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2013-14 King’s College Women’s Basketball

Lady Monarch Media Guide


2013-14 LADY MONARCH BASKETBALL Table of Contents:

King's Quick Facts............................................................................Inside Front Cover 2013-14 Lady Monarch Schedule.................................................................................1 About King’s College....................................................................................................2 Director of Athletics Cheryl Ish Profile.........................................................................3 Head Women's Basketball Brian Donoghue Profile......................................................4 Assistant Coaches Profiles.............................................................................................5 King’s Athletic Facilities............................................................................................6-7 Meet the Lady Monarchs...............................................................................................8 2013-14 Women's Basketball Season Preview.............................................................9 Women's Basketball Player Profiles......................................................................11-17 2012-13 Women's Basketball Statistics and Results....................................................18 Middle Atlantic Conferences Profile / 2010-11 MAC Standings................................19 2012-13 MAC Freedom Conference All-Star Teams..................................................19 Mary Beth Bowler Award Winner Katlin Micheals......................................................21 Year-By-Year Records/Women's Basketball Records.............................................22-25 2013-14 Lady Monarch Team Photo............................................................Back Cover

KING’S COLLEGE QUICK FACTS:

Location....................................................................................Wilkes-Barre, PA Year Founded................................................................................................1946 Enrollment....................................................................................1,700 Full-time President.......................................................Reverend Jack Ryan, C.S.C., Ph.D. Vice President for Student Affairs.........................................Janet Mercincavage Director of Athletics.........................................................................Cheryl J. Ish Athletic Office..............................................................................(570) 208-5855 Affiliation...............................................................................NCAA Division III Conference.........................Middle Atlantic Conferences (Freedom Conference) School Colors.................................................................................Red and Gold Nickname.....................................................................................Lady Monarchs Home Court.......................................................................Scandlon Gymnasium Capacity.......................................................................................................2,550 Head Women's Basketball Coach........................Brian Donoghue, Drexel, 1994 Office Phone: (570) 208-5900, ext. 5432 Sports Information Director......................Bob Ziadie (robertziadie@kings.edu) Office Phone: (570) 208-5934 / Fax: (570) 208-5937 Home Phone: (570) 498-2452 Athletic Trainer.............................................................................Ryanne Ziobro Office of Admissions.....................................(570) 208-5858 or 1-800-955-5777

www.kings.edu / www.kingscollegeathletics.com

Credits: King's 2013-14 Basketball Media Guide designed by Bob Ziadie and Craig Butler. On the Cover: Junior forward Marissa Manning. Cover Photo By: Frank Lauri. Head Shots and Team Photo by: Mike Touey. Inside Action Photos by: Frank Lauri.


2013-14 King’s College

Women’s Basketball Schedule November 15 Fri. Jim Crawley Tip-Off @Frostburg St. Away vs Frostburg State 16 Sat. Jim Crawley Tip-Off @Frostburg St. Away vs William Paterson or Gettysburg 19 Tues. Lycoming College Away 21 Thur. Neumann University Home 23 Sat. University of Scranton Home December 2 Mon. PSU-Wilkes-Barre Home 4 Wed. Delaware Valley College* Away 7 Sat. FDU-Florham* Home 30 Fri. U.S. Capital Holiday Tourney @Catholic Away vs Catholic 31 Sat. U.S. Capital Holiday Tourney @Catholic Away vs Clarkor Regis

6:00 p.m. TBA 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. TBA

January 4 Sat. 6 Mon. 8 Wed. 15 Wed. 18 Sat. 22 Wed. 25 Sat. 29 Wed.

Gwynedd-Mercy College Away Marywood University Home Susquehanna University Away DeSales University* Away Eastern University* Home Wilkes University* Home Manhattanville College* Away Misericordia University* Home

2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

February 1 Sat. 5 Wed. 8 Sat. 12 Wed. 15 Sat. 18 Wed. 22 Sat. 26 Wed.

DeSales University* Home Eastern University* Away FDU-Florham* Away Delaware Valley College* Home Manhattanville College* Home Misericordia University* Away Wilkes University* Away Freedom Conference Semi-Finals TBA (Must Qualify)

1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. TBA

March 1 Sat. Freedom Conference Finals (Must Qualify) *Freedom Conference game 1.

TBA

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ABOUT KING’S COLLEGE King's College is an independent, four-year, coeducational Catholic college with more than 1,700 full-time and 600 part-time students. Founded by the Holy Cross Fathers from the University of Notre Dame in 1946, King's prepares students for a purposeful life with an education that integrates the human values inherent in a broadly-based curriculum. King's was recognized as one of America's Best Colleges by U.S. News & World Report, Barron's Best Buys in College Education, and the John Templeton Foundation Honor Roll for Character-Building Colleges, among others. Its most prestigious recognition is as one of only 16 institutions nationwide to participate in the Greater Expectations Initiative that will influence the curriculum development of schools nationwide. A new, innovative four-year program of career development across the curriculum unites professional and faculty counselors to an intense advisement process. The result is a 99% job or graduate school placement within six months of graduation. The college has a 14:1 student:faculty ratio. King's offers bachelor's degrees in 35 major programs; a graduate school with a five-year master's physician assistant program; master's in education with a concentration in reading, and graduate courses in health care administration, accounting, and finance; in business, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences and awards Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Master of Science degrees. King's 15-acre campus is located in a residential area near downtown Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, a medium-size city of more than 50,000 on the banks of the Susquehanna River near the Pocono Mountains. King's recently announced a five-year cooperative Engineering dual-degree with Notre Dame beginning in 2013-14. Students would study their first three years at King's before completing the final two years at Notre Dame.

MAJOR PROGRAMS THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Humanities and Social Sciences: Computers & Information Systems, Criminal Justice, Economics, English Literature, English Writing, Environmental Studies, French, History, Mass Communications, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Theatre, and Theology.

Sciences: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering (3+2 with Univ. of Notre Dame), Environmental Science, General Science, Mathematics, and Neuroscience.

Education: Preschool-Grade 4 (Special Education included), Secondary Certification, and Special Education.

Allied Health: Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology, Athletic Training Education (Sports Medicine) and Physician Assistant (5-year Master's program).

Pre-Professional Programs:

Pre-Chiropractic, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Law, Pre-Medical, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Pharmacy, and Pre-Veterinary.

Special Concentrations:

Chemistry of Materials, Ethics, Forensic Studies, Geography, Latin American Studies, Molecular Biology, Physics, Political Economy, Statistics, and Women's Studies.

