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Chadron State College Quick Facts City/Zip.................................................................Chadron, NE 69337 Founded/Enrollment...................................................1911 / 2,800 Nickname........................................................................................Eagles School Colors...................................................... Cardinal and White Affiliation/Conference......................... NCAA Division II/RMAC Conference.......................Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference President..................................................................... Dr. Janie C. Park Athletic Director................................................................Brad Smith Athletic Dept. Phone.................................................308-432-6344 Athletic Director E-mail....................................... bsmith@csc.edu Sports Information Director............................. Alex Helmbrecht SID Phone......................................................................308-432-6212 SID E-mail...................................................... ahelmbrecht@csc.edu Women’s Basketball Quick Facts Head Coach..................................Tim Connealy (Fourth Season) Alma Mater................................................ Hastings College (2004) Record at School/Career Record............................25-55/25-55 Bargen’s E-mail................................................. tconnealy@csc.edu Office Phone..................................................................308-433-6339 Best Time to Reach.......................................... Weekday Mornings Assistant Coach....................................................Corissa Kesterson 2010-11 Record.....................................6-20 Overall, 4-18 RMAC Team PPG............................................................................................57.7 Opponents PPG.................................................................................68.1 Starters Returning/Lost................................................................ 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................................... 9/5 First Year of Basketball............................................................... 1973 All-Time Record....................................................................... 398-539

Table of Contents

We are Chadron State .................................................................................................................2 Athletic Facilities...........................................................................................................................3 Head Coach Tim Connealy........................................................................................................4 2011-12 Roster..............................................................................................................................5 The Players......................................................................................................................................6 Individual Career Histories................................................................................................... 10 Eagles belong to Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference............................................. 11 Chadron State Women’s Basketball in Review.............................................................. 12 2010-11 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in Review........................................ 13 Chadron State College Women’s Records........................................................................ 14 Chadron State Season-by-Season Leaders...................................................................... 17 Top Seasonal Scorers................................................................................................................ 17 Top Seasonal Rebounders...................................................................................................... 17 Record of CSC Women’s Basketball, 1973-2011........................................................... 18 CSC’s Record vs. Former Opponents.................................................................................. 18 CSC Yearly Records.................................................................................................................... 18 Chadron State College Women’s Basketball Top 25.................................................... 19 Top 25 Single Season Scorers............................................................................................... 19 Top 25 Per Game Averages.................................................................................................... 19 Most Points Scored in a Single Game................................................................................. 19 Top 25 Career Scorers.............................................................................................................. 19 Game Results, 1973-2010...................................................................................................... 20

n Credentials

Requests for credentials and press seating for home basketball games should be made in advance by calling the sports information office at 308-432-6212 or by e-mail at ahelmbrecht@csc.edu. Only appropriately credentialed individuals will be allowed access into the Armstrong Gymnasium. Photographers, press and broadcast journalists must display credentials at all times and remain within NCAA-designated areas. The CSC sports information office has the discretion to refuse or revoke media credentials at any time.

n Interviews

Head coach Tim Connealy and selected players will be available for interviews on the court following a 10-minute cooling off period once the game ends. In some instances a press conference may be held in the athletic offices. The media wishing to attend will be notified by the sports information office. All requests for player/coach interviews must be coordinated through the sports information office by calling 308-432-6212 or by e-mailing ahelmbrecht@csc.edu. Chadron State coaches can be reached in their offices Monday through Thursday mornings. Media Guide Credits The 2011-12 Chadron State College women’s basketball media guide is designed to serve the media and public with information related to the CSC men’s basketball team and the CSC campus. The 2011-12 women’s basketball media guide was written by sports information director Alex Helmbrecht. Daniel Binkard designed the cover and Helmbrecht designed the guide. Photos by Helmbrecht, Binkard and Con Marshall. Special thanks to the CSC Print Shop.

Chadron State College Sports Information Alex Helmbrecht is in his fifth year as the sports information director at Chadron State College. As the SID, he is responsible for the publicity, promotion and distribution of information for the Eagles’ 11 Division II athletic programs. Helmbrecht can also be heard on the radio alongside John Axtell during select away competitions. He has also implemented several new techniques to the CSC website, including Alex Helmbrecht live stats and social media. Helmbrecht is an active member of the College Sports Information Directors of America and has received several commendations for feature writing and event coverage from CoSIDA. In addition, he serves on the Harlon Hill committee and is a cosponsor for Blue Key on Chadron State’s campus. Before working at CSC, he was a sports reporter at the Scottsbluff Star-Herald two years. A native of McCook, Helmbrecht earned an associate of arts degree from McCook Community College in 2002 and a bachelor of arts degree in English literature from CSC in 2005.


We are Chadron State ...

Location: Chadron, a city of about 6,000 residents, is located in northwest Nebraska. Chadron was named by Forbes.com as one of the top 10 American towns to visit in 2009. School Type: State, public, four-year college granting baccalaureate and graduate degrees Total enrollment: About 2,600 students Calendar: Academic year of two semesters; summer sessions Degrees granted: Bachelor of Applied Sciences, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Education, Master of Arts in Education, Master of Business Administration, Master of Education and Specialist in Education, as well as pre-professional education. Career services: A wide range of resources are available to assist students in career planning and job attainment. Accreditation: All programs at CSC are regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. In addition the programs in Business Administration, Social Work, and Teacher Education are also accredited by their professional councils. Financial assistance: Available to admitted, degree-seeking students based upon financial need Housing: College-owned and operated residence halls Average ACT Score: 21 Male/female percentage: 43 percent males, 57 percent females Average class size: 18 Student to faculty ratio: 17-1 Faculty: About 58% of our faculty has doctoral degrees

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Majors offered at CSC Art Biological Sciences Business Communication Arts Design and Technology Construction Management Elementary Education Family & Consumer Sciences Health Sciences History Interdisciplinary Studies Justice Studies Library Information Management Literature Mathematics Music Physical Sciences Psychology Rangeland Management Secondary Education Special Education Sports and Recreation Management Social Work Theatre

For more information, visit www.csc.edu


Athletic Facilities

Armstrong Gymnasium

Elliott Field at Don Beebe Stadium

Nelson Physical Activity Center

n EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Chadron State College is proud of our highly competitive NCAA Division II athletic program. CSC is a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and consistently fields some of the finest teams in the region. The coaches at Chadron State College encourage the importance of academics, teamwork and dedication. Our coaches promote strong values which athletes carry with them the rest of their lives. Traditionally, between 30 and 40 percent of student athletes make the President’s or Dean’s List, which requires of a GPA of at least 3.5.

Softball Field

n ACTIVITIES: Students at Chadron State College can participate in a wide variety of extracurricular activities. There are more than 70 student clubs and organizations on campus. Through the years, Chadron State has fielded competitive athletic teams for both men and women. CSC athletes have earned 147 All-American and 75 Academic All-American/ Scholar-Athlete honors since 1980. In addition, CSC has an excellent rodeo team and an active fine arts program. Chadron State helps support the Post Playhouse at nearby Fort Robinson each summer. The Galaxy Series has brought a variety of noted entertainers and speakers to the campus. A highlight this decade was the development of the Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center.

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Head Coach Tim Connealy

Tim Connealy, a former graduate assistant and assistant head coach at the University of Nebraska-Kearney for four seasons, is striving to lead the Chadron State women’s basketball program to new heights. He led them to an 11-16 record during his first season and followed that with an 8-19 mark in 2009-10, narrowly missing the RMAC playoffs. Tim Connealy’s motion Connealy offense has helped several CSC players flourish, especially Kaitlin Petri who was named All-RMAC and became just the second player in school history to earn All-American honors. In addition, in the 2008-09 season the Eagles led all of NCAA Division II in 3-pointers made with 9.7 per game. Connealy joined the Lopers in 2004 as a graduate assistant and was promoted to assistant coach in the summer of 2006. During his four years working under former UNK head coach Carol Russell, the two helped lead the Lopers to an 84-46 record and a 57-19 mark in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, including two NCAA tournament

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importance on it.” That was easy to see when the Chadron State College women’s basketball team placed second on the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll with a GPA of 3.641 following the 2010 season. The Eagles posted the fourth highest GPA in all of WBCA’s five divisions. The Eagles were also second in the WBCA Top 25 Academically following the 2011 season with a 3.644. In fact, the CSC women posted the fourth-highest GPA in all of the WBCA’s five divisions – Divisions I, II and III, NAIA and Junior College. Connealy, who graduated from Chadron High School in 1999 and was a starter on the Cardinals’ Class B state championship basketball team, was born and raised in Chadron. He was a ball boy for the football team while growing up and often attended CSC basketball games. His older brother Dan graduated from Chadron State and his sister, Mary, played three years for the UNK women’s basketball team. Connealy’s assistant once again this season is Corissa Kesterson, a native of Mountain View, Wyo., who played for the Eagles from 2006 to 2008, is in her third year as an assistant. She was RMAC AllConference honorCorissa able mention during Kesterson her senior season and graduated with a bachelor’s degree from CSC in May 2008. She also obtained her graduate degree from Chadron State in May 2010 in counseling.

berths. In the 2006-07 season, the Lopers advanced to the Sweet 16 and Connealy was the acting head coach during the Regional Final game against North Dakota while Russell was recovering from giving birth. “I want to build a program that’s not just based on wins and losses, but one that will represent Chadron State in a positive manner,” Connealy said. Connealy played two seasons on the men’s basketball team at Chadron State before playing one season at Hastings College. In 2004, he graduated from Hastings College with a degree in secondary education. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in educational administration. Connealy, who began his coaching career at Harvard High where he was an assistant on the boys team for two years, was instrumental in helping the Loper women be ranked in the top five nationally for overall team GPA. In 2006-07, UNK Chadron State Women’s Coaching Records was second in the Coach Record Win Pct. 37-58 38.9% nation, and in 2007- Mary Ann Boese Peyton 12-12 50.0% 08 the Lopers were Mack Marge Burkett 42-50 45.6% fourth. Kathy Markey 8-13 38.0% 78-83 48.4% “The most impor- Kip Cady William ‘Bunny’ Rider 43-40 51.8% tant thing to me is Tom Andersen 144-210 40.6% 9-18 33.3% academics,” he said. Mike Maloney 25-55 31.2% “I place the utmost Tim Connealy

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2011-12 Roster

No. Name Pos. Hgt. Cl. Hometown (Previous School/High School) 3 Kattie Ranta G 6-0 So. Rapid City, S.D. (Rapid City Central) 4 Kada Williams G 5-5 Sr. Green River, Wyo. (Western Wyo./Green River High) 5 Kaitlin Petri G 5-10 Sr. Kearney, Neb. (Neb.-Kearney/Kearney Catholic) 10 Dallas Shaw G 5-8 Fr. Buffalo, Wyo. (Buffalo High) 11 Rachael Smidt G 5-10 Jr. North Platte, Neb. (North Platte High) 15 Mallory Irvine F 6-0 So. Ravenna, Neb. (Ravenna High) 20 Tarryn MacPherson F 6-0 Jr. Melbourne, Australia (Williston St/Maribyrnong) 21 Kate Simonton G 5-7 R-Fr. Bakersfield, Calif. (Fresno City/North High) 23 Marla Munsen G 5-7 Jr. Hershey, Neb. (Hershey High) 30 Betsy Moler G 5-7 Jr. Rapid City, S.D. (Rapid City Central) 32 Lexi Smidt F 6-0 Jr. North Platte, Neb. (North Platte High) 33 Greer Babbe F 6-3 So. Papillion, Neb. (Maine/Papillion-La Vista) 34 Sadie Waugh F 6-0 Jr. Paxton, Neb. (Paxton High) Alyssa Clarke G 5-5 Fr. Alliance, Neb. (Alliance High) Hattie Guzman G 5-9 Fr. Scottsbluff, Neb. (Scottsbluff High) Head Coach: Tim Connealy (Fourth Year) Assistant Coaches: Corissa Kesterson (Fourth Year) and Janet Raymer (First Year) Student Assistant: Kelsey Scott (First Year)

Pronunciation Guide

Kada Williams................................................................... K-duh Williams Kaitin Petri........................................................................................Pea-tree Rachael Smidt..........................................................................................Smit Sadie Waugh.............................................................................................Wah Kattie Ranta..............................................................................Katie Ran-ta Betsy Moler........................................................................................Mole-er Greer Babbe............................................................................................... Bab

Roster by Class

Seniors........................................... 2 Juniors............................................ 6 Sophomores................................ 3 Redshirt Freshmen................... 1 Freshmen...................................... 3 Total..............................................15

Roster by State

Nebraska....................................... 9 Wyoming....................................... 2 South Dakota............................... 2 California...................................... 1 Australia........................................ 1

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The Players

Greer Babbe

Forward | So. | 6-3 Papillion, Neb./University of Maine

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Outlook: Greer, who is the tallest player on the team, will add depth to the Eagles in the post … “She gives us a dimension we haven’t had in the past and she moves well for her size,” Connealy said. “She works had and she’s going to help our post defense.” Before CSC: Babbe appeared in 14 games for the Black Bears in 2010-11, starting two of them ... She scored her first career basket at the University of Kansas and averaged 1.1 rebounds a game. High School: Babbe was a four-year letter winner at Papillion-La Vista and an honorable mention all-state selection ... She was also involved in track and field and volleyball and a member of the National Honor Society … Played in the Omaha All-Star Game. Personal: A biology major … Daughter of Greg and Teresa … Both her parents are doctors at the University of Nebraska Medical Center … Born Sept. 27.

Alyssa Clarke Guard | Fr. | 5-5 Alliance, Neb./Alliance High

Outlook: Alyssa will redshirt this season but Connealy said he enjoys having her on the team and she has “a great attitude.” … She’s the latest in a long line of athletes from her family to attend Chadron State … Her sister Jasmine was a reserve guard for the Eagles the last two years and brother, Jess, and an older sister, Shawna, had solid careers in football and volleyball, respectively. High School: Clarke was her team’s most valuable player as senior, before being named the school’s female athlete of the year ... She averaged six points a game and was Western Conference honorable mention. Personal: Daughter of Benny and Traci … Born Jan. 16.

senior .... She was placed on the GNAC All-Conference Team, second team all-state and was first team all-region and all-conference … In addition, Guzman was an academic all-state selection and played in the Hastings College All-Class and the Nebraska All-Star Games … Was also involved in cross country, track and field, soccer and volleyball at Scottsbluff. Personal: A human biology major in Chadron State’s Rural Health Opportunities Program … Daughter of Nabor and Sally Guzman … Her brother, Hagen, wrestled at Chadron State ... Born June 29.

