1-0 Wayne State....................................5-8 West Virginia...................................1-0 Western Illinois..............................2-0 Western Michigan.............39-47 Western Ontario............................2-0 Wichita State..................................2-0 Wilberforce.....................................1-0 Windsor............................................2-0 Wisconsin........................................1-0 Wis.-Green Bay...................... 3-1 Wis.-Milwaukee.............................3-4 Wis.-Stevens Point........................1-1 Wofford............................................1-0 Wright State....................................2-1 Wyoming.........................................1-0 Xavier................................................2-2 Yale....................................................1-0 Youngstown State........................4-1 2012-13 Opponents in bold

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1973-74 Overall: 4-7 Head Coach: Fran Koenig Calvin L 36-50 at Michigan State L 37-58 at Northern Michigan W 67-28 Grand Valley State W 57-37 Eastern Michigan W 56-38 at Calvin L 53-59

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J/31 F/2 F/8 F/14 F/15 F/19

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1974-75 Overall: 10-7 Head Coach: Marcy Weston Western Ontario W 65-45 McMaster W 58-41 Eastern Michigan W 52-50 Waterloo W 53-35 Michigan State W 50-40 vs Calvin L 52-63 Northern Michigan W 80-33 at Illinois W 56-38 at Illinois State L 62-71 at Southern Illinois W 44-34 at Eastern Michigan L 47-49 Calvin L 51-54 at Grand Valley State W 66-44 at Western Michigan L 51-62 at Michigan State L 55-63 Northern Michigan W 74-36 Eastern Michigan L 25-35

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1975-76 Overall: 11-12 Head Coach: Marcy Weston at Northern Michigan W 80-39 at Wis.-Stevens Point L 50-66 Western Ontario W 73-54 Wayne State (OT) W 69-67 Michigan L 54-55 Calvin W 71-59 Southern Illinois L 56-70 Michigan State W 69-50 Kansas State L 51-61 Indiana L 54-83 Eastern Michigan L 45-65 at Calvin W 100-42 Michigan L 59-69 at Western Michigan L 76-86 Grand Valley State W 45-42 at Michigan State W 82-81 Wayne State L 69-81 Western Michigan L 56-76 Michigan W 63-61 Michigan State W 75-65 Western Michigan L 57-70 West Virginia W 90-64 Illinois State L 61-76

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1976-77 Overall: 12-14 # AIAW Midwest Regional Head Coach: Ro DiBrezzo D/4 at Oakland L 50-56 D/10 Grand Valley State W 68-52 D/17 Western Illinois W 79-32 J/13 at Wayne State L 41-78 J/14 Northern Michigan W 70-50 J/17 at Michigan L 58-60

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J/21 J/22 J/22 J/27 F/1 F/4 F/5 F/5 F/9 F/12 F/15 F/17 F/19 F/25 F/26 M/3 M/4 M/10

72-22 78-49 63-72 71-61 61-55 68-83 54-59 48-69 51-68 60-71 68-67 66-73 63-79 93-60 64-66 67-47 65-62 62-64 67-66 60-75

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1977-78 Overall: 13-8 AIAW State Champion Head Coach: Ro DiBrezzo D/10 Michigan W 73-71 J/14 at Ball State L 66-70 J/19 UI-Chicago Circle L 50-56 J/20 Missouri-St. Louis W 80-25 J/21 Purdue L 60-63 J/24 Michigan State L 61-68 F/1 Wayne State W 80-54 F/3 at Illinois W 79-53 F/7 at Oakland W 56-54 at Grand Valley State W 77-64 F/11 at Northern Michigan W 76-59 at Western Michigan L 72-87 F/16 Eastern Michigan W 60-51 F/18 Calvin W 56-52 F/20 Adrian W 72-53 F/22 Shaw W 78-59 F/24 Indiana W 65-54 F/25 Western Michigan L 68-69 Eastern Michigan W 76-74 Michigan State L 58-66 Oakland L 68-69

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1978-79 Overall: 10-7 AIAW State Champion Head Coach: Ro DiBrezzo Ferris State W 74-58 Wayne State L 56-67 Ball State W 75-63 Purdue W 95-79 at Calvin W 90-67 at Indiana L 50-57 at Michigan State L 56-70 at Adrian W 75-71 at Michigan W 81-78 at DePaul L 57-76 Grand Valley State W 68-65 at Eastern Michigan L 58-67 Northern Michigan W 80-63

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1972-73 Overall: 4-6 Head Coach: Fran Koenig J/31 at Calvin L 38-52 F/3 at Eastern Michigan W 42-29 F/9 Northern Michigan W 57-24 F/10 Michigan W 47-21 F/15 at Michigan State L 42-44 F/21 Calvin L 40-43 F/24 at Western Michigan L 63-71 M/2 Hope W 52-27 M/3 Western Michigan L 38-60 M/3 Michigan State L 43-45

49-65 31-46 63-39 52-79 45-47

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1971-72 Overall: 8-5 Head Coach: Fran Koenig F/5 at Michigan State W 54-52 F/12 at Northern Michigan W 45-41 F/14 Michigan W 64-31 F/19 Western Michigan L 49-53 F/24 at Calvin L 30-47 F/28 Michigan State W 58-51 M/3 at Grand Valley St. W 50-36 M/4 at Western Michigan L 45-54 M/4 at Michigan State W 36-35 M/10 Illinois State L 49-55 M/11 Cedarville W 59-44 M/11 Franklin W 60-46 M/12 Western Michigan L 46-50

Western Michigan Michigan State Eastern Michigan Calvin Michigan State

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1970-71 Overall: 7-4 Head Coach: Fran Koenig F/9 at Calvin W 55-52 F/13 at Western Michigan L 37-44 F/15 Michigan State W 41-37 F/24 Calvin L 33-34 F/27 at Michigan State W 63-40 M/4 at Hope L 34-37 M/5 Delta W 59-40 M/6 Flint W 47-40 M/12 at Illinois L 40-42 M/13 at Franklin W 71-35 M/13 at Ball State W 60-36

H A A H H

F/23 F/27 F/27 F/28 M/1

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1969-70 Overall: 3-2 Head Coach: Fran Koenig F/14 Western Michigan W 40-30 F/24 at Calvin L 31-50 M/5 at Eastern Michigan W 56-34 M/9 Michigan State L 53-55 M/11 Calvin W 44-32

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74-95 84-63 68-64 54-58

1979-80 Overall: 19-8 AIAW State Champion Head Coach: Ro DiBrezzo D/4 Ferris State W 99-66 D/6 Calvin W 80-33 D/8 at Oakland L 74-86 D/11 Adrian W 93-59 D/15 Wayne State W 72-62 D/28 at Northern Michigan W 62-47 D/29 Wisconsin-Green Bay W 81-61 D/30 UW-Stevens Point W 72-64 J/3 at Toledo W 93-66 J/6 DePaul W 75-65 J/9 at Western Michigan W 64-60 J/12 Ball State W 72-63 J/17 Grand Valley State W 72-60 J/18 Kent State L 62-81 J/19 at Bowling Green W 64-55 J/21 Michigan State L 52-63 J/22 Lake Superior State W 91-68 J/26 Indiana State L 69-71 J/30 Eastern Michigan W 86-61 F/1 Michigan Tech W 95-53 F/2 at Northern Michigan W 82-64 F/5 at Grand Valley State W 85-79 F/9 at Detroit L 37-80 F/15 Miami L 58-69 F/16 Michigan L 69-83 F/23 Northern Illinois W 92-82 Wayne State L 73-75 1980-81 Overall: 10-16 AIAW State Champion Head Coach: Jane Cwayna D/6 Oakland L 80-87 D/9 Michigan L 83-84 D/16 at Ferris State W 84-61 J/2 Northern Illinois W 92-84 J/3 Ohio L 61-66 J/4 Western Michigan L 76-81 J/6 at Lake Superior State W 77-60 J/10 Toledo W 72-48 J/13 Kent State L 66-73 J/17 at DePaul L 69-85 J/20 at Michigan State L 61-69 J/22 at Eastern Michigan L 59-85 J/24 Bowling Green L 69-73 J/27 Detroit L 62-72 J/30 at Franklin W 81-69 J/31 at Ball State W 83-82 F/4 at Grand Valley State L 76-79 F/7 at Ohio W 68-64 F/10 Saginaw Valley State W 75-74 F/14 at Miami L 68-77 F/16 Northern Michigan L 79-86 F/21 Western Michigan W 90-71 F/23 at Wayne State L 72-87

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F/27 at Lewis F/28 at Northern Illinois M/5 Wayne State

W 83-68 A L 69-79 A L 64-70 N

1981-82 Overall: 11-18; MAC: 2-7, 10th Head Coach: Laura Golden N/27 Michigan State W 74-72 N/28 Michigan L 77-85 D/3 at Oakland L 66-75 D/7 Ohio* W 93-86 D/11 at Kent State* L 59-75 D/19 at Michigan L 68-83 J/2 Lake Superior State W 85-70 J/8 Wisconsin-Milwaukee L 67-69 J/9 Wisconsin-Green Bay W 67-65 J/10 at Northern Michigan W 67-64 J/13 at Western Michigan* L 66-73 J/16 Miami* L 52-82 J/19 Michigan State L 56-71 J/22 at Bowling Green* L 61-74 J/23 at Toledo* L 51-65 J/26 Grand Valley State W 73-64 J/29 at Indiana L 47-76 J/30 at Ball State* L 75-86 F/2 Eastern Michigan* W 83-74 F/6 Northern Illinois* L 67-69 F/7 Northern Michigan W 66-58 F/8 Ferris State W 83-64 F/9 Michigan L 74-75 F/16 at Detroit L 66-92 F/18 Western Michigan** W 47-45 F/21 Miami** L 56-103 F/24 at Saginaw Valley State L 61-66 F/27 at Purdue W 60-58 F/28 at Indiana State L 71-73

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1982-83 Overall: 21-9; MAC: 12-6, 3rd Head Coach: Laura Golden N/20 Northern Michigan W 80-61 N/26 Michigan W 93-75 N/27 Western Michigan W 69-62 D/1 Saginaw Valley State W 67-60 D/4 at Windsor W 90-41 D/6 at Ferris State L 75-77 D/11 Oakland L 62-68 D/18 at Akron W 64-63 D/19 at Youngstown State W 78-69 J/5 Eastern Michigan* W 69-44 J/8 at Toledo* W 58-56 J/12 Northern Illinois* W 53-50 J/15 at Kent State* W 72-53 J/19 Miami* W 69-67 J/22 at Western Michigan* W 96-78 J/26 Ohio* W 98-81 J/29 at Ball State* W 82-62 F/2 at Bowling Green* L 60-80 F/5 Toledo* L 56-58 F/9 at Northern Illinois* L 54-59 F/12 Kent State* W 72-57 F/16 at Miami* L 63-65 F/19 Western Michigan* W 78-57 F/23 at Ohio* L 80-91

H N N H A A H A A H A H A H A H A A H A H A H A

F/26 M/2 M/5 M/11 M/12 M/16

Ball State* Bowling Green* at Eastern Michigan* Toledo** Miami** Maryland+

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88-46 79-69 68-80 80-66 78-73 71-94

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1983-84 Overall: 27-3; MAC: 18-0, 1st Head Coach: Laura Golden N/25 Cal State Fullerton W 76-64 N/26 Nebraska L 81-83 D/3 at Michigan State L 72-76 D/6 at Michigan W 82-63 D/9 Cleveland State (OT) W 82-78 D/10 Purdue W 74-44 D/18 at Minnesota W 92-71 D/21 at Notre Dame W 72-69 D/30 Detroit W 94-78 J/4 at Northern Illinois* W 89-60 J/7 Kent State* W 83-58 J/11 at Ball State* W 74-53 J/14 Western Michigan* W 96-55 J/18 at Ohio* W 80-69 J/21 Miami* W 94-70 J/25 Bowling Green* W 89-60 J/28 at Eastern Michigan* W 85-68 F/1 Toledo* W 77-67 F/4 at Kent State* W 80-57 F/8 Ball State* W 80-65 F/11 at Western Michigan W 78-61 F/15 Ohio* W 99-77 F/18 at Miami* W 85-64 F/22 at Bowling Green* W 74-66 F/25 Eastern Michigan* W 85-63 F/29 at Toledo* W 75-73 M/3 Northern Illinois* W 88-75 M/5 Northern Illinois** W 106-72 M/9 Toledo** W 71-55 M/15 Alabama+ L 70-78

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1984-85 Overall: 19-10; MAC: 15-3, 1st Head Coach: Donita Davenport N/23 Texas Southern W 104-76 N N/24 Kansas State L 60-75 N N/30 San Diego State L 45-81 N D/1 at Illinois L 63-66 A D/4 Michigan L 56-63 H D/8 Michigan State L 64-67 H D/20 at Ohio State L 54-87 A D/22 at Cleveland State W 68-61 A D/29 Wisconsin W 76-66 H J/2 at Ball State* W 76-55 A J/5 at Miami* W 60-57 A J/9 Ohio* W 79-61 H J/12 at Western Michigan* W 76-66 A J/15 at Bowling Green* L 41-58 A J/19 Eastern Michigan* W 83-60 H J/23 at Toledo* W 67-53 A J/26 Northern Illinois* W 79-67 H J/30 at Kent State* W 62-46 30 F/2 Miami* W 78-63 H F/6 at Ohio* W 79-74 A

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80-73 69-58 79-80 98-78 70-74 63-60 75-73 72-59 63-73

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65-87 55-54 75-68 69-52 56-55 68-72 59-74 61-79 78-91 63-71 74-58 51-55

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1989-90 Overall: 14-14; MAC: 7-9, 5th Head Coach: Donita Davenport N/24 Illinois-Chicago W 81-55 N N/25 Wisconsin-Green Bay W 53-52 N N/29 at Michigan State L 60-71 A D/1 Nebraska W 66-50 N D/2 at Minnesota W 72-60 A D/6 at Akron L 59-72 A D/9 Indiana State W 67-49 H D/18 at Georgia L 47-78 A D/20 at Georgia State W 71-67 A D/21 at Mercer W 71-64 A J/3 Ball State* W 69-67 H J/6 at Miami* L 61-65 A J/10 Western Michigan* W 71-64 H J/13 at Ohio* W 62-57 A J/17 at Toledo* L 59-69 A J/20 Bowling Green* L 60-70 H J/24 at Eastern Michigan* W 58-57 A J/27 at Maine L 54-57 A J/31 at Kent State* W 75-64 A F/3 Miami* L 73-96 H F/7 at Western Michigan* L 64-73 A F/10 Ohio* W 69-58 H F/14 Toledo* L 59-78 H F/17 at Bowling Green* L 64-88 A F/21 Eastern Michigan* W 68-63 H F/28 Kent State* L 64-78 H M/3 at Ball State* L 60-62 A M/5 Ball State** L 57-77 N 1990-91 Overall: 21-8; MAC: 11-5, 2nd Head Coach: Donita Davenport N/23 Chicago State W 82-53 N N/24 Canisius W 67-47 N N/27 Michigan State W 56-55 H N/30 Wake Forest W 69-66 N D/1 at Louisiana Tech L 62-81 A D/6 at Michigan W 64-48 A D/8 at UW-Milwaukee W 84-61 A D/19 at Wyoming W 69-67 A D/21 at Colorado L 60-63 A D/29 Akron W 76-50 H J/2 Western Michigan* W 67-63 H J/5 Ohio* W 82-72 H J/12 at Bowling Green* W 72-60 A J/16 Eastern Michigan* W 76-60 H J/19 at Toledo* L 61-76 A J/23 Kent State* W 90-86 H