THE WILLIAM G. McGOWAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Accounting, Finance, Health Care Administration (5-year Master's Program), Human Resources Management, International Business, Management and Marketing. *Cooperatvie program with another college

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CHERYL J. ISH

Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Cheryl Ish enters her 20th year at King's and her ninth as director of intercollegiate athletics in 2013-14. Ish, who heads King's 19-sport program, served as King's assistant director of athletics for 10 years prior to being promoted to director of athletics in 2004-05. Ish arrived at King's in 1994 to assume the position of assistant director of athletics/head field hockey coach just two years after the program was introduced as a varsity sport at the college and a year after gaining MAC status. During this time, Ish has posted a 219-159 mark and was named Freedom Conference "Coach of the Year" in 1996, 2005 and 2012. She led King's to the Freedom Conference championship in 2006 and 2007 as well as second place finishes in 2003, 2005, 2009, 2010 and 2012. In 2006, she led King's to a program-best 19-4 record as the Lady Monarchs won the conference championship and earned a berth in the NCAA Division III National Tournament. The 2007 team went 15-5 and won a second straight conference title and anther national tournament berth. The Lady Monarchs have won at least 10 games every year since 1999. During her time at King's, Ish has coached 79 players who have earned MAC Freedom Conference all-star status and 11 National Field Hockey Coaches Association Regional All-Americans. Her teams have also been known for their academic excellence as 126 of her players have been named to the MAC All-Academic Team. Ish was a three-time NCAA Division III All-American during her playing career at Salisbury State University where she guided the team to four consecutive national tournament appearances. In 1988, she led Salisbury to a 16-3-3 record and a third-place in the national tournament, while advancing to the quarterfinal round in each of her final three seasons.  Ish, who was named most valuable player of the Eastern States Athletic Conference in 1989, concluded her collegiate career ranked second among Salisbury's all-time leaders in both goals scored (60) and total points (131). Ish also stands second with five goals scored in a single game. She was additionally honored as a Hanes NCAA "Woman of the Year" nominee in 1992. An outstanding all-around athlete, Ish was also a four-year letter winner in both track and field and lacrosse. She earned her bachelor of arts degree from Salisbury in 1992. Ish came to King's following two years at Smith College where she earned her master's degree in exercise and sports studies, while serving as an assistant coach. In 1993, she helped Smith to a 15-3 record and a second-place finish in the NCAA Division III national tournament. A native of Hamburg, NJ, Ish is a graduate of Walkill Valley High School, where she earned New Jersey Group 2 All-State field hockey honors as a senior. She is currently finishing her doctorate degree at Marywood University. 3.


Brian Donoghue

Head Women’s Basketball Coach On August 30, 2005, Brian Donoghue was introduced as the new head women's basketball coach at King's College. In the process, he became just the fifth coach in King's women's basketball history since the program began in 1974-75. Donoghue came to King's after serving three seasons as the lead assistant coach at Division II East Stroudsburg University. In his first seven seasons at King's he has guided the Lady Monarchs to a 112-78 record and six Freedom Conference Tournament berths, including second-place finishes in 2006-07, 2008-09, 2011-12 & 2012-13. In his eight years at King's, Donoghue has produced 15 players who have been named to the All-Freedom Conference squad, as well as one All-American. The 2011-12 season was the Lady Monarchs best season under Donoghue battling to a 24-6 record, a second-place finish in the Freedom Conference and an at-large bid into the NCAA tournament. King's hosted the opening two rounds and earned a 56-42 win over SUNY-Oneonta. The Lady Monarchs then upset No. 8 William Paterson to advance to the "Sweet 16". Donoghue was named the Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year for his efforts. Donoghue graduated from Drexel University in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering. Upon graduation, he was employed as a civil engineer where he designed highways for two firms that were contracted through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (Penn DOT). While attending Drexel, Donoghue served as an assistant boy's coach at his alma-mater, Haverford High School, before moving to the assistant boy's coach at Interboro High School from 1994-95. In July of 1995, a 22-year old Donoghue received his first head coaching opportunity when he took over a struggling program at Penn State Delaware County. As a part-time head coach he would slowly build up the program and eventually led the team to four straight Commonwealth Campus Athletic Conference playoff berths from the 1998-99 season through 2001-02. Donoghue guided his 1998-99 team to an 18-5 record and the CCAC championship while earning conference "Coach of the Year" honors. The following year, the team finished 17-6 and was second in the CCAC Tournament. In his final two years, the team suffered through an injury-riddled 8-13 mark in 2000-01, before improving to 14-11 with a CCAC playoff berth in what would eventually be his final season at Penn State Delaware County. Donoghue, however, decided to give up a career in engineering to pursue a full-time collegiate coaching job. He was presented with that opportunity when East Stroudsburg University hired Donoghue as its lead assistant coach in October of 2002.  While at ESU, Donoghue served as the program's Recruiting and Defensive Coordinators. His responsibilities also included perimeter and post-player development, scouting, gameplan preparation, game scheduling, and monitoring the team's academic progress. Donoghue is a 1989 graduate of Haverford High School where he was a three-sport varsity letter-man, competing in basketball, football, and baseball. He is a member of the WBCA. Donoghue and his wife Andrea, a certified athletic trainer, reside in nearby Kingston. The couple are the parents of a son, Patrick, daughter Mackenzie, and son Liam, born September 2012. 4.


Caitlin Hadzimichalis

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Entering her fifth year with the King’s College women’s basketball staff is assistant coach Caitlin Hadzimichalis. Hadzimichalis enjoyed a fine collegiate career at Marywood University where she was a four-year letter-winner and two-year team captain, earning team most valuable player honors in 2006 and 2008. Hadzimichalis concluded her Marywood career with 868 points, 376 rebounds, 215 assists, and 175 steals. She was the CSAC Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2009. She earned her degree in Health and Physical Education, with minors in Nutrition and Coaching from Marywood in 2009, graduating with a 3.85 overall GPA.

Vince Pecora

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Vincent Pecora enters his first season season on the King's College women's basketball staff. Pecora is a 2009 graduate of King's College he was a four year member of the Monarch cross-country team being named a Middle Atlantic Conference All-Academic team. After graduating from King's, Pecora, worked at Hunter College in New York City as an athletic department assistant September 2009 to August 2010 under the supervision of the Associate Athlete Director. At Hunter he assisted with many aspects of the department including recreation, intramurals, sports information, game management, compliance, equipment management, and payroll for student workers. Aside from his assistant coaching duties at King's, Pecora enters his third year as an athletic department intern where he performs many of the same functions he did at Hunter.

Ninth-year head coach Brian Donoghue led King's to the 2012 NCAA "Sweet 16". 5.


The Scandlon Center ranks as one of the finest facilities in the Middle Atlantic Conference.