Mallory Irvine Forward | So. | 6-0 Ravenna, Neb./Ravenna High

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n 2011 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll (Volleyball)

Outlook: Joined the team in early November after showing an interest in playing collegiate basketball after having a successful volleyball season … She was the leading attacker on the Chadron State volleyball team in the fall when she finished with 183 kills and hit .222 … She also led the Eagles with 85 total blocks … She also played volleyball in 2009 but did not play in 2010 … Coach Connealy noted he saw her play in high school and she’ll give the Eagles depth in the post. High School: Helped lead her high school volleyball and basketball teams to state titles in Class C-2 as a senior ... She was named to the Nebraska Associated Press First Team and second team all-state by the Lincoln Journal Star ... She also earned all-conference honors four years in a row … She was also a talented basketball player, earning all-conference recognition four times and playing in the Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star Game … Was also involved in track and field, trap shooting and dance in high school. Personal: Daughter of Robin and Barb … Has a 3.52 GPA in rangeland management … Born June 25.

TarrynMacPherson 20 Forward | Jr. | 6-0 Melbourne, Australia/Williston St.

Hattie Guzman Guard | Fr. | 5-9 Scottsbluff, Neb./Scottsbluff High

Outlook: Hattie will also redshirt this season but has a good future ahead of her … “Hattie is a good athlete and an above average defender,” the coach noted. High School: Guzman was a distinguished student-athlete at Scottsbluff High ... She graduated first in her class... She averaged 13.5 points and nearly three rebounds a game for the Bearcats as a

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Outlook: A talented player, especially on the offensive side of the ball, who gives the Eagles more depth in the frontcourt … “She has a finesse-type game and she finishes well around the basket,” Connealy said. Before CSC: Averaged five points and two rebounds a game at Williston State, while shooting 43 percent from the field … Helped the Tetons qualify for the national tournament her freshman season where they finished 16th. High School: Played prep ball at Maribyrnong College in Melbourne. Personal: A social work major … Daughter of Maryanne and Mal … Born March 18.


Betsy Moler

Guard | Jr. | 5-7 Rapid City, S.D./Rapid City Central

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n 2010-11 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2010-11: Saw time in all 26 games, starting two of them … Improved her seasonal scoring average by three points to 5.3 points a game and shot 38 percent from the field … She hit double digits in three games, including a career-high 12 against the University of Nebraska-Kearney … “She’s a good veteran point guard for us,” Connealy said. “She’s a competitor and a feisty, opportunistic defender.” … Placed on the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll. 2009-10: Played in 22 games, starting six of them at point guard … She averaged just a shade over two points a game and handed out 18 assists … Also rebounded well, finishing with nearly two a game. High School: She was a threeyear starter and averaged about 10 points and three assists a game for the Cobblers during her career ... She was an all-conference selection two straight years and earned all-state honors as a senior … Played in the WyomingSouth Dakota all-star game ... High school teammate of Kattie Ranta. Personal: Has a 3.8 GPA while majoring in psychology … Daughter of Keith and Brenda … Born April 26.

Marla Munsen Guard | Jr. | 5-7 Hershey, Neb./Hershey High

n 2010-11 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2010-11: Saw her offensive game blossom quite a bit, nearly doubling her points per game output … She finished the season averaging 7.7 points and 4.0 rebounds, while often being matched up with the opponent’s best perimeter player … Scored a career-high 20 points in Chadron State’s upset of Colorado Christian … She also scored 14 twice against Regis and UCCS … Was third on the team with 28 steals and 41 assists … One of two players to start all 26 games … “She’s put in a lot of work over the summer to improve her outside shot and she’s still our best perimeter defender,” Connealy said. … Named to the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll and was honorable mention All-Nebraska Division II.

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2009-10: Was a defensive stopper last season, starting 20 of the Eagles’ 27 games … She averaged almost four points a game, but many of her stats don’t show up in the books because of her tough defense … Also averaged 2.9 rebounds and handed out 39 assists … Scored a career-high 12 points at Nebraska-Kearney … Ran the shuttle run in a record 59.25 seconds for the CSC women’s team during their offseason training program. High School: Her senior season she was the third-leading scorer in Class C-1, averaging 17.2 points, while adding 7.8 rebounds and 3.5 steals a game ... She was second team all-state and hit over 52 percent of her field goal attempts (125-239) … Also named to the all-conference team as a senior and was all-state honorable mention as a junior … Played in the Mid-Plains All-Star Game. Personal: She is involved in CSC’s Rural Health Opportunities Program and has a 3.40 GPA in pre-physical therapy … Daughter of Mike and Angie … Born Aug. 21.

Kaitlin Petri

Guard | Sr. | 5-10 Kearney, Neb./Nebraska-Kearney

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n 2011-12 RMAC Preseason All-Conference n 2009-10 Daktronics Third Team All-American n 2009-10 RMAC All-Conference First Team n 2009-10 Nebraska Division II First Team n 2010-11 RMAC Preseason All-Conference Team n 2008-09 RMAC All-Academic Second Team

2010-11: Seemed to be well on her way to another great season after averaging 16.7 points and 7.3 rebounds in three games … Unfortunately, she suffered a calf injury that ended her season in early December … However, she received a medical redshirt in the spring and will be a major contributor … “She’s incredibly versatile and consistent,” Connealy said. “Obviously, she’s a big piece of the puzzle for us.” … Placed on the RMAC Preseason All-Conference Team for 2011-12 … Has scored a whopping 528 points in 28 career games at Chadron State … That’s an average of 18.9 points per game … Combined with her total points from her time at UNK, she’s scored 1,060 career points. 2009-10: Arguably had the greatest season a women’s basketball player at Chadron State has ever had … She became just the second player in Chadron State women’s basketball history to be named an All-American in 2009-10 when she was placed on the Daktronics Third Team … She finished the season as the RMAC leader in points (19.1) and assists (4.8), making her the first player in conference history to accomplish that feat ... She was also fifth in rebounds (7.9) and ranked in the conference’s top 10 in field goal percentage, free throw percentage, blocks and minutes played … She was also placed on the RMAC AllConference First Team and the Nebraska Division II First Team … She hit double figures in 20 of 25 games played and scored a career-high 32 against Colorado Christian … She scored at least 20 points in 11 games and narrowly missed out on having a triple double against UCCS when she had 19 points, 13 rebounds and nine assists … She also hit the game-winning shot as time expired to beat her old team, Nebraska-Kearney, in a thrilling 61-60 game at Chadron … Had six double doubles and scored 30 four different times … Led the team in scoring 20 of 25 games played, rebounding in 17 and assists in 21.

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Before Chadron State: The Eagles received a big boost when Petri decided to join the program after transferring from the University of Nebraska-Kearney … Posted some impressive numbers as a Loper, starting 52 of 64 games and averaged 8.3 points, 3.3 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.1 steals a game … She was named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Third Team All-East and the RMAC All-Academic Second Team for having a 3.96 GPA in elementary education. High School: Had a stellar high school career at Kearney Catholic High School ... As a senior, she averaged 20.3 points, 5.7 assists. 1.7 blocks and 4.8 rebounds and steals a game while leading the Stars to the 2007 Class C2 state championship and a 26-0 record ... For her high school career, Petri scored 1,766 points, which ranked her 18th on Nebraska’s all-time leader board. Personal: A finance and management major with a 3.95 GPA … Daughter of Rick and Kathy … Rick was her high school coach … Born Dec. 14 ... Her brother, Collin, played on the winning team at the 2011 Chadron State College Don Beebe Classic Golf Tournament.

Kattie Ranta

Guard | So. | 6-0 Rapid City, S.D./Rapid City Central

2010-11: Had a solid redshirt freshman year, averaging 4.0 points and 2.1 rebounds in 24 games … Scored a career-high 13 points against New Mexico Highlands … “She had a very good offseason and she improved her perimeter defense in addition to getting a lot stronger,” Connealy said. “She’ll help us a lot.” … Named to the RMAC AllAcademic Honor Roll. 2009-10: Redshirted during her first year at Chadron State. High School: A two-year starter who averaged 11.4 points and seven rebounds a game as a senior at Rapid City Central ... Was named second team all-state … Played in the South Dakota-Wyoming All-Star Game … She also played volleyball and participated in track and field … She was named Rapid City’s female high school athlete of the year. Personal: A physical education and health major with a 3.5 GPA … Daughter of Karl and Terri … Born June 2.

Guard | Fr. | 5-8 Buffalo, Wyo./Buffalo High

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Outlook: Could be a prominent player this season for the Eagles … “She’s very skilled offensively and shoots well from long range,” Connealy said.

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Kate Simonton

Guard | R-Fr. | 5-7 Bakersfield, Calif./Fresno City College

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n 2010-11 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

Dallas Shaw

High School: Shaw had a distinguished prep career, earning all-state honors twice while leading the Bison to the 3A championship game in 2011 ... As a senior, she averaged 16.9 points, 5.7 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 3.8 steals a game … She hit 49.5 percent of her shots (121-for-244) and 33 percent (57-175) from beyond the arc … Ended her career as Buffalo’s leading scorer, in addition to owning the steals and assists records … Played in both the South Dakota-Montana and the North-South All-Star Games … She was also the starting goalie for the Buffalo soccer team, played volleyball and participated in track and field. Personal: Daughter of Cody and Tynie Shaw … Plans to major in criminal justice … Born March 26.

Outlook: Decided to become an Eagle after spending a week on the campus during spring break while visiting her friend, Danielle L’Argent, who plays softball at Chadron State … Coach Connealy is glad she’s here … “She has a very good offensive game and she’s adjusting well to this level,” he said. Before CSC: Had a redshirt season at Fresno City College. High School: Was a first team all-league selection twice at North High in Bakersfield, Calif. … She was also all-area honorable mention and was the Jockey Club Academic Athlete of the Month … As a senior she averaged 13.7 points, 6.6 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 2.8 steals a game … Also played softball in high school. Personal: Daughter of Kim Biucey … Plans to major in pre-physical therapy … Born July 15.

Lexi Smidt

Forward | Jr. | 6-0 North Platte, Neb./North Platte High

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n 2010-11 All-Nebraska Division II Second Team n 2010-11 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2010-11: Scored 8.8 points a game to finish the season as the team’s leading scorer … She also added 3.4 rebounds but made her mark from beyond the 3-point line, hitting 53 of 173 attempts (30 percent) … Because of her strong shooting and range, she has the go-ahead to shoot whenever she’s open … She set a school record for taking 16 treys in one game and took 15 in another … Tied a career-high when she scored 21 points against Regis and Colorado School of Mines … “Lexi is a versatile player because she can defend on the perimeter and in the post,” Connealy said. “Her 3-point shooting is a big bonus for us.” … Named to the


RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll and the All-Nebraska Division II Second Team. 2009-10: Played in every game, averaging 7.9 points and 3.3 rebounds … She hit 45 of 148 3-pointers (30.4 percent) and 23 of 31 from the foul line … She scored in double digits nine games, including a career-high 21 against Adams State. High School: She averaged 15.5 points and 5.5 rebounds as a senior in the frontcourt at North Platte High ... She was all-state as a senior and shot 61 percent from the field (122-200) and 83.3 percent from the foul line (70-84) … She earned all-state honorable mention her sophomore and junior years … She was also a threetime all-conference selection … Lexi was named North Platte High School’s Outstanding Female Athlete and played in several all-star games ... During her prep career, she scored 1,216 points and shot 42 percent from the field. Personal: Played for former CSC graduate, Mark Woodhead, at North Platte … She’s working toward obtaining an early childhood endorsement in special education and has a 3.77 GPA … Daughter of Randy and Bobbi … Her older sister, Rachael, is also a junior on the women’s basketball team … Born Sept. 15.

Rachael Smidt

Guard | Jr. | 5-10 North Platte, Neb./North Platte High

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n 2010-11 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2010-11: Played in 17 games, starting 15 of them, before suffering a season-ending back injury … She’s healthy now and Coach Connealy is looking for her strong defense to be an asset once again … “She’s improved her outside shot and she’s a good athlete. Her strength is defense,” he said. … Rachael averaged 5.9 points a game and 3.5 rebounds … She also added 18 steals ... Scored a career-high 13 points twice against MSU-Billings and Colorado School of Mines … Named to the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll. 2009-10: Played in all 27 games, starting 11 of them … Averaged 4.4 points and 3.0 rebounds for the Eagles … Scored a career-high nine points at Black Hills State, but often provided great defense … She shot well from the field, making 47 of 118 shots (39.8 percent) and had 15 assists and 13 steals … Has the highest vertical jump on the team at 25 ½ inches, a CSC women’s basketball team record. 2008-09: Redshirted during her first season at Chadron State. High School: She missed much of her senior season at North Platte High School because of a torn ACL … As a junior, she averaged 10 points, 5.5 rebounds and three assists for the Bulldogs while seeing action at nearly every position … She was an all-state honorable mention and she was also an academic all-state selection … Also played volleyball in high school. Personal: An education major with a 3.87 GPA … Her parents are Randy and Bobbi Smidt … Her younger sister, Lexi, is also a junior on the team … Born July 7.

Sadie Waugh Forward | Jr. | 6-0 Paxton, Neb./Paxton High

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n 2010-11 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2010-11: Played in all 26 games and took big steps in the offseason to become a better player … “She had a great offseason and really improved her low post game,” Connealy said. “She learned how to use her strength and athleticism and she could be a big key for us this year.” … Averaged 5.2 points and 3.6 rebounds a game, while shooting 37 percent from the field (51 of 135) and playing nearly 20 minutes a game … Scored a season-high 11 against Colorado School of Mines … Named to the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll ... Also was a big part of the Chadron State women’s track and field team, qualifying for the outdoor national championships in the discus. 2009-10: Didn’t play in the first five games but started to shine late in the season … She ended up starting 14 of 20 games played and provided solid defense in the post … Scored a career-high 12 points against Black Hills State … Averaged 3.4 points a game and 2.0 rebounds in just over 13 minutes of action. High School: She nearly averaged a double-double as a senior for Paxton High, which finished 16-4 ... She scored 11.4 points a game and hauled in 8.7 rebounds ... She was honorable mention all-state as a sophomore, junior and senior … Played in the Mid-Plains All-Star Game and earned MVP honors. Personal: Has a 3.07 GPA in physical therapy ... Daughter of Tom and Pam … Born April 5 ... Her sister, Marlee, is the manager for the women’s team this season.

Kada Williams

Guard | Sr. | 5-5 Green River, Wyo./Western Wyoming

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2010-11: Started 24 of 26 games at point guard … Helped run an efficient offense and is a feisty defender … She was third on the team in scoring, finishing with 7.1 points a game … She had 46 assists and added 2.9 rebounds … She was also solid from the line, hitting 67 of 90 (74.4 percent) … “Kada has continued to grow into a leadership role and she’s extremely tough,” Connealy said … Named honorable mention All-Nebraska Division II. Before CSC: Played two years for the Mustangs at Western Wyoming … She averaged 10.6 points, 2.5 assists and 2.86 rebounds a game last year ... During her two seasons at Western Wyoming, she shot over 40 percent from the field and scored over 500 points. Personal: An elementary education major with a 3.68 GPA … Daughter of Ron and Mary Williams … Born Jan 17.

