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TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information/Table of Contents................................. 1 Outlook.............................................................................................. 2 Buccaneer coaches and Staff...............................................4-12 Buccaneer Veterans.............................................................. 13-22 Buccaneer Newcomers........................................................ 23-25 Camp Goodenough.....................................................................26 2010-11 Opponents............................................................. 28-31 Big South Conference.................................................................32

FOLLOWING THE BUCCANEERS Internet

Press releases, game notes, live webcasts, postgame stats, schedules, scores, profiles ... CSUSPORTS.COM is your virtual online media guide! If you are searching for all things Big South Conference, www.bigsouthsports.com has what you need: conference standings, schedules, scores, stories and more!

Print

The Post and Courier is the south’s oldest daily newspaper, and it provides the latest coverage of the Buccaneers. Have your copy delivered to your door. Call 853-POST.

Live Video

Every women’s basketball home game during the 2010-11 season, including all eight home Big South Conference matchups, will be video streamed live through www.bigsouthsports.com. Fans can subscribe to the service on a weekly, monthly or yearly basis to watch the Buccaneers live on the computer from anywhere.

Record Book/Statistics......................................................... 34-37 Charleston................................................................................ 38-41

QUICK FACTS

MEDIA POLICIES Credentials

Press row and sideline credentials will be given to accredited working media only. All requests must be mailed or faxed to the Charleston Southern Office of Sports Information no later than two days before the game. Requests from media covering visiting schools can be made through that school’s sports information director. Requests for photographer passes should be made no later than the day before the game.

Media Services

All working media will be supplied with game notes (including up-to-date statistics), media guides of both teams (whenever possible), and any other information needed in their coverage of the game. A statistics summary, including team and individual stats, will be available at halftime; play-byplay is available by request. Following the game, a complete statistical book (including team and individual statistics and play-by-play) will be made available for media by the sports information staff. Fax service is available upon request from the sports information office. Two telephone lines will be available for use following the game in the sports information office. Each radio station broadcasting the game will have two reserved seats on press row and one telephone line. Please refer to the game contract if a fee is to be paid to CSU for use of the phone lines. Extra phone and communication lines are the responsibility of the broadcast entity.

Interviews

Postgame: Immediately following the game there will be a 10-minute cooling off period during which Coach Goodenough will speak to the team. Goodenough and the players will then be available to conduct interviews for both print and electronic media on the court. All CSU players will be available for interviews on the court immediately following the end of the 10-minute cooling off period. If possible, please inform a member of the sports information staff of the players you wish to interview after the game to expedite this process. Interviews with visiting coaches and players will be arranged by the visiting sports information director. Practice Days: Coach Goodenough will be available to speak to the media from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays. Players will also be available to speak to the media on weekdays except game days, but priority will be given to their class and practice schedule. All interviews with players must be arranged by the sports information office. At no time will a player’s home phone number be given to the media. Daily practices are open to the media only by request. Please call the sports information office to verify practice time and player availability. Goodenough will be available to speak to the media after practice. The head coach does reserve the right to close certain practice sessions.

Credits

The 2010-11 women’s basketball media guide was produced by the CSU sports information office. Written, edited, covers, internal design, layout and statistics by Philip Allman, SID intern; additional editing by CSU University Relations. Special thanks to head coach Julie Goodenough and the women’s basketball team. Photography by Philip Allman and Tam Odom.

Mailing Address..........................................................................P.O. Box 118087 .................................................................................... Charleston, SC 29423-8087 Founded.............................................................................................................. 1964 Enrollment......................................................................................................... 3,231 Nickname............................................................................................... Buccaneers School Colors...................................................................................Blue and Gold Arena/Capacity.................................................................CSU Field House/881 Affiliation........................................................................................NCAA Division I Conference................................................................................................Big South President.............................................................................Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. V.P. for Student Affairs / Athletics..........................................Dr. Rick Brewer Athletic Director...................................................................................Hank Small NCAA Faculty Rep........................................................................ Dr. Arnold Hite Associate A.D. / External Affairs...............................Cathryn Broderhausen Asst. A.D. / Operations................................................................. James Bradley Asst. A.D. / Compliance............................................................Mike Hammond Head Athletic Trainer..........................................................................Brad Drake Senior Women’s Administrator..............................Christie Faircloth-Dixon Business Manager........................................................................Crystal Boswell Athletic Department Phone....................................................... 843-863-7678 Athletic Department Fax............................................................. 843-863-7695

HISTORY

First year of basketball..............................................................................1976-77 Overall all-time record..............................................................................273-619 No. of yrs. in NCAA Tournament.................................................................none Last postseason appearance............................................................... 2010 WBI

SPORTS INFORMATION

Asst. A.D. / Media...........................................................................Blake Freeland E-mail................................................................................. bfreeland@csuniv.edu SID Office Phone............................................................................. 843-863-7687 SID Home Phone............................................................................ 843-729-0483 Women’s Basketball Contact...................................................... Philip Allman E-mail.................................................................................... pallman@csuniv.edu Office Phone..................................................................................... 843-863-7037 Sports Information Fax................................................................. 843-863-7676 Press Row Phone............................................................................ 843-863-7683 Website.................................................................... http://www.csusports.com Sports Information Overnight Mailing Address: ....................................................9200 University Blvd. Charleston, SC 29406

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach................................. Julie Goodenough (Texas-Arlington, ’91) Record at CSU............................................................................47-74 (4 seasons) Career record..................................................................... 258-189 (16 seasons) Women’s basketball office phone............................................ 843-863-7684 Best time/day to reach coach...................................see media policies, left Assistant Coaches........................................ Jarod Newland (Texas Tech,’06) ........................ Leslie Cook (High Point, ‘07), Sloan Calvert (Clemson, ‘07)

TEAM INFORMATION

Overall 2009-10 record................................................................................. 17-14 Conference record (finish).....................................................................9-7 (4th) Starters returning/lost.......................................................................................4/1 Lettermen returning/lost.............................................................................. 10/5 Newcomers................................................................................................................4

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2010-11 SEASON OUTLOOK

Hopes have never been higher for the Charleston Southern women’s basketball program, coming off the team’s first postseason appearance and returning four starters. CSU finished with a 17-14 record last year, one win shy of tying the school record, while posting the most wins in Big South play (9-7) in program history. The season was the third winningest season (overall and in Big South play) in school history, and was capped off with the opportunity to host Appalachian State in the inaugural Women’s Basketball Invitational.

Guard play has been dominant for CSU under Head Coach Julie Goodenough, who is now in her fifth season with the Bucs. Led by seniors Kelsey Wasmer and Katie Tull, both of whom earned allconference honors last year, Charleston Southern knocked down 263 three pointers last year, more than double made by their opponents (130). The Buccaneers averaged 8.48 threes per game to lead the Big South, while Gardner-Webb came in second at 5.12. Tull hit a school record 100 threes on the season, while Wasmer added 67, and posted one of the best scoring performances in school history, dropping 33 points against Radford. It ties for the fifth-highest single game total in program history. Senior Abby Poole will also return for her senior season, having played in six games during her junior season. Throw in Helen Terry, who posted 36 threes made and averaged 8.2 points per game in her freshman season and CSU returns 77 percent of their made threes in just three players. Shay Jones also factors into the game plan at the point guard spot, averaging 14.0 minutes per game last year. And the Bucs will regain the services of Kiki Rutledge, who redshirted last season after leading CSU in assists (4.5 apg) in her freshman season (2008-09). Her return makes the depth at the point guard position as deep as it’s been in recent memory. Lakeitha Alson, Lydia Johnson and Danielle Gibson all return as forwards, combining to average 7.7 points per game last season and giving CSU a

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presence inside defensively with 10 blocks and numerous altered shots. Alston had five double-figure scoring games early in the season, while Johnson performed well with eight points and five rebounds against UT San Antonio. Gibson’s break out game came later in the season as she score eight points and pulled down seven rebounds against Presbyterian College on March 5. With 72 percent of the offense returning for the 2010-11 season, CSU may not be forced to depend heavily on the freshmen. Should the opportunity arise though, Goodenough’s signing class will no doubt be up to the challenge. Kirklin Kirkpatrick averaged 16 points, eight rebounds, four steals and three assists per game in her senior season at Tuscola High School, earning co-conference player of the year honors. Anicia Dotson will add to the front court, standing 5-11 and coming from Daniel High School, where she led her team to the 2010 AAA Upper State Championship. She was a McDonald’s All-American nominee and was twice named the region’s player of the year. Also playing this season is Erin Bratcher, who was also a McDonald’s All-American nominee, averaging 15.4 points and 5.7 rebounds per game at Ravenscroft High School in North Carolina and Margaret Spaulding, who averaged 10 points and eight rebounds per game at Hopewell High School. Another challenging schedule awaits Charleston Southern, facing Clemson and South Carolina in the early part of the season, while also traveling to the World Vision Classic, hosted by Texas Tech. The Buccaneers will have 13 regular-season home games, as well as an exhibition against Montreat on November 6. CSU will host crosstown rival College of Charleston as part of a double-header with the men’s basketball team on New Year’s Eve. Conference play begins on January 3, 2011, as the team travels to Gardner-Webb, while they open the home part of Big South Play on January 15 with Presbyterian College.


HEAD COACH Head Coach Julie Goodenough Fifth Season at CSU All-Time Record: 258-189 CSU Record: 47-74 Julie Goodenough begins her fifth season at the helm of the CSU women’s basketball program after leading the Buccaneers to a 17-14 record in 2009-10, her best season at Charleston Southern. The 200910 squad and their 8.5 three’s made per game tied for 17th best in NCAA history (8.5). Last year’s team also finished tied for third in the conference. This was also the best finish in school history with a Big South Conference of at least nine teams. Goodenough went 10-20 in her first year and 8-22 in 2007-08, and 12-18 in 2008-09. Goodenough joined the CSU family for the 2006-07 campaign. She has continued building a foundation for a strong women’s basketball program at Charleston Southern University. Since beginning her tenure at CSU, Goodenough has coached eight players who have been named to All-Conference teams. Keena Whicker was named a member of the Big South All-Conference Second Team during coach Goodenough’s first season. In 2007-08, Pam Tolbert earned All-Conference First Team honors; Crystal Robinson was named to the All-Freshman Team. Last season, Kelsey Wasmer, Katie Tull and Helen Terry were named to the Big South All-Conference team. Ali Schwagmeyer and Kiki Rutledge were also named to the All-Freshman team in 2009-10. Last year was another banner year for Charleston Southern. The Bucs made their first ever post season tournament appearance by competing in the WBI. The Buccaneers were led this past season by explosive scorers Katie Tull and Kelsey Wasmer. Tull averaged 14.5 points per game and Wasmer dropped 13.2 ppg as the duo finished 3-4 in the league, respectively. Wasmer stepped up during conference play, leading the league with 15.9 points per game. The dynamic duo of Tull and Wasmer both earned Second-Team AllConference honors, and they were the first guard duo in CSU history to garner postseason laurels. Wasmer was also named to the All-Academic Team. Goodenough encourages her

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players to display good sportsmanship and a hard work ethic. Her teams have gained respect from opposing coaches in the conference as they have been awarded the coach-voted “Sportsmanship Award” for two of the last three seasons. The CSU women’s basketball program have also boasted a 100% graduation rate in the past four seasons for players who have finished their eligibility at CSU Prior to CSU, Goodenough posted a three-year stint at Oklahoma State University as the head women’s basketball coach. Goodenough also spent nine years as the head women’s basketball coach and four years as the Senior Women’s Administrator at HardinSimmons University prior to her stint at OSU. HSU, like CSU, is a Southern Baptist University. She was inducted into the HSU Athletics Hall of Fame in fall 2007. While at Hardin-Simmons, Goodenough coached three All-Americans, 34 All-Conference selections and 46 Academic All-Conference selections. She left the program as the winningest coach in school history, reaching 150 career wins in less than 200 career games. HardinSimmons captured seven conference championships and made six consecutive postseason appearances under Goodenough, who posted a 188-54 record in her nine seasons. At Oklahoma State, Goodenough recruited and coached the Big 12 Newcomer of the Year and posted the 19th best recruiting class in the country in her first full season. Five of the top 10 largest home crowds in school history occurred during Goodenough’s tenure, including the largest crowd to ever watch a home women’s basketball contest. As a player, Goodenough was a two-year captain and all-conference selection at Western Texas College before transferring to the University of Texas at Arlington. At UTA, Goodenough was a two-year captain, an all-conference selection and left as the 13th-leading scorer in program history. Goodenough received her bachelor of arts degree from UTA and received her master’s degree from Texas Tech University in 1993. She also coached at UTA and Lubbock Christian University prior to becoming the head coach at Hardin-Simmons in 1993. She was recently given another honor as earlier this year the FCA Big Country All-Star Game, annually played in Abilene, Tex., named its most valuable player award the Julie Goodenough MVP Award. She is also serving on the State Farm All-American Commission for next two years. Goodenough and her husband, Rob, the principal at River Oaks Middle School, have two daughters, Bailey (14) and Macy (12). The Goodenoughs (pictured below) reside in Summerville, S.C.

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HEAD COACH Meet Coach Goodenough -When did you know you wanted to become a coach? As soon as my college playing career was ended, I knew I wanted to stay in college basketball at the college level as a coach. -Phrases you say most often during practice... “All makes” ..... “Low hips, High Hands”.... “Its not about easy”...... “Game Like” -What is your favorite drill in practice... I actually have several, but my top favorites are olympic shooting drill, perfection drill, toughness drill and 5 sec cover out. -What is the best thing about being a coach at CSU? My players and staff are awesome people to work for and with everyday! I love the Christian atmosphere on the CSU campus. -When you played what was the greatest strength of your game? My nickname wasn’t “Jumpshot Julie” for nothing! -What are your best coaching characteristics? Teaching and motivating -Who is your favorite basketball team outside of Charleston Southern? DuBose Middle School and Ashley Ridge High School -What is the most exciting part of gameday? That is tough to answer because the whole day, from the moment I wake up until the postgame talk, just absolutely rocks! I really prepare and look forward to pregame, but watching the players transfer what we work on in practice to the game is so awesome. Our team is so exciting to watch when they play hard and play as a team. -What attracted you to Charleston Southern? CSU is a Division I, Southern Baptist university by the beach, and I love the beach! -Who was your biggest influence growing up? My mom and dad -Which coach do you model yourself after? Marsha Sharp and Jerry Isler -What’s the most important attribute you look for when you look at recruits? Work ethic and respectfulness - without these you will have an uncoachable player -What would you be if you were not a coach? Navy Seal -What do you always have to do before a game? Have prayer time in the locker room and a diet coke -The best advice I give to my players is… Life is not about you. Whatever you are doing, do it to glorify God. -On my off days I… spend time with Rob, Bailey and Macy, and do housework

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ASSISTANT COACHES Jarod Newland First Season

Meet Coach Newland

-When did you know you wanted to become a coach? When I was really young. Both of my parents were coaches, I wanted to carry on the tradition -Phrases you say most often during practice... “Call for the ball, and act like you want it” -If you weren’t a coach, what would be your profession? A food critic here (in Charleston) -What is your favorite drill in practice... Any full court drill where we go hard, and I love it! -What is the best thing about being a coach at CSU? Team atmosphere (No one is more important!) -When you played what was the greatest strength of your game? My ability to score. -What is your favorite part about coaching? Teaching the game I love that has gotten me where I am today -What is the most important thing you want to see from the team this season? To see all of them push past what they think is possible -What is your best coaching characteristic? Passion for the game -What is your favorite basketball team outside of Charleston Southern? My alma mater, Texas Tech -My favorite thing about Charleston is... Beaches and the Food -Who was your biggest influence growing up? My Mother -Which coach do you model yourself after? Marsha Sharp (Texas Tech Coaching legend) -What’s the most important attribute you look for when you look at recruits? Being selfless and doing whatever is needed for the TEAM! -Describe your coaching style in three words or less... Passionate, Caring, Giving -What is the best thing about the CSU women’s basketball team? Great players and staff to be around -The best advice I give to my players is... Everyone will make mistakes. Don’t get frustrated, and play through them so you don’t make another -What is the most exciting part of a game? The Beginning - it’s what sets the tone of the game! Who will it be? -On my off days I... am at Isle of Palms, Sullivans Island, or Folly Beach

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In his first year as at CSU, Newland will serve as the recruiting coordinator and will specifically work with the post players. He will also be responsible for overseeing community service, scouting and assisting with marketing and promotions. Newland comes to Charleston Southern after spending four years at the University of Missouri and four years as a student assistant at Texas Tech University. He spent the last two years as an assistant coach with the Tigers, and before that served as the graduate assistant at Missouri. During his time as an assistant coach, Newland was responsible for post-player development, while assisting with marketing, strength and conditioning and recruiting. Newland also oversaw the male practice squad and helped scout opponents. “I am extremely excited for Jarod to join our staff and assist us in what we anticipate to be another historic season for Charleston Southern basketball,” coach Goodenough said. “Jarod learned about coaching from his mother, head coach at Mesquite High School in Texas and received an invaluable education about Division I women’s basketball while working for four seasons for the legendary Marsha Sharp at Texas Tech. Recruiting and coaching in the Big 12 at Missouri has provided Jarod the opportunity to gain a wealth of knowledge and experience that will be amazing assets for our program.” Newland earned a master of education degree in health, education and promotion in 2008 from the University of Missouri. He graduated with a bachelor of science degree in exercise and sport sciences in 2006 from Texas Tech University. Newland married his wife, Jessica, in June and they live in Summerville.”