KING’S ATHLETIC FACILITIES The William S. Scandlon Physical Education Center is where the King's College men's and women's basketball teams call home. One of the largest multipurpose facilities in the Mid-Atlantic Region, the Scandlon Center was opened in 1968 in grand style when the King's men's basketball team hosted Notre Dame. The Center recently completed major upgrades over the past year with the addition of a newly constructed multi-million dollar recreation center. The Robert McGrane Basketball Arena also received a major face-lift with a new double-tier bleacher system which seats 2,550, as well as new locker rooms and other upgrades. The McGrane Arena is also the site of King's volleyball and wrestling meets and features a large press box for working media which seats up to 20 people. The Scandlon Center also houses a 50-yard swimming pool, handball and racquetball courts, a wrestling practice room, and batting cages. In December of 2007, King's completed construction of the brand-new Intermetro Wellness Center in the Scandlon Gym. The facility is a two-story structure with one floor dedicated to free weight training while the second floor houses a wide variety of cardio equipment along with a multipurpose aerobics/dance room. The structure provides all King's students one of the top fitness centers among small college schools. The Scandlon Center is also been utilized by high schools within the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association for events such as district or state competition in basketball, wrestling, and swimming. The College's top-notch facilities also include the Robert L. Betzler Athletic Complex, King's outdoor athletic complex built in 1993, which includes fields for football, soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, baseball, and softball, along with a 13,000-square foot field house. A new multi-purpose synthetic turf field was added in 2008.

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In December 2007, King's opened a brand new two-story wellness center that provides the college's student-athletes with one of the top weight training/fitness facilities at the smallcollege level.

King's brand new state-of-the-art Sports Medicine facility provides the college's studentathletes with top quality health care and rehabilitation services on campus. 7.


Meet the 2013-14 Lady Monarchs

Sophomore forward Jennifer Fabian earned valuable experience averaging 7.9 points and 7.2 rebounds per game. 8.


2013-14 Lady Monarch Season Preview: Building a New Foundation....

King's is coming off a fine 2012-13 season in which the Lady Monarchs finished 21-6. The Lady Monarchs will enter the campaign with a number of holes to fill as four starters graduated, including All-Freedom Conference selections Katlin Michaels, Celia Rader, and Lindsay Atchison, as well as Molly Dahl. The Lady Monarchs earned the second seed in the Freedom Conference tournament and advanced to the final before falling to top-seeded FDU-Florham in the conference title game finishing second for the second year running. Marissa Manning leads a group of seven returning players. Manning is a twoyear starter who missed the final 19 games of her sophomore season with an injury. Before her injury she averaged 11.4 points and 3.9 rebounds while also blocking 14 shots. Fellow junior Ashley Davies also returns after suffering an injury early in the 2012-13 campaign. Davies started the first 12 games of the year scoring 6.9 points, grabbing 6.1 boards and tallying 1.3 steals per game. Sophomore forward Jennifer Fabian gained valuable experience filling in the frontcourt for her injured teammates. After missing the first six games last season Fabian played in the final 21 games of the season averaging 7.9 points and 7.2 rebounds. Senior co-captain Jessica McHugh looks to increase her role in the frontcourt. She averaged 2.2 points a season ago, but is a capable three-point shooter. Sophomore Tara Zdancewicz also looks for an increased role at the power-forward postition after notching 2.2 points and 1.0 rebounds per game. Also back for the Lady Monarchs are sophomore guards Sara Krupinski and Katie Dugan. Both players saw time last year in a reserve role at the guard position. Sophomore Talylor Sweeney joins the King's squad after playing on the King's women's soccer team a year ago. The Lady Monarchs also add a trio of talented freshman to round out the roster. Kasey Seitz is expected to step in and compete for the starting point-guard position and has the potential to be a fine playmaker. Kayla Feairheller is a combo player with the ability to play at the rim as well as step out and hit the perimeter jump shot. Shea Grim is an athletic guard looking to compete for time as well. Coming off an ACL injury that cut her senior season short Grim should be ready for the early part of the season. King's opens its season at the Jim Crawley Tip-Off tournament hosted by Frostburg State University on November 15-16. The Lady Monarchs will also compete at the U.S. Capital Holiday Tournament hosted by Catholic University on December 30-31. The Lady Monarchs open Freedom Conference play on December 4 when they travel to Delaware Valley. 9.


Junior combo player Ashley Davies looks to come back from an injury last season. She averaged 6.9 points in 12 games in 2012-13. 10.


2013-14 Lady Monarch Basketball MARISSA MANNING • #25

Junior, 6-0, Forward Newtown Square, Pa. / Cardinal O'Hara Third-year player who looks to bounce back from injury in 2012 after starting 29 of 30 games in her freshman campaign in the post positions ... Averaged 11.4 points and 3.9 rebounds per-game ... Physically strong, good passer and shooter, very smart player with a high basketball I.Q. ... Has a great deal of game experience playing four years at state power Cardinal O'Hara HS... Averaged 10.0 points, 6.0 rebounds, with 25 blocks leading the team to a 29-6 record during senior season ... Named a second-team All-Catholic league player both as a junior and senior ... Posted career-highs with 21points and 10 rebounds against Emmanuel College in NCAA "Sweet 16" in the 2012 season ... Fine student with a 3.54 GPA as a Biology major. /- - - - 3 PT - - - - / YEAR GM FGM FGA FG% FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% REB RPG AS ST BK PTS PPG 2011-12 30 92 246 34.6 1 4 25.0 42 94 44.7 139 4.6 10 10 36 227 7.6 2012-13 8 35 82 42.7 4 13 30.8 17 22 77.3 31 3.9 3 3 14 91 11.4 Totals: 38 127 328 38.7 5 17 29.4 59 116 50.9 170 4.5 13 13 50 318 8.4

ASHLEY DAVIES • #12

Junior, 5-9, Guard-Forward Schuylkill Haven, Pa. / Blue Mountain Junior projected to start at either the off-guard or small-forward position after missing half of last season with an injury... Averaged 6.9 points and 6.1 rebounds in 12 games and helping on defense with six blocks ... Fine athlete with great strength and quickness for size ... Can defend multiple positions on the floor including guards and forwards ... Averaged 11.7 points, 12.4 rebounds, and 2.7 assists during senior campaign at Blue Mountain HS ... Named second-team All-Schuylkill League as a senior ... Led her high school team in scoring and rebounding three of her four years ... Posted a career-high 14 points against Lycoming and 12 rebounds vs Mount Aloysius ... Good student with a 3.492 grade point average majoring in Elementary Education. /- - - - 3 PT - - - - / YEAR GM FGM FGA FG% FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% REB RPG AS ST BK PTS PPG 2011-12 30 17 55 30.9 2 10 20.0 19 34 55.9 62 2.1 12 13 11 55 1.8 2012-13 12 27 78 34.6 5 25 20.0 24 38 63.2 73 6.1 9 16 6 83 6.9 Totals: 42 44 133 33.1 7 35 20.0 43 72 59.7 135 3.2 21 29 17 138 3.3