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Individual Career History

Individual Career Histories Betsy Moler

Season

2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

22-6 26-2 48-8

min/avg

278/12.6 496/19.1 774/16.1

Total fg-fga

16-57 52-134 68-191

pct

.281 .388 .356

3-Point fg-fga

3-17 3-19 6-36

pct

.176 .158 .167

F-Throws ft-fta pct

13-18 32-51 45-69

.722 .627 .652

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

1 2 3

stl

6 14 20

Scoring pts avg

off

39 41 80

to

41 53 94

blk

0 2 2

stl

19 28 47

Scoring pts avg

fo

ast

0 121 0 8 0 129

to

60 2 62

blk

28 3 31

stl

31 3 34

Scoring pts avg

2.1 2.1

pf

23 23

fo

ast

11 11

to

40 40

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

12 20 32

to

33 32 65

blk

11 2 13

stl

13 15 28

Scoring pts avg

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

3.0 3.5 3.2

pf

29 35 64

fo

ast

15 20 35

to

46 28 74

blk

1 3 4

stl

13 18 31

Scoring pts avg

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

2.0 3.6 2.9

pf

33 65 98

fo

ast

6 22 28

to

30 42 72

blk

1 0 1

stl

8 7 15

Scoring pts avg

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

1.6 1.6 1.6

pf

18 31 49

fo

ast

18 32 50

to

25 46 71

blk

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

7.9 7.3 7.8

pf

47 5 52

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

off

11 6 17

25 35 60

36 41 77

0 0 0

48 2.2 139 5.3 187 3.9

Marla Munsen Season

2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

27-20 605/22.4 26-26 805/31.0 53-46 1410/26.6

Total fg-fga

31-103 74-190 105-293

pct

.301 .389 .358

3-Point fg-fga

12-45 8-41 20-86

pct

.267 .195 .233

F-Throws ft-fta pct

29-42 43-74 72-116

.690 .581 .621

24 55 38 66 62 121

79 104 183

2.9 49 4.0 61 3.5 110

2 4 6

103 3.8 199 7.7 302 5.7

Kaitlin Petri Season

2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

25-24 908/36.3 3-2 95/31.7 28-26 1003/35.8

Total fg-fga

163-327 14-32 177-359

pct

.498 .438 .493

3-Point fg-fga

33-93 3-8 36-101

pct

.355 .375 .356

F-Throws ft-fta pct

119-145 19-24 138-169

.821 .792 .817

42 155 3 19 45 174

197 22 219

478 19.1 50 16.7 528 18.9

Kattie Ranta Season

2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

24-0 24-0

min/avg

229/9.5 229/9.5

Total fg-fga

37-93 37-93

pct

.398 .398

3-Point fg-fga

2-16 2-16

pct

.125 .125

F-Throws ft-fta pct

19-29 19-29

.655 .655

15 15

35 35

50 50

0 0

4 4

6 6

95 4.0 95 4.0

Lexi Smidt Season

2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

27-8 596/22.1 26-20 628/24.2 53-28 1224/23.1

Total fg-fga

72-212 75-227 147-439

pct

.340 .330 .335

3-Point fg-fga

45-148 53-173 98-321

pct

.304 .306 .305

F-Throws ft-fta pct

23-31 26-32 49-63

.742 .813 .778

20 70 20 68 40 138

90 88 178

3.3 72 3.4 61 3.4 133

3 4 7

212 7.9 229 8.8 441 8.3

Rachael Smidt Season

2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

27-11 17-15 44-26

min/avg

492/18.2 377/22.2 869/19.8

Total fg-fga

47-118 28-79 75-197

pct

.398 .354 .381

3-Point fg-fga

4-23 4-20 8-43

pct

.174 .200 .186

F-Throws ft-fta pct

20-31 41-64 61-95

.645 .641 .642

30 23 53

50 36 86

80 59 139

0 0 0

118 4.4 101 5.9 219 5.0

Sadie Waugh Season

2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL

gp-gs

20-14 26-1 46-15

min/avg

263/13.2 508/19.5 771/16.8

Total fg-fga

23-72 51-135 74-207

pct

.319 .378 .357

3-Point fg-fga

0-3 1-3 1-6

pct

.000 .333 .167

F-Throws ft-fta pct

21-30 32-55 53-85

.700 .582 .624

14 37 51

26 57 83

40 94 134

0 1 1

67 3.4 135 5.2 202 4.4

Kada Williams Season

2010-11 TOTAL

10

gp-gs

26-24 26-24

min/avg

665/25.6 665/25.6

Total fg-fga

57-176 57-176

pct

.324 .324

3-Point fg-fga

4-30 4-30

pct

.133 .133

F-Throws ft-fta pct

67-90 67-90

.744 .744

6 6

69 69

75 75

2.9 2.9

54 54

1 1

46 46

52 52

0 0

37 37

185 7.1 185 7.1


Eagles belong to Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference This is the 21st year that Chadron State College athletic teams are full-fledged members of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. The league was founded in 1909, and is second only to the Big 10 as the oldest continuous athletic conference in the nation. The conference took on a new look as it began 2006-2007 when Western New Mexico at Silver City began league play. The Mustangs, who were in the RMAC from 1967-1990, replaced long-time member Fort Hays State, which opted to become a member of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, joining a number of other Kansas schools. The RMAC expanded to 14 members in 1996 with the addition of five schools from the Colorado Athletic Conference. They are Colorado Christian, Colorado-Colorado Springs, Metropolitan State, Regis and Southern Colorado. None of these members have football teams, but all have volleyball and basketball teams.

RMAC on Television

Altitude Sports & Entertainment is a proud partner of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and Chadron State College. Watch the RMAC Showcase each month on Altitude. Altitude is on Dish Network channel 410, DIRECTV channel 644 and Great Plains Communications cable channel 45 in Chadron. Visit www.rmacsports.org for the RMAC Showcase air dates and times or visit www.altitude.tv for complete Altitude listings.

Division II Online Coverage

The selected Web sites provide information: n www.ncaasports.com n www.rmacsports.org n www.d2basketball.com

Besides Chadron State, the pre-existing members of the RMAC are Adams State, Colorado School of Mines, Fort Lewis, Mesa State and Western State, New Mexico Highlands and the University of Nebraska-Kearney. The conference members have conservative athletic budgets, but provide outstanding competition while emphasizing the educational, unifying and entertainment values of sports. The conference members belong to Division II of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The conference commissioner is J.R. Smith and the assistant commission in charge of media relations is Sarah Meier. The RMAC’s Web site, which contains information about each of its sports, is www.rmacsports.org. The RMAC offices are at 219 West Colorado Avenue, Suite 212, Colorado Springs, Colo., 80903. The telephone number is 719-471-4936. Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Commissioner J.R. Smith has announced a multiyear partnership with America One Networks, formerly B2 Networks. Regular season and conference championship events from many of the campuses in the RMAC, will be broadcast via the paid service. The partnership began with the 2008-09 academic year. B2 Networks is a premier provider of reliable and secure international television and pay-per-view broadcasting systems. Their worldwide network of arenas, stadiums, local venues and data centers are currently in use to distribute live sports and events to personal computers, television screens, mobile devices and commercial venues around the world. For the B2 Networks’ Programming Guide visit www.b2tv.com, or for information about B2 Networks, visit www.b2now.com.

Media that Regularly Covers Chadron State Basketball Newspaper: Chadron Record Address: PO Box 1141 Chadron, NE 69337 Telephone: 308-432-5511 Web site: thechadronnews.com

Newspaper: Rapid City Journal Address: 507 Main Street Rapid City, SD 57701 Telephone: 605-394-8291 Web site: rapidcityjournal.com

Radio: KNEB Address: P.O. Box 239 Scottsbluff, NE 69363 Telephone: 308-632-7121 Web site: kneb.com

Newspaper: Scottsbluff Star-Herald Address: 1406 Broadway Scottsbluff, NE 69361 Telephone: 308-632-9050 Web site: starherald.com

Radio: KQSK Address: PO Box 1117 Chadron, NE 69337 Telephone: 308-432-2060 Web site: doubleqcountry.com

Television: KDUH Address: 1523 1st Ave. Scottsbluff, NE 69361 Telephone: 308-632-3071 Web site: kduhtv.com

Radio: KCSR Address: 226 Bordeaux St. Chadron, NE 69337 Telephone: 308-432-5545 Web site: chadrad.com

Conference: RMAC Address: 1867 Austin Bluffs Parkway Colorado Springs, CO 80918 Telephone: 719-471-4936 Web site: rmacsports.org

Newspaper: Omaha World-Herald Address: 1314 Douglas Omaha, NE 68102 Telephone: 402-444-1201 Web site: omaha.com

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Chadron State Women’s Basketball in Review Records by Comparison 2010-11

Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 6-20 4-10 2-10 0-0 Conference 4-18 3-8 1-10 0-0 Non-Conference 2-2 1-2 1-0 0-0

Score By Periods 2010-11

1st 2nd OT Total Chadron State 656 836 9 1501 Opponents 797 959 14 1770

Chadron State Final Statistics 2010-11 TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS No. Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 05 Kaitlin Petri 3 2 95 31.7 14 32 .438 3 8 .375 19 24 .792 3 19 22 7.3 5 0 8 2 3 3 50 16.7 32 Lexi Smidt 26 20 628 24.2 75 227 .330 53 173 .306 26 32 .813 20 68 88 3.4 61 4 20 32 2 15 229 8.8 23 Marla Munsen 26 26 805 31.0 74 190 .389 8 41 .195 43 74 .581 38 66 104 4.0 61 4 41 53 2 28 199 7.7 14 Kada Williams 26 24 665 25.6 57 176 .324 4 30 .133 67 90 .744 6 69 75 2.9 54 1 46 52 0 37 185 7.1 24 Jazmyn Webster 26 14 643 24.7 61 192 .318 5 26 .192 55 86 .640 51 92 143 5.5 68 3 34 72 35 49 182 7.0 15 Kelsey Scott 26 26 665 25.6 52 168 .310 11 43 .256 52 79 .658 29 107 136 5.2 91 7 58 83 2 24 167 6.4 11 Rachael Smidt 17 15 377 22.2 28 79 .354 4 20 .200 41 64 .641 23 36 59 3.5 35 0 20 28 3 18 101 5.9 30 Betsy Moler 26 2 496 19.1 52 134 .388 3 19 .158 32 51 .627 6 35 41 1.6 31 0 32 46 2 14 139 5.3 34 Sadie Waugh 26 1 508 19.5 51 135 .378 1 3 .333 32 55 .582 37 57 94 3.6 65 1 22 42 0 7 135 5.2 03 Kattie Ranta 24 0 229 9.5 37 93 .398 2 16 .125 19 29 .655 15 35 50 2.1 23 0 11 40 4 6 95 4.0 20 Lindy McDaniel 13 0 63 4.8 4 18 .222 0 1 .000 2 6 .333 0 12 12 0.9 8 0 2 3 2 1 10 0.8 10 Jasmine Clarke 6 0 8 1.3 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 2 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0.5 21 Mallory Murdoch 8 0 11 1.4 1 3 .333 0 2 .000 2 2 1.000 1 1 2 0.3 3 0 0 1 0 1 4 0.5 04 Liz Ellicott 8 0 37 4.6 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 2 1 3 0.4 4 0 0 1 0 0 2 0.3 TM Team................ 70 80 150 5.8 0 14 0 Total.......... 26 508 1453 .350 95 384 .247 390 596 .654 301 678 979 37.7 510 20 294 469 55 203 1501 57.7 Opponents...... 26 620 1552 .399 129 408 .316 401 577 .695 346 749 1095 42.1 478 - 339 449 81 240 1770 68.1

2010-11 Team Statistics

CSC OPP SCORING 1501 1770 Points per game 57.7 68.1 Scoring margin -10.3 FIELD GOALS-ATT 508-1453 620-1552 Field goal pct .350 .399 3 POINT FG-ATT 95-384 129-408 3-point FG pct .247 .316 3-pt FG PG 3.7 5.0 FREE THROWS-ATT 390-596 401-577 Free throw pct .654 .695 F-Throws made PG 15.0 15.4 REBOUNDS 979 1095 Rebounds per game 37.7 42.1 Rebounding margin -4.5 ASSISTS 294 339 Assists per game 11.3 13.0 TURNOVERS 469 449 Turnovers per game 18.0 17.3 Turnover margin -0.8 Assist/turnover ratio 0.6 0.8 STEALS 203 240 Steals per game 7.8 9.2 BLOCKS 55 81 Blocks per game 2.1 3.1 ATTENDANCE 4162 6942 Home-Avg/Game 14-297 12-578

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2010-11 Game Results

Date Opponent Score High Point 11-15-10 University of Mary L 71-44 Kelsey Scott, 11 11-22-10 Northern State L 63-53 Kaitlin Petri, 19 11-29-10 MSU-Billings W 73-59 Kaitlin Petri, 14 12-3-10 Mesa State L 66-62 Lexi Smidt, 19 12-4-10 Western State L 72-58 Lexi Smidt, 10 12-10-10 at Regis L 74-61 Lexi Smidt, 15 12-11-10 at Metro State L 72-44 Sadie Waugh, 10 12-17-10 at Colorado Christian L 66-38 Kada Williams, 9 12-18-10 at Colorado Mines L 82-72 Lexi Smidt, 21 12-29-10 at MSU-Billings W 60-53 Rachael Smidt, 13 1-2-11 Fort Lewis L 69-43 Marla Munsen, 11 1-3-11 Adams State L 75-66 Lexi Smidt, 17 1-8-11 Nebraska-Kearney L 79-64 Jazmyn Webster, 13 1-14-11 at N.M. Highlands L 83-68 Kattie Ranta, 13 1-15-11 at Western N.M. L 67-61 Kada Williams, 14 1-21-11 CSU-Pueblo L 64-49 Betsy Moler, 10 1-22-11 UC-Colorado Springs W 58-49 Lexi Smidt, 12 1-28-11 Colorado Mines W 60-47 Jazmyn Webster, 13 1-29-11 Colorado Christian W 61-59 Marla Munsen, 20 2-4-11 at Western State L 77-63 Kada Williams, 14 2-5-11 at Mesa State L 70-58 Jazmyn Webster, 15 2-11-11 Metro State L 68-44 Marla Munsen, 10 2-12-11 Regis L 80-75 (OT) Lexi Smidt, 21 2-18-11 at UC-Colorado Springs W 65-51 Lexi Smidt, 20 2-19-11 at CSU-Pueblo L 86-49 Jazmyn Webster, 10 2-26-11 at Nebraska-Kearney L 68-52 Lexi Smidt, 17