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ASSISTANT COACHES Leslie Cook

Second Season

Meet Coach Cook -When did you know you wanted to become a coach? While I was playing basketball in college -Phrases you say most often during practice... “Relocate!!!” -If you weren’t a coach, what would be your profession? Something in finance or accounting -What is your favorite drill in practice... Any Shooting drill -What is the best thing about being a coach at CSU? Team atmosphere (No one is more important!) -When you played what was the greatest strength of your game? 3 point shooting Being surrounded everyday by a great group of players & coaches -What is your favorite part about coaching? Being surrounded everyday by a great group of players & coaches -What is the most important thing you want to see from the team this season? For our girls to perform up to their potential. If we do that, the possibilities are endless. -What is your best coaching characteristic? My ability to read defenses and from that create shot opportunities. -What attracted you to Charleston Southern? The potential of the women’s basketball program here at CSU and the opportunity to coach in the Big South Conference. I loved being a part of the conference as a player and was excited for the chance to be a part of the conference as a coach. -My favorite thing about Charleston is... how close it is to the beach. -Who was your biggest influence growing up? My high school basketball coach -Which coach do you model yourself after? Mike Krzyzewski -What’s the most important attribute you look for when you look at recruits? Work ethic -On my off days I... relax and take it easy, which usually is watching TV or movies or going shopping

Leslie Cook enters her second season as an assistant coach for Charleston Southern. Coach Cook joined the CSU coaching staff after helping coach the girl’s basketball team at High Point Central High School in High Point, N.C. She played collegiately at fellow Big South Conference member High Point University as a transfer from 2005-07. In 2007, Cook earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from High Point. Cook served as team captain for the Lady Panthers, while being named Big South All-Conference Second Team in 2007 and amassing more than 1,000 career points. Her team won the regular season conference championship during her senior season at High Point. “Coach Cook is revered as one of the top three-point shooters to ever play in the Big South Conference,” coach Goodenough said. “Her own storied career at the D-I level affords her the experience and knowledge to educate and coach our perimeter players to become consistent and confident scorers.” Cook earned numerous academic awards, including four Big South awards in 2006 and ’07, along with being named to ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American Teams in 2006 and ’07. Cook also received the prestigious George A. Christenberry Award for academic excellence in 2007, an award presented by the Big South Conference to one male and one female athlete who attain the highest GPA in the conference for their graduating season. Cook started her collegiate career at Atlantic 10 Conference member University of North Carolina at Charlotte where she twice broke the program’s single-season record for made three-pointers. Cook’s coaching responsibilities will focus mostly on guard development. In addition to her coaching duties, Coach Cook will serve as academic liaison and travel coordinator.

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ASSISTANT COACHES Sloan Calvert Second Season

Meet Coach Calvert -When did you know you wanted to become a coach? Senior year of college, I started playing on the scout team, and I knew I wanted to be a coach -Phrases you say most often during practice... “BALL PRESSURE!!!!” -If you weren’t a coach, what would be your profession? Something in the medical field, physical therapy or something with Genetics -What is your favorite drill in practice... 1 on 1 full court -What is the best thing about being a coach at CSU? The players that I coach and the staff that I coach with -When you played, what was the greatest strength of your game? Physical strength and effort... oh yeah, and I could shoot a little bit too -What is your favorite part about coaching? The relationships with the team and competing. -What is the most important thing you want to see from the team this season? I want to see every player play hard all the time. -Who is your favorite basketball team outside of Charleston Southern? Clemson -My favorite thing about Charleston is... great food, and good, warm weather. -Who was your biggest influence growing up? My mom and dad. They are my best friends. -What’s the most important attribute you look for when you look at recruits? Character on and off the court -Students love Charleston Southern because... the great coaches of course! -Describe your coaching style in three words or less... Intense -What is the best thing about the CSU women’s basketball team? The people. We have a great staff and awesome players. -What is your favorite sport to watch other than basketball? Football -What is your favorite sport to play other than basketball? Slow-pitch softball

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Coach Sloan Calvert is in his second season as an assistant at Charleston Southern University. Calvert joins the Buccaneers after three seasons with the Clemson University women’s basketball program. He served as a graduate assistant from 2007-09, working with video editing and game film exchange. He also oversaw the team’s student managers. “Coach Calvert adds much diversity to our staff, bringing a male’s perspective to the program,” coach Goodenough said. “From his work experience at Clemson with Coach Christi McKinney and her staff, he learned to value and demand work ethic and intensity on the court. Off the court, his expertise with computers and audio visual services is a tremendous aid for scouting and video exchange needs.” Before attending Clemson, Calvert played basketball and football at Emerald High School in Greenwood, S.C. He graduated from Clemson in 2007 with a bachelor of science degree in genetics -and earned a master’s degree in human resources development in August 2009. Calvert’s main responsibility is working with point guards. His other duties include coordinating video exchange, helping with recruiting and scouting, and supervising the Buccaneer scout team.

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ADMINISTRATION Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr., President

Named president of Charleston Southern University in 1984, Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. is also a professor of management and education. His teaching and professional interests include educational leadership, institutional assessment, higher education finance, organizational change, and student personnel services. Dr. Hunter is a frequent keynote speaker and seminar leader on topics related to higher education, and he continues to teach in the MBA program in CSU’s School of Business. This fall marks Dr. Hunter’s 26th year as president of the university, and the 46th anniversary of CSU’s founding. During his tenure at CSU, enrollment has increased from 1,600 students to more than 3,000. Academic programs have expanded to include graduate degrees in education, business administration, criminal justice and nursing. The university now offers 38 undergraduate and four graduate programs. Church ministry-related degrees have also grown to include youth ministry and church music. A sports medicine/athletic training program has also been added under Hunter’s administration, providing students with academic and clinical preparation for certification by the National Athletic Trainers Association. Beginning in 2007-08, the Hunter Cup is given annually to the top athlete who also stands out academically and spiritually.

Dr. Rick Brewer, Vice President For Planning and Student Affairs and Athletics

Dr. Rick Brewer is a seasoned Christian leader with the vision and leadership skills essential for serving effectively in the 21st century Christian higher education community. Throughout Brewer’s 23-year tenure at CSU, he has played a vital role in shaping the university’s vision for a Christian campus environment and spearheading and executing countless initiatives that underscore what Christian universities are about. He has consistently and enthusiastically taken on positions of increasing responsibility and has brought to each his unique blend of commitment, administrative skills, and Christ-centered focus. Brewer is highly respected as an effective higher education administrator who has the ability to effect change while maintaining support and trust. Indeed, Brewer is a student-centered strategic thinker and transformational change-agent. Brewer holds BS and MBA degrees from CSU and a PhD in higher educational leadership from the University of South Carolina. In his role as vice president for student affairs and planning and athletics, Brewer provides leadership for CSU’s student life, Christian ministries, denominational relations and athletics. His family has a solid commitment to Christian higher education - Dr. Brewer’s wife, Cathy, and two sons Jason and Jonathan, are also alums of CSU. The Brewers are members of Summerville Baptist Church in Summerville, S.C., where he previously served as a deacon.

Hank Small, Director of Athletics

Henry “Hank” Small is in his 10th full year as CSU’s athletic director. Small took over the position of head of CSU athletics following the tenure of interim athletic director Rick Brewer, who served as both athletics director and the dean of students. Small came to CSU in summer 2001 following a four-year stint as assistant football coach at Wake Forest University. Small has more than 30 years of experience in NCAA Division I athletics, including stints at Rutgers, Florida State, Lehigh, Princeton, and Brown. Small also spent one year in the personnel office of the New England Patriots. As the offensive coordinator at Wake Forest, Small guided the Demon Deacons offense to record-setting heights as a number of school records fell during his tenure. In his most recent head coaching experience, Small was able to guide Lehigh to a 47-40-1 record and led them to become one of the most productive offenses in the nation.

Small is a 1969 graduate of Gettysburg College and has a master of science degree from Rutgers University. Small and his wife, Pamela, currently reside in Goose Creek. Daughter Lacy and middle son Jonathan both graduated from CSU.

Athletic Department Directory (All numbers are 843-863-XXXX)

Jay Mills Football Head Coach........................................7119 Thielen Smith Football Asst. Coach/Def. Coord..................7036 Patrick Nix Football Asst. Coach/Receivers ...................7121 Chuck Kelly Football Asst. Coach/Off. Line......................7110 Gabe Giardina Football Asst. Coach/Running backs..........7126 RaShan Frost Football Asst. Coach/Def. Line......................7109 Marcus Woodson Football Asst. Coach/Secondary . ...............7490 Stuart Lake Baseball Head Coach........................................7591 Barclay Radebaugh Men’s Basketball Head Coach.......................7690 Julie Goodenough Women’s Basketball Head Coach................7684

Mike Wilson Men’s Golf Coach ..............................................7556 Kory Thompson Women’s Golf Coach .......................................7556 Eric Terrill Women’s Soccer Head Coach ......................7931 Shane Winkler Softball Head Coach . ......................................7686 Mike Baker Women’s Tennis Head Coach ......................7145 Tim Langford Men’s Track & Field Head Coach..................7174 Tosha Ansley Women’s Track & Field Head Coach . ........7111 Danyel Bellush Volleyball Head Coach ...................................7680 Dr. Rick Brewer V.P. for Student Affairs/Athletics ................7503

Hank Small Athletics Director...............................................7080 Cathryn Broderhausen Associate A.D. - External Affairs....................7523 James Bradley Assistant A.D. - Operations............................7677 Brad Drake Assistant A.D. - Medical Services..................7681 Mike Hammond Assistant A.D. - Compliance...........................7078 Blake Freeland Assistant A.D. - Media......................................7687 Crystal Boswell Business Manager.............................................7670 Beth Boyle Administrative Assistant.................................7678 Christie Faircloth-Dixon Senior Women’s Administrator....................7629

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ATHLETIC TRAINING/MEDIA RELATIONS BRAD DRAKE - HEAD TRAINER Brad Drake joined the CSU athletic training staff in 2007 and was promoted to head athletic trainer in July, 2010. He is responsible for the healthcare needs of the football team and oversees the care of all other sports at Charleston Southern. Brad is originally from Greenville, S.C., and is a 1996 graduate of Presbyterian College. In 1998 he earned a master of arts degree in health and Exercise Science from Furman University. After receiving his master’s, Brad completed a summer internship with the Carolina Panthers. Most recently, Brad was the head athletic trainer at James F. Byrnes High School in Duncan, S.C. Brad also provided athletic training coverage for the North team during the 2006 North/South All Star Football game in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Brad is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the South Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association. He serves as the Chair of the Program Committee for the SCATA Annual Symposium and also serves on the CSU Safety Committee. Married in May, 2010, to the former Catherine Cheek, in his free time Brad enjoys playing golf, watching movies and visiting with friends and family.

TUESDAY PATTERSON - ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Tuesday Patterson, a former graduate student at CSU, joined the staff in 2009 as an assistant athletic trainer. She works in conjunction with Trident Health Systems through Trident Sports Medicine. Her primary sport responsibilities include medical coverage of the CSU volleyball and women’s basketball teams. Tuesday comes to CSU from Sunset, South Carolina. She completed her bachelor of science degree in athletic training at Erskine College and her masters degree in business administration at Charleston Southern. She holds memberships in the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association and South Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association.

SAMANTHA BOUDREAU - ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER The 2010-11 school year marks Samantha Boudreau’s second season as an assistant athletic trainer at Charleston Southern. Boudreau is the primary athletic trainer for the CSU baseball team. She is also an athletic training instructor. Prior to her time at CSU, Boudreau spent one season as an assistant athletic trainer at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., and for two years as a graduate assistant at the University of Kentucky. Boudreau has twice presented research projects to her athletic training colleagues. As a CSU student, Boudreau presented on the topic of “Implications of Long Thoracic Nerve Injuries” at the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers annual symposium in Virginia. As a graduate student, she presented a research project entitled “Hip Muscular Activation During Functional Exercises” at the Southeastern Athletic Trainers Association Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tenn. The project is also published in the Journal of Sports Rehabilitation. Boudreau is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the South Carolina Athletic Trainers Association. A native of Crestview, Fla., she received her bachelor of science degree from Charleston Southern in 2006 and her master of science degree from the University of Kentucky in 2008.

PHILIP ALLMAN - SPORTS MEDIA CONTACT

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Named as a Sports Information Intern for the 2010-2011 year, Philip Allman will serve as the main media contact for Women’s Soccer and Women’s Basketball, as well as serving as a secondary contact for Baseball and Golf. Allman graduated from Carson-Newman College in June of 2008 with a bachelor of arts in art with an emphasis in graphic design. He spent time working in the sports information office during his time at Carson-Newman, working with a wide variety of sports. He currently resides in the North Charleston area.

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BUCCANEER ROSTER Numerical No.

Player

0 2 3 4 5 12 14 21 22 23 24 25 30 33 42

Kiki Rutledge Katie St. Clair Erin Bratcher Rachelle Coward Shay Jones Helen Terry Abby Poole Kirklin Kirkpatrick Kelsey Wasmer Margaret Spaulding Lakeitha Alston Katie Tull Lydia Johnson Anicia Dotson Danielle Gibson

Position

Year

Height

Hometown / High School / Previous School

G F G F G G G G G F F G C F C

5-5 6-1 5-9 6-0 5-6 5-5 5-8 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-0

R-So. R-Fr. Fr. R-So. So. So. Sr. Fr. R-Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

Greenville, S.C./JL Mann HS Lynchburg, Va./Virginia Episcopal Raleigh, N.C./Ravenscroft HS Nova Scotia, Canada/UNC Charlotte Kernersville, N.C./Mt. Tabor HS Greensboro, N.C./Dudley HS Clemson, S.C./Daniel HS Clyde, N.C./Tuscola HS Abilene, Texas/Odessa College Charlotte, N.C./Hopewell High School Myrtle Beach, S.C./Carolina Forrest HS Cleburne, Texas/Cleburne HS Asheville, N.C./Asheville Christian Academy Central, S.C./Daniel HS Roebuck, S.C./Dorman HS

Alphabetical No.

Player

24 3 4 33 42 30 5 21 14 0 23 2 12 25 22

Lakeitha Alston Erin Bratcher Rachelle Coward Anicia Dotson Danielle Gibson Lydia Johnson Shay Jones Kirklin Kirkpatrick Abby Poole Kiki Rutledge Margaret Spaulding Katie St. Clair Helen Terry Katie Tull Kelsey Wasmer

Position

Year

Height

Hometown / High School / Previous School

F G F F C C G G G G F F G G G

6-0 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-6 5-11 5-8 5-5 5-10 6-1 5-5 5-9 5-10

So. Fr. R-So. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. R-So. Fr. R-Fr. So. Sr. R-Sr.

Myrtle Beach, S.C./Carolina Forrest HS Raleigh, N.C./Ravenscroft HS Nova Scotia, Canada/UNC Charlotte Central, S.C./Daniel HS Roebuck, S.C./Dorman HS Asheville, N.C./Asheville Christian Academy Kernersville, N.C./Mt. Tabor HS Clyde, N.C./Tuscola HS Clemson, S.C./Daniel HS Greenville, S.C./JL Mann HS Charlotte, N.C./Hopewell High School Lynchburg, Va./Virginia Episcopal Greensboro, N.C./Dudley HS Cleburne, Texas/Cleburne HS Abilene, Texas/Odessa College

Buccaneer Coaches

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Head Coach: Julie Goodenough, middle right (Texas-Arlington, ’91) Assistant Coach: Jarod Newland, far left (Texas Tech, ’06) Assistant Coach: Leslie Cook, middle left (High Point, ’07) Assistant Coach: Sloan Calvert, far left (Clemson, ’07)

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BUCCANEER VETERANS

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Abby Poole

5-8 Sr. Guard Clemson, S.C. Daniel HS

Off Court With Abby -My first pair of basketball sneakers were…Nike’s

2009-10: Played in six games on the season, and CSU was 5-1 when Poole made an appearance...attempted a career-high three threepointers and four field goals against Clemson (12/6/09)...Team Player Award 2008-09: Saw action in five games for the Bucs...scored first collegiate three-pointer against Coker (11/22/08)...

-Team you consider to be your biggest rival…High Point -Advice to younger teammates…Get in the gym when you have extra time, and enjoy these years because they will fly by -You just found $5 in your pocket, where would you spend it? Tanning Bed -Favorite drill in Practice…3 on 3 -Least favorite drill in Practice… Gut Check

-About how many texts do you send/receive per day? 142/152

2007-08: Appeared in nine games as a true freshman...scored first college career basket against Presbyterian College (1/15/08)...tallied first college rebound against Charlotte (12/20/07)...Team Player Award

-If you were on Jersey Shore what would your nickname be? Ay Bay Bay -You have a week off from school, where are you going on vacation?

High School: Averaged 7.5 points, 4.5 assists and 2.5 steals per game as a senior...was a four-year letterwinner for basketball at Daniel High School...was an alternate for the Palmetto Girls state team...was a fouryear letterwinner in soccer...earned all-area honors for soccer...earned one varsity letter for volleyball...awarded the D.W. Daniel Merit Award for cooperation, perseverance and dependability...was named homecoming queen.

-Favorite away venue you have played in… Littlejohn- Clemson

home for half the time and some place I have never been before, like San Francisco

-You get to pick what the entire team has to watch on the bus…My new favorite movie; The Goonies -Favorite scripture or bible story? Galatians 5:22-23 -What goes through your mind when you’re defending an opposing player on the court? I have to stop you -Favorite class at Charleston Southern? Zoology with Dr. Best

Personal

-What I want to accomplish this basketball season? Big South Championship

Born on Feb. 21, 1989 Born in Greenville, S.C. Daughter of Beth and Danny Poole Majoring in kinesiology Mother played basketball and tennis at Western Carolina University

GP 9 5 6 20

GS 0 0 0 0

Min 26 19 25 70

Avg FG FGA 2.9 1 9 3.8 2 10 4.2 0 7 3.5 3 26

-In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, who is your teammate and who are you playing against? Michael Jordan and I are playing against Pistol Pete and my mom -My favorite thing about CSU women’s basketball is? My teammates and coaches but mostly how we get the opportunity to play basketball (do what we love) in a Christian environment.

Career Stats Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

-Accomplishment (athletic or nonathletic) I am most proud of… Freshman year when I received the Sportsmanship Award at CSU.

Pct FG FGA .111 0 4 .200 1 9 .000 0 6 .115 1 19

Pct .000 .111 .000 .053

FT FTA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct Off Def .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 2

Tot 1 1 0 2

Avg 0.1 0.2 0.0 0.1

PF 3 2 1 6

FO Ast TO 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2

Blk 0 0 0 0

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Stl 0 1 0 1

Pts 2 5 0 7

Avg 0.2 1.0 0.0 0.4

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Kelsey Wasmer

5-10 R-Sr. Guard Abilene, Texas Odessa College

Off Court With Kelsey -My first pair of basketball sneakers were…Iversons -Team you consider to be your biggest rival…Coastal Carolina 2010-11: Kelsey has been named as team captain for this season.

2009-10: Was one of two Buccaneers to start in all 31 games...Wasmer was named to the All-Conference Second Team and the All-Conference Academic Team after finishing second on the team and fourth in the league with 13.2 points per game...she was second on the team in assists per game (2.2) and third in rebounds (4.7 rpg)...led all members of the Big South during league play with 15.9 ppg...knocked down 67 threes and shot 33 percent from behind the arc... finished second in the league in threes made and third in minutes played (32.7 mpg)...scored a career-high and a Big South season-high 33 points in a victory over Radford (2/20/10)...was named Big South Player of the Week on two separate occasions....Named Team MVP 2008-09: Wasmer had an outstanding first season as a Buccaneer, breaking the school record and leading the Big South with 76 made three-pointers...she ranked 23rd in the nation and first in the Big South in threes made per game (2.53) and finished 32nd in the NCAA and third in the conference in three-point percentage (.398)...played in all 30 games and started in 29 contests...finished second on the team in minutes played (838), notching a season high 37 minutes on two occasions...averaged 10.6 points per game, which was good for 17thbest in the Big South, and also collected 2.9 rebounds per game...recorded season highs of 28 points against Campbell (11/24/08) and eight rebounds against UNC Asheville (2/7/09)...tallied 21 steals and 47 assists. 2007-08: Redshirted her first year at CSU after transferring from Odessa College. Odessa College: Helped lead her team to the NJCAA National Championship... shot 45 percent from three-point range, ranking her sixth in the nation...Wasmer was the social science student of the year with a perfect 4.0 grade point average. High School: Was the homecoming queen and academic all-state at Cooper High School...averaged 18 points per game and shot an outstanding 91 percent from the free-throw line...earned offensive MVP honors in her district.