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1988-89 Overall: 12-17; MAC: 7-9, t-5th Head Coach: Donita Davenport N/25 Florida State L 78-100 N N/26 SW Missouri State W 94-78 N N/29 Michigan State L 66-72 H D/3 Michigan W 76-74 H D/9 at Indiana State L 62-76 A D/10 at Southern Illinois L 32-47 A D/15 Georgia L 75-85 H D/19 at Purdue L 49-88 A D/29 San Jose State W 70-51 N D/30 Texas A&M L 64-88 N J/1 at California W 83-73 A J/7 Kent State* W 75-72 H J/11 at Ball State* L 71-80 A J/14 Miami* L 58-71 H J/18 at Western Michigan* L 58-68 A J/21 Ohio* W 77-68 H J/25 Eastern Michigan* W 81-66 H

at Bowling Green* Toledo* at Kent State* Ball State* at Miami* Western Michigan* at Ohio* at Eastern Michigan* Bowling Green* at Toledo* Miami** Toledo**

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1987-88 Overall: 16-13; MAC: 11-5, 4th Head Coach: Donita Davenport N/27 East Carolina L 77-78 N N/28 Louisville L 62-72 N D/4 Marquette W 57-52 N D/5 Middle Tennessee St. L 56-64 N D/16 Bradley W 96-91 H D/18 Washington L 61-79 N D/19 Rice W 84-80 N D/30 at Houston L 53-90 A D/31 at Baylor L 56-75 A J/2 at Rice L 62-82 A J/6 Eastern Michigan* W 94-74 H J/9 at Toledo* W 61-58 A J/13 Dayton W 73-64 H J/16 at Kent State* W 103-70 A J/20 Ball State* W 74-72 H J/23 at Miami* W 71-63 A J/27 Western Michigan* W 75-61 H J/30 at Ohio* L 60-71 A F/3 at Bowling Green* L 78-101 A F/6 Toledo* W 63-61 H F/13 Kent State* W 85-73 H F/17 at Ball State* W 68-58 A F/20 Miami* L 56-64 H F/24 at Western Michigan* L 56-64 A F/27 Ohio* W 68-64 H M/2 Bowling Green* L 69-89 H M/5 at Eastern Michigan* W 78-69 A M/8 Toledo** W 50-49 N M/11 Bowling Green** L 60-95 N

J/28 F/1 F/4 F/8 F/11 F/15 F/18 F/22 F/25 M/1 M/7 M/8

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1986-87 Overall: 17-11; MAC: 11-5, 2nd Head Coach: Donita Davenport N/28 Eastern Kentucky W 101-75 N N/29 at Bradley (OT) W 91-88 A D/3 Michigan State L 72-95 H D/5 at Louisiana Tech L 68-85 A D/6 American W 64-56 N D/14 Ohio State L 61-87 H D/17 at Detroit L 72-88 A D/19 Brigham Young W 83-70 N D/20 at Michigan State L 54-65 A D/31 Kent State* W 80-71 H J/3 Bowling Green* L 79-85 H J/7 at Ball State* W 63-62 A J/10 Eastern Michigan* W 84-66 H J/14 at Miami (OT)* W 72-65 A J/17 Toledo* W 89-81 H J/21 at Western Michigan* W 79-60 A J/28 at Ohio* W 72-61 A J/31 at Bowling Green* L 78-91 A

Ball State* at Eastern Michigan* Miami* at Toledo* Western Michigan* at Dayton Ohio* at Kent State* Western Michigan** Bowling Green**

Coaching Staff

1985-86 Overall: 18-11; MAC: 13-5, t-2nd Head Coach: Donita Davenport N/22 Georgia L 55-97 N N/23 East Carolina L 71-77 N N/29 Kansas State L 63-82 N N/30 New Mexico W 77-52 N D/7 at Michigan State W 86-76 A D/15 Youngstown State W 83-60 H D/20 Southern Methodist W 75-54 N D/21 at Ohio State L 75-95 A D/30 at Michigan L 63-71 A J/2 at Western Michigan* W 66-61 A J/4 Ohio* W 90-81 H J/8 Bowling Green* L 52-53 H J/11 at Eastern Michigan* W 90-86 A J/15 Toledo* W 82-62 H J/18 at Northern Illinois* W 87-86 A J/22 Kent State* W 82-72 H J/25 at Ball State* W 82-59 A J/29 Miami* W 94-82 H F/1 at Ohio* L 83-88 A F/5 at Bowling Green* L 75-85 A F/8 Eastern Michigan* L 61-65 H F/12 at Toledo* W 87-67 A F/15 Northern Illinois* W 101-79 H F/19 at Kent State* W 76-70 A F/22 Ball State* W 89-70 H F/25 at Miami* W 86-62 A M/2 Western Michigan* L 65-73 H M/7 Bowling Green** W 67-64 N M/8 Ohio (OT)** L 85-92 N

F/4 F/7 F/11 F/14 F/18 F/21 F/25 F/28 M/6 M/7

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F/9 F/13 F/16 F/20 F/23 F/27 M/2 M/8 M/9

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1991-92 Overall: 16-12; MAC: 9-7, 4th Head Coach: Donita Davenport N/23 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 73-56 H N/29 Illinois-Chicago W 70-62 N N/30 Xavier W 90-73 N D/3 Michigan W 91-90 H D/6 California L 50-86 N D/7 Texas Southern W 80-61 N D/30 Temple L 53-59 N D/31 Tennessee State W 85-61 N J/5 Southern California L 61-66 H J/8 at Detroit L 63-68 A J/11 Bowling Green* L 66-82 H J/15 at Eastern Michigan* W 82-75 A J/18 Toledo* W 77-71 H J/22 at Kent State* L 70-89 A J/25 Ball State* W 95-50 H J/29 at Miami* W 66-60 A F/1 Western Michigan* W 58-56 H F/5 at Ohio* L 64-65 A F/8 at Bowling Green* L 57-82 A F/12 Eastern Michigan* W 81-72 H F/15 at Toledo* L 53-85 A F/19 Kent State* L 80-81 H F/22 at Ball State* L 58-69 A F/26 Miami* W 75-66 H F/29 at Western Michigan* W 86-62 A M/4 Ohio* W 81-73 H M/10 Miami** W 69-59 N M/12 Toledo** L 59-69 N 1992-93 Overall: 15-12; MAC: 10-8, t-5th Head Coach: Donita Davenport D/1 at Michigan State L 59-66 A D/4 Bradley W 53-47 N D/5 Washington State L 47-58 N D/8 Detroit W 69-67 H D/18 Ohio State L 65-97 N D/19 Missouri-Kansas City W 68-56 N J/2 Maine W 81-56 N J/3 Siena W 91-65 N J/6 Eastern Michigan* W 66-55 H J/9 at Toledo* L 69-81 A J/13 Kent State* W 97-82 H J/16 at Ball State* W 51-48 A J/20 Miami* L 59-63 H J/23 at Western Michigan* L 56-61 A J/27 Ohio* L 59-61 H

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at Akron* at Bowling Green* Toledo* at Kent State* Ball State* at Miami* Western Michigan* at Ohio* Akron* Bowling Green* at Eastern Michigan* at Kent State**

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1993-94 Overall: 11-16; MAC: 8-10, 7th Head Coach: Donita Davenport N/29 Michigan State W 60-59 H D/3 Jackson State W 60-50 N D/4 Kansas L 65-81 N D/10 Southern Methodist L 56-70 N D/11 Wisconsin-Green Bay L 34-63 N D/17 at Detroit L 47-62 A D/29 Duquesne W 63-56 N D/30 Vermont L 60-66 N J/5 at Kent State* L 63-96 A J/8 Ball State* W 88-62 H J/12 at Miami* L 41-64 A J/15 Western Michigan* W 63-61 H J/19 at Ohio* L 67-78 A J/22 Akron* W 61-53 H J/26 Bowling Green* L 48-63 H J/29 at Eastern Michigan* W 69-49 A F/2 Toledo* L 61-68 H F/5 at Ball State* L 69-78 A F/9 Miami* L 57-66 H F/12 at Western Michigan* W 65-62 A F/16 Ohio* L 51-60 H F/19 at Akron* W 72-65 A F/23 at Bowling Green* L 72-80 A F/26 Eastern Michigan* W 74-63 H M/2 at Toledo* W 67-63 A M/5 Kent State* L 82-88 H M/8 at Toledo** L 71-74 A 1994-95 Overall: 8-19; MAC: 6-12, 7th Head Coach: Donita Davenport N/26 at Xavier L 45-80 A D/3 at Texas A&M L 39-72 N D/4 New Mexico State L 35-71 N D/8 Detroit L 45-67 H D/18 at Illinois State L 45-86 A D/20 Dayton W 77-67 H D/29 Northeastern Illinois W 68-49 N D/30 Arizona State L 56-70 N J/4 Akron* L 66-81 H J/7 at Western Michigan* L 57-72 A J/11 Bowling Green* L 46-73 H J/14 Eastern Michigan* W 70-49 H J/18 at Ball State* W 82-55 A J/21 Miami* L 62-73 H J/25 at Kent State* L 60-83 A J/28 Ohio* L 60-70 H F/1 at Toledo* L 61-72 A

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Western Michigan* at Bowling Green* at Eastern Michigan* Ball State* at Miami* Kent State* at Ohio* Toledo* at Akron* at Toledo**

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1995-96 Overall: 5-21; MAC: 2-16, 9th Head Coach: Donita Davenport N/24 Illinois State L 52-65 H D/2 at Arizona State L 46-74 A D/3 Butler L 46-66 N D/8 Xavier W 59-54 H D/10 at Illinois-Chicago L 42-56 A D/17 at Canisius W 73-70 A D/28 Drexel W 75-53 N D/29 Iowa State L 60-73 N J/3 at Akron* L 62-76 A J/6 Western Michigan* L 48-75 H J/10 at Bowling Green* L 47-75 A J/13 at Eastern Michigan* L 68-76 A J/17 Ball State* W 86-74 H J/20 at Miami* L 47-69 A J/24 Kent State* L 57-69 H J/27 at Ohio* L 64-94 A J/31 Toledo* W 68-62 H F/3 at Western Michigan* L 51-71 A F/7 Bowling Green* L 64-77 H F/10 Eastern Michigan* L 46-53 H F/14 at Ball State* L 54-66 A F/17 Miami* L 56-60 H F/21 at Kent State* L 51-75 A F/24 Ohio* L 58-73 H F/28 at Toledo* L 51-85 A M/2 Akron* L 67-77 H 1996-97 Overall: 11-16; MAC: 7-11, 7th Head Coach: Fran Voll N/23 at Dayton L 68-73 N/30 at Michigan State L 64-78 D/8 Michigan L 56-68 D/14 at Nebraska L 48-72 D/18 Chicago State W 55-40 D/19 Tennessee State (OT) W 83-74 D/28 Detroit (OT) W 73-72 D/31 at Saint Louis W 66-53 J/4 at Bowling Green* L 50-59 J/8 Eastern Michigan* (OT) L 85-88 J/11 Western Michigan* L 49-67 J/13 at Miami* L 37-50 J/15 at Ball State* L 64-74 J/18 Toledo* L 67-92 J/22 at Akron* L 66-86 J/25 Ohio* L 73-77 J/29 at Kent State* L 63-81 F/1 at Eastern Michigan* W 69-60 F/3 at Western Michigan* W 64-59 F/8 Miami* L 57-71

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1999-00 Overall: 9-19; MAC: 6-10, 5th West Head Coach: Fran Voll Detroit L 58-72 George Washington L 62-94 Texas Southern W 79-47 at Eastern Michigan L 55-92 Michigan State L 62-87 Niagara W 77-58 Stony Brook L 58-62 Michigan L 71-83 at Oakland L 61-75 Ferris State L 60-67 at Ohio* L 61-73 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 70-67 Bowling Green* L 69-80 Ball State* W 74-69 at Eastern Michigan* W 60-51 at Toledo* L 60-67 Miami* W 75-71 Marshall* W 68-59 at Northern Illinois* L 63-73 Eastern Michigan* W 69-67 Western Michigan* L 63-82 at Kent State* L 55-94 at Akron* L 60-68 Northern Illinois* W 66-53 Toledo* L 64-86 at Western Michigan* L 65-90 at Ball State* (OT) L 86-92 at Ball State** L 81-95

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2000-01 Overall: 4-24; MAC: 1-15, 7th West Head Coach: Fran Voll Interim Head Coach: Ina Nicosia N/18 Providence L 55-78 N N/19 Binghamton L 49-69 N N/24 at Maine L 65-78 A N/25 Harvard W 69-52 N N/29 at Cleveland State L 63-85 A D/3 Wofford W 75-58 H D/9 at Detroit L 71-83 A D/17 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee L 48-90 A D/20 at Michigan State L 52-81 A D/23 Oakland (OT) L 66-67 H D/29 Lake Superior State W 85-78 H J/3 Eastern Michigan* L 59-78 H J/6 Ball State* L 62-87 H J/9 at Bowling Green* L 63-82 A J/13 at Miami* L 57-85 A J/16 at Marshall* (OT) L 75-80 A J/20 Ohio* L 78-99 H J/24 Toledo* L 57-83 H

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at Northern Illinois* L at Western Michigan* L Akron* L Kent State* L at Eastern Michigan* L at Toledo* L Western Michigan* W at Ball State* L Northern Illinois * L at Northern Illinois ** L