High Rebound Kada Williams, 8 Kaitlin Petri, 6 Kaitlin Petri, 8 Kelsey Scott, 8 Kaitlin Petri, 8 Jazmyn Webster, 7 Jazmyn Webster, 6 Jazmyn Webster, 7 Kelsey Scott, 10 Kelsey Scott, 8 Jazmyn Webster, 6 Marla Munsen, 6 Kelsey Scott, 6 Jazmyn Webster, 7 Jazmyn Webster, 7 Marla Munsen, 10 Kelsey Scott, 6 Rachael Smidt, 9 Sadie Waugh, 8 Marla Munsen, 7 Kelsey Scott, 7 Jazmyn Webster, 7 Jazmyn Webster, 10 Marla Munsen, 9 Kelsey Scott, 9 Kelsey Scott, 5 Marla Munsen, 4 Kelsey Scott, 4 Lexi Smidt, 4 Jazmyn Webster, 4 Jazmyn Webster, 7 Jazmyn Webster, 9 Kada Williams, 9 Kelsey Scott, 9 Kelsey Scott, 4 Sadie Waugh, 4 Lexi Smidt, 4 Jazmyn Webster, 9 Kelsey Scott, 9


2010-11 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in Review 2010-11 All-RMAC Teams

RMAC Player of the Year Dana Schriebvogel, Fort Lewis RMAC Defensive Player of the Year Christina Whitelaw, Colorado Christian RMAC Freshman of the Year Chirstina Whitelaw, Colorado Christian RMAC Coach of the Year Tanya Haave, Metro State First Team Dana Schriebvogel, Fort Lewis Vera Jo Bustos, Adams State Cassondra Bratton, Metro State Kendra Coveal, Adams State Christina Whitelaw, Colo. Christian Rachel Espinoza, CSU-Pueblo Vanessa Leeper, Nebraska-Kearney Abby Jackson, Fort Lewis Megan Becker, Nebraska-Kearney Kelsey Sigl, Mesa State Second Team Brecca Gaffney, Colorado Mines Jasmine Cervantes, Metro State Katie Hall, Western State Brooke Pendergraft, Western State Lauren Luebbe, Regis Katrina Selsor, Mesa State Mary Rose Paiz, Fort Lewis Debi Johnson, Nebraska-Kearney Kelsie Kruger, Adams State Kendall Babler, CSU-Pueblo Third Team Jessica Brown, UC-Colorado Springs Sharaya Selsor, Mesa State Amanda Bartlett, CSU-Pueblo Briana Gholston, N.M. Highlands Lauren Wolfinger, UC-Colo. Springs Whitley Coca, N.M. Highlands Nikki Trujillo, Western State Meagan Nickell, Regis Katerina Garcia, Fort Lewis Salina Kuiper, Regis

CONFERENCE OVERALL STANDINGS G W-L Pct PF PA G W-L Pct PF PA Metro State 22 21-1 0.955 64.6 51.9 33 30-3 0.909 63.1 51.4 Fort Lewis 22 20-2 0.909 78.4 57.2 31 28-3 0.903 78.9 57.5 Adams State 22 15-7 0.682 71.0 62.0 33 23-10 0.697 70.1 60.8 Colorado Christian 22 15-7 0.682 71.1 68.2 29 18-11 0.621 70.7 68.5 Colorado Mesa 22 14-8 0.636 67.2 64.2 27 17-10 0.630 67.4 62.9 CSU-Pueblo 22 13-9 0.591 66.3 67.1 27 16-11 0.593 66.7 66.7 Nebraska-Kearney 22 12-10 0.545 72.0 70.7 27 13-14 0.481 71.9 72.2 N.M. Highlands 22 9-13 0.409 63.8 70.3 30 14-16 0.467 64.8 70.9 Western State 22 9-13 0.409 69.3 65.7 27 11-16 0.407 69.0 65.4 Regis 22 9-13 0.409 66.5 70.2 26 10-16 0.385 65.3 69.3 UC-Colorado Springs 22 9-13 0.409 64.8 66.4 26 10-16 0.385 64.3 67.2 Chadron State 22 4-18 0.182 57.8 69.3 26 6-20 0.231 57.7 68.1 Colorado Mines 22 3-19 0.136 58.7 68.1 27 7-20 0.259 60.9 67.4 Western N.M. 22 1-21 0.045 54.5 74.7 26 1-25 0.038 55.0 76.2

RMAC Scoring Leaders

1. Dana Schreibvogel-FLC 2. Brecca Gaffney-CSM 3. Vera Jo Bustos-ASC 4. Vanessa Leeper-UNK 5. Kelsey Sigl-MSC 6. Christina Whitelaw-CCU 7. Megan Becker-UNK 8. Rachel Espinoza-CSUP 9. Kendra Coveal-ASC Brooke Pendergraft-WSC 11. Debi Johnson-UNK 12. Lauren Wolfinger-UCCS 13. Cassondra Bratton-MSCD 14. Sharaya Selsor-MSC 15. Kendall Babler-CSUP

GP 31 24 33 27 26 29 21 27 33 27 27 26 33 27 27

RMAC Rebounding Leaders

GP 1. Katie Hall-WSC 27 2. Cassondra Bratton-MSCD 33 3. Kendra Coveal-ASC 33 4. Mary Rose Paiz-FLC 30 5. Megan Becker-UNK 21 6. Vanessa Leeper-UNK 27 7. Brecca Gaffney-CSM 24 8. Katrina Selsor-MSC 27 9. Kelsie Kruger-ASC 33 10. Christina Whitelaw-CCU 29 11. China Smith-NMHU 30 12. Dana Schreibvogel-FLC 31 13. Kristin Valencia-MSCD 33 14. Brooke Pendergraft-WSC 27 15. Ashley Miller-UCCS 26 Danielle Brown-UCCS 26

FG 3FG 225 9 138 5 195 96 159 22 141 17 163 42 123 2 120 23 163 0 148 44 123 40 112 52 142 2 107 43 107 26 Off 102 88 121 70 54 58 54 43 49 52 84 42 69 73 38 53

Def 184 183 144 170 108 148 127 157 188 155 124 160 139 85 112 97

FT Points Avg/G 115 574 18.5 156 437 18.2 91 577 17.5 115 455 16.9 125 424 16.3 75 443 15.3 71 319 15.2 127 390 14.4 147 473 14.3 47 387 14.3 72 358 13.3 58 334 12.8 134 420 12.7 78 335 12.4 92 332 12.3 Total Avg/G 286 10.6 271 8.2 265 8.0 240 8.0 162 7.7 206 7.6 181 7.5 200 7.4 237 7.2 207 7.1 208 6.9 202 6.5 208 6.3 158 5.9 150 5.8 150 5.8

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Chadron State College Women’s Records

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Most Points One Game Gwen Reed..............................................42 vs. Mount Marty, 1976-77 Gwen Reed................................41 vs. Nebraska Wesleyan, 1975-76 Bec Kyba.......................................36 vs. Metropolitan State, 2005-06 Tricia Lukawski..............................35 vs. Black Hills State, 1989-90 Tricia Lukawski...............35 vs. North Dakota-Williston, 1990-91 Shauna Smith.....................................................35 vs. Denver, 1993-94

Most Points One Season Lacy Orpin.............................................................................. 567, 1994-95 Gwen Reed............................................................................. 556, 1977-78 Tricia Lukawski.........................................532, 1991-92 and 1992-93 Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................... 521, 1994-95 Most Points Career Tricia Lukawski.................................................................1,869, 1989-93 Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................1,527, 1991-95 Mary Perrin........................................................................1,493, 1986-89 Gwen Reed..........................................................................1,492, 1974-78 Maureen Cooney...............................................................1,247, 1978-82 Shauna Smith.....................................................................1,215, 1990-94 Tanya Weber.......................................................................1,119, 1994-98 Janelle Hutt.........................................................................1,100, 1997-01 Most Points One Half Tricia Lukawski.............................30, vs. Black Hills State, 1989-90 Starla Paules...........................................22, vs. Wayne State, 1988-89 Tanya Weber............................................ 22, vs. Metro State, 1997-98 Mary Perrien............................ 21, vs. Northern Colorado, 1986-87 Tanya Weber..............................21, vs. South Dakota Tech, 1997-98 Mary Perrien............................. 20, vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 1988-89 Tricia Lukawski........................ 20, vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 1992-93 Shauna Smith.................................20, vs. Black Hills State, 1993-94 Kaitlin Petri.......................................................... 20, vs. UCCS, 2009-10

Highest Per Game Average One Season Gwen Reed............................................................................ 20.6, 1977-78 Mary Perrien........................................................................ 20.6, 1987-88 Tricia Lukawski................................................................... 20.3, 1990-91 Gwen Reed............................................................................ 20.2, 1975-76 Tricia Lukawski................................................................... 19.7, 1992-93 Lacy Orpin............................................................................. 18.9, 1994-95 Kaitlin Petri.......................................................................... 19.1, 2009-10 Most Field Goals Attempted One Game Tricia Lukawski.....................................29, vs. Adams State, 1990-91 Tricia Lukawski....................................28, vs. Adams State, 1990-91 Shauna Smith........................ 25, vs. University of Denver, 1993-94

Most Field Goals Made One Game Shauna Smith........................ 15, vs. University of Denver, 1993-94 Tricia Lukawaski...........14, vs. North Dakota-Williston, 1990-91 Tricia Lukawski.............................13, vs. Black Hills State, 1989-90 Kaitlin Petri..........................................13, vs. Western N.M., 2009-10

Most Field Goals Attempted One Season Tricia Lukawski.................................................................... 481, 1991-92 Tricia Lukawski.................................................................... 462, 1990-91

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Most Field Goals Made One Season Tricia Lukawski.................................................................... 191, 1992-93 Shauna Smith........................................................................ 191, 1993-94 Tricia Lukawski.................................................................... 182, 1991-92 Most Field Goals Made Career Tricia Lukawski.................................................................... 667, 1989-93 Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................... 502, 1991-95 Best Field Goal Percentage One Game (Minimum of 10 shots) Starla Paules.....90.9 (10 of 11), vs. College of St. Mary, 1988-89 Janice Eisenmenger....81.8 (9-11) vs. Black Hills State, 1989-89 Mutton Bennett.............81.8 (9-11) vs. Colorado Mines, 1996-97 Shauna Smith................... 80 (8-10) vs. Colorado Mines, 1993-94 Tanya Weber...............................80 (8-10) vs. Metro State, 1997-98

Best Field Goal Percentage One Season Starla Paules.............................................. 53.4% (165-309), 1988-89 Janelle Hutt.................................................... 53.2% (67-126) 1997-98 Marie Worsham............................................... 52.0 (93-179) 2002-03

Best Field Goal Percentage Career Starla Paules..........................................52.0% (221 of 425), 1987-89 Janelle Hutt................................................ 50.4% (402-797), 1997-01 Marie Worsham.............................................48.7 (191-392) 2001-03 Most 3-Pointers Attempted One Game Lexi Smidt...................................................16, vs. Mesa State, 2010-11 Alyssa Lyman........................... 15, vs. Colorado Christian, 2008-09 Lexi Smidt.........................................15, vs. Colorado Mines, 2010-11 Mary Perrien....................14, vs. Mid-America Nazarene, 1988-89 Tricia Lukawski..............14, vs. North Dakota-Williston, 1990-91 Tricia Luckawski..................... 14, vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 1990-91 Kristy Long.............................................. 12, vs. Upper Iowa, 2007-08 Kristy Long......................................12, vs. Augustana (SD), 2008-09 Alyssa Lyman..................................12, vs. Augustana (SD), 2008-09 Most 3-Pointers Made One Game Tricia Lukawski.................................8, vs. Colorado Mines, 1992-93 Tricia Lukawski.................................... 7, vs. Western State, 1991-92 Tricia Lukawski........................................... 6, vs. Black Hills, 1989-90 Tricia Lukawski..... 6, vs. Wayne State & Kearney State, 1990-91 Tricia Lukawski..............6, vs. Dana and Kearney State, 1992-93 Dwan Hereford..........................................6, vs. Metro State, 2003-04 Kristy Long.................................................6, vs. Upper Iowa, 2007-08 Alyssa Lyman......................................6 vs. Augustana (SD), 2008-09 Kristy Long..........................................6 vs. Augustana (SD), 2008-09 Tabitha Gutierrez........................................... 6 vs. Air Force, 2008-09 Lexi Smidt............................ 6 vs. UCCS & Colorado Mines, 2010-11

Most 3-Pointers Attempted One Season Alyssa Lyman........................................................................ 221, 2008-09 Tricia Lukawski.................................................................... 201, 1991-92 Tricia Lukawski.................................................................... 189, 1990-91 Lexi Smidt............................................................................... 173, 2010-11 Kristy Long............................................................................ 159, 2008-09 Mary Perrien......................................................................... 151, 1987-88


Most 3-Pointers Made One Season Alyssa Lyman...........................................................................81, 2008-09 Tricia Lukawski.......................................................................78, 1992-93 Mary Perrien............................................................................70, 1987-88 Tricia Lukawski.......................................................................69, 1991-92 Dwan Hereford........................................................................60, 2003-04 Kristy Long...............................................................................60, 2008-09

Most 3-Pointers Made Career Tricia Lukawski.................................................................... 238, 1989-93 Mary Perrien......................................................................... 147, 1986-89

Best Three-Point Percentage One Season Mary Perrien...................................................... 50% (36-72), 1986-87 Mary Perrien................................................ 46.4% (70-151), 1987-88 Tricia Lukawski.............................................45.0% (36-80) 1989-90 Andrea Demasi...............................................44.4% (46-73), 2000-01 Tricia Lukawski........................................... 43.6% (78-179), 1992-93 Best 3-Point Percentage Career Mary Perrien..................................................42.5 (147-346), 1986-89 Tricia Lukawski.............................................36.7 (238-649), 1989-93 Most Free Throws Attempted One Game Lorna Dahlgren.........................20, vs. Minnesota-Duluth, 1994-95

Most Free Throws Made One Game Mary Perrien........................................14 vs. Kearney State, 1988-89 Lorna Dahlgren...14, vs. Minnesota-Duluth & Black Hills, 94-95 Lorna Dahlgren................................................. 14, vs. Huron, 1994-95 Lacy Orpin.................................. 14, vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 1994-95 Kaitlin Petri.......................................................... 14, vs. Regis, 2009-10

Most Free Throws Attempted One Season Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................... 280, 1994-95 Lacy Orpin.............................................................................. 237, 1994-95 Most Free Throws Made One Season Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................... 191, 1994-95 Lacy Orpin.............................................................................. 179, 1994-95 Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................... 119, 1993-94 Kaitlin Petri........................................................................... 119, 2009-10 Sunni Busch........................................................................... 112, 2008-09 unni Busch............................................................................. 104, 2006-07 Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................... 101, 1992-93 Most Free Throws Made Career Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................... 492, 1991-95 Sunni Busch........................................................................... 299, 2006-09 Tricia Lukawski.................................................................... 297, 1989-93