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2013-14 Lady Monarch Basketball JESSICA McHUGH • #15 Senior, 5-10, Forward Delran, N.J. / Delran

Senior who looks for increased minutes at the forward position ... Posted 60 points and 47 rebounds in her sophomre season, appearing in all 27 games ... Good size and skill at the forward position but can also play the post when needed ... Ability to step out and shoot the three-pointer with consistency ... Comes to King's after a solid career at Delran High School where she was a four-year letterman ... Averaged 9.9 points and 5.4 rebounds per-game while making 32 three-pointers as a senior ... Totaled 646 points, 406 rebounds and 77 three-pointers during her career ... Was named to the Burlington County Scholastic League all-star squad and played in the BCSL Senior All-Star Game ... Solid Student with a 3.07 as an Accounting major.

/- - - - 3 PT - - - - / YEAR GM FGM FGA FG% FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% REB RPG AS ST BK PTS PPG 2010-11 18 13 29 44.8 8 17 47.1 5 8 62.5 28 1.6 2 2 0 39 2.2 2011-12 19 4 33 12.1 2 24 8.3 7 11 63.6 17 0.9 4 2 0 17 0.9 2012-13 27 20 69 29.0 5 26 19.2 15 17 88.2 47 1.7 1 2 5 60 2.2 Totals: 64 37 131 28.2 15 67 22.4 27 36 75.0 92 1.4 7 6 5 116 1.8

JENNIFER FABIAN • #23

Sophomore, 5-10, Forward Doylestown, Pa. / Central Bucks West Sophomore looking to step in and start in the front court after a strong freshman campaign ... Strong, physical player ... Very good rebounder with good positioning ... Averaged 7.9 points and a teamleading 7.2 rebounds per-game in 21 games in 2012-13... Tallied career Earned three basketball letters at Central Bucks West ... Helped the Bucks to an 18-8 record her senior year ... Averaged 12 points and eight rebounds per game ... Also earned a pair of softball letters at Central Bucks West ... Chose King's over Catholic and Widener ... Majoring in Marketing at King's. /- - - - 3 PT - - - - / YEAR GM FGM FGA FG% FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% REB RPG AS ST BK PTS PPG 2012-13 21 68 130 52.3 1 6 16.7 29 42 69.0 151 7.2 13 20 18 166 7.9 Totals: 21 68 130 52.3 1 6 16.7 29 42 69.0 151 7.2 13 20 18 166 7.9

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2013-14 Lady Monarch Basketball TARA ZDANCEWICZ • #32

Sophomore, 5-10, Forward Plymouth, Pa. / Wyoming Valley West Sophomore forward looking to compete for minutes in the frontcourt rotation ... Strong player with a solid post game ... Appeared in 25 games last season ... Earned four basketball letters at Wyoming Valley West ... Averaged 17.3 points and 12.6 rebounds per-game in her senior season helping the Spartans to a 19-6 record and a Wyoming Valley Conference title ... Scored 1,172 points in her high school career ... Earned second-team all-state honors her senior year ... Chose King's over Susquehanna, West Chester, Wilkes and Lebanon Valley ... Majoring in Political Science / Economics. /- - - - 3 PT - - - - / YEAR GM FGM FGA FG% FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% REB RPG AS ST BK PTS PPG 2012-13 25 20 44 45.5 1 6 16.7 13 22 59.1 25 1.0 4 7 7 54 2.2 Totals: 25 20 44 45.5 1 6 16.7 13 22 59.1 25 1.0 4 7 7 54 2.2

SARA KRUPINSKI • #22 Sophomore, 5-7, Guard Montrose, Pa. / Montrose Area

Sophomore guard that adds depth to the King's backcourt ... Can play both the forward and guard postion looking for time at the backup point-guard spot... Has good mid-range game ... Played four years of basketball at Montrose High School ... Averaged 11 points and 10 rebounds per -game for the Meteors and helped Montrose to a 26-3 record her senior year ... Helped the Meteors to the PIAA "Final Four" her senior year ... Appeared in 16 games off the bench for the Lady Monarchs ... An undeclared major at King's. /- - - - 3 PT - - - - / YEAR GM FGM FGA FG% FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% REB RPG AS ST BK PTS PPG 2012-13 16 5 21 23.8 1 6 16.7 2 4 50.0 10 0.6 3 1 2 13 0.8 Totals: 16 5 21 23.8 1 6 16.7 2 4 50.0 10 0.6 3 1 2 13 0.8

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2013-14 Lady Monarch Basketball KATIE DUGAN • #11

Sophomore, 5-8, Forward Secane, Pa. / Academy of Notre Dame Sophomore forward looking for time in the frontcourt rotation this year ... Strong, versatile player on the inside ... Good defender and rebounder ... Saw time in 11 games for the Lady Monarchs in 2012-13 ... Earned three varsity letters at Academy of Notre Dame, but lost her senior season due to an ACL injury ... Solid student who was on the honor roll at Notre Dame High School ... Chose King's over Lebanon Valley and Arcadia ... Good student with a 3.40 GPA as a Physican Assistant major at King's. /- - - - 3 PT - - - - / YEAR GM FGM FGA FG% FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% REB RPG AS ST BK PTS PPG 2012-13 11 5 11 45.5 3 5 60.0 2 2 100 9 0.8 2 1 0 15 1.4 Totals: 11 5 11 45.5 3 5 60.0 2 2 100 9 0.8 2 1 0 15 1.4

KAYLA FEAIRHELLER • #24

Freshman, 5-10, Guard/Forward Downingtown, Pa. / Downingtown West Freshman who looks make an immediate impact for the Lady Monarchs with the ability to play either the guard or forward position ... Athletic player with the ability to get to the rim as well as step out and hit the three-point shot ... Good positioning and solid rebounder ... Scored 1,074 points at Downingtown West HS including avaeraging 15.9 points as a senior ... Also earned two varsity letters in volleyball ... Chose King's over Millersville, Kutztown, NYU, Carnegie Mellon, Tufts and West Chester ... Majoring in Mathematics at King's.

Follow King's home basketball games live on the Internet via LiveStats at:

http://www.sidearmstats.com/kings/wbball/index.htm or on WRKC 88.5 FM at http://wrkc.kings.edu/list/current.html 14.