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2001-02 Overall: 10-18; MAC: 2-14, 6th West Head Coach: Eileen Kleinfelter N/18 Wayne State W 80-61 N/20 at Oakland L 58-69 N/25 at Illinois State W 72-62 N/27 IUPUI W 57-56 N/30 at Canisius W 61-40 D/2 at Niagara W 63-46 D/8 Detroit L 51-70 D/17 Dartmouth W 62-61 D/21 Long Island W 79-58 D/22 at New Mexico L 40-71 D/29 Northwood W 68-52 J/2 Ball State* L 81-90 J/5 Bowling Green* W 81-71 J/8 at Buffalo* L 45-55 J/12 at Kent State* L 48-78 J/15 Marshall* L 64-67 J/19 at Ohio* L 69-75 J/23 Toledo* L 47-63 J/26 Eastern Michigan* L 43-52 J/28 at Northern Illinois* L 61-74 F/2 Western Michigan* L 55-71 F/6 at Akron* W 76-56 F/13 at Eastern Michigan* L 59-70 F/16 Miami* L 57-64 H F/19 at Western Michigan* L 78-87 F/23 at Ball State* L 58-80 F/26 Northern Illinois* L 51-68 M/2 at Western Michigan** L 67-77 2002-03 Overall: 11-17; MAC: 5-11, t-6th West Head Coach: Eileen Kleinfelter N/22 Siena Heights W 88-42 N/26 Oakland W 61-39 N/30 Harvard L 58-69 D/1 Youngstown State W 56-51 D/6 Alabama-Birmingham L 44-59 D/7 Yale W 49-39 D/14 at Detroit W 57-54 D/17 Cleveland State L 63-66 D/20 at Oklahoma State L 57-66 D/28 Niagara L 59-62 D/30 Canisius W 69-62 J/8 at Eastern Michigan* (OT) L 61-65 J/11 Akron* W 80-68 J/15 Ball State* L 70-78 J/18 at Bowling Green* L 45-63 J/20 Western Michigan* L 55-86

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1998-99 Overall: 11-16; MAC: 7-9, t-4th West Head Coach: Fran Voll at Michigan State L 48-73 at Western Michigan L 57-75 Marshall* W 87-78 Saginaw Valley State L 62-74 at Michigan L 40-103 Chicago State W 78-54 Western Illinois W 65-49 Oakland W 79-74 Eastern Michigan W 96-71 Butler L 63-74 San Francisco L 81-87 at Kent State* L 75-104 Akron* L 78-79 Miami* W 79-64 at Ohio* W 77-63 Ball State* L 69-72 at Buffalo* L 56-59 Toledo* W 83-75 at Northern Illinois* W 67-64 at Eastern Michigan* W 81-76

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1997-98 Overall: 10-17; MAC: 7-11, t-2nd West Head Coach: Fran Voll Saint Louis W 73-55 Davidson W 86-79 at Northern Illinois* (OT) W 90-84 at Colorado L 49-71 vs St. Joseph’s L 51-77 vs Michigan L 66-78 Michigan State L 82-89 Georgia L 73-94 Ball State* L 69-71 Manhattan W 84-52 at Miami* L 72-87 at Bowling Green* L 82-92 Akron* W 74-62 Kent State* L 68-86 Western Michigan* W 79-70 at Toledo* L 63-81 Eastern Michigan* W 83-61 at Kent State* L 62-76 at Akron* L 63-64 Ohio* L 67-77 at Marshall* W 94-83 at Western Michigan* W 77-65 at Eastern Michigan* L 81-83 Toledo* L 69-77 at Ball State* W 99-75 Northern Illinois* L 68-79 at Bowling Green** L 65-76

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at Northern Illinois* L Kent State* (OT) W at Marshall* (OT) L Bowling Green* W at Ohio* W Eastern Michigan* L at Miami* L Buffalo* L Northern Illinois* W at Western Michigan* L at Toledo* L at Buffalo** L

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2003-04 Overall: 5-23; MAC: 1-15, 7th West Head Coach: Eileen Kleinfelter N/21 Concordia W 111-36 N/25 at Oakland L 57-69 N/30 Valparaiso L 46-66 D/6 at Xavier L 35-72 D/7 East Tennesse State W 52-49 D/13 at Wright State L 61-62 D/16 Detroit L 45-63 D/19 at Texas A&M-CC L 49-66 D/21 at Texas-Pan American W 56-40 D/28 Colgate W 69-64 D/30 at IUPUI L 61-71 J/7 Toledo* L 53-60 J/10 at Eastern Michigan* L 50-87 J/14 Northern Illinois* L 59-74 J/17 at Bowling Green* L 60-68 J/21 at Buffalo* L 52-57 J/24 Marshall* L 56-73 J/28 Western Michigan* L 59-72 J/31 at Ball State* L 65-72 F/3 Ohio* L 48-53 F/7 at Kent State* L 45-65 F/14 Bowling Green* L 51-69 F/18 at Akron* (OT) W 70-65 F/21 Miami* L 50-65 F/24 at Western Michigan* L 55-67 F/28 at Northern Illinois* L 51-60 M/2 Eastern Michigan* L 68-89 M/6 at Bowling Green** L 54-66

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2004-05 Overall: 10-18; MAC: 4-12, T-6th West Head Coach: Eileen Kleinfelter N/19 Tri-State W 116-55 H N/23 Oakland L 70-74 H N/27 vs. Chicago State W 57-37 N N/28 at Indiana L 32-42 A D/2 Cleveland State W 88-51 H D/4 Wright State (OT) W 74-63 H D/8 at Valparaiso L 60-81 A D/12 Illinois-Chicago W 74-63 H D/20 at Detroit L 47-62 A D/28 at Illinois L 44-82 A D/30 at Saint Louis W 62-46 A J/5 Western Michigan* L 64-69 H J/8 at Ball State* (2OT) L 78-81 A J/12 Kent State* W 58-52 H

J/15 J/18 J/26 J/29 F/2 F/5 F/8 F/12 F/15 F/21 F/23 F/26 M/1 M/5

at Ohio* L Toledo* L at Marshall* L Northern Illinois* (2OT) W at Miami* L Eastern Michigan* L at Toledo* L Buffalo* W at Bowling Green* L Akron* (OT) W at Eastern Michigan* L at Western Michigan* L Ball State* L at Ohio** L

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2005-06 Overall: 16-12; MAC: 7-9, T-4th West Head Coach: Eileen Kleinfelter N/19 Wilberforce W 86-39 N/22 at Illinois-Chicago W 67-62 N/26 IPFW W 69-61 N/30 at Michigan W 79-57 D/6 at Cleveland State W 66-44 D/9 Valparaiso W 55-49 D/16 at Central Florida L 48-57 D/17 vs Troy W 75-63 D/19 at Jacksonville W 66-54 D/28 Saint Louis W 65-55 D/30 at Michigan State L 50-75 J/7 at Western Michigan* L 50-58 J/11 Northern Illinois* L 57-59 J/14 at Ball State* L 47-57 J/18 at Toledo* W 60-48 J/21 Eastern Michigan* L 45-58 J/25 Bowling Green* L 52-57 J/28 at Kent State* L 51-57 F/1 Miami (Ohio)* W 80-67 F/4 Ohio* W 64-48 F/8 at Buffalo* W 58-50 F/11 at Akron* W 60-44 F/14 Western Michigan* L 54-64 F/18 at Northern Illinois* L 42-68 F/22 Ball State* W 59-58 F/25 Toledo* W 54-51 M/1 at Eastern Michigan* L 51-59 M/4 Ohio** L 57-74

D/30 J/3 J/6 J/10 J/13 J/17 J/20 J/23 J/27 F/3 F/7 F/10 F/14 F/17 F/21 F/24 F/28 M/4

Gardner-Webb W Western Michigan* W at Northern Illinois* L Ball State (OT)* L Toledo* L at Eastern Michigan* L at Bowling Green* L Kent State* L at Miami* L at Ohio* L Akron* W Buffalo* L at Western Michigan* L Northern Illinois* W at Ball State* L at Toledo* L Eastern Michigan* L Ohio** L

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2006-07 Overall: 11-19; MAC: 3-13, 6th West Head Coach: Eileen Kleinfelter N/10 at Notre Dame L 68-88 N/13 Saginaw Valley State W 85-63 N/17 at Illinois-Chicago L 68-84 N/19 at Chicago State L 64-78 N/26 Oakland W 69-57 N/28 Michigan L 47-52 D/2 at IPFW W 70-56 D/5 Marygrove W 94-70 D/9 at Syracuse W 74-68 D/18 Dartmouth W 68-49 D/21 at Valparaiso W 62-45 D/29 Seton Hall L 55-79

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2007-08 Overall: 6-23; MAC: 2-13, 6th West Head Coach: Sue Guevara N/9 Illinois-Chicago W 76-71 N/12 at Temple L 45-83 N/17 Chicago State W 69-68 N/20 Notre Dame L 41-94 N/25 at Oakland L 53-74 N/30 at Northwestern L 48-52 D/1 vs. Wagner W 73-61 D/5 at Youngstown State L 58-66 D/8 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 64-79 D/17 at Cincinnati L 69-82 D/29 Texas A&M-CC W 72-49 D/30 Dayton L 71-86 J/3 at Ole Miss (OT) L 70-81 J/9 at Toledo* L 52-72 J/12 Western Michigan* L 57-67 J/15 at Northern Illinois* L 60-87 J/19 Eastern Michigan* L 66-68 J/23 at Ball State* L 57-82 J/26 Ohio* L 64-71 J/29 at Akron* L 69-70 F/2 Miami* L 74-76 F/9 at Kent State* (OT) W 87-70 F/13 Bowling Green* L 82-87 F/16 at Buffalo* W 80-57 F/23 at Western Michigan* (OT) L 91-98 F/27 Ball State* L 69-81 M/1 Toledo* L 76-81 M/5 at Eastern Michigan* L 65-73 M/9 vs. Ohio** L 65-68

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2008-09 Overall: 18-14; MAC: 9-7, 4th West Head Coach: Sue Guevara N/15 Indiana State W 84-83 N/21 Howard W 74-56 N/22 Georgetown L 77-82 N/25 Valparaiso W 86-80 N/29 Dayton L 76-78 N/30 Boston Univ. W 84-72 D/6 UAB W 96-72

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2011-12 Overall: 20-16; MAC: 8-8, 3rd West Head Coach: Sure Guevara 11/11 Northwestern L 69-60 H 11/18 Robert Morris L 65-55 A 11/20 Pittsburgh L 77-70 A 11/23 South Florida@ L 86-80 N 11/24 Alaska Anchorage@ (OT) W 90-84 A 11/30 Wichita State W 58-49 H 12/3 Bradley L 86-79 L 12/11 #12 Purdue W 75-62 H 12/14 Mississippi (OT) W 78-75 A 12/18 Southeast Missouri St.# W 100-59 N 12/19 Longwood# W 70-59 N 12/20 Wright State# W 65-60 A 12/28 Hampton$ L 77-51 N 12/29 Coll. of Charleston$ (OT) W 72-69 N 1/5 Northern Illinois* W 86-67 A 1/8 Toledo* L 58-53 A 1/11 Western Michigan* W 93-85 H 1/14 Ball State* W 84-66 H 1/19 Eastern Michigan* L 73-60 A 1/22 Kent State* L 67-64 A 1/25 Ohio* W 67-53 H 1/28 Bowling Green* (OT) L 77-72 H 2/1 Miami* L 79-57 H 2/4 Akron* L 97-84 A

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2009-10 Overall: 12-18; MAC: 8-8, 3rd West Head Coach: Sue Guevara 11/13 DePaul (No. 17) L 86-76 A 11/18 Illinois L 77-59 A 11/21 Loyola L 65-61 H 11/25 Georgetown L 94-69 H 11/29 Indiana State L 76-57 A 12/2 Louisville (RV) W 84-75 H 12/5 Valparaiso W 70-68 A 12/14 UAB L 70-59 A 12/15 Alabama A&M L 74-61 A 12/19 Howard W 88-60 H 12/28 #17 Texas L 94-83 N 12/29 Quinnipiac L 90-79 N 1/6 Eastern Michigan* L 73-55 A 1/9 Toledo* L 74-60 A 1/12 Ball State* W 87-80 H 1/16 Western Michigan* W 74-65 H 1/20 Northern Illinois* W 89-74 A 1/23 Ohio* W 59-56 H 1/27 Kent State* L 82-76 A 1/30 Miami* W 96-86 H 2/4 Akron* L 62-55 A 2/6 Buffalo* L 60-52 A 2/10 Bowling Green* W 67-65 H 2/14 Northern Illinois* W 98-71 H 2/20 Eastern Michigan* (2OT) W 113-107 H 2/24 Toledo* L 77-68 H 2/27 Western Michigan* L 64-56 A 3/2 Ball State* L 77-74 A 3/7 Ohio** W 69-66 H 3/10 Kent State** L 68-55 A

2010-11 Overall: 20-11; MAC: 8-8, 2nd West Head Coach: Sue Guevara 11/12 North Carolina W 119-71 11/14 Belmont W 102-71 11/20 Northern Colorado W 78-74 11/21 #22 Iowa L 90-79 11/26 Drake L 90-70 11/27 Binghamton W 76-55 12/3 Coastal Carolina W 96-42 12/4 Evansville W 96-83 12/11 Northwestern L 92-84 12/18 Ole Miss W 82-66 12/22 Wichita State W 98-73 12/31 Pittsburgh L 94-78 1/5 Western Michigan* W 72-62 1/8 Northern Illinois* W 67-61 1/12 Eastern Michigan* W 76-67 1/15 Ball State* L 86-77 1/19 Toledo* W 78-74 1/22 Bowling Green* L 90-62 1/26 Buffalo* L 92-89 1/29 Akron* W 74-62 2/2 Miami* W 100-84 2/5 Ohio* W 82-64 2/12 Kent State* W 78-72 2/16 Northern Illinois* L 59-45 2/19 Western Michigan* W 91-75 2/23 Ball State* W 81-66 2/26 Eastern Michigan* W 68-67 3/2 Toledo* L 85-75 3/9 Buffalo** W 90-69 3/11 Bowling Green** L 80-72 3/17 Illinois State$ L 72-59

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Youngstown State Loyola-Chicago Wisc.-Milwaukee New Hampshire Louisville (No.10) Morehead State Northern Illinois* Eastern Michigan* Ball State* Western Michigan* Toledo* Buffalo* Temple Ohio* Kent State* Miami (Ohio)* Akron* Bowling Green* Ball State* Western Michigan* Northern Illinois* Toledo* Eastern Michigan* Akron** Bowling Green**

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Year Date Winner H/A Score Akron (17-14) 1983 D/18 CMU A 64-63 1990 D/6 Akron A 59-72 1991 D/29 CMU H 76-50 1993 J/30 CMU A 80-50 F/27 CMU H 78-64 1994 J/22 CMU H 61-53 F/19 CMU A 72-65 1995 J/4 Akron H 81-66 M/4 Akron A 80-71 1996 J/3 Akron A 76-62 M/2 Akron H 77-67 1997 J/22 Akron A 86-66 F/19 CMU H 66-56 1998 J/8 CMU H 74-62 J/31 Akron A 64-63 1999 J/6 Akron H 79-78 F/10 Akron A 75-52 2000 F/12 Akron A 68-60 2001 F/6 Akron H 75-58 2002 F/6 CMU A 76-56 2003 J/11 CMU H 80-68 2004 F/18 CMU A 70-65 2005 F/21 CMU H 78-77 2006 F/11 CMU A 60-44 2007 F/7 CMU H 81-69 2008 J/29 Akron A 70-69 2009 F/11 CMU H 78-57 M/11 CMU* N 67-59 2010 F/4 Akron A 62-55 2011 J/29 CMU H 74-62 2012 F/4 Akron A 97-84 Ball State (33-33) 1971 M/13 Ball State 1978 J/14 Ball State 1979 CMU 1980 J/12 CMU 1981 J/31 CMU 1982 J/30 Ball State 1983 J/29 CMU F/26 CMU 1984 J/11 CMU F/8 CMU 1985 J/2 CMU M/2 CMU 1986 J/25 CMU F/22 CMU 1987 J/7 CMU F/4 CMU 1988 J/20 CMU F/17 CMU 1989 J/11 Ball State F/8 CMU