Best Free Throw Percentage One Game Lacy Orpin................... 100% (12-12), vs. Western State, 1994-95 Sunni Busch...... 100% (11-11), vs. Colorado Christian, 2008-09 Lorna Dahlgren............ 100% (9-9) vs. Dickinson State, 1993-94 Robbin Pulliam................. 92.9% (13-14) vs. Fort Lewis, 1999-00 Tanya Weber................................. 92.3% (12-13) vs. UCCS, 1997-98

Best Free Throw Percentage One Season (Minimum 45 attempts) Melissa Burke.................................................89.2% (74-83), 1998-99

Mary Perrien...................................................87.6% (78-89), 1986-87 Sunni Busch................................................................... 85.5% (112-131) Natalyn Cummings.......................................84.8% (39-46), 2006-07 Morgan Campbell..........................................82.5% (80-97), 2004-05 Kaitlin Petri............................................... 82.1% (119-145), 2009-10 Tricia Lukawski..............................................81.7% (49-60), 1989-90 Carla Dowdy....................................................81.6% (40-49), 1998-99

Best Free Throw Percentage Career Mary Perrien............................................. 82.6% (284-344), 1986-89 Sunni Busch............................................... 81.0% (299-369), 2006-09 Melissa Burke......................................77.4% (257-332), 1997-2001 Tricia Lukawski........................................ 75.8% (297-392), 1989-93 Most Consecutive Free Throws Mary Perrien............................................................................33, 1986-87 Melissa Burke..........................................................................23, 1998-99 Most Rebounds One Game Laurie Tucker....................................... 20, vs. Dana College, 1981-82 Cyndee Wooden....................................20, vs. Wayne State, 1982-83

Most Rebounds One Season Kim Lytle................................................................................. 264, 1979-80 Sunni Busch........................................................................... 255, 2008-09 Shauna Smith........................................................................ 250, 1991-92 Amee Williams.....................................................................229; 1990-91 Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................... 218, 1994-95 Tes Spahr................................................................................ 214, 1990-91 Cyndee Wooden................................................................... 202, 1982-83

Most Rebounds Career Shauna Smith........................................................................ 614, 1990-94 Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................... 614, 1991-95 Tanya Weber.......................................................................... 605, 1994-98 Sunni Busch........................................................................... 587, 2006-09 Janelle Hutt.......................................................................580, 1997-2001 Kim Lytle................................................................................. 561, 1979-82 Kim Petty................................................................................ 554, 2001-04 Lindsay Erwin..................................................................510, 2001-2005 Most Assists One Game Maureen Cooney...........................10, vs. Black Hills State, 1981-82 Lisa Berry...................................10, vs. South Dakota Tech, 1985-86 Tricia Lukawski..............................10, Colorado Christian, 1991-92 Lorna Dahlgren.......... 10, vs. Dickinson State & Denver, 1993-94 Jami Huckfeldt................................ 10, vs. Dickinson State, 1995-96 Erin Scherry.........................................10, vs. Mesa State, 2004-2005 Sunni Busch..........................10, vs. Western New Mexico, 2007-08 Most Assists One Season Lacy Orpin.............................................................................. 129, 1994-95 Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................... 121, 1994-95 Kaitlin Petri........................................................................... 121, 2009-10 Jami Huckfeldt...................................................................... 120, 1995-96 Lacy Orpin.............................................................................. 113, 1993-94 Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................... 108, 1992-93 Tricia Lukawski.................................................................... 104, 1991-92 Highest Average Assists One Season Kaitlin Petri.......................................................................... 4.84, 2009-10 Jami Huckfeldt........................................................................4.5, 1996-97

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Most Assists Career Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................... 424, 1991-95 Jami Huckfeldt...................................................................... 347, 1993-97 Braidi Hladky........................................................................ 345, 1996-01 Lacy Orpin.............................................................................. 341, 1992-95 Most Steals One Game Lorna Dahlgren.................................9, vs. Colorado Mines, 1993-94 Jami Huckfeldt......................................... 8, vs. Adams State, 1995-96 Sunni Busch................................................. 8, vs. Dominican, 2008-09 Lacy Orpin..............................................................7, vs. Huron, 1994-95 Braidi Hladky......................7, vs. New Mexico Highlands, 1998-99 Erin Scherry..................................................7 vs. Mesa State, 2004-05

Most Steals One Season Jami Huckfeldt.........................................................................77, 1995-96 Jami Huckfeldt.........................................................................71, 1996-97 Braidi Hladky...........................................................................70, 1999-00 Lorna Dahlgren.......................................................................68, 1994-95 Lorna Dahlgren.......................................................................66, 1991-92 Lorna Dahlgren.......................................................................64, 1993-94 Lacy Orpin.................................................................................63, 1993-94 Lorna Dahlgren.......................................................................62, 1992-93 Braidi Hladky...........................................................................62, 1998-99 Lacy Orpin.................................................................................60, 1994-95

Most Steals Career Lorna Dahlgren.................................................................... 260, 1991-95 Braidi Hladky........................................................................ 236, 1996-01 Jami Huckfelt......................................................................... 215, 1993-97 Most Blocked Shots One Game Tes Spahr............. 12, vs Miles City Community College, 1990-91 Tes Spahr................................................... 9, vs. Wayne State, 1990-91 Jazmyn Webster..................................................... 7, vs. UCCS, 2010-11

Most Blocked Shots One Season Tes Spahr....................................119, vs. four-year schools, 1990-91 Highest Average Blocked Shots One Season Tes Spahr........................ 5.2 (119, vs. four-year schools, 1990-91)

TEAM RECORDS

Most Points One Game 111..........................................................................vs. Fort Lewis1994-95 108......vs. Colorado Mines, 1992-93, & Mayville State, 1993-94 Most Points One Season 2,243..........................................................................1994-95; (30 games) Highest Scoring Average Season 83.0............................................(2,241 points in 27 games), 1992-93 Most Field Goals Attempted One Game 89............................................................... vs. Teikyo-Westmar, 1992-93 Most Field Goals Made One Game 42............................................................... vs. Teikyo-Westmar, 1992-93 Most Field Goals Attempted One Season 1,840................................................................................................... 1991-92 Most Field Goals Made One Season 834...................................................................................................... 1992-93 Best Field Goal Percentage One Game 62.9 (39-52)........................................... vs. Colorado Mines, 1992-93

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Best Field Goal Percentage One Season 45.8.......................................................................... (834-1,822), 1992-93 Most 3-Pointers Made One Game 16................................................................ vs. Augustana (SD), 2008-09 15................................................................ vs. Colorado Mines, 2000-01 14..............................................................vs. Johnson & Wales, 2008-09 14......................................................................................vs. UCCS, 2009-10 12.........................................................................vs. Metro State, 2003-04 Most 3-Pointers Made One Season 261...................................................................................................... 2008-09 205...................................................................................................... 2000-01 176...................................................................................................... 1999-00 173...................................................................................................... 2009-10 160...................................................................................................... 2003-04 141...................................................................................................... 2007-08 Best Three-Point Percentage One Season 44.8.................................................................................(86-192), 1987-88 40.1.................................................................................(95-237), 1989-90 Best Three-Point Percentage One Game 72.7................................................................... (8-11) vs. UCCS, 2010-11 66.7................................................. (8-12) vs. Western State, 2007-08 62.5........................................... (15-24) vs. Colorado Mines, 2000-01 60........................................................(12-20) vs. Metro State, 2003-04 Most Free Throws Attempted One Game 49......vs. Mesa State, 1993-94 and South Dakota Tech, 1996-97 Most Free Throws Made One Game 37....................................vs. Fort Hays State (46 attempts), 1992-93 Most Free Throws Attempted One Season 838...................................................................................................... 1994-95 Most Free Throws Made One Season 576...................................................(attempted 838, 68.7%), 1994-95 Best Free Throw Percentage One Game 92.3%..........................................(23-25), vs. Western State, 1994-95 Best Free Throw Percentage One Season 72.0%..........................................................................(327-454), 1987-88 Most Rebounds One Game 68............................................................... vs. Black Hills State, 1982-83 Highest Rebound Average One Season 55.5..........................................................(1,165 in 22 games), 1982-83 Most Rebounds In a Season 1,213................................................................................................... 1992-93 Most Assists In One Game 30..........................................................vs. Johnson and Wales, 2007-08 Most Assists In One Season 464...................................................................................................... 1992-93 Highest Assist Average In One Season 17.2..............................................................(464 in 27 games), 1992-93 Most Steals In One Game 25....................................................................... vs. Adams State, 1993-94 Most Steals In One Season 356...................................................................................................... 1993-94 Highest Steals Average In One Season 13.2..............................................................(356 in 27 games), 1993-94 Most Blocked Shots In One Game 20....................................................................... vs. Wayne State, 1990-91 Most Blocked Shots In One Season 176...................................................................................................... 1990-91 Highest Blocked Shots Average In One Season 6.8.................................................................(176 in 26 games), 1990-91 *Records were incomplete 1975-77


Chadron State Season-by-Season Leaders Top Seasonal Scorers Year 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86

Name Darla Schooley Carol Bachmann Gwen Reed Carol Bachmann Gwen Reed Beth Cantrell Darla Schooley Gwen Reed Gwen Reed Maureen Cooney Pam Van Neste Ginger Elm Maureen Cooney Barb Zurn Maureen Cooney Kim Lytle Barb Zurn Laurie Tucker Maureen Cooney Laurie Tucker Cyndee Wooden Deb Sylte Jane Buyok Deb Sylte Jane Buyok Mary Perrien Cathy Marshall

Points Avg. 115 9.6 91 7.6 162 11.6 119 9.2 426 20.3 267 12.7 156 8.2 344 15.6 556 20.6 356 14.8 224 10.7 229 10.0 368 13.6 281 11.2 282 13.4 172 8.2 163 9.6 268 12.7 241 11.6 265 12.6 247 11.8 271 12.9 200 10.5 388 17.6 236 9.8 376 17.1 154 7.3

Top Seasonal Rebounders

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

Name Mary Perrien Amy Randel Mary Perrien Amy Randel Starla Paules Michelle Dahlberg Tricia Lukawski Tari Nelson Tricia Lukawski Amee Williams Tricia Lukawski Shauna Smith Tricia Lukawski Shauna Smith Shauna Smith Lorna Dahlgren Lacy Orpin Lorna Dahlgren Tanya Weber Patty Jeffers Patty Jeffers Tanya Weber Tanya Weber Carla Dowdy Melissa Burke Janelle Hutt Janelle Hutt Roxi Hoegerl

Points Avg. 388 18.5 273 13.0 433 20.6 263 12.5 382 14.7 342 13.2 319 16.0 240 12.0 486 20.3 312 12.0 532 18.3 332 11.4 532 19.7 356 13.2 481 17.8 399 14.8 567 18.9 521 17.4 299 11.5 270 10.0 340 12.6 304 11.3 356 13.7 296 10.3 295 10.9 285 10.6 281 10.0 265 9.5

Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Name Points Avg. Janelle Hutt 349 12.5 Andrea Demasi 316 11.3 Melissa Burke 288 10.7 Marie Worsham 255 9.8 Kim Petty 239 9.2 Kim Petty 249 8.9 Marie Worsham 233 8.2 Dwan Hereford 337 13.0 Kim Petty 323 12.4 Taylor Cady 384 14.2 Erin Scherry 233 8.6 Bec Kyba 416 15.4 Erin Scherry 257 9.5 Sunni Busch 286 11.9 Natalyn Cummings 274 10.1 Sunni Busch 361 13.4 Kristy Long 243 10.1 Sunni Busch 420 15.6 Alyssa Lyman 377 14.0 Kaitlin Petri 478 19.1 Samantha Arkulari 234 8.7 Lexi Smidt 229 8.8 Marla Munsen 199 7.7

Year Name 79-80 Kim Lytle Barb Zurn

G Reb Avg. 21 264 12.6 21 210 10.0

Year Name 92-93 Shauna Smith Lisa Arnett

G Reb Avg. 27 157 5.8 27 125 4.6

Year Name G Reb Avg. 05-06 Chelsea DeHaven 27 179 6.6 Bec Kyba 27 146 5.4

80-81

Kim Lytle Barb Zurn

21 17

161 134

7.7 7.8

93-94

Shauna Smith Lorna Dahlgren

27 27

170 147

6.3 5.4

06-07

Sunni Busch Krisha Sibrel

24 27

167 112

7.0 4.1

81-82

Laurie Tucker Kim Lytle

21 21

192 136

9.1 7.6

94-95

Lorna Dahlgren Jennifer Bonser

30 30

218 208

7.3 6.9

82-83

Cyndee Wooden Laurie Tucker

21 21

202 185

9.6 8.8

95-96

Tanya Weber Mutton Bennett

26 26

165 120

6.3 4.6

83-84

Jane Buyok Cyndee Wooden

19 21

138 124

7.3 5.9

96-97

Mutton Bennett Tanya Weber

27 27

167 154

6.7 5.7

84-85

Jane Buyok Shawna Wittman

24 25

152 152

6.3 6.1

97-98

Tanya Weber Roxi Hoegerl

26 26

144 115

5.5 4.4

07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11

Sunni Busch Corissa Kesterson Sunni Busch Chelsea DeHaven Kaitlin Petri Kelsey Scott Jazmyn Webster Kelsey Scott

27 27 27 27 25 27 26 26

165 129 255 150 197 141 143 136

6.1 4.8 9.4 5.6 7.9 5.2 5.5 5.2

85-86

Cathy Marshall Cindy Wessling

21 21

150 109

7.1 5.1

98-99

Misty Odell Janelle Hutt

26 27

173 158

6.7 5.9

86-87

Amy Randel Nicole Dietz

21 20

196 153

9.3 7.7

99-00

Janelle Hutt Roxi Hoegerl

28 28

166 115

5.9 4.1

87-88

Amy Randel Starla Paules

21 21

176 119

8.4 5.7

00-01

Janelle Hutt Roxi Hoegerl

28 28

151 144

5.4 5.1

88-89

Starla Paules Tari Nelson

26 26

187 125

7.2 4.8

01-02

Kim Petty Marie Worsham

26 26

181 129

7.0 5.0

89-90

Amee Williams Noelle Erickson

20 20

114 95

5.7 4.8

02-03

Kim Petty Lindsay Erwin

28 28

177 134

6.3 4.8

90-91

Amee Williams Tes Spahr

26 25

229 214

8.8 8.6

03-04

Kim Petty Lindsay Erwin

26 26

196 114

7.5 4.4

91-92

Shauna Smith Dawn Hutchins

29 26

250 144

8.6 5.5

04-05

Lindsay Erwin Taylor Cady

27 27

163 149

6.0 5.5

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Record of CSC Women’s Basketball, 1973-2011 Current Opponents..................................................W............................... L CSC Yearly Records Adams State College................................................ 17..............................11 Black Hills State....................................................... 38............................. 10 Colorado Christian College...................................... 28............................. 10 Colorado-Colorado Springs...................................... 11............................... 9 Colorado School of Mines........................................ 28............................. 18 Colorado State-Pueblo............................................... 5..............................11 Fort Lewis College...................................................... 8............................. 16 Mesa State College.................................................. 10............................. 21 Metropolitan State College....................................... 14............................. 24 Montana State-Billings............................................... 3............................... 7 Nebraska-Kearney, University of ............................. 13............................. 67 New Mexico Highlands University............................ 17............................. 13 Regis University......................................................... 9............................. 26 Western New Mexico.................................................. 1............................... 4 Western State College.............................................. 21..............................11 Wyoming, University of............................................... 0............................... 8 Total....................................................................... 223........................... 266