2013-14 Lady Monarch Basketball SHAE GRIM • #21

Freshman, 5-8, Guard Red Lion, Pa. / Dallastown Freshman looking to compete for time at the wing position ... Versitile player that can play either the guard or small forward position... Very athletic with the abiltity to get to the rim ... Can step out and hit the three-pointer and mid-range jumper ... Coming off an ACL injury, but is expected to get stronger as the season progresses ... Was a threeyear starter at Dallastown and helped the Wildcats to their first county championship since 2001 ... Earned four varsity basketball letters at Dallastown HS ... Enters King's with an undecided major.

KASEY SEITZ • #10 Freshman, 5-5, Guard Red Lion, Pa. / Red Lion

Freshman who looks to step in and make an immediate impact at the point-guard position ... Intelligent player that sees the floor well ... Pass-first point guard who has the ability to score when needed ... Earned three varsity letters at Red Lion HS finishing her senior season with 7.0 points and 4.5 assists per-game ... Also played field hockey in high school earning two varsity letters ... Enters King's as a Human Resources Management major at King's.

TAYLOR SWEENEY • #3

Sophomore, 5-5, Guard Horsham, Pa. / Gwynedd Mercy Academy Sophomore who will provide depth to the guard position... Intelligent basketball player... Will see time at the wing ... Naturally athletic having also played for King's women's soccer team in the fall of 2012, scoring one goal and two assists ... Earned four varsity basketball letters at Gwynedd Mercy Academy ... Averaged 10 points a game as a senior ... Also earned three soccer letters in high school ... Majoring in Marketing at King's. 15.


2013-14 Lady Monarch Basketball

Junior Marissa Manning played in just eight games last year before an injury sidelined her. She was averaging 8.4 points and 4.5 rebounds at the time of her injury. 16.


2013-14 Lady Monarch Basketball 2013-14 King's College Women's Basketball Roster

No. Name

Yr. Pos.

Ht.

Hometown/High School

3 Taylor Sweeney

So.

G

5-5

Horsham, PA/Gwynedd-Mercy Academy

10 Kasey Seitz

Fr.

G

5-5

Red Lion, PA/Red Lion

11 Katie Dugan

So.

F

5-8

Secane, PA / Academy of Notre Dame

12 Ashley Davies

Jr.

G

5-9

Schuylkill Haven, PA / Blue Mountain

15 Jessica McHugh

Sr.

F

5-10

Delran, NJ / Delran

21 Shae Grim

Fr.

G

5-8

Red Lion, PA/Dallastown

22 Sara Krupinski

So.

G

5-8

Montrose, PA Montrose Area

23 Jennifer Fabian

So.

F

5-10

Doylestown, PA/Central Bucks West

24 Kayla Feairheller

Fr.

F

5-10

Downingtown, PA/Downingtown West

25 Marissa Manning Jr.

F

6-0

Newtown Square, PA / Cardinal O’Hara

32 Tara Zdancewicz

F

5-9

Plymouth, PA/Wyoming Valley West

So.

Head Coach: Brian Donoghue (Drexel '94), 9th year Assistants: Caitlin Hadzimichalis, Vincent Pecora

Sophomore Katie Dugan looks to step up for a King's squad that grauated four starters. 17.


Senior Jessica McHugh looks to increase her role for the Lady Monarchs after being named a co-captian this season. 18.


2012-13 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL STATISTICS

/- - - - 3 PT - - - - / NAME GP FGM FGA FG% FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% Michaels 27 130 390 33.3 10 65 15.4 144 259 55.6 Rader 27 115 348 33.0 83 243 34.2 64 86 74.4 Manning 8 35 82 42.7 4 13 30.8 17 22 77.3 Atchison 27 102 239 42.7 22 73 30.1 62 91 68.1 Fabian 21 68 130 52.3 1 6 16.7 29 42 69.0 Davies 12 27 78 34.6 5 25 20.0 24 38 63.2 Dahl 26 64 180 35.6 20 84 23.8 21 27 77.8 McHugh 27 20 69 29.0 5 26 19.2 15 17 88.2 O'Donnell 24 18 52 34.6 11 37 29.7 6 12 50.0 Zdancewicz 25 20 44 45.5 1 6 16.7 13 22 59.1 Henry 24 11 36 30.6 10 29 34.5 3 5 60.0 Boccio 14 7 18 38.9 3 10 30.0 3 6 50.0 Dugan 11 5 11 45.5 3 5 60.0 2 2 100 Erdmann 19 5 28 17.9 1 18 05.6 8 11 72.7 Krupinski 16 5 21 23.8 1 6 16.7 2 4 50.0 McLaughlin 22 5 21 23.8 0 8 0.0 3 8 37.5 Team

King's 27 Opponents 27

King's 79 - 73 - 59 - 70 - 75 - 59 - 95 - 79 - 51 - 71 - 76 - 64 - 67 - 59 - 66 - 74 - 65 - 74 - 48 - 71 - 66 - 61 - 79 - 78 - 67 - 80 - 64 -

637 1747 36.5 597 1660 36.0

REB RPG AS ST BK PTS PPG 172 6.4 197 93 3 414 15.3 93 3.4 30 45 2 377 14.0 31 3.9 3 3 14 91 11.4 158 5.9 61 41 28 288 10.7 151 7.2 13 20 18 166 7.9 73 6.1 9 16 6 83 6.9 154 5.9 19 25 18 169 6.5 47 1.7 1 2 5 60 2.2 24 1.0 8 4 0 53 2.2 25 1.0 4 7 7 54 2.2 13 0.5 5 6 1 35 1.5 7 0.5 1 3 0 20 1.4 9 0.8 2 1 0 15 1.4 29 1.5 2 2 1 19 1.0 10 0.6 3 1 2 13 0.8 17 0.8 4 5 2 13 0.6 125 4.6

180 654 27.5 416 652 63.8 1138 42.1 362 274 107 1870 69.3 133 469 28.4 317 447 70.9 1216 45.0 349 192 82 1644 60.9

2012-13 GAME RESULTS

Opponent Mount Aloysius 65 Muhlenberg 69 Scranton 64 Gwynedd-Mercy 80 Delaware Valley* 69 FDU-Florham* 81 PSU-Schuylkill 46 Farmingdale State 54 Juniata 80 Lycoming 66 Neumann 66 DeSales* 61 Eastern* 53 Marywood 55 Wilkes* 41 Manhattanville* 56 Keystone 41 Misericordia* 61 DeSales* 63 Eastern* 60 FDU-Florham* 45 Delaware Valley* 54 Manhattanville* 58 Misericordia* 56 Wilkes* 54 DeSales# 70 FDU-Florham! 76

High Scorer Rader- 25 Rader- 23 Michaels- 18 Micaels-18 Rader- 20 Michaels- 21 O'Donnell- 14 Rader- 15 Rader- 20 Michaels- 17 Michaels- 19 Dahl- 15 Michaels- 24 Atchison- 12 Rader- 18 Michaels- 15 Atchison- 17 Michaels- 28 Rader- 12 Michaels- 26 Michaels- 20 Michaels- 18 Atchison- 15 O'Donnell- 22 Rader- 20 Michaels- 22 Rader- 18

*Freedom Conference Game # Freedom Conference Semi-Finals ! Freedom Conference Finals

FINAL RECORD: 21-6 / 12-2 Freedom 19.