Personal

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GS 29 31 60

Min 838 1013 1851

Avg 27.9 32.7 30.3

FG 114 132 246

-You just found $5 in your pocket, where would you spend it? Starbucks coffee -Favorite drill in Practice…Blood Drills -Least favorite drill in Practice… The free throw game -If you were on Jersey Shore what would your nickname be? Wazii Baby -You have a week off from school, where are you going on vacation? Texas, where else -Favorite away venue you have played in… UNC Chapel Hill -You get to pick what the entire team has to watch on the bus…Avatar -Favorite scripture or bible story? The Lord’s promises are pure, like silver refined in a furnace, purified seven times over. Psalm 12:6 -What goes through your mind when you’re defending an opposing player on the court? Keep my head on the ball -I model my game after... John Paxson -What I want to accomplish this basketball season? Win the Conference -The person I would most like to meet? Brad Pitt

-In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, who is your teammate and who are you playing against? Me and Stephen Curry vs My Dad and J.J. Redick -My favorite sports team besides CSU women’s basketball team is... University of Texas football

Career Stats GP 30 31 61

-About how many texts do you send/receive per day? 5

-Accomplishment (athletic or nonathletic) I am most proud of is... Winning a national championship my freshman year at Odessa College

Born Sept. 11, 1987 Born in Junction, Texas Daughter of Kurt and Traci Wasmer Majoring in biology

Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

-Advice to younger teammates…Take one day at a time and always be positive

FGA 272 339 611

Pct .419 .389 .403

FG 76 67 143

FGA 191 204 395

Pct .398 .328 .362

FT FTA 15 26 77 107 92 133

Pct Off Def Tot .577 23 65 88 .720 52 93 145 .692 75 158 233

Avg 2.9 4.7 3.8

PF 77 77 154

FO Ast TO Blk 2 47 55 0 2 68 91 3 4 115 146 3

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Stl 21 32 53

Pts 319 408 727

Avg 10.6 13.2 11.9


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Katie Tull

5-9 Sr. Guard Cleburne, Texas Cleburne HS

Off Court With Katie 2010-11: Katie has been named as team captain for this season.

-My first pair of basketball sneakers were…Jason Kidd’s

2009-10: Served as a captain and was one of two Bucs to start in all 31 games... was named to the Big South All-Conference Second Team...broke the Big South single-season record with 100 made threes, and finished seventh in the nation with 3.2 made threes per game...led the conference with 36.3 minutes per game and was third in the league with 14.5 points per game...shot 36 percent from behind the three-point line, which was fourth in the Big South...averaged 2.5 rebounds per game and 2.0 assists per game...finished second on the team with 47 steals and 12 blocks...shot 36 percent from the field and 75 percent from the free-throw line...reached double figures in scoring in all but five games...scored a career-high 27 points and knocked down a career-high seven treys against Bethune-Cookman (12/18/10)...was named Big South Player of the Week Dec. 1.

-Team you consider to be your biggest rival…Coastal Carolina

2008-09: Tull came back strong after missing 10 games due to injury, starting in 17 contests and playing a total of 21...was second on the team with an average of 13.8 points per game...had a standout game against North Texas (11/24/08) with season highs in points (24) and minutes played (40)...was ineligible for national rankings because she didn’t play in 75 percent of the team’s games, but if she had she would’ve ranked sixth in the country and first in the Big South in threes made per game (3.0), and she would’ve finished 21st in the nation and third in the conference in threepoint percentage (.409)...shot .778 from the free throw line...recorded 39 assists and 21 steals...awarded with the Captain’s Resolve Award from the CSU Athletic Training Staff...hit a game-winning buzzer beater from behind the three-point line against Presbyterian (3/6/09).

-Least favorite drill in Practice… The free throw game

-Advice to younger teammates…Cherish every activity, practice and game... they go by so fast -You just found $5 in your pocket, where would you spend it? on LaKietha Alston -Favorite drill in Practice…Blood 44

-If you were on Jersey Shore what would your nickname be? The explanation -You have a week off from school, where are you going on vacation? Vatican City -Favorite away venue you have played in… UNC Chapel Hill -You get to pick what the entire team has to watch on the bus…Walker Texas Ranger (duh)

2007-08: Started in 21 games and played in all 30...averaged 1.2 steals per game with a season high of five against Bethune-Cookman (11/24/07)...ranked 14th in the conference with a total of 37 steals...had a total of 97 rebounds for the season with a season high of 10 against College of Charleston (12/31/07)...averaged 7.4 points per game, placing her third on the team...had a season high 15 points against Winthrop (1/26/08)...held a .278 three-point field goal percentage, placing her second on the team...ranked sixth in the Big South for three-point field goals made...held an .809 free throw percentage, making 38-of-47 and landing her third on the team.

-Favorite scripture or bible story? Hebrews 11:1 -What goes through your mind when you’re defending an opposing player on the court? Don’t let them score -I model my game after... My older sisters

High School: Helped lead Cleburne High School to the playoffs all four years...averaged 18.5 points per game senior year...named MVP of her basketball team three times...all-state performer in basketball twice...also earned letters in volleyball, track and softball...named MVP of volleyball team...earned all-state honors in volleyball... regional finalist in the 200 and 400-meter relays in track...honored as an academic all-state selection.

-After college, I plan to... Be a broadcast journalist or work in the entertainment world -Favorite class at Charleston Southern? Social Problems

Personal

-The person I would most like to meet? Chuck Norris

Born July 18, 1989 Born in Cleburne, Texas Daughter of Tyler and Patti Tull Majoring in communications Dad played basketball at Tarleton State, Sister played at Radford, other sister played at UC Irvine and Mother was a rodeo queen

-What I want to accomplish this basketball season? Big South Championship My favorite Coach Goodenough quote is... Whatever DUH

Career Stats Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 30 21 31 82

GS 21 17 31 69

Min 912 697 1125 2734

Avg 30.4 33.2 36.3 33.3

FG 70 96 139 305

FGA 242 231 387 860

Pct .289 .416 .359 .355

FG 44 63 100 207

FGA 158 154 280 592

Pct .278 .409 .357 .350

FT 38 35 72 145

FTA 47 45 96 188

Pct Off Def Tot .809 41 56 97 .778 27 35 62 .750 34 44 78 .771 102 135 237

Avg 3.2 3.0 2.5 2.9

PF 51 45 56 152

FO Ast TO Blk 0 55 69 7 0 39 53 4 0 63 84 12 0 157 206 23

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Stl 37 21 47 105

Pts 222 290 450 962

Avg 7.4 13.8 14.5 11.7

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Lydia Johnson 6-0 Sr. Center

Asheville, N.C. Asheville Christian Academy

Off Court With Lydia -My first pair of basketball sneakers were…Nike, but I think my favorite pair were my Adidas Flight’s. -Team you consider to be your biggest rival…High Point

2009-10: Played in 22 games and made two starts...scored 2.0 points per game and grabbed 1.7 rebounds per game...scored a season-high eight points twice (Limestone 11/13/09, UTSA 11/20/09)...shot 40 percent from the field and had a season-high two blocks against Savannah State (12/22/09).

2008-09: Johnson saw action in all but one game, starting 24 contests...led CSU and was sixth in the Big South with 23 blocks (0.79 blocks per game)...played a season high 35 minutes against Clemson (1/20/09)...scored a season high 16 points against North Texas (11/29/08)...recorded first collegiate double-double against Savannah State (12/12/08) with 10 points and 12 rebounds...shot 46.7 percent from the field and hit 58.5 percent of her free throws...knocked down six points per game and collected 22 steals, while ranking second on the team with 144 rebounds...her five boards per game was 19th in the Big South. 2007-08: Appeared in 15 games as a true freshman for the Buccaneers...scored first college field goal against Campbell (11/20/08)...totaled 11 rebounds in 15 games with a season high of four against Winthrop (3/14/08)...held an .875 freethrow percentage, going 7-of-8 on the season. High School: Averaged 10 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks per game at Asheville Christian Academy...lettered all four years in basketball under coach Dottie Edwards...recognized as the Distinguished Christian Athlete in 2005-07... earned all-conference honors all four seasons...was an all-state honoree as a freshman and a senior...was the softball team’s manager senior year.

-Advice to younger teammates…Get the important things out of the way so you can have fun. -About how many texts do you send/receive per day? About 10 maybe -You just found $5 in your pocket, where would you spend it? Jersey Mikes -Favorite drill in Practice…Blood 22 -Least favorite drill in Practice… I am scared to answer this one. -If you were on Jersey Shore what would your nickname be? Gangsta Boo -You have a week off from school, where are you going on vacation? Home -Favorite away venue you have played in… Gardner-Webb -You get to pick what the entire team has to watch on the bus…Princess and the Frog -Favorite scripture or bible story? Psalm 40 -What goes through your mind when you’re defending an opposing player on the court? Try it, I dare you. -Favorite class at Charleston Southern? Taping and Bracing -The person I would most like to meet? C. S. Lewis -What I want to accomplish this basketball season? To win the Big South Championship

Personal

-Accomplishment (athletic or nonathletic) I am most proud of is... Finally beating my dad in a one-on-one game

Born Oct. 26, 1988 Born in Greensboro, N.C. Majoring in athletic training Daughter of Abraham and Tonya Johnson Twin brother Josh plays at West Point Younger brother Sam plays at Queens University of Charlotte

-In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, who is your teammate and who are you playing against? Myself and my twin (with my younger brother as a sub) vs. Kareem AbdulJabbar and Magic Johnson (Michael Jordan would be their sub) -My favorite thing about CSU women’s basketball is... The family environment -My favorite sports team besides CSU women’s basketball team is... The Florida Gators football team

Career Stats

Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

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GP 15 29 22 66

GS 0 24 2 26

Min 83 645 217 945

Avg 5.5 22.2 9.9 14.3

FG FGA 3 16 71 152 16 40 90 208

Pct FG FGA .188 0 0 .467 0 0 .400 0 0 .433 0 0

Pct .000 .000 .000 .000

FT FTA 7 8 31 53 13 20 51 81

Pct Off Def Tot .875 3 8 11 .585 72 72 144 .650 18 19 37 .630 93 99 192

Avg 0.7 5.0 1.7 2.9

PF 6 67 19 92

FO Ast TO Blk 0 1 3 5 1 9 37 23 0 3 12 6 1 13 52 34

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Stl 2 22 7 31

Pts 13 173 45 231

Avg 0.9 6.0 2.0 3.5


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Kiki Rutledge 5-5 R-So. Guard Greenville, S.C. JL Mann HS

Off Court With Kiki -My first pair of basketball sneakers were…Red, White, and Blue converses -Team you consider to be your biggest rival…Coastal Carolina -Advice to younger teammates…Talk during practices and games

2010-11: Rutledge has been named as team captain for this season.

-About how many texts do you send/receive per day? 500-1000

2009-10: Rutledge served as a captain and sat out the season with an injury.

-You just found $5 in your pocket, where would you spend it?Los Reyes

2008-09: Rutledge burst onto the scene in her first season wearing the blue and gold, leading CSU in assists (4.5 apg), and finishing third in minutes played (26.0 mpg), rebounding (3.8 rpg) and steals (47)...one of five Bucs to play in all 30 games, and earned 17 starts along the way...averaged 5.4 ppg with a season high 16 against Presbyterian College 3/3/09...tallied first collegiate double-double against Savannah State (1/13/09) with 11 rebounds and 12 points... finished third in the Big South with 135 assists and her 47 steals were eighth-best in the conference...named Big South Freshman of the Week on two occasions and was a member of the All-Conference Freshman Team.

-Least favorite drill in Practice… Perfection Drills

High School: Averaged 14.6 points, 6.3 assists, 3.0 steals and 5.0 rebounds per game...named one of the top five players in South Carolina two times...named MVP in 2007 and ’08...named member of the all-state team in 2007 and ’08...member of the all-region team three times...member of the 3A State Champion team...named the 3A State Champion MVP in 2007.

Personal

-Favorite drill in Practice…Fresno 21

-If you were on Jersey Shore what would your nickname be? Kiki -You have a week off from school, where are you going on vacation? Home -Favorite away venue you have played in… Presbyterian College -You get to pick what the entire team has to watch on the bus…Glory Road -Favorite scripture or bible story? Philippians 4:13 -What goes through your mind when you’re defending an opposing player on the court? You are not getting past me! -I model my game after...Chris Paul -After college, I plan to... Play professional basketball -The person I would most like to meet? God -What I want to accomplish this basketball season? Become more knowledgeable about basketball, be a better leader for my team and recover from my ACL injury so I can help my team win a Big South Championship. -Accomplishment (athletic or nonathletic) I am most proud of is... Making All-Freshman Team last year, and being a scholar-athlete

Born Oct. 13, 1990 Born in Dunkirk, N.Y. Daughter of Lorraine Warren Lives in Greenville, S.C. Major is undecided

-In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, who is your teammate and who are you playing against? God and me vs. Michael Jordan and Kristi Toliver -My favorite thing about CSU women’s basketball is... My teammates!!!!

Career Stats Year 2008-09 TOTAL

GP 30 30

GS 17 17

Min 781 781

Avg FG FGA 26.0 65 184 26.0 65 184

Pct FG FGA .353 1 8 .353 1 8

Pct FT FTA .125 30 48 .125 30 48

Pct Off Def Tot .625 53 62 115 .625 53 62 115

Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk 3.8 59 1 135 94 3 3.8 59 1 135 94 3

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Stl 47 47

Pts 161 161

Avg 5.4 5.4

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Danielle Gibson 6-0 Jr. Center Roebuck, S.C. Dorman HS

Off Court With Danielle -My first pair of basketball sneakers were…Nikes -Team you consider to be your biggest rival…all of them -Advice to younger teammates…Never give up and never let anybody bring you down -About how many texts do you send/receive per day? Too many to count

2009-10 : Saw action in 26 games and averaged 7.1 minutes per contest...also averaged 1.4 points per game and 1.0 rebounds per game... had the best game of her career in a CSU victory over Presbyterian College (3/5/10), as she recorded season highs in points (8), rebounds (7) and minutes (22)...also registered eight points against Savannah State (12/22/09)...shot 44 percent from the field and 77 percent from the free-throw line.

-You just found $5 in your pocket, where would you spend it? either a food place or at the mall -Favorite drill in Practice…2, 3, 4, 4 on 5 drill -Least favorite drill in Practice… love them all

2008-09: Gibson played in 21 games and started once in her freshman season...shot 53 percent from the field...tallied one block and four steals...had her best game of the season against High Point University (2/9/09), scoring eight points and grabbing eight rebounds...averaged 1.7 rebounds and 1.9 points per game.

-If you were on Jersey Shore what would your nickname be? Dany May -You have a week off from school, where are you going on vacation? Probably no where because I am sure that basketball practice would replace school

High School: Averaged 7.7 points and 6.8 rebounds as a senior...game highs included; 14 points in two separate games, 11 rebounds, five assists and six steals...named to the all-region and all-area team...selected preseason top 10 for South Carolina...member of the 2005 4A Region State Championship...member of the 2005, ’06, ’07 and ’08 Upperstate Championship Team...named MVP of the Spartanburg County East vs. West All-Star Game (2008)...member of the Greenville County vs. Spartanburg County FCA All-Star Game (2008)...earned four letters in high school play.

-Favorite away venue you have played in… High Point -You get to pick what the entire team has to watch on the bus…The Karate Kid starring Jaden Smith -The person I would most like to meet? Jonah -What I want to accomplish this basketball season? Be better than I was the season before and help lead us to a winning season -Accomplishment (athletic or nonathletic) I am most proud of... Winning a championship ring in high school

Personal

-In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, who is your teammate and who are you playing against? Teammate would be my dad, and we would play Diana Nolan and whoever he wanted to defend

Born Aug. 31, 1989 Born in Spartanburg, S.C. Daughter of Darren and Rhonda Gibson Majoring in sociology

-My favorite thing about CSU women’s basketball is... My teamies because we have a great time together -My favorite sports team besides CSU women’s basketball team is... L.A. Sparks -My favorite Coach Goodenough quote is... Low hips, high hands

Career Stats

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Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 21 26 47

GS 1 0 1

Min 167 184 351

Avg 8.0 7.1 7.5

FG FGA 16 30 12 29 28 59

Pct FG FGA .533 1 2 .414 0 2 .475 1 4

Pct .500 .000 .250

FT FTA 6 12 13 17 19 29

Pct Off Def .500 9 27 .765 7 20 .655 16 47

Tot 36 27 63

Avg 1.7 1.0 1.3

PF 16 15 31

FO Ast TO Blk 1 4 16 1 0 5 14 1 1 9 30 2

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Pts 39 37 76

Avg 1.9 1.4 1.6


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Katie St. Clair 6-1 R-Fr. Forward

Lynchburg, V.A. Virginia Espiscopal HS

Off Court With Katie -My first pair of basketball sneakers were…Nikes: super ugly & two sizes too big -Team you consider to be your biggest rival…High Point -Advice to younger teammates…Always be early: ontime is late 2009-2010: Did not play due to injury High School: Honor student at her college preparatory school, where she played for two years...averaged 9.3 points and 5.2 rebounds junior year...shot almost 80 percent from the free throw line...graduated as the most prolific three point shooter in VES history...also played at Liberty Christian Academy...lettered in volleyball, track and cross country. Personal: Born July 26, 1990...daughter of Wesley and Jean St. Clair...majoring in premed/sports med...father and aunt Debbie Thomas played basketball at Emory & Henry College, uncle Stan played at Bluefield College and cousin Heather Stevens played basketball and volleyball at Bridgwater College.

-About how many texts do you send/receive per day? Too many -You just found $5 in your pocket, where would you spend it? MOES! -Favorite drill in Practice…Blood Drills -Least favorite drill in Practice… Perfection Drills -If you were on Jersey Shore what would your nickname be? Sainteesha -You have a week off from school, where are you going on vacation? Home to my family -Favorite away venue you have played in… High Point -You get to pick what the entire team has to watch on the bus…The entire first season of Glee -Favorite scripture or bible story? Isaiah 40:31 and Jeremiah 29:11 -I model my game after... Becky Hammon New York Liberty

Personal

-Favorite class at Charleston Southern? Dr. Yarbrough’s American Literature class -What I want to accomplish this basketball season? Beating Liberty TWICE

Born June 26, 1990 Born in Lynchburg, Va. Daughter of Jean St. Clair and Wesley St. Clair Major is pre-med/professional biology

-In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, who is your teammate and who are you playing against? LeBron, and we’d play Shaq and Katie Smith (Detroit Shock) -My favorite thing about CSU women’s basketball is? All the fun we have as teammates, on and off the court.