A A H H A A A H A H A A A H A H H A A H

1990 J/3 M/3 M/5 1991 J/26 F/23 1992 J/25 F/22 1993 J/16 F/13 1994 J/8 F/5 1995 J/18 F/15 1996 J/17 F/14 1997 J/15 F/12 1998 D/29 F/23 1999 J/16 2000 J/8 F/25 M/2 2001 J/6 F/24 2002 J/2 F/23 2003 J/15 2004 J/31 2005 J/8 M/1 2006 J/14 F/22 2007 J/10 F/21 60-36 2008 J/23 70-66 F/27 75-63 2009 J/14 72-63 F/22 85-82 2010 J/12 86-75 M/2 82-62 2011 J/15 88-46 J/23 74-53 2012 J/14 80-65 F/19 76-55 M/3 75-73 82-59 BGSU (14-45) 89-70 1980 J/19 63-62 1981 J/24 79-68 1982 J/22 74-72 1983 M/2 68-58 F/2 80-71 1984 J/25 69-52 F/22

CMU Ball State Ball State* CMU CMU CMU Ball State CMU CMU CMU Ball State CMU CMU CMU Ball State Ball State Ball State Ball State CMU Ball State CMU Ball State Ball State* Ball State Ball State Ball State Ball State Ball State Ball State Ball State Ball State Ball State CMU Ball State Ball State Ball State Ball State Ball State Ball State CMU Ball State Ball State CMU CMU Ball State CMU*

H A H A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A H H A A H A H A H A A H A H H A A H A H H A A H H A H

69-67 62-60 77-57 80-62 66-61 95-40 69-58 51-48 65-59 88-62 69-78 82-55 64-59 86-74 66-54 74-64 67-62 71-69 99-75 72-69 74-69 92-86 95-81 87-62 85-50 90-81 80-58 78-70 72-65 81-78 68-67 57-47 59-58 73-65 84-59 82-57 81-69 83-75 71-67 87-80 77-74 86-77 81-66 84-66 84-76 86-62

CMU BGSU BGSU CMU BGSU CMU CMU

A H A A H H A

64-55 73-69 74-61 79-69 80-60 89-60 74-66

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

J/15 F/13 J/8 F/5 M/7 J/3 J/31 M/7 F/3 M/2 M/11 J/28 F/25 J/20 F/17 J/12 F/9 M/7 J/11 F/8 F/3 F/27 J/26 F/23 J/11 F/8 J/10 F/7 J/4 M/1 J/5 F/27 F/17 J/6 J/9 J/5 J/18 F/5 J/17 F/14 M/6 F/15 J/25 J/20 F/13 F/15 M/13 F/10 J/22 M/11 J/28 M/9

BGSU CMU BGSU BGSU CMU* BGSU BGSU BGSU* BGSU BGSU BGSU* BGSU BGSU BGSU BGSU CMU BGSU CMU* BGSU BGSU BGSU BGSU BGSU BGSU BGSU CMU BGSU BGSU BGSU CMU BGSU BGSU* BGSU BGSU BGSU CMU BGSU CMU BGSU BGSU BGSU* BGSU BGSU BGSU BGSU BGSU BGSU* CMU BGSU BGSU* BGSU CMU*

A 58-41 H 69-58 H 53-52 A 85-75 H 67-64 H 85-79 A 91-78 H 63-62 A 101-78 H 89-69 H 95-60 A 87-65 H 91-78 H 70-60 A 88-64 A 72-60 H 78-66 H 84-72 H 82-66 A 82-57 A 81-62 H 73-62 H 63-48 A 80-72 H 73-46 A 60-58 A 75-47 H 77-64 A 59-50 H 73-55 A 92-82 A 76-65 H 84-81 H 80-69 A 82-63 H 81-71 A 53-45 H 42-30 A 68-60 H 69-51 A 66-54 A 72-58 H 57-52 A 70-50 H 87-82 A 94-79 N 82-65 H 67-65 A 90-62 N 80-72 H 77-72 N 69-66

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56-34 42-29 56-38 63-39 52-50 49-47 35-25 65-45 78-49 71-60 60-51 76-74 67-58 86-81 85-59 83-74 69-44 80-68 85-68 85-63 83-60 80-79 90-86 65-61 84-66 93-81 94-74 78-69 81-66 79-61 58-57 68-63 76-60 68-61 82-75 81-72 66-55 53-51

J/29 F/26 J/14 F/11 J/13 F/10 J/8 F/1 J/24 F/18 D/22 J/30 D/4 J/12 J/29 J/3 F/14 J/26 F/13 J/8 F/15 J/10 M/2 F/5 F/23 J/21 M/1 J/17 F/28 J/19 M/5 J/10 M/7 J/6 F/20 J/12 F/26 J/19 F/28 M/10

CMU CMU CMU CMU EMU EMU EMU CMU CMU EMU CMU CMU EMU CMU CMU EMU EMU EMU EMU EMU EMU EMU EMU EMU EMU EMU EMU EMU EMU EMU EMU CMU CMU EMU CMU CMU CMU EMU CMU EMU*

Kent State (23-31) 1980 J/18 Kent State 1981 J/13 Kent State 1982 D/11 Kent State 1983 J/15 CMU F/12 CMU 1984 J/7 CMU F/4 CMU 1985 J/30 CMU F/27 CMU 1986 J/22 CMU F/19 CMU 1987 D/31 CMU F/28 Kent State

A 69-49 H 74-63 H 70-49 A 66-58 A 76-68 H 53-46 H 88-85 A 69-60 H 83-61 A 83-81 H 96-71 A 81-76 A 92-55 A 60-51 H 69-67 H 78-59 A 73-61 H 52-43 A 70-59 A 65-61 H 59-47 A 87-50 H 89-68 H 60-48 A 69-53 H 58-45 A 59-51 A 77-62 H 57-50 H 68-66 A 73-65 A 77-56 H 95-62 A 73-55 H 113-107 A 76-67 H 68-67 A 73-60 H 61-46 N 72-71

H H A A H H A A H H A H A

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

81-62 73-66 79-75 72-53 72-57 83-58 80-57 62-46 63-30 82-72 76-70 80-71 76-67

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J/16 F/13 J/7 F/4 J/31 F/28 J/23 F/20 J/22 F/19 J/13 F/10 M/9 J/5 M/5 J/25 F/22 J/24 F/21 J/29 F/26 M/3 J/10 J/29 J/2 F/23 F/10 F/10 J/12 J/28 F/7 J/12 J/28 J/23 F/9 F/4 J/27 M/10 F/12 J/22

CMU A 103-70 CMU H 85-73 CMU H 75-72 CMU A 75-68 CMU A 75-64 Kent State H 78-64 CMU H 90-86 Kent State A 94-75 Kent State A 89-70 Kent State H 81-80 CMU H 97-72 Kent State A 81-64 Kent State* A 71-57 Kent State A 63-96 Kent State H 82-88 Kent State A 83-60 Kent State H 77-63 Kent State H 69-57 Kent State A 75-51 Kent State A 81-63 CMU H 80-79 Kent State* A 106-63 Kent State H 86-68 Kent State A 76-62 Kent State A 104-75 Kent State H 94-71 Kent State A 94-55 Kent State H 68-53 Kent State A 78-48 CMU H 65-58 Kent State A 65-45 CMU H 58-52 Kent State A 57-51 Kent State H 71-53 CMU A 87-70 CMU H 109-94 Kent State A 82-76 Kent State* N 68-55 CMU H 78-72 Kent State A 67-64

History

Eastern Michigan (43-33) 1970 M/5 CMU A 1973 F/3 CMU A 1974 F/15 CMU H F/27 CMU H 1975 CMU H EMU A EMU H 1976 EMU H 1977 J/22 CMU H F/12 EMU A 1978 F/16 CMU H F/25 CMU H 1979 EMU A 1980 J/30 CMU H 1981 J/22 EMU A 1982 F/2 CMU H 1983 J/5 CMU H M/5 EMU A 1984 J/28 CMU A F/25 CMU H 1985 J/19 CMU H F/16 EMU A 1986 J/11 CMU A F/8 EMU H 1987 J/10 CMU H F/7 CMU A 1988 J/6 CMU H M/5 CMU A 1989 J/25 CMU H F/22 EMU A 1990 J/24 CMU A F/21 CMU H 1991 J/16 CMU H F/13 EMU A 1992 J/15 CMU A F/12 CMU H 1993 J/6 CMU H M/6 CMU A

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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59-56 55-45 64-54 72-53 57-52 69-45 58-50 90-80 80-57 89-81 60-52 92-89 90-69 66-60

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A A H A A H A H A H A H N A

Coaching Staff

Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo* Buffalo CMU CMU Buffalo CMU CMU Buffalo Buffalo CMU* CMU

2012-13 Outlook

Buffalo (6-8) 1999 J/20 2002 J/2 2003 F/22 M/8 2004 J/21 2005 F/12 2006 F/8 2007 F/10 2008 F/16 2009 J/24 2010 F/6 2011 J/26 M/9 2012 F/11

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Miami (23-31) 1980 F/15 Miami 1981 F/14 Miami 1982 J/16 Miami F/21 Miami* 1983 J/19 CMU F/16 Miami M/12 CMU* 1984 J/21 CMU F/18 CMU 1985 J/5 CMU F/2 CMU 1986 J/29 CMU F/25 CMU 1987 J/14 CMU F/11 CMU 1988 J/23 CMU F/20 Miami 1989 J/14 Miami F/11 CMU M/7 CMU* 1990 J/6 Miami F/3 Miami 1991 J/30 CMU F/27 Miami 1992 J/29 CMU F/26 CMU M/10 CMU* 1993 J/20 Miami F/17 Miami 1994 J/12 Miami F/9 Miami 1995 J/21 Miami F/18 Miami 1996 J/20 Miami F/17 Miami 1997 J/13 Miami F/8 Miami 1998 J/3 Miami 1999 J/9 CMU F/20 Miami 2000 J/19 CMU 2001 J/13 Miami 2002 F/16 Miami 2003 F/19 Miami 2004 F/21 Miami 2005 F/2 Miami 2006 F/1 Miami 2007 J/27 Miami 2008 F/2 Miami 2009 F/7 Miami 2010 J/30 CMU 2011 F/2 CMU 2012 F/1 Miami M/8 CMU*

H 69-58 A 77-68 H 82-52 H 103-52 H 69-67 A 65-63 H 78-73 H 94-70 A 85-64 A 60-57 H 78-63 H 94-82 A 86-62 H 72-65 A 77-64 A 71-63 H 64-56 H 71-58 A 56-55 H 74-58 A 65-61 H 96-83 H 67-61 A 73-60 A 66-60 H 75-66 H 69-59 H 63-59 A 70-69 A 41-64 H 57-66 H 73-62 A 62-54 A 69-47 H 60-56 A 50-37 H 71-57 A 87-72 H 79-64 A 82-78 H 75-71 A 85-57 H 64-57 A 73-70 H 81-77 A 56-50 H 80-67 A 79-70 H 76-74 A 83-78 H 96-86 A 100-84 H 79-57 N 78-64

orthern Illinois (21-21) N 1980 F/23 CMU J/2 CMU 1981 F/28 NIU 1982 F/6 NIU 1983 J/12 CMU F/9 NIU 1984 J/4 CMU M/3 CMU M/5 CMU* 1985 J/26 CMU F/23 NIU M/8 CMU* 1986 J/18 CMU F/15 CMU 1998 N/24 CMU F/25 NIU 1999 J/27 CMU 2000 J/26 NIU F/17 CMU 2001 J/27 NIU F/27 NIU M/2 NIU* 2002 J/28 NIU F/26 NIU 2003 F/22 NIU F/26 CMU 2004 J/14 NIU F/28 NIU 2005 J/29 CMU 2006 J/11 NIU F/18 NIU 2007 J/6 NIU F/17 CMU 2008 J/15 NIU 2009 J/7 NIU F/28 NIU 2010 J/20 CMU F/14 CMU 2011 J/8 CMU F/16 NIU 2012 J/5 CMU F/22 CMU

H 92-82 H 92-84 A 79-69 H 69-67 H 53-50 A 59-54 A 89-60 H 88-75 H 106-72 H 79-67 A 74-70 H 72-59 A 87-86 H 101-79 A 90-84 H 79-68 A 67-64 A 73-63 H 66-53 A 72-55 H 67-51 A 57-35 A 74-61 H 68-51 A 49-43 H 70-62 H 74-59 A 60-51 H 64-58 H 59-57 A 68-42 A 73-67 H 73-61 A 87-60 H 75-70 A 81-66 A 89-74 H 98-71 H 67-61 A 59-45 A 86-67 H 73-50

Ohio (29-27) 1981 J/3 F/7 1982 D/7 1983 J/26 F/23 1984 J/18 F/15 1985 J/9 F/6 1986 J/4

H A H H A A H H A H

Ohio CMU CMU CMU Ohio CMU CMU CMU CMU CMU

66-61 68-64 93-86 98-81 91-80 80-69 99-77 79-61 79-74 90-81

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

F/11 M/8 J/28 J/30 F/30 F/27 J/21 F/18 J/13 F/10 J/5 F/2 M/4 F/5 M/4 J/27 F/24 J/19 F/16 J/28 F/25 J/27 F/24 J/25 F/22 F/5 J/12 J/2 J/20 J/19 F/10 F/3 J/15 M/5 F/4 M/4 F/3 M/4 J/26 M/9 J/31 J/23 M/7 F/5 J/25 M/7

Ohio Ohio* CMU CMU Ohio CMU CMU Ohio CMU CMU CMU CMU CMU* Ohio CMU Ohio CMU Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio CMU Ohio CMU Ohio Ohio Ohio CMU Ohio Ohio Ohio* CMU Ohio* Ohio Ohio* Ohio Ohio* CMU CMU CMU* CMU CMU CMU*

Toledo (25-37) 1980 J/3 CMU 1981 J/10 CMU 1982 J/23 Toledo 1983 J/8 CMU F/5 Toledo M/11 CMU* 1984 F/1 CMU