High Rebounder Davies- 12 Atchison-11 Davies- 8 Michaels- 8 Davies- 11 Rader- 6 Fabian- 7 Dahl- 8 Fabian- 7 Michaels- 7 Dahl- 7 Rader- 6 Fabian- 10 Fabian- 9 Dahl- 13 Atchison- 8 Atchison- 12 Fabian- 7 Atchison- 10 Fabian- 10 Fabian- 13 Fabian- 12 Fabian- 11 Atchsion-10 Dahl- 10 Fabian- 8 Dahl-11


THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC CONFERENCES

The Middle Atlantic Conferences, widely regarded as one of the strongest NCAA Division III basketball conferences in the nation, has undergone a considerable change with the departure and subsequent addition of five colleges taking place over the last two years. Joining the MAC in 2007-08 were Arcadia University and Manhattanville College. In 2008-09, Alvernia College, Eastern University, and Misericordia University also joined the MAC. Stevenson and Hood became the newest members in 2012-13. In 1992, the MAC colleges reorganized into two divisions - the Freedom Conference and the Commonwealth Conference. Now, each champion under the MAC umbrella receives an automatic berth into the NCAA Division III national tournament, creating more national opportunities for MAC schools. The current MAC structuring is as follows: FREEDOM CONFERENCE COMMONWEALTH CONFERENCE Albright College Delaware Valley College Alvernia University DeSales University Arcadia University Eastern University Elizabethtown College FDU-Florham Hood College King's College Lebanon Valley College Manhattanville College Messiah College Misericordia University Lycoming College Wilkes University Stevenson University Widener University

2012-13 FREEDOM WOMEN'S STANDINGS Team FDU-Florham King's DeSales Misericordia Eastern Delaware Valley Manhattanville Wilkes

Conference W L Pct. PF PA W 12 2 .857 67.6 55.7 24 12 2 .857 67.8 58.0 21 10 4 .714 67.2 60.0 18 6 8 .429 61.8 66.4 12 6 8 .429 61.8 63.7 10 5 9 .357 62.4 66.6 11 3 11 .214 64.8 71.9 10 2 12 .143 55.1 66.1 11

Overall L Pct. PF PA 4 .857 70.2 53.5 6 .778 69.3 60.9 8 .692 66.6 60.0 13 .480 60.9 62.9 16 .385 59.2 63.6 14 .440 65.2 67.4 14 .417 65.0 66.5 14 .440 59.2 61.4

2012-13 All Freedom Conference Teams

FIRST TEAM Katlin Michaels ........................King's Sondrine Glovas ...................DeSales Meghan Nowak .......................Eastern Kyra Dayon ................FDU-Florham Alexiah Grant........................DeSales

SECOND TEAM Celia Rader ..................................King's Taylor Wilson..................Manhattanville Alyson Caiazzo................Manhattanville Brenna Cole....................Delaware Valley Hannah Seely......................Misericordia

"Player of the Year" Kyra Dayon.................FDU-Florham "Coach of the Year" Marc Mitchell .............FDU-Florham

HONORABLE MENTION Lindsay Atchison............................King's 20.


The Mary Beth Bowler Award The Mary Beth Bowler Award was instituted in 1999 to annually honor an outstanding senior player at King's based on their contributions to the program during their career with the Lady Monarchs. The award is named in honor of Mary Beth Bowler-Chambers, the former King's standout who dominated the Middle Atlantic Conference from 1980-1983 and is regarded as King's finest player ever. Bowler-Chambers, who played with her twin sister Teresa Bowler, is the Lady Monarchs' all-time leading scorer with 2,024 points. In 1981-82, she led NCAA Division III in scoring with a 25.9 points per-game average and also holds King's record for points scored in a single-game with 44  against Lycoming on February 25, 1980.  In all, she owns 17 Lady Monarch records. Bowler-Chambers was also King's first all-American player, earning the honor twice in 1980-81 and 1981-82.  She was a four-time MAC All-Star and was twice named the MAC's most valuable player. Last seasons recipient Samantha Simcox was the first honoree since Kaitlyn Fiorino in 2009. The 2013 recipient of the Mary Beth Bowler Award is Katlin Michaels. Michaels played only eight games in her freshman season before suffinring a knee injury. She was a three year starter at the point guard position and triggered the Lady Monarch offense. She had her finest season as a senior leading the team in scoring with 15.3 points per game while also leading the nation in assists setting a King's record with 197 helpers. She also puled down 6.4 boards per contest and helped King's to the Freedom Conference title game.Michaels finished her career holding the records for assists in a season (197), single-season assists per game (7.3), assists in a game (15), career free throw attempts (558), free throws made in a game (14) and free throws attempted in a game (26).She was also ranks 17th on the Lady Monarchs all-time scoring list with 1,041 points. Mary Beth Bowler Michaels was a two-time All-Freedom Award Winners Confernce first team selection and was 1999 - Elaine Colyer also a three-time Middle Atlantic Con- 2000 - Joanne Polakoski Denise Igo (co-winner) ference Academic Honor Roll honoree. 2001 - Erin McCarron (co-winner) “Katlin is a deserving recipient of 2002 - Fran Monte the award, having had a great senior 2003 - Nikki Kingston 2004 - Tiffini Varrasse season that concluded a great career," 2005 - Kristin Yeasted stated coach Brian Donoghue, "Not only 2006 - Beth Jordan - Casey Heitman did she have a career high in scoring, 2007 2008 - Lauren Kendra she led the nation in assists. Our entire 2009 - Kaitlyn Fiorino team fed off of her energy and competi- 2010 - No senior players 2011 - No senior players tiveness, and she made everyone in the 2012- Samantha Simcox program a better player and coach." 2013- Katlin Michaels 21.