CSC’s Record vs. Former Opponents

Former Opponents.............................................................. W.................L Air Force Academy..................................................................1................. 3 Alaska-Fairbanks, University of...............................................3................. 0 Augustana College..................................................................1................. 6 Casper College......................................................................15................. 2 College of St. Mary..................................................................4............... 13 Colorado Baptist University.....................................................2................. 0 Colorado College.....................................................................4................. 3 Concordia College...................................................................6................. 8 Concordia-St. Paul..................................................................0................. 1 Creighton University................................................................0................. 2 Dana College...........................................................................5................. 4 Dakota Wesleyan University ...................................................4................. 0 Denver University....................................................................4................. 4 Dickinson State University ......................................................3................. 6 Doane College.........................................................................4................. 9 Dominican University................................................................. 1.................. 0 Eastern Wyoming College.......................................................1................. 1 Ellsworth AFB..........................................................................2................. 0 Fort Hays State University ....................................................11............... 24 Great Falls, University of.........................................................1................. 1 Hastings College.....................................................................0............... 10 Huron University......................................................................0................. 1 Jamestown College.................................................................0................. 3 J.F. Kennedy College..............................................................0 ................ 1 Johnson & Wales.....................................................................5................. 0 Mankato State University .......................................................1................. 0 Mary, University of...................................................................0................. 5 Mayville, N.D., State College...................................................1................. 0 Mid-America Nazerene............................................................1................. 1 Midland Lutheran College.......................................................0............... 10 Miles City, Mont., College........................................................1................. 0 Minnesota Crookston..............................................................0................. 1 Minnesota-Duluth....................................................................0................. 2 Minnesota State-Mankato.......................................................1................. 1 Minnesota State-Moorhead.....................................................0................. 2 Minot State University.............................................................3................. 0 Missouri-St. Louis....................................................................1................. 0 Montana Tech..........................................................................0................. 1 Mount Marty College...............................................................1................. 1 National College ...................................................................10............... 11 NCE School of Commerce-Omaha.........................................0................. 2

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Year...............................Record 1973-74.............................. 6-11 1974-75..............................5-10 1975-76............................ 11-10 1976-77............................ 11-11 1977-78..............................4-22 1978-79............................12-12 1979-80............................13-15 1980-81............................ 10-11 1981-82..............................8-13 1982-83............................ 11-11 1983-84..............................8-13 1984-85..............................8-17 1985-86..............................8-14 1986-87..............................9-12 1987-88..............................14-7 1988-89............................16-10 1989-90............................10-10 1990-91............................13-13 1991-92..............................7-22 1992-93..............................18-9

Year...............................Record 1993-94..............................18-9 1994-95..............................22-8 1995-96............................13-14 1996-97............................ 11-16 1997-98..............................9-17 1998-99............................ 11-16 1999-00..............................20-8 2000-01..............................19-9 2001-02..............................5-21 2002-03............................13-15 2003-04..............................8-18 2004-05..............................7-20 2005-06..............................4-23 2006-07..............................2-25 2007-08..............................9-18 2008-09............................ 11-16 2009-10..............................8-19 2010-11...............................6-20 Total.............................401-539

Former Opponents.............................................................. W.................L Nebraska-Omaha....................................................................0................. 4 Nebraska Wesleyan University................................................6................. 4 Newman University.................................................................1................. 0 North Dakota, University of.....................................................1................. 0 North Dakota-Williston.............................................................2................. 2 North Dakota State University.................................................0................. 3 Northern Colorado University..................................................1................. 7 Northeast Missouri State ........................................................1................. 2 Northeast, Colo., Junior College.............................................1 ................ 1 Northern State.........................................................................0................. 9 Northwest Missouri University.................................................0................. 1 Northwest, Wyo., College........................................................1................. 1 Northwestern, Iowa, College...................................................0................. 1 Oklahoma Christian College....................................................0................. 1 Oklahoma City University........................................................0................. 1 Oklahoma Panhandle State....................................................0................. 1 Peru State College................................................................18............... 17 Rockmont, Colo., College........................................................2................. 0 Rocky Mountain, Mont., College.............................................2................. 7 Sheridan Junior College..........................................................1................. 1 Sioux Falls, University of.........................................................1................. 0 South Dakota State.................................................................0................. 1 South Dakota Mines..............................................................32............... 19 South Dakota, University of.....................................................0................. 8 Southwestern Minnesota State...............................................0................. 6 Teikyo Westmar, Iowa..............................................................1................. 0 Texas A&M-Kingsville..............................................................0................. 1 Upper Iowa..............................................................................0................. 1 Vermillion Community College................................................1................. 0 Wayne State JV.......................................................................0................. 1 Wayne State College...............................................................4............... 25 West Texas A & M....................................................................0................. 4 Western Nebraska Community College .................................2................. 1 Western Washington...............................................................0................. 2 Winona State University..........................................................0................. 1 Yankton College......................................................................1................. 0 Totals..................................................................................176............. 272


Chadron State College Women’s Basketball Top 25 Top 25 Career Scorers

Top 25 Single Season Scorers

Name.................... Points ...................Year 1. Lacy Orpin................. 567.............. 1994-95 2. Gwen Reed............... 556.............. 1977-78 3. Tricia Lukawski.......... 532.............. 1991-92 Tricia Lukawski.......... 532.............. 1992-93 5. Lorna Dahlgren.......... 521.............. 1994-95 6. Tricia Lukawski.......... 486.............. 1990-91 7. Shauna Smith............ 481.............. 1993-94 8. Kaitlin Petri................ 478.............. 2009-10 9. Mary Perrien.............. 433.............. 1987-88 10. Gwen Reed............... 424.............. 1975-76 11. Sunni Busch............... 420.............. 2008-09 12. Bec Kyba................... 416.............. 2005-06 13. Lorna Dahlgren.......... 399.............. 1993-94 14. Deb Sylte................... 388.............. 1984-85 Mary Perrien.............. 388.............. 1986-87 16. Taylor Cady................ 384.............. 2004-05 17. Starla Paules............. 382.............. 1988-89 18. Alyssa Lyman............ 377.............. 2008-09 19. Mary Perrien.............. 376.............. 1985-86 20. Maureen Cooney....... 368.............. 1979-80 21. Sunni Busch.............. 361.............. 2007-08 22. Shauna Smith............ 356.............. 1992-93 Maureen Cooney....... 356.............. 1978-79 Tanya Weber............. 356.............. 1997-98 25. Janelle Hutt............... 349.............. 2000-01

Top 25 Per Game Averages

Name........................Avg.....................Year 1. Gwen Reed.............. 21.4.............. 1977-78 2. Mary Perrien............. 20.6.............. 1987-88 3. Tricia Lukawski......... 20.3.............. 1990-91 4. Gwen Reed.............. 20.2.............. 1975-76 5. Tricia Lukawski......... 19.7.............. 1992-93 6. Kaitlin Petri............... 19.1.............. 2009-10 7. Lacy Orpin................ 18.9.............. 1994-95 8. Mary Perrien............. 18.5.............. 1986-87 9. Tricia Lukawski......... 18.3.............. 1991-92 10. Shauna Smith........... 17.8.............. 1993-94 11. Deb Sylte.................. 17.6.............. 1984-85 12. Lorna Dahlgren......... 17.4.............. 1994-95 13. Mary Perrien............. 17.1.............. 1985-86 14. Mary Perrien............. 16.4.............. 1988-89 15. Tricia Lukawski......... 16.0.............. 1989-90 16. Gwen Reed.............. 15.6.............. 1976-77 Sunni Busch............. 15.6.............. 2008-09 18. Bec Kyba.................. 15.4.............. 2005-06 19. Lorna Dahlgren......... 14.8.............. 1993-94 20. Starla Paules............ 14.7.............. 1988-89 21. Taylor Cady.............. 14.2.............. 2004-05 22. Alyssa Lyman........... 14.0.............. 2008-09 23. Tanya Weber............ 13.7.............. 1997-98 24. Maureen Cooney...... 13.6.............. 1979-80 25. Maureen Cooney...... 13.4.............. 1980-81 Sunni Busch............. 13.4.............. 2007-08

Kaitlin Petri, left, and Tricia Lukawski, right, are the only Chadron State women’s basketball players to earn All-American honors. The two met for the first time during Homecoming weekend in 2010.

Name.................... Points..................Years 1. Tricia Lukawski....... 1,869.............. 1989-93 2. Lorna Dahlgren....... 1,527.............. 1991-95 3. Mary Perrien........... 1,493.............. 1985-89 4. Gwen Reed............ 1,492.............. 1974-78 5. Maureen Cooney.... 1,247.............. 1978-82 6. Shauna Smith......... 1,215.............. 1991-94 7. Tanya Weber...........1,119.............. 1994-98 8. Janelle Hutt............ 1,100.............. 1997-01 9. Sunni Busch........... 1,067.............. 2006-09 10. Melissa Burke............ 956.............. 1997-01 11. Roxi Hoegerl.............. 923.............. 1997-01 12. Lacy Orpin................. 871.............. 1992-95 13. Kim Petty....................811.............. 2001-04 14. Braidi Hladky............. 808.............. 1996 01 15 Lisa Arnett................. 796.............. 1992-95 16. Samantha Arkulari..... 792.............. 2006-10 17. Alyssa Lyman............ 777.............. 2006-10 18 Carla Dowdy.............. 765.............. 1996-00 19. Tari Nelson................ 764.............. 1986-90 20. Lindsay Erwin............ 672.............. 2001-05 21. Patty Jeffers............... 664.............. 1994-97 22. Jami Huckfeldt........... 663.............. 1993-97 23. Deb Sylte................... 659.............. 1983-85 24. Bec Kyba................... 600.............. 2004-06 25. Taylor Cady............... 599.............. 2003-05

Most Points Scored in a Single Game

Name.............................Points............. Opponent........................................ Year 1. Gwen Reed..........................42............. Mount Marty................................1976-77 2. Gwen Reed..........................41............. Nebraska Wesleyan....................1975-76 3. Bec Kyba..............................36............. Metro State..................................2005-06 4. Tricia Lukawski.....................35............. Black Hills State..........................1989-90 Shauna Smith.......................35............. Univ of Denver............................1993-94 6. Tricia Lukawski.....................34............. Nebr.-Kearney.............................1992-93 7. Mary Perrien.........................33............. Univ of Denver............................1987-88 Lorna Dahlgrem....................33............. Huron University..........................1994-95 9. Gwen Reed..........................32............. S.D Tech......................................1975-76 Gwen Reed..........................32............. Casper College...........................1975-76 Tricia Lukawski.....................32............. Colo Christian..............................1990-91 Tricia Lukawski.....................32............. Adams State................................1991-92 Sunni Busch.........................32............. UC-Colorado Springs..................2007-08 Kaitlin Petri...........................32............. Colorado Christian......................2009-10 15. Maureen Cooney..................31............. Nebraska Wesleyan....................1979-80 Mary Perrien.........................31............. Univ No Colo...............................1986-87 Mary Perrien.........................31............. Wayne State................................1986-87 Tricia Lukawski.....................31............. Adams State................................1992-93 Lacy Orpin............................31............. Fort Hays State...........................1994-95 20. Tricia Lukawski.....................30............. Fort Lewis, Western State...........1990-91 Shauna Smith.......................30............. Adams State................................1993-94 Lacy Orpin............................30............. Mesa State..................................1994-95 Kaitlin Petri...........................30............. Metro, WNM, N.M. Highlands.....2009-10 25. Mary Perrien.........................29............. S.D Tech, UNK............................1988-89 Shauna Smith.......................29............. Nebr.-Kearney, Black Hills.....1992-93, 94 Lorna Dahlgren.....................29............. Minn.-Duluth................................1994-95 Sunni Busch.........................29............. Colorado Christian......................2008-09 Kaitlin Petri...........................29............. UCCS, Mesa State......................2009-10

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Game Results, 1973-2010 Mary Ann Boese Coached: 1973-78 Career: 37-58 (38.9%)

Kearney State South Dakota Tech National College of Business Nebraska Wesleyan (OT) College of St. Mary Peru State Augustana College National College of Business Mount Marty Yankton Black Hills State Casper College Nebraska Wesleyan Peru State Coach: Mary Ann Boese * Forfeit