A H A H A H H A A H H A H A H H A A H H A A H H A H A A H A A H A A H A A N H N A H N A H N

88-83 92-85 72-61 81-69 71-60 68-64 77-68 74-59 62-57 69-58 82-72 72-64 71-70 65-64 81-73 61-59 55-45 67-78 51-60 70-60 66-54 94-64 73-58 77-73 74-60 77-67 77-63 73-61 99-78 75-69 66-63 53-48 71-70 71-43 64-48 74-57 69-65 55-51 71-64 68-65 72-65 59-56 69-66 82-64 67-53 58-55

A H A A H H H

93-66 72-48 65-51 58-56 58-56 80-66 77-67

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MAC Game-By-Game 2010 J/9 Toledo F/24 Toledo 2011 J/19 CMU M/2 Toledo 2012 J/8 Toledo F/15 Toledo

A H H A A H

74-60 77-68 78-74 85-75 58-53 80-62

Western Michigan (39-47) 1969 F/14 CMU H 1970 F/13 CMU A 1972 F/19 WMU H M/4 WMU A M/12 WMU H 1973 F/24 WMU A M/3 WMU H 1974 F/23 WMU H 1975 WMU A 1976 WMU A WMU H WMU H 1977 F/15 CMU A F/26 WMU H 1978 F/11 WMU A J/9 WMU H 1979 J/9 CMU A 1980 J/9 CMU A 1981 J/4 WMU H F/21 CMU H 1982 N/27 WMU A F/18 CMU* H 1983 N/27 CMU H J/22 CMU A F/19 CMU H 1984 J/14 CMU H F/11 CMU A 1985 J/12 CMU A F/9 CMU H M/9 WMU* H 1986 J/2 CMU A M/2 WMU H 1987 J/21 CMU A F/18 WMU H M/6 CMU* H 1988 J/21 CMU H F/24 WMU A 1989 J/18 WMU A F/15 WMU H 1990 F/7 CMU H J/10 WMU A 1991 J/2 CMU H M/2 CMU A 1992 F/1 CMU H F/29 CMU A 1993 J/23 WMU A F/20 CMU H

40-30 44-37 53-49 54-45 50-46 71-63 60-38 65-49 62-51 86-76 78-56 70-57 68-67 66-64 87-72 69-68 68-64 64-60 81-76 90-71 73-66 47-45 69-62 96-78 78-57 96-55 78-61 79-66 80-73 73-63 66-61 73-65 79-60 78-71 82-70 75-61 64-56 68-58 72-68 71-64 73-64 67-63 72-63 58-56 86-62 61-56 61-50

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

J/15 F/12 J/7 F/4 J/6 F/3 J/11 F/3 J/17 F/14 N/21 F/6 F/5 F/23 F/3 F/21 F/2 F/19 M/2 J/20 M/1 J/28 F/24 J/5 F/26 J/7 F/14 J/3 F/14 J/12 F/23 J/17 F/25 J/16 F/27 J/5 F/19 J/11 F/25

CMU CMU WMU CMU WMU WMU WMU CMU CMU CMU WMU WMU WMU WMU WMU CMU WMU WMU WMU* WMU WMU WMU WMU WMU WMU WMU WMU CMU WMU WMU WMU CMU CMU CMU WMU CMU CMU CMU CMU

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H A A H H A H A H A A H H A A H H A A H A H A H A A H H A H A H A H A A H H A

63-61 65-62 72-57 70-61 75-48 71-51 67-49 64-59 79-70 77-65 75-57 85-74 82-63 90-65 72-57 74-68 71-55 87-78 77-67 86-55 87-65 72-59 67-55 69-64 86-75 58-50 64-54 91-78 80-66 67-57 98-91 98-87 64-60 74-65 64-56 72-62 91-75 93-85 66-53

History

75-53 71-55 67-53 98-78 82-62 87-67 89-81 75-66 61-58 63-61 50-49 55-54 71-63 55-51 69-59 78-59 76-61 78-76 93-66 77-71 85-53 69-59 81-69 60-54 61-68 67-63 71-74 72-61 85-66 81-64 68-62 85-51 92-67 72-69 81-63 77-69 83-75 88-78 67-60 86-64 83-57 74-53 63-47 62-50 60-53 64-55 65-51 60-48 54-51 85-82 73-62 72-52 81-76 76-65 80-70

2011-12 Recap

A H A H H A H A A H H H A H A H A H H H A H A H H A A A H A H A H A A H H A A H H A H A H H A A H H A A H A H

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CMU CMU CMU CMU CMU CMU CMU Toledo CMU CMU CMU* Toledo Toledo Toledo* Toledo Toledo Toledo CMU Toledo* CMU Toledo Toledo* Toledo CMU Toledo CMU Toledo* Toledo Toledo Toledo* CMU Toledo Toledo CMU Toledo Toledo CMU Toledo* Toledo Toledo Toledo Toledo Toledo Toledo Toledo Toledo Toledo CMU CMU Toledo Toledo Toledo Toledo Toledo CMU

Coaching Staff

F/29 M/9 J/23 F/20 J/15 J/17 J/17 F/14 J/9 F/6 M/8 F/1 M/1 M/8 J/17 F/14 J/19 F/16 M/9 J/18 F/15 M/12 J/9 F/6 F/2 M/2 M/8 F/1 M/1 M/7 J/31 F/28 J/18 F/15 J/21 F/21 J/23 F/26 J/24 F/17 J/24 F/17 J/23 M/4 J/7 J/18 F/8 J/18 F/25 J/13 F/24 J/9 M/1 J/21 M/7

2012-13 Outlook

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

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Postseason Games 2012-13 Outlook

NCAA Division I Tournament

1983 (College Park, Maryland) First Round: Maryland 94, CMU 71 1984 (Mount Pleasant) First Round: Alabama 78, CMU 70

Women’s National Invitational Tournament

2011 (Normal, Illinois) First Round: Illinois State 72, CMU 59

Coaching Staff

2011 (Normal, Illinois) First Round: Illinois State 69, CMU 68

MAC Tournament

1993 (Columbus, Ohio) First Round: at Kent State 71, CMU 57 1994 (Columbus, Ohio) First Round: at Toledo 74, CMU 71 1995 (Toledo, Ohio) First Round: at Toledo 81, CMU 64 1997 (Toledo, Ohio) First Round: at Kent State 106, CMU 63 1998 (Toledo, Ohio) First Round: at BGSU 76, CMU 65 1999 (Toledo, Ohio) First Round: at Toledo 88, CMU 78

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(Final Game Location) 1982 (several sites) First Round: CMU 47, Western Michigan 45 Quarterfinals: Miami 103, CMU 56

2000 (Cleveland, Ohio) First Round: at Ball State 95, CMU 81

1983 (Oxford, Ohio) MAC Tournament Champions Semifinals: CMU 80, Toledo 66 Championship: CMU 78, Miami 73

2002 (Cleveland, Ohio) First Round: at WMU 77, CMU 67

1984 (Rockford, Illinois) MAC Tournament Champions Semifinals: CMU 106, Northern Illinois 72 Championship: CMU 71, Toledo 55 1985 (Toledo, Ohio) Semifinals: CMU 72, Northern Illinois 59 Championship: Western Michigan 73, CMU 63

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1986 (Rockford, Ill.) Semifinals: CMU 67, Bowling Green 64 Championship: Ohio 92, CMU 85 (OT) 1987 (Toledo, Ohio) Semifinals: CMU 82, Western Michigan 70 Championship: Bowling Green 63, CMU 62 1988 (Toledo, Ohio) First Round: at CMU 50, Toledo 49 Semifinals: Bowling Green 95, CMU 60 1989 (Toledo, Ohio) First Round: CMU 74, at Miami 58 Semifinals: Toledo 55, CMU 51

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1992 (Detroit) First Round: at CMU 69, Miami 59 Semifinals: Toledo 69, CMU 59

1990 (Detroit) First Round: at Ball State 77, CMU 57 1991 (Detroit) First Round: at CMU 71, Ohio 70 Semifinals: CMU 84, Bowling Green 72 Championship: Toledo 93, CMU 66

2001 (Cleveland,Ohio) First Round: at NIU 57, CMU 35

2003 (Cleveland, Ohio) First Round: at Buffalo 72, CMU 53 2004 (Cleveland, Ohio) First Round: at BGSU 66, CMU 54 2005 (Cleveland, Ohio) First Round: at Ohio 71, CMU 43 2006 (Cleveland, Ohio) First Round: at Ohio 74, CMU 57 2007 (Cleveland, Ohio) First Round: Ohio 55, CMU 51 2008 (Cleveland, Ohio) First Round: Ohio 68, CMU 65 2009 (Cleveland, Ohio) First Round: CMU 67, Akron 59 Second Round: Bowling Green 82, CMU 65 2010 (Cleveland, Ohio) First Round: CMU 69, Ohio 65 Second Round: Kent State 68, CMU 55 2011 (Cleveland, Ohio) First Round: CMU 90, Buffalo 69 Second Round: Bowling Green 80, CMU 72 2012 (Cleveland, Ohio) First Round: CMU 86, Ball State 62 Second Round: CMU 58, Ohio 55 Quarterfinals: CMU 78, Miami 64 Semifinals: CMU 69, Bowling Green 66 Final: Eastern Michigan 72, CMU 71

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year-by-year Results

CMU Coaches’ Records Name

Years

W

L

Pct

Fran Koenig

5

26

24

.520

Marcy Weston

2

21

19

.525

Ro DiBrezzo

4

54

37

.593

Jane Cwayna

1

10

16

.385

Laura Golden

3

59

30

.663

Donita Davenport 12

171 165

.509

Fran Voll*

5

43

74

.368

Ina Nicosia*

1

2

18

.100

Eileen Kleinfelter 6

63

107

.371

Sue Guevara

5

76

82 0.481

Totals

43

525 570 0.479

Top Ten Home Crowds

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History

1. 5,195-Nov. 25, 2009 (Georgetown 94, CMU 69) 2. 4,982 - Jan. 26, 2011 (Buffalo 92, CMU 89) 3. 4,478-Nov. 25, 2008 (CMU 86, Valparaiso 80) 4. 4,351–Feb. 18, 1987 (Western Michigan 78, CMU 71) 5. 4,296-Nov. 11, 2011 (Northwestern 69, CMU 60) 6. 4,153–Feb. 25, 1987 (CMU 81, Ohio 69) 7. 3,250–March 18, 1984 (Alabama 78, CMU 70)* 8. 3,126–March 7, 1984 (CMU 106, Northern Illinois 72)# 9. 2,603–March 3, 1984 (CMU 88, Northern Illinois 75) 10. 2,386–Feb. 25, 1984 (CMU 85, Eastern Michigan 63)

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Year........... Coach......................... W 1969-70....... Fran Koenig.......................3 1970-71....... Fran Koenig.......................7 1971-72....... Fran Koenig.......................8 1972-73....... Fran Koenig.......................4 1973-74....... Fran Koenig . ....................4 1974-75....... Marcy Weston............... 10 1975-76....... Marcy Weston............... 11 1976-77....... Ro DiBrezzo.................... 12 1977-78....... Ro DiBrezzo.................... 13 1978-79....... Ro DiBrezzo.................... 10 1979-80....... Ro DiBrezzo.................... 19 1980-81....... Jane Cwayna.................. 10 1981-82....... Laura Golden................. 11 1982-83....... Laura Golden................. 21 1983-84....... Laura Golden................. 27 1984-85....... Donita Davenport........ 19 1985-86....... Donita Davenport........ 18 1986-87....... Donita Davenport........ 17 1987-88....... Donita Davenport........ 16 1988-89....... Donita Davenport........ 11 1989-90....... Donita Davenport........ 14 1990-91....... Donita Davenport........ 21 1991-92....... Donita Davenport........ 16 1992-93....... Donita Davenport........ 15 1993-94....... Donita Davenport........ 11 1994-95....... Donita Davenport...........8 1995-96....... Donita Davenport...........5 1996-97....... Fran Voll........................... 11 1997-98....... Fran Voll........................... 10 1998-99....... Fran Voll........................... 11 1999-00....... Fran Voll..............................9 2000-01....... Fran Voll..............................2 2000-01....... Ina Nicosia*.......................2 2001-02....... Eileen Kleinfelter.......... 10 2002-03....... Eileen Kleinfelter.......... 11 2003-04....... Eileen Kleinfelter.............5 2004-05....... Eileen Kleinfelter.......... 10 2005-06....... Eileen Kleinfelter.......... 16 2006-07....... Eileen Kleinfelter.......... 11 2007-08....... Sue Guevara......................6 2008-09....... Sue Guevara................... 18 2009-10 ...... Sue Guevara ............... 12 2010-11 ...... Sue Guevara ............... 20 2011-12....... Sue Guevara ................. 20 Total........................................... 525

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Individual Career Records

Points 1. Sue Nissen (1988-91)........................................... 1,938 2. Britni Houghton (2007-).................................... 1,555 3. Carla Sterk ( 1990-93).......................................... 1,539 4. Jody Beerman (1984-87).................................... 1,527 5. Betsy Yonkman (1983-86).................................. 1,495 6. Shonda Long (2008-11)...................................... 1,439 7. Tracy Renken (1994-97)...................................... 1,386 8. LaTanga Cox (1983-86)........................................ 1,373 9. Kaihla Szunko (2007, 2009-)............................. 1,292 10. Nikki Thompkins (1991-94)............................... 1,258 11. Carrie Isanhart (1990-93).................................... 1,242 12. Sylvia Odum (1982-85)........................................ 1,215 13. Shelly Woods (1997-00)...................................... 1,128 14. Tracy Creten ( 1979-82)....................................... 1,127 15. Julie Roberts (1978-81)...................................... 1,104 16. Angel Chan (2006-09).......................................... 1,076 17. Lisa Zodtner (1980-83)........................................ 1,071 18. Ann Skufca (2003-07).......................................... 1,018 19. Desiree Eidson (1999-2003).............................. 1,008 20. Casey Manning (2002-06).................................. 1,005 Scoring Average 1. Sue Nissen (1988-91)..............................................17.0 2. Carla Sterk (1990-93)...............................................13.9 3. Jody Beerman (1984-87).......................................13.4 4. Betsy Yonkman (1983-86).....................................13.2 5. Tracy Renken (1994-97).........................................13.2 6. Britni Houghton (2007-10)..................................12.9 7. Julie Roberts (1978-81)..........................................12.1 8. Nikki Thompkins (1991-94)..................................12.0 Sally Sedlar (1998-99).............................................12.0 10. Shonda Long (2008-11).........................................11.8 Field Goal Percentage (min. 300 made) 1. Nikki Thompkins (1991-94)............................... 0.543 2. Kaihla Szunko (2007, 2009-11)......................... 0.537 3. LaTanga Cox (1983-86)........................................ 0.529 4. Jody Beerman (1984-87).................................... 0.519 Carla Sterk (1990-93)............................................ 0.519 6. Sue Nissen (1988-91)........................................... 0.502 Betsy Yonkman (1983-86).................................. 0.502 8. Trish Phillips (1983-86)........................................ 0.497 9. Gina Mazzolini (1975-78).................................... 0.496 10. Nancy Melissa (1984-87).................................... 0.488 Field Goals Made 1. Sue Nissen (1988-91)...............................................726 2. Betsy Yonkman (1983-86)......................................620 3. Carla Sterk (1990-93)................................................579 4. Brinti Houghton (2007-10)....................................556 5. Tracy Renken (1994-97)..........................................548 6. LaTanga Cox (1983-86)............................................533 7. Jody Beerman (1984-87)........................................514 8. Kaihla Szunko (2007, 2009-11)............................512 9. Sylvia Odum (1982-85)............................................498 10. Shonda Long (2008-11)..........................................489

Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. Shonda Long (2008-11)..........................................230 2. Molli Munz (1999-02)...............................................191 3. Angel Chan (2006-09)..............................................171 4. Carrie Isanhart (1990-93)........................................128 5. Niki DiGuilio (2010-)....................................125 6. Jodi Culbertson (1997-00).....................................112 7. Erin Kuhl (2002-06 )..................................................111 8. Lindy Hatfield (2001-05).........................................108 9. Eve Claar (1992-95)...................................................102 Lindsay Mecoli (2002-06).......................................102 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 60 made) 1. Sue Nissen (1988-91)........................................... 0.400 2. Stacey Verhoff (2004-08).................................... 0.384 3. Erin Kuhl (2002-06)............................................... 0.372 Sally Sedlar (1998-99).......................................... 0.372 5. Julie Miller (1995-98)........................................... 0.352 6. Candace Wilson (2004-08)................................. 0.349 7. Jenny Ritz (1991-94)............................................. 0.343 8. Angel Chan (2006-09).......................................... 0.341 9. Lindsay Mecoli (2002-06)................................... 0.340 10. Casey Manning (2002-06).................................. 0.338 Lindy Hatfield (2001-05)..................................... 0.338 Free Throws Made 1. Jody Beerman (1984-87)........................................491 2. Sue Nissen (1988-91)...............................................440 3. Britni Houghton (2007-10)....................................387 4. Carla Sterk (1990-93)................................................371 5. LaTanga Cox (1983-86)............................................307 6. Julie Roberts (1978-81)...........................................294 Nikki Thompkins (1991-94)...................................294 8. Brandie Baker (2008-).................................259 9. Betsy Yonkman (1983-86)......................................255 10. Julie Miller (1995-98)...............................................254 Free Throw Percentage (min. 200 made) 1. Jody Beerman (1984-87).................................... 0.851 2. Julie Miller (1995-98)........................................... 0.809 3. Kathy LaBarge (1983-86).................................... 0.800 4. Ann Skufca (2003-07).......................................... 0.795 5. Angel Chan (2006-09).......................................... 0.789 6. Carla Sterk (1990-93)............................................ 0.788 7. Sue Nissen (1988-91)........................................... 0.769 8. Carrie Isanhart (1990-93).................................... 0.765 9. Terri McFarland (1980-83).................................. 0.764 Rebounds 1. Julie Roberts (1978-81)....................................... 1,089 2. LaTanga Cox (1983-86)........................................ 1,029 3. Kaihla Szunko (2007, 2009-11)........................ 1,009 4. Sue Nissen (1988-91)...............................................977 5. Carla Sterk (1990-93)................................................880 Gina Mazzolini (1975-78)........................................880 7. Vershaun Jones (1999-2002).................................869 8. Denise Tower (1981-84)..........................................813 9. Nikki Thompkins (1991-94)...................................780 10. Tracy Creten (1979-82)............................................770

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hree-Point Field Goal Pct. (min. 30 made) T 1. Sue Nissen (1990-91)........................................... 0.465 2. Sally Sedlar (1997-98).......................................... 0.434 3. Erin Kuhl (2002-03) .............................................. 0.421 4. Jenny Ritz (1993-94)............................................. 0.415 5. Molli Munz (1999-00)........................................... 0.405 6. Niki DiGuilio (2010-11)........................................ 0.404 7. Taylor Johnson (2011-12)................................... 0.400 8. Jodi Culbertson (1999-00)................................. 0.387 9. Eve Claar (1993-94)............................................... 0.377 10. Lindy Hatfield (2004-05)..................................... 0.368

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Points 1. Jody Beerman (1986-87)........................................582 2. Britni Houghton (2008-09)....................................533 3. Shonda Long (2010-11)..........................................510 4. Sue Nissen (1987-88)...............................................507 5. Sylvia Odum (1983-84)............................................501 6. Sue Nissen (1988-89)...............................................494 7. Kaihla Szunko (2010-11).........................................482 8. Carla Sterk (1990-91)................................................473 9. Sue Nissen (1990-91)...............................................472 10. Nikki Thompkins (1993-94)...................................471

Made Three-Point Field Goals 1. Angel Chan (2008-09)................................................92 2. Shonda Long (2010-11)............................................78 3. Jodi Culbertson (1999-00).......................................77 4. Shonda Long (2009-10)............................................76 5. Niki DiGuilio (2010-11).................................69 6. Molli Munz (1999-00).................................................64 7. Niki DiGuilio (2011-12).................................56 8. Jenny Ritz (1993-94)...................................................55 9. Molli Munz (2000-01).................................................53 Shonda Long (2008-09)............................................53

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Blocked Shots 1. Ann Skufca (2003-07)..............................................160 2. Carla Sterk (1990-93)................................................104 3. LaTanga Cox (1983-86)..............................................98 4. Denise Didley (1995-97)...........................................82 5. Wendy Merriman (1990-93)....................................81 6. Kaihla Szunko (2007-2011).....................................80 7. Shelly Woods (1997-00)............................................69 8. Julie Roberts (1978-81).............................................60 9. Denise Tower (1981-84)............................................57 Crystal Bradford (2011-)...............................57

ield Goal Pct. (min. 100 made) F 1. Jody Beerman (1985-86).................................... 0.591 2. Trish Phillips (1985-86)........................................ 0.579 3. LaTanga Cox (1983-84)........................................ 0.573 4. LaTanga Cox (1985-86)........................................ 0.567 5. Kaihla Szunko (2009-10)..................................... 0.560 6. Kaihla Szunko (2008-09)..................................... 0.559 7. Joni Daniels (1997-98)......................................... 0.557 8. Kaihla Szunko (2010-11)..................................... 0.556 9. Nikki Thompkins (1992-93)............................... 0.554 10. Nikki Thompkins (1993-94)............................... 0.545

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Steals 1. Julie Roberts (1978-81)...........................................296 2. Sylvia Odum (1982-85)............................................292 3. Kaihla Szunko (2007, 2009-11).............................233 4. Britni Houghton (2007-10)....................................217 5. Jody Beerman (1984-87)........................................196 6. Lisa Zodtner (1980-83)............................................193 7. Casey Manning (2002-06)......................................188 Sue Nissen (1988-91)...............................................188 9. Betsy Yonkman (1983-86)......................................186 Vershaun Jones (1999-2002).................................186

Field Goals Made 1. Sylvia Odum (1983-84)............................................209 2. Sue Nissen (1987-88)...............................................202 3. Jody Beerman (1986-87)........................................200 4. Kaihla Szunko (2010-11) . ....................................195 5. Crystal Bradford (2011-12).....................................193 6. Betsy Yonkman (1984-85)......................................189 7. Nikki Thompkins (1993-94)...................................187 8. Sue Nissen (1990-91)...............................................185 9. Betsy Yonkman (1985-86)......................................183 Britni Houghton (2008-09)....................................183

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Assists 1. Suzy Merchant (1988-91).......................................463 2. Jody Beerman (1984-87)........................................445 3. Molli Munz (1998-2002) ........................................341 4. Sylvia Odum (1982-85)............................................335 5. Brandie Baker (2008-).................................332 6. Sue Nissen (1988-91)...............................................325 7. Betsy Yonkman (1983-86)......................................319 8. Erin Kuhl (2002-06)...................................................306 9. Linda Nash (1979-82)...............................................304 10 Britni Houghton (2007-10)....................................281

Scoring Average 1. Jody Beerman (1986-87).......................................20.8 2. Sue Nissen (1987-88)..............................................17.5 3. Nikki Thompkins (1993-94)..................................17.4 4. Sue Nissen (1989-90)..............................................17.2 5. Sue Nissen (1988-89)..............................................17.0 6. Sylvia Odum (1983-84)...........................................16.7 7. Britni Houghton (2008-09)...................................16.7 8. Shonda Long (2010-11).........................................16.5 9. Betsy Yonkman (1984-85).....................................16.3 Betsy Yonkman (1985-86).....................................16.3 Carla Sterk (1990-91)...............................................16.3 Sue Nissen (1990-91)..............................................16.3

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Rebounding Average 1. Julie Roberts (1978-81)..........................................12.0 2. Gina Mazzolini (1975-78).......................................10.5 3. LaTanga Cox (1983-86).............................................8.8 4. Sue Nissen (1988-91)................................................8.6 5. Kaihla Szunko (2007, 2009-11)..............................8.5 6. Carla Sterk (1990-93).................................................7.9 7. Vershaun Jones (1999-2002)..................................7.8 8. Tracy Creten (1979-82).............................................7.5 9. Nikki Thompkins (1991-94)....................................7.4 10. Denise Tower (1981-84)...........................................7.2

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Free Throws Made 1. Jody Beerman (1986-87)........................................174 2. Sue Nissen (1988-89)...............................................149 3. Britni Houghton (2008-09)....................................142 4. Jody Beerman (1985-86)........................................133 5. Carla Sterk (1991-92)................................................123 6. Carla Sterk (1990-91)................................................119 7. Brandie Baker (2010-11).............................109 8. Julie Roberts (1979-80)...........................................108 9. Sue Nissen (1989-90)...............................................106 10. Sue Nissen (1987-88)...............................................103 Molly Piché (1987-88)..............................................103

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Free Throw Pct. (min. 80 made) 1. Jody Beerman (1985-86).................................... 0.905 2. Julie Miller (1995-96)........................................... 0.871 3. Julie Miller (1996-97)........................................... 0.863 4. Casey Manning (2004-05).................................. 0.857 5. Carla Sterk (1990-91)............................................ 0.838 6. Jody Beerman (1986-87).................................... 0.837 7. Ann Skufca (2004-05).......................................... 0.836 8. Candace Wilson (2006-07)................................. 0.830 9. Jody Beerman (1983-84).................................... 0.829 10. Jody Beerman (1984-85).................................... 0.828

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Rebounds 1. Julie Roberts (1979-80)...........................................449 2. Kaihla Szunko (2010-11)........................................343 3. Julie Roberts (1980-81)...........................................323 4. Kaihla Szunko (2008-09).........................................315 5. Vershaun Jones (2001-02)......................................291 6. Sue Nissen (1987-88)...............................................284 7. Kaihla Szunko (2009-10).........................................281 8. Gina Mazzolini (1976-77)........................................278 9. Denise Tower (1983-84)..........................................277 10. LaTanga Cox (1984-85)............................................274

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Rebounding Average 1. Julie Roberts (1979-80)..........................................16.6 2. Julie Roberts (1980-81)..........................................12.4 3. Julie Roberts (1978-79)..........................................11.6 4. Gina Mazzolini (1975-76).......................................11.5 5. Gina Mazzolini (1976-77).......................................11.1 6. Kaihla Szunko (2010-11)........................................11.1 7. Vershaun Jones (2001-02).....................................10.4 8. Kaihla Szunko (2009-10)..........................................9.9 9. LaTanga Cox (1984-85).............................................9.8 Sue Nissen (1987-88)................................................9.8 Nikki Thompkins (1993-94)....................................9.8 Kaihla Szunko (2008-09)..........................................9.8

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Assists 1. Suzy Merchant (1990-91).......................................156 Brandie Baker (2010-11)............................156 3. Suzy Merchant (1989-90).......................................143 4. Jody Beerman (1985-86)........................................126 5. Betsy Yonkman (1985-86)......................................118 6. Sylvia Odum (1983-84)............................................117 Jody Beerman (1984-85)........................................117 Jody Beerman (1986-87)........................................117 9. Kathy LaBarge (1983-84)........................................112 Julie Miller (1997-98)...............................................112

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Steals 1. Julie Roberts (1979-80)...........................................120 2. Sylvia Odum (1983-84)............................................104 3. Molly Piché (1987-88)................................................86 4. Kaihla Szunko (2009-10)...........................................81 5. Kaihla Szunko (2010-11)...........................................77 6. Julie Roberts (1980-81).............................................76 7. Sylvia Odum (1984-85)..............................................75 Latisha Luckett (2007-08).........................................75 9. Shawn Bannon (1991-92).........................................69 Crystal Bradford (2011-12)...........................69 Blocked Shots 1. Ann Skufca (2006-07)................................................62 2. Crystal Bradford (2011-12)...........................57 3. Ann Skufca (2005-06)................................................49 4. Denise Didley (1996-97)...........................................47 5. LaTanga Cox (1984-85)..............................................40 6. Carla Sterk (1991-92)..................................................39 7. Jas’Mine Bracey (2011-12).......................................36 8. LaTanga Cox (1983-84)..............................................35 9. Shelly Woods (1999-00)............................................32 10. Ann Skufca (2004-05)................................................31

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Scoring 1. Shonda Long vs. Buffalo, 3/9/11 ..............................40 2. Britni Houghton vs. EMU, 2/20/10 . .........................38 3. Sylvia Odum vs. Toledo, 2/20/85 ..............................36 Sue Nissen vs. Eastern Michigan, 3/5/88 . .............36 5. Sylvia Odum vs. Minnesota, 12/18/83 ...................34 Jody Beerman vs. Ohio, 2/25/87 ..............................34 7. Sue Nissen vs. Miami, 2/3/90 . ...................................33 Nikki Thompkins vs. Toledo, 3/8/94 ........................33 Angel Chan vs. Western Michigan, 1/17/09 .........33 10. Jodi Culbertson vs. Ball State, 2/25/00 . .................32 Jalisa Olive vs. N.C. A&T, 11/12/10 .................32 Most Field Goals 1 Sylvia Odum vs. Toledo, 2/20/85 ..............................16 Britni Houghton vs. EMU, 2/20/10 . .........................16 2 Tracy Creten vs. Lake Superior, 1/2/82 . .................15 Sue Nissen vs. EMU, 3/5/88 ........................................15 4 Sue Nissen vs. Indiana State, 12/9/89 ....................14 Sue Nissen vs. UIC, 11/24/90 .....................................14 6 Sylvia Odum vs. Minnesota, 12/18/83 ...................13 Sylvia Odum vs. NIU, 1/4/84 ......................................13 Mary Oswald vs. EMU, 1/25/89 .................................13 Nikki Thompkins vs. Akron, 1/22/94 . .....................13 10 11 Times (Crystal Bradford vs. NIU, 1/4/12) ...12 Field Goal Pct. (min. 8 made) 1 Mary Oswald vs. EMU, 1/25/89 ............ .929 (13-14) 2 Britni Houghton vs. Ball State .............. .909 (10-11) 3 Elaine Loch vs. EMU, 2/7/87 .................... .900 (9-10) 4 LaTanga Cox vs. EMU, 1/11/86 .................. .889 (8-9) Amy Welch vs. BGSU, 1/3/87 . .................... .889 (8-9) Nancy Melissa vs. Ohio, 1/28/87 .............. .889 (8-9) Nikki Thompkins vs. WMU, 2/29/92 ...........889 (8-9) Kaihla Szunko vs. EMU, 3/7/09 . ................ .889 (8-9)