Seasons Through The Years

MAC All-Stars

SEASON RECORDS

1974-75: 1-3 1975-76: 8-8 1976-77: 13-7 (Kostic's career record:

Mary Kostic Mary Kostic Mary Kostic 22-18)

1979-80: 1980-81: 1981-82: 1982-83: 1984-85: 1985-86: 1987-88: 1989-90: 1991-92: 1992-93: 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: 2012-13:

1977-78: 12-7 Wilma Shearer 1978-79: 12-11 Wilma Shearer 1979-80: 11-10 Wilma Shearer (Shearer's career record: 35-28) 1980-81: 11-9 Robin Cummins 1981-82: 17-8 Robin Cummins 1982-83: 12-11 Robin Cummins 1983-84: 11-13 Robin Cummins 1984-85: 15-11 Robin Cummins 1985-86: 15-11 Robin Cummins 1986-87: 16-10 Robin Cummins 1987-88: 10-15 Robin Cummins 1988-89: 9-16 Robin Cummins 1989-90: 9-17 Robin Cummins 1990-91: 10-17 Robin Cummins 1991-92: 17-9 Robin Cummins 1992-93: 14-11 Robin Cummins (Cummins career record: 166-158) 1993-94: 3-21 Bryan Whitten 1994-95: 12-13 Bryan Whitten 1995-96: 14-11 Bryan Whitten 1996-97: 17-10 Bryan Whitten 1997-98: 23-5 Bryan Whitten 1998-99: 18-9 Bryan Whitten 1999-00: 24-6+ Bryan Whitten 2000-01: 19-7#+ Bryan Whitten 2001-02: 25-4+ Bryan Whitten 2002-03: 24-4#+ Bryan Whitten 2003-04: 19-9 Bryan Whitten 2004-05: 22-4 Bryan Whitten (Whitten's career record: 220-103) 2005-06: 13-13 Brian Donoghue 2006-07: 21-9 Brian Donoghue 2007-08: 14-12 Brian Donoghue 2008-09: 11-16 Brian Donoghue 2009-10: 13-12 Brian Donoghue 2010-11: 16-10 Brian Donoghue 2011-12: 24-6+ Brian Donoghue 2012-13: 21-6 Brian Donoghue (Donoghue's career record: 133-84) #MAC Freedom Conference title +NCAA Tournament

King's College Overall Record: 1974-75 to 2012-13: 576-391 22.

*(All-Americans) Mary Beth Bowler Kandi Karuza Mary Beth Bowler* (MVP) Mary Beth Bowler* (MVP) Michele Kravitsky Mary Beth Bowler Theresa Bowler Maureen Ryneski Patti Thomas Maureen Ryneski Kathy Walsh Maureen Fahey Kate Tigue Joan Cameron Joan Cameron Michelle Kulbitsky* Carla Schultes Michelle Kulbitsky* Elaine Colyer Elaine Colyer* Joanne Polakoski Elaine Colyer* Joanne Polakoski* Joanne Polakoski* (MVP) Heather Medashefski* Joanne Polakoski* (MVP) (Columbus Multimedia D-III "National Player of the Year") Denise Igo Denise Igo* (Co-MVP) Fran Monte Nikki Kingston *(MVP) Jen Wozniak Tiffini Varrasse* (MVP) Nikki Kingston Jen Wozniak Tiffini Varrasse* Jen Wozniak* Kristin Yeasted* Beth Jordan Beth Jordan* Andrea Hochstuhl Jenna Palumbo Kaitlyn Fiorino Jenna Palumbo Andrea Hochstuhl Kaitlyn Fiorino Paige Carlin Celia Rader Katlin Michaels Samantha Simcox Paige Carlin Katlin Michaels Celia Rader Lindsay Atchison


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Scoring Leaders: 1,000 Point Club 2,024 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1979-83 1,971 by Joanne Polakoski, 1997-00 1,542 by Kaitlyn Fiorino, 2006-09 1,303 by Patti Thomas, 1983-87 1,283 by Kay Boos, 1978-82 1,261 by Jen Wozniak, 2001-2004 1,227 by Tiffini Varrasse, 2000-2004 1,192 by Maureen Fahey, 1985-89 1,167 by Elaine Colyer, 1996-99 1,158 by Teresa Bowler, 1979-83 1,151 by Joan Cameron, 1989-93 1,150 by Beth Jordan, 2003-06 1,122 by Denise Igo, 1998-2001 1,118 by Nikki Kingston, 2000-03 1,106 by Celia Rader, 2009-13 1,063 by Paige Carlin 2008-12 1,041 by Katlin Michaels 2009-13 1,032 by Kandi Karuza, 1976-80 1,026 by Jenna Palumbo, 2005-08 1,026 by Maureen Ryneski, 1982-86 Most Points in a Single Season 642 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1981-82 632 by Joanne Polakoski, 1997-00 518 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1980-81 512 by Joanne Polakoski, 1998-99 501 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1979-80

Best Single Season Average 25.9 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1980-81* *(National Division III scoring leader) 25.7 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1979-80 24.2 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1982-83 23.9 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1981-82 21.3 by Joanne Polakoski, 1998-99 Best Career Scoring Average 25.0 by M.B. Bowler, 1979-83 Most Points in a Single Game 44 by M.B. Bowler vs. Lycoming (2/25/80) Most Rebounds in a Career 1,097 by Patti Thomas, 1983-87 987 by Joanne Polakoski, 1997-00 Most Rebounds in One Game 44 by Kandi Karuza vs. Misericordia, '79-80

Most Rebounds in One Season 460 by Kandi Karuza, 1979-80 332 by Joanne Polakoski, 1997-00 Best Single Season Rebound Average 23.0 by Kandi Karuza, 1979-80 Most Assists in One Season 197 by Katlin Michaels, 2012-13 180 by Lauren Kendra, 2006-07 161 by Elaine Colyer, 1996-97 Best Single Season Assist Average 7.3 by Katlin Michaels, 2012-13 6.0 by Lauren Kendra, 2006-07 6.0 by Elaine Colyer, 1996-97 Most Assists in One Game 15 by Katlin Michaels vs. Misericordia (2/2/13) 14 by M.B. Bowler vs. Susquehanna (2/13/80) Most Assists in a Career 476 by Lauren Kendra, 2005-08 447 by Tiffini Varrasse, 2000-04 446 by Elaine Colyer, 1996-99 Most Blocks in One Season 86 by Heather Medashefski, 1998-99 Most Blocks in One Game 8 by Heather Medashefski vs. FDU, 2/20/99 Best Blocks Per-Game Average 3.3 by H. Medashefski, 1998-99 (26 games) Most FG's Made in One Season 251 by Joanne Polakoski, 1999-00 246 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1981-82 Most Career FG 817 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1979-83 792 by Joanne Polakoski, 1997-00 Most FG's in One Game 16 by Mary Beth Bowler (3 times), 1979-83 16 by Joanne Polakoski vs. Wash., 2/3/00 Most FG Attempts in One Season 476 by Joanne Polakoski, 1999-00 466 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1981-82