Career Stats

-My favorite Coach Goodenough quote is... Dig deep and push yourself. You can’t exceed other’s expectations if you don’t first exceed your own.

Did not make an appearance this past season due to injury.

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Helen Terry

5-5 So. Guard Greensboro, N.C. Dudley HS Off Court With Helen -My first pair of basketball sneakers were…Jordans -Team you consider to be your biggest rival…High Point -Advice to younger teammates…Keep your head up 2009-2010: Terry was named to the Big South All-Freshman Team after a rookie campaign that saw her finish third on the team in scoring and first in assists...she was second amongst conference freshmen with 8.2 points per game and her 2.7 assists per game led all Big South rookies and was sixth overall... the speedy point guard also grabbed 3.3 rebounds per game and led the Bucs with 53 steals...played in all 31 games and made a CSU freshman-high 19 starts...scored in double figures 12 times, including a career-high 18 against UNC Asheville (1/4/10) and 16 against Liberty (2/22/10)...Terry recorded nine points, six rebounds, six steals and four assists against North Carolina (11/29/09)...was named rookie of the week Dec. 22. High School: Averaged 18 points, 5.6 steals, 3.0 rebounds and 7.0 assists per game...three-time team MVP and Triad Player of the Year...three-time all-area team and two-time all-state... was the MVP of the state championship game after leading her team to the 2009 AAA state title...also selected as a North Carolina All-Star and selected to play in the 2009 East West All-Star Game...also ran track.

-Least favorite drill in Practice… Line Slides -If you were on Jersey Shore what would your nickname be? H-Teezy -You have a week off from school, where are you going on vacation? Florida -Favorite away venue you have played in… UNC Chapel Hill -You get to pick what the entire team has to watch on the bus…Love and Basketball -Favorite scripture or bible story? Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” -What goes through your mind when you’re defending an opposing player on the court? I can stop her; don’t let her score

-In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, who is your teammate and who are you playing against? Me and my friend Tevin Whiteside vs. Michael Jordan and Ivory Latta -My favorite Coach Goodenough quote is... It’s not about easy it’s about tough

Career Stats

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-Favorite drill in Practice…Blood Drill

-What I want to accomplish this basketball season? Win the conference championship

Born Dec. 9, 1990 Daughter of Robin and Jeff Terry. Majoring in physical education

Min 777 777

-You just found $5 in your pocket, where would you spend it? Zaxby’s

-After college, I plan to... Pursue a career in whatever I want to do. Get married and move out of the state and have three kids.

Personal

Year GP GS 2009-10 31 19 TOTAL 31 19

-About how many texts do you send/receive per day? over 500

Avg FG FGA 25.1 82 282 25.1 82 282

Pct FG FGA .291 36 153 .291 36 153

Pct FT FTA .235 54 76 .235 54 76

Pct Off Def Tot .711 21 80 101 .711 21 80 101

Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk 3.3 73 0 85 98 2 3.3 73 0 85 98 2

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Pts 254 254

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Lakeitha Alston 6-0 So. Forward

Myrtle Beach, S.C. Carolina Forrest HS

Off Court With Lakeitha -My first pair of basketball sneakers were…Chuck Taylors -Team you consider to be your biggest rival…Coastal -Advice to younger teammates…TALK ! and Keep your head up -About how many texts do you send/receive per day? 578

2009-10: Alston played in all 31 games and made eight starts throughout the season...scored 5.3 points per game and averaged 3.7 rebounds per game...shot 38 percent from the field and knocked down eight three-pointers...scored a season-high 14 points against Mercer College (11/21/09) and hit double figures in five different games...grabbed seven rebounds four times and pulled down a season-high 10 against UTSA (11/20/09).

-You just found $5 in your pocket, where would you spend it? On Katie Tull -Favorite drill in Practice…Free throw rebounding game -Least favorite drill in Practice… Free throw game -If you were on Jersey Shore what would your nickname be? Tank -You have a week off from school, where are you going on vacation? Home

High School: Lakeitha averaged 23 points, 13 rebounds and three assists in high school...was an all-region player all four years and was named to the all-state team twice...lettered three times...played in the North Carolina-South Carolina AllStar Game...also participated in volleyball and track and field.

-Favorite away venue you have played in… Littlejohn (Clemson) -You get to pick what the entire team has to watch on the bus…Finding Nemo -Favorite scripture or bible story? Phil. 3:14 -What goes through your mind when you’re defending an opposing player on the court? To not let them touch the ball at all -I model my game after... Courtney Paris and Allison Bales

Personal

-After college, I plan to... Go overseas and play basketball in Italy.

Born Jan. 23, 1991 Daughter of Reggie and Dee Dee Alston Majoring in Kinesiology father played football for the University of Utah and three uncles played football for Clemson University.

Career Stats Year 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 31 31

GS 8 8

Min 572 572

Avg FG FGA 18.5 57 151 18.5 57 151

Pct FG FGA .377 8 28 .377 8 28

-The person I would most like to meet? Anderson Cooper -What I want to accomplish this basketball season? I would LOVE to be conference champions -My favorite Coach Goodenough quote is... It’s not about easy, it’s about tough

Pct FT FTA .286 41 63 .286 41 63

Pct Off Def Tot .651 29 85 114 .651 29 85 114

Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk 3.7 64 0 18 51 3 3.7 64 0 18 51 3

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Pts 163 163

Avg 5.3 5.3

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Shay Jones 5-6 So. Guard

Kernersville, N.C. Mt. Tabor

Off Court With Shay -My first pair of basketball sneakers were…Chuck Taylors -Team you consider to be your biggest rival…Coastal -Advice to younger teammates…Stay Focused 2009-10 : Jones played in all but one game and made seven starts throughout the year...averaged 3.9 points per game and pulled down 2.8 rebounds a game...had a season-high 13 points against Coastal Carolina (1/9/10), including a 7-for-7 effort from the freethrow line...shot 78 percent from the line, and went 10-for-11 from the charity stripe against UNC Asheville (2/6/10)...recorded double figures four times and dished out a season-high seven assists against Mercer (11/21/09). High School: Shay averaged 18 points, 4.1 rebounds, 5.6 assists and 4.8 steals per game...she also shot 44 percent from behind the arc and was named the Central Piedmont 4A Player of the Year... she was a three-time all-conference selection and the conference player of the year...the Winston Salem Journal named Jones to its All-Northwest team twice, while Triad Sporting News made her an all-district selection...made A and B Honor Roll all four years.

-About how many texts do you send/receive per day? about 500 -You just found $5 in your pocket, where would you spend it? McDonalds -Favorite drill in Practice…Fresno 21 -Least favorite drill in Practice… Perfection drill -If you were on Jersey Shore what would your nickname be? SJ -You have a week off from school, where are you going on vacation? Home -Favorite away venue you have played in… High Point -You get to pick what the entire team has to watch on the bus…Shark Tale -Best advice I’ve ever received? To keep God first in anything and everything you do -Favorite scripture or bible story? The story of Job -What goes through your mind when you’re defending an opposing player on the court? Don’t let them score

Personal

-I model my game after... My daddy -After college, I plan to... go back to school and get my master’s

Born Mar. 21, 1991 Daughter of Paul and Tujuana Jones Majoring in criminal justice/psychology.

-What I want to accomplish this basketball season? Winning a conference championship -Accomplishment (athletic or nonathletic) I am most proud of is... Earning a scholarship to play CSU basketball

Career Stats Year 2009-10 TOTAL

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GP 30 30

GS 7 7

Min 420 420

Avg FG FGA 14.0 27 92 14.0 27 92

Pct FG FGA .293 8 48 .293 8 48

Pct FT FTA .167 54 69 .167 54 69

Pct Off Def Tot .783 16 67 83 .783 16 67 83

Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk 2.8 54 0 38 55 4 2.8 54 0 38 55 4

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Pts 116 116

Avg 3.9 3.9


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Erin Bratcher 5-9 Fr. Guard

Raleigh, N.C. Ravenscroft HS

Kirklin Kirkpatrick 5-10 Fr. Guard

WAYNESVILLE, N.C. Tuscola HS

High School: Varsity Letter winner all four years...two time all state... McDonalds all American nominee...two time team MVP... all conference honors four times...Glaxo Smith All tournament team.. scored over 1500 points... over 500 rebounds... had a career high in a game of 33 points....softball all conference three times... All State and TISAC Player of the year Senior Year Personal: Born on August 24, 1992. Daughter of Dave and Lori Bratcher

High School: Varsity Letter winner all four years...served as captain as junior and senior. MVP-Junior and senior years... All district junior and senior...All WNC-Senior year... County player of the year... played in the Blue white game senior year... Third player in school history to reach 1000 points. Cross country captain, all conference.. 12th in the region.. also played volleyball earning two letters her junior and senior years..... Personal: Born on Jan. 11, 1992. Daughter of Kirk and Wanda Kirkpatrick

Off Court With Erin

Off Court With Kirklin

-I chose my jersey number because... 12 was taken, I learned to love it -Favorite song to listen to before a game? Halftime- Ying Yang Twins

-I chose my jersey number because... my mother wore it in college -Favorite song to listen to before a game? By Your side : Tenth Avenue North One TV show I can’t believe I watch?Phineas and Ferb

One TV show I can’t believe I watch? I survived a Japanese gameshow

-Describe your basketball game in three words or less... determined

-Describe your basketball game in three words or less... passion, determination, work

-Best advice I’ve ever received? What you are is God’s gift to you, what you make of yourself is your gift to God

-Best advice I’ve ever received? Do today what others won’t, so you can do tomorrow what others can’t -If you could change one rule in the college game, what would it be? no jump balls

-If you could change one rule in the college game, what would it be? I’d like to have two more fouls -Favorite scripture or bible story? Psalm 46:10: Be still and know that I am God.

-Favorite scripture or bible story? II Corinthians 4 -What goes through your mind when you’re defending an opposing player on the court? Stop ball, whatever it takes -After college, I plan to... Find something I am passionate about and do the best I can at it -What I want to accomplish this basketball season? To win a Big South Championship -Accomplishment (athletic or nonathletic) I am most proud of is... Playing Basketball for CSU -In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, who is your teammate and who are you playing against? Me and Steve Nash vs MJ and Diana Tuarasi -My favorite thing about CSU women’s basketball is... Our united passion for the game -My favorite Goodenough quote is... Don’t worry about working so hard that you die, you will pass out way before you die

-What goes through your mind when you’re defending an opposing player on the court? Shut her down -After college, I plan to... Go to graduate school and travel -What I want to accomplish this basketball season? To win a Big South Championship -Accomplishment (athletic or nonathletic) I am most proud of is... finishing in the top 5% of my class -In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, who is your teammate and who are you playing against? ME and Kobe vs Pistol Pete and Tyler Hansbrough -My favorite thing about CSU women’s basketball is... The Commitment every player and coach has for the program -My favorite Goodenough quote is... Goodenough never is

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Rachelle Coward 6-0 Jr. Guard

Margaret Spaulding 5-10 Fr. Forward

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Oak Hill Academy

Charlotte, N.C. Hopewell HS

High School: MVP of the Oack hill team... earned all star in NACA Tournament...Voted top 100 in SLAM Magazine...also selected 3 years as one of the top players in Canada... invited to play in national tournament with other nominees

High School: All conference... named team’s most improved player... ROTC Scholastic Medal.... JROTC Cadet Purple heart.

Personal: Born on June. 2, 1990. Daughter of Curtis Coward and Denise Bowes

Off Court With Rachelle -Favorite song to listen to before a game? Take it to the house -One TV show I can’t believe I watch? Hannah Montana -Describe your basketball game in three words or less... finesse -Best advice I’ve ever received? The greatest barrier to success in life is in the fear of failure -If you could change one rule in the college game, what would it be? I would change the length of the game and make it longer -Favorite scripture or bible story? Phil. 4:13 -What goes through your mind when you’re defending an opposing player on the court? You’re not getting by me and you’re not going to score... let’s go! -After college, I plan to... continue playing basketball and going to school -What I want to accomplish this basketball season? Since I am sitting out a year and cant play, I want to get my teammates ready in practice to play -Accomplishment (athletic or nonathletic) I am most proud of is... my 4.0 GPA my freshman year

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Personal: Born on Mar. 4, 1992. Daughter of Samuel and Hazel Spaulding

Off Court With Margaret -I chose my jersey number because... Grandfather’s birthday is on August 23 -Favorite song to listen to before a game?“Fool of Me” One TV show I can’t believe I watch? Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmerman -Describe your basketball game in three words or less... Crash the boards -Best advice I’ve ever received? Things happen for a reason -If you could change one rule in the college game, what would it be? shorter shot clock makes defense shorter -Favorite scripture or bible story? Joshua 1:9 -What goes through your mind when you’re defending an opposing player on the court? music -After college, I plan to... Go to law school -What I want to accomplish this basketball season? Be able to contribute to the team -Accomplishment (athletic or nonathletic) I am most proud of is... I was the valedictorian of my elementary school

-In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, who is your teammate and who are you playing against? Teamate: Kobe vs LeBron and D.Wade

-In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, who is your teammate and who are you playing against? LeBron James and me, against Kobe and D. Wade

-My favorite thing about CSU women’s basketball is... that we are like family, when one person falls we all help to pick them up -The person I would most like to meet... Michael Jordan

-My favorite thing about CSU women’s basketball is... Everyone gets along on the team -My favorite Goodenough quote is... Goodenough never is

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BUCCANEER NEWCOMERS BREAKDOWN BY CLASS FRESHMEN 3 21 2 23 33

Erin Bratcher Kirklin Kirkpatrick Katie St. Clair Margaret Spaulding Anicia Dotson

5-9 5-11 6-1 5-10 5-9

Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr.

SOPHOMORES

Anicia Dotson 5-9 Fr. Forward

Greenwood, S.C. Daniel HS

High School: Named team MVP... 19 points per game... reached 1000 point mark her junior year. Personal: Born on Sept. 26, 1991. Daughter of Alicia Wideman and Anthony Dotson

Off Court With ANICIA -I chose my jersey number because... Both of my coaches wore 33 -Favorite song to listen to before a game? Lil Boosie- Set it off One TV show I can’t believe I watch? Teen Mom

0 5 12 24

-Favorite scripture or bible story? John 3:16 -What goes through your mind when you’re defending an opposing player on the court? stay on your feet -After college, I plan to... Play overseas

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22 25 30 14

-In your dream 2-on-2 matchup, who is your teammate and who are you playing against? Me and Rondo vs Paul Pierce and LeBron -My favorite thing about CSU women’s basketball is... Being with my team -My favorite Goodenough quote is... “Low hips high hands”

R-So. So. So. So.

Danielle Gibson Rachelle Coward

6-0 6-0

Jr. Jr.

5-10 5-9 6-0 5-8

R-Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

SENIORS Kelsey Wasmer Katie Tull Lydia Johnson Abby Poole

POSITIONAL BREAKDOWN GUARDS 0 3 5 12 14 21 22 25

-What I want to accomplish this basketball season? win the Big South conference -Accomplishment (athletic or nonathletic) I am most proud of is...Going to state in three different sports my senior year

5-5 5-6 5-5 6-0

JUNIORS

-Describe your basketball game in three words or less... Hard, Patience, love -Best advice I’ve ever received?You can do anything you want to put your mind to -If you could change one rule in the college game, what would it be? The shot clock

Kiki Rutledge Shay Jones Helen Terry Lakeitha Alston

Kiki Rutledge Erin Bratcher Shay Jones Helen Terry Abby Poole Kirklin Kirkpatrick Kelsey Wasmer Katie Tull

5-5 5-9 5-6 5-5 5-8 5-11 5-10 5-9

R-So. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. R-Sr. Sr.

FORWARDS 2 4 23

Katie St. Clair Rachelle Coward Margaret Spaulding

6-1 6-0 5-10

R-Fr. R-So. Fr.

24 33

Lakeitha Alston Anicia Dotson

6-0 So. 5-11 Fr.