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Steals 1 Kaihla Szunko vs. Ole Miss, 12/18/10 .....................10 2 Sylvia Odum vs. Ohio, 2/15/84 . ..................................9 Vershaun Jones vs. Wis.-Milwaukee,1/4/00 . ..........9 4 Sylvia Odum vs. NIU, 2/23/85 ......................................8 Molly Piché vs. Dayton, 1/13/88 . ...............................8 Latisha Luckett vs. Buffalo, 2/16/08 ..........................8 Latisha Luckett vs. Wis.-Milwaukee, 12/8/07 .........8 Jalisa Olive vs. North Carolina A&T, 11/12/10 . ......8 9 Sylvia Odum vs. NIU, 3/3/84 ........................................7 Elaine Loch vs. Bradley, 11/29/86 ..............................7 Molly Piché vs. Bradley, 1/11/88 . ...............................7 Sue Nissen vs. Dayton, 1/13/88 ..................................7 Casey Manning vs. Concordia, 11/21/03 . ...............7 Stacey Verhoff vs. WMU 1/12/08 ................................7 Kaihla Szunko vs. Quinnipiac, 12/29/09 ..................7

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Blocked Shots 1 Denise Didley vs. Chicago St., 12/18/96 ..................7 2 Jane Robinson vs. Michigan, 1/31/79 ......................6 Denise Didley vs. Dayton, 11/23/96 . ........................6 Denise Didley vs. Nebraska, 12/14/96 . ....................6 Ann Skufca vs. WMU, 1/3/07 . ......................................6 6 Sue Nissen vs. San Jose State, 12/29/88 ..................5 Mary Oswald vs. BGSU, 1/28/89 .................................5 Wendy Merriman vs. BSU, 2/23/91 . ..........................5 Rachel Verhey vs. BSU, 2/12/97 ..................................5 Ann Skufca vs. Kent State, 2/7/04 ..............................5 Ann Skufca vs. Toledo, 2/25/06 . .................................5 Crystal Bradofrd vs. WMU, 1/11/12...................5

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Rebounds 1 Gina Mazzolini vs. Wayne St., 2/26/75 . ..................24 Julie Roberts vs. Oakland, 12/8/79 ..........................24 Julie Roberts vs. Wis.-Green Bay, 12/29/79 . .........24 4 Kaihla Szunko vs. Bowling Green, 3/11/11 ...........19 Amy Backus vs. WMU, 2/23/79 . ................................19 LaTanga Cox vs. KSU, 1/30/85 ...................................19

Assists 1 Brandie Baker vs. N.C. A&T, 11/12/10 ............12 2 Kathy LaBarge vs. Minn., 12/18/83 ..........................11 Suzy Merchant vs. BSU, 1/26/91 . .............................11 Julie Miller vs. EMU, 2/21/98 . ....................................11 Molli Munz vs. G. Wash.,11/26/99 ............................11 Molli Munz vs. Long Island, 12/21/01 . ...................11 Priscilla Poole vs. Tri-State, 11/19/04 ......................11 8 Susie Brown vs. EMU, 3/2/78 .....................................10 Linda Nash vs. MSU, 1/19/82 .....................................10 Jody Beerman vs. Purdue, 12/10/83 .......................10 Sylvia Odum vs. NIU, 1/27/85 ....................................10 Jody Beerman vs. NIU, 1/18/86 . ...............................10 Suzy Merchant vs. BSU, 1/3/90 .................................10 Suzy Merchant vs. Miami, 1/6/90 . ...........................10 Suzy Merchant vs. BGSU, 1/26/91 . ..........................10 Eve Claar vs. UT, 2/2/94 . ..............................................10 Julie Miller vs. BSU, 1/17/96 .......................................10 Julie Miller vs. Marshall, 2/7/98 . ...............................10 Brandie Baker vs. Kent State, 2/4/09 . ............10

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Free Throws 1 Britni Houghton vs. Louisville, 12/2/09 .................16 2 Taylor Johnson vs. Illinois State, 3/17/11 ......15 3 Nancy Melissa vs. American, 12/6/86 . ...................14 Molly Piché vs. EMU, 1/6/88 . .....................................14 Britni Houghton vs. Loyola, 12/18/08 ....................14 6 Shirley Joiner vs. EMU, 1/11/86 ................................13 Jody Beerman vs. Miami, 2/11/87 ...........................13 8 Julie Roberts vs. Wayne State, 2/28/80 ..................12 Julie Roberts vs. Ohio, 2/7/81 . ..................................12 Jody Beerman vs. Ohio, 2/25/87 ..............................12 Sue Nissen vs. California, 1/1/89 ..............................12 Julie Miller vs. BSU, 1/17/96 .......................................12 Julie Miller vs. Tenn. State, 12/19/96 . .....................12 Perfect Free Throw Games (min. 10 att.) 1 Nancy Melissa vs. American, 12/6/86 . ............ 14-14 2 Julie Miller vs. Tenn. State, 12/19/96 . .............. 12-12 3 Jody Beerman vs. Miami, 1/29/86 .................... 10-10 Jody Beerman vs. Miami, 2/26/86 .................... 10-10 Sue Nissen vs. Ohio, 1/21/89 .............................. 10-10 Kerry Nora vs. Kent, 2/26/97 ............................... 10-10 Tracy Renken vs. Toledo, 1/18/97 . .................... 10-10 Sally Sedlar vs. Butler, 12/27/90 ........................ 10-10 Heidi Warczinsky vs. Illinois, 11/18/09 ............ 10-10 Laura Baker vs. UAB, 12/14/09 ........................... 10-10

Nancy Melissa vs. Bradley, 11/29/86 . .....................19 Vershaun Jones vs. Ball State, 1/8/00 .....................19 Vershaun Jones vs. Niagara, 12/2/01 . ....................19 Nancy Melissa vs. WMU, 3/6/87 . ..............................18 Sue Nissen vs. Georgia State, 12/20/89 .................18 Tracy Renken vs. Northeastern Ill., 12/29/94 .......18 Kaihla Szunko vs. WMU, 1/17/09 . ............................18 Kaihla Szunko vs. BGSU, 2/10/10 .............................18

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Three-Point Field Goal Pct. (min. 4 made) 1 Sally Sedlar vs. UT, 1/21/98 ....................... 1.000 (5-5) 2 Stacey Verhoff vs. Cincinnati, 12/7/07 . .. .875 (7-8) 3 Eve Claar vs. BSU, 1/18/95 .......................... .857 (6-7) 4 Ann Skufca vs. SVSU, 11/13/06 ................. .833 (5-6) Rachel Mauk vs. KSU, 1/27/10 ................... .833 (5-6) Heidi Warczinsky vs. Quinnipiac, 12/29/09 . .833 (5-6) 5 Carrie Isanhart vs. EMU, 1/16/91 .............. .800 (4-5) Sue Nissen vs. BGSU, 3/7/91 ...................... .800 (4-5) Lindsay Mecoli vs. Detroit, 12/14/02 ...... .800 (4-5) 8 Molli Munz vs. WMU, 2/19/02 ................... .778 (7-9) Angel Chan vs. WMU, 1/17/09 .................. .778 (7-9) 10 Desiree Eidson vs. Siena Hts,, 11/22/02 . .750 (6-8)

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Most Three-Point Field Goals 1 Jodi Culbertson vs. Ball State, 2/25/00 . ...................9 2 Tracy Renken vs. Iowa State, 12/29/95 ....................7 Molli Munz vs. Western Michigan, 2/19/02 ............7 Stacey Verhoff vs. Cincinnati, 12/17/08 ...................7 Angel Chan vs. Western Michigan, 1/17/09 ...........7 Angel Chan vs. Eastern Michigan, 3/7/09 ...............7 Shonda Long vs. Kent State, 2/4/09 . ........................7 Shonda Long vs. DePaul, 11/13/09 ...........................7 Shonda Long vs. Northern Illinois, 2/14/10 ...........7 Shonda Long vs. Buffalo, 3/9/11 ................................7 10 10 times (Taylor Johnson vs. NIU, 2/22/12) .....6

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Points 1. 2,560......................................2011-12 (36 games) 2. 2,505......................................2008-09 (32 games) 3. 2,494......................................2010-11 (31 games) 4. 2,483......................................1983-84 (30 games) 5. 2,248......................................1985-86 (29 games) Scoring Average 1. 82.8........................................1983-84 (30 games) 2. 80.5........................................2010-11 (31 games) 3. 78.3........................................2008-09 (32 games) 4. 77.5........................................1985-86 (29 games) 5. 75.7........................................1986-87 (28 games) Opponenting Scoring Average 1. 56.9........................................2005-06 (28 games) 2. 60.8........................................2002-03 (28 games) 3. 63............................................1992-93 (27 games) 4. 64............................................2004-05 (28 games) 5. 65.4........................................1983-84 (30 games) Rebounds 1. 1,566......................................2011-12 (36 games) 2. 1,518......................................1979-80 (27 games) 3. 1,277......................................2010-11 (31 games) 4. 1,270......................................1980-81 (26 games) 5. 1,235......................................1976-77 (26 games) Rebounding Average 1. 56.2........................................1979-80 (27 games) 2. 50.9........................................1975-76 (23 games) 3. 48.8........................................1980-81 (26 games) 4. 46.0........................................1977-78 (21 games) 5. 43.5.......................................2011-12 (36 games) Made Field Goals (Attempted) 1. 976 (1,947)...........................1983-84 (30 games) 2. 945 (2,426)...........................2011-12 (36 games) 3. 879 (1,897)...........................1982-83 (30 games) 4. 874 (2,111)...........................2008-09 (32 games) 5. 864 (2,085)...........................2010-11 (31 games) Field Goal Percentage 1. .501 (976-1,947).................1983-84 (30 games) 2. .493 (851-1,727).................1985-86 (29 games) 3. .463 (879-1,897).................1982-83 (30 games) 4. .456 (792-1,736).................1984-85 (29 games) 5. .455 (812-1,785).................1986-87 (28 games) Made Three-Point Field Goals 1. 255 (785)..............................2008-09 (32 games) 2. 241 (693)..............................2010-11 (31 games) 3. 222 (708)..............................2009-10 (30 games) 4. 220 (709)..............................2011-12 (36 games) 5. 189 (552)..............................2007-08 (29 games)

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage 1. .361 (99-274).......................1993-94 (27 games) 2. .348 (241-693)....................2010-11 (31 games) 3. .342 (189-552)....................2007-08 (29 games) 4. .342 (178-520)....................2002-03 (28 games) 5. .342 (168-491)....................1999-00 (28 games) Made Free Throws 1. 546 (720)..............................1985-86 (29 games) 2. 531 (755)..............................1983-84 (30 games) 3. 525 (723)..............................2010-11 (31 games) 4. 502 (720)..............................2008-09 (32 games) 5. 492 (703)..............................1991-92 (28 games) Free Throw Percentage 1. .758 (546-720)....................1985-86 (29 games) 2. .752 (328-436)....................2001-02 (28 games) 3. .745 (433-581)....................2006-07 (30 games) 4. .742 (463-624)....................2009-10 (30 games) 5. .740 (487-658)....................1986-87 (28 games) Assists 1. 554.........................................1985-86 (29 games) 2. 514.........................................1983-84 (30 games) 3. 505.........................................1984-85 (29 games) 4. 467.........................................2011-12 (36 games) 5. 465.........................................1988-89 (29 games) Steals 1. 410.........................................2011-12 (36 games) 2. 389.........................................1982-83 (30 games) 3. 366.........................................2008-09 (32 games) 4. 365.........................................1983-84 (30 games) 5. 347.........................................1979-80 (27 games) Blocked Shots 1. 144 ........................................2011-12 (36 games) 2. 124 ........................................2006-07 (30 games) 3. 119 ........................................1996-97 (27 games) 4. 105 ........................................2005-06 (28 games) 5. 95 . .........................................1979-80 (27 games) Miscellaneous Most Wins......................................................... 27, 1983-84 Most Home Wins............................................ 14, 1983-84 Home win streak..........................18, 1982-83, 1983-84 Most Road Wins............................................. 12, 1983-84 Consecutive Road Wins............................... 12, 1983-84 Consecutive Wins.......................................... 26, 1983-84 Fewest Losses....................................................3, 1983-84 Winning Percentage......................900 (27-3), 1983-84 Fewest Wins........................................................4, 2000-01 Most Losses..................................................... 24, 2000-01 Field Goal Attempts................................. 2426, 2011-12 3-pt Field Goal Attempts..........................785, 2008-09 Free Throw Attempts..................................755, 1983-84

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Made Three-Pointers 1 vs. Southeast Missouri, 12/18/11...............................15 2 vs. Kent State, 2/4/09.....................................................14 3 vs. Ball State, 2/25/00.....................................................13 vs. Ole Miss, 1/3/08.........................................................13 vs. Buffalo, 2/16/08.........................................................13 vs. Dayton, 11/29/09......................................................13 vs. North Carolina A&T, 11/12/10#............................13 vs. Coastal Carolina, 12/3/10#.....................................13 vs. Buffalo, 1/26/11.........................................................13

Miscellaneous Points, Home.................................... 116 vs. Tri-State, 11/19/04 Points, Road................ 119 vs. North Carolina A&T, 11/12/10 Points, Half................................68 vs. Northern Illinois, 3/7/84 Margin of Victory...........................75 vs. Concordia, 11/21/03 Margin of Defeat................................63 vs. Michigan, 12/4/98 Fewest Points Allowed....................21 vs. Michigan, 2/10/73 Fewest Points Scored.............25 vs. Eastern Michigan, 1975 Fewest Points, Home.............31 vs. Michigan State, 2/27/94 Fewest Points, Road................25 vs. Eastern Michigan, 1975 Fewest Combined Points...........60 (EMU 35, CMU 25), 1975 Field Goal Attempts........................ 92 vs. Kent State, 2/28/87 Field Goal Pct. (half).................... .788 (26-33) vs. NIU, 3/7/84 Three-Point FG Attempts................... 38 vs. Loyola, 11/21/09 Free Throw Attempts.............................. 49 vs. Miami, 1/30/10 Home Attendance..............5,195 vs. Georgetown, 11/25/09