L 41-74 W 50-42 W 63-22 L 68-70 L 41-57 L 42-61 L 50-57 W 47-17 W 85-83 W 61-44 W 63-34 W 45-39 L * L 53-58

1973-74 (6-11) Casper College W 34-25 Kearney State L 13-55 Kearney State L 31-68 Kearney State L 17-61 Kearney State L 21-66 AFB Ellsworth W 44-22 Rocky Mountain College L 20-69 Powell W 46-18 Powell L 22-35 Rocky Mountain College L 17-49 1977-78 (4-22) NWCC Sterling L 28-29 Metropolitan State L 30-31 Wyoming L 20-52 Colorado College L 65-48 AFB Ellsworth W 36-35 Black Hills State W 56-53 Casper College W 36-21 Hastings L 80-64 Creighton L 27-52 Kearney State L 70-36 Doane W 70-27 Casper College W 63-57 J.F.K. L 47-68 NCE School of Commerce L 87-67 Coach: Mary Ann Boese NCE School of Commerce L 71-55 1974-75 (5-10) Northern L 72-67 Nebraska Wesleyan W 68-18 Peru State L 55-54 College of St. Mary L 36-49 Dickinson State L 83-51 Peru State W 54-45 Wyoming L 72-54 Wayne State L 25-75 Denver University L 87-68 Sterling Colorado W 50-42 Eastern Montana W 58-56 Kearney State L 77-59 Concordia L 64-42 Sterling L 20-39 Concordia L 53-37 Casper College W 44-36 Augustana L 74-68 Kearney State L 50-30 Peru State L 54-31 Concordia W 49-46 Black Hills State L 79-78 Casper College L 31-33 South Dakota Tech W 57-56 Wyoming L 46-67 Mount Marty L 60-55 Wayne State L 84-36 College of St. Mary L 58-42 Concordia L 58-31 Casper College L 72-59 College of St. Mary L 39-49 Nebraska Wesleyan L 60-36 Coach: Mary Ann Boese Peru State L 71-50 Nebraska Wesleyan L 82-76 1975-76 (11-11) Coach: Mary Ann Boese South Dakota Tech W 49-41 Midland College L 79-30 Kearney State L 70-42 Mack Peyton Eastern Wyoming L 39-40 Black Hills State W 48-42 Coached: 1978-79 Kearney State L 71-48 Career: 12-12 (50%) Eastern Wyoming W 41-29 South Dakota Tech L 35-37 South Dakota Tech W 74-63 1978-79 (12-12) Concordia L 47-63 North Dakota W 46-40 Nebraska Wesleyan W 54-40 Midland L 84-42 College of St. Mary L 49-71 Nebraska Wesleyan W 61-41 Casper College W 60-55 Concordia W 52-45 Black Hills State W 46-42 Hastings L 76-57 Peru State W 53-46 Kearney State L 60-46 Peru State L 54-67 Dakota Wesleyan W 77-59 Casper College W 57-56 Northern State College L 70-47 Wayne State L 63-72 Mankato State W 64-61 Dakota Wesleyan W 76-52 Rocky Mountain College L 55-39 Kearney State L 46-78 Rocky Mountain College L 42-41 Nebraska Wesleyan W 82-42 Doane W 55-49 Peru State L 43-62 Kearney State L 67-44 Coach: Mary Ann Boese Augustana W 75-60 Casper College L 63-49 1976-77 (11-11) Peru State W 54-48 South Dakota Tech W 52-33 Black Hills State W 52-48 Black Hills State W 62-58 Casper College W 64-53 Midland L 44-95 Black Hills State W 80-70 Kearney State L 50-71 South Dakota Tech L 47-46 Creighton L 44-54 Concordia W 57-56 Casper College W 48-43 Hastings L 69-63 Northern Colorado L 45-58 Coach: Mack Peyton Peru State W 59-45

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Marge Burkett Coached: 1979-83 Career: 42-50 (45.6%)

1979-80 (14-14) Nebraska Wesleyan W 72-71 Concordia L 82-60 Nebraska Western W 64-36 Rocky Mountain W 64-58 Rocky Mountain L 46-36 Black Hills State W 68-65 Hastings L 77-63 Dickinson State L 64-53 Dakota Wesleyan W 69-67 Kearney State L 85-43 College of St. Mary L 61-46 Casper College W 58-41 Rocky Mountain L 67-49 Eastern Montana L 63-42 Kearney State L 79-51 Peru State W 57-56 Doane L 58-52 College of St. Mary (2OT) L 72-71 Casper College W 55-43 Wyoming L 98-51 Black Hills State W 68-59 South Dakota Tech W 79-69 Peru State W 61-50 Nebraska Western W 77-51 South Dakota Tech L 82-64 Kearney State L 68-62 Peru State W 45-34 Nebraska-Omaha L 79-47 Coach: Marge Burkett 1980-81 (10-11) College of St. Mary L 65-48 Midland L 81-42 Concordia W 54-42 Nebraska Wesleyan W 50-49 Black Hills State W 70-43 Casper College W 66-43 Kearney State L 63-57 Air Force L 84-52 Fort Hays L 89-85 Alaska-Fairbanks W 78-68 Casper College W 54-44 South Dakota Tech W 72-50 Peru State W 66-49 College of St. Mary L 70-65 College of St. Mary L 81-75 Kearney State L 65-49 South Dakota Tech L 62-57 Northern Colorado W 66-63 Black Hills State L 62-53 Peru State W 67-49 Nebraska-Omaha L 99-51 Coach: Marge Burkett 1981-82 (8-13) Dana L 67-58 Midland L 91-55 Wayne State L 55-54 Regis W 58-49 Black Hills State W 86-65 Denver University W 55-54 Kearney State W 63-56 Williston L 71-59 Sheridan L 60-56 Northwest Wyoming L 80-53 Regis L 81-58 Denver University L 62-53 South Dakota Tech L 71-69 Peru State W 79-65 Dana L 65-56 Black Hills State W 79-57


Wayne State Concordia Peru State Kearney State South Dakota Tech Coach: Marge Burkett

L 84-59 W 82-57 W 67-57 L 61-50 L 74-66

1982-83 (11-11) Hastings L 89-56 Doane L 66-47 South Dakota Tech L 68-66 Black Hills State W 69-42 Wayne State L 63-62 Metropolitan State W 67-36 Kearney State L 65-61 Vermillion W 65-64 Metropolitan State W 61-55 Rockmont-forfeit W South Dakota Tech W 61-52 Casper College W 59-41 Rockmont W 60-17 Peru State L 76-64 National College L 55-52 Wayne State L 65-64 National College L 77-60 Black Hills State W 72-50 Peru State W 62-60 Kearney State L 58-47 Casper College W 63-60 Coach: Marge Burkett

Kathy Markey Coached: 1983-84 Career: 8-13 (38%)

1983-84 (8-13) Concordia L 97-54 Dana W 69-64 South Dakota Tech L 61-57 Black Hills State W 65-56 Regis L 52-51 So. Dakota Tech W 74-66 Kearney State W 71-66 Southern Colorado L 79-67 Air Force Academy L 62-48 National College L 86-70 Peru State L 87-62 Dana L 54-47 Northern Colorado L 73-58 Midland Lutheran L 77-48 Wayne State L 62-59 Air Force Academy W 61-59 Peru State W 70-65 Black Hills State W 70-46 National College W 74-69 Kearney State L 59-53 Wayne State L 68-62 Coach: Kathy Markey

Kip Cady Coached: 1984-91 Career: 78-83 (45.6%)

1984-85 (8-17) Doane L 60-49 Hastings L 80-50 Black Hills State W 79-44 South Dakota Tech W 60-57 Northwest Missouri L 85-51 Northeast Missouri W 89-56 Metropolitan State W 58-50 National College L 77-65 Wayne State L 81-58 Midland Lutheran L 84-51 South Dakota Tech L 82-61 Kearney State L 77-64 N.D. Williston L 89-74

National College Dickinson State Black Hills State Metropolitan State National College Peru State College of St. Mary Northern Colorado Peru State Wayne State Kearney State College of St. Mary Coach: Kip Cady

L L L W W W L L W L L L

77-65 73-54 62-56 71-65 75-65 68-65 64-52 60-59 67-64 61-52 81-51 67-41

1985-86 (8-14) Concordia L 55-49 Dana College L 66-59 Northeast Missouri L 76-31 Mid-America Nazarene L 58-54 Black Hills State W 55-51 South Dakota Tech W 79-70 Northern Colorado L 60-47 South Dakota Tech W 81-75 Wayne State L 79-42 National College L 82-67 Kearney State L 67-62 Black Hills State W 69-67 Midland College L 56-48 Metropolitan State L 70-49 Peru State W 69-64 College of St. Mary L 68-54 Wayne State W 75-74 National College W 69-63 Kearney State L 66-49 Peru State L 55-54 College of St. Mary L 67-53 Metropolitan State (2 OT) W 82-78 Coach: Kip Cady 1986-87 (9-12) Hastings L 75-64 Doane W 75-69 Black Hills State L 76-72 National College W 76-70 South Dakota Tech W 68-52 Northern Colorado L 75-69 Wayne State (OT) L 68-66 Midland Lutheran L 74-62 South Dakota Tech W 62-55 College of St. Mary W 82-53 Kearney State (OT) L 61-58 Nebraska Western L 69-58 Colorado Mines W 68-65 Black Hills State W 58-53 Colorado College W 75-57 College of St. Mary L 65-57 Peru State (2-OT) L 76-75 National College L 62-47 Kearney State L 75-78 Peru State W 66-57 Wayne State L 61-69 Coach: Kip Cady 1987-88 (14-7) Doane L 66-58 Concordia W 88-75 South Dakota Tech W 70-56 National College W 80-78 Black Hills State W 66-47 South Dakota Tech W 74-64 Denver University W 77-66 Black Hills State W 81-62 Wayne State L 56-53 Kearney State W 80-58 Colorado Mines W 71-63 Colorado College W 66-54 National College L 81-77 College of St. Mary L 54-53 Peru State L 75-56 Kearney State W 72-67 Peru State L 46-44 College of St. Mary W 73-46 Denver University W 65-53

Wayne State Hastings Coach: Kip Cady

W 69-60 L 70-60

1988-89 (16-10) National College W 62-61 Hastings L 78-57 Dana W 91-58 South Dakota Tech W 79-72 Black Hills State W 75-72 Colorado Christian W 98-44 Mid-America W 85-62 Colorado Baptist W 83-47 Dana L 89-74 Wayne State L 84-75 Black Hills State W 84-53 Kearney State W 98-85 Wyoming L 101-46 Doane L 73-57 Colorado Mines W 65-56 Colorado College L 66-61 South Dakota Tech W 76-67 College of St. Mary W 76-61 Peru State W 67-61 College of St. Mary W 80-53 Peru State L 82-68 Kearney State L 87-76 National College L 77-71 Wayne State W 61-59 Colorado Baptist W 68-53 Doane L 82-36 Coach: Kip Cady 1989-90 (10-10) Sheridan W 69-57 Williston W 71-66 Wayne State L 73-68 South Dakota Tech W 63-51 Black Hills State (OT) W 87-84 Hastings L 64-53 South Dakota Tech W 71-62 Black Hills State W 72-65 Kearney State L 72-66 National College L 81-64 Dana W 71-69 Kearney State L 80-52 Peru State L 84-70 Wayne State L 80-65 Colorado Christian W 79-64 Doane L 109-49 National College L 81-71 Colorado Christian W 76-67 Colorado Mines W 71-61 Midland L 88-67 Coach: Kip Cady Miles City, Montana North Dakota South Dakota Tech Black Hills State South Dakota Tech Wayne State National College Colorado Christian Black Hills State Adams State Fort Lewis Mesa State Western State Colorado Mines Kearney State Fort Hays State Mesa State Western State Colorado Mines Adams State Fort Lewis Kearney State Fort Hays State Colorado Christian National College Wayne State Coach: Kip Cady

1990-91 (13-13) W W W W L W W L W L W L L W L L L W W W L L L W L L

77-64 80-74 90-72 71-44 81-64 77-73 85-77 81-80 71-66 77-62 74-57 70-64 65-57 83-54 59-54 79-47 79-61 68-57 65-60 58-57 61-51 78-47 94-49 67-58 78-60 70-46

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William ‘Bunny’ Rider Coached: 1991-94 Career: 43-40 (51.8%)

1991-92 (7-22) Western State L Fort Lewis L Colorado Mines W Black Hills State L Wayne State L South Dakota Tech W South Dakota Tech L Black Hills State W Colorado Christian W Oklahoma Christian L Wayne State L Doane L Fort Hays State W Colorado Mines W Kearney State L Mesa State L Western State W Adams State L New Mexico Highlands L Mesa State L Western L Adams State L New Mexico Highlands L Kearney State L Colorado Mines L Fort Hays State L Peru State L Peru State L +Concordia L +NAIA District II Playoff Coach: William (Bunny) Rider 1992-93 (18-9) Minot State W South Dakota Tech L Jamestown L Teikyo Westmar W South Dakota Tech W Black Hills State W Wayne State L Wayne State L Dickinson State L Dana W Doane W Fort Hays State L Colorado Mines W Kearney State W Mesa State W Western State W Black Hills State W Adams State W New Mexico Highlands W Mesa State L Western W Kearney State L Adams State W New Mexico Highlands W Fort Hays State W Colorado Mines W #Fort Hays State L Coach: William (Bunny) Rider 1993-94 (18-9) South Dakota Tech W Colorado Christian W Mayville W Minot State W Northern Colorado L Alaska-Fairbanks W New Mexico Highlands W South Dakota Tech L Dickinson State W Denver University W Colorado Mines W Black Hills State L Fort Hays State W

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87-66 66-58 72-62 84-61 84-51 79-75 78-70 80-55 76-69 88-58 84-56 93-63 68-67 87-67 83-41 90-76 81-77 73-68 81-58 98-66 68-65 78-68 74-66 90-73 62-60 65-60 75-57 90-79 69-63

72-59 88-78 88-81 101-56 84-70 86-62 92-84 67-64 93-85 95-75 72-67 69-66 99-67 92-69 84-71 88-51 82-57 85-74 78-63 77-65 93-79 82-74 84-56 93-74 71-64 108-58 78-76

94-66 92-53 108-81 76-59 73-66 94-69 82-67 75-64 94-78 77-75 72-58 61-59 65-56

Kearney State Adams State New Mexico Highlands Mesa State Western New Mexico Highlands Adams State Fort Hays State Kearney State Black Hills State Mesa State Western State Colorado Mines #New Mexico Highlands Coach: Willam (Bunny) Rider

L W W W W L W L L W L W W L

70-63 79-70 87-73 78-74 90-64 77-72 87-68 71-66 71-50 80-64 79-73 71-68 84-44 89-77

Tom Andersen Coached: 1994-2007 Career: 144-210 (40.6%)

1994-95 (22-8) Northern L 98-59 Huron L 93-86 Minnesota-Duluth L 73-59 Alaska-Fairbanks W 91-56 Black Hills State (OT) W 64-61 South Dakota Tech W 75-58 Wyoming L 79-54 South Dakota Tech W 69-63 Colorado Christian W 82-74 *Colorado Mines W 65-55 *New Mexico Highlands W 78-54 *Fort Hays State L 77-67 *Fort Lewis W 111-69 *Adams State W 82-62 *Western State W 93-69 *Mesa State W 67-64 *Fort Lewis L 75-63 *Adams State W 72-65 Black Hills State W 63-59 *New Mexico Highlands W 74-69 *Fort Hays State W 73-57 *Nebraska-Kearney L 87-70 *Mesa State W 85-69 *Western State W 96-75 *Colorado Mines W 75-54 *Nebraska-Kearney W 68-62 #Western State W 80-70 #Nebraska-Kearney W 66-57 #Fort Hays State (2-OT) W 81-80 West Texas A&M L 86-75 *RMAC games #RMAC tournament game Coach: Tom Andersen 1995-96 (13-14) West Texas A&M L West Texas A&M L South Dakota Tech L Black Hills State L Colorado Mines W Dakota Wesleyan W South Dakota Tech W *Nebraska-Kearney L *Fort Hays State L Black Hills State W Northern L Minot State W Dickinson State L *New Mexico Highlands L *Mesa State L *Western State L *Adams State W *Fort Lewis W *Colorado Mines W *New Mexico Highlands W *Nebraska-Kearney L *Fort Hays State L *Mesa State W *Western State W

81-59 86-39 86-80 70-59 76-52 94-78 78-66 67-55 70-63 50-48 74-56 56-55 68-56 78-66 82-64 90-70 66-48 68-61 67-56 78-66 96-71 85-74 67-47 83-67