CENTERS 30 42

Lydia Johnson Danielle Gibson

6-0 6-0

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BUCCANEER OPPONENTS 1

Erskine College

Nov. 13, Charleston, S.C. 8 pm

Location................................................ Gaffney, S.C. Founded..............................................................1839 Enrollment............................................................ 600 Nickname...............................................Flying Fleet Colors...................................................Red and Gold Affiliation...................................................NCAA D-II Conference........................ Conference Carolinas Arena..........................................................Belk Arena Capacity................................................................. N/A President................................ Dr. Randall T. Ruble Director of Athletics.......................... Mark Peeler Head Coach.......................................Jessica Ridgill Alma Mater...................................................Wofford Record at School................................................. N/A Career Record...................................................... N/A Assistant Coaches.............................................. N/A First year of WBB................................................. N/A All-Time Record................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 7/3 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 3/3 Newcomers................................................................ 8 2009-10 Record........................12-16 (11-11, 7th) Series vs. CSU....................................CSU leads 2-1 WBB Contact......................................... Bart Walker Email.................................... bwalker@erskine.edu Office Phone..................................... 864-379-8859 Office Fax............................................................... N/A Web site..........www.erskinecollegesports.com

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UNC Greensboro

Nov. 22, Charleston, S.C. 7 pm

Location....................................... Greensboro, N.C. Founded..............................................................1891 Enrollment.......................................................18,502 Nickname.................................................... Spartans Colors.................................. Gold, White and Navy Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference................................................ Southern Arena....................................................Fleming Gym Capacity..............................................................1,833 Chancellor..................................Dr. Linda P. Brady Director of Athletics...........................Kim Record Head Coach.......................................... Lynne Agee Alma Mater................................... Longwood (‘71) Record at School...............543-295 (29 seasons) Career Record....................589-318 (32 seasons) Associate Head Coach................... Carol Peschel Assistant Coaches................................ Jone Hines ...........................................................KaLeah Latham Letterwinners Returning/Lost......................11/4 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 3/2 Newcomers................................................................ 4 2009-10 Record........................................6-14/t7th Series vs. CSU............................. UNCG leads 15-0 WBB Contact.............................................Phil Perry Email........................................ pdperry@uncg.edu Office Phone..................................... 336-334-5615 Office Fax:.......................................... 336-334-3182 Press Row Phone:........................... 336-334-5625 Web site:....................... www.uncgspartans.com

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Clemson

Nov. 14, Clemson, S.C. 2 pm

Location.............................................. Clemson, S.C. Founded..............................................................1889 Enrollment.......................................................17,585 Nickname............................................... Lady Tigers Colors......Burnt Orange and Northwest Purple Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference.......................................Atlantic Coast Arena........................................Littlejohn Coliseum Capacity..............................................................9,850 President........................................ James F. Barker Athletic Director................Dr. Terry Don Philips Head Coach..................................... Itoro Coleman Alma Mater......................................N.C. State (‘79) Record at School.................................. first season Career Record....................................... first season Assistant Coaches..................................... A.G. Hall ......................... Todd Steelman, Marla Brumfield First year of WBB.........................................1976-77 All-Time Record...........................................615-418 Letterwinners Returning/Lost......................12/2 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 4/2 Newcomers................................................................ 1 2009-10 Record...................................13-18 (4-10) Last NCAA Tourney Appearance................2002 Series vs. CSU.......................... Clemson leads 9-0 WBB Contact.............................................Jeff Kallin Email.......................................kallin@clemson.edu Office Phone..................................... 864-656-1920 Office Fax............................................................... N/A Press Row Phone................................................ N/A Web site....................... www.clemsontigers.com

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Texas Tech

Nov. 28, Lubbock, T.X. 6 pm

Location...............................................Lubbock, T.X. Founded..............................................................1923 Enrollment.......................................................30,049 Nickname.............................................Lady Raiders Colors............................................Scarlet and Black Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference...................................................... Big 12 Arena.........................................United Spirit Arena Capacity............................................................15,050 President................................................Kent Hance Athletic Director...............................Gerald Myers Head Coach ...........................................Kristy Curry Alma Mater,Year ....Northeast Louisiana, 1988 Record at school (yrs.) ................ 66-62 (4 years) Career record (yrs.) ................245-113 (11 years) Assistant Coaches................................ Kelly Curry ..............................................................Brooke Stoehr ..........................................................Shereka Wright Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 8/3 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 3/2 Newcomers..............................................................11 2009-10 Record........................18-15 (5-11, T8th) Series vs. CSU........................................................ 0-0 WBB Contact................................Tammi Hoffman Email............................ Tammi.hoffman@ttu.edu Office Phone...................................(806) 742-2770 Office Fax.........................................(806) 742-1970 Press Row Phone..........................(806) 742-6688 Web site........................www.goladyraiders.com

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Voorhees College

Nov. 16, Charleston, S.C. 5 pm

Location............................................. Denmark, S.C. Founded..............................................................1897 Enrollment............................................................ 700 Nickname..........................................................Tigers Affiliation.............................................................NAIA Conference...........................................................A.I.I. Arena....................................................................... N/A Capacity................................................................. N/A Chancellor..............................Cleveland D. Sellers Director of Athletics.....................Wille Jefferson Head Coach............................ Edward J. Glover Jr Alma Mater...................................................... Claflin Record at School................................................. N/A Career Record...................................................... N/A Associate Head Coach...................................... N/A Assistant Coaches.............................................. N/A .................................................................................. N/A First season as varsity program.............1974-75 All-Time Record................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... N/A Starters Returning/Lost.................................... N/A Newcomers........................................................... N/A 2009-10 Record................................................17-13 Last Tourney Appearance.............................2009 Series vs. CSU....................................CSU leads 3-0 WBB Contact....................................Ed J. Glover Jr. Email.................................eglover@voorhees.edu Office Phone.................................... 803) 780-1042 Office Fax............................................................... N/A Press Row Phone................................................ N/A Web site............... www.Voorhees.edu/athletics

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Sam Houston State

Nov. 29, 2010 Lubbock, T.X. 2 pm

Location....................................... Huntsville, Texas Founded..............................................................1879 Enrollment.........................................................3,800 Nickname................................................... Bear Kats Colors..........................................Orange and white Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference.............................................. Southland Arena...................... Bernard G. Johnson Colisum Capacity..............................................................6,100 President...................................... Dr. Dana Gibson Athletic Director..........................Bobby Williams Head Coach......................Brenda Welch-Nichols Alma Mater............................Sam Houston, 1989 Record at School...................... 26-90 (4 seasons) Career Record....................158-238 (15 seasons) Assistant Coaches....................Jamene Caldwell ..........................................................Leslie Reinecker Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 4/5 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 1/5 Newcomers................................................................ 8 2009-10 Record................................................11-18 Series vs. CSU........................................................ 0-0 WBB Contact ...................................... Paul Ridings Email............................................ridings@shsu.edu Office Phone...................................(936) 294-1764 Office Fax............................................................... N/A Web site.............................www.gobearkats.com

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BUCCANEER OPPONENTS 7

American

Nov. 28, Lubbock, T.X. noon

Location.......................................Washington, D.C. Founded..............................................................1893 Enrollment.........................................................6,421 Nickname......................................................... Eagles Colors...........................................Red, white & Blue Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference......................................Patriot League Arena....................................................Bender Arena Capacity..............................................................3,044 President......................................... Dr. Niel Kerwin Director of Athletics................................Kieth Gill Head Coach........................................Matt Corkery Alma Mater...................................West Texas A&M Record at School..............................................41-22 Career Record...................................................... N/A Assistant Coaches........................ LaToya Watson ................................................................Erin Lindroth .........................................................Josh Hutchinson First year of WBB................................................. N/A All-Time Record...........................................461-503 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 8/3 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 3/2 Newcomers................................................................ 5 2009-10 Record................................................22-10 Series vs. CSU........................................................ 0-0 WBB Contact................................... Howard Smith Email..................................hsmith@american.edu Office Phone..................................... 202-885-3032 Office Fax............................................................... N/A Web site.................................www.AUeagles.com

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Pfeiffer

Dec. 11, Charleston, S.C. 2 pm

Location.....................................Misenhiemer, N.C. Founded..............................................................1891 Enrollment.........................................................2,019 Nickname.......................................................Falcons Colors..................................Gold, White and black Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference.....................................................S.A.A.C Arena....................................... Athletic Conference Capacity..............................................................2,200 Chancellor.......................... presently in search of Director of Athletics.................... Bobby Stewart Head Coach.....................................Jeremy Currier Alma Mater........................................................... N/A Record at School................................................. N/A Career Record...................................................... N/A Assistant Coaches............................... Mike Gilroy .......................................................... Laura Chapman Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... N/A Starters Returning/Lost.................................... N/A Newcomers........................................................... N/A 2009-10 Record................................................13-15 Series vs. CSU....................................CSU leads 1-0 WBB Contact..............................................Sean Fox Email......... Sean.Fox@fsmail.pfeiffer.eduOffice Phone................................................. 704-463-3192 Office Fax:.............................................................. N/A Press Row Phone:............................................... N/A Web site:.................... www.gofalconsports.com

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South Carolina

Dec. 1, Columbia, S.C. 11 Am

Location............................................ Columbia, S.C. Founded..............................................................1801 Enrollment.......................................................28,481 Nickname...............................................Gamecocks Colors.......................................... Garnett and Black Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference........................................................... SEC Arena......................................... Colonial Life Arena Capacity............................................................18,000 President................................... Dr. Harris Pastides Athletic Director.................................. Eric Hyman Head Coach.........................................Dawn Staley Alma Mater..........................................Virginia (‘92) Record at School...................... 24-33 (2 seasons) Career Record.....................193-113(10 seasons) Assistant Coaches..................................Lisa Boyer .................................... Nikki McCray, Darius Taylor First year of WBB.........................................1974-75 All-Time Record...........................................604-462 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 9/2 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 4/1 Newcomers................................................................ 8 2009-10 Record..................................... 14-15 (7-9) Last NCAA Tourney Appearance................2003 Series vs. CSU.......................................SC leads 1-0 WBB Contact........................................ Diana Koval Email................................dkoval@mailbox.sc.edu Office Phone..................................... 803-777-7977 Office Fax............................................................... N/A Press Row Phone............................ 803-777-6182 Web site.............. www.GameCocksOnline.com

Furman

Dec. 4, Greenville, S.C. 2 pm

Location............................................Greenville, S.C. Founded..............................................................1826 Enrollment.........................................................2,600 Nickname..................................................... Paladins Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference..................................................... SOCon Arena............................................... Timmons Arena Capacity..............................................................3,000 Chancellor...............................................Rad Smolla Director of Athletics.......................Dr. Gary Clark Head Coach.......................................Jackie Carson Alma Mater................................................... Furman Record at School.................................................. 0-0 Career Record....................................................... 0-0 Assistant Coaches.................... Julia Huddleston ........................................................... LaCheryl Smith .................................................................Gary Horton First season as varsity program.............1969-70 All-Time Record...........................................470-530 Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... N/A Starters Returning/Lost.................................... N/A Newcomers........................................................... N/A 2009-10 Record..................................................7-24 Last Tourney Appearance.............................2000 Series vs. CSU..........................Furman leads 4-21 WBB Contact........................................Hunter Ried Email........................... Hunter.Reid@Furman.edu Office Phone...................................(864) 294-2061 Office Fax............................................................... N/A Press Row Phone................................................ N/A Web site................... www.FurmanPaladins.com

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UNC Wilmington

Dec. 17, Wilmington, N.C. 11:30 AM

Location....................................... Wilmington, N.C. Founded..............................................................1891 Enrollment.......................................................18,502 Nickname.................................................... Spartans Colors........................................ Gold,White & Navy Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference..................................................... SOCon Arena..................................... Fleming Gymnasium Capacity..............................................................1,833 President....................................Dr. Linda P. Brady Athletic Director..................................Kim Record Head coach ..........................................Lynne Agee Alma mater ..................................Longwood, 1971 Record at UNCG ..........................................543-295 (Career record (years) ............................... 589-318 Associate head coach .....................Carol Peschel Alma mater ..........................................UNCG, 1982 Assistant coach ................ChoRhonda Gwaltney Assistant coach ...........................KaLeah Latham 2009-10 overall record....................................10-20 2009-10 SoCon record/fi nish ............. 6-14/t7th Returning/lost ....................................................11/4 Starters returning/lost .......................................3/2 Newcomers ............................................................... 4 Series vs. CSU............................ UNCW leads 19-1 WBB Contact................................Mike Hirschman Email.....................................mwhirsch@uncg.edu Phone................................................ 336-202-5331 Web site:....................... www.uncgspartans.com

Mercer

Dec. 20, 2010 Macon, G.A. 2 pm

Location................................................... Macon, GA Founded..............................................................1833 Enrollment.........................................................8,200 Nickname........................................................... Bears Colors...........................................Orange and Black Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference...........................................Atlantic Sun Arena............................................ University Center Capacity..............................................................3,200 President..........................William D. Underwood Athletic Director........................................Jim Cole Head Coach......................................Susie Gardner Alma Mater...................................................Georgia Record at School.................................First Season Career Record....................158-238 (15 seasons) Assistant Coach ....................................Amy Jones ........................................................Tiff any Swoffard ................................................................Rhet Wierzba Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 5/3 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 2/3 Newcomers................................................................ 5 2009-10 Record................................................14-16 Series vs. CSU..............................Mercer leads 4-5 WBB Contact ......................................Andy Stabell Email................................. stabell_al@mercer.edu Office Phone...................................(478) 301-5219 Office Fax.......................................... 478) 301-5350 Web site.......................... www.mercerbears.com

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College of Charleston

Dec. 31, Charleston, S.C.(CSU) 2 PM

Location..........................................Charleston, S.C. Founded..............................................................1770 Enrollment.......................................................11,621 Nickname......................................................... Eagles Colors...........................................Red, white & Blue Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference..................................................... SOCon Arena........................................Carolina First Arena Capacity..............................................................5,100 President.............................Dr. P. George Benson Director of Athletics..................................Joe Hull Head Coach......................... Nancy Wilson/Coker Alma Mater........................................................... N/A Record at School.........................................294-173 Career Record..............................................525-322 Associate Head Coach...............Temple Elmore Assistant Coaches.......................... Kaye Waldrep JoshKeys........................................................................ First year of WBB.........................................1974-75 All-Time Record..............................217-319 (Div I) Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 8/3 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 1/4 Newcomers................................................................ 5 2009-10 Record................................................21-12 Series vs. CSU................................CofC leads 44-8 WBB Contact................................Simon Whitaker Email.......................................whitakers@cofc.edu Office Phone..................................... 843-953-3683 Office Fax........................................... 843-953-6534 Web site.............................www.CofCSports.com

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Coastal Carolina

Jan. 10, Conway, S.C. 2 pm Mar. 4, Charleston, S.C. 7 pm

Location............................................... Conway, S.C. Founded..............................................................1954 Enrollment.........................................................8,700 Nickname............................................. Chanticleers Colors................................. Teal, Bronze and Black Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference............................................... Big South Arena....................................................Kimbel Arena Capacity..............................................................1,039 President............................ Dr. David A. DeCenzo Athletics Director...................... Hunter Yurachek Head Coach........................................Alan LeForce Alma Mater................Cumberland College (‘75) Record at School...............192-177 (13 seasons) Career Record....................432-357 (28 seasons) Assistant Coaches.................................. Mark Kost .............. Shameka Montgomery, Lori Whitaker First year of WBB.........................................1974-75 All-Time Record...........................................384-547 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 8/4 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 2/3 Newcomers................................................................ 5 2009-10 Record..................................... 17-13 (7-9) Series vs. CSU........................ Coastal leads 39-26 WBB Contact........................................... Cody Bays Email......................................... cbays@coastal.edu Office Phone..................................... 843-349-2822 Office Fax........................................... 843-349-2819 Web site:........................www.GoCCUsports.com

15 & 29 Winthrop

14 & 22

Gardner-Webb

Jan. 3, Boiling Springs, N.C. 5:30 PM Feb. 5, Charleston, S.C. 2 PM

Location.................................Boiling Springs, N.C. Founded..............................................................1905 Enrollment.........................................................4,300 Nickname.................................................... Bulldogs Colors..................................................Red and Black Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference............................................... Big South Arena............................................Paul Porter Arena Capacity..............................................................3,500 President................................ Dr. A. Frank Bonner V.P. of Athletics...................................Chuck Burch Head Coach...........................................Rick Reeves Alma Mater.................................... Indiana St. (‘81) Record at School...................... 89-86 (6 seasons) Career Record....................362-327 (20 seasons) Associate Head Coach.... Krystal Reeves-Evans Assistant Coaches...................Brooke Wilkinson ...............................................................LaToya Carter Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 8/6 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 3/2 Newcomers................................................................ 5 2009-10 Record..................................................28-5 Series vs. CSU............. Gardner-Webb Leads 3-1 WBB Contact.........................................Kevin Davis Email........................kldavis@gardner-webb.edu Office Phone..................................... 704-406-3981 Office Fax........................................... 704-406-4739 Press Row Phone:........................... 704-406-4349 Web site:............................. www.gwusports.com

Jan. 8, Rock Hill, S.C. 2 pm Mar. 7,Charleston, S.C. 7 pm

Location......................................... Rock Hill, S.C. Founded.........................................................1886 Enrollment....................................................6,306 Nickname....................................................Eagles Colors........................................Garnet and Gold Affiliation............................................... NCAA D-I Conference.......................................... Big South Arena...................................Winthrop Coliseum Capacity.........................................................6,100 President................. Dr. Anthony J. DiGiorgio Athletic Director........................ Tom Hickman Head Coach................................... Bud Childers Alma Mater...........Charleston Southern (‘79) Record at School...............71-113 (6 seasons) Career Record.............4146-352 (28 seasons) Assistant Coaches.......................... Pam Brown .............. Tuonisia Turner-Lewis , Chris Vozab First year of WBB..........................................1969 All-Time Record......................................455-641 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................... 8/5 Starters Returning/Lost................................ 2/3 Newcomers........................................................... 5 2009-10 Record................... 13-18 (7-9/ T-5th) Last WNIT Appearance..............................2009 Series vs. CSU...............Winthrop leads 36-25 WBB Contact................................ Brett Redden Email..........................reddenb@winthrop.edu Office Phone.....................803-323-2129/6246 Office Fax...................................... 803-323-2433 Web site...............www.winthropeagles.com

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Presbyterian College Jan. 15, Charleston, S.C., 2 pm Feb. 21, Clinton, S.C. 7 pm

Location............................................Clinton, S.C. Founded.........................................................1880 Enrollment....................................................1,200 Nickname.............................................Blue Hose Colors.........................................Garnet and Blue Affiliation............................................... NCAA D-I Conference.......................................... Big South Arena.......................................Templeton Arena Capacity.........................................................2,300 President............................. Dr. John V. Griffith Athletic Director.............................Brian Reese Head Coach...................................Ronny Fisher Record at School....................9-50 (2 seasons) Career Record.........................9-50 (2 seasons) Assistant Coaches........................ Eric Burrows ............................. Kate Dempsey, Lisa Jackson Letterwinners Returning/Lost................... 9/4 Starters Returning/Lost................................ 4/1 Newcomers........................................................... 5 2009-10 Record................................ 5-25 (3-13) Series vs. CSU...............................CSU leads 6-2 WBB Contact...............................AJ Henderson Email............................ajhenders@presby.edu Office Phone................................ 864-833-8252 Office Fax...................................... 864-833-8323 Press Row Phone....................... 864-984-2856 Web site...................... www.gobluehose.com

UNC Asheville

Jan. 17, Charleston, S.C., 7 pm Feb. 19, Asheville, N.C. 2 pm

Location.............................................Asheville, N.C. Founded..............................................................1927 Enrollment.........................................................3,500 Nickname.................................................... Bulldogs Colors................................... Royal Blue and White Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference............................................... Big South Arena...................................................Justice Center Capacity..............................................................1,100 Chancellor....................................Dr. Anne Ponder Athletics Director..................................Janet Cone Head Coach........................................... Betsy Blose Alma Mater.......................... James Madison (‘84) Record at School....................98-109 (7 seasons) Career Record....................212-186 (14 seasons) Assistant Coaches.........................Tiffany Gwynn ...................................Curtis Metten, Lauren Pryor Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 7/4 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 3/2 Newcomers................................................................ 4 2008-09 Record.........................10-20 (7-9, T-6th) Series vs. CSU.....................Asheville leads 28-22 WBB Contact.....................................Everett Hutto Email........................................... ehutto@unca.edu Office Phone..................................... 828-251-6931 Office Fax........................................... 828-251-6386 Web site........................www.uncabulldogs.com

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BUCCANEER OPPONENTS 19 LIBERTY & 27