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Three-Point Field Goal Pct. 1 vs. Ball State, 1/18/95..................................... .857 (6-7) 2 vs. Western Michigan, 2/19/02.............. .688 (11-16) 3 vs. Saint Louis, 11/15/97............................... .667 (4-6) vs. Buffalo, 2/12/05......................................... .667 (4-6) 5 vs. Toledo, 1/21/98....................................... .636 (7-11)

Blocked Shots 1 vs. Dayton, 11/23/96......................................................11 vs. Kent, 3/4/97.................................................................11 vs. Western Michigan, 1/3/07......................................11 vs. Miami, 3/8/12.............................................................11 3 vs. Michigan State, 1/19/82............................................ 9 vs. Eastern Michigan, 1/15/92....................................... 9 5 vs. Chicago State, 12/18/96........................................... 8 vs. Ohio, 3/4/07.................................................................. 8

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Rebounding 1 vs. Ferris State, 2/12/78.................................................77 2 vs. Western Illinois, 1977...............................................76 vs. Lake Superior State, 1/22/80.................................76 4 vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay, 12/29/79...........................72 5 vs. Chicago State, 11/23/90.........................................61 vs. Tri-State, 11/19/04.....................................................61 vs. Ole Miss, 12/14/11....................................................61

Steals 1 vs. Calvin, 1/27/76...........................................................26 2 vs. Concordia, 11/21/03................................................24 3 vs. Dayton, 1/13/88.........................................................22 4 vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee..............................................21 5 vs. Ball State, 2/8/84........................................................20 vs. Bradley, 1/11/88.........................................................20 vs. North Carolina A&T, 11/12/10#............................20

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Field Goal Percentage 1 vs. Northern Illinois, 3/7/84........................656 (42-64) 2 vs. Tri-State, 11/19/04...................................650 (52-80) 3 vs. Toledo, 2/12/86........................................647 (33-51) 4 vs. SW Missouri St., 11/26/88.....................614 (43-70) 5 vs. Western Michigan, 1/22/83.................607 (34-56)

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Made Field Goals 1 vs. Tri-State, 11/19/03.....................................................52 2 vs. North Carolina A&T, 11/12/10#............................46 3 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 11/28/86...................................45 4 vs. Calvin, 1/27/76...........................................................44 5 vs. Southwest Missouri, 11/26/88..............................43

Made Free Throws 1 vs. Miami, 1/30/10...........................................................39 2 vs. Eastern Michigan, 1/30/80.....................................36 vs. Ohio, 1/4/86................................................................36 vs. Eastern Michigan, 1/6/88.......................................36 5 vs. Tennessee State, 12/19/96.....................................35 Free Throw Pct. (min. 10 made) 1 vs. Detroit, 12/20/04..................................1.000 (11-11) 2 vs. Eastern Michigan, 2/2/82.....................950 (19-20) vs. Ohio, 3/8/86..............................................950 (19-20) 4 vs. Toledo, 1/18/05........................................938 (15-16) 5 vs. Ball State, 2/27/08...................................933 (14-15) Assists 1 vs. Northern Illinois, 2/15/86.......................................35 vs. Tri-State, 11/19/04.....................................................35 3 vs. North Carolina A&T, 11/12/10#............................31 4 vs. Youngstown State, 12/15/85.................................28 vs. Northern Illinois, 1/27/85.......................................28 vs. Toledo, 2/20/85..........................................................28 vs. Kent, 1/22/86..............................................................28 vs. Ball State, 1/25/92.....................................................28

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100 Point Games 1 vs. North Carolina A&T, 11/12/10#......................... 119 2 vs. Tri-State, 11/19/03.................................................. 116 3 vs. Eastern Michigan, 2/20/10.................................. 113 4 vs. Concordia, 11/21/03............................................. 111 5 vs. Kent State, 2/4/09.................................................. 109 6 vs. Northern Illinois, 3/5/84#.................................... 106 7 vs. Texas Southern, 11/23/84#................................. 104 8 at Kent State, 1/16/88................................................. 103 9 vs. Belmont, 11/14/10 #............................................. 102 10 vs. Northern Illinois, 2/15/86.................................... 101 11 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 11/28/86#............................. 101 12 vs. Miami, 2/2/2011..................................................... 100 13 vs. Calvin, 1975.............................................................. 100 14 vs. Southeast Missouri, 12/18/11#......................... 100 #- Neutral Site

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Points

Year 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 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name Gina Mazzolini Gina Mazzolini Gina Mazzolini Julie Roberts Julie Roberts Tracy Creten Tracy Creten Lisa Zodtner Sylvia Odum Betsy Yonkman Betsy Yonkman Jody Beerman Sue Nissen Sue Nissen Sue Nissen Carla Sterk Nikki Thompkins Carla Sterk Nikki Thompkins Tracy Renken Tracy Renken Tracy Renken Shelly Woods Joni Daniels Shelly Woods Beth Kindel Desiree Eidson Desiree Eidson Casey Manning Casey Manning Chasidy Myers Ann Skufca Britni Houghton Britni Houghton Shonda Long Shonda Long Crystal Bradford

Year 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

Name Gina Mazzolini Gina Mazzolini Gina Mazzolini Julie Roberts Julie Roberts Julie Roberts Tracy Creten Latanga Cox

Rebounds

Pts. 242 328 280 221 370 358 403 263 501 441 457 582 507 494 465 473 311 409 471 404 262 434 306 387 388 291 384 350 280 289 303 355 380 533 448 510 455

Avg. 10.5 12.6 13.3 13.0 13.7 13.8 13.9 8.8 16.7 16.3 16.3 20.8 17.5 17.0 17.2 16.3 13.0 15.2 17.4 15.0 10.9 16.1 11.3 14.3 13.9 11.2 13.7 12.5 10.0 10.3 10.8 11.8 13.1 16.7 14.9 16.5 14.2

Rbs. 265 278 196 185 449 323 265 263

Avg. 11.5 11.1 10.9 11.6 16.6 12.4 9.1 8.8

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Denise Tower LaTanga Cox LaTanga Cox Nancy Melissa Sue Nissen Sue Nissen Sue Nissen Carla Sterk Carla Sterk Carla Sterk Nikki Thompkins Tracy Renken Sharlonda Evans Tracy Renken Ebony Rainge Rory Wendt Vershaun Jones Vershaun Jones Vershaun Jones Desiree Eidson Casey Manning Sharonda Hurd Sharonda Hurd Sharonda Hurd Latisha Luckett Kaihla Szunko Kaihla Szunko Kaihla Szunko Cyrstal Bradford

Year 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

Name Aimee Belanger Susie Brown Not Available Susie Brown Linda Nash Linda Nash Linda Nash Lisa Zodtner Sylvia Odum Jody Beerman Jody Beerman Jody Beerman Molly Piche Suzy Merchant Suzy Merchant Suzy Merchant Carlotta Craven & Shawn Bannon Carrie Isanhart

Assists

277 274 253 241 284 239 249 218 259 245 265 194 152 174 184 182 258 192 291 173 163 148 162 186 203 315 281 343 269

9.2 9.8 8.7 8.9 9.8 8.2 9.2 7.5 9.3 9.1 9.8 7.2 5.8 6.4 6.8 6.7 9.2 6.9 10.4 6.2 5.8 5.7 5.8 6.2 7.0 9.8 9.4 11.1 8.4

Ast. 41 36 -- 53 76 92 92 81 117 117 126 117 110 107 143 156

Avg. 3.5 2.7 3.9 4.0 4.3 4.0 3.8 3.7 5.1 5.2

92 86

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Year-by-Year Statistics Kaihla Szunko Kaihla Szunko Crystal Bradford

Year 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name Blk. Patty Weidman 15 Patty Weidman 15 Latanga Cox 35 Latanga Cox 40 Latanga Cox 13 Elaine Loch 5 Sue Nissen 4 Molly Oswald 28 Carla Sterk 14 Wendy Merriman 24 Carla Sterk 39 Carla Sterk 29 Nikki Thompkins 21 Ebony Rainge 29 Denise Didley 27 Denise Didley 47 Rachel Verhey 14 Sally Sedlar and Shelly Wood 14 Shelly Wood 32 Alicia Rozak 9 Kendra Martin & Vershaun Jones 14 Lindsay Mecoli 10 Ann Skufca 18 Ann Skufca 31 Ann Skufca 49 Ann Skufca 62 Latisha Luckett 11 Kaihla Szunko 27 Kaihla Szunko 22 Kaihla Szunko 25 Crystal Bradford 57

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Avg. 1.4 2.2 3.5 2.6 1.9 2.3 3.0 1.6 1.6 1.5 2.5 1.7 2.3 1.2 2.8 1.6 1.7 1.4 1.6 1.5 2.1 2.0 1.5 1.9 2.3 1.8 2.5 1.9

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Name St. Tracy Creten 41 Sylvia Odum 73 Sylvia Odum 104 Sylvia Odum 75 Betsy Yonkman 55 Jody Beerman 65 Molly Piche 86 Sue Nissen 42 Sue Nissen 42 Shawn Bannon 42 Shawn Bannon 69 Carrie Isanhart 45 Nikki Thompkins 61 Tracy Renken 33 Julie Miller 44 Kerry Nora 44 Julie Miller 47 Vershaun Jones 39 Vershaun Jones 46 Vershaun Jones 42 Vershaun Jones 59 Erin Kuhl 55 Casey Manning 42 Casey Manning 55 Casey Manning 64 Sharonda Hurd 53 Latisha Luckett 75 Latisha Luckett 63

4.0 2.9 2.6 3.6 4.1 4.1 3.4 2.2 3.0 3.2 3.0 3.2 3.3 2.9 2.7 3.3 2.8 5.0 2.8

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Year 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Steals

107 77 65 97 112 110 96 62 83 86 84 90 91 88 77 102 84 156 96

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Eve Claar Eve Claar Darcey Rasch Julie Miller Julie Miller Sally Sedlar Jody Culbertson Molli Munz Molli Munz Erin Kuhl Erin Kuhl Casey Manning Casey Manning Candace Wilson Angel Chan Brandie Baker Britni Houghton Brandie Baker Jessica Green

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1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

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Year 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Year 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

Field Goal Percentage Name Denise Tower Terri McFarland Latanga Cox Betsy Yonkman Jody Beerman Jody Beerman Sue Nissen Molly Oswald Molly Oswald Carla Sterk Carla Sterk Nikki Thompkins Nikki Thompkins Tara Walsh Julie Miller Ebony Rainge Joni Daniels Rory Wendt Jodi Culbertson Vershaun Jones Vershaun Jones Casey Manning Mandy Elwer Stacey Verhoff Chasidy Myers Britni Houghton Britni Houghton Kaihla Szunko Kaihla Szunko Kaihla Szunko Jas’Mine Bracey

FG% .470 .470 .573 .521 .591 .501 .540 .568 .531 .524 .512 .554 .545 .474 .493 .487 .557 .543 .406 .435 .456 .439 .519 .486 .536 .457 .477 .559 .560 .556 .470

FGM-FGA 118-251 127-251 150-262 189-363 149-252 200-399 202-374 117-206 69-130 175-323 146-285 143-258 187-343 74-156 70-142 76-156 122-219 82-151 108-266 83-191 118-259 54-123 67-129 54-111 128-239 91-199 143-300 133-238 150-268 195-351 142-302

Free Throw Percentage Name Terri McFarland Terri McFarland Jody Beerman Jody Beerman Jody Beerman Jody Beerman Sue Nissen Sue Nissen Sue Nissen Carla Stark Carrie Isanhart Carla Sterk Eve Claar Julie Miller

FT% .770 .754 .829 .828 .905 .837 .824 .810, .747 .838 .784 .752 .750 .756

FTM-FTA 57-74 95-126 102-123 82-99 133-147 174-208 103-125 149-184 106-142 119-142 87-111 82-109 39-52 34-45

1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Julie Miller .871 Julie Miller .863 Julie Miller .740 Joni Daniels .756 Shelly Woods .824 Beth Kindel .781 Kendra Martin .802 Laurie Henderson .774 Casey Manning .745 Casey Manning .857 Chasidy Myers .796 Ann Skufca .871 Angel Chan .823 Angel Chan .833 Heidi Warczinski .833 Taylor Johnson .828 Niki DiGuilio .843

61-70 82-95 77-140 59-78 56-68 75-96 77-96 48-62 82-110 72-84 47-59 61-70 65-79 55-66 65-78 77-93 43-51

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Year 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name Jody Beerman Suzy Merchant Sue Nissen Suzy Merchant Carrie Isanhart Carrie Isanhart Eve Claar Eve Claar Eve Claar Julie Miller Tracy Renken Sally Sedlar Sally Sedlar Molli Munz Alicia Rozak Molli Munz Erin Kuhl Erin Kuhl Lindy Hatfield Erin Kuhl Ann Skufca Stacy Verhoff Angel Chan Heidi Warczinski Niki DiGuilio Taylor Johnson

3FG% .348 .375 .440 .372 .366 .338 .333 .415 .271 .375 .345 .434 .33 .405 .276 .346 .421 .345 .368 .355 .417 .407 .359 .386 .404 .400

3FGM-3FGA 8-23 6-16 11-25 32-98 41-112 45-133 17-51 39-94 36-133 6-16 20-58 33-76 38-115 64-185 29-105 45-130 48-114 29-84 39-106 22-62 30-72 33-81 92-256 22-57 69-171 40-100

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13 Jessica Schroll F • Sr. • 5-11 Midland, Mich.

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3 Jessica Green

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15 Chelsea Lynn F • Fr. • 6-0 Detroit, Mich.

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Niki DiGuilio

Kylie Welch

G • Jr. • 5-4 Grand Blanc, Mich.

5 Jalisa Olive G • Sr. • 5-4 Chicago, Ill.

20 Jewel Cotton

G • So. • 5-10 Petoskey, Mich.

22 Lauren Bellamy

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12 Kerby Tamm

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23 Crystal Bradford G • So. • 6-0 Detroit, Mich.

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Jordan LaDuke G • Jr. • 5-8 F • Jr. • 5-11 Mount Vernon, Ohio Flushing, Mich.

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Brandie Baker

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Sue Guevara

Raina Harmon

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Heather Oesterle

F • So. • 6-2 Saginaw, Mich.

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G • Sr. • 6-0 Flint, Mich.

Assistant Coach First Season

F • Jr. • 5-11 Belding, Mich.

Director of Operations Second Season


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Opponent at Bradley at Northwestern at Green Bay South Dakota State Notre Dame at Purdue Green Bay Robert Morris vs. St. Joseph’s# vs. Florida or Savanah State# at San Diego% vs. Texas or Iowa% Marquette at Toledo* Eastern Michigan* Western Michigan* Northern Illinois* at Ohio* Akron* Kent State* at Bowling Green* at Ball State* Buffalo* at Miami* at Western Michigan* Toledo* Ball State* at Northern Illinois* at Eastern Michigan* MAC Tournament

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