*Adams State *Fort Lewis #New Mexico Highlands *RMAC games #RMAC tournament Coach: Tom Andersen

W W L

55-45 70-60 83-59

1996-97 (11-16) Southeast State L 70-55 Minnesota-Duluth L 73-46 South Dakota Tech (2-OT) W 88-82 South Dakota Tech L 75-40 *New Mexico Highlands W 70-61 Denver University L 48-37 Southern Colorado W 79-53 Colo.-Colo. Springs W 70-44 Jamestown L 82-73 Dickinson State L 80-74 *Fort Lewis L 65-58 *Adams State W 80-64 *Mesa State W 74-62 *Western State W 75-58 *Regis L 64-59 *Colorado Christian L 70-59 *Nebraska-Kearney L 102-65 *Fort Hays State L 72-54 *Metropolitan State W 61-60 *Colorado Mines W 69-59 *Nebraska-Kearney L 98-58 *Fort Hays State L 71-61 * Regis L 75-67 *Colorado Christian (OT) W 65-62 *Metropolitan State L 64-61 *Colorado Mines W 82-61 #Mesa State L 78-76 *RMAC games #RMAC playoff game Coach: Tom Andersen 1997-98 (9-17) South Dakota Tech L 59-40 Winona L 71-63 Sioux Falls W 66-55 Denver University L 75-58 *New Mexico Highlands L 76-63 South Dakota Tech W 64-63 *Southern Colorado L 79-68 *CU-Colo. Springs W 61-60 Dickinson State W 64-60 Jamestown L 55-53 *Fort Lewis L 61-59 *Adams State W 93-69 *Western State W 56-45 *Mesa State L 76-60 *Regis L 70-53 *Colorado Christian L 78-67 *Fort Hays State W 68-64 *Nebraska-Kearney L 78-91 *Metro State L 50-71 *Colorado Mines L 62-72 *Nebraska-Kearney L 54-98 *Fort Hays State L 49-77 *Regis W 50-46 *Colorado Christian L 74-85 *Metro State L 67-80 *Colorado Mines W 68-59 *RMAC games Coach: Tom Andersen 1998-99 (11-16) Wayne State L South Dakota Tech L Augustana College L Northwestern, Iowa, College L *Regis L *Colorado Christian W South Dakota Tech L *Colorado Mines W *Metropolitan State W *Fort Hays State L *Nebraska-Kearney L Rocky Mountain L Montana State Billings L *Fort Lewis L

79-64 95-73 84-64 90-77 87-75 67-62 72-55 54-49 58-48 85-66 66-50 67-61 71-51 81-78


*Southern Colorado W *Colo.-Colo. Springs L *Adams State W *New Mexico Highlands W *Western W *Mesa State L *Regis University W *Colorado Christian W *Colorado Mines W *Metropolitan State W *Fort Hays State L *Nebraska-Kearney L #Regis University L *RMAC games #RMAC playoff Coach: Tom Andersen

85-54 63-61 73-54 70-63 67-64 65-61 73-71 70-64 68-50 67-62 82-68 68-54 82-72

1999-2000 (20-8) Missouri St. Louis W 63-62 New Mexico Highlands W 83-45 South Dakota Tech W 86-74 Dickinson State W 79-61 *Colorado Christian W 93-63 *Regis W 76-50 South Dakota Tech W 82-77 *Fort Hays State L 82-71 *Nebraska-Kearney L 67-51 Montana State L 76-61 *Rocky Mountain W 68-61 *Colorado Mines W 68-49 *Metropolitan State W 70-55 *Fort Lewis W 71-65 *Southern Colorado W 84-58 *Colo.-Colo. Springs W 69-52 *Adams State W 62-41 *New Mexico Highlands L 88-77 *Western State W 78-63 *Mesa State L 67-45 *Colorado Christian W 76-48 *Regis W 60-57 *Colorado Mines L 66-54 *Metropolitan State L 79-75 *Fort Hays State W 75-53 *Nebraska-Kearney W 76-53 +Metropolitan State W 92-71 +Regis L 62-47 *RMAC games +Playoff games Coach: Tom Andersen 2000-2001 (19-9) South Dakota Tech W 74-71 Black Hills State W 75-62 Texas A&M-Kingsville L 68-96 Fort Lewis W 77-35 Western State W 85-74 *Mesa State L 49-56 *Western State W 63-60 Black Hills State W 99-67 *Adams State W 84-60 Montana State-Billings L 60-90 *CU-Colorado Springs L 65-70 *Southern Colorado W 70-63 *N.M. Highlands (OT) W 88-82 *Fort Lewis W 81-62 *Metro State W 76-66 *Colorado School of Mines W 82-50 *Regis L 58-68 *Colorado Christian W 88-72 *Nebraska-Kearney W 64-53 *Fort Hays State W 88-83 *Colorado Mines L 47-52 *Metro State W 78-64 *Regis (OT) L 73-81 *Colorado Christian W 86-69 *Nebraska-Kearney L 65-84 *Fort Hays State W 89-82 #New Mexico Highlands W 81-77 #Mesa State L 52-74 *RMAC Games #RMAC Playoffs Coach: Tom Andersen 2001-2002 (5-21) Oklahoma City L West Texas A&M L Minnesota State-Moorhead L

57-95 56-86 72-86

North Dakota State L 51-64 *Mesa State L 68-74 *Western State W 57-55 *Adams State L 51-67 Great Falls L 68-72 Montana Tech L 67-76 *CU-Colorado Springs L 56-70 *Southern Colorado W 84-67 *New Mexico Highlands L 61-65 *Fort Lewis L 50-84 Montana State-Billings L 45-61 *Colorado Mines W 50-42 *Metro State L 61-68 *Colorado Christian W 84-65 *Regis L 57-62 *Fort Hays State L 58-85 *Nebraska-Kearney L 51-70 *Metro State L 54-74 *Colorado Mines L 62-74 *Colorado Christian W 68-57 *Regis L 44-76 *Fort Hays State L 57-66 *Nebraska-Kearney L 57-75 *RMAC games Coach: Tom Andersen 2002-2003 (13-15) Western State W 59-55 Mesa State L 66-75 North Dakota State L 45-78 Northern State L 43-59 at Fort Lewis L 54-62 Adams State W 60-51 *Fort Lewis W 50-47 *Adams State W 69-51 Great Falls W 92-43 at South Dakota State L 60-110 *at Western State L 52-60 *at CU-Colorado Springs W 54-41 *Mesa State W 71-56 *at Southern Colorado L 70-94 *at N.M. Highlands W 75-52 *Fort Hays State L 50-55 *Nebraska-Kearney L 79-82 *at Metro State L 49-64 *at Regis L 59-97 *at Colorado Mines W 61-59 *at Colorado Christian W 73-72 *Regis L 59-74 *Metro State W 69-62 *Colorado Mines W 73-51 *Colorado Christian W 70-50 *at Nebraska-Kearney L 51-76 *at Fort Hays State L 52-63 +at Nebraska-Kearney L 54-67 *RMAC games +Playoff games Coach: Tom Andersen 2003-04 (8-18) vs Southwest Minnesota State L 51-66 at Minnesota State L 64-79 at North Dakota State L 60-99 vs Western Washington L 72-87 at Northern State L 68-91 *at Fort Lewis L 68-86 *at Adams State L 86-101 vs South Dakota L 62-104 at Augustana (S.D.) L 59-94 *Western State W 80-66 *CU-Colorado Springs W 73-58 *at Mesa State L 64-80 *Colorado State-pueblo L 52-69 *New Mexico Highlands W 64-61 *at Fort Hays State L 72-79 *at Nebraska-Kearney L 59-88 *at Metro St. L 72-74 *Regis W 75-74 *Colorado Mines L 57-64 *Colorado Christian W 82-56 *Metro St. W 78-76 *at Regis University L 48-86 *at Colorado Mines L 59-73 *at Colo. Christian W 86-68

*Mebraska-Kearney L *Fort Hays State W *RMAC games Coach: Tom Andersen

76-90 84-79

2004-05 (7-20) Northern State L 53-86 vs MSU Moorhead L 58-82 at Concordia-St. Paul L 66-99 at Nebraska-Omaha L 57-74 vs South Dakota L 60-96 *New Mexico Highlands L 76-92 *UC-Colorado Springs L 61-71 Colorado College W 100-71 *at CSU-Pueblo L 65-80 at Augustana (SD) L 55-100 vs South Dakota L 47-88 *Western State W 69-56 *Mesa State W 76-59 *at Fort Lewis L 74-81 *at Adams State L 60-84 *Fort Hays State (OT) L 81-91 *Nebraska-Kearney W 92-87 *Colorado Mines L 51-68 *Colorado Christian W 84-76 *at Metro State L 52-93 *at Regis L 52-79 *at Colorado Christian W 75-67 *at ColoradoMines L 59-66 *Regis L 54-61 *Metro State L 68-96 *at Fort Hays State W 70-69 *at Nebraska-Kearney L 77-88 Coach: Tom Andersen 2005-2006 (4-23) Opponent Score at South Dakota L 44-83 vs Panhandle State L 54-65 vs Johnson & Wales W 100-44 at Southwest Minnesota State L 61-83 vs Minnesota-crookston L 54-67 *at CU-Colorado Springs L 60-70 at Colorado College L 68-78 *at New Mexico Highlands L 49-60 *Colorado State-Pueblo L 44-67 vs Wyoming L 39-75 South Dakota L 52-90 *at Mesa State L 56-72 *at Western State L 41-64 *Adams State W 63-55 *Fort Lewis L 38-59 *at Fort Hays State L 48-71 *at Nebraska-Kearney L 46-72 *at Colorado Christian W 66-57 *at Colorado Mines L 54-67 *Regis L 59-83 *Metro State L 79-84 *Colorado Mines L 49-54 *Colorado Christian W 67-47 *at Metro State L 60-78 *at Regis University L 48-94 *Fort Hays State L 63-76 *Nebraska-Kearney L 47-77 *RMAC games Coach: Tom Andersen 2006-07 (2-25) South Dakota L Western State L Western Washington L Wayne State L *N.M. Highlands L *Western New Mexico L *Mesa State L *Fort Lewis L Black Hills State L Wayne State L South Dakota L *Colorado State-Pueblo L *Adams State L *Western State L *UC-Colorado Springs L

50-90 54-80 69-92 68-91 64-71 59-68 71-84 57-87 51-81 59-89 46-90 51-76 69-76 53-79 68-82

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*Regis L 47-107 *Nebraska-Kearney L 64-95 *Colorado Mines L 64-72 Colorado College W 83-64 *Colorado Christian L 59-87 *Metro State L 54-88 *Nebraska-Kearney L 42-88 *Colorado Mines L 81-91 *Metro State L 57-79 *Colorado Christian W 82-64 *Regis L 71-94 *UC-Colorado Springs L 66-87 *RMAC games Coach: Tom Andersen

Mike Maloney Coached: 2007-08 Career: 9-18 (33.3%)

2007-08 (9-18) Southwest Minnesota State L 54-72 Upper Iowa L 64-67 Newman (Kansas) W 72-56 South Dakota Mines L 61-80 Black Hills State L 51-68 *Western New Mexico W 61-45 *New Mexico Highlands W 72-69 *Mesa State L 67-76 *Fort Lewis L 52-77 South Dakota L 51-90 *Adams State L 39-42 *Colorado State Pueblo L 63-68 *Western State W 70-65 Johnson and Wales W 81-40 *Regis L 49-81 *UC-Colorado Springs L 48-72 *Nebraska-Kearney L 58-90 *Colorado Mines W (OT) 60-58 *Metro State L 37-54 *Colorado Christian L 49-54 *Nebraska-Kearney L 52-80 Johnson and Wales W 69-49 *Colorado Mines L 61-80 *Colorado Christian W 66-65 *Metro State L 59-75 *UC-Colorado Springs W 86-81 *Regis L 73-78 *RMAC Games Coach: Mike Maloney

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Tim Connealy Coached: 2008-Present Career: 25-55 (31.2%)

2008-09 (11-16) at Southwest Minnesota State L at Augustana (SD) L at Air Force L Dominican University W Johnson and Wales W Black Hills State W * at N.M. Highlands W * at CSU-Pueblo L * Adams State L * Fort Lewis L South Dakota Mines W at Johnson and Wales W * at Western State W * at Mesa State W * Western New Mexico L * Colorado Christian W * Colorado Mines L * at Nebraska-Kearney L * at UC-Colorado Springs W (OT) * at Metro State L * at Regis L (OT) * Nebraska-Kearney L * UC-Colorado Springs L * Regis W * Metro State L * at Colorado Mines L * at Colorado Christian L *RMAC Games Coach: Tim Connealy

111-75 102-89 74-52 68-51 98-70 69-61 85-52 83-66 70-65 64-51 89-61 80-51 64-60 66-63 77-73 69-62 62-48 77-70 62-61 75-62 86-76 78-73 87-82 78-65 61-60 78-56 85-76

2009-10 (8-19) at Montana State-Billings L 74-63 Southwest Minnesota L 60-51 Nebraska-Omaha L 70-62 *CSU-Pueblo L 59-48 *N.M. Highlands W 71-59 at South Dakota Mines L 75-66 *at Fort Lewis L 84-35 *at Adams State L 68-61 at Northern State L 75-52 at University of Mary L 74-65 Montana State-Billings L 69-41 *Mesa State W 60-55 *Western State L 67-47 *at Western N.M. L 78-74 *at Colorado Mines W 75-58 *at Colorado Christian L 87-68

*Nebraska-Kearney W 61-60 *UC-Colorado Springs W 85-74 at Black Hills State L 74-54 *Regis W 91-54 *Metro State L 75-74 *at Nebraska-Kearney L 73-70 *at UC-Colorado Springs W 77-66 *at Metro State L 60-45 *at Regis W 78-76 *Colorado Christian L 92-75 *Colorado Mines L 81-69 Coach: Tim Connealy 2010-11 (6-20) at University of Mary L 71-44 Northern State L 63-53 MSU-Billings W 73-59 *Mesa State L 66-62 *Western State L 72-58 *at Regis L 74-61 *at Metro State L 72-44 *at Colorado Christian L 66-38 *at Colorado Mines L 82-72 at MSU-Billings W 60-53 *Fort Lewis L 69-43 *Adams State L 75-66 *Nebraska-Kearney L 79-64 *at N.M. Highlands L 83-68 *at Western N.M. L 67-61 *CSU-Pueblo L 64-49 *UC-Colorado Springs W 58-49 *Colorado Mines W 60-47 *Colorado Christian W 61-59 *at Western State L 77-63 *at Mesa State L 70-58 *Metro State L 68-44 *Regis L (OT) 80-75 *at UC-Colorado Springs W 65-51 *at CSU-Pueblo L 86-49 *at Nebraska-Kearney L 68-52 Coach: Tim Connealy

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