Jan. 22, Lynchburg, V.A. 2 pm Feb. 28, Charleston, S.C. 7 pm

Location........................................... Lynchburg, Va. Founded..............................................................1971 Enrollment.......................................................11,928 Nickname............................................. Lady Flames Colors......................................Red, White and Blue Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference............................................... Big South Arena......................................................Vines Center Capacity..............................................................8,085 Chancellor...............................Dr. Jerry Falwell, Jr. Athletics Director...................................Jeff Barber Head Coach......................................... Carey Green Alma Mater.........................Coastal Carolina (‘79) Record at School................. 264-83 (11 seasons) Career Record...................... 264-83 (11 seasons) Assistant Coaches......................... Alexis Sherard ............ Heather Stephens, Andrea Bloodworth First year of WBB.........................................1975-76 All-Time Record...........................................535-411 Letterwinners Returning/Lost......................11/1 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 4/1 Newcomers................................................................ 3 2009-10 Record............................. 27-6 (14-2, 1st) Last NCAA Tourney Appearance................2009 Series vs. CSU........................... Liberty leads 42-5 WBB Contact.................................... Paul Carmany Email................................ pjcarmany@liberty.edu Office Phone..................................... 434-582-2292 Office Fax........................................... 434-582-2076 Press Row Phone............................ 434-582-7451 Web site....................... www.LibertyFlames.com

21 & 23 High Point

20Radford & 26

Jan. 31, Charleston, S.C., 7 pm Feb. 12, High Point, N.C. 2 pm

Jan. , Charleston, S.C. 2 pm Feb. 21, Clinton, S.C. 7 pm

Location.................................................Radford, Va. Founded..............................................................1910 Enrollment.........................................................9,122 Nickname............................................. Highlanders Colors................................................ Red and White Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference............................................... Big South Arena...............................................Dedmon Center Capacity..............................................................5,000 President.................................... Penelope W. Kyle Athletic Director........................ Robert Lineburg Head Coach............................... Tajama Ngongba Alma Mater.................George Washington (‘97) Record at School........................ 16-40 (2 season) Career Record............................. 16-40 (2 season) Assistant Coaches................................ Mark Cook ...................... Felicia Burroughs, LaTanya Collins First year of WBB.........................................1971-72 All-Time Record...........................................592-444 Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... N/A Starters Returning/Lost.................................... N/A Newcomers........................................................... N/A 2009-10 Record..................................................6-22 Last NCAA Tourney Appearance................1996 Series vs. CSU.......................Radford leads 39-16 WBB Contact..............................Justin Thompson Email............................. jthompson@radford.edu Office Phone..................................... 540-831-6884 Office Fax........................................... 540-831-5556 Web site..................www.RadfordAthletics.com

Location..........................................High Point, N.C. Founded..............................................................1924 Enrollment.........................................................4,125 Nickname.................................................... Panthers Colors........................................... Purple and White Affiliation.................................................... NCAA D-I Conference............................................... Big South Arena....Millis Athletic and Convocation Center Capacity..............................................................1,750 President...................................... Dr. Nido Qubein Athletic Director................................. Craig Keilitz Head Coach............................................. Tooey Loy Alma Mater....................................High Point (‘94) Record at School................. 147-115 (9 seasons) Career Record...................... 147-115 (9 seasons) Assistant Coaches........ Karen Curtis McConico ......................................................................Katie Ralls First year of WBB.........................................1967-68 All-Time Record...........................................602-452 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 9/4 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 4/1 Newcomers................................................................ 6 2009-10 Record.............................17-14 (9-7, 3rd) Series vs. CSU.................................HPU leads 18-8 WBB Contact.........................................Joe Arancio Email...............................jarancio@highpoint.edu Office Phone..................................... 336-841-4638 Office Fax........................................... 336-841-9182 Web site............. www.highpointpanthers.com

Charleston Southern Records vs. Opponents Opponent W L Agnes Scott 1 0 Alabama State 1 0 Albany 1 1 Alcorn State 0 1 Anderson 2 4 Appalachian State 0 3 Arkansas State 0 1 Armstrong State 0 2 Armstrong Atlantic State 4 5 Army 0 1 Auburn 0 3 Augusta 3 10 Ball State 0 1 Belmont 0 1 Benedict 2 4 Berry 0 1 Bethune-Cookman 6 0 Birmingham-So. 3 10 Bluefield College 1 0 Bowling Green 0 1 Bryan 1 0 Campbell 0 23 Central Florida 0 1 Charlotte 0 3 Cincinnati 0 1 Clemson 0 9 Coastal Carolina 26 39 Coker 12 4 Coll. of Charleston 8 44 Colgate 0 1 Columbia 3 4 Coppin State 0 1

Opponent W L Covenant 1 0 Davidson 0 3 Davidson & Elkins 2 0 Duke 0 3 Eastern Illinois 1 1 Eastern Kentucky 0 1 East Carolina 0 1 East Tennessee State 0 1 Elon 2 2 Erskine 2 1 Florida A&M 1 1 Florida Southern 0 1 Florida State 0 1 Francis Marion 0 10 Furman 4 21 Gardner-Webb 1 3 Georgetown 0 2 Georgia 0 2 Georgia Southern 1 11 Georgia State 0 3 Georgia Tech 0 4 Hampton 1 0 High Point 8 18 Hofstra 0 1 IUPUI 0 3 Jacksonville 4 2 Jacksonville State 1 0 James Madison 0 2 Judson 1 0 Kentucky 0 1 Kennesaw State 1 1

Opponent Landers Liberty Limestone Livingstone Long Island Longwood Louisiana State Manhattan Marist Marshall Mars Hill McNeese State Miami Morehead State UMBC Mercer Methodist Mississippi State Montreat College Navy Newberry North Carolina North Texas UNC Asheville UNC Greensboro UNC Wilmington North Carolina A&T North Carolina State North Greenville Oglethorpe Paine

W L 1 7 5 42 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 6 8 4 5 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 5 10 0 8 1 0 23 28 1 14 1 19 3 2 0 3 2 4 1 0 0 2

Opponent W L Pembroke State 0 1 Pfeiffer 1 0 Presbyterian 7 2 Radford 16 39 Rollins 0 1 Savannah State 9 2 Sam Houston State 0 0 Shawnee State 0 1 South Carolina 0 1 South Carolina State 5 12 South Carolina Upstate 0 2 Southern Virginia 5 0 Southern Wesleyan 4 0 South Florida 0 1 Spartanburg Methodist 2 6 Stephen Austin 0 1 Stetson 1 1 Tennessee-Martin 1 1 Texas Tech 0 0 UTSA 0 1 Townson State 3 7 Vanderbilt 0 1 Voorhees 3 0 Wake Forest 0 6 Webber 2 0 Western Carolina 0 3 William & Mary 0 1 Wingate 1 0 Winthrop 25 37 Wofford 4 3 UT Chattanooga 0 1

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CONFERENCE AFFILIATION

Since its founding in 1983, the Big South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The league’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by athletic accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. This has evolved into the conference’s mission of “Developing Leaders Through Athletics.” The Big South Conference was formed August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the league’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in fall 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted full-fledged NCAA Division I status. During its infancy and prior to securing automatic bids to NCAA Championships, the Big South made early strides in earning at-large berths in several national postseason events, including volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s golf. In 1989, George F. “Buddy” Sasser replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as commissioner, and in 1990, the league received its first automatic bid – receiving an automatic qualifier to the NCAA Baseball Championship. Under Sasser’s seven years of leadership, the conference implemented its public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South competing among some of the finest teams in the nation. In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander replaced Sasser as the league’s third commissioner, and in his 13 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the conference to new levels. The conference has enjoyed record levels in marketing revenue during the past several years. He has brought television coverage to Big South women’s basketball, baseball and softball for the first time in conference history, as well as increased national television exposure to the league as a whole through aggressive and unique television packages. Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the league’s vision as a distinctive athletic conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. He also spearheaded the efforts to add football as a championship sport, which came to fruition in 2002, and has solidified conference membership with the additions of High Point, GardnerWebb and Presbyterian, and in 2011-12, the return of charter member Campbell University. Kallander’s long range vision has also included technological advancements, as the conference introduced its first live event video streaming in 2005 and has since expanded its video offerings to more than 600 events annually through a partnership with the member institutions, as well as the creation of several online and social media platforms.

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In the last 15 years alone, the Big South Conference has experienced monumental growth and success in nearly every sport. During this time, the conference has had two individual NCAA National Champions, more than 200 All-Americans, has reached the “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball, has received national Top 25 rankings in men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s outdoor track & field, and men’s golf, had an individual selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship four times in addition to the first men’s tennis doubles at-large selection, had the No. 1 ranked men’s golfer in the country, has had the nation’s top scoring men’s basketball team three consecutive years as well as the national men’s basketball scoring leader twice, received an at-large playoff berth in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2006, and had an institution finish fifth in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships – the conference’s highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event. In 2006-07 alone, the Big South was the only conference nationwide to have an at-large participant in the football playoffs (Coastal Carolina), a team in the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament (Winthrop) and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Baseball Regionals (Coastal Carolina). In fact, Coastal Carolina’s baseball program has been a No. 1 seed three out of the last five years, while its FCS playoff berth in 2006 came in just the fifth year of the Big South’s football existence. The conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics”, was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the conference’s 25th anniversary. The league also honored its heritage with the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in league history from 1983-08, with Liberty University’s 10-year women’s basketball championship run from 1996-07 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the Big South’s first 25 years. The conference’s on-field accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. Annually, more than 40 percent of conference student-athletes are named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a cumulative 3.0 grade-point average, and the league has had more than 95 Academic AllAmericans in its quarter-century of existence.

2010-11Big South Preseason Coaches’ Poll 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Liberty (13) Gardner-Webb (7) High Point Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Radford Winthrop UNC Asheville Presbyterian College

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HISTORY AND RECORDS 2009-10 INDIVIDUAL STATS   #  Player  25 22 12 44 33 24 25 32 30 42 15 42

SCORING 

TOTAL 

3-PTS 

F-THROWS 

REBOUNDS 

MIN. 

GP  GS  Pts  Avg  FG  FGA  Pct  3FG  FGA  Pct  FT  FTA  Pct  Off  Def  Tot  Avg  PF  FO  A  TO  Blk  Stl  Tot  Avg 

TULL, Katie Conference Only... WASMER, Kelsey Conference Only... TERRY, Helen Conference Only... RUSH, LeChell Conference Only... SCHWAGMEYER, Ali Conference Only... ALSTON, Lakeitha Conference Only... DECARVALHO, Tina Conference Only... JONES, Shay Conference Only... JOHNSON, Lydia Conference Only... GIBSON, Danielle Conference Only... PENICK, Kori Conference Only... POOLE, Abby Conference Only...

31 16 31 16 31 16 31 16 28 13 31 16 31 16 30 16 22 7 26 14 8 4 6 1

Total.......... Opponents......

31 16 31 16 19 7 28 16 16 8 8 1 13 11 7 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

450 195 408 255 254 136 234 126 192 85 163 58 141 73 116 59 45 4 37 17 2 0 0 0

14.5 12.2 13.2 15.9 8.2 8.5 7.5 7.9 6.9 6.5 5.3 3.6 4.5 4.6 3.9 3.7 2.0 0.6 1.4 1.2 0.3 0.0 0 0.0

139 58 132 83 82 44 94 48 75 30 57 21 46 23 27 12 16 1 12 6 1 0 0 0

387 197 339 198 282 135 196 100 176 78 151 74 120 56 92 43 40 4 29 18 1 0 7 0

.359 .294 .389 .419 .291 .326 .480 .480 .426 .385 .377 .284 .383 .411 .293 .279 .400 .250 .414 .333 1.000 .000 .000 .000

100 40 67 38 36 19 1 1 5 1 8 4 38 19 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

387 139 204 106 153 74 8 4 28 10 28 16 101 46 48 20 0 0 2 2 0 0 6 0

.357 .288 .328 .358 .235 .257 .125 .250 .179 .100 .286 .250 .376 .413 .167 .100 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

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2042 65.9

681

1820

.374

263

858

31

1977

733

1800

.407

130

424

63.8

72 39 77 51 54 29 45 29 37 24 41 12 11 8 54 33 13 2 13 5 0 0 0 0

96 53 107 69 76 42 81 46 61 33 63 23 14 10 69 40 20 3 17 7 2 2 0 0

.750 .288 .720 .739 .711 .690 .556 .630 .607 .727 .651 .522 .786 .800 .783 .825 .650 .666 .765 .714 .000 .000 .000 .000

.307 417

606

.307

574

381

34 21 52 32 21 10 72 39 78 38 29 12 28 17 16 7 18 2 7 5 1 1 0 0

56 31 77 41 73 52 85 47 58 34 64 32 34 20 54 26 19 7 15 7 11 6 1 0

0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.688 411 765 1176 37.9

547

2

350 564

51

285 6225

.664

587

-

384

146

254 6224

426

44 23 93 49 80 42 95 49 136 69 89 34 55 24 67 26 19 4 20 10 4 2 0 0

837

78 44 145 81 101 52 167 88 214 107 114 46 83 41 83 33 37 6 27 15 5 3 0 0

1263

2.5 2.8 4.7 5.1 3.3 3.3 5.4 5.5 7.6 8.2 3.7 32 2.7 2.9 2.8 2.1 1.7 0.9 1.0 1.1 0.6 0.8 0.0 0

40.7

63 30 68 38 98 30 11 6 42 17 18 10 17 8 38 13 3 0 5 2 0 0 0 0

84 29 91 42 2 43 59 30 71 36 51 30 22 8 55 26 12 3 14 3 1 1 0 0

611

12 9 3 1 2 2 14 5 5 1 3 1 1 6 4 0 6 1 1 7 0 0 0 0

47 20 32 24 53 27 32 14 40 18 21 11 15 0 27 6 7 1 11 0 0 1 0 0

1125 1013 777 727 664 572 470 420 217 184 31 0 0

36.3 36.7 32.7 34.6 25.1 24.4 23.5 26.3 23.7 25.0 2.0 18.5 15.2 16.1 14.0 14.1 9.9 5.9 7.1 7.5 3.9 4.1 0.0 0.0

2009-10 GAME HIGHS TEAM POINTS..................... 95 BLUEFIELD COLLEGE (11/24/09) 90 UNC ASHEVILLE (02/06/10) 90 BETHUNE-COOKMAN (12/18/09) 90 LIMESTONE COLLEGE (11/13/09) 87 SCSTATE (11/28/09) FIELD GOALS MADE.......... 35 LIMESTONE COLLEGE (11/13/09) 34 SCSTATE (11/28/09) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS........ 72 UTSA (11/20/09) 71 at North Carolina (11/29/09) 71 LIMESTONE COLLEGE (11/13/09) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE..... .586 (34-58) SCSTATE (11/28/09) . 509 (28-55) UNC ASHEVILLE (02/06/10) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE...... 17 at North Carolina (11/29/09) 15 BETHUNE-COOKMAN (12/18/09) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS........... 48 at North Carolina (11/29/09) 42 at Presbyterian College (01/30/10) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE......... .517 (15-29) BETHUNE-COOKMAN (12/18/09) .500 (13-26) SCSTATE (11/28/09) FREE THROWS MADE........... 26 at Coastal Carolina (01-09-10) 24 UNC ASHEVILLE (02/06/10) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS........ 32 UNC ASHEVILLE (02/06/10) 32 RADFORD (01/25/10) 32 BLUEFIELD COLLEGE (11/24/09) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE...... .944 (17-18) HIGH POINT (02/08/10) .900 ( 9-10) at SSUW (1/12/10) REBOUNDS................... 64 BLUEFIELD COLLEGE (11/24/09) 47 at High Point (1-2-10) ASSISTS.................... 25 BETHUNE-COOKMAN (12/18/09) 22 BLUEFIELD COLLEGE (11/24/09) STEALS..................... WINGATE UNIVERSITY (01/18/10) 19 16 PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE (03/05/10) 16 at Presbyterian College (01/30/10) 16 LIMESTONE COLLEGE (11/13/09) BLOCKED SHOTS.............. 10 SSUW (12/22/09) 4 at Coastal Carolina (01-09-10) TURNOVERS.................. 27 at Clemson (12/6/09) 27 at North Carolina (11/29/09) FOULS...................... 28 at Coastal Carolina (01-09-10) 23 LIBERTY (01/23/10) 23 at SSUW (1/12/10) 23 BLUEFIELD COLLEGE (11/24/09)

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INDIVIDUAL WASMER, Kelsey at RADFORD (2/20/10) Points....................... 33 TULL, Katie vs Bethune-Cookman (12/18/09) 27 WASMER, Kelsey vs Coastal Carolina (02/13/10) 26 TULL, Katie vs High Point (02/08/10) 25 TULL, Katie vs Wingate University (01/18/10) 25 Field Goals Made..........12 WASMER, Kelsey at RADFORD (2/20/10) WASMER, Kelsey vs Coastal Carolina (02/13/10) 9 9 RUSH, LeChell vs Wingate University (01/18/10) 9 SCHWAGMEYER, Ali vs Bethune-Cookman (12/18/09) Field Goal Att........... 21 WASMER, Kelsey at WINTHROP (2-1-10) TULL, Katie vs Gardner-Webb (01/16/10) 20 20 TULL, Katie at Coastal Carolina (01-09-10) FG Pct (min 5 made)... .875 ( 7-8 ) RUSH, LeChell vs SCState (11/28/09) .833 ( 5-6 ) ALSTON, Lakeitha vs Mercer (11/21/09) 3-Point FG Made........... 7 TULL, Katie vs Bethune-Cookman (12/18/09) TULL, Katie at North Carolina (11/29/09) 6 3-Point FG Att.............. 16 TULL, Katie at North Carolina (11/29/09) 15 TULL, Katie at Presbyterian College (01/30/10) TULL, Katie at Coastal Carolina (01-09-10) 15 15 TULL, Katie vs Mercer (11/21/09) 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made)..... 1.000 ( 2-2 ) TERRY, Helen vs Coastal Carolina (02/13/10) 1.000 ( 2-2 ) DECARVALHO, Tina at UNC Asheville (1-4-10) Free Throws Made.........10 JONES, Shay vs UNC Asheville (02/06/10) 10 TERRY, Helen vs Bluefield College (11/24/09) Free Throw Att............. 14 TERRY, Helen vs Bluefield College (11/24/09) 13 WASMER, Kelsey vs WINTHROP (03/08/10) FT Pct (min 3 made)..... 1.000 ( 7-7 ) WASMER, Kelsey vs RADFORD (01/25/10) 1.000 ( 7-7 ) JONES, Shay at Coastal Carolina (01-09-10) Rebounds................... 15 SCHWAGMEYER, Ali vs UNC Asheville (02/06/10) 13 SCHWAGMEYER, Ali vs WINTHROP (03/08/10) Assists...................... 8 TERRY, Helen vs Bethune-Cookman (12/18/09) 8 TERRY, Helen vs Limestone College (11/13/09) Steals....................... 6 TERRY, Helen at North Carolina (11/29/09) TULL, Katie vs Wingate University (01/18/10) 5 TULL, Katie vs SSUW (12/22/09) 5 Blocked Shots.............. 4 RUSH, LeChell vs SSUW (12/22/09) 2 TULL, Katie vs Presbyterian College (03/05/10) Turnovers................ 7 SCHWAGMEYER, Ali at UNC Greensboro (12/1/09) 7 TERRY, Helen at North Carolina (11/29/09) 7 TERRY, Helen vs Mercer (11/21/09) Fouls........................ 5 WASMER, Kelsey at LIBERTY (02-22-10) 5 WASMER, Kelsey at Coastal Carolina (01-09-10)