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Most Career FG Attempts 1,726 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1979-83 1,406 by Joanne Polakoski, 1997-00

Best FT% in One Season (min. 75 att.) 85.5 by Nikki Kingston, 2002-03 82.5 by Denise Igo (66-80), 2000-01

Most FG Attempts in One Game 28 by Teresa Bowler vs. Upsala (1/30/82)

Best Career FT% (min. 225 att.) 81.6 by Beth Jordan (200-245), 2003-06 79.4 by Nikki Kingston (272-345), 2000-03

Best FG% in One Season (min. 140 att.) 59.2 by Joanne Polakoski (186-314), 1997-98 58.4 by Joanne Polakoski (156-267), 1996-97

Most FT's Made in One Season 150 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1981-82 144 by Katlin Michaels, 2012-13

Best Career FG% (min. 700 att.) 56.3 by Joanne Polakoski (792-1,406), 1997-00 51.2 by Beth Jordan (474-926), 2003-06

Most FT Attempts in One Season 259 by Katlin Michaels, 2012-13 184 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1981-82

Most 3Pt. FG in One Season 98 by Jenna Palumbo, 2006-07 83 by Celia Rader, 2012-13 77 by Kaitlyn Fiorino, 2008-09 72 by Jenna Palumbo, 2007-08

Most Career FT Attempts 558 by Katlin Michaels, 2009-13 511 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1979-83 Most FT Made in One Game 14 by Katlin Michaels (2X) vs. FDU-Florham (2/2/13) and vs. Misericordia (1/23/13) 14 by Mary Beth Bowler vs. Susquehanna (2/26/82)

Most Career 3Pt. FG 258 by Kaitlyn Fiorino, 2006-09 242 by Jenna Palumbo, 2004-08 214 by Celia Rader, 2009-13

Most FT Attempts in One Game 26 by Katlin Michaels vs Misericordia (1/23/13)

Most 3Pt. FG's in One Game 9 by Celia Rader vs. William Paterson (3/3/12) 8 by Kaitlyn Fiorino vs. Norwich (1/5/08) 7 by several players

Most Consecutive FT Made: 21 by Marsha Mayton in 1994-95 Most Steals in One Season 112 by Mary Beth Bowler, 1981-82

Most 3Pt. FG Attempts in One Game 16 by Kaitlyn Fiorino vs. Stockton (11/23/08) 16 by Kaitlyn Fiorino vs. Gwyn-Mercy (12/5/07)

Most Career Steals 343 by Tiffini Varrasse, 2000-04

TEAM RECORDS

Most 3Pt. FG Attempts in One Season 260 by Jenna Palumbo, 2006-07 243 by Celia Rader, 2012-13

Most Points Scored 2,131 (28 games) in 1997-98 2,094 (28 games) in 2002-03 2,008 (30 games) in 1999-00

Most Career 3Pt. FG Attempts 753 by Kaitlyn Fiorino, 2006-09 691 by Jenna Palumbo, 2005-08

Best PPG Average 79.5 (25 games) in 1981-82

Best 3Pt. FG% in One Season 51.8 by Tiffini Varrasse (29-56), 2002-03 51.4 by Kim Stetter (38-74), 1996-97

Best FG% 47.3 in 1981-82 (805-1700) 46.5 in 1997-98 (825-1774) Most FG's 825 in 1997-98 805 in 1981-82

Best Career 3Pt. FG% 44.1 (127-288) by Kim Stetter, 1997-99 24.


Most FG Attempts 1,834 in 2011-12 1,789 in 2006-07

Best Season Rebound Average 45.3 in 1995-96 44.7 in 1992-93

Most FG's in One Game 51 vs. Castleton St. (11/17/89)

Most Rebounds in One Game 63 vs. Rutgers-Camden (1/8/07)

Most FG Attempts in One Game 104 vs. Baptist Bible (12/1/95)

Most Assists in One Season 510 in 2002-03 (28 games) 495 in 1997-98 (28 games)

Most 3 Pt. FG's Made in One Game 16 vs Norwich (1/5/08) 14 vs. Delaware Valley (2/11/10) 14 vs. Lycoming (2/7/07) 14 vs. Arcadia (1/5/07)

Most Assists in One Game 32 vs FDU-Madison (2/21/98) Best Assist Average 18.2 in 2002-03 (28 games) 17.7 in 1997-98 (28 games)

Most 3 Pt. FG's Made in One Season 227 in 2006-07 (30 games) 216 in 2007-08 (26 games)

Most Steals in One Season 399 in 2002-02 (29 games) 365 in 1997-98 (28 games)

Most 3Pt. FG Attempts in One Game 42 vs. Ferrum (11/22/09) 40 vs. Gwynedd-Mercy (12/5/07)

Best Steals Average 13.7 in 2002-03 (29 games) 13.0 in 1997-98 (28 games)

Most 3Pt. FG Attempts in One Season 662 in 2011-12 654 in 2012-13

Most Blocks in One Season 145 in 1998-99 (27 games)

Best FT% in One Season 73.2 in 2002-03 (397-5420) 72.9 on 2003-04 (430-590)

Most Blocks in One Game 11 vs. FDU-Florham (1/20/07) 10 vs. Marywood (2/4/99)

Most FT's Made 454 in 2000-01 449 in 2011-12

Most Points in One Game 113 vs. Castleton State (11/17/89) in 113-19 King's victory.

Most FT's Attempted 733 in 2011-12 653 in 2006-07

Most Points Allowed in One Game 108 by Scranton (2/19/94) in 108-46 King's loss.

Most FT's Made in One Game 38 vs. Widener (11/29/10) 33 vs. Juniata (2/6/82)

Widest Margin of Victory 94 points vs. Castleton St. (11/17/89) in 113-19 King's victory.

Most FT's Attempts in One Game 54 vs. Widener (11/29/10) 45 vs. Widener (11/28/11) Most Rebounds 1,313 in 2006-07 (30 games)

Widest Margin of Defeat 62 points vs. Scranton (2/19/94) in 108-46 King's loss. 25.


2013-14 Lady Monarchs: (Kneeling L-R): Tara Zdancewicz, Shanely Harlacker, Sara Krupinski, Taylor Sweeney, Shea Grim, Kasey Seitz, Katie Dugan. Standing (L-R): Assistant coach Caitlin Hadzimichalis, Kayla Feairheller, Jennifer Fabian, Jessica McHugh, Marissa Manning, Ashley Davies, assistant coach Vincent Pecora and head coach Brian Donoghue.

2013 -14 King's College Women's Basketball Media Guide  
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