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HISTORY AND RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS POINTS SCORED Game: 38, Crystal Carpenter (11/17/98 v. NC A&T) Season: 526, Cathy Coker (1987-88) Career: 1,750, Chrissy Kelly (1992-96) SCORING AVERAGE Season: 20.0, Teresa Norman (1989-90) Career: 17.9, Crystal Carpenter (1997-99) FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 13, Pam Tolbert (11/16/07 v. USC Upstate) Season: 212, Keena Wicker (2006-07) Career: 624, Cathy Coker (1984-88) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Game: 29, Wilamena Gibson (1/13/81 @ C of C) Season: 451, Chrissy Kelly (1994-95) Career: 1,501, Pam Tolbert (2005-09) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 attempts per season and 200 attempts career) Game: .875 (7-8), LeChell Rush (11/28/09) Season: .632, Jennifer Shevenock (84-133, 1997-98) Career: .557 (262-470), Jennifer Shevenock (1996-00) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 8, Joy Galloway (1/23/89 @ Campbell) Season: 100, Katie Tull (2009-10) Career: 223, Pam Tolbert (2005-09) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 16, Katie Tull (11/29/09 @ North Carolina) Season: 280, Katie Tull (2009-10) Career: 710, Pam Tolbert (2005-09) 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att./ season and 25 att./career) Game: 1.000 (4-4), twice (last by Tamara Ruzic, 1/2/03) Season: .508 (65-128), Joy Galloway (1988-89) Career: .506 (84-166), Joy Galloway (1985-89) FREE THROWS MADE Game: 17, Katie Laure (11/20/01 v. Savannah St.) Season: 185, Chrissy Kelly (1995-96) Career: 593, Chrissy Kelly (1992-96) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 20, Katie Laure (11/20/01 v. Savannah St.) Season: 224, Chrissy Kelly (1994-95) Career: 728, Chrissy Kelly (1992-96) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 (16-16), Chrissy Kelly UMBC (1/16/93) Season: .901 (82-91), Tracey DeLong (1995-96) Career: .875 (119-136), Tracey DeLong (1994-96) REBOUNDS Game: 23, Priscilla Hinson (2/11/84) Season: 380, Wilamena Gibson (1980-81) Career: 1,105, Kate Sanford (1996-00) REBOUNDING AVERAGE Season: 14.1, Priscilla Hinson (1983-84) Career: 12.5, Brenda Dubose (1981-82) ASSISTS Game: Season: Career:

18, Yolanda Brown vs. UNC Asheville (2/12/86) 161, Joy Taylor (1997-98) 504, by Chrissy Kelly (1992-96)

GAMES PLAYED Season: 31, six players from 2009-10 team Career: 116, Jennifer Steadman (1992-97) BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 5, Shaunte Small, five times (most recently 1/30/07) Season: 61, Shaunte Small, 2005-06 Career: 175, Shaunte Small, 2004-08 STEALS Game: Season: Career:

16, Cathy Coker (12/2/85 @ Methodist) 90, Yolanda Brown (1987-88) 280, Yolanda Brown (1985-89)

CAREER SCORING LEADERS

Player Chrissy Kelly Pam Tolbert Cathy Coker Keena Wicker Kate Sanford Joy Taylor Yolanda Brown Jennifer Steadman Joy Galloway Bryanna Owen Mareรก Daniels Crystal Carpenter Priscilla Hinson Katie Tull

Years 1992-96 2005-09 1984-88 2002-07 1996-99 1996-00 1985-89 1992-97 1985-89 1990-94 1999-03 1998-99 1983-87 2007-

Pts. 1,750 1,598 1,507 1,295 1,286 1,265 1,187 1,160 1,133 1,079 1,049 1,005 992 962

Avg. 15.9 13.5 16.6 12.1 11.8 11.5 11.2 10.0 10.7 12.5 9.5 18.0 16.3 11.7

CAREER REBOUNDING LEADERS

Player Kate Sanford Jennifer Steadman Priscilla Hinson Keena Wicker Jennifer Shevenock Bryanna Owen Cathy Coker Wilamena Gibson Gina White Joy Taylor Erica McCoy Wendy Herbert

Years 1996-00 1992-97 1983-87 2002-07 1996-00 1990-94 1984-88 1980-82 1984-87 1996-00 2002-06 1991-95

Rebs. 1,127 758 698 664 640 616 599 569 556 550 517 506

Avg. 10.3 6.5 11.4 6.2 6.0 6.7 6.6 11.9 7.9 5.0 4.6 4.7

TOP FIVE SEASON SCORING LEADERS

Player Cathy Coker Chrissy Kelly Crystal Carpenter Keena Wicker Pam Tolbert

Season 1987-88 1994-95 1998-99 2006-07 2007-08

Pts. 526 520 512 511 501

Avg. 19.5 18.6 18.3 17.0 16.7

TOP FIVE SEASON REBOUNDING LEADERS

Player Wilamena Gibson Brenda Dubose Kate Sanford Karen Barrow Debra Fulton

Player Crystal Carpenter Cathy Coker Priscilla Hinson Joy Taylor Teresa Normal Crystal Carpenter Pam Tolbert Pam Tolbert Kelsey Wasmer Crystal Carpenter

Season 1980-81 1981-82 1998-99 1982-83 1980-81

Reb. 380 337 323 308 289

Avg. 14.07 12.48 11.50 14.00 12.00

TOP INDIVIDUAL SCORING GAMES

Game Points 11/17/98 v. N.C. A&T 38 1/9/88 v. Radford 36 2/3/86 v. Coastal Carolina 35 1/20/97 v. Radford 34 2/21/90 v. Liberty 33 11/14/98 v. Anderson 33 11/16/07 v. USC Upstate 33 2/16/08 v. Southern Wesleyan 33 2/20/10 v. Radford 33 12/5/98 v. Newberry 32

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HISTORY AND RECORDS 1976-77 (5-13) Head Coach: Teresa Davis CSU Opponent 81 L 43 Anderson 38 Clemson 106 L 55 Coll. of Charleston 100 L 69 Coastal Carolina 52 W 53 Coker 34 W 57 L 55 USC Aiken 58 North Greenville 88 L 56 Furman 80 L 48 Coll. of Charleston 65 L 40 Anderson 74 L 103 L 45 Clemson 57 USC Aiken 49 W 68 Coker 46 W 28 S.C. State 87 L 70 Columbia 62 W 75 L 44 Erskine 27 S.C. State 101 L 37 North Greenville 69 L 1977-78 (7-9) Head Coach: Carol Turner CSU Opponent 39 Columbia 48 L 49 Anderson 57 L 61 Armstong State 42 W 46 W 47 USC Aiken 38 Anderson 60 L 55 USC Aiken 72 L 52 Winthrop 73 L 54 L 46 Coastal Carolina 34 Coll. of Charleston 49 L 37 W 39 Coastal Carolina 51 Columbia 64 L 68 Furman 49 W 38 W 49 Coker 49 Armstrong State 39 W 34 W 46 Coker 42 Coll. of Charleston 66 L 1978-79 (4-16)* Head Coach: Jack Meetze CSU Opponent 63 Western Carolina 73 L UNC Asheville Columbia 91 Winthrop 73 W 53 W 61 Coastal Carolina 46 Coll. of Charleston 36 L 54 Lander 60 L 66 Western Carolina 98 L 61 USC Aiken 71 L 86 L 33 S.C. State 66 Newberry 64 W 55 Armstrong State 71 L 65 L 59 UNC Wilmington 51 S.C. State 92 L 67 L 61 Coastal Carolina USC Aiken 62 Lander 69 Newberry 56 Armstrong State 86 L 48 Coll. of Charleston 92 L *Records incomplete 1979-80 (2-24) Head Coach: Amelia Martin CSU Opponent 51 Newberry 61 L 59 Western Carolina 108 L 87 L 39 Winthrop 53 Coastal Carolina 79 L 50 USC Spartanburg 70 L 63 USC Aiken 83 L 50 Coker 58 L 45 USC Aiken 81 L 49 USC Spartanburg 70 L 55 Western Carolina 91 L 75 L 56 Lander 56 Spartanburg Meth. 55 W 58 Coastal Carolina 70 L 69 Furman 76 L 62 Benedict 82 L 58 Spartanburg Meth. 46 W 47 Francis Marion 94 L 50 Campbell 90 L 49 S.C. State 99 L 44 Coll. of Charleston 96 L 55 Armstrong 82 L 50 Lander 84 L 57 Newberry 63 L 56 Armstrong 86 L 56 Benedict 78 L 30 Coll. of Charleston 122 L

1980-81 (8-18) Head Coach: Amelia Martin CSU Opponent 71 Coastal Carolina 48 W 57 Newberry 45 W 74 Coll. of Charleston 81 L 50 USC Aiken 65 L 54 Presbyterian 43 W 65 Coastal Carolina 54 W

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 57 39 39 80 48 55 57 49 59 63 63 50 48 46 61 63 69 49 40 39

Wake Forest Benedict Lander Winthrop Francis Marion Furman Coker S.C. State UNC Wilmington Francis Marion North Greenville Benedict Coll. of Charleston Lander Newberry Western Carolina Armstrong State USC Aiken UNC Wilmington Coll. of Charleston

74 53 85 91 98 50 45 85 78 69 57 66 86 52 62 85 57 86 77 84

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1981-82 (3-22) Head Coach: Amelia Martin CSU Opponent 46 UNC Wilmington 80 L 68 Winthrop 71 L 52 Georgia Southern 93 L 55 USC Aiken 70 L 86 L 36 North Greenville 46 Coll. of Charleston 74 L 63 Pembroke 80 L 55 USC Aiken 76 L 64 W 66 Coastal Carolina 61 Georgia Southern 93 L 55 Spartanburg Meth. 58 L 55 Newberry 50 W 59 North Greenville 72 L 60 Coll. of Charleston 82 L 54 Furman 63 L 64 Spartanburg Meth. 82 L 66 L 64 Lander 52 UNC Wilmington 71 L 65 L 53 Armstrong State 79 Coastal Carolina 85 L 51 W 72 Newberry 56 Wake Forest 71 L 61 Armstrong State 68 L 97 L 70 Francis Marion 56 Francis Marion 107 L 1982-83 (0-21) Head Coach: Amelia Martin CSU Opponent 45 Wake Forest 101 L 54 L 51 Rollings 43 USC Aiken 67 L 54 Wake Forest 84 L 86 L 37 Duke 54 Spartanburg Meth. 69 L 67 L 59 USC Aiken 51 Winthrop 57 L 53 Coastal Carolina 68 L 69 L 60 Furman 62 USC Spartanburg 80 L 65 L 62 Newberry 64 Spartanburg Meth. 75 L 47 Winthrop 88 L 64 Coll. of Charleston 91 L 53 Coker 59 L 62 L 40 Coastal Carolina 57 Lander 71 L 65 Newberry 73 L 59 L 44 Coker 49 Francis Marion 79 L 1983-84 (2-15) Head Coach: Brett Maddox CSU Opponent 62 Coll. of Charleston 87 L 76 Coker 74 W 54 USC Spartanburg 77 L 50 Spartanburg Meth. 63 L 61 Francis Marion 74 L 52 Coastal Carolina 59 L 59 Newberry 76 L 60 Winthrop 90 L 57 USC Aiken 67 L 58 Furman 80 L 55 Winthrop 104 L 46 Coll. of Charleston 83 L 43 Wofford 54 L 44 Francis Marion 104 L 60 Coker 41 W 49 Coastal Carolina 55 L 72 Spartanburg Meth. 81 L 1984-85 (8-13) Head Coach: Cliff Jones CSU Opponent 87 Voorhees 65 W 65 Coastal Carolina 73 L 74 Francis Marion 82 L 52 USC Spartanburg 63 L 77 Coker 51 W 56 UNC Asheville 71 L 73 USC Spartanburg 61 W 61 Coastal Carolina 66 L 47 Newberry 65 L 48 Coll. of Charleston 77 L 74 Wofford 81 L

58 48 60 90 46 60 96 72 65 69

Lander Coll. of Charleston USC Aiken Lander Francis Marion Voorhees Wofford Methodist Coker Columbia College

74 84 67 82 101 55 89 68 56 76

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1985-86 (12-13) Head Coach: Steve Taylor CSU Opponent 74 Presbyterian 64 W 101Methodist 58 W 91 Coker 79 W 59 Coll. of Charleston 81 L 97 L 53 UNC Wilmington 68 Furman 78 L 94 Judson 43 W 94 USC Aiken 46 W 82 Winthrop 71 W 59 USC Spartanburg 70 L 64 Coll. of Charleston 81 W^ 83 USC Spartanburg 80 W 54 UNC Wilmington 82 W 74 Newberry 84 L 106 L 68 Wake Forest 66 Paine 80 L 67 Winthrop 96 L 73 Columbia 84 L 82 W 83 Coastal 77 Coastal Carolina 90 L 68 W 76 UNC Asheville 71 UNC Asheville 72 L 61 Furman 60 W 74 L 72 Newberry 57 Paine 113 L ^ win due to ineligible player 1986-87 (6-20) Head Coach: Steve Taylor Opponent CSU 71 W 78 Mercer 75 Berry 82 L 76 UNC Wilmington 81 L 82 Bethune-Cookman 62 W 53 Clemson 103 L 71 L 49 Radford 83 Mercer 109 L 65 Coll. of Charleston 80 L 80 W 91 Winthrop 60 Augusta 62 L 61 W 64 Coastal Carolina 61 Campbell 106 L 65 UNC Asheville 87 L 70 W 81 Coastal Carolina 49 Augusta 83 L 56 Georgia Southern 89 L 76 Furman 77 L 68 Coll. of Charleston 85 L 76 L 74 Furman 60 Campbell 79 L 96 L 57 UNC Wilmington 61 Radford 86 L 71 UNC Asheville 59 W 66 L 56 Winthrop 73 Georgia Southern 83 L 84 L 74 Augusta 1987-88 (8-19) Head Coach: Carol Meegan CSU Opponent 79 Columbia 65 W 61 Furman 75 L 68 Mercer 62 W 44 UNC Wilmington 99 L 63 Manhattan 66 L 82 Radford 111 L 72 L 70 UNC Asheville 76 Mercer 73 W 75 Campbell 91 L 91 Coastal Carolina 95 L 96 Furman 91 W 75 Winthrop 73 W 77 Florida 85 L 76 S.C. State 87 L 85 UNC Wilmington 113 L 57 Augusta 69 L 61 Coll. of Charleston 92 L 68 Coll. of Charleston 81 L 92 Coastal Carolina 82 W 76 UNC Asheville 85 L 72 Campbell 81 L 64 Winthrop 68 L 75 Radford 98 L 84 Augusta 79 W 98 S.C. State 111 L 69 Augusta 61 W 80 Campbell 93 L 1988-89 (2-27) Head Coach: Jody Gilden CSU Opponent 67 Central Florida 98 L 72 Georgetown 110 L 71 Coll. of Charleston 104 L 70 Furman 92 L 67 Georgia State 102 L

78 61 68 49 61 72 67 72 62 78 68 59 60 81 71 70 47 64 69 68 81 55 2 65

Mercer Winthrop East Tennessee St. Radford Georgia Southern UNC Wilmington Presbyterian Coll. of Charleston Georgia State Augusta Campbell Winthrop Furman UNC Asheville Coastal Carolina Augusta Radford Campbell Georgia Southern UNC Asheville Coastal Carolina UNC Wilmington Augusta (forfeit) Campbell

118 78 99 100 105 82 78 75 93 79 87 75 82 82 73 80 95 69 94 99 74 90 0 89

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1989-90 (1-27) Head Coach: John Jacumin CSU Opponent 98 L 69 Mercer 47 UNC Wilmington 102 L 49 S.C. State 78 L 58 North Carolina 102 L 76 L 50 Coppin State 66 Furman 116 L 68 L 53 Presbyterian 59 Winthrop 77 L 65 UNC Greensboro 90 L 67 Coll. of Charleston 98 L 58 Georgia Southern 89 L 91 L 78 UNC Asheville 77 L 39 Augusta 62 S.C. State 71 L 83 L 68 Campbell 62 Coastal Carolina 82 L 80 L 60 Radford 62 Coll. of Charleston 99 L 64 Campbell 78 L 92 L 52 Augusta 47 UNC Asheville 93 L 83 L 49 UNC Wilmington 79 Liberty 91 L 72 Coastal Carolina 68 W 66 L 23 Radford 78 Liberty 89 L 76 L 60 Winthrop 63 Campbell 84 L 1990-91 (0-28)* Head Coach: John Jacumin CSU Opponent 58 Florida Southern 92 L 50 S.C. State 65 L 91 L 68 Liberty 53 Shawnee State 79 L 77 L 41 North Carolina 55 Appalachian St. 92 L 35 UNC Charlotte 95 L 82 L 47 Campbell 59 Furman 125 L 68 L 58 UNC Asheville 37 Liberty 97 L 49 Coll. of Charleston 70 L 90 L 64 Augusta 54 Campbell 97 L 36 Coll. of Charleston 90 L 58 UNC Wilmington 90 L 73 Augusta 92 L 49 South Florida 103 L 65 UNC Asheville 82 L 63 Coastal Carolina 93 L 82 L 45 Radford *Records incomplete 1991-92 (2-26)* Head Coach: Jack Jordan CSU Opponent 36 UNC Charlotte 72 L 48 Clemson 113 L 65 UNC Greensboro 91 L 26 South Carolina 86 L 44 Georgia Southern 106 L 36 North Carolina 96 L 51 Towson State 78 L 56 Navy 77 L 77 UNC Asheville 70 W 61 Radford 70 L 51 S.C. State 67 L 66 Winthrop 69 L 39 Liberty 80 L 51 Coll. of Charleston 79 L 45 Furman 88 L 55 Appalachian State 89 L 64 Winthrop 60 W 56 UNC Greensboro 73 L 53 UNC Asheville 65 L 41 Radford 76 L 51 Campbell 73 L 57 UNC Wilmington 89 L 56 Coastal Carolina 77 L 47 Liberty 74 L

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75 84 71 76

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1992-93 (10-18)* Head Coach: Jack Jordan CSU Opponent 41 North Carolina 80 L 49 Coll. of Charleston 69 L 49 Georgia Southern 77 L 43 South Carolina 75 L 70 W 84 UNC Wilmington 63 Weber State 45 W 76 Radford 69 W 50 Liberty 57 L 89 UMBC 91 L 68 L 42 Towson State 58 Winthrop 50 W 56 UMBC 65 L 54 Towson State 48 W 52 Liberty 77 L 67 L 57 Radford 63 Coastal Carolina 76 L 64 UNC Asheville 61 W 45 Campbell 54 L 44 Davidson 57 L 45 W 49 UNC Asheville 70 Coker 56 W 58 Coll. of Charleston 60 L 58 Campbell 74 L 83 L 59 UNC Greensboro 55 UNC Greensboro 58 L *Records incomplete 1993-94 (5-22) Head Coach: Fred Francello CSU Opponent 84 L 83 Coker 92 L 88 Navy 84 Weber State 58 W 86 L 75 Radford 69 Liberty 66 W 92 L 58 William & Mary 66 Towson State 90 L 68 UMBC 82 L 64 L 62 Coastal Carolina 58 Winthrop 53 W 93 L 77 UNC Asheville 59 Coll. of Charleston 78 L 72 Davidson 65 L 72 L 65 Campbell 70 UNC Greensboro 76 L 88 L 78 Radford 62 Liberty 65 L 67 Coll. of Charleston 80 L 83 L 54 Towson State 51 UMBC 64 L 56 W 59 Winthrop 70 UNC Asheville 66 W 62 UNC Wilmington 83 L 83 L 79 Coastal Carolina 79 Campbell 112 L 84 L 55 UNC Greensboro 57 UNC Asheville 74 L 1994-95 (8-20) Head Coach: Fred Francello CSU Opponent 50 Mississippi State 70 L 83 Long Island 89 L 77 L 50 Clemson 53 Liberty 55 L 57 Duke 101 L 59 Marist 48 W 57 Davidson 77 L 70 UNC Asheville 74 L 71 Winthrop 62 W 49 UMBC 55 L 53 L 51 Towson State 58 Furman 85 L 47 Radford 84 L 67 Coll. of Charleston 52 W 70 UNC Greensboro 74 L 69 Coastal Carolina 66 W 70 Winthrop 57 W 53 Coll. of Charleston 60 L 50 UMBC 43 W 59 Towson State 74 L 50 Radford 78 L 47 Liberty 61 L 33 Georgia 91 L 69 UNC Greensboro 77 L 64 Coastal Carolina 71 L 66 UNC Asheville 64 W 69 Winthrop 50 W 70 UNC Greensboro 78 L 1995-96 (11-17) Head Coach: Fred Francello CSU Opponent 42 LSU 90 L 53 Alcorn State 60 L 80 Coll. of Charleston 63 W 54 Georgetown 73 L 45 N.C. State 98 L 58 Furman 74 L 74 UT Martin 70 W 61 Navy 82 L


HISTORY AND RECORDS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 83 71 66 62 69 52 65 70 62 73 62 66 51 72 84 71 78 67 60 75

Hampton Wofford Coll. of Charleston Winthrop Newberry UMBC Liberty Radford Coastal Carolina UNC Greensboro Winthrop UMBC Coastal Carolina Liberty Radford UNC Greensboro UNC Asheville UNC Asheville UMBC Radford

82 64 80 80 60 60 64 79 56 75 63 72 67 63 81 90 73 79 55 93

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1996-97 (12-14) Head Coach: Fred Francello CSU Opponent 44 Armstrong State 67 L 75 S.C. State 59 W 42 Auburn 81 L 68 Alabama State 32 W 59 L 55 Belmont 73 Wofford 54 W 72 Winthrop 69 W 61 UMBC 55 W 79 W 83 Newberry 73 Liberty 69 W 73 W 76 Radford 68 Coastal Carolina 50 W 64 UNC Greensboro 91 L 74 L 60 UMBC 69 UNC Asheville 66 W 49 Coll. of Charleston 58 L 47 W 59 UMBC 80 Coastal Carolina 59 W 66 L 48 Liberty 76 Radford 93 L 67 L 55 UNC Asheville 61 UNC Greensboro 69 L 66 Georgia State 74 L 92 L 74 Furman 57 Coll. of Charleston 71 L 77 L 57 Radford 1997-98 (12-16) Head Coach: Fred Francello CSU Opponent 90 Montreat College 42 W 59 N.C. State 105 L 62 High Point 78 L 65 Bethune-Cookman 56 W 64 Georgia Tech 87 L 72 L 60 Towson 53 Coll. of Charleston 73 L 51 Florida State 72 L 97 L 61 Georgia 94 Davis & Elkins 57 W 77 L 68 Coastal Carolina 72 Coll. of Charleston 52 W 67 UNC Asheville 57 W 44 W 72 UMBC 72 Furman 78 L 67 L 56 Liberty 68 Radford 81 L 58 Winthrop 57 W 63 W 75 UNC Asheville 76 Newberry 48 W 63 Coastal Carolina 72 L 78 Winthrop 72 W 65 Radford 82 L 65 Liberty 78 L 79 S.C. State 71 W 52 UMBC 71 L 51 W 57 UMBC 54 Liberty 64 L 1998-99 (18-10) Head Coach: Fred Francello CSU Opponent 95 Anderson 54 W 84 North Carolina A&T 65 W 67 Coll. of Charleston 60 W 83 S.C. State 63 W 57 UT Martin 85 L 71 Florida A&M 68 W 86 Benedict 49 W 75 Newberry 45 W 91 Davis & Elkins 53 W 69 Coll. of Charleston 52 W 66 High Point 68 L 76 Elon 64 W 64 Radford 71 L 66 Liberty 60 W 61 Bethune-Cookman 48 W 73 Winthrop 63 W 56 UNC Asheville 58 L 65 Coastal Carolina 55 W 75 High Point 50 W 47 Liberty 54 L 66 Radford 69 L 86 UNC Asheville 43 W 58 Winthrop 66 L

74 79 52 72 55

South Carolina Elon Coastal Carolina Winthrop Liberty

78 L 67 W 70 L 61 W 70 L

1999-00 (9-19) Head Coach: Fred Francello CSU Opponent 46 UT Chattanooga 69 L 54 Army 56 L 52 Mercer 58 L 75 Ball State 85 L 45 W 71 Jacksonville 89 Southern Virginia 35 W 87 USC Aiken 61 W 65 Georgia Tech 103 L 31 Auburn 79 L 46 W 69 Erskine 38 South Carolina 73 L 60 Elon 63 L 56 UNC Asheville 63 L 54 High Point 63 L 54 W 59 Elon 64 Radford 70 L 65 Liberty 67 L 68 Coastal Carolina 78 L 56 Winthrop 45 W 70 L 52 Liberty 50 Radford 66 L 70 High Point 55 W 63 North Carolina A&T 71 L 49 W 66 Winthrop 61 UNC Asheville 63 L 54 L 35 Coastal Carolina 75 Radford 52 W 62 Coastal Carolina 73 L 2000-01 (15-14) Head Coach: Fred Francello Opponent CSU 91 Southern Virginia 30 W 76 Bowling Green 80 L 74 L 65 IUPUI 58 Mercer 41 W 65 East Carolina 92 L 79 L 51 Hofstra 85 Erskine 46 W 64 Jacksonville State 48 W 56 Livingstone 71 L 94 Morehead State 92 W 64 Eastern Kentucky 81 L 79 N. Carolina A&T 64 W 65 L 50 Liberty 69 Radford 62 W 63 High Point 55 W 73 W 76 Elon 70 UNC Asheville 80 L 66 W 84 Winthrop 73 Coastal Carolina 70 W 65 Georgia Tech 94 L 69 L 59 Elon 73 High Point 69 W 49 W 70 Radford 36 Liberty 57 L 54 Winthrop 61 L 60 W 74 UNC Asheville 70 Coastal Carolina 71 L 60 W 65 Radford 53 Elon 67 L 2001-02 (12-16) Head Coach: Stephanie Yelton CSU Opponent 80 Anderson 46 W 90 Savannah State 32 W 62 Stephen F. Austin 66 L 52 Auburn 67 L 75 Southern Virginia 47 W 99 L 45 N.C. State 86 Georgia Southern 61 W 69 S.C. State 62 W 48 Clemson 68 L 57 Winthrop 44 W 62 Liberty 71 L 59 Radford 58 W 58 Elon 75 L 71 High Point 86 L 47 Birmingham-So. 62 L 74 UNC Asheville 68 W 48 Coastal Carolina 35 W 52 Georgia Southern 79 L 57 Elon 53 W 61 High Point 63 L 50 Radford 53 L 62 Liberty 76 L 42 Birmingham-So. 43 L 42 Winthrop 58 L 76 UNC Asheville 60 W 61 Coastal Carolina 64 L 74 High Point 69 W 41 Liberty 54 L 2002-03 (13-15) Head Coach: Stephanie Yelton CSU Opponent 58 Coll. of Charleston 46 W 52 Georgia Southern 87 L

64 Furman 84 59 Jacksonville 54 79 Savannah State 48 51 88 Voorhees 38 Duke 106 107Oglethorpe 51 49 North Carolina 84 52 Liberty 83 59 61 Radford 57 Stetson 56 45 Elon 51 91 High Point 54 75 UNC Asheville 57 49 62 Winthrop 66 Coastal Carolina 50 53 Birmingham-So. 58 50 Liberty 69 75 Radford 65 87 73 Elon 56 High Point 75 68 S.C. State 79 63 UNC Asheville 58 69 Winthrop 71 94 84 Birmingham-So. 61 Coastal Carolina 78 72 Coastal Carolina 77 * Indicates missing records

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2006-07 (10-20) Head Coach: Julie Goodenough CSU Opponent 66 Jacksonville 105 L 60 Wofford 86 L 75 L 66 Savannah State 71 Jacksonville 74 L 66 Bethune-Cookman 46 W 58 Coll. of Charleston 53 W 56 Wake Forest 69 L 82 L 61 Charlotte 66 Kennesaw State 56 W 55 Navy 65 L 70 Bryan College 63 W 75 Pfeiffer 68 W 54 W 74 Savannah State 53 Radford 77 L 39 Liberty 72 L 59 Longwood 51 W 75 L 59 Birmingham-So. 55 UNC Asheville 72 L 61 L 37 Coastal Carolina 79 Southern Wesleyan 73 W 65 Winthrop 54 W 64 L 58 High Point 54 Birmingham-So. 74 L 73 W 76 UNC Asheville 41 Radford 72 L 40 Liberty 91 L 71 L 47 Winthrop 51 High Point 63 L 60 L 53 Coastal Carolina 61 Radford 81 L

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2009-10 (17-14) Head Coach: Julie Goodenough CSU Opponent 90 Limestone College 54 W 73 UTSA 75 L 87 L 73 Mercer 95 Bluefield College 55 W 87 SC State 71 W 76 North Carolina 67 L 56 UNC Greensboro 54 W 52 Clemson 104 L 90 Bethune-Cookman 72 W 66 SSUW 51 W 59 Col. Of Charleston 64 L 56 High Point 68 L 50 W 67 UNC Asheville 68 Coastal Carolina 74 L 69 SSUW 36 W 45 Gardner-Webb 45 L 62 Wingate University 59 W 52 Liberty 65 L 67 Radford 61 W 64 Presbyterian College 49 W 48 Winthrop 58 L 90 UNC Asheville 87 W 60 High Point 66 L 72 Coastal Carolina 65 W 84 Radford 78 W 56 Liberty 66 L 54 Gardner-Webb 63 L 53 Presbyterian College 41 W 62 W 66 Winthrop 44 Coastal Carolina 52 W 47 Appalachian State 62 L

2007-08 (8-22) Head Coach: Julie Goodenough CSU Opponent 73 Southern Wesleyan 58 W 64 W 76 Mars Hill 68 USC Upstate 80 L 75 L 53 Campbell 49 Bethune-Cookman 71 L 63 Savannah St. 65 L 55 Coll. of Charleston 53 W 26 South Carolina 72 L 73 L 46 Kennesaw St. 62 Clemson 75 L 55 UNC Charlotte 84 L 64 L 51 Elon 39 Coll. of Charleston 71 L 88 L 56 Miami 56 Furman 71 L 64 Savannah St. 41 W 56 W 81 Presbyterian 53 Liberty 82 L 86 Radford 78 W 66 Winthrop 75 L 74 UNC Asheville 61 W 70 High Point 77 L 66 Coastal Carolina 73 L 53 Winthrop 77 L 59 Radford 91 L 42 Liberty 99 L 82 UNC Asheville 71 W 57 High Point 72 L 45 Coastal Carolina 58 L 41 Winthrop 76 L 2008-09 (12-18) Head Coach: Julie Goodenough CSU Opponent 88 Limestone 76 W 62 Coll. of Charleston 76 L 70 USC Upstate 87 L 93 Coker 54 W 81 Campbell 90 L 69 Arkansas State 88 L 97 North Texas 95 W 43 UNC Charlotte 91 L 92 Southern Wesleyan 71 W 79 Savannah State 57 W 68 Furman 78 L 68 High Point 73 L 66 UNC Asheville 70 L 65 Coastal Carolina 63 W 74 Savannah State 43 W 60 Gardner-Webb 70 L 60 Clemson 85 L 51 Liberty 76 L 67 Radford 76 L 61 Presbyterian 48 W 64 Winthrop 72 L 83 UNC Asheville 87 L 82 High Point 79 W

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harleston Southern is a fully accredited, comprehensive university offering liberal arts and professional curricula, including graduate and undergraduate degrees. The University, founded in 1964, is included on the John Templeton Foundation’s Honor Roll of Character-Building Colleges and was named one of America’s Best Christian Colleges. Affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention, the University’s vision is integrating faith in learning, leading and serving. Charleston Southern has grown from 500 students to more than 3,000 students in its 46 years. Situated on 300 acres, the University is located in the center of the Charleston metropolitan area. Students take advantage of the cultural, historical and recreational opportunities the city offers. Charleston is a city famous for its well-preserved colonial houses, famous gardens and plantations, miles of wide sandy beaches, and major fine arts events, including the Spoleto Festival USA (a kaleidoscope of opera, dance, music, theatre, and visual arts). The University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Students can choose from 38 undergraduate majors and four graduate programs. In addition, our College of Distance and Continuing Education allows students to schedule classes around their busy lifestyles. Each degree program is combined with a comprehensive liberal arts foundation, which is designed to develop problem-solving and communication skills. CSU is widely known as a valuable community leader through its active participation in partnerships with local schools andIntegrating businesses. Faith in Learning, Leading and Serving

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eyond the classroom, students can participate in a variety of campus activities, including academic clubs, service organizations, intramural athletics and campus ministries. CSU’s athletic teams compete in the NCAA Division I Big South Conference. Our athletic programs have produced several nationally recognized professional sports figures, including Charlie Simpkins, 1992 Olympic silver medalist; Maurice Price and Josh Breeden, who signed as free agents in the NFL; Bryant Burch, who signed with the CFL’s Calgary Stampeders; Crystal Carpenter, who signed with the WNBA’s Utah Starzz; R.J. Swindle, who played for the Charleston Riverdogs as a member of the Yankees organization and became the first CSU player to ever pitch in a MLB game, joining the Phillies; Tyler Thornburg, who was taken by the Milwaukee Brewers in the third round of the 2010 MLB draft; and Bobby Parnell, who made it to the Majors with the N.Y. Mets. Charleston Southern University is proud to have sent 11 different teams to NCAA competition over the past eight years. The women’s golf team is the most recent to represent the University in NCAA postseason play, winning the conference championship in 2010, while men’s tennis is historically the most consistent, having competed in four NCAA tournaments since 1999. In 2008, CSU sent 12 track athletes to the NCAA Regional meet, and were also represented at the 2010 NCAA Indoor National Championships. The University fields teams in basketball, women’s soccer, softball, cross country, baseball, track & field, golf, tennis, and volleyball, as well as an NCAA Division-I football program. In it’s history, CSU has captured 28 Big South Conference championships. In 2009-10, CSU placed more than 40 athletes on the all-conference teams with another four athletes earning all-freshman honors.

CSU Fast Facts Status: Private, coeducational Undergraduate Tuition (2009-10): $9,619/Sem. Enrollment (Fall 2009): Undergraduate: 2,787 Graduate: 449 Total: 3,236 In-state/out-of-state Students: 79% in-state/21% out-of-state Faculty (full-time): 126 Academic Majors: 38 undergraduate / 4 graduate Library Holdings: More Than 250,000 volumes Undergrads Receiving Financial Aid: 95% (2009-10) Religious Affiliation: South Carolina Baptist Convention

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harleston is America’s most beautifully preserved architectural and historic treasure, with a rich, 300-year history just waiting to be discovered. Hundreds of significant and lovingly preserved structures from the colonial and antebellum periods grace the historic district’s narrow streets. Church bells toll the hour as history unfolds around each and every corner. In no other place are the past and present more intertwined. The entire Charleston area is a never-ending feast for the senses, with history serving as the main course. Visit Charles Towne Landing, the site where the original settlement was established in 1670. Explore the Charleston Museum, our nation’s first museum, or Patriot’s Point, the world’s largest naval and maritime museum and home of World War II’s Fighting Lady, the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Yorktown. Drive to Fort Moultrie, scene of the first decisive American victory of the American Revolution, and a mainstay of shore defense until 1947. Take a scenic boat tour to Fort Sumter, the manmade island fortress where the Civil War began. World-famous plantations and Top 10 United States gardens offer visitors a fascinating glimpse Cities to Visit into life during the antebellum era. Informative tours of the Charleston area are offered daily and are a must for all who want to truly appreciate this living museum. 1. San Francisco The area’s lush sea islands and sun-drenched beaches offer as much recreation or relaxation as your heart desires. Golf is on a world- 2. Charleston, S.C. class level, with challenging courses reflecting the natural beauty of 3. Santa Fe the South Carolina Lowcountry. Charter fishing on the Gulf stream or inshore waters is readily available. Shopping is one of our vis- 4. New York City tors’ most passionate pursuits. Marvel at native sweetgrass baskets 5. Chicago and handmade crafts found in Charleston’s famous open-air market, or browse through inviting boutiques, art galleries and antique shops 6. Honolulu found throughout the Charleston area. When it comes to dining, your biggest decision may be just what to try next. Every meal is a celebra- 7. Carmel, Calif. tion of tastes, with a variety that ranges from traditional oyster roasts to 8. Savannah fine continental dining. If festivals strike your fancy, you have come to the right place. You will be dazzled by a diverse array of special events. At any time of year, you will always find more to see, do and Source: 2009 Condé Nast Traveler experience than you ever imagined ... in a placein where warm welcomes Integrating Faith Learning, Leading and Serving have been a treasured tradition for over 300 years.


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